Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, March 20, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated March 20, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS BY TELEGUAPK TO THE POUTLAMD DAILV PUESS. -i— Wednesday Morning, March 20, 1867. ' -— XLTH 00NGEESS—FIEST SESSION Washington, March 19. SENATE. A number of House bills were read and ap propriately referred. Mr. Colo introduced a bill to further define the qualifications of members of Congress, w hich provides that no person shall be eligi ble to either House of Congress who has vol untarily borne arms against the United states, while citizens thereof,'or who has voluntarily given aid, countenance, counsel or encourage ment to persons engaged in armed liosti ity thereto, or who inis sought or accepted, or at tempted to exercise the functions of any office whatever, under any authority or pretended authority in hostility to the United States, or who has yielded voluntary support to any pretended Government, authority, power, or Constitution within the United States, hostile or inimical thereto. Referred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr. Trumbull called up tlie House joint reso lution to suspeud further proceedings under the law' lor the payment of slaves enlisted or drafted into the military service. Mr. Davis desired a postponement of the matter until to-morrow or next session, and said this bounty was solemnly pledged to the masters of such slaves in the form of a law, ami he solemnly protested against such action. By consent the bill was postponed until to morrow. Mr. Howard, from the Military Committee, reported without amendment, the bill to regu late the distribution of awards for the capture of Jeff. Davis, and recommended that it pass. Mr. Conners introduced a resolution declar ing that whereas, it has frequently happened that the proceedings of the Senate in execu tive session have been frequently published in the newspapers of the country, to the injury of secrecy thereon, therefore Resolved, that a committee of tl rcc Sena tors be appointed to invest'gat * the matter, with power to send for papers and persons. On the suggestion of Mr. Conklin, the reso lution was ordered to lie over for the present. The {Senate insisted on its amendment to the supplementary reconstruction bill, and agreed to a committee of conference. Messrs. Trumbull, Wilson and Buckalew w ere appoint ed a committee on the part of the Senate. The House resolution to correct an error in the enrollment of the wool tariff bill was taken uj> and passed. Mr. Wilson called up the House bill to fur nish clothing to invalid soldiers. Pafcsed. Mr. Johnson said it had been suggested by bis colleague, Mr. Thomas, since the charges made against him yesterday, to move a refer ence of liis credentials to the Judiciary Com mittee, that a full investigation might be made. The motion was agreed to. The Senate then went into executive session. Alter some time spent in executive session, contrary to reportial expectation, the doors were reopened, and Mr. Trumbull, from the conference committee on the supplemental re construction bill, made a report. They agreed to the Senate proposition that a State Consti tution shall be ratified by a majority of the votes cast, provided that it shall appear that a majority of the registered voters voted on the question of ratification. A clause is added t nat Congress must be satisfied that all the regis tered voters had an opportunity to vote freely and fairly without tear or interruption, anil that the Constitution meets the approval of a majority of the qualified voters. The report was agreed to, and the doors were again clos ed. After the transaction of further executive business the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. Mr. Bingham introduced a resolution to cor rect an error in the enrollment bill ol last ses sion increasing the duty on w ool and woolens. The error was the omission of the words “Can ada long wools” which were on the engrossed bill. Passed. Mr. Julian asked leave to introduce a joint resolution in relation to tlie issue of Agricul tural College scrip, prohibiting any further issue or delivery of such scrip to the States re cently in rebellion, except Tennessee, or the acceptance of such scrip or of any heretofore issued, until tiiose States are fully restored to i their rights as States, by Congress. Mr. Burr objected, and on motion of Mr. Julian, the rules were suspended. 69 to 18, and the resolution passed under the operation of the previous question, 103 to 23. Mi , Judd, on leave, introduced a bill to ex empt woodeu ladders from tax, which was passed. The Speaker reported <1 is agreement of the Senate to the House amendment to the sup plementary reconstruction bill. The House refused to recede, 62 to 67. The House then voted to insist, and asked for a committee of conference wituout division. The Speaker appointed as a committee of conference, Messrs. Wilsoli, ot Iowa, Bout well and Marshall. Mr. Stevens called.up the motion to recon sider the vote by which a bill introduced by him on the 11th of March was referred to the Committee ol' the Whole, being a hill, to con fiscate all public lands hi the late rebellious States, and confiscate and condemn all such property belonging to the bel'rgerent enemy as is deemed coniis&iled by the act oi July 17, 1862. He nroceeded to address the House at length in supported the bill. Alter reading a few passages it became evi dent that Mr. {Stevens was not strong enough to enable his voice to he heard, and. at his re quest, the Clerk of the House read the rest of the speech from the Clerk’s d- sk. The read ing occupied an hour and a quarter. At the conclusion Mr. Clianler obtained the floor, hut yielded it to Mr. Stevens who moved the post Iionement of the lull to the second Tuesday of December, which was agreed to. The House then went into committee of the whole, and took up the Senate hill appropriat ing one in ill ion of dollars to the relief ot the destitution in the South. Mr. Butler proposed to offer a substitute for his substitute offered last week, by providing that the several district commanders under the act of the 2d of March, shall have power ratably, on all persons within their districts owning more tin u 16) acres of land, or who shall have an income of more than $600 per year, such sum or sums as such commander may deem necessary to relieve the destitution ami pauperism of the white people there. The Chairman informed Mr. Butler that be had a right to modify his first substitute by substituting another for it, but Mr. Butler de siring to have both pending, withdrew the lat ter, whereupon Mr. Sclienck ottered it as an amendment to the substitute. Mr. Wood bridge made an eloquent appeal to the committee, in lavor of the bill. A long debate ensued, hut finally, without disposing of the bill, or of the amendments, the committee rose to receive a message from the Senate. The Senate amendment to the bill to furnish clothing to invalid and destitute soldiers was concurred in. The Speaker announced the agreement of the Senate to the report of the conference committee on the supplemental 'reconstruc tion bill, whereupon Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, made a similar report to the House, which, alter a brief discussion, was agreed to, and the hill goes to the President. The House then adjourned. EUllOPE. NEWS It V Tills CAULK. Londoh, March 18. One of the iron-clad ships of the fleet at Woolwich has been sent to Liverpool. Despatches from Constantinople report that the Sublime Porto shows a disposition to grant the demands of the Viceroy of Egypt, It is asserted that France, Austria and Rus sia have made a joint proposition to.tlie Turk ish Government for the cession of Gaudia to Greece. Liverpool, March 18. There has been an unusually small number of arrivals at llritisli ports during the past two or three days, owing to the strung easterly gales which have prevailed. Canmlinu Aliaivs. (jTTEBEO, C. E., March lit. A large body of seamen, belonging to Her Majesty's steamer Aurora, go west immediate ly to equip the gunboats on the lakes and pre pare them for service as early as possible. The Irishmen of ties city celebrated St. Pat rick’s day by a procession and church services. The turnout w as larger than for many years past. Montreal, March ID. The corner stone of St. Patrick’s Hall was laid yesterday oy Fat or O’Doweli. At a meeting in the evening A R. ^vvlin, the Presi dent, in a speech, claim for Ireland the-same liberty and freedom that Canada possesses,—a Legislature of its own, a Government of its own. This granted, he said, and feniaDism would very soon die out. lleitlriicMvc Fires. liRoeKViLLE, C. W., March 19. A Are broke out last uight in tne Carroll House, which jn ten minutes was a mass of flames. The tiro speedily communicated witii Harter’s Exohaugc office, Commercial Hank, and other buildings. About sixty buddings were destroyed.. Loss estimated at\-#t>0,000. Later—The main portion of this town is in ashes. Over one hundred houses have been destroyed. A large number of families have been rendered homeless and destitute,and they are leaving the town by every train in all di rections. _ From Vera Crux— Liberal Victory. Neiv Vobk, March lit. Letters received here state that the work ot fortifying Vera Cruz was lieiug pushed rapidly forward. The artillery id the departing French corps had been shipped, and tlui evacuation would not last more than six days longer. Marshal Hazaine was expected to leave in a day or two on his trip from the interior. The oily of Tucalingo had been recaptured by the Liberals. WuHliingion Corrcspomlcncc. New York, March 19. The Commercial’s special says all of the Southern States are to be excluded by a joint resolution, from receiving agricultural scrip, except Tennessee. The Judiciary Committee will lianlly report in favor of .1 udge Thomas, of Maryland, tak ing a scat in the Senate. Private advices state that Is I nisi all a is likely to acquiesce in the reconstruction bill. KepnbJican Mass Meeting. Hartford, Conn., March 19. A Republican meeting in Alien Hall this evening, was addressed by Hon. J. A. Kassou, oi Iowa, aud Governor-elect Harriinan, of New Hampshire. The ball was crowded to overflowing. The speeches were able and elo quent, reviewing tile course ot Congress and the Republican party during the war and since, and contrasting it with that of the Dem ocratic party, washStok Union Sentiments in Ar kansas. (ONFIRitlATIONN. Removal of Indian Tribes to the Reservations. . „ „ WA8HNOTON, March 19. A dispatch from Selina, Arl;.. states that the largest meeting ever witnessed in that city took place yesterday. Resolutions were unanimous ! v adopted strongly expressive of Union senti ments and recoguizing the right of Congress to prescribe the terms of reconstruction and read mission of the several States into the Union, and, therefore, urging that the people oi Alabama should forthwith accept the benefi cent terms of reconstruction. The clerks in the Third Auditor’s office in the Treasury Department start d a subscription ♦or the benefit of the suffering poor of the Southern States, anil over seventy dollars have been collected since Saturday forenoon.— Among the names of the contributors are some of the most thorough going radicals in that office. A number ot clergymen are making ar rangements for holding a fair for* the tame charitable purpose. Although the new Capital police will con sist ot only thirty meu, 300 have already ap plied for the places, some ot whom have served as Brigadier Generals. i ne oenate naacounrmed tne lonuwiug .. inatiuns:—As Secretaries ofLegation, Wych lnau Hodman, of Louisiana, at Paris; John \V. D’x, of N. /., Assistant Secretary at Paris; H. M. Brent, Secretary at Lima, and J. A. Gross, Secretary at li'o de Janeiro; W. V. Lander, Postmaster at Salem, Mass.; Frar;' A. Osborn, Naval Officer of Boston av.a Charlestown, and Oliver B. Dorrance, Survey or of Customs at Portland, Me. Congress to-day having passed the supple mentary reconstruction bill, it will be at once st nt to the President. As sodn as definite a - . ion shall have been taken on this bill, Con gress will fix the time for adjournment or re cess. It in the genera! ballet that the Presi dent will return the bill to the House this week. Tlie tenth and last dinner ol the 1 resident this season will take place at the Executive Mansion this evening. Cards of invitation were issued to the new members of Congress ami their ladies not before invited. The new building for the Department of Ag riculture, authorized by tlie late action of Con gress, will be erected in the center reservation No. 2, occupying the space between the Smith sonian Institute and Washington Monument grounds. The extreme dimensions of the building will be 172 by 62 feet, Hon. L. V. Bogg, ex-Commissioner of Indian Affair;, a* special commissioner for negotiating , reaties with the Indian tribes generally, has had preliminary interviews with the Santie and Sioux trib s now at the mouth of the lfiol vara, the interview being to remove them to the reservation lying between tlie Big Sioux oil East aud 15 deg. parallel of latitude, on wliieb they are to remove in time to make a crop this season. He has also had conversa tion with the brutes Mineoicvours, Saasarcs, Blaekfeet, Upper Janctoriars,Uncpapas, Egal lallas aud Lower brutes, and matters were con summated. New York Legislature. Albany, March 19. A committee of conference has been agreed upon by the Senate, upon the bill calling a convention to revise the Constitution. A bill allowing the Central Railroad to increase its fares to two and oue-lialt cents per mile has passed Ma third reading. Relief for the Mouth. St. Louis, March 19.. A resolution was adopted by tlie merchants to-dav, under which a committee of ten prom inent merchants was appointed to solicit money and food for the benefit of the sutler ers in the Southern States. New York Items. New Yoke, March 19. Deputy Collector Albert Hanscoin, in charge of the seizure bureau, uas tendered his resig nation to Collector Sniythe. owing to the ref erence to his bureau by the Congressional in vestigating committee. Strom California. San Francisco, Mar ih 19. The steamer Constitution sailed for Panama to-da.v with $M79,(X1 in treasure, of which $640,050 is for New York. She also takes 6,oU0 barrels dour for New York. THE MARKETS. * Fiaauciul. New York. March 19. Money is in fair demand, which was readily met at 6 " 7 per cent, on stocks and 5 per cent, on Govern ment securities. Prime discounts 7 @ 7$ percent.; other paper dull ana rates irregular. Gold closed ex ceedingly 'lull at 133J @ lg*. Government securities less active and alxjut $ lower. Foreign Exchange ac tive and closed tirm ai 108£ @ 109 for prime bankers. Stocks stead? a. last open board with a general ad vance. Petroleum and Mining stocks generally quiet, but Gregory and Quartz Hill active and lower. - 1 New York Market. New York, March 19. Cotton—quiet and steady; sales 1,800 bales; Mid dling uplands at 32 @ 32$c. Flour—10 (a) 15c higher; State at 9 36 @12 23; Round lioop Ohio li 20 @ 13 00; Western at 9 35 @13 15; Southern at 10 90 @ 1G 75. Wheat—2 @ 3c higher but less active; sales 32 500 bn«h ; Milwaukee c'ub No. 2 at 2 48 @ 2 50. Coru—2 @ 3c nigiier; soles 123,000 bush. Mixed Western at 120 @ 122$. Yellow Southern at 1 20. Oats—unchanged; wiles 39,000 bush.; Western at Ik) a) C7c. Beef—steady. Pork—lower; sales 3250 bols.; new mess at 23 C6; regular old at 22 00 @ 22 50. Lard—steady: sales 1G00 bbls. at 12$ @ 13$c. Whiskey—qyiel. Groceries—generally 'dull. Oils—quiet; Linseed 1 33. Petroleum—tirm ; sales crude at lG$@17c. Retin c<l bonded at 264 @ 27c. Tallow—steady; sales 87,000 B»s at lOf @ ltjc. Freights to Liverpool—unchanged. C’iucinnati Markets. , Cincinnati, March 19. Elour firmer and holders demand an advance, but none was established. Trade brand 11 50 @13 50; Fancy brands 14 06 @ 1G00. Wheat quiet. Corn advanced3@ 4c with a good demand; sales at70@ 71c in elevator, and 80 @ 81c in sacks.. Oats firm at 53' fi 51c. Rye at1 *5 @ 1 42. Barley unchanged.— \N hiftkev at 26c in bond. Mess pork openod with no sellers below 23 00 for city, but closed dull and not salable a( over 22 50. Bulk meats in good demand at 10$c. Bacon at 9$ @ ll$c. Lard higher; sales 2,500 tierces, chiefly country head and gut, at 12$; prime country at 12je: little city to be had be low 13c. Butter firm; sales at 29 @ 33c tor fresh.— Cheese steady at 16$ @ 17c for Western reserve. Ex change firm. Chicago Markets. Chicago, March 19. Flour less aciivc and holders ve*y firm; Fancy brands Ba thn« re 1025 @ 12 75. Wheat firm and ad vanced 3 @ 4c; sales 100.000 bush; No. 1, 2 40 @ 2 41; No. 2, 2 13 ; Winter closed at 211. Com, with a large specula ive inquiry, advareed 5@6c; sales at 93 @ 95 for No. 1, and 82@ 85c lor No. 2. Oats firm and advanced sh e>No.4 ac49; Wfn.erand fresh re ceip s No.2,43$ @ 4Co. R^e s eady and unchanged. Barley firm ar*'. ies** active and advanced l@2c; sates at 81 @87 for No. l.in ftore. Mess pork mac 5ve and nora', ; ' 22 00 2 51. Bulk Meats sternly. Lard steady; t*:i cs TOOOlicrces at 13c for prime suMiii. Receipts-r-5.000bbls. flour, 4,000 centals wheat, 10, 000 centals corn, 2,800 centals oats. 2,000 hogs. Ship men Is—5,000 bbls. fiour, 9,500 centals wheat, 7,800 centals corn. Havana Market. Havana, March 13. Sugars dull; No 12 7$ reals nominal; U. S. curren cy firmer, $30,000 payable at New York. Sold 60 days sight 25 discount. Freights advanced since Unit of week as high ar $11. to load at out po-1. Bark M. E. Corning, chartered from B.-ston or Portland via Sagua, at $8$ for 550 hlids. sugar. Molasses no sales; firmly liekl at 42 @ 5$ is kegs .or clayed; 6 @ 7 rs for Muscovado. Nrw Oilcan* market*. New Orleans,March 19. Cotton—firm; sales to-day 3,200 bales; low Mid d'ingat 29} a) 30c; receipts for three days 9,000 bales; exports during same time 13,000 bales. Sugars dull. M • ilasses dull and unehauged. Exchange on Loudon 11!"“ leij UCi. Exchange on New York i@j|c prem ium. Freights steady; Cotton to Liverpool by steam l}d; by sail y-lG. _*_ _ Man Francisco market. San Francisco, March 19. Flo#r—market dull. Legal tenders 75. Commercial—Per Cable. London, March 18, Evening. Consols closed at 91 for money. American Securities.—The following are the closing prices of American securities: Erie Railway shares 39^. Illinois Central shares 78} ex-div. Unit ed States 5-20’s 74}. Liverpool, March 18, Evening. The activity in the Cotton market is increasing and the market closes firm; sales to-dav 15,000 bales. The following are tho authorized quotations: Middling uplands 13} @ 13j|d; Middling Orleans 13}d. Bread si utt"s—The market is buoyant and firm. Corn ait vanced to 41s Gd for Mixed Western. Provisions— The market is sieady. American Lard at 51s. Pro duce-Ashes at 33s for pots. Linseed oil at £39. Pc i roleuin, refined Pennsylvania and Canada White at Is 7d. Ifcw York Stock market. New York, March 19. Stocks—The market is active. American Gold.134} ll. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1862.109} (j. S. Five-Twenties, coupons,1864.107* U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons. 1865,.107? U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons new issue.107} U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons.97} IJ. S. Seven-Thirties, 1st series.106 U. S. Seven-Thirties,2d series.105} U. S. Seven-Thirties, 3d series.JJJJI New York Central,.*®*L Erie,. 59} Hudson.....*37} @9 Heading,.19 Mlchigan Central..*03 @ 10 Western Union Telegraph,. 41 „ M ichigan Southern.. 77 i Illinois Central,.115} @ f Cleveland & Pittsburg....82} I*o .-tlaud Daily Preaa Stock List. corrected lly wm. h. Wood & son, Stock and Exchange Broker, 178 Fore St.. Portland For the week ending March 19, I8C7. Descriptions. Par Fame. Off, red. Asked Government 6’s, 1881,.109.110 Government 5-20,1862,.109.llo Government 5-20.1864,. Iu7 — los Government 5-20.1865,. F 7..log Government5-20, July,.... *97.10« Government 7-80, Ut sene*,. • • - ;.*M.1<m; Government 7-30, ‘2d and 3d senes,... .10.1.105} Government .. . State of Maine Bonds,. *0'J Portland City Bonds,.9»’.9! Bath City Bonds,.94.95 Bangor City Bonds, 29 years,.94.95 Calais City Bonds,. 94.95 Cumberland National Bank,_40.46.47 Canal National Bank,.100. 105.lfU First National Bank,.loo. 105.106 < a-' o National Bank.100. 105.106 Merchants* National Bank,.75.77.78 National Traders Bank,.loo.104.105 •4-cond National Bank,.100.90.95 Pori land Company,.100.90.95 Portland Gas Company,.50.52.54 O - ,*an Insurance Company,... .100.104.log A». a St. Lawrence R. R.55.60 AC & SI.Lawrence R.R.Bonds,100.t5.S8 1 A. Sc K. K. R. Bonds .. 85. HO : Maine Central R. R. Stock,....160. 15.20 * Maine Central R. R. Bends.80.83 Leeds & Farm’glou R. R. St’k, 100.60.70 I Portlard.A Kvh R. R. Bonds,. 100.85.90 ! Portland & Forest Av’n e R. R., 100.70.80 j Portland Glass Company,.100,,,,.. 95, ,,...100 | Richardson*. wu*ri Co*.100.ft, *,,..W Boston Stock Liiit. Sales at the Brokers* Board, March 19. American Uold. 1344 United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. Umted States 7 3-lOibs, 1st series. JJ*. “ 2d series. }°®» . ** 3d series. JJJJi United States 5-20*; lst5 . . ] * *< Miia’l. 1071 United States Ten-lorttes. Eastern Railroad. 1. ^4 Western Railroad. Ijy Corrected lor the I'.’.epb. to March 19. Aoples. Green 4* b-i. 5 60 @ 6 50 Cookin'? 4* l,u- 1 00 u\ 1 50 Dried V lb... 1« @ 17 Western do. 15 Ashes. Pearl t> lb.none Pot. 8 Beans. Marrow Lu. 3 25 @ 3 75 Pea.3 50 @ 4 00 Blue Pod.3 00 <® 3 50 | Box Snook?. _ I Pine,. CO B read. Pilot 1y 100 lb 12 00 @15 00 Pilot ex loo lb io 5C®12 GO Sinn. 50 toy 10 03 Crackers!*!00 50 @ 55 Butter. ; Family4* lb... SO @ *5, Siore. -0 @ *.5 Candles. I Mould lb. . 1G @ It Sperm. 40 (® 42 Cement. ? brl.2 40 @ 2 50 Cheese. Vermont fc* lb 20 @ 22 Mew York.... 20 (a) 22 Coal—{Retain. Cumberland. 10 Co (r !l(: Lorb’y&Diamond. r _ Lebigii.10 00 @ ‘i Bed Ash.9 50 @10 00 { While Ash. 9 50 @10 00 Coffee. Java$>lb.. .. 37 @ 40 Bio. 26 @ 30 Cooperage, lilid. Sh’ks& Hds, Mol.C'ty...325 @ Sug.Clty.. .2 75 @ 3 00 Sug. C’try. .i 50 @175 C’tryji'itMol. Ubd.Sli us. 200 @ 2 25 mid. li’d’gs, Soft Pine... '.’5 @ Hard P ne.. 30 @ Hoops,(14ft)..'’5 00 icr40 00 B.OakStavesSOOO @55 00 Copper. Cop. Sheath ng 43 @ V.M.Sheathing 32 @ Y. M. Bo'Is... 35 @ Cordage. American |>lb 19$ @ 20 Manila. 22 @ 22; ManilaBoltrope 24 @ 24$ Drugs and D^es. Alcohol gal 400 •w Arrow Boot... 30 @ 70 Bi-Car b Soda 9 @ to Borax. 39 @ Camphor . .. .110 @ Cream Tartar 35 @ 52 Indigo,.150 @ t 85 Logwood ex... ?5 @ LG Madder. 18 @ Naptha #> gal. 35 @ 55 I Opium V lb. 9 75 @ Biiubacb.3 25 @ Sal Soda. 5 @ 5$; SaUpelre. 12 @ 25 ! Sulphur. 6l@ 7$f Vitriol. 18*@ | XJ UOJL. . @ 85 . 49 Ravens. @ 40 Dyowoods. Barwood. 3 @ Brazil Wood.. 15 ig} Camwood_ 9 ® 10 F as tic,. 3 (gj 5 Logwood, Campeachy. 3 @ St. Domingo 2 @ 3 NIc.Wood.... ^ Peach Wood.. 8 (a? Red Wood_ 5 (g> 9 SapanWood.. (gj Fish. Cod, V qt!. Large Snore 6 00 @ 7 00 LargeBank 5 50 (© 6 00 Small.3 50 (a) 1 00 Pollock.3 50 @ 4 25 i Haddock, 2 00 ® 2 75 Hake.2 00 (g} 2 75 I Herring, Shore, ■£> bl.6 00 @ 7 50 Scaled,|*bx. 35 (gj 50 No. 1. 25 (a) 35 Mackerel 49 bl. Bay No. 1.. 18 00(g) 18 75 Bay No. 2 rone Bay No. 3. noje Shore No.l.19 00 @19 5 Shore No.3. none Floor. White Winter choice xx 16 00(g l7 50 xx 14 50 (a) 1G 00 X 13 00(g>14 00 Red Winter xx. 14 50@ 16 00 x. 13 OO^gJ Spring xx - • 14 OOig; 15 ( ) x.. 13 25g) 1 53 Superfine . 10 00 (gjl^ 00 j St. Louis & Southe. i Superior xx 1650(a li 00 Canaia Suparloixx J6 00(&17 50 Michigan & Western Sup r xx .. 15 60@17 O') JTiUlt. Almonds—Jordan p lb. Soil Shell... @ 35 Shelled. @ 40 Pea Nuts.3 50 @ Citron,new... 37 @ 3S Currants. new 18 Dates, new_20 @ Pigs,.new 24 @ 30 Prunes,.. 22 @ 28 Raisins, Buuuh,t>bx4 00 @ 412' Layer.4 15 :a> 4 25* Lew ons, box 5 no @ 5 2” Oranges,pbox 5 00 @ 5 25 Grain. Corn, Mixed.. 1 30 1 35 New Yellow 1 30 @ 1 35 Rye.1 40 ;a> 1 45 Barley.1 10 @ 1 20 Oats. 70 (a) 75 Shorts p ton.32 00 @35 00 Fine Feed. .30 00 @ 38 Oft Middlings... 50 00 @ 55 00 Gunpowder. Blasting.5 50 @ 6 00 Sporting.6 00 @ 7 50 Hay. PressedptoniO 00 @23 00 Loose.12 00 @25 00 Straw_. 12 00 @14 00 Hides and Skfns. Buenos Ayres 29 @ 31 Western..;... 18 @ 19 .Slaughter- 9 @ 10 Calf Skins.... 20 @ Lamb Skins.. t 00 @ 1 50 Iron. Common. 4j@ 5 Refined. 5 @ 5 Swedish. 8 @ Norway. 8‘@ ( Cast Steel.... 26*@ 28 ! German Steel. 17 @ Eng.Blis.Stcel 22 @ Spring Steel.. 11 @ 14 J Slicet Iron, English. 7 @ 7* I R. 0. 81@ 11° ’ Russia. 23 @ 25 Belgian_ 22 @ Lard. Barrel, ip ib.. 14 @ 14.-. Kegs, p lb.... 14 @ L^ad. Sheet & _ >e. 11}® 12 Leather. New York, Light. 2* ® 31 Mid. weight 31 n> 34 Heavy. 32 @ 34 Slaughter.. 43 @ 47 Ain. Cal*_ 1 30 @ 165 Lime. .tocklM,cask 1 40 @> 1 50 Lumber. Clear Piue, Nos. l x 2....no on @65 no No. 3.45 00 (u-50 00 No. 4. 20 00 1025 00 hipping.... 21 00 @24 00 S’truce.,_14 00 @19 o0 ltimeuBion Spruce 20@25 Hemlock-15 00 @18 ,>o Clapboards, SpruceEx..27 00 @30 00 Pine Ex.... none. Shingles, Cedar Ext. .4 50 @ 4 75 Cedar No.l.,3 00 @ 3 25 Shaved Cedar 5 75 “ Pmc 6 75 —aths, Spruce-..3 50 @ 4 00 Pine. 4 60 @ 4 75 Molasses. crto Rico. none J'cni'uegoH.... * none Trinidad. 52 @ 55 Cuba Clayed.. 4fc @ 50 Clayed tart, none Muscovado. 50 @> 53 Nails. Cask. 6 50 @ 6 621 Naval Stores. Tar p brl.. .5 00 @ 5 50 Pitch (C. Tar 13 25 @ Wil. Pitch .. .5 00 @ 6 50 Rosin.7 00 @12 00 Turpentine t* gal. 85 <a) 90 Oakum. Americau.. 101 @ 131 Oil. Kerosene,_ 65 @ Sperm ....... 3 25 @ Whale.1 35 @ 1 45 Bank .30 00 @32 00 Shore.2900 @30 00 Porgie.18 00 @20 Unseed. 1 33 @ Boiled do. @ 1 38 Lard.1 25 @ 1 40 Olive.2 25 @ Castor.2 75 @ 3 00 Neatsfoot ... .1 85 @2 00 Onions. pi V> Kill St# Dl. Z DUv« «J OU Paints. | Portl’d Lead-15 00 @ ' ure Grddo.15 Of to 15 50 *ureDrydo.!5 00 @ Am. Zinc,.. .13 00 @ Hiochelle Yel.. 4 @> lEng.Ven.Red. 4$@ | Red Lead. 14 @ 16 ; Litharge. 14 @ 16 Plaster. \ -Soft, ^ ton... none •Raid.none Ground.0 00 @ 10 00 Produce. Beef, side ^ lb 10 @ 13 Veal. 8 @ 10 Lamb. 10 @ 12 Chickens. 22 @ 25 Turkeys. 23 @ 25 Geese.. 20 @ 22 Eggs, doa.. 22 @ 25 Potatoes,bbl 1 70@2 50 Cranb’s bush none Provisions, ycss Beef, Chicago,.. .20 00 @22 00 Ex Mess. .24 00 @25 00 Pork, ExtraClear @>28 00 Clear.21 00 @26 00 Mess.23 50 @24 50 Prime- 1850 @10 50 Hams....... 15$ @ *16$ Rice. Rice, ^ lb.... 11 @ 12$ i Rum. New England nominal Saieratus. Saleratus>£> lb 12@ 13 Salt. Turk’s Is. hht4.(8uds.)i 50 @5 00 Liverpool.4 25 @ 4 50 Gr’nd Bu« Ler. 30 @ „, Se«ds. Rerdsgras> bu 4 25@4 50 Clover lb.15 @16 Red Top bag 5 50 @ 5 75 Saot. Drop,# 100ms @1150 3 uck. @12 50 Soap. 3xtia St’m Reiincvl 11 Family. 10 No. 1. !*$ Oline. 13 Oiiem Olive. 11 Dane’s. 13 Soda. 13 Spices. Cassia, pure.. 75 @ O’oves. 43 @> 45 Ginger.. 28 @ 30 Mace.1 40 @ Nutmegs.1 25 @ 1 35 Pepper. 23 @ 33 Pimento. SO @ 33 Starch. reari. ii2@ 12$ Sugar. Muscovado... 11 @ 12$ ilav. Brown . 1 <y 14 Hav. White... none I Crushed. 154 @ 154 Granulated... 15* @ 15$ Powdered_ 15$ (a> 15$ Er.gle Ketiuery A @ uone uo do B @ none Teas. Souchong_ 75 @ 90 Oolong. 90 @ 95 Ooloag, choicel 00 @ 1 C5 •Japan,.110 @ 1 25 Tin. Banca, cash.. 35 @ 37 itraits, cash.. 33 (w 35 English. 34 @ 37 Char. I. C.. 13 00 @13 50 Char. 1. X... 16 00 @16 50 Tobacco. Fives* Tens, Best Brands 70 @ 80 Medium- 60 @ 65 Common ... 55 @ 60 ! Bali lbs. best brands. 75 @ 80 Safc’iLeaf, Ibs.l 00 @ 1 25 -\avy lbs. 75 @ 85 Twine. Cotton Sail... @80 -Tiax. @ 75 Varnish. 3amar.2 75 @ 3 75 .furniture—2 25 @ 3 50 Coach...3 00 @ 6 50 Wood. Xaru, retail. 10 50 @11 00 ' 5oft. (a) 7 00 Kii!dling4>l)o.i 30 @ 40 Wool. (Jnwash’d Fleece:2} @ 40 Washed do.40 @ 45 Lamb Skins.. 85 @ 1 20 Zinc. Mosse^man, sheet,' bebigh. Portland Dry Goode Market* Corrected by Messrs Woodman, True & Co. COTTON GOODS. Inches. Price. Heavy Sheet ing,.37.19 @ 214 Fine Sheeting,.36. lGj/a) is Fine SlieeJog. 40.to (a) 21 Meuium Sheeting,.37.H (a) 17 Light Sheeting,.37.13 (a) 15 S hr ting,.27 to 30.12(a) 14 BLEACHED SHEETING. Hood Bleached Sbee.ing,.30.22 @ 27 (lood Bleached Sheeting,.9-8.25 to) 30 Medium Sheeting,.33.17(a) 20 Shirting,.27 to 32.12/ @ 15 DRILLING. Heavy Drilling,.30.22A(a) 2CA Medium,.30.20*io) 22" Corset Jeans..I4$;a) £6 COTTON FLANNELS. Heavy Cotton Flannels.23 @ 25 Medium Cotton Fiauncls,.20 (a) £24 Bleached Cotton Flannels,.25(a) 32j STRIPED SHIRTING. Heavy Striped Shirting,.30.25 @ 274 Heavy Striped Shirting,.27.*.21 (a) 23 Medium Striped Shirting,.27.17 (a) 20 TICKING. Heavy Ticking,.35 @ 45 COTTON ADES. Heavy double and twist.40 (a) 50 DENIMS. Heavy Denims,...32$@ 37$ Medium Denims,.^.27$,a) 27$ CAMBRICS AND P3INT6. Colored Cambrics,.124^ 14 Best Prints.16"(a) 18 Medium Prints,.13$d) 15 DELAINES. DeLainew,.22 @ 25 CRASH. Crash,. 11 $@ 17 BAT TNG, WADDING, &C. Cotton Batting, fb..v.18 @ 25 Cotton Wadding, in,.30 @ 35 Wicking,.50 @ CO WOOLEN GOODS. Kentucky Jeans,.25 @ 45 Satinets.50 65 Union Meltons,. 75 @1 CO Black Union Cassimeres.£3 (a?i CO Black all woo! CAssiuioies,.1 00 (a)l 30 Black Doeskins,.125 (ri\ 75 Fancy Doeskius,.1 CJ tad 53 Bepeuant, C-4,.135 <Ql 40 WOOL FLANNELS. Bine Mixed Twilled Flannels,.30 (5) 57$ Blue and Scarlet,.35 @ 5' $ White, plain.3-4.35 (g) 50 White, i-lain,.00 lid 3T . 70 E. €. BERT’S New York (roods I Constantly ou hand and for ea}e by T. CURTIS & CO., 02 Milk St., Boston, The only authorized Agents for the sale ol these Goods in New England. T. C. & CO., Also manufacture the finest quali ties ot Ccnl*’ Hewed nnd Pegged Calf Boots and Shoes! OF EVERY VARIETY. Mar7—T, T & S I .v» LORBERY COAL. JUST arrived per sell Joseph Baxter, a cargo of 400 tons of Free Burning Lorbery Bed Ash Stove Coal. For cooking purposes this coal is unsurpass ed by any in the market. For spring and summer use it is very nice. Also per sell D. S. Liner a cargo of 400 tons •John* White Ash Coal, STOVE AND EGO. A very choice coal and warranted to give satisfac tion. Randall, McAllister & Co., OO Commercial Street, mar 11(2win Head of Maine Wharf. Sagua Molasses. tijsDS' ! la*ws, cargo brig J015- ’ UuttJcfS. Emery,” from Sagua. 414 Hhds. I Mnacowdo Molavses cargo Bri” “J •-I73 Bbls. JC. York,”from Sagua, g ir = FOIf SALE BY GEO. S. HUNT, 111 Commercial St. Mar 19—d3w CHOICE STYI.ES of RoBotte, for SlijiiKTsi have just been received by T. E. MOSELEY & CO., SUMMER STREET, Boston. which for beauty of design are u«e<ja)l«d, JaaiiidH MISCELLANEOUS THE CENTRAL Pacific R. R. Co. Having Completed, Equipped and put in operation nearly One Hundred Miles of their lload,from Sacramento, Cal ifornia, to within 11 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 tlie division ol their Road located in the State ol California, and extending one hundred and lilty six miles from Sac ramento City to the California State line. The Bonds have thirty years to run from July 1, 1&G5, and are secured by a First Mortgage, consilnliing an absolute prior lien on the portion of lioad above nam ed, with all the Bights, Franchises, Equipments, die.,-pertaining there to. The amount of these First Mort gage Bonds to be issued pe* mile is limited by law to the amount of United States Bonds allowed and issued to aid the construction of the Road,and the mortgage by which they are secured is Declared by Act of C'ou grcftt* to couslitulc a lieu prior and superi or to that of the 1'u i ted States doverumeul. Interest at the rate of Six percent, per Annum, payable Semi-Annually, on the First days of Janu ary and July. Principal and Interest payable in United States Gold Coin, Iu the city of New York. The price of the Bonds is fixed for the present at 95 per cent., and accrued interest trom January* 1st in Currency, the Company reserving the right to ad vance the price whenever it is their interest to do so. The Komi forms tire Western part of the MAIN TRUNK OF THE Ureal National Pacific Railroad, Authorized, adopted, and aided by Ihe United States Government. It runs through the heart of the richest and most populous seciion 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 thei' supplies must be drawn; and the Eatings of tne portion already running are very heavy, and LARGELY IN EXCESS OF THE INTEREST UPON THE Company’s Bonds. Having been for some time familiar with the ope rations of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, we are satisfied that they are conducted with rare abili ty aud prudence, and that the energetic and econom ical management of the Company’s a Hairs entitles them to the confidence of Capitalists and the public. We have carefujly investigated the the progress, re sources, and prospects of the road, and have the full est confidence in its success, and in the value and stability of the 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 he forwarded to us direct, or through the principal Banks and Bankers in all parts of the country. Remittances may he made in drafts on New York, or in Legal Tender Notes, National Bank Notes, or oilier funds current in this city, and the Bonds will l»e for war-led to any address hy Express, free of charge. Inquiries for further particulars, by mail or otherwise, will receive punctual attention. Fisk Sc Hatch, Bankers aud Dealer* in Oorerument Se curities, No. it Nassau Street, N. Y. N. B.—A'l kinilH of Government Securities receiv edat the full market price in exchange for the above Bonus. Also 5T A ft descriptions of Government Securities Kept constantly on hand, and Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. —Old Coin aud U. fc». Coupons bought, sold, and collected. Deposits received on liberalterms. subject to chech at sight, ESsT* Collections made throughout the country. Miscellaneous Slocks and Bonds bought and

sold at the Stock Exchange on commission for cash. Special Attention given to the Exchange of SEVEN-THIRTY NOTES of all the Series for the New FIVE-TWENTY BONDS of IHtiii, on the most favorable terms. marddim PBOPOSALN For Dredging n New Channel Ihrovgb Shepard’* Point fehoal aud Da Howell Shoal in the Kennebec Stiver, at IKal lowcll. Maine. PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE, until 10 o’clock A. M., on 'I'ucsday, Hie 2t>th Day of March next, lor dredging a new channel though -Shepavd’s Point ’ and "Hal loweU*’ Shoals, in Kennebec River, with a view to obtaining a clear channel seven feet deep at low wa ter, and s: v feet wide on the bottom, with sides having as o j of two lee t to oue foot rise. Tne channel will Jit'at be excavated through Shepard’s Point Shoal, for a dittance or about 450 yarns, requiring 16.000 cable yards of excavation, more or less; ami tytenvasda, through Hallowed Shoal, tor a distance of 575 yards, requiring 10,000 cubic yaw's of excavat o i mo e or less, fldr amount of excavavion may be . uc-N d or diminished, as the Engineer in cuarge my c’.'.ect after., iher ex auin.il ion of the river. The mater.nl .a ken from the Shoals is to be depos ited in the river, »u sueu man* er r may be required by the Engineer in cba.ge, an. In such localities as may be designated by him, not, exceeding 6oU yards in distance Irom SIi. pawl’s Poll •, above and below It. In making proposals, bidders must stare the price per cuAc yard of excavation, w Vi the understand ing that ’the work exo'uted is to be ascertained by measurement of ti e channel r; cr dredging; and, ot such excavation only ae has heen ac: sallv made to obtain the required d nensions: with the under standing, also. iai the n.’icc S’l 'jd is to include the depositing of the mat, .rl ta' e i oat, in such locali ties as may be dei :‘mated, within the limits above named. 1 fie work must be commenced as toon as such doj erations are practicable, and be completed on or be oje the 20th of November- next. Each proposal must be accompanied by a writteh guarantee signed by two responsible persons, in the required torm. that the bidder will, w hen called on if liis proposal be accepted, enter into a contract and bond, with good, and sufficient security (the sureties and tneir places ol' residence to be named in the pro posal) for he true and ia-;h..il performance ol his contract. The contract ’ fill be awarded to the low est responsible bidder, a.n, b8 subject to the approv al of the Secretary of Wr . The undersigned, however, reserves the right to exclude the bids of an r p?r^ons who, there is reason to believe, will not faith .uily and promptly perform the mtract; also, r ly informal bids, as we 1 as those that are abov 3 a responsible price for the work; ami no member of Couress, officer or agent of the Government, nor any p 1 son employed in the public service, shall T 3 adn*r lt> an^ share in the con tract, or any benefit wh»Ci may arise therefrom. Payments will bo made in two installments; the first on the completion of tiie channel through Shep ard’s Point Shoal, and the second, on the'completion of the whole work—20 per ceut. to be reserved from the first paj merit. until (he whole work is finished, and to be forfeited in the event oi the non-fhltiiment of the contract in the time and manner as therein required. Persons desiring to make proposals, will please call on t he undersigned at his office, in Morton Block on Congress Street, ior forms of same, and tor more def inite information, if desired; and, on transmitting them, will endorse thereon “ Proposals for i m prove ' meat ol Kennebec river.” GEO. THOM, Lt.Col. Corps of Eng’rs, Bvt. Col. U. S. A. U. S. Engine- r Office, I Portland, Me., Feb. 22,1&C7. J feb22 eod Id Proposals for Construction Material. Office Treasurer . National Asylum for Disalded Vnlunter Soldiers, / (Eastern Branch.] \ Augusta, Maine, March 5tii, 1867. ' SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this Office v 1 il Monday March 25, 1867, for turnisli i"g 40,0u0 feet Hard Pine flooring boards, clear, planed, joined and ira cbed 6-8 in. thick, not more than 6 inches wide nor less than 4 inches wide, equal width at both ends; lengths 15 111.16 leet ; 15 m, 20 " feet; 10 m. 24 feet. 10.600 claptffards, clear pine, planed 00.000 Shingles, clear p;ne, one half shaved, one halt saw eh 15.000 feet white pine boards, sound, 1 inch thick. 5.000 feet white pine boards, clear, planed, one in li thick. I 20.000 feet white pine plank, sound. 5000 feet Dimension, one-fourth pine, tlirec fourtlis spruce. 10000 Laths, pine, 1 $ inches. 1000 square yards Tarred Roofing Paper. 20000 Bricks, best weather. 80 Casks Lime. 600 running feet Granite Underpinning 5 inches thick, 15 inches high. 3000 11>s. Nads assorted. 125 gals. Linseed Oil, best quality, boiled. 25001ns. White Lead. The fiooi ing boards, dressed and short lumber to he seasoned equal to kiln-dried; the rough boards and plank to be seasoned. Separate bids w*'\ be received for either of the above classes of mateiial. Delivery of three-fourths of the material is to be made at either August- , HnlloweU or Gardiner, Me., on or belore the Hist d«.y of May, 18G7, anu the re mainder at cither of the above places as soon there after as it may be required for use. Proposals will bo marked on the cover. “Proposals for Cons!ruction Material” and be accompanied by bond conditioned to (ultilment if accepted lor half the amonutut' tbeb: l w ith responsible sureties, and have annexed a copy of this advertisement. The right to 1 eject any and all bids is reserved. By order of GEN. E. W. HINKS, Governor and Commandant. NATHAN CUTLER, Secretary and Acting Treasurer. March G-eod2w. The Best Style of Giv tors for Ladies, Misses and Children are to be had ofT. E, MOSELEY & CD., Summer Street, Bo&ton. tcbSOU WANTED. Piles and Lumber Wanted For Union Wharf. to 300 Spruce and Hemlock Piles 25 leet **25 to -'>0 Spruce and Hemlock Piles 30 feet long. 100 Hackmetac Fenders 25 feet long. All not less than 12 in. a« the bat and 8 at the top. Also550 leet running fest beinjpck timber 10 x 12.' 100 slicks hemlock lo to 12 leet long 8x8. 35 to40 M3 in hemlock plank 15, 20 and 25 leet toApply to JOSEPH H. WHITE, March 8—eod3w Wharfinger. Boukkfpprr. WANTED by a young man of practical experi ence, anil who can bring the best of city refer ences, a situation its Bookkecjier cr Salesman, where close attention to business will be appreciated! Apply lo W. U. JEltKlS, m arid if Under Lancaster Hall. A Tailor Wanted. A Good reliable, practical Cui-kh can bear of a good situation, by applying to the subscriber at bi- Clothing Store, Nos. 102 Fore, and t5 Moulton Streets. ALFRED HASKELL. niiuJ 1007 d3w* Agents Wanted! TUST OUT, Farragul nnd our Naval Hr tj rocw, by the brilliant uiid popular Historian, .1. T. Headlv. This is tlie only work on the Navy in the War, ami everybody is buying it. «®«b«k h. BUKK, .. _ GENEKAL AGENT, Kebi - 3m No H t'lai'|i’s Block. Wanted Immediately —AT THE— New Employment Office ! No 229 1-2 Congress St, Jd Door West of City Building (up stairs.) Cl JKLS capable of doing all kinds of house-work, I to whom good sit uations will be given. Also LABORERS for various kinds of work, and CLERKS tor every kind of business. t#^We are able at all times to supply parties in any part of the State with GoO’> RELIABLE HELP, either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors, Farmers ami others will be supplied with Men and Boys tor all kinds ot em ployment Free of Charge. Don’t forget the fum ber, 229$ Congress Street, nest to City Building, Pon land, Me. CSOCUIaAV 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 ot the Portland Sujfar Co., 517 1-4 Bull forth Ml., FcbSdtfJ.-B. BROWN & SONS. Wanted Daily ! ! AT The General Agency and Employment Office No. 351 1-4 i'onsrcHN Ml reel. All per sons wishing to secure good Girls tor any resj»ecta ble employment, will find them at this Office. Also please notice. We will send you men and boys tor any work in city or country, tree of charge. 5H§r’ We 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 & POWARS Portland, Me., Jan. 25, ’67. jau30 dtf WANTED! 1NVERYBODY to know that store 335 Congress ^St. J has been replenished with a new stock of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Bools and Hats, Which will be sold cheaper than ever. Rem ember the sign, California Cliean Johu. March 5—dtf Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flour Barrels suitable fur sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., uovl3dtt lo9 Commercial street. Chambers to Let. OVER W. W. Carr & Co.’s store, No. 3 Exchange near Fore St., that will accommotlate 150 work men ar shoemaking, tailoring, or many other kinds of business. For Sale. One lot of Land near the head of Wilmot street, for sixty-five cents per foot; also, a lot near head of Deer street, about 31 by 55 ieet, tor $1200; also, a two story House and lot on Munjoy Hill lor $2500; also, one House and Lot on Merrill's Court, Chestnut street, that will let for $300 per y ar; also, one house on Mount ford street, with about 6000 feet of land more or less; this house belongs to the estate of the lale Lemuel Tukey, and will be sold at a bar gain. Terms easy. Apply to mch4dlm W. W. CARR & CO. Wanted. Hemlock and Fine Timber. IO f I Lineal lent 14x14 Ueililock and 750. lineal feet 12x12 Pine Timber. B. T. C HAME. March 9—S,T&Ttf LOST AMD FOUND. Wanted. BY two young men a Good Room with Board, on Muujoy Hili; between Congress and Foro sts. Good references given. Any one laving such ac commodations will confer a favor by addiessing marlOdSt* E, Box 915 Portlaud P. O. A g ents Wanted Male and Female, FOR RICHARDSON* NEW WORK BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI, The Great Pictorial Work of the Age ! Over 25,000 Copies A LltKADYr Ordered, and the work, not yet ajlout of press. Agents are reporting wonderful success. Those with other books stand small chance where this is offered. JgfF"* Agents consider it the easiest and best selling worK they ever had. For Agencies apply to or address J. PATTEN FITCH, No. 233$ Congress Street, Portland, Me. marlG dtf Wanted. VN exi»erieneed Salesman in the retail Dry Goods business; one who can give good City reference, may hoar of a permanent situation *by addressing Box 1018 Portland Post Ofiice, giving real name and references. marlGtt Dojf Lost. A SMALL Black and Tan Terrier. Answers to the name of “ Pet.” A liberal reward will be paid for bis return to 139 Danforth Street. HENRY II. FURBISH. March 13. dtt • Wanted. AAA FLOUR BARRELS, at Forest City Sugar Refinery, West Com mercial near foot of Emery street. Proposals will also be received for new Sugar Bar rels, and a sample may be seen g.t the ofiice of the Company, 159$ Commercial, at corner of Union St. febl2d&wtf T. C. II ERSEY _ TO LET. To Let. A FRONT ROOM adjoining the Chamber occupied by the Merchant’s Exchange. Also several desirable rooms in the new buildings near the corner of Middle and Exelfctngo Sts. If ap plied for now they can be titled up to suit the appli cants. Apply to NATH'L F. DEERING, No 19 Free Street, Mar 18. marl9d3w To Let, rIOOMS in second and third story Griffith Block, L No. 21$ Free Street. Also, rooms in third and fourth story Nos. 142 and 141 Middle Street. Apply to II. J. LTBBY & CO. March 18,1867. dtf TO LET ! PLEASANT rooms with board, eras lodging rooms, at reasonable rates, at 31 Free street. Refer ences required- feb25dtt. To Let. , THE Chamber (2d story) over E. T. Elden & Co’s, Free Street Block, suitable for Jobbing or Wholesa'o Business. Inquire of T. J. LITTLE, 79 Commercial str-eeC ST-Kev can be fonnd at E. T. Elden & Co’s Mar 2—<ltf T O LET! A SPACIOUS Chamber, suitable for a Wholesale Boot Store or some manufacturing business, over the store occupied by Samuel Waterhouse & Co., Wo. 165 Fore Street. Enquire of SAIM.. WATERHOUSE, ; feb28d3w on the premises. For Rent. OFFICES in the third story of buliding on corner of Exchange and Milk Streets. Enquire at of fice of OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Feb. 25. tf Exchange Street. To Let. FIRST, second and rhird lott., over E. T. Elden * Co.’s store, Free Street Block; also, offices over Seblnlterbeck’s, and over Crewman & Co.’s, in new block corner Brown and Congress streets. janl4-dtf J. B. BROWN To Let. ONE Brick Store, three, r,cries, No. 80 Union street. Apply to jajitlt ST. JOHN SMITH. To Let THE throe storied Brick Store 204 Fore, tootot Plum Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, feb!6dtf Plum Street. Livery and Hack Stable Notice. HAVING sold my stock ami stand to Messrs. Lib by & Dow, 1 cheerfully recommend them to the natrons of my stable, and would ask for them a continuance of the favors so liberally bestowed on im.. EDWIN CLEMENT. Having bought the stock and taken the stand here totoro occupied by Edw in (.'lenient, we are now pre pared to furnish all our friends with lirst-class teams at reasonable prices, and hope by strict attention to receive a generous share of business. Hacking in all its branches carefully attended to, under the charge ot the well known “Knight ot‘ the Whip,” James Os gcod. Particular attention paid to boarding horses. For Sale as above: Ten Horses, of various kinds, 4 Carryalls, 4 Jenny Linds, 1 sets double Harnesses, 10 single Harnesses, 3 top Buggies, in good order, to make room for new carriages. Also, 2 2d hand Hacks. J. F. Libby, mchl9-lw H. A. Dow. Clove Anodyne. THAT remarkable bpecifle for Toothache and ila associated neuralgies, prepared by ns only, can now be furnished to consumers or to tho trade in quantities to suit, at our establishment, 348 CONGRESS STREET, J ma!9ll3t J, R. LUST & <J0, REAL. ESTATE. For Sale. A FARM IN WELLS, MAINE, j Estate of the late SaHCkl# Hatch, contains about !*0 acres, 40 to Go ot j -Rood wooil land and pasture, good 2j story House with L., 1 rge Burn, Sheds, &c. The Farm is located at Wells Corner on ma:n road; churches and schools near, and in the immediate vicinity of the well-known summer re sort, Wei's Beach; will be sold low and ou easy terms to close up the estate. Those wishing to see the Farm can apply to SAMUEL ELDR1DGE, near the premises. Fur terms, &c., inquire ot GEORGE R. HICHBORN & CO., No. 1 Scollay’s Bud 'ing, or address Box 111 P. o. Boston, Mass. marlodlm i FOR HALE. A DESIRABLE Double Briek House, stated root, on Spring Street, between High and Park, with modem improvements, heated tfcorjuguly bv steam, piped for gas with fixtures; with a good Stable. Abundance of hard aud soil water in the house.with about 10.000 feet of land. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER. Mar 16—d3w JLot for Sale. f PH E lot on the northerly side of Peering Street, 1 adjoining the residence of Gen. ,1.1 >. Feaseuden! Said lot is sixty-two leet front aud one hundred leet in depth. Apply to J. C. PROCTER, marlOdtf Real Estate Agent, Middle St. Brick House for Sale. mA good Briek House on-Muple st, containing ten rooms. Hot and Cold Water. Gas, brick cistern, good cellar, staled root, «xe. Apply to W. ILJEKKIS, Kenl K»fute Agent. Mar 42 dim* For Sale. HOUSE now occupied, by the subscriber. No. 70 Free Street. Possession given immediately. For terms, Ac., call as above, or at No. 3 Central Wharf. mchlidtf G. L. STOBKR. —3-— For Sale. rpilE fine lot of Land on Spring, near High street A known as the Boyd lot, containing about 10,000 feet; also about 300,000 Brick and 200 perch of Stone. Said lot w ill be sold with or without the material. Fo»- further particulars enquire of JOHN G. TOD FORD, or CHARLES SAGER. mchlidtf FOR SALK! rpiIE Store and Land occupied by Charles W L Thompson, at Ferry Vill age in Cape Elizabeth; the store is nearly new and contains a large Hall, is about fitly rods from Ferry Wharf, is the ba st place t9r trade any wlicie outside of Portland. For par ticulars enquire ol Tbompsou at the store or of 1. W. PARlvER, 249 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. __ Mar9d3w* House and Lot for Sale Very Low. HOUSE new, containing heven rooms, will .be sold tor $1,100, it'applied tor immediately. ALSO: Lota for sale at prices from one cent to $2 per toot. * Enquire of JOSEPH KEE1), Real Estate Agent. Oak St. near Congress, marttdtf Brick House for Sale. ON Brown Htrect, containing Fourteen finish ed Rooms, hard and soft water, gas and other modern improvements. Possession < iven April 1. Apply to D. 11. Ingraham, Esq., or W. H. JEKRIS, marOdtf_Real Estate Agent. For Sule. AN Office Safe of .lohn E. WiMer's manufacture, suitable for Railroad, Manuforturers’ or Bank ing purposes, measuring 5 feet ;i in. in height, 4 feet width, 2 foot3| in. deep, with interior >:ile and draw ers. For sale by V. A. <S A. BLANCllARI). 105 State Street, Boston, Mass. febl5dll House for Sale, ON NEAL STREET, Upper Halt of the Briek Front House, containing in all 14 Rooms—ce mented Cellar, hard and soft wafer—a good stable, ami yard room. Very convenient and desirable. Possession given sometime in March. Terms easy. Apply on the premises, or to WM. H JEKRIS, _iniir2dtf Real Estate Agent. i Sale or Lease. The Fine l,.,l corner of Exchange and Congress Streets, 120 feet on Congress and 56 feet on Exchange St. Will be lot lor ten or twenty vears, on favorable terms. A Block of Seven Stores in this central loca tion would pay a good interest. Apply to W. H. JERK IS. marldtf New Brick House for Sale, a Corner Cumlierland and Boyd streets: contains eleven rooms. Piped lor gas from cellar to at tic. Tills is a substantial, well-built house, in a good location, and is all ready for occupancy. ■Apply to W. II* JJEKHklS* Real Estate Agent. Mar 1—d.3w Valuable Keal Estate for Sale. FTVHE line estate corner Brackett and Walker Sts. A The lot contains over 26,000 square feet. Title perfect and terms favorable. Apply to W\ li. JERRIS, marl dtf Real Estate Agent. Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. tpflE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil I. lage ol Fryoburg, Oxford county, Maine, is of fered for sale at a bargain, it applied lor soon. The Mouse is large, in good repair, with furniture and fixtures throughout, together with nil necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire of HORATIO BOOTHBY, _ „ Proprietor. Or Hanson* Dow, 541 Union st. Fryoburg, Sepl. 29, 1806. dtf House lor Sale. A good House two stories, Stable attached, bard and soft water, good lot centrally located—con venient for two families, if desirable. Inquire at 33 Hanover or 184 Fore 8t., J. A. FENPERSON. Jan. 21, 1867. dtf NOT VI'EL 1 will sell on favorable terms as to payment , or let for a term of years, t be lots on tlie corner ol Middle and Franklin streets, and oh Franklin street, including tkecorner ot Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to IVM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH & REED, Attorneys, Portland. jyl2tl Desirable Store Lots FOR SAXilE, IV (09U1KBCIAL STREET. TIIE subscribers ofler tor sale the lot of bind on the southerjy side ot Commercial Street, head ol Dana’s Whorl, measuring 72 bv 150 feet, For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. f Kit LEY, Oct 18 tf__ or W. S. DANA. Farm for Sale. I WILL sell my form near Allen’s Corner West brook, nboift three miles from Poll laud, one mile from horse ears, and Westbrook Seminary. Said larm contains alKiut 10U acres, purl af it very valuable lor tillage, and part ol it for building lom. t'hero is a good bouse, two large barns, and out bous es on I lie premises. It will !«’ sold together, or in lots to suit purchasers CYRUS TIftJRLOW. _ sepll-dtt 165 Commercial St. For Sale—House on Park St BEING about to remove from this citv I oiler lor sale my House. No. 55 Park St. It is goo-1 size ami conven enf, with all fhe modern improvements, Bathing room, in which is Hot and Cold water, Ga , Furnace, &c. Con ected will* house is a good si able. Possession given first day of May next. Enquire at l\'o. 393 Commercial 8f. bead of llobsoi/s whavi, of J. H. H-imlen, tlie subscriber. STEPH KN PATTEN, or of W. H. JEKR1S, Real Estate Agent. JanSOeodtf For Halo, or for I.nnti (.ease. TWO of those Store Lois on the Northerly side of Middle Street, near ihe head of Plum Street, re cently covered bv the Granite Block. Apply to EDWAliD FOX or KBEN STEELE. Portland, March 6,1867. deodlm Bouses lor Sale! TWO new 1$ story Houses just completed, with 7 finished rooms. Price 1.800, within fifteen minutes walk of the Post Office, together with other houses at prices from $1,300 to $ 80,000. -also To Lease, 30 HOUSE LOTS and several Store and Wharf Lots, at prices from $12 to $200 per year. Enquire of JV08JKN bOI LD, No 55 North St., between the hours of 8* 10^ A. M. and 2*5 i*. m., where plans of lots may be seen. Mar Sdlw t eod3w Farm for Safe, THE “Mark Allen” estate, containing two hun dred acres, situated within one and a half miles nj Pownal Depot, in Pownal, County of Cumber land. Said ;a :m is well divided into pasturage, til lage and wood land. Is well watered, has good and convenient buildings, cuts some 'Sixty tons of hav, and has some twelve hundred cords of merchantable wood tor the market, besides enough for the tarm. This estate would make two good liirms, and will be sold together or in separate lots, inquire of John H. Noyes, near the premises, or CHARLES C. COBB, Executor, 99 Lisbon Street, Lewiston, Me. March 13. eod&wtf Farm for Sale. THE well known Cushman Homestead—one of the most delightin' and desirable country residences in tlie 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 llroni Portland, only ten minutes walk from Pownal depot and Post Ofiloe. It cor sis Is of 120 acres of excellent land, conveniently divided—prin- | cipally by stone fences—into tillage, pasturage ard ! woodlaud; a line orchard, containing 1090 thrifty apple tTees; a splendid garden well tilled with a vari ety of pear and plum trees, strawberries, raspberries, currants, and a large grape arbor, covered with choice v’ucs, Worn which 8 to 10 bushels of grapes are gath ered annually! also a handsome flower garden,or namental trees, *Jtc The buildings consist of a fine brick House, throe stories high, containing 1G rooms, with large two story brick L; a fine new stable and carriage house adjoining the L; together with two barns, one uew, t>0 by 40 feet; wood slieds, work shops and other out buildings, all in good order. There is a convenient and abundant supply of well water; also a large never-tailing cistern of suit water in cellar of L. In addition to the above farm,' and laying adjacent to it, are two oLher lots, each containing 110 acres of the finest tillage and lumber land in the county; either or both of which will bo sold in connection with or separate from the Home Farm. For particu lars enquire of lion. Geo. W. Woodman, linn ot Woodman, True & Co, or ot J. N. Lord, firm ot Stevens. Lord & Haskell, Portland, or of J. E. F. CUSHMAN, on tLe premises. mcii4deodtS.w3w for saLeT A Desirable Residence at Cmnber'and Center xl former residence of Watson Ncwbali. A good Two Story House well furnished, painted and htind cd, with an L., Wood House, Carriage House, Bam «.teM with about Twenty Acres ot Land, a large Or chard, yielding some >ears loo barrets of apples. AN ill be sold low. linme iate possession given Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER. marlt>dcod3w FEU TIEIZEuV. TONS Cumberland Pure Haw Bone Plios. of Lime. f*0 Tons Coe’s Phosphate of Lime. 25 Torn K. F. Coe’s Phosphate, of Jaime. 2h Tons Lloyd’s Phosphate of Lime. COO Barrels Lftdi coudrette. BOO Barrels Li; tlefi eld’s Poudrette. 400 Barrels Fish Guano. E»'"For sale at Manufacturer’s Trices, l>y KENDAU A «mi\EV. Feb 8,18(17. __teM3mls _ Oread collegiate Institute, For Young Ladies, Worcester, Mass BUlLKINtifi repaired ami reiurnisbed. Now in the most llouiiildng condition it lias been since I its establishment in 1848. Summer Term bet-ins April 12. Semi for Circular. HAKK1S It. (1 KEENE, A. M„ Principal. MISS S. It. PACKAltl), AsSo, Principal. piaricdlm ENTEKTAINML ENTS. peering hall. Last Night in Scotland. By particular reqili 'R* d/«. UJHJWV'tW 1% will give another night of his Solids ot Scotkiud. TO-NIGHT, AT H. I'rograouur. BA1TH SIPES 0* THE TWEED. Oil why left mv Hame, Com© uinlVv my Plaidie, Annie* Tryste. Tak your auld Cloak about ye. John Grundie. 'i ll© Flowers o’ tli© Forest. The Laet Words of Munition. I SoNGS OF IRELAND. The I^ast Rose of Summer. The Minstrel Boy. i SONGS OF ENGLAND. The While Squall. Sally ill our Allgy, A MElidCA N SONG. The Star Spangled Banner. An 1 MissKuonncdy will play Scottish Keels. PIANO PORTE.MISS KENNEDY. Admission 50 rents. Reserved Seats 75 ceutfl._ Gallery ‘15 cents. 1 >oor» open at 71 o’clock. To commence at x. 2 JTTk'kets to n«* had at Mae’s Mush Store, au*l at «l. J. BoytPs, 11!) Exchange Street. March JO. dlt Fair and Levee l f pil K Ladies of tile First Congregation al Society o l West brook, together with the friends oi the Pas tor, will give a Festival al Woodford’s Corner, over Harmon ft Bedell's New Store, On IVnlnrNdny K vetting, .tlurrli 20lli. Tlic Fair will be opened with an entertainment, “ The Jesuit in Aineriea,” To be followed l»y an Antiquaraiiii Wedding nail Kuppor, There will also t»e other novel features, together with Hinging, and the usual variety ot articles and refreshments offered for sale. The entertainment is given tor tbeTienefit. ol Hit* Pastor, liev. W. H. Has kell. Admission 25 cents. Children half price. £ Should I lie weather prove very stormy, the Festival will h<^postponed to the first pleasant even ing* niurl92t* MALL Two TV it' ll Is Only. Monday k Tuesday, March 25 k 20. LA KITE’S CARNIVAL .MIMSTRELS I Universally aiimitted and undeniably the Champion Troupe of .Amoricn! And the Autocrats of all Minstrelsy. 24 Brilliant Ethiopian Stars. Six Comedian,, imludiug tbe greatest of aU livin ’ Burlesque Actors, Billy Hanning, and II. e*i»u. Four Clog Dancers—Tbe Champions Mike Kauane and Ned West, ami the wondrous Utica Bovs. Marvelous Vocal Quintette — Sweet, Wheaton, Church, UratidiHi ami (Tarter. Ned Kneeland'H Magnificent Orchustra. Frank B ;w ies’ G-eat Brass Baud. An entiro new programme by the Largest ami most Versatile Company, and most extraordinary Combination of Iiistrr nenta*, VoCaL Comic and Te-psiclioie.in TaieiiL ever coufede la ted in one organ ization. Admission 35 cents. Reserve*l seals 50 ctn. (Thai. B. Gristf., Agent. I>. C. LA UUE, Manager. mar20dCt Veering Hall, - Portland, Thusday Even’ng, Mar. 28. Mr. P. S. GILMORE, Has the honor to announce a Grand Concert ? With tho following unrivalled array of Talent: CAMILLA IK SO, The beet Violinist in America. Madame Bertha Johannsen, The Celebrated Prim:. Donna of the Grand Berman Opera. Mr. Carlyle Peter«ilea, The best Pianist In America. Mr. M. M. Arbuckle, The best Cornet Player in America. Dr. C.A. Guilmette, The great Lyrical Dec!aimer and best Basso Cantan ta in America. Mr. John A. Howard, Accompanist. ALFRED VON ROCHOW, Agent. The Programme will lx* made up ot the most Popular Compositions ot the Best mas:ers. March 19—dtd Blindness, Deafness, -AND Catarrh ! During ok. cikpkntkr^ late r.sit to Portland wldoh closed Feb. 1st, so great a number ot* jiersons deferred consult ing him uutilthe latter part ot bis stay, that many were unable to do so, his time being fully occupied* To accommodate those and others desirous of consulting him he Returned to Portland March 1st, And can be consulted at the U. H. Hotel nnlil April lut, upon all diseases of tho Eye, Ear, Throat — AND — C.lTwiitnH, As usual. And lie .would advise those intending to avail themselves of his services toc?ll early ns con-, venient. Dr. C. can rofer to many patients Id Portland and vicinity, who have been cured orbcnetitted under his treatment, who do not wish their names made public, but are willing to converse with those interested. t3T*C-nusutuition 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 7J o’clock. ^ ftb23dlm* CERTIFICATES. Testimonial of A. K. 4«rcciioiigh, Esq. 1 was afflicted with Catarrh so badly that I had a continual p:iin in my head, oyes very weak, was fast looking my memory, head was so confused that 1 was totally unfit for business and general health fast tail ing. 1 applied to Dr. Carpenter in is<’«5 and Ids rem edies cured me. 1 remain a well man. A. K. GltEENOUGH, Proprietor of National House, Bangor, Me. C'eriificnlc of Capl. Shale of Poriln d. • Portland, Jan. 3,1867. T suffered from deafness eight years. Was under treatment at the Ear Infirmaries of BohUid, New York and Philadelphia, without receiving benefit; but know ing of cases worse than mine, that Dr. Car ]M-ntor cured, I was ieduced to apply to him. On ex am i nation the Dr. w as not sure he could cure me, hut would do the best he could. A course ot his treatment has restored me to mv natural hearing. Any person desiring to see me eaii do so on board of hark “ Isaac Carver,” Union Wharf, Portland ALONZO L. SHUTE. Testimony of Hon. Z. Collins, In ion, He. Dr. t arueuter. Dear Sir,—Learning you arc in Portland, 1 write for the puri>ose of informing you tint the hearing of my son, Leroy Z. Collins, ro muiiis Perfectly good. You will remember that in March 1866, you relieved him of deniness of fifteen yoiirs standing, which Imd increased to that extent that tie was obliged to leave his studies and went to a trade, lie is now at the Theological Seminary, Bangor, where »*e has rwonted his studies, which, without vour as; tancc, he never could have done. May yi .t live long, prosper iu your profession, and et pwciajlv More the cleat to hear, |s tlio desire of lours, very gratefully, Z. COLLINS. Certificate of Hr. A. O. Blunt. Pnrtlnud. This may certify lhat Dr. Carpenter, now-at the United states Hotel, has cured me o* dj**"1** f " ! discharge® of the head of 17 v.-ars Btan^tfng I baa been doctored by many eminent * f™"1 relief. Any pefson interested can sc.- inc at Mett-rs. Biuni & i'o»s,’ Middle Street. ^ q BLUNT. Portland, Me., •I'"1- 14-,8S7 Hundreds of Certificates received in this State can l»e seen at the Bi s Office._* »rt* NOTICE. rpFTE Corporators ns mod in ‘«An Act l. In.sirporate i the Gmnleaf Law Library,” are hereby notifi ed that Utelr first lucotinn lor llio purpnnr of oruan i -.ine said Corporation will I* heJdut the office of d. .V E. M. Hand, N... hi Free street, on Saturday, tie twenty-tinrd day ot March, current,at 10 o’clock A. JOHN RAND, ) Oh-^dE tsilEpI,E Y. ( Coritorators. Portland, March la, ihU7. mchlWd Portlati'l Commaudery, K. T, W1LL hold its Annual Conui.avi: at Median » f ics’ Hall, on Monday n. xt. March 23lh, at i o’clock P.M. The annual reports will be received, officers lor1,.h£ ensuing yearelected, and any other business w“M‘n ' may come before the Commaudery, will b. 1,11l’*‘”e * I A lull attendance is desirable, and members a - quested to be punctual. By order of the E.Conmander^^ Portland, Mart’ll 16,1667. nwrWWl ——i AWI'IOIV SAUH. «s. M. ru II, * to., tMrinttr|) * OFFICE PLUM SI KELT. ^anU ,n s<:irlM>ro’ at Aurtion, / kN \> KOMisDA V u . „ pn-mFen. win |M. -°- at p- M., on iho adjoining rim Town ||„„ * , !"!u the Farm a* the Cuulbroih Faiui i,,.,,,.'1 Scarboro’, known Portland. Ii eonuius’ui “,ruul fix naUwt IV.,m cultivation, euu about !;, Iona u,,<Jcr Orchard of drafted Frni. with' '> a a -v: l,l,K Water. Building* consist .,,!„| Weed and buildings. Alsu about eight acres ,„i‘“ ."ut" Laud adjoining tin above. Sold tree or brance. For particulars call on (Ilf .iu»u,1°"'u‘ marLhlld “• Valuable & Productive Farm |IN IIA.nil.TUlV, AT AUCTION. UrJLL UK SOLD on (hr premised to the highest bidder, without i erve, ou Tuiksdav, ^areh ‘Jlst. at 11 o’clock, A. M., the present twuur iiitoiiding i > return t<* California : inat valuable FARM, situated in Hamilton, on 10 main *<>u* 1. betr/een Sab hi ami Ipswich, about ® 'd a lu’le i.orn tin Wen!iani an*t Kamil in) a. r ‘i"./ ie Ka ei-i -Sailroad, containing about v 'II,*i.a , /A. *»e» *> ir v and woodland,all in ex coSninSn^11^-*4 ’« Dwelling House. I arhcl. wftf1latt|a , L',l 'HJ,l'S A‘ - al: with the house. ■” " ve rain water, evnuMtud There is u « Stable. < rr,i».’iiy eonveo rnt large Barn, and 1} new. All ijJ i^I'i :• amis ■< >ait-t lied, all near built Inti e t,i i i„- ar* 1 hi• reel order and ee'lars both being 1 tunse and barn also a large ouau. iv Ti"-'r,! “*« premises. The St * ' -irid T i 1 ^iC s *P**n *''{*»“ f*j‘ 'y 'or use the i5tf5VSjg,**t t0"* liui mediately ulV*r the sa • of tin- Rvr,' . «<»ld ail the stock s* id tools with all t .„ ’i,{lv u5 fr^n> Ac.,2 ’muses, | cows, I heiiersf ihj-,.1 I .ogM. .to hens, one carriage and pole, one market wagon, mowing machine, plough. , one hay w ji '. n borne cart, t ne douhh hai ness, cart harnesses *&<•.* Also, all the household furniture, consisting of chairs, tr.bles, carpet), one chamber sell, bedstead* spring beds one superior parlor organ, in i«rtector der, mattresses, stoves, Arc., Arc. This is one of the imeat located farms in Essex bounty, it lelng situated on the main road between Nuleui aim I| swlch, about oue quarter tf a nude from ihe i ailroad Dapot, and convenient to churches, schools, 4c.. and is just lar * nough from the city to make it a desirable summer residence tor a gentleman doing business In Boston or Salem. Terms easy and made known at salo. JOHN NORTH. WM. ARCHER, Auotfr. March 15. dlw 1*L 1Q« JPATTjBJY A C’O., % ut l ioneer-, PLUM STREET. Administrator's Sale. ■ 1A\ v.irlue a license from the Hod. Judge of Pro bate tor the county of Cumberland, I will sell at public ven-iue, at the Merchant*’ l.ubiui^, I corner 01 Exchange ami For*Street*, in Portlan<i,on Thurwduy, March 21, lNtfjr, at 11 o’etoob in the forenoon, the following part* ot SEUS* 4l,,; uI»kiug to tin- estate of the late Win. K. short,ol Portland,deceased, viz: Chic eighth of the schooner Luther Dana. One eighth of the schooner Nellie M. Short One eighth of the schooner Ida L. Howard’ One eighth of the schooner Village iieile. One hixteenth of tlie scluxmer Lottie S. Heed, fine sixteenth ol lhe schooner Adalbert. One sixteenth of the schooner Buonavonture. one thirty-second of the selioorn-r Marcus linntei. •One sixteenth of the t rig Caroline E Kelley. One thirty-second part of the charter of the brig Snow Bird. Unless tlie same should be disposed of previously at private sale. Terms favorable. P. IS. MERRILL, Administrator. Portland, Feb. 20,1867. iuelild.3w.vw3w K. Mi FATTEN A CO., Auriienrcra PLUM STREET. Grist Mill on Deeringr’s Bridge at Auction. ON TUESDAY, March 20th, at 3 o’cb-ck, on the premises, (unless previously disused of at private sale,) will l*e sold without reserve, the long established Mill on Deering’s Bridge. It is situated on the great thoroughfare into Portland ol the best, hack country travel, an t also to supply City irade of Portland, aud a good part ot Wowtb. 00k with Meal and Feed. There are three run of stones, one tor Salt, with a Dry Boom for B-ime, and Eleva tors for Corn and Salt, ami ail in good running order. Terms cash. For particulars call 011 , „ , EDW. 11. BURG1N, ^ hdDUl_120 Commercial Street. Farm at Auction, vlTlLL be sold at Auction, on tlie premises, Thurs f ▼ day, March 28th, at 2 o’clock P. M., a urst class farm ot about 120 acres of excellent laud, eight miles from Portland, two ami one-lia f from Sacca rappn. one trout Gorham Corn* r, near depot. Good gr;ish farm, well watered, plenty of w*od,two story houseAwith niue rooms, in grod repair; new barn 40 by 00, out buildings, Ac. Terns at sale. P. o.—If bt »rmv postjioucd to hrst fair d ty. „ . J. If. COOK. Marcli 10. d&wlw Sale of Timber Lauds for Bates’ follege L\m» Oefioe, i Bangor, March 7, 18# 7.) NOTICE is hereby given, in puis tance of “ Re solve to carry into efl’ect chapter two hundred eighty-tour of the Uesolves of eighteen hundred six ty-four In fivof of Bates* Coll- go,” approved herni ary 28, 1867, that townships numbered 8, Range 17 aud 10 Range 17 W K L S. situated upon the Upper Saiut John River, excepting the South ast quarter 01 the last named township, will be ottered Mr sale by public auction lor the beuettt ot said College, at 1 he Land Otlicc in Bangor, 011 Wednesday the 11th day of September next, at 12 o’clock, noon. One third cash and satisfactory notes parable in on and two years, secured by mortgage on tLe prem ises, will be received in payment. , ISAAC B. CLARK, mar8dtSept 11, Land Agent. JOHN CROCKETT, Auctioneer mu«1 Appraiser, (Office with Evans & Bailey) mr7 NO*. I 2 FREE STREET BLOCK, tf ME DICAL ELECTJS1 CITY DR. W. N. DEWING, .Medical Electrician lit MIDDLE UHUOlT, \early Opposite the Vailed Mutes Hot# WHERE he would respectfully announce to citizens ol Portland and vicinity, that he • permanently located I11 this city. During the three years we have been in tins city, we have cured som* • I the worst lorms of disease in persons w ho have Tied other forms ol treatment in vain, and curing patients in so short a time that the question is oilen :aked, do they stay cared? To answer thisqnestioi we will sav iliut all that do not stay cured, wo doctor the second lime without charge. Ur. li. has been a practical Electric iau lor twent,** on* years, aud is also a regular graduated pliv«iciai r.lectridty te perlectly minted to chronic diseasesJ* the form ol nervous or sick hewdurlie; neuralgia in ' 'be bead, neck, or extremities’, consumption when iu the acute stages or where the lungs are not lolly involved.; acute or chronic rheumatism scrofula, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature •d tlie spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas’ Dance, dearness, stam mering or hesitancy ot speech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver cnmplamt, piles—we cur* every case that can lie presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures ol the chest, ami all forms of iemale complaints. By Electricity ine Kheuinaiic. the gouty, the lame and tliehtzv leap with joy, and move with tin* agility and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain is cooled; the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deform hies re* moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength; the blind made to see, the ileal to hear and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes oi youth are obliterated; the accidents ot mature ltle prevented; the calamities ol old age obviated and as active circulation maintained L A !‘ I ft S Who have cold hanus and feet; weak stomachs, lam aud weak bucks; nervous and sick headache; dizzi ness and swimming in the head, with indigestion and constipation of the bowels; pain in the side and buck; loucorrbcea, (or whites); lolling of the womb with ill* tcrual cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long 'lain of diseases wiJl find in Electricity u sure mean* <*f cure. For painiul menstruation, too r.jiu»e menstrua Lion, and all ot those long line oi troubles with young ladies, Electricity is a certain specific^ and will, in a short time, restore the sufferer to tin* vigor of health. TEETH ! TEETH ! TKET1I 1 Dr. P. still continues to Extract Teeth by ELeo tbioity without pain. Person* having decayed Iceth or stumps they wish to have removed for reset ting ho would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Electro Magnetic Machines for sale tor family use, with thorough instructions. Pr. D. can accommodate a lew patieiits with board wnd treatment at his house. Office hours from 8 o'clock A. M. to 12 M.; from to 8 P. M-, and 7 to 9 in the evening. Consultation free. novlti Tilton *£ McFarland. Desire to call the attention to the fact that more tb 4 o Of (heir Safes e»ve A5IPLE PROTECTION lin tb tote fire. Parties desiring a FIltST KATE SAFE, At a MODERATE PRICE, will please call on EMERY & WATERHOUSE, Middle street. Portland, Or al HO Nadbary Street, Boston. Flr“Second-hand Safes taken in exchange for sa’e. Jan 15—hnIstw in each iu«\tadv remain-kr of time. AGENTS WANTED FOB GEN. L. G. BAKER’S History of the Secret Service The most exciting & interesting book ever published. f PHIS WORK was announced more than year I ago, but owing to the attempts ol the Govern menl u. .oppress it, HKD AM^'TN V will npw Ik.' iwunid, UNAJ-?1 Ji.pihtvi"i.u* UKIIXIFII UNTH-Hl Tilt 91 IfcKMJflON Oh GKNKKAL BAKER. It contain* u liilloml official export' of the Intricate aiachmat Ions ol tho secret eu *lKor st.rt*lw dcveloptrfcnts ami tbrilllnR adven Mir.'s I Ilia book " llpse.'- ihe iS'oO’ls experiences of FOOTlil wnIVlIWOQ- The marvelium narrative* of Gen. Baker are all attested by the highest official authority. It will contain the only official account of til,- Assassin* ion conspiracy. A lull historv of till* irri’ttt, startling anil terrible crime FKOM ITS t 'ON cUTKIN, IN THE HAUNT’S OF VILLAINY TO THE BURIAL PLACE OF BOOTH, lias never yet been placed bet',ire the public. The work also ftillv exposes tile net'irious svsfem fcy which Presidential pardons were and are so readily obtained at Wash in^ton. The morals of the National Capital ;uo thoroughly ventilated and there are some strange revelation* concerning heads of d<2parmonls, members oi Con gress, female pardon brokers, and distinguished mil itary characters. Send tor Circulars and set our terms, and a full description of the work. Address JOM5.S BROTHERS A Up., 507 Minor St.. Philadelphia, 1 a. marlMAwIm __ HooIn jiimI S1io^‘n • CLARKES' LOWELL, INo- jliifKe-t Hquarc. 'vytV i* in and will sell as goo.! a quality ot Boots \Y lll4a at oh cheap rate as can hi found in 7 T ., vv'f liave some »l»op worn umwih and oi hers • little out ol the present style which we wi ll to clo.eoat t*ef>re going into our new stoic and will sell them at Lem Than Halt the Original Cost. i'all and examine 'or yourselves, oppe-it,' Preble Street. in irPMit new e 3 il For Sale. /“ BLAI’K WALNUT Khovr (aim. nine and ° bix.-U.utlb feet long each, by F [NURAHAM. Yarmouth, MwUi 15, >1^