Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, March 22, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated March 22, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS 1ST TELEGRAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. —-——^ --— Fiiday Morning, March 22, 1867. ----<>»■ - XLTH (JONGUESS—FIRST SESSION Washington, March 21. SENATE. Legislative memorials were presented and referred. # The Finance Committee reported the resolu tion of the House exempting wrapping paper male from wood and cornstalks from taxes, which was passed. Mr. Anthony introduced a resolution to in quire if there be any deficits in the accounts of tiie late Superintendent of Public Printing— whether he made contracts prejudicial to the Government, and whether he bought more pa per than lie should have done, etc. Mr. An thony explained the resolution and read a let ter from Air. Wendell, the gentleman referred to. denying the allegations which had been made against him, and requesting the investi gation called for. The resolution was adopted. Mr. Chandler, from the Committee on Com merce, reported the resolution authorizing American citizens to dispose of vessels to Irieudly belligerents, under certain circum stances. uie request oi Mr. Sumner it was laid over for the pieseut. Air. Sherman moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill exempting from taxation wrapping paper made from wood or cornstalks was agreed to. He desired to otter an amend ment imposing a tax of 15 per cent, on all State, Aluuicipal or Corporation notes and scrip, issued by any natioual bank. He sent to the Chair to be read a letter lrom the Sec retary of the Treasury, stating that the nation al banks in New Orleans were issuing shin plasters and scrip as currency. The amend ment was agreed to and the vote reconsidered. The bill as amended was then passed. Air. Trumbull called up the joint resolution to suspend further proceedings under the act to appoint Commissioners to pay loyal slave owners for slaves enlisted iu the army. Air. Davis spoke at length, in opposition to the resolution, characterizing it as the first step iu the direction oi repudiation being a breach of the plighted taith of the Govern ment. Air. Saulsbury could not vote to pay for ne groes. because lie did not believe the Govern ment had the riodit to take and enlist them. The joint resolution was passed 32 against 7, Mr. Saulsbury voting aye. On motion of Air. Wilson it was resolved that the Foreign Committee hi; instructed to consider the expediency of passing a resolu tion expressive of the sense of the nation that the American Department at the World’s Ex hibition at Paris, shall not lie opened on the Sabbath Day. The Senate at 4.20 P. AI. went into executive session and afterwards adjourned. HOUSE. After discussion, a resolution was ottered by Air. Schenck to include in the 20 per cent, ex tra compensation voted last session, the Quar termaster and Commissary Departments, w'hich was passed. The Speaker called the committees up for reports. Air. Huiburd, chairman of the Committee on Public Expenditures, stated that the com mittee had taken testimony which apparently inculpated one or more members of the Sen ate aud that the committee deemed it proper to report it to the House so that such action might be taken as comported with the cour tesy due from one House to the other. He ottered the following: Resolved, That the House having been in formed by one of its committees that testimo ny has been brought to the knowledge of said committee which testimony apparently incul ftales one or more members of the Senate, the louse therefore directs that all such testimo ny be transmitted to the Senate for its infor mation. Air. Taber stated as one of the minority com mittee, he did not agree to the report. The evidence, to his mind, was insufficient to base such a resolution upon, aud he asked that it should be read to the House. In reply to a question of Air. Eldridge, Mr. Huiburd said he had not the slightest objec tion to having the testimony read. The com mittee had reflected somewhat on the subject and came to the conclusion that it was more decorous, more courteous, aud would give the least scaudal not to have the testimony read, but to have it transmitted to the Senate lor its information aud action. At the suggestion of Air. Brooks, Air. Hui burd amended the resolution, substituting for the words “apparently inculpating,” “apparent ly affecting Senators, etc.” After further discussion the resolution was agreed to. Air. Huiburd then reported the following resolution: Resolved, That it is the sense of this House that Henry A. S my the should be immediately removed from the office of Collector of the port of New York, and that the Clerk of the House cause to be laid before the President of the U nited States a certified copy of this reso lution. Air. Butler opposed the resolution, saying that the proper mode for the House to demand the removal of an officer, was by impeaching him, After some further discussion, the morning hour expired, aud the resolution went over un til to-merrow. , The House then went into committee of the whole on the million dollar Southern relief ap propriation. General debate having been ordered, Messrs. Banks and BingLani withdrew their pending amendments. Mr. Bingham offered an amendment to strike out the appropriation of one million of dollars, and insert “and to that end the Secre tary of War is hereby authorized and directed, through the Commissioner of the Freedmen’s Bureau, to apply so much as he may deem necessary for the purposes aforesaid*, of the unexpended moneys heretofore appropriated to supply the freedmen and refugees with pro visions or rations.” A long debate ensued on this amendment and continued for a considerable time with much asperity of feeling. Mr. Bingham’S amendment to the Southern relief bill was adopted in the committee ol the whole. Some sparring occurred between Messrs. Bingham and Butler, the former remarking on the Charleston Convention and Fort Fish er, the latter taunting Bingham with hanging an innocent woman —Mrs. Surratt—as his only achievement during the war, and charging him w ith having gone over in spirit, as he had in person, to tne opposition. [Note—Mr. Bingham’s seat is on the Democratic side of the House.] Various amendments were offered by Messrs. Sehenck, Butler, Farnsworth, Pike. Broomall, Logan and others, which were re jected. An amendment was offered by Mr. Logan, providing that the eX|M*nditures shall not ex tend beyond the appropriation already made fjr the Freedmen’s Bureau. Adopted. Mr. Keliofield asked whether the Itepublican party wfas again triumphant? The committee rose and reported the bill, and the House seconded the previous question on it. Mr. Banks, from the Committee on Hules, to which was referred the resolution ot Mr. Ba ker, offered some days ugo, for the appoint ment of a committee on labor, reported a rule that there shall Ik* appointed at each Congress a committee on education and lalmr, to consist of nine members. Adopted. The H|»euker presented several executive communications. Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, from the Judiciary Committee, reported that the members of the .*fi»tli Congress who are miMiibers of this Con gress an* not entitled to mileage until the first day of the session commencing the first Mon day iu December. the Speaker also presented messages from the President transmitting information in ref erence to the withdrawal of the French troops from Mexico, the imprisonment and treatment of American citizens in Great Britain or its provinces, and in reference to the late trial of American citizens in Canada, which were re ferred to tin*, Committee on Foreign Affairs. An effort to get a vote this evening on the passage of the Southern relief bill having been tried and abandoned, the liouso at 5.30 P. M. adjourned. Failure in New York—Fenianictui—Indi rnBions of a Denaouatration on the Bor* der. New York, March 21. The Irish enthusiasm in this city has all sub sided, and the revolution in Ireland is conced ed to have been a disagreeable failure. The only party who receive any attention are those w ho favor the invasion of Canada. Several meetings have been held on the subject of an early invasion, and steps are being taken that look something like work. A St. Albans (Vt.) correspondent says sev eral United States army officers have arrived and passed through that village lately, al though no troops have come as yet. It is ru mored, however, that a force has been forward ed from Fort Warren. Militia officers about the village have been consulting as to the amount of equipage and ammunition needed to tit out certain companies for service. On the other hand several bands of Irishmen have arrived well equipped, with everything requi site for a t°ur, ami hearing traces of undoubt ed tendency towards Fenianism. Canadian Affaire. Montreal, March 21. Nearly all the present members of Parlia ment in Lower Canada will be returned to the House of Commons. A large number are as yet unopposed. It is understood that the elec tion will not take place until midsummer. An iron ore company has been formed here to carry on operations on the north shore of the St. Lawrence river from Quebec to the divis ion line of Canada and Newfoundland. The stock of tho coni) any is half a million. Reports received by Geu. Michael show that all is quiet on the frontier. There is no ground whatever for excitement on account of Fenian movements. The Kxccutive Council held a meeting at Ottawa yesterday. The business transacted was merely of a routine character. Toronto. C. W., March 21. At the parade of the Queen's Own last eve ning, an order was issued directing the men to have two days’rations cooked and provision constantly on hand. A heavy snow storm set in this morning and still continues. Weather mild. Cable Diapaiehrs. _. , Berlin, March 20. A treaty has been concluded between Prus sia. Bavaria and the Grand Duchy of Iladen. which gives Prussia the command of the two' armies of the latter countries in time of war. London, March 20. Biots have broken out at Itenbois, France. merchant Wardered. Baltimore, March 21. James Farr, merchant, of Hillsborough, Md-i was found In bed Saturday with his throat rut, He w:» Known to have a large amount pi looney id ||ia nnaeeasino. There (s no glue P< the o..,nl„,p, From Washington March 21. The registration of voters under the suflrage law has commenced Kington. The reg istration in the 1st V ard shows the blacks •■■reatly in the majority. Ihe whites are tak ing no particular interest i-> the matter. The President has signed the bill appropri ating *15,000 for the relief of freed men or des titute colored persons in the District of Co lumbia. Also, the bill appropriating $50,000 in addition to the amount heretofore provided for the expense attending the Paris Exposition. Mr. Hulburd, from the Uouse Committee on Public Expenditures, has just reported, 1.15 P. M., a resolution calling on the President to re move Collector Sinythe of New York. The Senate to-day confirmed J. W. Patter son U. 8. Marshal of the district of New Hampshire. The Secretary of State reports to the Presi dent, who has sent his letter to the House, that the correspondence relative to the arrest, im prisonment and treatment of American _citi zens in Great Britain or its provinces within two years past is still in progress, and, there fore, its publication at the "present juncture would, in the opinion ot the Secretary, be m comjiatiblo with the public interests. The U S. Consul at Zanzabar officially in forms the State Department of the murder of Dr. Livingston in Africa. Interesting News train Iffexica. New York, March 21. The Herald’s Vera Crux correspondent, un der date of March 3d, says the most formidable body of horsemen known in Mexico for many rears has been organized and placed under Mejia’s command, and should the expected battle prove a Liberal defeat it will most prob ably be urged into a dangerous rout. On the other hand, if Maximilian is defeated, his cav alry will suffice him for a desperate attempt to cut hi s way to the Itio Grande, where he will take refuge in the United States. Galveston, Texas, March 21. Advices received from the Bio Grande, dated March lfith, contain eleven days later news from the seat of war. A battle bad keen fought at Catahual liua. It appears to have taken place between small portions of the hostile forces, not more than 2500 men having been engaged on either side. Maximilian took part in person. Ite ports of the result difler, but the appearances are that Maximilian was victorious. Portias Dias was about to besiege the Capi tal. A general battle was impending. J uarez wo aid shortly order the French resi dents to leave the country or take out natural ization papers. The Liberals were keeping up a lively guer rilla war. It was said the prospects of Maximilian's success were greater than before, as Bantu Anna projiosed to join him. Washington Correspondence. New York, March 21. The Herald’s Washington special says the New York Congressional delegation, Brooks, Wood, Morrissey, Fox and Chanler, had a long interview with the President last night. The subject of gci eral talk included recon struction, confiscation and impeachment, but related particularly to federal appointments for the city of New York. Stewart and other New York city representatives were not pres ent. The President was very cautious and guarded in his remarks, and the delegation left about as wise as it came. The Commercial’s special says ex-Sena'or Foster lias been nominated Minister to Aus tria, and will probably be confirmed. Tho dead lock between the President and tho Senate on appointments has been compro mised by appointing a Democrat and a Repub lican. Additional evidence was presented by Mr. Hulburd this morning inculpating Senators Doolittle and Patterson in the New York Cus tom House matter. Bsslu Items. Boston, March 21. Paymaster General Marshall, of this State, in his final report, shows that since the begin ning of the rebellion Massachusetts paid over thirteen aud one quarter millions in bounties to soldiers and sailors. Detective Baker yesterday arrested a young man, named Horace D. Whitney, for forgeries during the past three months on the Ninth National Bank of New York city to the amount ot over one thousand dollars. Meeting nf ike New Yark Republican Inion Niale Committee. Albany, N. Y., March 21. The Republican Union State Committee met to-day in regard to a State Convention witli the propose 1 Constitutional Convention. The bill is still a subject of conference between the Assembly aud the Senate. It was resolv ed that in case the bill passes, to call a State Convention to meet at Syracuse on the 10th of April with three delegates from each Assem bly District. Wisconsin Legislature* Madison, Wis., March 21. The Assembly to-day reconsidered the pas sage of the resolution submitting to the people the question of extending suffrage to women, and rejected it by a vote of 43 to 37. A hill has been introduced in the Senate to appropri ate $50,000 for the relief of the destitute peo ple of the South. Maryland Legislature. Annapolis, Md., March 21. Tho General Assembly to-night rescinded the Governor’s order to adjourn to-morrow at 12 o’clock. The time for adjournment was not again fixed. The State Senate bill, appropriating $100,000 for the relief of destitute persons in tie South, passed the House to-day. The bill to admit negro testimony in the courts of Maryland pa-sed the House to-day. Virginia Legislature. Richmond, Va., March 21. Tho Legislature to day adjourned until April 10. The State debt interest bill was passed. Miscellaneuas Despatches. Fortress Monroe, March 21. The steamers Pioneer, from Wilmington for Philadelphia, Louisa Moore, irom Newbern tor New York, and the Fairbanks, from Wilming ton lor New York, have arrived at Norfolk short of coal. They report having experienced a heavy storm. Wilkesbobo, Pa., March 21. Alex. B. Wiley was hung here to-day lor the murder of Miss HcKlivee in May last. He de clared on tlio scaffold that he did not inten tionally kill her. Charleston, March 21. Gen. Sickles arrived here to-day and was re ceived with a salute of thirteen guns. Newbern, N. C., March 21. The election here to-day resulted in a unani mous vote for Mayor John Hughes, the South ern candidate for the State Senate. The ne groes voted. Montoomehy, Ala., March 21. Tho captain and crew of the steamer Co quette have arrived here. Site struck a snag at Atlanta landing at 2 o’clock on the morning of the 20tb. The boat and cargo are a total loss. The passengers all escaped. THE MARKETS. - • FiBBDCiRl. New York. March 21. Stocks higher and closed steady. Governments dull but steady; conversions continue large at the Sub Treasury. Gold closed at 134$. Money 7 per cent. Petroleum and Mining stocks more active but gene rally lower. The Post says the stock market shows less firm ness. Governments quiet. Money a shade firmer, the rate being 7. and 5<«D 6 per cent, on Governments. Exchange quiet and firmer. New York Market* New York, March 21. Cotton—howy and 1 @ lc lower; sales 1,809 bales; Middling uplands at 30$ @31c. Flour—5@ 10c better; sales 7,500 bbls.; State at 9 55 no 12 50; Round Loop Ohio 1140 (g> 13 25; Western at 9 60 13 50; Southern tinner at 10 90 @ 10 75. Wheat—firm; sales 37 609 bush ; Milwaukee club No. 2 at 2 42$ @ 2 55; No. 3 at 2 30 @ 2 35. Corn—lower; sales 55,0C0 bush. Mixed Western at 1 17 @ 119. Oats—declining; sales 28,000bush.; Western at62 @ 65$c. Beef—firmer. Pork—firmer; sales 4800 bbls.; new mess at 23 62 @ 23 80; regular old at 22 00 @ 22 50. Lard—heavy; sales 870 bbls. at 12$ @ 13$c. G roceries —q uiet. Naval Stores—firm; Spirits Turpentine at 78 @ 79c. Rosin at 4 25 @9 00. Oils—quiet. Petroleum—firm; sales crude at 16 @ 16$c. Refin ed bonded at 23 @ 24c. Freights to Liverpool—quiet. Corn 6$d per steam er. C'hicago Markets* Chicago, March 21. Flour active but quotations unchanged. Wheat, No. 2 Spring closed at an r-d vance of 2 @ 3c; No. 1 very quiet at 2 40. Corn active but $ @ lc lower; sales •No. 1 at 82$ @ 91c; No. 2 at 82c, closing at 83$ @ 89c for No. 1, and 70$ @ 71c for No. 2. Oats active and $ $c lower; No. 2 \Vinter at 44 @ 45$c, closing at 44$ (tv 44$c. Itye firm but quiet; sales No. 1 at 1 26 @ 1 27; No. 2 at 1 23$. Barley easier at 1 76 @ 1 79 for No. 2; 1 58 @ 1 02 for rejected. Provisions firmer. Mess P*rk at 22 25 @ 22 50. Mess beef at 13 ? 0 @ 17 00. Short rib sides l0$c. Country kettle Lard at 12c; prime city steam a* 13$. Receipts—2.600 bbls. flour, 5,000 centals wheat, 16, 000 centals corn, 3,000 centals oats, 4,000 hogs. Ship ments—7,000 bbls. fiour, 1,000 ceutals wheat, 1,500 centals corn. Cinciunati Markets* Cincinnati, March 21. Flour unchanged. Wheat unchanged but firm. Corn in good demand at 73 («> 74c lor No. 1 in eleva tor, and 81 <o$ 85c in sacks. Oats steady at 53 ® 54c. itye firm at 1 50. Barley firm; sales at 120 @ l 30 for Spring, and 155 @ 1 00 for prime Winter. Whiskey at 26$ @ 27c Mess pork held at 23 00. Bulk meats firmer; shoulders 8$ gj 8$c; sides 8@ 10c. Bacon firm at 9$, 11 $ 12$c. Lard unchanged; city at I3c$ country 12$. Karas 13 lit) 13$c; sugar cured 15 (ffi I5ic. Exchange firm. Money 9 @ 12 persent. New Orleans Markets* n ,, New'Orleans, March 21. Cotton—easier; sales to-day 3,000 bales; low Mid dhngat 294; receinU 1,700 hales; exports 3,890 bales, sugars dull. Molasses dull. Exchange on London 145 s 4.^. Kxchanxo ..n Nc.w york | u. 1>reml am. Freights unchanged. • ^ t Csmerrial—He, ClUf, London, March 20, Evening Consols closed steady at 0! for money. * American Securities.—The following are the closing price®of American securities: Kile Railway sliares 4flf. Illliiois Central shares 78$ ex-div. Unit ed States 5-20's 74$. Paris, March 20, Evening. United States 5-20 bonds sold at 84$. Liverpool, March 20, Evening. The Cotton market was quiet during the day and closed easier at 13$.. 13pi lor Middling uplands; Muhtlingtirleans 1::] - sales to-dav 8,000 bale*. Brcad stnflk—Mixed Western Corn 41s (hi. Provisions— Pork, |.rime extra mess is. cd per 200 the. American Lard 50* 9.1 per cwt . Pr.eiuce—A she* at 34* for pot*. Spirit* Turpentine 37* 0.1 ts-r cwt. Petroleum, re fined Pennsylvania and standard White at Is 7d. Los don , March 21, Noon. Consols for money opened at 9t. AMERICAN Sect hi ties. TIm- following are the current quotations lor American Sceorilies: Illinois Central ltailroad Shares 78*. Erie Railroad shares 39], United States 5-20's advanced to 741. Liverpool, March21. Noon. The Cotton market opens with a downward tenden cy and less active; sal.-* to-dav are estimated at 5,000 hdes. Middling uplands at lGJd; Middling Orleans 13jd. Advices IVotn Manchester are unfavorable and prices tend down. Breadstuff® qntot, (MgR declined to 41- 31 for Mixed Western. Provisions generally attehd.g.-1 Lard duel mod loJOsOd. Produce-Lin. Steel nil Mg ton, Limefd rakes 41*11ft* Kq I ) *»» teed.tty, (you »i* q| Ml UsOl* b pigs. Havana Harbet. Havana, March 14, Noon. Sugars—No 12,7}® 7* reals. Exchange on Lon don, Gold 12$. Money market stringent. Freights, some animation for United States, Bast $1 75 per box. Molasses $5, outpo. ts nor!h or Ratte ras. Charleston, S. C., March 21. Havana advices to tho 14th i“8t*£e tS1” gar—tliere is a better ruling in the market with si large business; sales'at 7$ 7J. Molasses quiet at 5(^6. Exchange firm; GO 15 premium; American 25 @ 26j discount. IJeights aetivc and scarce at U «' 2 i*er l»ox sind 8 (S) 9 per hhd. ti»p iiririo' announces the suspension ot the Bank of Cubaliabilities $500,000. Weir York Stock ITlarkcl. New York, March 21. Stocks—The market is excited. American Gold. 1342 U.S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1862.109* U.S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1804.107^ U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1865,..107? U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons new issue.107* U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons.97; U. S. Seven-Thirties, 1st series...10C U. S. Seven-Thirties, 2d series.105$ U. S. Seven-Thirties, 3d series.105* Boston Water Power Company,. 25s Western Union Telegraph,. 4l i New York Central,.105;? Erie,. • • • 58* Erie preferred.72 @ 74 Hudson.138* Michigan Southern. 75" Michigan Central,. 10*{ Illinois Central,.115* Cleveland & Pittsburg.79$ Chicago & Rock Island. ‘Hi,' Chicago & North Western,.35j( Boston Stork liiNf, Sales at the Brokers’ Board, March 21. American Gold. 134$ United States Coupons, March. 134$ United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. 109* U uited States 7 3-lOths, 1st scries. t<»5* “ 3d series... 105* United States 5-20s, 18£5 . . 10* July, 1866. 107* United States Ten-lorties. 97$ [Sales at. Auction.] Pepperell Manutacturmg Company. 1027$ Boston and Maine Railroad. 1. 2 Eastern Railroad. 109 New Hampshire State Sixes. 99$ Bath City Sixes, 1891. 'M “ 1870 . 95* Augusta City Sixes, 1870. 9 * Bang jr City Sixes, 1871,. 95} Portland City Sixes, 1871. 96 1869 . 1-5* P. A. PRESCOTT, (Lath of the Internal Revenue Bureau, Washington.) Oounsellor-at-Law and Internal Revenue Solicitor, No. 17, State St., Boston. Tt* R. PRESCOTT’S long experience in the Inter l»l nal Revenue Bureau, in (lie “Division of Frauds,” having charge of all cases of violation ol the Revenue 'laws, his amiliarity with Departmen tal practice, and his acquaintance with the Revenue Officers throughout the country, will enable him to be peculiarly success ml in making a special! tv of all matters pertaining to the Revenue Laws. Flo will attend to claims tor Drawback, Abatement, Refund ing, and for the recovery of penalties paid by way ot compromise. He will advise parties as to the man ner of making returns in accordance with law, or as to obtaining decisions from the Department at Washington, and will defend in eases of alleged vio lation ol the law in regard to taxes, penalties or crim inal offences Mr. Prescott will practice Indore the various De partments at Washington. the Supreme Court of the U. S., and the Court ol Claims. For the speedy transaction oi business, Counsel ol high standing, residing in New York, St. Louis, Cin cinnati and Washington, are associated with him. an28eod3m To Samuel IF. Colesworthv. Clerk of the Second Uni versalist Society ol Portland: You are hereby required in the name ot the Shite of Maine, to warn and notify the members of said Society, in said Portland, to meet at the Probare Court Room in said Portland, on Thursday evening. March 28th, 1‘67, at 7$ o’clock, to act upon the follow ing articles, viz: 1st. To choose a Moderator, to preside r.fc said meeting. 2d. To see It said Society will vote to purchase the lot of land belonging to the Pearl Street Universalis! Society, situated on the the corner of Pearl and Con gress streets, upon which to erect a Church. 3d. To act upon such other business as shall legal ly come before said meeting. Given nnder our hands this 19th day of March, A. D., 1867. E. C. SHAW, ) Assessors ISAAC .JACKSON,} of said EDWIN S. SHAW,) Society. mch20-eodtd E. C. BURT’S New Yorlc (roods! Constantly on hand and for sale by T. CURTIS & CO., 62 Milk St., Boston, The only authorized Agents for the sale ot these Goods in New England. T. C. & CO., Also manufacture the finest quali ties ot Crent*’ Mewed and Pegged Calf Boots and Shoes! OF EVERY VARIETY. Mart—T, T & S4w* livery and Hack Stable Notice. HAYING sold my stock and stand to Messrs. Lib by & Dow, I cheerfully recommend them to the patrons of my stable, and would ask for tliem a continuance of tne favors so liberally bestowed on me. EDWIN ULEiBENT. Having bought the stock and taken the stand here tofore occupied by Edwin Clement, we are now' pre pared to furnish all our friends witli first-class teams at reasonable prices, and hope by strict attention to receive a generous share of business. Hacking in all its brandies carefully attended to, under the charge ot the well known “Knight of the Whip,” James Os g< od. Particular attention paid to boarding horses. For Sale as above: Ten Horses, of various kinds, 4 Carryalls, 4 Jenny Linds, 4 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, mch!9-lw H. A. Dow. Afau de Magnolia.—The prettiest thing, the “sweetest thing,” and the most of it for the least money. It overcomes the odor of jierspiration; soft ens and adds delicacy to the skin; is a delightful per fume; allays headache and inhumation, and is a nec essary companion in the sick room, in the nursery and upon the toilet sideboard. It cau be obtained everywhere at one dollar per bottle. Baratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. 8. T.—1800.—X.—The amount of Plantation Bit ters sold in one year is something startling. They would till Broadway six leet high from the Park to 4th street. Drake’s manuiactory 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 “8. T.—1800—X.,” and then got the old granny legis lators to pass a law “preventing disfiguring the lace of nature,” which gave him a monopoly. Wc do not know how this is, but we do know that Plantation Bitters sell os 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.” Barato a pring Water, sold by all Druggists. “In lilting the kettle from the fire I scalded mysel very severely—one hand almost to a crisp. The tor ture was unbearable. * * * The Mexican Mus tang Liniment relieved the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly and left very little scar. Chas. Foster, 420 Broad street, Philadelphia.” This is merely a sample of what the Mustang Lini ment will do. It is iuvuluabe 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 G. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and the pri~ rnte stamp of Demis Barnes & Co, New York. Baratoga Spring W a ter, sold by all Druggists All who value a valuable head of hair, and its pres ervation from premature baldness and turning grov will not fail to use Lyon’s celebrated Katliariou. 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 home alter a sojourn of a few months in New York, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of a rustic Hushed lace, she laid a sol i ruby complex ion of almost marble smoothness, and instead of 2.'I, she really appeared but 17. She told them plainly she used Aagau’s M;ignolia Balm, and would not l*e without it. Any lady can improve licr appearance very much by using this article, it can bo ordered of any <lruggist lor 6# cents Baratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. Heimstroct’s inimitable f I air Coloring has been Steadily growing in favor liir over twenty years ll act* upon the absorbents at tbe root*of the'hair, and changes to it* original color bv degrees. All instan taneous dyes deaden and injure the hair, Heim stroets f* not a dye but is certlin in it* results, pro motes its grow lit, and is a beau ti (Ul Hair Dressing Price 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by nil dealers. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. U VOX’S EXTRACT OF PtRE JAMAICA O.ISOElt— fi>r indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn. Sick Hixnlachc, Cholera Morbus, &c., where a warming, genial stim ulant is required. Its carelul preparation and entire purity makes it a cheap ami reliable article lor culi nary purpose*. Sold everyw here at 5U cents per bot Saratoga Spring Water, son! by all Druggi*t*. h June 14, ’fit*—eodAwly This Salt*. IlE,lr,1 *?,T! !«*. FIXTI RES. AND GOOD . _ Il-i—nHoarding ileus.'. House ■ew and .vntrally bs Impure o« l A 11 jn oil VlllUH h\e martsibw™ m ***“' N,J- *»* ^ng^ St. Notice. " PERSONS clearing the ntin* or digging cellar* will find a good place to deposit their ruffi, on Franklin Wharf. septlO dtt 8. ROUNDS, Wharfinger. Ladies and <*cntlemen will find a very large ami complete assortment ol every dew dpi Ion ot Hoots fin Shoes made in feab 1 ionam; style* nl the bm material, at the *xlenslve I Usui ami site* s (of* nf p, Ji, Ml iskl W * <J»»M | tsaaui fixifFi, Rpsmfi, f*li9dpt PROSPECTUS. “"the Fress For 1807. With the opening of the new year we presented to the renders of the DAlILY PRESS, A Paper Enlarged to the Mize of the large*!. Hew England I>ailae«. The enlargement of our daily edition ix equivalent to the addition of between three ami four •olumns to its size. This additional space will be devoted to de tails ot important events, which we hav* heretofore been obliged to give in brief, and to selections from current literature, grave or gay. such as we have lately been obliged to omit altogether. What the character of the paper thus enlarged w ill be, its past history will show. The Press was es tablished primarily to represent the Republican par ty of Maine. It was impossible for the controlling party of the State to remain voiceless in this city. The Press 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 i>erind ot jealousy 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, w hich seems likely to prove longer than most of us antici 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 tlie South as well as at the North—equal rights for all secured by equal laws, freedom *>f speech, freedom of the press, impartial suffrage. Ol the profound convictions of the R&publioau party t>i Maiue, the Press will remain a faithful exponent. We have engaged Begulur C'orreMpoudentw in Wnahingfo ay 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 has already arrived. To the people of Maine, and especially to people who have business relations with Portland, wo hope to make the Press more valuable than any pai»cr published out side of Die State can possibly be. We shall publish the same telegraphic summary as other New England newspapers. Wc shall not publish special dispatches from Washington, but we thatl have regular correspondence from that {point, and a Oaily Summary of Maine News which readers hero would be sorry to miss. We shal have Full nud Accurate Market Reporta, forwarded l»y 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 Maine Shipping, in foreign and domestic ports, will be published as heretofore. There will be NO INCREASE IN THE PRICE Of flic Daily Press. For EIGHT DOELARE A TEAS I Wo expect to Airnisli a paper, Tlie Largest in the State, ami as larcc as In oilier Slates is offered for ton ot twelve dollars a year. THE MAINE STATE PRESS Is not like many weeklies, a mere waste basket for tlie leavings ol 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 appear in the daily, together with a considerablejunount of Matter Expressly Prepared for its Columns We shall add to itc attractions during the coming year, An Agricultural Department, To be conducted by the Her. WILLIAM A. DREW, of Augusta, a veteran journalist, widely and favorably known in Maine, and a contributor lor sometime past to the Press over the signature of “Traxi.” Mr. Drew’s special qualifications for this work need no heralding. The Shipping Xeics of the IVeeitt Will be published without abridgment in tbe State Press, as will also the Jievietv of the Portland Markets, And the Brighton MarJcet lleporis. To country traders the weekly report of Portland prices currrent alone will be well worth the subscrip tion price. In addition to a careful Digest of General and Stale Seivs, We shall also furnish weekly a pago ol Miscellaneous Reading for the Family. The weekly edition is made up in eight large pages, ol six columns eaeh, and is the Largest Weekly Paper in New England. It is offered to the public at the low price of 4 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. - NOTICE* OF THE PRIM. [From the Christian Mirror. 1 Tiie Press has been enlarged since New Year’s. We are glad to see such evidence of prosperity. With such papers as Portland now Iurnishes we see no need ol 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 Dail\ Press, which in its present enlarged form, and with its excellent editorial management, is certainly the leading journal of Maine, and equal to any in New 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 ol 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 increase its prosper ity. [From the Portland Transcript.] The Daily Press begins the new year much en larged in size; we arc glad to see sucli an evidence oi the prosperity ot this excellent journal. The Press has swung around the circle to another arrangement of its editorial and news matter; iil’ter all, the old second and third page arrangement, presenting edi torials and news together was the best. (From the Portland Advertiser, Jan. 2.] The Daily Press appeared yesterday morning in an enlarged form. It m now (ully equal in size to any daily i»aper in New England. In the arrangement ol reading matter it has returned to the original style, which we think quite au improvement in its appear ance. Its news is judiciously and carefully selected, and a general culture and literary taste characterizes its contents. As a good lamily newspaper it lias no su perior; ami while Mr. Lincoln occupies tlie city ed itor’s chair there will be 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 coteraporary, and we hope it will never l»e found necessary to curtail the dimensions of this enterprising and respectable sheet. [From the Easteru Argus, Jan. 21 —The Press appeared vesterdav morning enlarged by the addition of 2$ inches to the length of its col umns. its make-up lias also been changed again, ami on the whole it presented a decidedly improved appearance. Our co tempo—ry’s “new clothes” are somewhat larger than our?, but th« “ biggest are not always Lite best.” IFrom the Portland Evening SUv, Jan. l.J The Daily Press appears this morning in an en lace • form, making it now fully equal in size to any daily newspaper in New England. The editor, in his New Year’s Salutatory, shows that the success of I the (»aper for the past year lias been most gratifying, and we are glad of its prosperity. The return to the original stylo of arranging the contents «»f tin* paper, is one of the most agreeable features of the change. (From the Bangor Whig.] I —Tlie Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st of Junuar\ to about the size of the Boston Daily p«*t and Advertiser—which are our largest New England dailies- and It now makes a very handsome appear ance. This evidence of prosperity on the part of so good ami reliable ai* »l* r us the Press is gratify tug. It shows, too, that Portland has lost nothing ot vigor, enterprise or resonn e, by the great fire, but that its Course is still on ward—tout Its busim-ss is in I'an in creasing, notw ithstanding tlie apparent calamity of last rear—and dial its promise or commercial great neas is certain to lie fit’til led. The Press is among the beat of the New England papers, and ita present appearance is a credit to the btate. ( the Bath Times.] tr The Portland Press c< me* out greatly enlarg ed, and we r—irt »« n*>w gives another settler to tlie •uestlon which is “the prim-ifial (taper in Portland.” It is bound to distance ita competitors. (From the Lewiston Journal, Jan. I.] The Portland Press has increased its size equiva j lent to an addition of three or four columns. This

enlargement, following so clofdy upon iu reanrrer tnui from the ashes ot the great fire, showiTttiat the j iinciples it advocates and its ellortH to cater to the literary tastes of ita readers are appreciated by the public. Tlie alditional sp ce now obtained w ill be devoted to details of ini|*>rtnnt events, and selections from current literature. (From the Worcester (Mass.,) Spy.] The Press.— Among the (ta(»ers that commence the new year with enlarged sheets and manifest signs of I prosperity, arc the Portland Press and the Hartford , Evening Press. The former is tlie largest and best daily in the State «t Maine, and the l itter we have 1 long regarded as one of the ablest of our Connecticut exchanges. [From the Bangor Times.] rr- Tlie Portland Daily Press conies to us consid er tblv enlarged and with a return to its old style of | “ make-up.” This enlargement—so soon after the Sient lire—to a .-ize cquuiwlth tl)e leading Hixson allies, speaks favorably for the prosperity of vie : «»ty and Indicates a good degree «'f euterptira on flip 1 l^Wlctora. TU« Press (h ftfitul v*Jw VMihy, );^ ^b[«i oonBiiittMir?, itn»l h* ffje will* I t l,f h*s dominant h $ pnet IM4# IjMttJ WANTED. W Book-keeper. A N TED by a young man of practical experi ence, and who can bring the beat of recum menoaQona, a aitoati m a» book-keeper or salesman. Address!!. W. B, Portland Post Office, mr21dlw* Piles and Lumber Wanted For Union Wharf. 250 o 300 Spruce and Hemlock Piles 25 feet 25 to ;>0 Spruce and Hemlock Piles 30 feet long, loo iiackmeta: Fenders 25 feet long. All not less than 12 in. at the Out and 8 at the top. Also550 leet running feot hemlock limber 10 x 12. too sticks hemlock 10 to 12 leet long 8x8. 35 to 10 M3 in hemlock plank 15, 20 and 25 leet long. Apply to JOSEPH H. WHITE, Starch 8—eod3w Wharfinger. Bookkeeper. WANTED by a young man of practical extieri ence, and who can bring the best of city reler cnees, a situation as Bookkeeper cr Salesman, where close attention to business will be appreciated Al'l'ly to W. H. JEKRIS, manatt_ Under Lunc&ster Hull. A Tailor Wanted, A Good reliable, practical Cutter can hear of* a good situation, by applying to the subscriber at tils Clothing Store, Nos. 1G2 P'ore, and 15 Moulton ISV d3w. ^FUED HAsKELL, j Agents Wanted ! «EO»GB II. BLAKE, „ . , GENERAL AGENT, FeM-3pt_ No 8 Clapp's Block. Wanted Immediately —AT THE— .New Employment Office ! No 220 1-2 CotujrexH St, 3<l Door West of City Building (up Htair».) Cl IHLS capable of doing all kind* of house-work, a to whom good situations will be given. Also LABORERS for various kinds of work, and CLERKS for every kind of business. fcJr 'VVc are able at all times to supply parties in any part of the State with GuO> RELIABLE HELP, either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors, Farmers and others will be supplied with Men and Bovs forall kinds ot em ployment Fhee of CHARGE. * Don’t forget the num ber, 2291 Congress Street, next to City Building, Port land, Me. CrOUftldAY A tiffi**' Feb 22—dtf ; j Flour Barrels Wanted! ON and after January 2d, 1867, we shall resume the purchase ot Flour Brls. for CASK, at the Office ot the Portland Sugar Co., 27 1*2 Dnnforth St., FubE'lK_J. B. BROWN & SONS. Wanted Daily ! ! AT The General Agency and Employment Office No. 351 1-3 Congress Nirret. All per sons wishing to secure good Girls lor any respecta ble employment, will find them at this office. Also please notice. We will st ud you men and hoys lor any work in city or country, Iree ot charge. I if ' We want good American, Provincial, Irish and Colored Women and Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every .lay lor all orts oi situations in this City and vicinity. Give us a call. COX & POWARS Portland, Me., Jan. 25, '67. janSO dtf WANTED ! EVERYBODY to know that store 335 Congress St, lias been replenished with a new stock of Clothing, Furnishing Hoods, Hoots and Hats, Which will he sold cheaper than ever. f^r'Kemenihcr the sign, California Cheap John. March 5^-dtf Flour Barrels Wanted. WE wifi pay 30 cents each for first class Floor Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., novl3dt! 139 Commercial street. Chambers to Lei. fiVJJB W. W. Carr & Co.’s store, No. 3 Exchange V_/ near Fore St, that will accommodate 150 work men at shot-making, tailoring, or many other kinds of business. Fer Sale. One Jot of Land near the head of Wilmot street, fbrsixty-flvecents per foot; also, a lot near head ot I Deer street, about 31 by 55 feet, for $1200; also, a two story House and lot on Munjoy Hill tor $2500; also, one House and Lot on Merrill’s Court, Chestnut stredt, that will let for $300 per yebr; also, one bouse on Mount ford street, with about 6000 feet of land more or less; this house belongs to the estate of the la e Lemuel Tukey, and will be sold at a bar gain. Terms easy. Apply to mclHdlm W. W. CARR & CO. Wanted. Hemlock and Pine Timber. TO^n Lineal teefc 14x14 Hemlock and 750 lineal feet 12x12 Pine Timber. 1>. T. CHASE. March 9—S,T&Ttf LOST AND FOUND. * Found. A GRAY Squirrel Collar, which the owner can have by applying at Dr. Ludwig’s, Congress* Wanted. A GOOD American or Nova Scotia GIRL, to do general house work in a f mail family. Apply at. 455 Congress st. inr20d3t* Agents Wanted Male and Female, FOR RICHARDSON’S NEW WORK BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI, The Crent Pictorial Work of (he Age ! Over 25,000 Copies ALREADY Ordered, and the work not yet out of press. Agents are reporting wonderful success. Those with other books stand small chance where this is offered. GF^f“ Agents consider it the easiest and best selling work they ever had. For Agencies apply to or address JT. PATTEN FITCH, No. 233j Congress Street, Portland, Me. marl6 dlw* Wanted. AN experienced Salesman in the retail Dry Goods business; one who can give good City reference, may hear of a permanent situation by addressing Box 1018 Portland Post Ollice, giving real name and references. xuarlGtt Dob Lost. A SMALL Black and Tan Terrier. Answers to the name of “ Pet.” A liberal reward will be paid for his return to 139 Danlorth Street. HENRY H. FURBISH. March 13. • dtt Wanted. PA AAA FLOUR BARRELS, at Forest tlUtUUV/ City Sugar Refinery, West Com mercial, near foot of Emery street. Proposals will also l>e received for new Sugar Bar rels, and a sample may l>c seen at the office of the Company, 159$ Commercial, at corner of Union St. Iebl2d&wti T. C. IIERSEY TO LET. To be Let, ROOMS over H. H.11A Y’S Ajiothccary Store, suit able for an office, den.iBt, or any light business. Enquire of JORDAN & RANDALL, 145 Middle Street, Evans Block. March 21. dtf_ To Let. A FRONT ROOM adjoining the Chamber occupied by the Merchant’s Exchange. Also several desirable rooms in the new buildings near tbc corner or Middle and Exchange Sts. If ap plied for now they can be fitted up to suit the appli cants. Apply to NATH’L F. DEEIUNG, No 19 Free Street, Mar 18. marl9d3w To Let, IJOOMS in second and third story Griffith Block. A No. 21} Free Street. Also, rooms in third ami fourth story No». 142 and 141 .Middle Street. Apply to II. J. LIBBY & CO. March 18,1887. dtf TO LET J PLEASANT room* with board, nr a* lodging rooms, at reasonable rates, at 31 Free street. Refer ence* required* lebJMtt. To Let. rpITE Chandler (2d story) over E. T. Ehlen * Co’s, I Free Street Block, siiilalde tbr .lobbing or Wholesale Business. Inquire of T. J. LITTLE, n Commercial sire,.'. CTKev can be found at E. T. Ehlen & Co'. Mar 2—dtf For ltent. OFFICES In 'he third story of building on corner of Exchange ami Milk Street*. Enquire at of fice ot OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Falx 25. U Lx, hange Street. To Let. FIRST, second and third lolls oyer E. T. EMen A L»,.'s store. Free Street Block: also, offices over Helilotterlaxk'*, and over Uroewan A Co.'s, hi new block corner Brown and Congress streets. jantt-iRf J. B. BROWN To Let. One Brick Store, three stories, No. SO Union street. Apply to jaldtf ST. ,'OHN SMITH. Tr» Let THE three storied Brick Store M Fore, toot ot Plum Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, febttSdtf Plum Street. MR. W. HA VEM ANN contemplates making Portland his residence, and will Ik. pre|*ar«.d to give lessons in Music and the German and Span ish Languages, aftbk aprii. i, iso?. Persons desirous to take lessons may leave their address at Paiue’s Music Store, corner of t enter and Congress Streets, where circulars niny bo found. J{eftrencf8-~Hon. A. K. Stevens, Dr.S.Fitch, Clins. P. Merrill, Esq-, W. W. Stevens, Esq , N P. lthh ardson, Esq., J- H. Hall, Esq. inchl2eodlm PIAMO for sale. ASUPKKIOU ? Oriii.c PIANO FORTE. Lowest Cash Pi ice 8075. Will be sola for $o50, Ag It must be soUl immediately. K. ». nOBIMOH'*, Hitt** Rsn*tt !I4? 1,-4 N*i j I A1i|f jfMtf ’ • ■ ■ i REAL ESTATE. Farm lor Sale. THE homestead of the late Scott I>yor, Cajw Elis abeth, lour miles south of Portland Brioge, con taining about 100 aeri B, good soil, in suite of cultivation, tences ail stone wall, young orchard, 7ft trees grafted tYuit. Pleasantly located. School and Church within I mile. For terms. Ac., apply on the premises or to ’ E. O. KOBINSON, mcli20—tf *3 Moulton Street. Hou^e and Lot for Sale, SITUATED in Westbrook, near tlie end of Tur key's Bridup. A story and a half house, with 0,G<K) feet of laud, shade and fruit trees. House con tains eight rooms, with large attics, and has stable room f..r one horse and carriages, connected. It is lo cated on tho corner <d* Winslow Street and the road leading to the Marine Hospital. Price $2,000. Ap ply to L. A. BACH ELDER. (King. Thnrlow & Co.) 1G5 Commeicial St. March 20. dlui* House tor Sale. rilHE convenient double bouse corner of South and ... Streeis. Each tenement contains nine finished rooms, and may be sold separately For further particulars, empire of the subscriber oil the premises, No. 15 Spring Street. • MRS. J. S. EAT* »N March 12, lt>ti7. marjodtf A Good Farm WITHIN 3 miles of Portland, containing more than one hundred acres, plenty of wood and yvater, is offered for sale, or will exchange for real es tate in Portland. Apply to mch20—lw W. II. JERRIS. For Sale. A FARM IN WELLS, MAINE. Estate of the late Samckl Hatch, contains about ;»o acres, 40 to 50 ot - good wood land and pasture, good — 24 story House with L., 1 rge Barn, Sheds, &c. 'The Farm is located at Wells Corner on main road; churches aud schools near, and in the iimne date vicinity of the well know n summer re sort, Wells Beach; will be sold low and on i asy terms to close up the estate. Those wishing to see t lie Farm can apply to SAMUEL ELDlilDGE, near the premise*. For terms, &c., inquire of GEORGE U. illCHLBORN & CO., No. I Seollay’a Bud ting, or address Box 111 P. o. Boston, Mass. niarlullm FOR MAL E. A DESIRABLE Double Brick House, Hinted root, on Spring Street, between High and Park, with modern improvements, heated thoroughly by steam, piped for gas with fixtures; with :» good Stable. Abundance of hard and soft water in the house,with about 10,000 feet of laud. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER. Mar 15—d3w Lot lor Halo. THE lot on the northerly side of I leering Street, adjoining the residence of lien. J. J>. Fessenden. Said lot is sixty-two feet front and one hundred feet iu depth. Apply to J. C. PROCTER, marlGdtf Real Estate Agent, Middle St. Brick House for Sale. MA good Brick House on Maple st, conta niug ten loom#. Hot and < old Water, Has, brick cistern, good cellar, slated roof, Ac. -apply to '*'• **. JERKIS, Kc»l Eslatr Agnit. Mar 12 dim* Kor Sale. HOITSE now occupied by the subscriber. No. 70 Free Street. Possession given imuirdiaudv. For term*, Ac., call as above, or at No.;; CCVral wharf. mchl2dtf_ G. j,. STOKEtt. For Sale. THE fine lot of Land on spring, near High street known om the Boyd lot, containing iboul lo,ww fwt; also about 2*0,000 Brick and 2* 0 |*rch of Stone. Said lot will be Hold with or without, the material. For farther particular!* enquire of JOHN G. ToL FOKI>, or CHARLES SAGER.mchlldtl FOB SALE! ^pHE Stor«* and Land occupied by Charles W. Thompson, at Kerry VilLige in < ape Elizabeth * the store is nearly new and contains a large Hall. is about ttrty rods from Kerry Whart, is the best place for trade unywheie outside ot Portland. For par ticulars cuqu ire ot Thompson at the store or of I. W. PARlvEK, 2*9 Congress Street, Portland. Maine. ____Maf9d3w* House and Lot for Sale Very Low. HOUSE new, containing seven rooms, will be sold for $1,100, if applied for immediately. ALSO: Lota f*r sale .it prices irom oue cent to $2 per foot. Enquire of JOSEPH REED, Real Estate Agent. Oak St. mar Congress. marSdtf Brick House lor Sale. ON Brown Nirrei, containing Fourteen finish ed Rooms, hard and soft water, gas and other modern improvements. Posssessiou i iven April 1. Apply to D. If. Ingraham, Esq., or W. H. JERRIS, marCdtf _Real Estate Agent. For Sale. A N OfHce Safe ot John E. Wilder’s manufacture, ;**■ suitable lor Railroad, Manutorturers’ or Bank ing purposes, measuring 5 feet 3 in. in height, 4 feet width, 2 feet 3$ in. deep, with interior solo and draw ers. For sale by C. A. & A. BLANCHARD, 105 State Street, Boston, Mass. q teblSdtt House for Sale. ON NEAL STREET, Upper Half of the Brick Front House, containing in all I i* Rooms—ce mented Cellar, hard and soft 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. JERRIS, mar 2 dtf Real Estato Agent. For Sale or Lease. Tho Fine Lot corner of Exchange and Congress Streets, 120 feet on Congress and 56 leet on Exchange St. Will be let for ten or twenty years, on favorable terms. A Block of Seven Stores m this central loca tion would pay a good interest. Apply to W. II. JERRIS. marldtf. Valuable Beal Estate for Sale. THE line estate comer Brackett ai.<l Walkei St*. The lot contains over 26,000 square feet.1 Title perfect and terms favorable. Apply to a W. 11. JERRIS, marl dtf Real Estate Agent. Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. rpHE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil 1 lageot Fryeburg, Oxford county, Maine, is of fered for sale ar a bargain, if applied for soon. The House Is large, in good repair, with furniture and fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire of HORATIO BOOTHBY, _ _ Proprietor. Or Hanson & Dow, 544 Union st. Fryeburg, Sepr. 29,1866. dtf House lor Sale. A goo*I House two stories, Stable attached, hard and soft water, good lot centrally located—con venient for two ininilies, if desirable. Inquire at 13 Hanover or 1S4 Foie T o. J- A. FENDERSON. Jan. 24, 1867. dtf TVTOTICK. I will sell on favorable terms as to J.1 payment, or let for a term of years, the lots on the corner of Middle and Franklin streets, and on rranklin street,including thecorner of Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH & REED Attorneys, Portland. jyl2ti Desirable Store Lots FOR SALE, N COniUKRCIAL NTRGET. THE subscribers offer tor sale the lot of land on the southerly side ot Commercial Street, head of Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 by 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS U. PERLEY, tf _ ur \y. s. DANA. Farm for Sale. I WILL sell mv firm near Allen’s Corner West brook, about three miles from Fort laud, one mile from horse cars, aud Westbrook Seminary. Said farm contains al>out 100 acres, part ot it very valuable lor tillage, and part ol it tor building lots. There is a good house, tyro largo bar us, and out lious es on the premises, it will be sold together, or in lots to suit purchasers CYliUS THURLOW, sepll-dti 1C5 Commercial St. Farm for Sale. THE well known Cushman Homestead—one of the most delightin' and desirable country residences in the county, situated in the town of New Glouces ter, is ottered for sale on the most favorable terms. The above farm is bcautiftilly located on the main road, 18 miles from Portland, only ten minutes walk from Fownal depot and Post Olllce. it corsists of 120 acres of excellent land, conveniently divided—prin cipally by stone fences—into tillage, pasturage aid woodland; a fine orchard, containing 1000 thrifty apple trees; a splendid garden well tilled with a vari ety of pear and plum trees, strawberries, raspberries, currants, ami a large grape arbor,covered with choice vines, from which 8 to 10 bushels of grapes are gath ered .annually \ also a handsome tiower garden, or namental trees, &c.t Ac The buildings consist of a fine brick House, three stones high, containing 16 rooms, with large two story brickL; a fine new stable and carriage house a«lJoiuing the L; together with two launs. one new, 80 by 40 feet: wood sheds, work shops ami other out buildings, all !u good order. There is a convenient and abundant supply of well water; also a largo never-tailing cistern of soft water in cellar of L. In addition to the ulstvc farm, and laving a<(ja« cut to it, arc two other lota, each containing l lit acres m the finest tillage and lumber land in the coantv; either or both of wbi*h will he sold h cnaMrtkm with or separate from the ll *me Farm. For particu lar* enquire of Hon. <}«. W. Woodman, Arm of Wtpdmia, True 4k (*o. or ol J. N. Lord, firm ol SlrtMn. I/»H 4k Haskell, Portland, or of 4. F. P. CUSHMAN, on tLe prsmlsm. me (dr*d«&«3» Farm lor hale*. “ Mark Allen** estate, entoalnmg two hnn 1 «ln*d acres, situated wPhm one and » half mttee oj Fownal hfot, In Fownal, t'onniv of laiwt. Sabi tarui ie well divUhd into pastaras'. til lage ami w*md land. Is well water. 4. haa guild and convenient budding* cut* some sixty ton* •»( hay, ami haa wnie twelve huitdnW cords at iwirlantakk w>mm| for the market, h hies enough tor tin* hrm. This estate would mak*- two fnml fins*, and will be suht together or in separate Iota. Inquire ol J«kx II. Noyt a, near the i-reiolis *. «>r t IIARLES C. t v tftlt. Executor, 99 Lisbon Stree , Uvatus, Me. March 13. MdAvrf For Sale—House on Park St HR1NG ab w) «o remove man tfci* ei»v I > 9tr um sale mv H**n*e,No. Aft Park St. It is gn»*i star and c*mveu ent, web nil the modern iu»|*r*v«*a»et»ta, |i.«,h:ng room. In which la Hot and < «»W water, Gw-, Furnace. Ac. On <-cted with 1mm e is a |>m! stable. F.» session gi'en first d»\ of Mat next. Enquire at Ns. 49 1 t wasnsereinl *M. Head of Hobaot/a wharf, of 4. H. if milen, tlie subscribe,STEPHEN FATTEN, or of W H. .1 ERR IS, Heal Estate Agent. JunNOeodtr FOlt sale. \ Desirable Residence at CuiuWrland Center former residence of Watson New hall. A good Two Story llniisc well tarnished, jointed and Wind ed, with an L., WSal lions**. Carriage House. Ham I Ac., with aboni Twenty Acres ot Land, a urge or chard, yielding some itars lot) hair* Is <»r apples. Will be .wild low. huiuo lat |h>#s,mdon *>iven Inquire ot JOHN C. PROCTER iuarl«n!cod:(w Houses for Sale ! TWO new lj story Houses just completed, with 7 finished rooms. l*ricc f,NO®, within fifteen minutes walk of the Post Office, together w ith other houses at prices from 91.500 to si O.OOO. -also To Lease, 50 HOUSE LOTS sml several Store ami Wluirl L'.ts, at prices from Enquire of MONIES No 63 North St., between tlio hours ol 8 & 10$ A. Sf. and 2 & 5 p. M., where puma ol lots may be seen. Mar 6dlw t cm!3w__ For Sale, or for Lons; Lease. ItWO ol those Storo Lots on the Northerly side of Middle Street, near the head of Plum street, rc i eently oovowl bytlK- Granite Block. ; to JWWARU Vi»S h* EtIKN STFKfJS. •ENTERTAIN MENT8. Portland Theatre I ^•le l.rawa and Bunager.. HIUITII, HiDLII * CO. ««age Director, VV. K. HUBRIDAN. The above place of amusement will open on or about, the FIRST op APRIL, for a Spring and Sum.nm^eason, with a FIRST DRAMATIC COMPANY! fpgr- For farther particulars see bill,. March 22 dtf D.KKK1 TnK* 11A 1;I.. Two NijflitN Only. Monday k Tuesday, March 25 k 20. t^a. rites's CARNIVAL [MINSTRELS! Universally admitted and undeniably tlie I'hampion Troupe of A merlon! And the .Autocrats of all Minstrelsy. 24 liriUiant FtJiiopian Stars, Six Comedians, including the greatest of all living Burlesque Actors, Billy Buuuiug, nud II. AV. Egnu. *°“r ' '>« Lancers— The Champions Miko and Ned \V est, and the wondrous Utica Bo's. Marvelous Vocal Quintette-Sweet, Wheaton, Church, Brandon and l Inter. Ned Kneeiand’. Magnificent Orchestra Frank B wle.’ Great Brass Band. An entire now programmee by the Largest and must Versatile Company, and mo t extraordinary Combination of Instrumental, Vocal, Comic anil Terpsichorean Talent crerconfedciuteil In one organ ization. Admission 35 cents. Reserved seats Ml ft, i'll As. B. Uki.ik, Agent. D. C. LA RUE. Manager. uiar2tahic Peering Hall, - Portland, Thursday Even'ng, Mar. 28. fir. P. S. <-lmold . Has the honor to :uinounce a Grand Concert* Wilh the following unrivalled array of Talent: C l Til I,LA IHM>, The best Violinist in America. Madame Bertha Johaunnen, The Celebrated Prim* Donna of tbo Grand German Opm. Mr. Carlyle Petersilea, The best Pianist in America. Mr. M. M. Arbuckle, The best Comet Player iu America. Dr. C.A. G uihnette, The great Lyrical Deoluimer and best Basso. Cantan ta in America. Mr. John A. Howard, 7 Accompanist. ALFRED V01J KOCHOW, Agent. The Programme will be made up of tlio most Popular Compositions of the Best masters. Tickets Fifty Cents. Reserved Seats Seventy-tive cents; for sale at William Paine’s Music Store, and at the door on the evening of tin* concert. Doors open at, 7—concert to commence at 8 o’clock. March 19—dtd Marrett, Poor & Co., Haring taken tlie Chambers 311 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ HALL, Are now prepared to offer their Iriends and the pnb lie a large and well selected stock ol CARPETINGS! Paper Hangings CURTAIN GOODS, Ac., Vjjf* Purchasers of the above goods are respect fully invited to oxaminc our stoc k which is New, Clean and Desirable. July 30 dtf THOMES, SMARDON & 00, Havo this day opened their New Store! NO. SO UNION STREET, And are i>repared to show the TILfDK a full New Stock of Fine Woolens, And Tailors’ Trimmings! Just Received irom New York and Ronton. And which they offer at the very Lowest Jobbing IPrices : The TRADE are respectfully Invited to examine our Stock before purchasing. Fa a if cis o. Thomks. Gkouge h. Sxabdoji. marls Itf Elmwood Nursery, This Side Rood ford's Corner, Westbrook. PREBLE Street Cars pass the Nursery evory forty minutes. A good collection of Hardy, Green Itonne and Bedding Plant* may always lie found at the above place and at rea sonable rates. Wreaths, Crosses, Bouquets and Cut Flowers furnished at short notice. Particular attention paid to preserving and ar ranging Funeral Flowers. P. O. Address Box 1702, Portland, Me. mchlodlw* C. 9. BRYANT. FFMTIEISBEMtS. OAA TONS Cumberland Puro Raw Bone Phos. of Lime. 50 Tons Coe’s Phosphate of Lime. 25 Tons E. F. Coe’s Phosphate of Lime. 20 Tons Lloyd’s Phosphate of Lime. 500 Barrels Lodi Powtrette. 300 Barrels Littlefield's Poudrette. 400 Barrels Fish Guano. 85Pfor sale at Manufacturer’s Prices, by KENDALL & WHITNEY. Feb 8, 1867. te9d3mis Oread Collegiate Institute, For Young Ladies, Worcester, Mass BUILDINGS repaired and roMaM. Now In the most nourishing condition it lias been since its esta’dlshmcnt in 184s. Summer Term begin*. April 12. Send for Circular. HARRIS K. GREENE, A. M., Prioriml. MISS S. B. PACKARD, Am». i'nut‘<|«l. marl'd im Portland Five Cent Sirius Bank, No, 10 Free Street. nKTOPITK 111*1.' in thi. Hank .* or hnf.wr April 1, will he nut on inter*** on that day, and regu lar IWvidewd will he payable in Ortulwr. Hp«(*hl I will he received at aay time.par able on *U iiiand. mU*rw*i from day of •hy-wif, at m> »• rate a* ntr he rrM up n when ikyiaAH. NATH’L F. DKEKING. TrraMrvr Cortland. March ft. 1*7. marlAA m.Ajwf Photoyrnyhs! Photmjrnyh«/ A. W. llAVIM, UroTlD rwpwtXvXy b*» t*rmnt < «>tNMrv , ' and tW* pwbHr wn»f»Ht, that be la aa h*M «*t mi N«». *T MAKKKT M/I UK, thw to w«M Ik happy la ramlu ail l torn aiabutg kir hakfrayhi, AalMiyw^ «a. X. X. All V«f* *«vmi«L fMUKKT AXE. SI MAXftKT IQOAU. J-M f • rrrr or romnjxni. I" fc>»» «• *»«•« **» AuMmaan. I _ Mar h b*m, M.. | the jH iUrt* at Wormt Oty Xagar Keflam la wnd and aw it« nan «iMa eag ji« » la itoir bwXttwg tm WrM iVampHtl <tmi <¥i^rW — That Aatmnftav. (hr ».»h *la« «K Avail arti, at 4 vVWk P. M., at tUa Maynr v* *afcw. la M*r hat llall, ha awign** I a the Hvm* mi l p store fto ibr r. nhilantMi of *aM p(Kka, ami that wbiaM*lkMM> glw vollfr thereof W ( Hblhhmf thh "VtlrT m ana «*f f tha 'tally |*aprlh <>f t Hi* ally Aar liana, the aval p*»h lu aii'*) U> Ur at Waal fbartran «Ut« tofcvwhaml> ihpt all pi r« as iaierwvol auv iutf* v ami he h-ar«l t»#va oa Alt -at—JT. M. HEATH* <?•** CkA. Attmt-J. M. Heatw, City tkrk. Mart h ». Iftff. «l«t_ To Brick Maker*. mH K siihM-riitr of ere h*r “ale a if c«T dwelling 1 bouao and taraae ee«f U«d, within tea minute* ride «f refill ail 1 b • m«**t «»t the land i» day, on a hill able, and 1* a ioe lurallua f^r a bris k maker.— There i* a good vpi lng of water on the lot. * inch in ! bounded by a running etrs-nin. TUi* is a rare chance and will Ik* told low it’ applis «i for imiuciiiiU-lt. _ , . W. 117 .IKKRH, t tpiKMsitc Preble llooae. Portland. March 20. dlw* l*ortlauil Couimaiulery, K. T., lyiU-hnU'l* Anncal Comi.avrbi Mr, I,in oYYckP.M?1,‘0n MuIMla> ,,f xt- “»«l« »th, “ 7 T,‘e ,l,u,ual reports wi’l he,cent tor lh ensuin* you elecuu, ami any ut|,er bimmil which q«tS7to^»ctuaie8,table’a“'‘ "‘t n“UrJ ““ rC By order of the K. Commander IRA BERRY, Recorder. Portland, March 18.18B7. marly-U: Steamers for Sole. CTERN WHEEL STEAMERS “Falcon,” and v "Clarion,” 2 year* old, of the followlne dlmon sions: Length to i feet; width over all 28 fecij 4J feet; draf of water 3.; inches; i f B«od s|> od, " large freight and passenger capacity. In goi u oriti and n ady for servin', with pill Inve 'o>rv, Bminimnf ip is* * ST'.'HPl'Aft l. j.pdi»8'i|i.t ' T-1' "IfW ArCTlON SALKS. ^ K. M. PATTKH A CO., AUCTIONEERS, office plum street. Closing out Sale. A sball*™]ougbtulSu*"*. uur P"*611* 9,ore. *e A. M„ wi.hoat"he iIZ1?;- SbKhiSW, at 10 0'clo.k in. consisting ol Dry Uia,?u,rJro,»?il tIlu Htuck ***®r® Uoylies, Quins, Blanket <\’.tr!<;h a“J'i,,eUM» Towels, »kin». Crash, Hosiery,Ski«» u!£»Br"vl,'lot,V U"8' Flannel*, 1 ’ u ‘"™, Ve»t», Paul*, Nix Milrer Plated |n Pi,C|,rr. Cake Baskets, Spoons, Forks, Butter Knir... -r.n. Cutlery Carver*. Albums Note PW. uTaSSU Suspenders, houmaing. labio Damask. * Also, six Carnots eigut Bed# and Mat reaaee seven Harnesses. Halters, Cvrcinglc#, bags Nuts, ’arrel*, .show Case, What-Not, Tables, Stove, 1*1*1. form Scales. Ac.. Ac. i he abote must lx? sold without regard to Dice, weather fair or loul TO BE LET, Store now occupied bv u*. Possession lit of April* March ,t. d,d *■ FATTEN * CU„ Aucfr*. K' **A'I"Fkh & 4)0., Auetioarem PUliM STKEiJT. Orist Mill on IH‘eriiiK’8 Bridge ut Auction. ON TUEsnw .. theprcmlW« 3 o’clock, on private niltM will i* disposed of ut established dr Ut y|iii * 'f,®®* r* serve. the long aUuateil on LLc K'tial ihorouJSi'111*•* 11 *» the host book i ountry tiav. ^i^'l iuto Portland ot trade of Portland, aiila C‘*.’l7m .^w “fw,,lr U7 Meal Mild Fetid. There Je tw one for Sail, with a Dry I to, an |„C »,m'u“ ''f »h'«e», tors for Corn and .Salt, and rift in c,M>,i nil Terms cash. For pai Ueulars .’Si* . ut,l,,r KDW. U. BURDIN, in lidlltu_IL1)| ommon tal street. Auction.—lfeal Fstate. ON Wednesday, March 27th, 18<;7. ut lo| o'clock A. M., on the premises, the well known el« gant mansion of the lat lion. John She ploy, nituaten in the centra of the thriving Citv td Saco, only thirty minutes from Cortland four tnnes a day. The house L in complete repair, gas and gas fix tures throughout; large cistern; cemented cellar, aijd a largo and convenient Hiible attached. Tins i» .1 very d atrahle situation. and worthy the Sltontloo oi parties wishing a beaui.till rre.denc terms made known a mUt. For arih ulars *n ‘ wn fh#> premise* 0f j. c Ml! * PI.FT, Fsq.. W H. RIVjnwaiTll.or T. K. LAM-.-kuttY Manli *j|. mit ■t. SI. PATTIS & CO- lHII»Mn> PUJI KTRIMCT. Shi|»i>in_' at Auction. ( VN THURSDAY, M.m t. .-nth. at l| o'clork A M . ;/. •} -MKRi MANTA’ KAt llANDE. eoruer <4 Fora ■lid Exchange St reels, Oite-w,|lrt.Nl|| Kur^ar n«r> C. Vei. Hrig Auliilri. Otir-Mtsiei nil, (trig J. f. % orU. r. m SHu r« u Sipu.., , Krguiulur. • ar^Uqfsarih Nirua Tag Harrier. Tw# nhnreu l*oriiuud Horn Railrasi C •ttapiiu y, iaar224td GOVEBNMENT SALE -or— STEAMEll “ TYHO. »* %%•!! be Maid by Public Aaeliaa, \T FRANKLIN WHARF, in rho city of Port land, M«-., ou FVi Uy, ilie 2Jtb inst., ut .1 o’cl’ck 1’* M., Uio stenmur “TYRO,” of about 50 tons burth en, in fine order and n pair. If has been used by the 0. S. Engineer Department in this harbor, and is no longer Heeded. Terms cash, in Government funds. U.ts. Knuineek office, i Portland, Ale., .\iareh 111, 1W?7. I Geo. Thom, IJVi Brig. General U. S. A. J. S. Bailey, Auctioneer, inch 19-end3t& ted td Sale of Timber Lands fop Bates* College. Land Oefice, I N . . Bangor, March 7, 18*7. f OlICK Is hereby given, in pmstinnco of *• Re huIvo to carry into effect chapter two hundred eighty-four ot the Resolves of eighteen hundred six ty-four in fivor of Bates’ College,” approved Febru ary 2x, 1867, that townships numbered x, Range 17 and 10 Range 17 \V B LB, siiuated upon the Lpper Saint .John River, excepting the South a«i quarter oi the last named township, will be ottered tor sale by public auction lor the benefit oi said College, ut file Land Office in Bangor, on Wednesday the 11th day of September next, at 12 o’clock, noon. fine third cash am! satisfactory note- payable in on and two years, secoTPft tytnortgugc on tuc prem ises, will be received u payment. ISAAC* K. CLARK, innrftdtSept 11, Land Agent. JOHN IHOfKKTT, Anrtioarrr ssd Appraiser, (Office with Evans & Bailey) mr7 NOi. 1 & 2 IT. EE STREET BLOCK. If MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. N. DEWING, Medical i^leotrician 111 MIDDLE sritKLL, Nearly Opposite ihr (Jailed Miifet Hofo VVniKlfKhe would respectfully announce to ▼ T cilizmsol Portland and vi- nl’y. (bat be • permanently loeafaMn this During the three years w© have been hi tl> s city, w- have cured m»« ol the worst mnu» of disc aw in p~r«m» who Imva tried other forms ol treatment in va-u, wiul tunny patients hi so short a titoe that the (..ustion is often asked. do they stay cured? To answer this •juestiui we will sav that all that do un| stay' cart-•«!, we doctor the socoud time without chaige. • • ii a practical Plant rlwaa lor twenty on© years, and is also a regular graduated pby-tciai Electricity is perfectly infolded to chronic disea tea i* the form ol nervous or sick headache; ueuriugia id the bead, neck, or extremities; consumption win* In the acute stages or where the lungs are not lulty involved; acute or chronic rheumatism scrofula, hip diseases*, white sweQing*. spinal diseases, curvature ol the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas’ Dance. dearness, stam mering or hesitancy ol speech, dyspepsia, indigea tlon, constipation and liver complaint, piles—we cure every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strict urns si the chest, ami *11 form? ol'lain ale complaint*. flv Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the lazy leap with joy, and move with the agility and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain is cooled: the dost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength ; the blind made to see, the deal to near and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes of youth are obliterated; the accidents oi mature hie prevented; the calamities ol old age obviated and an active circulation maintained LADIES Who have cold liatm* ami teet; weak gftomacha, lam aiul weak backs; nervous and sick headache; dizzi ness and swimming in the bead, with indigestion and constipation of the bowels; pain in the side ami back; leucorrhoea, (or whites); falling of the womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and ail that long train of diseases will find in Electricity a sure means of cure. For painful menstruation, too t.«ofus© menstrual ion, and ail oI those long line ol trouble* with young ladies. Electricity is a curiam specific, and will, in a short time, restore the sullerer to the vigor of health. TEETH 2 TEETH 2 TEETH 2 I)r. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Elec tricity without FAIN. Person* having decayed teeth or stumps they wish to have removed for reset ting ho would give u polite invitation to call. Superior Elkctro Maunztic Ma.hlne* lor tala for family use, with thorough lnstr-n thjns. Dr. D. can accommodate a tew patient* with board vnd treatment at his house. Oittce hours from 8 o'clock A. M. to 12 M.; iron* to 6 P. M., and 7 to » in the evemug. Consultation free. novltf PRO POSALS For Dredging n New Channel through Nbepard’n Point Mhoal and Hnllowell fehonl in the Iheuaehec Kitrr, at Hal ••well, Vlaiae. Proposals will be received at tiuj* OK KICK, until lOo’rtorx A. V.. on Tae«.l*y, the *4Hik Day of IVIarrh neat, lor tredgmf a new channel though •‘Shepard’* Point*’ and ••Ha. 1 >well ' >hoaL, in Kcniu'Ihc River. will* a view to luuuirl avw fcrl deep M low tor, and navy fbet widc-n the h»U< n, with » dea having a dope ot two le»t to one h*>l rim. The channel will jirti hr excavated through Shciwrd’a l*iua* Shooh I * a • -etain e of about t o yarns, requiring 1d,0on ruhie >ardh of oar*ration more «»r \em, and qfterwenlr, through Hollow* »1 shoal, loradtataare of Ml vardk nyddar UMdh riUc yard- ui rtraitUm. aav wr Kaa I hW —ana* oi evcwAiion may be iMr<» el or dftm at hod, m the Engineer fa .barge may «rtrrct, after art her e« rahuiUi **€ :he nw. The mar.-rial taken irnai the dMah W *• he <hyaw I ted ta the river. Iaea*li manner a- may he r-qabwd l*v the Engineer la charge, nd ia •«< h b« w< ;** ae may he dt-tgwatarf hv him, M earn- Wag Chi vw te in iiefaa * »r»*ai hh» j **•» ■ P d la a* dung nr i pi aah*. I par imhi mtmi rp «*■' lug that th. ark m* Hx eantu. al af the r PMH dpedfct _i nieit the miawed dan*aann# elah iW war •i iK *n* 'i»r— ««—< mm mU tv, -t tV vtml i*< . <».*, ta rh Vr^V n a^tii.ui. mm. da w. ~ i t- *•*» •« W i— i <t m mm m at «■* eratnaw are ,-c«r*w -i k , aad fee - ij In e I «w er he ege Che tbih >m K^MBier aaet hdk pMM —ne ear, aaiai 4 ha a ■maa fweawhm dpwdhv two re«mood * |e*a. «the r -(Wired hr*, that the taddor tl, wh.-a eaflhd «a k ala fuaad w a* •» pCe-l, raier i«W a <sawrart *md l» wMh fed, aad andiwhai a ewrtte rdCMMIC had Chair pwald mahnv aa he naatni ia tie y,*. p»a)) tw Mhr ir* awd teHh'wl pri nmew el Ids i-eirirt. I he «.<artr«*1 V<tt ha *-aided U» the lea• •arVBpMNM* IdUdri %n4 «• «Ve • to He appear, at ef the he* irtary .4 War. The aartereigned. l»o«w«eC. r« aegvee tike right tw evrtadr the hal - ef aay Mlaa who, there hi teawaa Ce he have, wilt net fhMktady aad (iwtafpiijr y»rura th.- eotrw*; dan, any hhfBCI aflk ae wa I ae Knew that are ah-a. a re f-edUr prtor me the fgt; aad a« awtahee 4 t’eagveaa, eirai er agewt ef 'he bewwaiai, nor any p rad »aiphiye.| m the aahiic w rtire, -hell he adai.ite-t le aay ahare la He eoa irart, or aav heaedi ahead au acme Itewuac. Pax—eat- will he made la loi in-—lin^ate' the And aa the e*.a>pietm«i »4 He nhaaiu I through A#-. »"* • -n-5 •*» wwl ■* th.- «-«v»Vtiuw at th. cut. tol,r„ rv.TftTm t-»«..‘ I'.y, aa**. wh.4. Wr.k 1. t,.w»i. •?',** n »n <•»»» .H the uon ^ “*“• “U *• Uhiwm. l'rr».n« **iring to «i *ke nr.^««»to. will pl.iwcll “ lhr -r**"-*^ <« hi. . ia W.wt .M ■« I SP"? ***r*rl • •** ***** UI an me, ami fr»r atom d»*l niK« int •rm.unm, If tlrairui; and, on trai an.ltting vti*!—, a ill « lii. r. iu •• i'ropoeili lor luiitimi* meat uf Kentivhcr river.** GEO. I HUM. Lt.Onl. forp* of Kng*ni, l»vt. Col. U. S. A. U.8. Fagia.* rortiiv. i Portland, Me., Feb. 2L'f I»^7. I I W2 exit*I Tilton & McFarland, Desire tueall the attention t.» the (;*l t *l‘*lll,orv **' 4 0 lKtei.!Wh.»v. AMFI-E 1'KOTKCTION it. tb late are. Parties desiring n KlItST BATK SAFI'., At a MODERA TE MUCE, will please rail ■ „ KMEItV & WATEKUOUSE, MMdlc Streoi, P<»rtla Or at IBI dadbwry Mtrret, Ronton. v ^'S. cA>nd-li:uul Safes taken in excl ange for -ale. jjn 10—s.ylstw in each uio.vjkIv u maiioior of time. Freedom Notice. There'*y relinquish io my sen, Wallace W, Sa!I BOits, the r niaintler of hie mim r.fy n 'ill.e • e COints twenty-one y* ars ot :ige, nnd I slmll ; ' no tloUtkOi l»)suii»«rft 4iiig uoi- eUtin* ai*v of his cg»i.l«ua I'll* 'late. AM*'" ^AMh'l"' T' !W; ’ 'fltSrT'i-1^^*