Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, 23 Mart 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated 23 Mart 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS BV TELKGBAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. ______ Saturday M miDg, Maroli 23, 1867 --- XLTH CONGRESS-FIRST SESSION Washington March 22. SENATE. Mr. Ferry presented a petition for a more stringent enforcement of the United States laws in Utah Territory, and a better protection ol the rights of American citizens there. Re ferred to the Committee on Territories. Mr. Morton introduced a bill to conform the laws of practice aud pleading in courts of the United States to the laws of the respective States. Referred to the .Judiciary Committee. Mr. Wilson presented a preamble, reciting the capture and imprison inert of Jen. Davis aud the fact that be denied complicity m the murder of President Lincoln, etc., with which he is charged, aud the following concurrent resolution: Resolved, That longer confinement of said Jeff. Davis without a trial or assignment of a specified time for trial, is not in accordance with the demands of justice, the spirit of the laws and the requirments of the Constitution, aud that common justice^ sound public policy and uatioual honor unite in recommending that said Jeff Davis be brought to a speedy .and public trial, or that he be released from cou lineiueiit or bail on his own recognizance. 1 he bill to reimburse Indiana, for the ex pense incurred in repelling the Morgan raid, was taken up and discussed, aud finally recom to the Military Committee. lhe bill for the relief of destitute Southern ers was received from the House, and Mr. Irumbullnuoved that the Senate concur in the House amendments, which was agreed to, 29 i if' 1 ru^nbnll called up the bill to amend the law by the repeal of the provision *or« Ue appointment of registers of bankruptcy the Chief Jus ice. During the discussion "which arose, he explained the circumstances 'under which the bill originated, and said th j duty imposed upon the Chief Justice was more than he could pru|>erly attend to. Mr. Authony ottered an amendment as an additional section, that the bankiupt bill shall take effect ou the first of Juno, but officers and registers may be appointed any time after the passage of this act. The bill and amendment was referred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr. Morgan introduced a resolution, which was agreed to, instructing the Committee on roreigu Affairs to inquire into the expediency of the United States becoming a party to the treaty of Geneva for the amelioration of the condition of wounded soldiers. The Senate agreed to the House amendment to the joint resolution exempting wrapping paper from tax. At 4.15 the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. The Seuate Southern relief appropriation hill came up tvs the first business in order. The amendments reported from the Committee of the Whote, were agreed to, making the joint restoration read as follows: . Resolved, That the Secretary of War be and 19 hereby empowered and directed to issue sup plies of food sufficient to prevent starvation land extreme want to any aud all classes of des titute or helpless persons in those Southern and Southwestern States where the failure of crops and other causes have occasioned wide spread destitution: that the issue be made through the Freedmeu’s Bureau, under snch regulations as the Secretary of War shall pre scribe; and to that end the Secretary of War is authorized and directed, through the Com missioner of the Freedmeu’s Bureau, to apply as much as he may be deemed necessary for the purpose aforesaid of unexpended mon ies heretofore appropriated to supply the freed incn and refugees with provisions or rations, provided, that the expenditures shall not ex tend beyond the present appropriations al ready made for the Freedmeu’s Bureau. The vote ou the pelage of the resolution was taken kyyeas iff tj 3i Uays. Ihe re8'jiutiou reported by Mr. Hubbard was u;p and modified by him, so as to read that i* iH the sense of the House that Henry A. o my the should be immediately removed from tpe office of Collector of the port of New York, 4md that the Clerk of the House cause certified copies of the resolution to be laid before the iSenate and President. The House refused to second the previous question, whereupon Mr. Stevens moved to amend the resolution by making it read ‘ that Henry A. Smythe be impeached.” After further discussion, Mr. Stevens modi fied his resolution, so that it refers the testi mony taken to the Committee on Public Ex Eenditures, with a view to ascertain whether leury A. Smythe has been guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors sufficient to justify his impeachment; and if so, to present articles of impeachment, etc. The morning hour expiring, the resolution went over under the rules. The Senate amendment to the House bill ex empting wrapping paper from tax w^as amend ed by adding w ooden ladders to the free list, and so amendtui was concurred in. The Senate joint resolutiou to terminate the contract of a member of Congress with the Post Office Department was taken up, amend ed so as to empower the Postmaster General to reject any bid which he may deem exorbi taut, and passed. a • The Senate joint resolution authorizing the the Secretary of War to furnish arms and equipments to Texas for 2,500 militia, was amended by substituting 10,000 for ‘2,500 mili tia, and passed. On motion of Mr. Banks, the President was requested to communicate copies of the cor respondence, legal proceedings and other doc uments relating to the suit of the United States against Priolean and others, pending in the English Court of Chancery, and the Sec retary of State was authorized to make the communication in print. Ou motion of Mr. Stevens, the rules were suspended, aud the consideration of the im peachment resolution against Collector Smythe was resumed. Mr. Wood moved that the House adjourn. Disagreed to. Mr. Chanler moved the postponement of the resolution until the second Wednesday iu De cember next. Disagreed to. Mr. Stevens then moved the previous quos tiou, which wan seconded. The amendment offered by Mr. Stevens as a substitute for the resolution reported by Mr. Hurlburd wa s agreed to, with the addition that the committee shall have power to sit during the recess. At 4 o’clock the House adjourned. From WuhiigMii. Washington, March 22. The Committee ou Retrenchment which is charged with the investigation of the financial condition of the Treasury, commenced their latiors to-night, at that Department. The veto message concerning the supplemen tal reconstruction bill was tho subject of a Cabinet consultation to-day. The Commissioner of Pensions in reply to an inquiry of a member of the Pennsylvania Legislature, expresses the opinion that the State Agencies at Washington lor the collec tion of pensions, do not now facilitate but rather delay action upon applications for pen sions. He says the tact was otherwise when large numbers of soldiers were here, or pass ing through this city ou their way home, and liable to fall into the hands of unworthy so licitors. Col. Bradford, Assistant Commissioner of the Freediueu’s Bureau of North Carolina, states that at least (iOWJ persons in North Car olina are suffering (rum want of fqod, of whom two-thirds ate whites. Three thousand bush els of com have been distributed during the month. It was sent by the Southern lteliei Commission of New York. The distribution by the Bureau, of Government rations was as follows: hospitals, 0,483; orphan asylums, 1.716; destitute whites, 10,968; destitute blacks, 13,421. _ Severe Storm. Sandy Hook, March 22. No vessels in sight hound in. The severest ntorm is prevailing that has visited this sec tion in live years. The wind is blewiug a gale from the E. N. E., and the sea is running very high. Tho pilots are aii inside the Hook. Nkw Yokk, March 23. During tho night the wind has been blow ing heavily from about E. N. E., and up to this hour (3 P. M.,) to-day, the gale continues. The steamboat Old Colony, of the Fall River liue, that left this city yesterday afternoon, re turned tins morning after proceeding as tar as Huutiugton, L. I. The gale is represented as furious on the Sound. Later—A violent N. E. gale is still prevail ing outside, and there have been no arrivals of vessels. The steamship Australasian from Liverpool, is still outside hut unable to come up, as the pilot boats do not dare to venture out. An unsuccessful attempt was made to reach her this afternoon. All the Sound steamers however, left this afternoon at their usual time. From Mexico. Galveston, March 22. A special despatch to the Bulletin, from Vera < 'rua, dated the 15th iust., says Marshal Bazaine and the last French troops leit on tho 12th iust. The French ironclads Magenta, Maquire and Fanders and the fleet of gunboats, were still at Vera Cruz, and would sail on the Kith. The Liberals were investing the city, having possessionof the Railroad aud Water Works, and an attack was daily expected. A number of Imperialists, it was understood had chartered vessels to be ready at auy mo ment to take theinxiut of the country. No person was allowed to leave the city by the gates, and it was difficult to obtain reliable news from the interior. It was the impression that in a short time Vera Cruz would be in possession of the Lib erals. Tampico is still occupied by the Imperialists. All quiet there. Trouble in the Coal Mutiny District*. New York, March 22. The Times says private advices represent that thecoal miners in Schuylkill county, Pa., are committing most serious outrages. The ruffians are mainly Irishmen, and are known as the ‘ Molly Maguires,” who <*re handed to gether in a secret organization for the purpose of controlling the mines, and resort to murder and robbery. It is impossible to punish them, as when arrested and tried the juries are pack ed with their confreres and they escape. On Friday last Mr. Littlehale, a superintendent, was murdered with the hope of securing the money which he was supposed to have, but he had verv little with him at the time. Threats are made against the superintendents, and all live momentarily in fear of violence. Gover nor Geary lias been applied to tor protection. Feniaiii*m. New York, March 22. Gen. Gleason, the successor of Stephens as C. 0. I. It., made overtures to the lioberti branch of the Fenian Brotherhood yesterday for the union of the two sections. No action has yet been taken on his proposition by the Senate, which is in session arranging the de tails ul a grand advance ou Canada in the CUlilUig tmmh New York Item*. New Yobk, March 22. The police continue to make arrests of per sons who have been identified concerned in the not on St. FatricK s ±>ay. Marshal Wall was arrested yesterday after B. F. Horlon, the Hell Hate pilot, and Ed. Franklin, a Lower Bay pilot, were drowned to day, the latter in trying to reach the Australa sian, which was signalling for a pilot. . The wind still blows a gale. The tide is very high and the docks and cellars are flooded. The failure of Kobinson & Ogden, dealers in Government securities, with liabilities stated at two milltona of dollars, is announced. Flood* »t Ike Weal—Steamer Blown Up. . Louisville, Ky., March 21. The destitution in the inundated districts ou the Grand layer l* very great. The people are suilering for the necessaries of life, and many are compelled to leave their homes. Berk t tty is entirely deserted. Shawueetowu is submerged, and the wharf boat is crowded with unfortunate refugees. Memphis, Tenn., March 21. The Tennessee river at .Dauville station ih i six feet over the telegraph poles. A private dispatc h says the steamer plying betw een Selma and Montgomery blew up to night. The express messenger was killed. No particulars. _ Cable Dispatch*#. Liv erpool, March 21—Evening. Information has been received here that the barque L. A. Nichols, Captain Ford, which left Cardiff on Jan. 18, for Havana, was wrecked at Teneriffe—no date. No further particulars have been received. London, March 21—Evening. Mr. Disraeli, Chancellor of the Exchequer promises a liberal reform bill for Ireland. Vienna, March 21—Evening. Despatches have been received from the south, which indicate that the insurrection against the Sublime Porte is rapidly spreading throughout Thessaly. From Mouth America aud Klouduraa. New York, March 22. Dates from Venezuela to the 22d ult. say that Seiagar and Bolivia had seized Carabobo, and tranquility ensued. The steamer Bolivar, which was run away with by her English captain from Laguayra some time ago, had returned. Correspondence from the Republic of Hon duras, dated Jan. 15th, says the Government lias declared its ports open for the reception of prizes in the Spanish and Chilian war. The militia lias been recognized, with the President in supreme command as Lieutenant General. Dcslructiou of a Govern meat Train hy a Water Mpout. San Francisco, March 22. A Los Angelos letter states that a Govern ment train en route to Arizona was lost on the 10th inst., in the Colorado desert, by a water spout. The train consisted of eleven wagons, and was accompanied by the 14th U. S. Infantry. Several wagons were carried eighteen miles from the scene of the disaster. Miscellaneous Dispatch**. Trot, N. Y., March 22. Hiram Coon, convicted of the murder of Mrs. Larker, in the town of Petersburg, in October last, was executed to-day at the iail in this city. He made a statement denying his guilt. St. Louis, March 21. The State Court has rescinded the order re quiring lawyers to take the test oath prescrib ed by the Constitution. Baltimore, March 22. The bill to admit negro testimony in the courts passed the House to-day and now goes to the Senate. Nashville, Tenn., March 22. The Supreme Court has rendered a decision sustaining tin? franchise law of the last session of the Legislature, contrary to the expecta tions of the conservatives. Buffalo, N. Y., March 22. The cental system was repudiated by the Board of Trade to-day. This brings the whole system to a stand as before. Charleston, S. C., March 22, Noon. A meeting consisting of about 500 freedmen, under the auspices of the Union League, was held last night. The speeches and resolutions were of a radical character. Few whites par ticipated. THE MARKE18. Fiaaacial. New York. March 22. Gold was rather more active during the day, but closed quiet at 1311. Money rather easier at *6 @ 7 l»er cent, on call. Prime discounts 7 @ 8 per cent.— Sterling Exchange unchanged; prime banker’s sills 108 <<#>109* Government securities quiet and steady. Stocks weaker and prices lower. Mining stocks ani mated. New York Market. New York, March 22. Cotton—steady; sales 2,700bales; Middling uplands at 30$ («) 31c. Flour—10 >6) 15c higher; sales 11,000 bbls.; State at 9 75 (5) 12 60; Hound Loop Ohio 1160 @ 13 60; Western at 9 75 ® 13 65 ; Southern—sales 580 bbls. at 11 00 (a 16 75. Wheat—2 @ 2c higher; sales 5 609 bush ; Milwau kee club No. 2 at 2 48 (a) 2 55; *ii l»er State at 3 12 (a) 3 15; White California at 3 05 @ 3 25; White Canada at 3 15. Corn—1 (a)2c lower; sales 88,000bush. Mixed West ern at 1 16 17; Yellow Southern, new, 1 17. Oats—a shade easier; sales 24,000 bush.; Western at 62$ @ 65c; State at 70 @ 71c. Beef—firmer; new plain mess at 13 00 @ lg 50; extra at 18 00 Q 22 00. Pork—tlrm and quiet; sales 3,300 buls.: new mess at 23 68. Lard—dull ami heavy. Whiskey—quiet. Groceries—quiet. Naval Stores—quiet and firm; Spirit# Turpentine at 79 @ 80o. ltosiu at 4 25 @ 9 50. Oils—quiet. Petroleum—steady; sales crudest 16 16c. Refined bonded at 24 («) 27c. Tallow—quiet; sales atll@lljc. Freight# to Liverpool—quiet. Chicago Market#. Chicago, March 22. Flour active and steady at yesterday’s prices. Wheat less active but holders firm: sales of No. 2 at 2 12$ @ 2 14, and closed quiet at 2 13 @ 2 13$. Corn lower and in large speculative inquiry ; soles 200,000 bush.; No. 1 at H8 @ 89jc, closing at. 83 @ 89Jc. Oats stoady and quiet at 44$ (aj 45Jc for Winter, and 45 @ 45^c for fresh receipts No. 2 Rye quiet and declined 2 @ 3c; Hales at 1 20 Winter; No.2, fresh receipts, at 1 22. Barley quiet and steady; sales light at 1 78 @ 1 80 for No. 2. High Wines—ho movement. Mess pork nominal at 22 50. Tliore lias been some inquiry for short rib middles: sales at 10c for loose. Lara dull at 12c2 for prime steam rendered. Receipts—4.800 bbls. flour, 3,500 centals wheat, 22, 090 cental.-* coru, 3,800 hogs. Shipments—4,800 bbls. Hour, 4,800 centals wheat, 1,300 centals corn. Cincinnati Market*. Cincinnati, March 22. Flour firm and unchanged with a tair demand.— Wheat firm and demand Tight; No. 1 Spring 2 55@ 2 CO; Winter 2 90. Corn lower; sales No. 1 at 72 73c in sacks. Oats firm at 53$ ® 54c lor No. 1. liyc in good demand at 1 45, but held at 150, Barley firm with a good do nand; sales at 155 @ 1 GO for fall.— Whiskey held at 28c, but buyers offer 26c, Mess pork firm at 23 00 with no sales. Bulk meats in good de mand at 8 @ lOe. but generally held at an ovance of $c; sales 206,00ftn>c» shoulders 10c; sides 20$c. Bacon steady at 10$, 11$ @ l2$c lor shoulders, sides and clear sides. Hams in good demand at 13$c for plain, and 15 @ 15$c for sugar cured. Lard dull; prime city held at f3c, but no siles made over J2Jc. Butter in good demand at 30 @ 33c for fresh. Exchange firm. Money active at 9 @ 9$ per eent. New Oi lcan* Markets. New Orleans, March 22. Cotton—easier; sales to-day 4,500 bales; low Mid dling at 29c; receipts o< week 13,000 bales; exports of week 22.000 bales; stock in port 212,000bales. Su gars dull; fair to g >od 13$c. MolaRses dull at 65 @ 75c. Exchange on London 145 @ 145$. Exchange on New Yorkf $c premium. Freights unchanged. C*mmercial—Per Cable. London. March 21, Evening. Consols advanced $, closing at 91$ for money. American Securities.—The following‘are the closing prices of American securities: Erie Railway shares 39J. Illinois Central shares 78$ ex-div. Unit ed States 5-20’s 74$. Liverpool, March 21, Evening, j The Colton market closed dull at the following quotations: Middling uplands 13$d; Middling Orleans 13}d; sales to-day 6,000 bales. Breadstuff's—Oats sold to-day 4s 3d per 45 lbs. for American and Caandian. Provisions—Beef—extra prime mess 127s 6d per 304 lbs. Lard 50s9d per cwt. Produce—Tallow—Amer ican 44s 3d per cwt. Spirits Turpentine 37s 3d per cwt. Ashes at 33s 6d per cwt for pots. Frankfort, March 21. Evening. United States 5-20 closed at 77$ for the issue of 1862. London, March 22, Noon. Consols for money opened at 91. American Securities.—1The following are the current quotations for American Securities: Illinois Central Railroad Shares 78$. Erie Railroad shares 39$. United States 5-20’s 74$. Liverpool, March 22, Noon. The Cotton market is dull; sales to-day are estimat ed at 6,000 bules. Middling uplands at 13|d. The sales of the week have been 67,000 bales. Provisions —Lard 50s 6d. Tallow 44s 6d. Produce—Ashes 34s for pots. Resin 16s for fine. New York ft lock Market. New York, March22. Stocks—The market is heavy. American Gold. 7341 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1K(J2.’ j ’ *.. ii09 U.S. Five-Twenties, coupons,! 8C>4....107# (J. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1KA5,.107? U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons now issue. " .107. U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons. 97! U. S. Seven-Thirties, 1st series.log U. S. Seven-Thirties. 2d series.195a U. S. Seven-Thirties, 3d series..105$ Western Union Telegraph,. 41* New York Central,.106{ Erie,. • • 58$ Hudson.137$ @8* Reading,. Michigan Central,.108$ gr $ Michigan Southern,.. ..75$ Illinois Central,.115$ Cleveland & Pittsburg.78 Cleveland & Toledo.118$ Chicago & Rock Island.97$ Bontou Stock Li«l« Sales at, the Brokers’ Board, March 22. American Gold. 134* United States Coupon Sixes,* 1881*. **'.’.'! 109* U uited States 7 3-10t hs, 1st series. 1051 *naall. I0f>! 2d series. log} •Id series. 1051 United States 5-20s, 1865.' iooi “ July, 18G5. 1071 United States Tcn-lortios.. 97 a , Boston and Maine Railroad. 131J I Eastern Railroad. loy Boston Boot and Shoe Market. Boston, March 21. There is no special change to notice in the trade fpr. 4Ul« week. The demand, if anything, is a little lighter; out with the receipt of some orders, and with a lew buyers still here, trade is fair tor desirable goods and there is an improved feeling generally. It hu been 11 general remark with the trade thin rpring that a majority ol buyers here take smaller parcels than usual; hence a second call is expected, which will prolong the Spring trade Inter than usual. The demand tor B iots and sip es tor New York city has been light this Spring, being bul little more than nne halt as large as that nf last year, when the demand continued quite active up to the middle of June The California trade has been much better this sprin" the clearances of goods being nearly nearly doubleThose of 1866; this with a larger Southern market, has kept the shipments almost up to those ot the same time last year. Pri es are without material change for goods on liandi but lor more desirable goods and these made <0 order prices arc firmer with an upward ten dency, it being impossible to manufacture at the rates for which a large portion of the goods have been s-jld this Spring, taking the prices of stock Into account. HUoii ami IvulUw iU&ortar. IB ISCi:i.LiJiE01S. f / 331 Congress St, Portlnad, Maine. ^ L. B. FOLLETTE, HOSIERY AND GLOVES, HOOP SKINTS AND OOKSETS, Ladies’ & Children’s Underflannels, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. %ST9 Corner of Congress St. and Tolman Place. Feb 7, 18t»7.—dly_ _____ JORDAN & RANDALL HAVING ItKMOVKD TO THE Store No. 145 Middle St., (Erdna Block,) Would respectfully invito tlie trade to examine their stock of Tailors’ Trimmings. Selected Expressly for this Market. By personal attention to business wc hope to merit a share of public palronge. WILLIAM P. JORDAN, GEO. A. RANDALL. Portland, March 18, 1867. dtf E. C. BURT’S New York Ciooclw! Constantly ou hand and for sale by T. CURTIS & CO., 62 Milk St., Boston, The only authorized Agents for the sale oi these Goods in New England. T. C. & CO., Also manufacture the finest quali ties of * Gents’ Sewed and Pegged Calf Boots and Shoes! OF EVERY VARIETY. Mar7—T, T & S4w* NATHAN GOOLD, Merchant Tailor, Has got back to his Old Stand, No. 137 Middle Street, Where ho has a splendid assortment of all kinds of CLOTHS, For Gentlemen and Boy’s Wear, Which he is ready to make into Garments, AT THE VEKY LOWEST KATES. HT*ALL GOODS WARRANTED. P. S.—All old cu tomers and lots of new ones will And him ready with liis tape to “Give them f4ts.” mar7-dtf Choice Soothern and Western FLOUR AND CORK! for Bale by O’BRION, PIERCE & CO., Wholesale ‘Dealers, 154 Commercial St., decoldly PORTLAND, Me. EASTERN EXPRESS CO. TS O TIC E I THE Government, have decided that they will pay the express charges both ways upon 7 3-10 Bonds sent to Washington for exchange. The Eastern Ex press Company will receive and forward sucli Bends under their contract with the Government without charge to the owners, and the Department will return m carriage paid. feblSdtf Organs and Melodeons ! SMALL xThNIGRT, (Saccemon to J. D. Cheney,) WOULD inform their friends and the public gen erally that they are permanently located at 10 MARKET SQUARE, and ready to supply all in want of Organs or Melo deons, and will spare no expense to sustain the repu tation of instruments from this manufactory iu years past. Organs and Melodeons to let. Repairing promptly attended to. mch9d&wlm New Store—Just Open. BLUNT~& FOSS, . DEALERS IN Builders Hard ware,Nails,Glass,Wooden Ware DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, and OARPEN TER S’ TOOLS in Great Variety. ©a Middle, between Hampshire & Franklin Sts Jas. P. Blunt. ja24d3m* Jas. A. Foss. J. D. CHENEY MAY bo found at tlio Melodeon Manufactory of SMALL & KNIGHT, 10 Market Square, vhere be will keep a good assortment of ORGANS and MELODEONS to let. ALSO: Will attend personally to tuning aud repairing Mu sical Instruments. mar9d&wlm Tilton & McEarland, Desire to call the attention to the fact that more lb 1 o Of their Safes gave AMPLE PROTECTION iin tli late lire. Parties desiring a FIRST RATE SAFE, At a MODERATE PRICE, will please call on EME11Y & WATERHOUSE, Middle Street, Portia Or at HO Sndbary Street, Bouton. I gy~Second-haml Safes taken in exchange Tor sale. Jan 15—SNlBtw in each rno&adv remainder of time. - Sagua IfEolasses. 505 HHDS. I Muscovado M lasses, cargo brig 98 TCS. ) “Hattie S. Emery,” from Sagua. 414 Hhds. 1 Muscovado Molasses cargo Brig “J. 973 Bbls. JC. York,” from Sagua, FOR SAXE BY GEO. S.' HUNT, 111 Commercial St. Mar 19—d3w Sierra Morena Molasses. 560 HHDS. I Choice molasses just 31 TIERCES f landed from brig “Gipsoy Queen,” for sale by THOS. AS Elf CIO cC co., Custom llouae Wharf. March 20,1867. mr21dlwis Ifor sale. lOO BBLS. EASTERN D. APPLES. “Sliced.” lOO “ “ “ “ “Cored.” 150 Bu. H. G. SEED. 50 Bu. Clover Seed. 50 Bbls. Clear Pork. 50 Tierces Choice Lard. Also Choice Brands of Flour, by JerCmiah Howe A Co., mr21 d3w No 27 Commercial St, Portland. GMtoisS SEED. ftCid BAGS HERDS GRASS SEED, received \J Vf and for sale by Smith, Donnell & Co„ marl4d2w 93 & 95 Commercial St. nuiEn of EPEES. 7K RBLS. WESTERN DRIED APPLES, for # Bale by Smith, Donnell & Co., niarlld2w 93 & 95 Commercial St. SPERM, WHALE, LARD, BINNACLE, And L IB RICA TING OILS, -AHD Sperm Candles I At WHOLESALE and 11ETAIL! A. P. FULLER, 208 Fore Street. W WANTED—Three or four, hundred or hun dred and tifty gallon Oil Cans. marl6d3m SEEMP. SEEIP. 750 BAGS PIUME TMOTHY, UNO “ Northern New York and Western Clover. 400 Sacks Red Tup. 140 Bushels Canada Golden Drop Spring Wheat 500 Bushels Cape Barley, two row'd. Buckwheat. Flax, Hemp, Millet, Canary and a lull assortment of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, all select ed with care and reliable. A full assortment of Agricultural Implements, Fertilizers, Ac., For Sale by KENDALL <1 WHITNEY, March 10, IOOT.-hI?^" MaU’ l’®''*1—’1 I j. A T A SPECIAL MEETING the Mercantile I ihrarv Association will he held in Council Uooui,Market Hall, Saturday Evening, March 23d, At 7 1-i o’clock. A full atlemBnco is requested, as business relating to the annual election of ollicers will ho acted upon. Per Order, EDW. 8. GEKK1SH, uuildat .B*v, See’?. PROSPECTUS. ^THE FRESS For 18«r. With tho opening of the new year we presented to the readers of the DAILY PRESS, A Paper Enlarged la the aise of the largest New England Dailies. Tlie enlargement of our daily edition is equivalent to the addition of between three and four columns to Resize. This additional space will be devoted to de tails ot Important events, which we have 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 will be, its past history will show. The Press was es tablished primarily to represent tlie Republican par ty of Maine. It was impossible for the controlling party of tho State to remain voiceless in this city. 1 he Press will continue to defend the principles of the Liberal party of America. The w ar has closed one great cycle in our national history—the cyclo during which aristocracy at the South and democra cy at tlie North grew up side by side, a period ot jealousy and conflict, resulting in an appeal to arms and tlie victorious supremacy of the democratic prin ciple. We have entered on a state of transition, which seems likely to prove longer than most of us antic! pated. The Phess will insist upon a settlement which w'ill 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 of speech, freedom of the press, impartial suffrage. Of tho profound convictions of tlie Republican party oi Maine, the Phess will remain a faithful exponent. We have engaged Krgnlnr t orrcapoiiilenM in Wa«hington, New York, Boaton and Anguaia, and occasional correspondents at various points throughout the Stale. During the French Expo sition wo shall putilish Regular Letters lrom Paris, Where our Correspondent has already arrived. To the people of Maine, and especially to people who have business relations with Portland, we hope to make the Pr.ESS more valuable than any paper published outside of the State can possibly be. Wc shall publish the same telegraphic summary as other New England newspapers. We shall not publish special dispatches from Washington, hut we shall have regular correspondence from that point, and a Rally Summary of Maine News which readers here would bo sorry to miss. We slial have Full and Accurate market Reports, forwarded by telegraph from nl’ parts of the United States, from Canada, and irom England. A weekly Review ol the Portland Markets and an accurate Report of maino Shipping, in foreign and domestic ports, will bo published as j horetotore. There will he NO INCREASE IN THE PRICE Of tho Daily Press. For EIGHT DOLLARS A YEAR t We expect to furnish n paper, The Largest in the State, and as large as in othsr States is offered for tenor twelve dollars a year. THE MAINE STATE PRESS Is not like many weeklies, a mere waste basket ftp the leavings of the daily edition. It is designed to be as carefully made up as it 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 considerable amount of Matter Expressly Prepared for its OohunnB We shall add to It* attractions during the coming year, An Agricultural Department, To bo conducted by the Rev. IVILLIAm A. DREW, of Augusta, a veteran Journalist, widely and favorably known in Maine', and a contributor for sometime past to the Press over the signature of “Traxi.” Mr. Drew’s special qualifications for this work need no heralding. Tho Shipping News of the Week Will be published without abridgment in the State Press, as will also tho Review of' the Portland Markets, And the Brighton Market Reports. To country trailers the weekly report of Portland prices currrcnt alone will be well worth the subscrip tion price. In addition to a careful Digest of General and State News, We shall also furnish weekly a page ol Miscellaneous Beading for the Family. Tho weekly edition is made up in eight large pages, of six columns each, and is the Largeiil Weekly Paper in New England* It is offered to the public at the low price of ‘J 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 oficred to larger clubs. % NOTICES OF THE PHESS. [From the Christian Mirror.] The Press has been enlarged since New Year’s. We are glad ft) see such evidence ol' prosperity. With such papers as Portland now furnishes we see no need of importing Dailios from Boston and New York. [From the Portland Price Current.] The Press.—The crowded state of our columns last week prevented us troin noticing tho enlagemont and re-arrangement of the columns of the Daily Press, which in its present enlarged form, and with its excellent editorial management, is certainly the leading 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 tho Boston Dailies. This is an evidence of not only the prosperity of the Press, but of Portland as well, for of course the en largement is caused by the increase of advertising favors. The Press is worthy of the patronage it re ceives, is a credit to Portland and to the State, and we hope increasing years may increase its prosper ity. [From the Portland Transcript.] The Daily Press begins the new year much en larged in size; we aro glad to see such an evidence oi the prosperity of this excellent journal. Tho Press lias swung around the circle to another arrangement of its editorial and news matter; alter all, the old second and third page arrangement, presenting edi torials and nows together was the best. [From the Portland Advertiser, Jan. 2.] The Daily Press appeared yesterday morning In an enlarged form. It is now fully equal in size to any daily paper in New England. In the arrangement ol reading matter it has returned to the original style, which we think quite an 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 fhmily newspaper it lias no su perior; and while Mr. Lincoln occupies the 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 coteiuporary, and we hope it will never be found necessary to curtail the dimensions of this enterprising and respectable sheet. [From the Eastern Argus, Jan. 2] —The Press appeared yesterday morning enlarged by tho addition or 2£ inches to the length of its col umns. Its make-up has also been changed again, and oil the whole it presented a decidedly improved appearance. Our cotemporary’s “ new clothes” are >omewliat larger than ours, but the “ biggest are not always the best.” [From the Portland Evening Star, Jan. 1.] The Daily Press appears this morning in an on largo 1 form, making it now fully equal in size to any , daily newspaper in New England. The editor, in his Now Year’s Salutatory, shows that the success of the paper for tho past year ha* been most gratifying, and we are glad of its prosperity. The return to the original style of arranging the contents ol the paper, is one of tnc most agreeable leaturca of the change. [From the Bangor Whig.] — The Portland Press was enlarged on the 1st of January to about the size of the Boston Daily Post and Advertiser—which arc our largest New England dailies- and it now makes a very handsome appear ance. This evidence of prosperity on the part of so good and reliable a paper as the Press is gratifying. Il shows, too, that Portland has lost nothing ol vigor, enterprise or resource, by the great fire, but that ifs course is still onward—that Its business is in laei in creasing, notwithstanding the apparent calamity of last year—ami that its promise of commercial great ness is certain to be ih’filled. The Press is among’ the best of the New England papers, and its present appearance is a credit to the State. [From the Bath Times.] K3F* The Portland Press comes out greatlv enlarg ed, and we susi»ect it now gives another settfer to the question which is “ the principal paper in Portland.” It is bound to distance its competitors. [From the Lewiston Journal, Jan. 1.] The Portland Press has increased its size equiva lent to an addition of three or four columns. This enlargement, following so closely upon its resurrec tion from the ashes ot the great fire, shows that the principles it advocates and its cllbrts to cater to the literary tastes of its readers are appreciated by the public. The a Iditional sp ce now obtained will In* uevoted to details of important events, and selections from current literature. [From the Worcester (Maes.,) Spy.] The Pre^s.— Among the paper#tliat commence the new year with enlarged sheets and manifest signs of prosperity, are the Portland Press and the Hartford Evening Press. The former is the largest ami best daily in the State ot Maine, and the latter we have long regarded as one of the ablest of our Connecticut exchanges. [From tho Bangor Times.] The Portland Daily Press comes to us consid er ibly enlarged and with a return to its old style of “ mase-up.” This enlargement—so soon after tho great tire—to a size equal with the leading Boston doilies, speaVs favorably for the prosperity of the city and indicates a good degree of enterprize on the part of tho proprietors. Tho Press is edited with ability, has able contributors, and as the lew ling t*W the Uuulutuit party, in a puwer in the land, WANTED. Chambers to Let. OVER W. W. Carr & Co.’s store, No. 3 Exchange near Fore St , that will accommodate 150 work men at shoemaking, tailoring, 01 many other kiude of business. For Sale. One lot of Land near the head of Wilmot street,

for sixty-live cents per foot; also, a lot near head ol I)cer street, about 31 by 55 leet, tor $1200; also, a two story House and lot on Munjoy Hill tor $2500; also, one House and Lot on Merrill’s Court, Chestnut street, that will let for $300 |»or y ai; also, one house on Mount ford street, with about 6000 feet ol land more or less; this house belongs *o the estate of the la e Lemuel Tukcy, and will be sold at a bar gain. Terms easy. Apply to inckldlm W. W. CARR & CO. WANTED! EVERYBODY to know that Store 335 Congress St. lias been replenished with a new stock of Clothing, Furnishing floods, Boots . and Hats, Which will be sold cheaper than ever. Remember the sign, . California Cheap John. March 5—dtf Flour Barrels Wanted. WK will pay 30 cents each for fir»t class Flour Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER* CO., novl3dtt 139 Commercial street. Wanted. Hemlock and Pine Timber. 1250»fS^45 AJJSSiSrr750 March9—S,T«T« " T* C,,A"K A Tailor Wanted. A Good reliable, practical Ci ttkr can bear of a good situation, by applying to the subscriber at Ids Clothing Store, Nob. 103 Fore, aud 15 Moulton Streets. ALFRED HAsKELL. mart 1667 d3w» Agents Wanted! TUST OUT, Fiwragul and our Naval lie „ro®*> bvtho brilliant a. d popular Historian, J. 1. Headly. J bis is the only work on the Navy in the War, and everybody is buying it. HKOBHE II. BLAKE, GENERAL AGENT, Feb4—3m , No 8 Clapp's Block. Piles and Lumber Wanted For Union Wharf. 250 to 300 Spruce aud Hemlock files 25 feet 20 to 60 Spruce and Hemlock Piles 30 lfcct long. 100 Haekmetac Fenders 25 feet long. All not less than 12in. at the but aud 8 at the top. Also 550 leet running feet hemlock timber 10 x 12. loo sticss hemlock lo to 12teet long 8x8. 35 to40 >13 iu hemlock planli 15, 20 aud 25 leet long. Apply to JOSEPH H. WHITE, March 8—eod3w_ Wharlinger. Wanted Immediately —AT THE— New Employment Office ! No 229 1-2 Canf/ress St, ‘■III Door Wwt of City Building (up stairs.) GIRLS capable of doing all kinds of house-work, to whom good situations will be given. Also LABORERS tor various kinds of work, and CLERKS for every kind of business. BdF“We are able at ail times to supply parties in any part-of the State with GoO * RELIABLE HELP, either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors, Farmers and others will be supplied with Men and Boys lor all kinds ot em ployment Free of Charge. Don’t forget the num ber, 2294 Congress Street, next to City Building* Port land, Me. (HIIJBLAV At HEWITT, Feb 22—dtfProprietors. Flour Barrels Wanted! ON and after January 2d, 1867, wc shall resume the purchase ot Flour Brls. for CASH, at the Oflice ot the Portland Sugrar Co., 97 1-9 Danforth SU.. Feb8dtf j. B. BROWN & SONS. Wanted Dally ! ! AT The General Agency and Employment Office No. ItS I 1-9 TongrcMM Nlrert, All per sons wishing to secure good Girls tor aDy respecta ble employment, w ill tind them at this Office. Also please notice. Wc will send you men and boys ior any work iu city or country, iree ot charge. SEir* We want good American, Provincial, Irish and Colored Women and Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every day tor all orts or situations in this City and vicinity. Give us a call. „ COX&POWARS. Portland, Me., Jan. 25, *67. jan30 dtf Book-keeper. WANTED by a young man of practical experi ence, and who can bring the best of recom mendations, a situation as book-keeper or salesman. Address G. W. B, Portland Post Oflice. mr21dlw* Bookkeeper. \\TANTED by a young man of practical experi ▼ ? enoc, and who can bring the best of city refer ences, a situation as Bookkeeper cr Salesman, where close attention to business wilt be appreciated. Apply to W. H. JERR1S, niar7dtf Under Lancaster Hall. Wanted. AN experienced Salesman in the retail Dry Goods ^business; one who*can give good City reference, may hear of a permanent situation by adtlressing Box 1018 Portland Post Oflice, giving real name and references. „ marl6tt LOST AND FOUND. Picked up Adrift, IN Casco Bay, several spruce sticks, Hemlock logs, and one stick for a mast eight-square. The owner can have the same by calling on the subscriber,prov ing property aud paving eha ges. mr22d3t* BAXTER SCOTT, Hog Island. Wanted. Ann FLOUR BARRELS, at Forest City Sugar Reliuery, West Com mercial, near foot of Emery street* ProjKisals will also be received for new Sugar Bar rels, and a sample may be seen at the office ot the Company, 169$ Commercial, at corner of Union St. teblid&wtt T. C. HERSEY Dog- Lost. AS MALL Black and Tan Terrier. Answers to the name of “ Pet." A liberal reward will be paid for his return to 139 Danforth Srreet. HENRY H. FURBISH. March 13. * dtl _ to let._ To Let THE three storied Brick Store 204 Fore, tootol Plum Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, febl6dtf Plum Street. To Let. ONE Brick Store, three stories, No. 60 Union street. Apply to ja3dtt ST. JOHN SMITH. 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. THE Chamber (2d story) over E. T. Elden & Co's, Free Street Block, suitable for Jobbing or Wholesale Business. Inquiie of T. J. LITTLE, 79 Commercial stree*. BSF^Ivey can be tbnnd at E. T. Elden & Co’s Mar 2—dtf TO LET l PLEASANT rooms with boaru, or as lodging rooms, at reasonable rateB, at 31 Free street. Refer ences required* feb25dtL To Let, ROOMS in second and third story Griffith Block, No. 21$ Free Street. Also, rooms iu third aud fourth story Nos. 142 and 144 Middle Street. Apply to H. J. LIBBY & CO. March 18,18C7. dtf To Let. A FRONT ROOM adjoining the Chamber occupied by the Merchant’s Exchange. Also several desirable rooms in the new buildings near the comer ot Middle and Exchange Sts. If ap plied for now they can be fitted up to suit the appli cants. Apply to NATH’L F. DEE1UNG, No 19 Free Street, Mar 18. marl9d3w To be Let, ROOMS over H. H. HAY’S Apothecary Store, suit able for an office, den ist, or any light business. Enquire of JORDAN & RANDALL, 145 Middle Street, Evans Block. March 21. dtf PIANO FOR SALE. A SUPERIOR 7 ©ctnve PIANO FORTE. Lowest Cash Price $675. Will be sold for $550, As it must be sold immediately. E. IS. ROBINSON’S, Humic Kooui 347 1-4 ConureM St. Mar 21—dtf MR. 7V. HAVE MANN contemplates making Portland his residence, and will be prepared to give lessons iu Music and the German and Span ish Languages, AFTER Aran, t, 1807. Persons desirous to take lessons may leave tlieir address at Paine’s Music Store, corner of Center and Congress Streets, where circulars may be found. liefererMes—Hon. A. E. Stevens,Dr.S. Fitcli, Chas. B. Morrill, Esa., W. W. Stevens, Esq , N P. Rich ardson, Esq., J- II- Flail, Esq. mclil2codlm Livery and Hack Stable Notice. HAVING sold my stoclj and stand to Messrs. Gib by & Dow, I cheerfully recommend them to the patrons of niy stable, and would ask for them a continuance ot the tavors so liberally bestowed ou me. ERWIN CLEMENT. Having bought the stock and taken the stand here tofore occupied bv Edwin Clement, we pre pared to furnish all our mends with first-efass teams at reasonable prices, and hope by strict attention to receive a generous share ot business. Hacking in all its branches carefully attended to, under tj,0 charge ol the well known Knight of the Whip,” James Os ^ 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 carnagei*. Also, i iu band Hacks. J. F. Libby, mchl9-lw _ H. A. How. Freedom Notice. 11iero*>T relinquish to my son, Wallace W. San Boim, the r< maimler of bis minority until he be comes twenty-one years of uisc, and I shall pay no debtsot his contracting nor Claim any of his earnings after this date. AMOS SANHOHN. Naples, Feb. Z&, 1887. martdqwUw* REAL ESTATE. House Up-Town For Sale. MA two-story Wooden llouor, containing twelve flniwbed room*. cemented collar, Brick Cistern, Furnace, Gas throughout, ami with all the modern improvements. For partic ulars inquire at No* l.‘I Carlton Nireei, Or of Dr. COLBY, Press Counting Koom. Portland, Mar 22, 1807 —d2w Farms lor Sale# Three Farms in York County are offered for sale by the Biibscri ber. They aro located as follows: One in %1'aterboro’. One in layman. One in Keuucbunkport. These Farms will be sold low, or exchanged on favorable terms for Heal Estate in Portland, Saco, or Biddeford. Apply for particulars atoflieo 293 Commercial St., or at oflice in Saco. mar22d3w JOSEPH HOBSON. Hou8»‘ for Sale. ON the corner of Oxford and Myrtle Sts. It is two stories, with a basement, with ton finished rooms, in good repair; wetland cistern water, fur nace ami gas. Enquire at No 101 Ox lord st. mr22tf Desirable Store Lots FOR SALE, IV COMMERCIAL STREET. rpHE subscribers offer for sale the lot of land on l the southerly hide of Commercial Street, lieadot Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 by 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. PER LEY, Oct 18 tf_ „r W. S. DANA. Farm for Sale. I WILL sell my. farm near Allen’s Comer West brook, about three miles from Pori lurid, one mile from horse cars, ami Westbrook Seminary. Said farm contains about 100 acres, part of it. very valuable lor tillage, and part of if for building lots. There is a good house, two large barns, and out hous es on (lie \ remises, it will be sold together, or iu lots to suit purchasers Cl’ RUS THURLOW, sepll-dtt 165 Commercial St. House lor Sale. Aroo.I House two stories, Stable attached, haul and soft water, f.iodlot centrally located—con venient for two families, if desirable. Inquire at 13 Hanover or 1$4 Fore Ml., J. A. FENDERSON. Jan. 24, 1867. dtf VTOTICK. 1 will sell on favorable terms as to i payment, or let for a term of years, the lots on The corner ol Middle and Fruukliu streets, and on Franklin street, including thccorner of Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH & REED, Attorneys, Portland. jyl2tt For Sale or Lease. The Fine Lot comer of Exchange and Congress Streets, 120 feet on Congress and 56 feet on Exchange St. Will be let for ten or twenty vears, on favorable terms. A Block of Seven Stores In this central loca tion would pay a good intorcst. Apply to W. H, JERRIS. marl dtf Valuable Real Estate for Sale. THE fine estate corner Brackett ai d Walkei Sts. The lot contains over 26,000 square feet. Title perfect and terms favorable. Apply to W. if. JERRIS, marl dtf Reft] Estate Agent. FOR SALE! THE Store ami Land occupied by Charles W. Thompson, at Ferry Village in Cape Elizabeth* the store is nearly new and contains a large Hall, is about fiity rods from Ferry Wharf, is the best place lor trade any wheie outside bf Portland. For par ticulars enquire ot Thompson at the store or of I. W. PARKER, 249 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. Mar9d3w* For Sale. THE fine lot of Land on Spring, near High street known as the Boyd lot. containing about 10,000 feet; also about 300,000 Brick and 200 |»ercli of Stone. Said lot will be sold with or without the material. For further particulars enquire of JOHN G. TOL FORD, or CHARLES SAGER. mchlldtl For Sale. AN Office Safe of JolinE. Wilder’s manufacture, suitable for Railroad, Mauuiorturers’ or Bank ing purposes, measuring 5 feet 3 in. in height, 4 feet width, 2 feet 3^ in. deep, with interi r sale and draw ers. For sale by C. A. & A. BLANCHARD, 105 State Street, Boston, Ma«s. febl5 dtt House for Sale. ON NEAL STKEET, Upper Hall of the Brick Front House, containing in all 1*4 Rooms—ce mented Cellar, Lard and soft water—a good Stable, and yard room. Very convenient and desirable. Possession given sometime iu March. Terms easy. Apply on the premises, or to WM. H JERRIS, inar 2_dtf^_ Real Estate Agent. Brick House for Sale. MA good Brick House on Maple st, contamlng fen rooms. Hot and Cold Water, Gas, brick cistern, good cellar, slated roof, &e. Apply to " • IV- JERRIS, Real Estate Agent. Mar 12 dim* House anti Lot for Sale Very Low. HOUSE new, containing seven rooms, will be sold for $1,100, if applied lor immediately. ALSO: Lots for sale at prices irom one cent to $2 per foot. Enquire of JOSEPH REED, Iteal Estate Agent. Oak St. mar Congress. marSdtf Brick House for Sale. ON Brown Mreet, containing Fourteen finish ed Rooms, hard and soft water, gas and other modern improvements. Possession Tven April 1. Apply to D. H. Ingraham, Esq., or * W. H. JERRIS, marGdtf Real Estate Agent. Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. rpHE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil 1 lage ol Fryeburg, Oxfortl county, Maine, is pf fored lor sale at a bargain, it applied lor soon. The House is large, iugood repair, with furniture and hxtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire ot HORATIO BOOTH BY, Proprietor. Or Hanson & Dow, 54^ Union st. Fryeburg, Sept. 29, 1866. dtf FOB SaFFT A DESIRABLE Double Brick House, slated root, on Spring Street, between High and Park, with modern improvements, heated thoroughly by steam, piped for eas with fixtures; with a good Stable. Abundance of hard and soft wa:er in the house,with about 10,000 feet of land. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER. Mar 16—d3w —- — -• Lot for Sale. THE lot on the northerly side of Deering Street, adjoining the residence of Gen. J. I>. Fessenden. Said lot is sixty-two feet front and one hundred teet in depth. Apply to J. C. PROCTER. marl6dtf Real Estate Agent, Middle St. For Sale. , A FARM IN WELLS, MAINE, r Jlstate of the late Samuel Hatch, Contains about 90 acres, 40 to 50 ol g.KMl 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 and schools near, and in the inimc date vicinity of tho well known summer re sort, Wells Beach; w ill be sold low and on easy terms to close up the estate. Those wishing to see the Farm can apply to SAMUEL ELDRIDGE, near the premises. For terms, &c., inquire ot GEORGE K. HICHBORN & CO., No. 1 Scollay’s Bail mg, or address Box 114 P. O. Boston, Mass. marl6dlm A Good Farm \\lITHLN 3 miles of Portland, containing more *v than one hundred acres, plenty of wood, aud water, is offered for sale, or will exchange for real es tate in Portland. Apply to inch20—lw W. H. JERRIS. House tor Kale. THE convenient double bouse corner ot South and Spring Streets. Each tenement contains nine finished rooms, and may be sold separately. For further particulars, enqu're of the subscriber on the premises, No. 15 Spring Street. MRS. J. S. EATON. March IP, 1867. mar20dtf House and Lot for Kale, SITUATED iu Westbrook, near the end of Tu kcy'8 Bridge. A story and a half house, with 6,600 feet of land, shade and fruit trees. House coe taius eight rooms, with large attics, and has stable room for one horse and carriages, connected. It is lo cated on the corner of Winslow Street and the road leading to thetfarine Hospital. Price $2,000. Ap ply to L. A. BACH ELDER. (King, Thurlow & Co.) 165 Commercial St. March 20. dim* Farm lor Kale. THE homestead of the late Scott Dyer, Cape Eliz abeth, lour miles south of Portland Bridge, con taining about 100 acres, good s.»il, in good state of cultivation, fences all stone wall, young orchard, 75 trees grafted fruit. Pleasantly located. School and Church within } mile. For terms, &c., apply on the premises or to E. C. ROBINSON, mch20—tt 13 Moulton Street. House Lots and Water Lots —AT— Great Bargains! lOO House Dots AT PRICES FROM 1©$ to 15* 40, 45 and «IO eta. per foot, ON Franklin, Lincoln, Mayo, Smith, Fremont, Congress Monument. Atlantic, Munjoy,North, Walnut, Montreal, Melbourne, Quebec, Willis, Tur ner, Poplar, Wintlirop, Madison, Fox, Hammond. Eastern Promenade, and several new contemplated streets. ALSO. Water Lots on Back Cove and on East Commercial Street adjoining the Grand Trunk Railway, fronting the deepest water in Portland Harbor, and well adapted for Wharves and Manufacturing Sites. Toe subscriber being in a feeble state of health, and dcsirousof settling his own estate, now otters to persons wishing to invest in Real Estate the greatest Bargains to beliad in Portland. Enquire of UIOSFH GOUI ID No. 55 North Street, between the horn s ot 8 and 10* A. M.. an i 2 aud 4* P. M , where Plans of Lots may be seen. marSdedlw then eod3ur Maiuc Mutual Fire Insurance Com ity THE members of this On.puny are hereby notified to meet ut their oil! c In (iorliam, on 1 bnrsday, the 28th inst., at in o'clock A. M. The Directors will make a report in regard to the financial condition ot tlic Company, anil the nieiii l,.rB wm be callo I upon to take sueli action aa they may t com proper in regard lo ti e lutue operations of said Company, i'er order of the Directors. FREDERICK ROBIK, Seeretarr. March 20. cod&wlw. FOB SALE. A Desirable Residence at Cumberland Center, former residence of Watson Newhall. A good Two Story House well furnished, painied and blind ed, with an L., Wood House, Carilnge House. Bam, &c.f with about Twenty Acres ot Land, a urge Or chard, yielding some >ears HH) barrels of apples. Will be sold low. lmmc iate possession given. Inquire ot JOHN C. PROCTER marl6deod3w For Sale, or for Loii^: Lease. rpWO ot those Store Lots on the Northerly side ot X Middle Street, near the head of Plum Street, re cently covered bv the Granite Blo.k. Apoly to EDWARD FOX or EBEN STFETJ5. Portland, March 6,1867. deodlm money. Worn and Torn Currency and Greenbacks Bought at the Horse K. K. Otttce, by J*29(Ul M. «. FAinit H. i; ai K4u;_vri*. Portland Theatre! ^•le Lcimci and Manager*. MIUITU, HADLKl & CO. **»«• Oirrciar, W. 15. MIIKBU #A1%. The al»ove place of amusement will open on or about the FIRST OP APRIL, for a Spring and Summer^Swwn, with „ Fmsr DRAMATIC COMPANY I t#** Fwr further particulars see bills. March 22 dtl DEERING liAf.1' Two Mifflils Only. Monday & Tuesday, March &) & 26. TjA BITE’S CARNIVAL MINSTRELS! Universally admitted and undeniahfy the Champion Troupe ol’ America! And the Autocrats of all Minstrelsy. 24 lirilllunt J'lhiojiiun Stars. Six Comedians, including the greatest of all living Burlesque Acton, Billy manning, and H. W. Egan. Vo? Rancor*—The Champions Mike Kauane and Ned V\ est, and tl le wondrous Utica Bo s Marvelous Vocal Quintette-Sweet, Wheaton, Church, Brandisi and Carter. Ned Kneeland’s Mag niticent Orchestra Frank B wies’ Great Brass Band. An entire new progtammee by the Largest and most Versatile Company, and most extraordinary Combination of Instrumental, Vocal, Comic anil Terpsiohorean Talent ever coufedeja ted in one organ izaiion. Admission 39 cents. Reserved seals 50cts Chas. B. Gkiste, Agent I>, C. r,A RUE. Manager._mar20d6t Peering Hall, - Portland, Thursday Even’ng, Mar. 28. Mr. P. 8. GILMORE, Han the honor to anuouucc a Oraml Concert! With the following unrivalled array of Talent: CAMILLA IK SO, The best Violinist in America. fft Madame Bertha Johann sen, Tha Celebrated Prlrua ln.nna of the Graml German Opera. Mr. Carlyle Betersilea, The best Pianist in America. - Mr. M. M. Arbuokle, The best Cornet Player in America. Dr. C.A. Guilmette, The groat Lyrical Deed timer and best Basso Can tan ta in America. m Mr. John A. Howard, Accompanist. ALFRED VON ROCHOW, Agent. The Programme will be made up of the most Popular Compositions of the Best masters. Tickets Fifty Cents. Reserved Seats Seventy-tire vents; for sale at William Paine’s Music Store, aud at the door on the evening of tho concert. Doors open at 7—concert to commence at 8 o’clock. March 19—dtd THOMES, SMAEDON & CO, Have tills day oj cnwJ Iheir New Wtore! NO. 56 UNION STREET, Anil are prepared to show the TRADE a frill New Stock of Fine Woolens, And Tailors’ Trimmings! Just Received Irom New York and Boston. And which they offer at the very Lowest Jobbing Prices : The TRADE are respectfully invited to examine our Stock before purchasing. Francis O. Thomes. George ft. Smardon. marlK Itf Marrett, Poor & Co., Baring taken the Chamixm 311 CONGRESS STREET, ADJOINING MECHANICS’ HALL, Are now prepared to offer their triends and the pub lie a large and well selected stock ol CARPETINGS! Paper Hangings CURTAIN GOODS, Ac., fy Purchasers of the above foods are respect frilly invited to examine our stock which is New, Clean and Desirable. July 30 dtf Photographs! PhotographsI -A.. S. DAVIS, WOULD respectfully inform Ida firmer customers and the public generally, that he is now locat ed at No. 27 MARKET SQUARE, where he would be happy to receive all those wishing for Photographs, Ambrotypes, etc. N. B. All work warranted. 27 MARKET SQUARE. 27 MARKET SQUARE. Jan 14—3m* Portland Five Cent Savings Bank, No. 19 Eree Street. TYEPOSIT6 made in this Bank on or before April 1 El, will be nut on interest on that day, and regu lar Dividend will be payable in October. Special Deposits will be received at any time,pay - able on demand, interest from day of deposit, at such rate as may be agreed upon when deposited. NATH’L F. DEER 1 NO, Treasurer. Portland, March 8,1857. niarld&wtoApr2 Oread Collegia te Institute, For Young Ladies, Worcester. Mass BUILDINGS repaired and refurnished. Now in the most flourishing condition it has been since its establishment in 1848. Summer Term begins April 12. Send for Circular. HARRIS R. GREENE, A. M., Principal. MISS S. B. PACKARD, Asso. Principal. mar!6d1m FER TELISBERS. OAA TONS Cumberland Pure Raw Bone iiv/VJ Phoe. 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 Poudrette. 300 Barrels Littlefield’s Poudrette. 400 Barrels Fish Quano. jyFor sale at Manufacturer’s Prices, by KENDALL A WHITNEY. Feb 8,1807. !e9d3mls Elmwood Nursery, Thi.Hidr Woodford'. C.rarr, Wr.lbrook. PREBLE Street Cars pass the Nursery every forty minutes. A good collection of Hardy, Green Honor and Bedding Plante may always be found at the above place and at rea sonable rate*. Wreaths, Crosses, Bouquets and Cut Flowers furnished at short notice. Particular attention i»aid to preserving and ar ranging Funeral Flowers. PTO. Address Box 1702, Portland, Me. mcblodlw* f BRYANT* C’JTr OF PORTLAND. In Board of Mayor and Alpermen, I Mar h 18tn, 1867. f UPON the petition ol Forest City Sugar Refinery to erect and use two stationary steam engines in thetr bull ling on West Commercial street: Ordered— That Sat unlay, the fith dav of April next, at 4 o’clock P. M., at the Mayor’s < *tllee, in Mar ket Hall, lie assigned as the time and place for the consideration of said petition; and that said applicants give notice thereof by publishing tins order in one of the daily papers of this city four tiroes, the first pub lication to be at. least fourteen days isdorehand, that all persons interested nmv appear and be heaid there on. Attest—d\ M. HEATH, City Clerk. Copy, Attest—J. M. Heath, City Clerk. Marrh 20, 1807. d4t Steamers for Ssile. OTERN WHEEL STEAMERS “Falcon,” and k? “Clarion,” 2 years old, of the following dimen sions: Length 10 * feet; width over all 2R feet; depth 4 J feet; draft of water 33 inches; if good speed, with large freight and passenger capacity, in good order and rea*ly for service, with full inventory. Enquire of RUSS & STURDIVANT, mehlodlm 73 Commercial Street. Portland Commandery, K. T., Y*7TLL hold its Annual Conclave at M.ohan 1 V ics* Hall, on Monday next, March 25th, at 7 o’clock I\M. The niumal reports will l»e received, officers tor the ensuing year elected, and any other business which may come before the Commandery, will !*«■ in order. A full attendance is desirable, and members are re quested to In* i unctuxl. i>y order of the E. Commander. r» 4i i nr t .o ,UA* UKUKY, Recorder. Portland, March 18,1867. ntarlyisGc To Brick Makers. rpiIE subst rilH-r oilers lor sale a one story dwelling ., "9U8‘‘ a,,d two ac esof land, within t»*n minutes 9, Portland. 'I he most of the land L clay, on a lull side, and is a tine location f r a hrle’< maker.— There is a good spring ot water ou the lot. which is bounded by a running stream. This is a rare chance auvl will be sold low If applied for immedh-telv. W. U.JEKKH. Opposite Preble Hou**, Portland. March 20. dlv* AUCTION SALEH. *• M. PATTEN A To., AUCTIONEERS, office plum street. s w a Closing Out Sale. A sliull .• ell*n'sfttunSI'"1^.our P'**"* store, WO A. M, wj.liout the l'a.i?„V; “ai<> at 10 o'clock in. consisting ur Dry Oood. L?’, % 'l <* Hierc Dojlie.. B1..A.U c.'sr; •* » T..W 1b, .kins, Crash, Hosiery, shirts. llril » J‘> I*w Flannels, ’ Uca"''s/Tc.l., I'ant*. Six Silver Plated Ice Pitcher. Cake Baskets, Simons. Forks. Butter K«iJ .r k. Cutlery, Carvers, Albums. Note Paper, SuMiH.miit'iH, Heiiiiiauts. Tab.e Damask. *“*•» Also, six DariM-ta eight Hednund Mat rein** ,m.T Harneaaea. Hal tor*, Cyrciiuries, bag* Nut*, r arrela Bread, Show <,’a*e, What-Not, Tables, Stove i'.**. form Scales. Ac., Ac. 0 The above in uH be Wild without regard to »*ica weather fair or toui ' TO BE LET, ®*Mr© now occupied by us. Poaacssiou 1st of April. _March21. a:/- M PATTEN * Cu„ Aucfro. “• n' PATTEN & «;o., A.rti.nrm. PLUM STREET. Grist Mill on Detrring’B liridire at Auciion. ( ihe '.nmd£„V. « * o'clock, on Private sale.) will |« »a? '' “.'‘ "““'i disposed of at oktkbltellod «ri,t mill re,serve, the long situated on the „thZ25S£g " Brid*«- It I. Ilic best back country travel ,nto *,°rt,a*,d of trade of Portland, •«PI^ «iy Meal and Feed. There are tlueL r.^bT‘wi^ one lor Salt, with a Dry Room li.r same and fiE?’ tors for Corn and Salt, and all |„ ru, „ ^*T* Term* cash, tor particular* call on * oruor. . . EDW.ll. BUROIN, ni iniiltd_ 120 Commercial street. Aurtion.—Ileal Estate. ON Wednesday, March 27tb, 18»i7 at lo} o'clock A. M., oil the premise*, tlio wpJI known el. gant mansion of the late Hon. John Sbeplay, situated m the centre of the thriving City ot Saco, only thirty miuu e* from Portland four times a day. The house i.s in complete repair, ga* and gas fix ture* throughout; lar^e cistern; cemented cellar, a®L* • large and convenient stable attached. ,r _ * a verv desirable sitnation, and worthy the attention oi parties wishing a beautiful res:denct*.— term* made known a sale. For i articular* «n 3? Premises of J. C sHi-PLKV, Fsq., W. H'mI \K.!:S I,TI1’ 01 T. K. LANE, Auct r March 21. atd «S. SI. PATTEN & CO.., PLUM STREET. Shippiuur at Auction. 0N v; March 28tli, at It o’clock A M , at MEBUttANfe- KXCHAkUE. a,rue of Fora and Exchange Si reefs, Onr-MixtrcH, Harqut- Mar, C. Fo». Onr-Mixlrnilh Bri« Auliltra. Ow^iilwx'h Hri* J. «■. » .rk. x «II MfmreM Mtenmrr Hegulutor OuoMixtyfourth Mu-nm Tug Warrixr. - Also, —— Two Mharra Portland Utm Hnilroad l ora pan y. mar22dtd JOHN (’ROCKETT, Anriioarrr ami Appraiarr, (Office with Evans Jt Bailey) NOS. 1 & 2 FREE STREET BLOCK. Household Furniture at Auction. ON THURSDAY, March 28th, at Jh o'clok A. M., at No 16 Dow stre. t, will l»o uld at auction, aiielegrnr Parlor Set, Chainoer Sets, chairs.! able*, Bureau, 2 Brussels Carpets, Stoves. Kitchen Furni ture, Ac. Also a fine-toned Piano. mar2. did Farm at Auction, {■J Will be sold on the i.remises, Thursday, ■ckMurcn 2Hfb, at 2 o’clock P. M, a » ret c ass larm ot ab >ut 125 acres of excellent lau 1, eight mil a irom Portland, two and one-ha i from £uccaiajpa, one from Gorham Corner, ami near depot. Good grass firm, well watered, plenty of wood; new barn 40 by GO, with collar, two story house of nine rooms, iu good repair; out build.ngs, Ac. Ono extra cow and calf worth one hundred dollars. Also all the stock and taruiiug tools, one light rjd ing wagon with *wo seats; sleigh and harnesses; ox cart, lumber wagon, Ac. Also house f rmiuro, stoves, bedsteads, chairs, tables, secretary, bureaus, sofb, nice six ociavo me lodeon, Ac., &c. Jf day is stormy postpone to tlrst fair day. Terms made kno^n at sale, marjodtd __H. D^MuLELLAN, Auctioneer. |B¥ ED1VARD KIDDLE, BOSTON HOUSE AND CARRIAGE MART. Fronting Union Mi, A linyinnrkel Square, Bodoia. GREAT SEMI-ANNU \L TRADE SALE OF VAL UABLE NEW CARRIAGES. TWO HUNDRED SINGLE and, i OUoLK SEAT ED CONCORD WAGONS. ONE HPNDK D LIGHT BRuWNKlL WAGONS. TWO HUNDRED SETS SINGLE A DOUBLE HARNESSES. On Saturday, Ma ch .K», at U o’clock, As above—lor cash. * Will be sold without reserve, the largest assort ment of valuable new carriages wiiich ha.' been otb-r ed for many ^irs, and ind iding consignments from some of tho most celebrated mauuiuciurcr* in New England, New York and Pennsylvania -ALSO ?0ti single and double t eated Concord wagons, ltsi light Brownell wagons, t >r family use. 200 sets superior sing e and doubo- ham sses. Catalogues will l»e prepared and the wuole stook rea<l> for examination three days before thuiaie. Mar 23—2’., 27. • Sale of Timber Lands for Bates’ College. Land Okftce, I Bangor, March 7, tH'7. f NOTICE is hereby given, in pms ance of *• Re solve to carry into eflect chapter two hundred eighty-tour of the Resolves of eighteen hundred six ty-four in fivor of Bates’College,” approved Febrn ary 28, Ihi.7. that townsbips numtiered s. Range 17 and 10 ftango 17 W E L S. sit uated upon the L pper Saint flolin River, executing the South-net qua*ter oi the last named township, will be offered mr sale by public auction lor the benefit of said College, at the Land Office in Bangor, on Wednesday the llth day of September next, at 12 o’clock, noon. One third cash and satisfactory notes payable in on and two years, secured by mortgage ou the prem ises, will be received .n payment. ISAAC R. GLARE, marH<ltSept 11,-Land Agent. MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. N. DEMING, Medical Electrician 1 174 MIDDLE STREET, Nearly Opposite ike (Jalte4 State* Hot# WHERE he would respectful!*' announce to citizens ot Portland and vicinity, that he 0 {lenuaneutly heated hi this city. During the three years we have been in tins city, we have cured some ot the worst forms of disease in persons who have tried other forms ot treatment In vain, and curing patieuts in so short a time that (he question is often asked, do they stay’ cured? To answer this questiot we will wav that all that do not stay cured, we doctor the second time without, charge. Dr. D. has been a practical Electrician lor twenty one years, ami is also a regular graduated physiciat Electricity is perfectly a< touted to chronic diseases in the form of nervous or sick headache; neuralgia in the head, neck, or extremities; consumption when iu the acute stages or where the lungs are not lully involved; acute or chronic rlieumatiaiu scrofhla. hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas’Dance, deafness, slum • mering or hesitancy ol speech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver complaint, idles—we cure every ca^ that can be presented: asthma, bronchi tis, strictures ot the chest, and all forms of temal* complaints. # By Electricity The Rheumatic, the goutv, the lame and the HiaT leap with Joy, anil move with the agility and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain Is cooled: the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re* moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength; the blind made to see. the deaf to ’near and the palsied form to move upright: the blemishes ol youth arc obliterated; the accidents oi mature iite prevented; the calamities ot old age obviated and an active circulation maintained LADIES Who have cold banns and reel; -weak stomachs, lam - and weak backs; nervous and sick headache; dizzi ness and swimming in the head, with indigestion and constipation of the bowels; pain in thf side and hack; leucorrbtra, (or whites); falling of the womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long train-of diseases will find in Electricity a sure ini anv of cure. For painful menstruation, too ,».v>iu>e menstruation, aud all ol those long ln.e oi troubles with young ladies, Electricity is !a certain specific, and will, in a short time, restore the sufferer to the vigor of health TEETH l TEETH ! TEETH I Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Eleo TftlOITY without fain. Persons having decayed teeth or stumps they wish to have removed for reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Electro Magnetic Ma-.hineb for »ala for family use, with thorough instructions. Dr. I). can accommodate a lew patients with board uml treatment at hie bouse. Office hours from 8o’clock A. M. to 12 M.; from to 6 F. M , and 7 to 9 in the evening. Consultation IVee. * novlH DR, FULLERS EXT. BUCIIU, WILL CURE the exhausted powers of nature, which are accompanied by so many alarming symptoms—Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Mem ory, Wakefulness, horror of disease, trembling,pros tration. It is a speedy and effectual remedy for all diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, obstructions of the Trine, Gravel. Stricture, pain in the back or joints. Stand in the Bladder, Diseases of the Pros trate Gland, Involuntary Emissions, Dropsical Swellings, and diseases ot tho Urinary Organs in men, women and children. I B WILL CURE All weaknesses arising from Excesses, Habits of Dis sipation, Early Indiscretion or Abuse. DK. VILI.KBS EXTRACT OF BUCHU Is given with great success in all complaints of the Urinary Organs, whether new or long s:an ling. CJonorrhtra, €•!«•«!, Weakness, Chronic Catarrh, Irritation of the Bladder, and re tention or incontinence of Urine, from a loss 01 tune in the parts concerned in its evacuation. It Is also recommended for Dyspepsia. Chronic Rheumatism, Eruptions on the Skin, and Dropsy. It is The Female’s Friend. in all affections peculiar to Females, the BUCHU D invaluable in Chlorosis or retention, irregularity, Painful or Suppressed Menstruation,* Leiicorra-a, <»r Whites, and all complaints incidental to the se x, whether ar sing from indiscretion, habits of flisaips tion, or in the decline or change of life. For Pimples on the Face,nse the Buchu, ■T NEVI1B It is far superior to the weak teas with which the market is flooded, called “Extract of Buchu, contaiuining little or no virtue. Put up In Larger Bottlw, Stronger ami R''ller i,i tjiniiity, ami law. in ITIce, tlian any <*¥«* noH.iUtrl Extract ot Buchu. Prm.Onr Hollar I*er notile.or lloir-no*. for Fire __ ... , , nv\' i{ V A■ ClI'tAII., Prepared anil tbr sale bv Ho„>e, Ilostou. Cliemist tuiil Druggist, under ib’Sii Retail by all Druggie's Portland, Wholesale Agent VV.KPblUR* c>rU.r 4 Wiley, G. C. Goodwill & Co*. *u ■ iiiar.2dPm Boston, Mate. __ ' For Sale. .... vrutviTITlcL KlVi 1 RES. AND GOOD T^i,F, of a Genteel Boar mig House. Homo 1 ", ooiitrallv bs ateil. lie-,Hire o' new andtentra,lVrl KS,lN v eilADBOBKSK. jvalers in Real Estate, No. Congress St. I marodtiw Notice. ! l)EHSONS clearing Ihe rains or digging cellars will 4 linti a good place to deposit their rubbish on Franklin Wliai i'. I tt’puu do 8. BOUiaw. vuiMttngut.