Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, March 25, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated March 25, 1867 Page 3
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LAl'EST NEWS I Y TEL EG U A PH TO THE PORT LAHTD DAILY PRESS. -- «»»■ Mond ay Morning, March 25, 1867. ~~ - - XLTH OONGBFjSS—FIRST SESSION. Washington, March 23. if, wf. SENATE. •lari iorwin-v' Moved to take up the hill de , i y 'jf '.aw with regard to the sale of £*«.*? ^.rioO’aly belligerents. After debate », at* Tefuged to take up the bill. tr,„, ' Jide introduced a bill to promote forest Com' allure on the plains. Referred to the M xiittee on Agriculture. , intf Conness introduced a resolution roqilir ! ? the Secretary of the Treasury to cominu , 18te any information he may have relative , . any proposed change in the. mint law of the fnited States, upon the subject of refining gold and silver, and public policies incident thereto. Adopted. Mr. Wilson called up the bill relative to the collection of money duo colored soldiers sail ors and marines. Mr. Sherman offered an amendment, which t tTc Wlf ?hfnm^dUWin8 °ffiCerS °f thL' ar,U J'; Ameri^anTJ Calle? the bU1 to €rant to the ♦I' Telegraph Company of New York, * ° .Wa-' aut? privilege to lav, land and ?,ub-Marme cables on the Atlantic i*f the United States, and to establish _ 10 communication between the Unit • ‘ tatos and Europe via Bermuda and the Azores islands. Passed. Mr. VV ilsou introduced a bill providing that tnere shall be no denial of the elective fran chise to any malo citizen of the United States, on account of color, race or previous condition, anything in the Constitution of any State to printed^**^ notw*lhatj|mliiig. Ordered to be ,.£Ir* Wilson introduced a bill making tba ad- i ^unty act of July 28th last, e.pplica i»le to drafted men, seamen and marines en f2r corresponding periods. +enate concurred in the House ainend 5?nnt5tl? Pwmde f°a* the importa tfon’ free’ of w0*ks of Art for presenta The testimony tal'^n by the House commit tee on the New Y.ork Custom House frauds was, after consid arable debate, referred to the Judiciary Comi/iitU‘e, who are authorized to prosecute an ii jyestigation. rhe supple? nentary reconstructions bill was taken up am ± passed over the veto, yeas 40, nays 7. * * Mr. Trr» .pibull offered a concurrent resolu t: ember U dj°urnnien^ on Tuesday next, to De .. Vrako moved 1° auiend by substituting tlie 1 jth of October. Rejected. ^ **■ Morrill, of Vermont, moved to’amend by inserting the first Monday of November. Re jected. . ^r* Sumner moved an amendment to ad journ uutil June and then, unless otherwise ordered, until December. Rejected. Mr. Chanler moved an executive session.— Dost. Mr. Yates opposed the resolution. After further debate, the resolution was adopted, 29 against 18. The Senate then adjourned until Monday. HOUSE. rar. schonck in tbc cliadr, Mr. Colfax being absent. The rules were suspended to allow Mr. My ers to introd uce a bill to inerease the force of the J a tent Office. It authorizes the Commis sioner to increase the clerical and examining lorcc from time to time, as required, for prompt despatch <af business, etc. After a brief debate the bill w as passed. Col. ’Moore, the President’s private Secreta ry, delivered a veto message on tho supple mentary reconstruction bill, which was read. The veto of the President objects generally to the provisions of the bill and especially to those relating to registry — no persons being permitted to vote, whose names are not record ed, as preliminaries of holding conventions which are under martial law and conducted by tho commanding officers. There is no ap peal from tile registry; those in control of it may so act as to prevent the election of such delegates as may faithfully represent the wishes and sentiments of the States in conveu tion, to be called, to form new Constitutions.— No consideration could induce him to give big approval to such an election law. He sp'.-aks. of the reconstruction bill and this supplemen tary one ss establishing under martial law, military coercion, and as working politicaf disfranchisement, and refers to Vne remarks of Daniel Webster against military Governments founded in force and mock.elections, and takes occasion to reiterate bis views heretofore ex pressed in relation to restoration, expressing the hope that eventually all the States will he admitted to the 1 jnjoyment of their rights un der the Constitution. After readi’ag the veto, the House passed the supplement'jiTy reconstruction bill over the veto, 114 t'j 25. ^r- B1 ftjue offered a concurrent resolution, that w>jen the House adjourn next Tuesday, it be to November 11th. •“Meta lengthy debate Mr. Benjamin moved to table the resolution. Lost. The previous question was then seconded, and the House, without disposing of the sub ject, adjourned until Monday. The Burning of Winter Hurdcn Thenire* I'OM of Edwin Booth’s Wardrobe— Damage Estimated ut *.’100,000. New Yoke, March 23. At about 8 o’clock this morning- an employee of fhe Winter Garden Theatre, having occa sion to open the stage trap door, discovered the cellars underneath to be on fire. The alarm was immediately given, but before tho engines could reach the scene of the conflagration, the flames had communicated to the upper portion of the building, and in fifteen minutes from the first discovery of the firo tho theatre was reduced to a smouldering mass of charred reins. The firemen finding it impossible to save the building directed their efforts to pre vent the flames from spreading to tho adjoin ing building, the Southern Hotel, in wnioli they happily succeeded. Tho injury done to the hotel by water was very great, as the our taius, carpets and furniture have been much damaged. The lire is the most disastrous which has occurred in this city since 1865, and i nvolves a b >sa of about $300,000. All the prop erty of the theatre, including the magnificent wardrobe of Edwin Booth, were consumed. Later— By tho Winter Garden fire Mr. Booth losses his entire wardrobe, value,d at from $60,000 to $100,000. It includes many family jewels, some of which belonged to his father. He is not insured. The loss in theatre effects is about $60,000; insured. The damage to the Southern Hotel is estimated at from $10,000 to $16,000. The building was owned by the heirs of the Lafarge estate, and was valued at $600, 000; covered by insurance. Washington Items. Wahhngton, March 23. A. H. Garland, ex-member of the rebel Con gress, who. it will be recollected raised the question of the test oath as applicable to At torneys before the bar of the Supreme. Court, and admitted to its bar under its decision, lias arrived here. He is one of the Senators elect from Arkansas, and as it is certain any appli cation he may make for admission to the Sen ate will be ques tioned, it is understood that he intends carrying the matter before the Su preme Court of the United States. Surratt will not probably be tried before the next term of the criminal court in June, The prisoner and h is counsel are anxious for a speedy trial, but for some unassigned reason lus case is thus delayed. The committee appointed to investigate tho affairs of tha Printing Burean report no fraud ulent or over issue of Government securities The disbursements ot rfhe week were $2,219, 559. The receipts from internal revenue to-dav were $559,630. Washington, March 24. The State Department ban received infor raation from the United States Consul at Queenstown, under date of Feb. 14th, that the cholera bad prevailed in that part of the country, to some extent all winter. During the previous week, at WViitegate, a small vil lage near Queenstown harbor, eight cases of real Asiatic cholera hart occurred. EUROPE. NEW* B If THU CABLE. _ London, March 22. l llc Di&il steamer has arrived at Lis bon from Rio Janeiro. Active preparations had been resumed against the Paraguayans. The allied fleet had shelled the fortifications of Humaita. When last heard from, the Spanish squadron had como in sight of anil was pursu ing tha combined fleets ot Chili and Peru. Florence, March 22. The national Parliament was inaugurated to-day by King Victor Emmanuel, who deliv ered the usual speech from the throne. Eenianisin. New Yoak, March 23. The Roberts Senate of the Fenian Brother hood disposed of the proposition for a union with the Gieeson branch yesterday. They are willing to unite and send supplies to Ireland if a revolution is actually in progress in that country, but the movement against Canada will not be relinquished. Tne Fenian Senate continued in sossiou the greater part of to-day, and will probably not adjourn before Tuesday next. Nothing posi tive transpired regarding their deliberations but it is well understood that the preparations for the coming Canadian campaign occupied tho principal share of their attention. As yet nothing has come ot tho negotiations of seo tiODsof the organization. Bnuquci by Crorge Peabody. _ _ New York, March 23. Mr. Peabody gave a grand dinner to the trus tees of the fund donated by him for the educa tion of the youth in the South at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel last evening. Mr. Robert C. Winthrop made the opening speech ami pre sented a series of resolutions expressive of gratitude to Mr. Peabody for his friendly do nation, to which Mr. Peabody himself respond ed in a few words. The entertainment was, of course, of the grandest character, and pasted off in the most pleasant manner. Builroad Accident. _ . Woodstock, C. W„ March 23. The night express train going west ran into a freight train near this place this morning. Mr. Rogers, mail agent, was killed, Mr. Torrie, conductor, sejiously scalded, and Mr. Gellman express messenger, slightly hurt. The express car and baggage car took fire and everything inside was burnt The express safe wis sup posed to contain *00,000. A Wreck. New Bedford, March 23. The starboard quarter and the stern ol a ves sel, with other parts of a wreck, are drifting about in Vineyard Sound; apparently a schoon er of about 00 tons, painted green outside, and flesh color inside, taring the arineaiauo# of au cystomas, New Y *rk Iieau New York. March 23. Outward bound steamers take the foHtowmg amounts of specie: City of Boston 9146,000, VSSLt Queen stil! remains in thTlm GW ofWAm.™^S>olding its session at the Metropolis n°lel ,n tbls The lunexalol' A. J. Williamson.of the Sun day Dispatch, will take place at noon to-mor row. Toe Masonic fraternity and Republican clubs will attend. The number of deaths in this city during the past week was 415. . Mr.Stuari s loss by fire to-day amounts to $50,000. the damage done to the Southern Hotel is estimated at $100,000. 3 he total shipments of specie from this port during the past week loot up only $74,743. T Nrw York, March 24. James b. Cummings, an ex-rebel commis 8ary, has been arrested s.n charge of having used the powers of the so-called Confederate Government, to take from a resident of Ten nessee, property valued at $000,000, and fraud ulently convert it to his own use. He is in the Ludlow Street jail. Counterfeit 20's on the National Bank, Portland, are in circulation. Judge Russel yesterday refused hail in the ease of Wall, the alleged Marshal in the St. Patrick’s Day procession, who cut and slashed policemen with his sword. John Savage, Judge Daley and Eugene Kelley, who were, unknown to themselves, ap pointed to receive the Fenian funds by the Union square meeting, decline to have any thing to do with such funds, and have return ed various sums already sent to them from a distance. Gen. Schofield is about to displace such jus tices of the p'ace in his District, as he deems incompetent. The steamer Rising S{ar, with California dates to February 28th, arrived this morning. She brought $840,000 iu specie. The steamer Ocean Queen, tor Aspinwall, detained in the bay by the storm since the 21st, put to sea this morning. The steamer Atlantic, from Bremen, arrived this morning. _ _____ Foreign New* per Steamer New York, March 23. The steamship Australasian brings Liverpool advices ot the 9th aud Queenstown 10th. The Fenian movement was dying out. Wher ever the Fenians appeared they were promptly faced by the troops and the constabulary, and at once dispersed. The London Times urges tho arrest of every semi-American who may be found spreading treason among the people. The remains of Artemas Ward are to be placed temporarily in Kensal Green Cemetery, whence, in accordance with his desire, they will be conveyed to America. He was quite insensible for niue days before he died. He leaves the hulk of his property to his mother, and showed his love for children by bequeath ing an extraordinary number of legacies to persons of tender age. The proparty bequeath ed to his mol her is at her death to revert m trust to Horace Greeley, to be applied for tho foun dation of an asylum for aged aud infirm print ers. * The Cork Examiner of the 19th inst. says the insurrection which had seemed to be suppressed on the 7tli, had begun again to assume a seri ous aspect in Limerick and Tipperary, and there were several thousand Fenians in the Galtees mountains, hut they had no means of carrying on an offensive war, nor could they hold their ground against an attack. These men had been drawn from their homes, aud when collected together found that no provis ion bad been made to supply them with even the rudest weapons. They had beeu drawn into grave peril without there being a possibili . ty of their reaching their homes. This is the case also with those assembled in the Tippera ry mountains. Much panic prevails, but it is unreasonable and unfounded. The entire north and West of Ireland remain tranquil. From South America and Australia. New York, March 24. By the Rising Sun we have Panama advices to tho 13th. Three American ships lately took fire at Val paraiso, and had burned to the water’s edge. They were the George Raines, burned Feb. 9th, | the Flora McDonald and George tho Fifth, , Feb. 16th. It is suspected they wore fired by their crews. The President Prefect, Juanclio Diaz, was shot in Panama on the 10th by a druuken man named Major. The wound was a serious one. There was much excitement in Bogota, ow ing to a difference between President Mosque ra aud Congress, the latter refusing to recog nize the loans made by tho former. Advices from Sidney to Jan. 30,and Welling ton to Fel). 6th, had reached Panama. The ship McCole, from San Francisco, had arrived at Sidney. The harvest was over and the yield of cereals was larger than ever before linown. Large quantities arc being exported, and the market oilers no inducements to shippers in Chili aud California. The Aborigines in New Zoland are again giving much trouble. Chili advices state that Peru had never thought of peace on the basis proposed by the mediating powers. The iutest advices respecting the Argentine revolution are important. Tho division under Felipe Sua,nftera bloody engagement lasting two hours, was defeated by Gen. Pannerlo at Los Loras, with a toss of 300 killed and many wounded. Two other revolu tionary divisions undertook to avenge this de feat and were themselves routed, meeting with much heavier losses thau those suffered by >Sua. Pauntrlo then quietly continued his re treat to form a.junction with Mitre. General Order by Gen. Mickle*. Charleston, March 24. Gen. Sickles will publish an order to-morrow assuming command of the 2d district. The order says:—“Jn the execution of my duty as Commanding General to maintain the securi ty of the inhabitants in their persons and property, to suppress insurrection, disorder and violence, and to punish, or cause to be punished, all disturbers of the public peace, and criminals, the local tribunals will be per mitted to take jurisdiction and try offenders, excepting only such cases as may by order of the Commanding General be referred to a com mission or othermilitary tribunal for trial. Civil 1 officers are hereby authorized to continue to exercise the proper functions, and will be re spected and obeyed by the inhabitants. When ever any civil officer, magistrate or court neg lect or refuses to perform an official aot prop erly required of such tribunal or officer where by due and rightful security to person or prop erty shall he denied, the cases shall be referred by the post commander to those headquarters.” He also expresses a desire to preserve tran quility and order by means most congenial to the. people, and solicits the zealous and cordial co-operation and aid of civil officer! and citi zens, and that the occasion may seldom arise for tho exerciso of military authority is mat ters of civil administration. From Brazil and Fnrsgsay* New York, March 24. The Herald’s Rio Janeiro correspondence, dated the 24th ult., says nothing was transpir ing beyond the occasional bombardment of Ciirupaily by the Paraguayans and picket firing along the line. Reinforcements continue to leave Rio Janeiro. Two steamers, witli Argentine and Oriental troops on board, had exploded, and quite a number of lives were lost, aud an Argentine war steamer had been run down. The Mendoza rebellion was nearly sup pressed. United States intervention was talked of, but not generally expected. A conspiracy to murder the members of the Government of Buenos Ayres had been dis covered and the conspirators seized. Destructive Fires. Cincinnati, March 24. The furniture factory of H. Benkarp, with several Htnall buildings, was destroyed oy lire this morning. Loss $20,000. Trot, N. Y., March 24. A fire broke out last night in the cellar of Itufus Suet’s cloak and shawl store on Lime Htreetand extended to the jewelry store of Alexander Goldsmith. The damage by fire and water amounted to about $5,000; insured. Buffering at the South. New York, March 23. Advices from North Alabama state that the inhabitants living at a distance from railroads are dying of starvation, and unless relief reaches them, the whole range of counties in the Sand Mountain section "will be depopu lated. The rcent floods destroyed over 3000 bushels of corn and a largo amount of food sent by relief associations to the sufferers. From St. Domingo. New York, March 24. St. Domingo advices of the lltii inst. state that the Baez party had been crushed, and the republic was quiet. The proposed treaty with the United States for the bay of Samona is likely to elicit a spirited debate in CongrcBu. From Rio Janeiro. Nbw York, March 23 Arrived, steamship North American, from Rio Janeiro. On the morning of her depart urettbe office of the Anglo Brazilian Times was on fire. Cause not stated. IflincellaiicouM Despatches Cincinnati, March 23. A Newport and Alexandria Railroad omni bus was thrown over an embankment about seven miles from Newport yesterday afternoon, instantly killing one passenger and seriously injuring four or five others. The Democratic executive committee has nominated Judge James Safron for Mayor, in place ol Samuel N. Pike, declined. Madison, Wis., March 23. Both. Houses of the Legislature have con curred in the resolution voting thanks and a medal to Cyrus W. Field for his perseverance in carrying the Atlantic cable to a success. Fort Sedgwick, Cal., March 22. The 30th United States Infantry are at this fort. The officers and men are well. There have been heavy snow storms for the past three weeks, aud the mail routes were blocked. There is no sickness at this post. Cleveland, March 23. The Board of Trade resolved to-day to aban don the cental system. rp. _ Louisville, Ky., March 23. ine clay statue is to he inaugurated in the court house April 12th. R. C. Winthrop will deliver the address. M. Fillmore, A. H. Steph ens, and others, are expected to be present. » . .. , Augusta, Ga., March 23. meeting held to-night to nominate a candidate tor mayoralty, resolutions were adopted that coloied citizens be allowed to rcc ister their names and vote at the election in April. _ , , .,T Baltimore, March 24. The Maryland Legislature adjourned at noon on Saturday. The hill admitting negro testimony was not passed, i Albany, N. Y., March 24. I The,propeller John Taylor arrived here to day irom New York, being the first arrival of *«a*on. she met with but flight obatmo I Uun from to*. Convention of the Friends of the Belfast and Moosehead Lake Bail road. Belfast, March 23. An immense convention of the friends of the Bellast and Moosehead Lake Railroad was held here to-day. Delegates attended from nearly all the towns upon the route, and great enthusiasm prevailed. An unanimous expres sion in favor of loaning the credit of each town was reported. The proposed enterprise will open communication to a portion of Maine larger than Massachusetts, nch in mineral wealth and timber. No doubts exist tliat tbo road will l# built at once. Skip Newi. Ar at New York, 23d, skip Harps well, from Havre, March 1st. Spoke ship Cowper, iivUu Liverpool lor ; Boston, 40 days out, with loss of hetfd ot main and , mizzen topmasts; wanted uo assistance. THE HAHHE-IS. Financial* New York, March 23. Gold closed at 134|. Governments heavy and low er. Stocks lower on the prospect of an untavorabta bank statement Monday. Minin j shares quiet hut firm. New York Markets* New York, March 23. , Cotton—very firm under the light receipts; sales 2,300 bales; Middling Uplands at 304 @ 33c. Flour—Receipts 1,477 bbls; saleso,500 bbls; State and Wostorn5 @ 10c better. Superfine State at 9 85 @ 10 75; Extra do, at 11 00 @ 11 75; Choice do at 1180 @ 12 70; Round Hoop Ohio 11 70 @ 12 55 ; Choice do 1260 @ 13 75; Superfine Western 9 85 @ 10 75; Com mon to good Extra Western 11 00 @ 12 25; choice do. 12 30 @ 13 75; Southern a shade firmer with sales of 600 bbls.; mixed to good at 1110 @ 12 60; Fancy and Extra, 12 70 @1675; California firmer with sales of 500 sacks and bbls. at 14 50 @ 15 25. Wheat—1 @ 5c better; sales 38,500 bush. Milwau kee No. 1 at 2 75; No. 2 common do at 2 45 @ 2 48: No. 2 prime do 2 55; No. 3 at 2 20. Amber State at. 3 10; California White at 3 12} @ 315. Corn—opened dull and heavy and closed 1 @ 2c bet ter, with a fair speculative demand ; sales 60,000 bush. Mixed Western, iu store, at 117 @ 118; do, afloat at 118@ 119. Oats—heavy; sales 26,500 bush. Western at 62} @ 65c. State at 70 @ 71c. New Ohio at 65 @ 67c. Beet—steady; sales 800 bbls; new plain mess at 13 00 @ 19 00;*ncw extra do, 19 00 @ 23 00. Pork—steady and quiet; sales 2,800 bids.; new mess at 23 50 @ 23 68, closing at 23 56 cash; regular old mesB at 22 50 @ 23 00; prime at 18 75@ 19 37; also 4250 bbls. uewr mess at 23 GO@23 95, sellers for April and May. Lard—dull and heavy; sales ot 950 bbls, at, 124 @ 134c for new; also 250 tierces for last half of April at 134c, seller’s option. Butter—dull and heavy; sales Ohio afll @ 20c; State at 20 @ 32c. Whiskey—quiet. Rice—dull; sales at 10} @ lOJc. Sugars—quiet; sales 300 hhds Muscovado at 10* @ 11c. Coffee—quiet. Molasses—quiet. Naval Stores—quiet; Spirits Turpentine at 77} @ 78c. Rosin at 4 2a @ 9 00. Oils—quiet; linseed at 1 30 @ 1 32; lard, sperm and whale quiet. Petroleum—steady; crude at 16c; refined bonded at 24 @ 27c. . Tallow’—steady; sales C9,200 lbs. at 11 @ lljjc. Wool—more active and without decided change; sales 300,000 lbs. at 50 @70c for domestic fleece; 37 @67}c for unwashed; 23} @ 341c for Texas; 24 @ 34}c lor California; 39 @ 41c for'Capo; 43c for Mes tiza; 34} gold for Donskoi. Freights to Liverpool—lower; Cotton ll-32d by : sail, and 8-16d by steamer; Corn 3}d by sail. -:— Chicago Markets. Chicago, March 23. Flour moderately active at yesterday’s prices.— Wheat steady and advanced } @ lc: sales of No. 2 at | 2 111. Com active and advanced 3c; sales at 89@ 91c for No. 1, closing at 85}c for Winter receipts No. 2. , Rye opened quiet and advanced } @ 2c; sales at 1 22 for fresh receipts No. 1. Bailey moderately active: sales No. 2 in store at 76@ 80c. Provisions quiet and ! unchanged. Mess pork at 22 50. Beef and hams in active; Cumberland at 94c; loose dry salted should ers 8c. Lard inactivo and nominal at 124 @ lL'^c. 1 Receipts—4.200 bbls. flour, 7,500 centals wheat, 24, 000 cental.0 corn, 3,500 centals oats, 2,400 hogs. Ship ments—6,000 bbls. flour, 4,500 ceutals wheat, 2,000 centals corn. Cincinnati Market*. Cincinnati, March 23. Flour In good local demand and steady. Trade brands 11 50 @ 13 50; Fancy brands at 14 00 @ 16 00. Wheat higher with a fair demail'1 lor Winter ; sales at 2 55 @ 2 60 for No. 1; Spring at 2 90. Com Armor with a good demand; sales No. 1 at 73 @ 74c in eleva tor, ana 85c in sacks. Oats steady; sales No. 1 at Sic. Rye in fair demand ; sales No. 1 at 1 45 (a) 1 47. Bar ley unchanged. Whiskey in fair demand at 2 27.— Provisions quiet with not much demand. Mess pork at 22 50 @ 23 00. Bulk meats at («»for should ers. Bacon at 94, 114 @ 114c for sides. Lard held firmer; sales at 124 's’ 13c. "Butter at 30 @ 33c. Eggs dull and lower; sales at 14 @ ltc. Exchange firmer at previous rates. Now Oilcan* Market*. New Orleans, March 23. Cotton—unclianged; sales to-day 2,750 bales; low Middling at 29c: receipts 1,019 bales; exports 1,009 bales. Sugars null. Molasses dull. Exchange on London 145 @ 1454. Exchange on New York $ @ 4C premium. Ran Francisco Market. San Francisco, March 23. Under the influence of China ami Eastern advices Flour ruled firm with a slight advance; extra super fine 650; superfine 5 75. Legal lenders 74. The ship Lauda], with 21,000 sacks of Wheat, and the Winged Arrow, with 22,000 sacks, cleared to-day for Liverpool. Commercial—Per Cable. London, March 22, Evening. Consols advanced 4, closing at 91 for money. American Securities.—The following are the closing prices of American securities: Erie Railway shares 39. Illinois Central shares 784 ex-div. Unit ed States 6-20’s 744 Liverpool, March 22, Evening. The Cotton market heavy and prices have a down ward tendency; the following are the quotations: Middling uplands 13id; Middling Orleans 13$d: sales to-day 7,000 bales. Breadstuff—The market is quiet. Corn, Mixed Western 41s 3d per quarter. Provisions —Beef—extra prime mess declined to 125s per 304 lbs. Produce—Ashes at 34s per cwt for pots. Rosin—com mon Wilmington 9s 3d. Linseed cakes £10 for thin oblong. Petroleum Is 6d for standard White. Frankfort, March 22, Evening. United States 5-20 bonds sold to-day at 774. Boston Stock List. Sales at the Brokers’ Board, March 23. American Gold. J3tg United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. 109 United States 7 3-10tbs, 1st series. 1054 “ 2d series. 105$ “ 3d series. 1054 United States 5-20s, 1865. 107J July, 1865. 1074 Boston and Maine Railroad. . .. 131} Eastern Railroad. 109 Portland, Saco & Portsmouth Railroad. 101 [Sales at Auction.] York Manufacturing Company. 1360 Pepperell Manutnctunng Company. 1005 Maine State Sixes. 994 New Hampshire State Sixes,. 994 Bangor City Sixes, 1871,. 95 Portland City Sixes, I860. 97 Eastern Railroad Sixes, 1884. 994 Choice Southern and Western FLOUR AYR CORN! for sale by O’BRION, PIERCE & CO., Whalmale Dealer., 154 Commercial 8t., deeSldly PORTLAND, Me. The Greatest Invention of the Age. A periect working model of CEBRY’M WOOD 8AWIN6 MACHINE will be exhibited for the Bale of County and State Bight*, tor one week only, at tne laventor'a Exckau,e,909 C.u,rru Mt. Portland, March 23, 1807. d3t* Tilton & McFarland, Desire to call the attention to the fact that more th 4 O Of their Safo* gave AMPLE PROTECTION In th late fire. Parties desiring a FIRST RATE SAFE, At a MODERATE PRICE, will (.leaeo call o„ EMERY & WATERHOUSE, Middle Street,Portia Or at HO Ondbary Street, Doetou. ryScctmil-liaTHl Safe* taken in exchange for eale. Jan 15— BKlBlwiueachmo&advremainder of time. Portland Five Cent Savings Bank, 1Vo. 19 Free Street. DEPOSITS made in this Bank on or before April 1, will be put on interest on that day, and regu lar Dividend will be payable in October. Speeial Deposits will be received at any time,pay able on demand, interest from day of deposit, at sueli rate as may be agreed ui»on when deposited. NATH’L F. DEERLNG, Treasurer. Portland, March 8,1857. marld&wtoApr2 Sierra Morena Molasses, 560 HIPS. \ C hoice Mola**eH just 31 TIERCES J lauded from brig “Gipsey Queen,” for sale by THOS. ASENCTO S CO., Custom IIou*c Wharf. March 20, 1867. mr21dlwia To Samuel H. Colesworthv. Clerk of the Second Uni versally Society of Portland: You are hereby required in tlie name of the State of Maine, to warn and notify the members of said Society, in said Portland, to meet at the Probate Court Room in said Portland, on Thursday evening, March 28tb, 1*67, at74 o’clock, tj act upon the follow, ing articles, viz: 1st. To choose a Moderator, to preside at said meeting. 2d. To see if said Society will vote to purchase the lot of land belonging to the Pearl Street Universalist 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. A18«7nder °Ul h*nda this 19th day of March, is. c. siiaw, ISAAC JACKSON, mch20-eodt<l S'S,iAW.! I Assessors of said i Society. To Brick Makers. THE subscriber oilers lor sale a one story dwellin'* liouso and twa acres of land, within ten minute* ride of Portland. The most of the land is clav on°i hill side, and Is a fine location fur a brick maker — There is agood spring of water on the lot. which is bounded by a running stream. This is a rare chauco and trill In' sold low if applied for immediately. W. H. JE11K1S, Opposite Preble House, Portland March 20. dlw* Steamers for Sale. STERN WHEEL STEAMERS "Falcon,” and "Wnrion.” 2 years old, of the following dimen sions: Length 10i feet; width over all 28 feet: depth 4} leet; drarl of water 33 inches; if good speed, with large freight an<l passenger capacity, In good order anti ready for service, with full inventory. Enquire of ROSS & STURDIVANT, mchl3dlm 73 Commercial Street. Notice. rflHK first meeting of the Corporators of the "Eagle X Sugar Refinery,” will be held ;at the office ot said Refinery, on Fore Street, on Saturday, the Bill day of April next, at 3 o’clock I*. M., for the purpose of organization. JOHN SPARROW, JOHN LYNCH March 23, 1887. Utd PELEG DARKER. Notice. PERSONS clearing the ruins or digging cellars will find agood place to- deposit their rubbish on Franklin Wharf. septindtl S. ROUNDS, Wharfinger. CICMLKM. 280 .MTimported autt domestic cigars tor .ale by X’, C, MITCHELL & SON, jHlUtl liS f«l« Jttiett _ MISCELLANEOUS. Blindness, Deafness, -AND-* Catarrh ! During dr. cakpkntkr’s late visit to Portland which closed Feb. 1st. so great a number of persons deferred consulting liiin until the latter part of bin stay, that many were unable to do so,Ids tune being ftilly occupied. To accommodate those and others desirous of consulting him he Returned to Portland March 1st, And can be consulted at the 17. S. Hotel uutil April 1st, upou alldiseascs of the Eye, Lar, Throat — AND — As usual. And lie would advise those intending to avnil themselves of his services to call early as'con venient. Dr. C. can refer to many patients in Portland and vicinity, who have been cured or benefitted under his treatment, who do not wish their names made public, but arc willing to converse with those interested. flJTConsultation at office Free, but letters must contain one dollar to ensure an answer. Office hours, Sunday excepted, 9 to 12, 2 to 5, and Gi to 7} o’clock. CERTIFICATES. Testimonial of A. K. Grrcnougli, Esq. I was afflicted with Catarrh so badly that I had a continual pain In my bend, eyes very weak, was fast loosing my memory, head was so confused that I was totally unlit for business and general health fast tail ing. I applied to Dr. Carpenter in 18G5 and his rem edies cured me. I remain a well man. A. K. G REENOUGH, Proprietor of National House, Bangor, Me. Certificate of i'npt. Mum of Portlard. Portland, Jan. 3,18G7. I suiFered from deafness eight years. Was under treatment at the Ear Infirmaries of Boston, New York and Philadelphia, without receiving benefit; •but knowing of cases worse than miue, that Dr. Car penter c.urca, I was induced to apply to him. On ex amination the Dr. was not sure he could cure me, but would do the best lie could. A course of bis treatment has restored me to my natural hearing. Any person desiring to see mu cau do so on hoard of bark “ Isaac Carver,” Union Wharf, Portland. ALONZO L. SHUTK. Testimony of Hon. Z. Collin*, Union, Me. Dr. Carnouter, Dear Sir,—Learning you are in Portland, I write for the purpose of intbrming you that the bearbig of iny son, Leroy Z. Collins,' re mains i>ertectly good. You will remember that in March 1*65, you relieved him of doahiess of fifteen years’ stauding, which had increased to that extent that he was obliged to leave his studies ami went to a trade. He is now' at the Theological Seminary Bangor, where he lias resumed his studios, which without your assistance, he never could have done* May vi u live long, prosper in your profession, and es^ pecially cause the deaf to hear, is the desire of Yours, very gratcftillv, Z. COLLINS. Certificate of Mr. A. 4i, Blunt, Port kind. Tills may certify that Dr. Carpenter, now at the United Statos Hotel, has cured nio ot deafness and discharges of the head of 17 years’ standing. I hail been doctored by many eminent physicians without relief. Any ]*ersou interested cau 8o<3 me at Messrs Blunt & Foss,’ Middle Street. A. G. BLUNT. Portland, Me., Jan. 14,18G7. Hundreds of Certificates received in this State can be seen at the Dr’s Office. Ibb23dtf SPRING STYLE GOODS - AND - SPRING FASHIONS! Both for Garments for OUT DOOR WEAR - AND for - DRESS SUITS S Have been tcceived by WILLIAM C, BEOKETT, i • MERCHANT TAILOR, At liis new store and old loea ion. No. 137 Middle Street. Among his last accessions are the Fancy Stripes for Pantaloons of (livers colors, which have Tecontly come into vogue in the laiger cities. Many varieties of FANCY GOODS THICK and SUBSTANTL.1L, intended lor busi ness suiiB during the chilly weather that is yet to come. -also Fine Tricot*. Twilled Broadcloth*, and other IVice Fabric* for in-door occa sion*, nud New Style* nilk* and Cashmere* for Vesting*. In short, the best oi the styles of Goods that are to be found in NEW YORK AND BOSTON, May here be obtained, and Ms old friends and the public are respect!ully invited to examine lor them selves. NEW STORE 137 MIDDLE NT. March 21,1 C7. dtf THE PIICENIX Insurance Company ! OF HARTFORD, CONN. Capital. #000,000. Cash Assets Jaii.l, ’67, $1,103,467,00 Surplus over Capital, $500,000. Will Insure all Good Properly at the low est Current Rates. W. I). LITTLE & CO., Ag’ta, mr22 No 79 Commercial Street. dtl Hoots and Shoes ! CLARKE & LO WELL, No. JiO Market Square. WE can'and will sell as Rood a quality ot Boots and Shoes, at as cheap rate as can l»e found in the city. We have some shop worn goods and others a little out ot the present style which we wish to close out before going into our new store and will sell them at Less Than Halt the Original Cost. Call and examino tor yourselvos. opposite Preble Street. nrir22d;>t new e 3 d LORBERY COAL,. 1 UST arrived per sch Joseph Baxter, a cargo of *# 400 tons of Free Burning Lorbery Ked Ash Stove Coal. For cooking purposes this coal is unsurpass ed by any in the market. For spring ami summer use it is very nice. Also per sell D. S. Liner a cargo of 4 0 tons Jolms White AnIi Coal, 8T0VE AND NOO. A very choice coal and warranted to give satisfac tion. ltandall, McAllister <& Co., 60 Commercial Street, marl92wis Head of Maine Wharf. PIAXO FOR SALE. A SUPERIOR 7 Octave PIANO FORTE. Lowest Cash Price $675. Will be sold for $550, As it must be sold immediately. E. B. KOBINSON’N, Music Kooin M7 I -i Congress St. Mar 21—dtf Livery and Hack stable Notice. HAVING sold my stock and stand to Messrs. Lib by & I>ow, I cheerfully recommend them to tlio patrons of my stable, and would ask for them a continuance of the favors so liberally bestowed on me. EDWIN CtEMEIVT. Having bought the stock and taken the stand here tofore occupied by Edwin Clement, we are now pre pared to furnish all our friends with first-class teams at reasonable priees, and hope by strict attention to receive a generous share of business. Hacking in all its branches carefully attended to, under the charge ot the well known “Knightof the Whip,” James Os gcod. Particular attention paid to boarding horses. For Sale as above: Ten Horses, of various kinds, 4 Carryalls, 4 Jenny Linds, 4 sets double Harnesses. 1ft single Harnesses, 3 top Buggies, in good order, to make room for new carriages. Also, 2 2d hand Hacks. J. F. Libby, mchlfMw II. A. Dow. FOR washing white goods this Soap is unsurpassed: it is made trom Pure and Clean Material, and warranted uot to spot, stain or injure the finest fabric Ladies, bv using the Pioneer Soap your clothes will wash easier, look nicer, and smell sweeter than with any other Soap in market. Pioneer Soap Saves Time. Money, I^atvor and Clothes.

fl*>,rl,.,*er8» Painters and Mechanics generally will find this an excellent Soap tor the hands, as it erad icates dirt quicker, leaves the hands soft and smooth, and prevents them from chapping. try it. Sold by every Wholesale and Retail Grocer. Man utacturodby TAYLOR & YOUNG, .... „ N°.18C Front Street, New York. Churchill, Hunt &- Melchcr, 87 Commercial Street, 1). B. Ricker & Co., 185 Fore Street, agent for Maine. Marco 22. codliu* For Sale. rnHF FURNITURE, FIXTURES, AND GOOD j 1- WILL of a Genteel Boarding House, House new and cent rally located. Inquire of PATTERSON (V OH ADBQURMJ, i ^ i>V?lerB to Astute, No, '4*7 Cougiw fa i puwihiaw WANTED. Wanted, A GOOD American or Nova Scolla QIBL to do general hou-e work in 11 email family. Apply at 435 Congress street. martodlw* Chambers to Let. OVER W. W. Carr <& Co.’s store, No. 3 Exchange near Fore St, that will accommodate 130 work men ai shocmaking, tailoring, or many other kinds ol' business. For Sale. One lot of Land new the bead of Wilmot street, for sixty-five cents per foot; also, a lot near head of Deer street, about 31 by 55 feet, for $1200; also, a two story House and lot «>u Munjoy Hill tor $2500; also, one House ami Lot on Merrill’s Court, Chestnut street, that will let for $300 per; also, one house onMouutlord street, with about 6000 feet of land more or less; tlds house belongs to the estate of the la e Lemuel Tukcy, and will be sold at a bar gain. Terms easy. Apply to mcMdlm W. W. CARR & CO. WANTED ! I EVERYBODY to know that store 335 Congress St. !i has been replenished with a new stock of. Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Hats, Which will be sold cheaper than ever. Ity*Remember the sign, California Cheap John. March 5—dtf Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flour Barren suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., uovl3dlf 139 Commercial street. A Tailor Wanted. A Good reliable, practical Cutter can hoar of a good situation, bv applying to the subscriber at his Clothing Store, Nos. 1C2 Fore, and 15 Moulton Streets. ALFRED BAbKELL. m-'iiT 1367 d3w* Agents Wanted! JUST OUT, Farragut and oar Naval He roes, bv tbo brilliant a* d popular Historian, J. T. Headlv. This is tbo only work on the Navy in the War, and everybody is buying it. GEORGE H. BLAKE, GENERAL AGENT, TeM—3m No 8 Clapp?* Block. Wanted Immediately —AT THE— New Employment Office ! No 220 1-2 Congress St, ‘id Door West of City Building (up stairs.) IRLS capable of doing all kinds of house-work, T to whom good .situat ions will be given. Also LABORERS for various kinds of work, and CLERKS for every kind of business. EGSrWc are able at all times to supply parties In any part of the State with GOOD RELIABLE HELP, either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors, Farmers ami others will be supplied with Men anu Boys tor all kinds ot em ployment Free of Charge. Don’t forget the num ber, 229* Congress Street, next to City Building, Port land, Me. GOUKEAIl Ac HEWITT, Feb 22—lit f Proprietors. Flour Barrels Wanted! ON nml after January 2d, 1867, we shall resume the purchase ot Fleur Brls. for CASH, at the Office ot the Portland Sugar Co., 37 1-3 IXanforlli Nl„ Feb8d»f J. B. BBOWN & SONS. Wanted Dally ! ! AT The General Agency amt Employment Office No. 1151 1-3 eouerr.. Ntreet. All per sons wishing to seem o good Girls for any respecta ble employment, will fuel them at tli's Office, j. Also please notice. We will send you men and boys for any work in city or country, Iree of charge. Wo want good American, Provincial, Irish and Colored AYomen and Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every day tor all orts oi situations in this City and vicinity. Give us a call. „ , cox & row A US. Portland, Me., Jan. 25, ’67. ian30 utf Book-keeper. \\TANTED by a voung man of practical experi » T ence, anu who cun bring the best of recom mendations, a situation as book-keeper or salesman. Address G. AV. B, Portland Post Office. mr21dlw» Bookkeeper. WANTED by a young man of practical experi ence, and who can bring the best of citv refer ences, a situation as Bookkeeper < r Salesman, where close attention to business wdl be appreciated. Apply to W. II. .XEltlllS. marAdtf Under Lancaster llall. Wanted. AN experienced Salesman In the retail Dry Goods '.business; one who con give good City reference, may hear of a permanent situation by addressing Box 1018 Portland Post Office, giving real name and references. marlCtt LOST AND FOUND. Picked up Adrift, IN Casco Bay, several spruce sticks, Hemlock logs, and one stick for a mast eight-square. Tho owner can have tbe same by calling on tne subscriber,prov ing property and paying eba ges. mr22d3t* BAXTER SCOTT, Hog Island. Wanted. -A AAA FLOUR BARRELS, at Forest Ov/.Uv/vf City Sugar Refinery, West Com mercial, near toot of Emery street. Proposals will also be received for new Sugar Bar rels, and a sample may be seen at the office of the Company, 159j Commercial, at cornor of Union St. teblgditwti T. C. IIERSE V Dog Lost. A SMALL Black and Tan Terrier. Answers to the name of “ Pet.” A liberal reward will bo paid for his return to 139 Daufortli Street. HENRY H. FURBISH. March 13. dtt _TO LET. To Let THE three storied Brick Store 201 Fore, loot ol Plum Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, feblfkltf Plum Street. To Let. ONE' Brick Store, three stories, No. 50 Union street. Apply to Ja3dtf ST. JOHN SMITH. For Rent. /"YFFICES in tho third story of building on corner V ’ of Exchange and Milk Streets. Enquire at of fice of OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Feb. 25. tf Exchange Street. To Let. rpHE Chamber (2d story) over E. T. Eldon & Co's, I Free Street Block, nullable lor Jobbing or Wholesale Business. Inquire of T. J. LITTLE, 79 Commercial 8tree*. B3P"*Key can be fonnd at E. T. Elden & Co's | Mar 2—dtf TO LET ! PLEASANT rooms with board, or as lodging rooms, at 1 caw jnablo rates, at 31 Free street. Refer ences required* feb25dtt. To Let, ROOMS in second and third story Griffith Block, No. 21J Free Street. 1 Also, rooms in third and fourth story Nos. 142 and 144 Middle Street. Apply to H. J. LIBBY & CO. March 18,1867. dtf To Let. A FRONT ROOM adjoining the Chamber occupied fv by tho Merchant’s Exchange. Also several desirable rooms in the new bnildlngs near the comer of Middle and Exchange Sts. If ap plied for now they can bo fitted up to suit tho appli cants. Apply to NATH’L F. I)BERING, No 19 Free Street, Mar 18. marl9d3w To be Lef, ROOMS over II. H. 1I AY’S Apothecary Store, suit able for an office, don 1st, or any light business. Enquire of JORDAN Sc RANDALL, 145 Middle Street, Evans Uluck. March 21. dtf SEED. SEED. 750 BAGS PRIME TMOTHY. 'ISO “ Northern New York ami Western Clover. 400 Sacks Red Top. 140 Bushels Canada Golden Drop Spring Wheat MO Bushels Cape Barley, two row’d. Buckwheat, Flax, Hemp, Millet, Cauary and a lull assortment of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, oil select ed with care and reliable. A full assortment of Agricultural Implements, FertilizcrM, Ace., For Sale by KENDALL d: WUITNEY, March l6,m-!.-<£iT'lUaU’ Saggua molasses. 505 HHDS. 1 Muscovado M:losses, cargo brig TCS. ) ‘‘Hattie S. Emery,” /torn Sagun. 414 Ilbds.) Muscovado Molasses cargo Brig “J. Bbl3. ) C. York,” from Sagua, for SALE by 0120. s. HUNT, Mar i^w 111 Commercial St. DRIED •IRJPeIeS. 75 'ah/by WESTEKN DRIED APPLES, for Smith, Donnell & Co., niarl td'.'w 93 & ft5 Commercial St. Choice Clayed Molasses. ;nER?'is }s7Sr * Now landing from Brig “Anna Wellincton,” from Cardenas, and tor sale by , OH ASE, CRAM & STCRTEVANT, mar23 dti___Widgery’B Whart. ■* OK SALE. 100 BBLS. EASTERN 1). APPLES. “Sliced.” IVPVf “ 44 44 44 <<(*nr«>4l *» lSWBn.H. G.SEED. 52 ff?; Clover Seed. 52 i:)’18- Clear Polk. ,, /*°1 Choice Lard. Also Clioice Elands of Flour, ljy Jeremiah Howe A Co., Ilir-1 d3w No 27 Commercial St, Portland. imllviss seed. CiOO BAUS HERDS GRASS SEED, received I and for sale by Smith, Domicil & Co., I IWWMSW tfi tf M CouUuefVMtl Kit REAL. EHTATE. Houses for Sale. THE Tenement Houses erected by the Executive Committee lor the relief ol suiterers, are now ot tered for sale. They are situaied as follows Six blocks, containing twenty-live tenements, near the Glass Works. Eigliteen blocks, contaiuiug tttty-eigbt tenements, near the shovel Company. Teu blocks, conlaining lorty-two tenements, on Munjoy’s Hill. Eight blocks, containing forty-four tenements, near the Jail. Thirteen blocks, conlaining fllty-eigUt tenements, u®jr tbc Alms House. ... °'lr blocks, containing fourteen tenements, near Washington street. 1 cruis cash. For further particulars enquire of March H^«V F<jX- Trustee. Sf—3 rod. of ^M^parulel^siref ° WnfC»K'a tow price 11 applied for immediately. A good chance f,^ a person doing business in the city. * hanoo fur Bmarg3oodkW J. mepuit i House Up-Town For Sale. MA two-Bfory Wooden IVounr, containin’' twelve* dnibbed roouu, cemented cellar Brick Cistern, Furnace, Gab throughoft, and with all tbo modern improvements. For partic ulars inquire at No. 13€arltou8lrcel, Or of Dr. COLBY, Press Counting Room. Portland, Mar 22,1867.—d2w Farms for Sale. Three Fur nan in York County are offered for sale by the subscri ber. _ : They are located as follows: One iu Waterboro’. One In Lymau. One in Kennebuukport. These Farms will be sold low’, or exchanged on favorable terms for heat Estate in Portland, Saco, or Biddelord. Apply lor particulars nt office 293 Commercial St., or at office in Saco. mar22d3w JOSEPH HOBSON. House for Sale. ON the corner of Oxford and Myrtlo Sts. It is two stories, with a basement, with ten finished rooms, in good repair; well and cistern water, fur nace and gas. Enquire at No 101 Oxford st. inr22tf Desirable Store Lots FOR SALE, nr COlflUIEBCIAL STREET. THE subscribers ofler tor sale the lot of land on the southerly side of Commercial Street, head of Dana’s Wharf, measuring 72 bv 150 feet. For fur ther particulars inquire JONAS H. PER LEY, Oct 18 if_ or W. S. DANA. Farm for Kale. I WILL sell mv fanu near Allen’s Comer West brook, about three miles from Portland, one mile from horse cars, aud Westbrook Seminary. Saul farm contaius about 100 acres, part ot it very valuable for tillage, and part ot it for building lots. There is a good bongo, two large barns, and out hous es on the premises. It will be sold together, or iu lots to suit, purchasers CYRUS TICUBLOW. sepll-dtt_ 165 Commercial St. House lor Sale. A good House two stories, Stable attached, hard and soft water, good lot centrally located—con venient for two tamiiies, if desirable. Inquire at 13 Hanover or 184 Fore Ht«« .J. A. FENDERSON. Jan. 24,1807. dtf NOTICE. I will sellon lavorable terms as to payment, or let for a term of years, the lots on the corner of Middle and Franklin streets, and on Franklin street, including the comer ot Franklin and Fore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, Bangor, or SMITH & REED, Attorneys, Portland. jyl2tt For Male or Lease. The Fine Lot corner of Exchange and Congress Streets, 120 feet on Congress and 56 feet on Exchange St. Will lx; let for ten or twenty years, on favor&ldo terms. A Block of Seven Stores in this central loca tion would pay a good interest. Apply to W. H. JEBBIS. marl dtf Valuable Itcal Estate for Sale. rpHE fine estate comer Brackett and Walker Sts. JL The lot contaius over 26,060 square feet. Title perfect and terms favorable. Apply to W. H. JEBBIS, marl dtf Real Estaie Agent. FOB sale: HIKE Store and l and occupied by Charles W X Thompson, at Ferry Village In Cape Elizabeths the store is nearly new and contains a large Hall, i about fifty roils from Ferry Wharf, is the best place for trade anywhere outside of Portland. For par ticulars enquire ot Thompson at the store or of 1. W. PARKER, 249 Congress Street, Portland, Maine. __Marlhiaw* For Sale. THE tine lot of Land on Spring, noar High street known as the Boyd lot, containing about 10,000 feet; also about 300,000 Brick and 200 perch of Stuiie. Said lot will be sold with or without the material. For further particulars enquire of JOHN G. TOL FOKD, or CHARLES SAGER.mchlldtf For Sale. AN Office Safe ot John E. Wilder's manufacture, suitable for Railroad, Mnnutorturers’ or Bank ing purposes, measuring 5 feet 3 in. in height. 4 feet width, 2 feet 3J in. deep, with interior sole and draw ers. For sale by C. A. & A. BLANCHARD, 105 State Street, Boston, Mass. febl5dt( House for Sale. ON NEAL STUEET, Vjiper Half of the Brick Front House, containing in all Vi# Booms—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 dtt Real Estate Agent. Brick House for Sale. A good Brick House on Maple st, containing j ten rooms. Hot and Cold Water, Gas, brief Lcistern, good cellar, slated roof, Ac. ~*7 to f. If. JERRIS) Real Eatate Agent. Mar 12 dim* House and Lot for Sale Very Low. HOUSE new, containing seven booms, will be sold for $1,100, if applied for immediately. ALSO: Lots for sale at prices irorn one cent to $2 per foot. Enquire of JOSEPH 11EED, Real Estate Agent. Oak St. near Congress. mar8dtf brick House for Sale. ON Brown Street, containing Fourteen finish ed Rooms, hard and soft water, gas and other modern improvements. Possession Tven April 1. Apply to D. II. Ingraham, Esq., or W. H. JERRIS, marCdtf_Real Estate Agent. Valuable Hotel Property for Sale. rpHE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil 1 lage ot Fryeburg, Oxford county, Maine, is ot tered for sale at a bargain, ii applied lor soon. The House is largo, in good repair, with lurnitnre and fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. ' For full particulars inquire ot HORATIO BOOTHBY, Proprietor. Or Hanson A Dow, 54\ Union st. Fryeburg, Sept. 29,1866. dtf FOB SALET A DESIRABLE Double Brick House, slated root, on Spring Street, between tf igli and Park, with modern improvements, heated thoroughly by steam, piped for gas with fixtures; with a good Stable. Abundance of hard and soft water 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 foot in depth. Apply to J. C. PROCTER, marlCdtf Real Estate Agent, Middle St. For Sale. A FARM IN WELLS, MAINE. Estate of the late Samuel Hatch, contains about 00 acres, 40 to 50 of - good wood land and pasture, good •— 24 story House with L., 1 <rgo Barn, Shells, &c. The Farm is located at Wells Corner on main road; churches and schools near, and in the immo date vicinity of the well-known summer re sort, Wells Beach; w ill be sold low and on easy terms to close up the estate. Those wishing to soe the Farm can apply to SAMUEL ELDK1DGK, near the premises. For terms, &c., inquire ol GEORGE R. HIGHBORN «& CO., No. 1 Scnllay’g Bull ling, or address Box 114 P. O. Boston, Mass. marlodlm A Good Farm WITHIN 3 miles of Portland, containing more than one hundred acres, plenty of wood and water, is offered for sale, or will exchange for real es tate in Portland. Apply to mcii20—lwW. H. JERRIS. House tor Sale. THE convenient double house corner of South and Spring Streets. Each tenement contains nine finished rooms, and may be sold separately. For further particulars, ienqu:re of the subscriber on the premises, No. 15 Spring Street. MRS. J. S. EATON. _ March IP, 1867. mar20dtf House and Lot for Sale, SITUATED in Westbrook, near the end of Tu key’s Bridge. A story and a half house, with 0,600 feet of land, shade and fruit trees. House con tains 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 the Murine Hospital. Price $2,ooo. Ap ply to L. A. BACH ELDER, (King. Thurlow & Co.) 165 Commercial St. March 20. dim* Farm lor Sale. THE homestead of the late Scott Dyer, Cape Eliz abeth, four miles south of Portland bridge, con taining about 100 acres, good soil, in good state of cultivation, tencos all stone wall, young orchard, 75 trees grafted fruit. Pleasantly located. School and irhureh within $ mile. For terms, &c., apply on the premises or to E. C. ROBINSON, mch20—tt 13 Moulton Street. Houses tor Sale! TWO new* 1 \ story Houses just completed, with 7 finished rooms. Price 1 ,NOO, within fifteen minutes walk of the Post Otlice, together with other bouses at prices from $1,500 to $10,000* -ALSO To Lease, 50 HOUSE LOTS and several Store and Wharf L"ts, at prices from $12 to$200 per year. Enquire of IUOSKN iiOlLD, No 55 North St., between the hours of 8 & 10$ A. M. and 2 a ft p. m., where plans of lots may be sunn. Mar 5dlw t eod.'Uv For Sale—House on Park St BEING about to remove from this city I offer tor sale my House, Np. 55 Park St. It is good size and conven ent, with all the modern improvements, Bathing room, in which is Hot and Cold water, Gas, Furnace. &c. Con eeted with house is a good stable. Po-session given first day of May next. Enquire at No. \ out merein I KM. head of Hobson's wharf, of J. H, Hamlen, tbe subscriber. .VTI .l IIEN PATTEN. or of W. 11. JEKR1S, Real Esta»e Agent. Jau.TOeodtl eastern express t o. notice : THE Government have decided that they will pay the express charges both wavs upon ? 3-10 Bonds j Kent to Washington tor exchange. The Eastern Ex i press Company will receive and forward such Benda ! under their contract with the Government without ) charge to tiic owners, and the Department will i«t urn I m t'ftri’iftiw p»M» tet/MU’ entertainments. Portland Theatre! Role * —pr~ anti II n anger*. »91ITU, IUOLEV & CO. Stone Director, W. K. SII KftlDAS. The above place of amusement will open on or about til FXltST of APRIL, for a Spring an<l Summer Season, with a FIRST CLASS DRAMATIC COMPANY! tSTFor further particular* ssu bills. March 22 dtf DEEKI^ HALL. Two Nights Only. Meiidav & Tuesday, March 25 & 20. LA RITE’S CARNIVAL MINSTRELS! Universally admitted and undeniably the **hampi«u Troupe of America! And the Autocrats of all Minstrelsy. 24 Brilliant Ethiopian Stars. Comedians, including the greatest of all living nm M Burlesqi!® Actors, Billy Maaauig, aud If. W. Eguu. »ndUiied »Uke Kauanc Marvelous Vocal yuintott2,M*«I,Jcii Church. BrandU a«.l hweet, \\ healon, Ned Knccland’s Magnificent . Frank B uvles- tire," Br^B^d'’"'™’ Alien! Ire new programmer. l,v , moat Versatile Company, and nnd Comhiuattou of Instrumental, Vnr if*liril"rii ,iarv Talent cvet oonfedeiatod In nni iaalion. Admissiuu 33 cents. Ucm rvc.Uea » H' (’HAS. B. OuisiE A -... . n. C. f.A BUE. .Manager. martW Peering Hall, - Portland, Thursday Even'ng, Mar. 28. Mr. P. S. GILMORE, Has tlio honor to announce a Grand Concert! With the following unrivalled array of Talent: CAMILLA 1 It NO, The best Violinist in America. Madame Bertha Johann/ten, The Celebrated Priwa Donna of the Grand German Opera. Mr. Carlyle JPetersilea, The best Pianist in America. Mr. M. M. Arbuckle, The best Carnet Player in America. Dr. C.A. Guilmette, The great Lyrical Dccliiraer and best Basso Cantau ta in America. Mr. John A. Howard, Accompanist. ALFRED VON ROC HOW, Agent. The Programme will be made up of the most Popular Compositions of tho Best masters. Tickets Fifty Cents. Reserved Seats Seventy-tivo cents; for sale at W’illiam Paine’s Music Store, and at the door on the evening of the concert. Doors upon at 7—concert to commence at 8 o’clock. March 19—dtd THOMES, SMARDON & CO, Have this day opened their New Store! NO. &C> UNION STREET, And ore prepared to show the TRADE a full New Stock of Fine Woolens, And Tailors’ Trimmings! Just Received from New York and Boetoii. And which thoy offer nt the very Lowest Jobbing Prices : The TRADE are respectfully invited to examine our Stock before purchasing. Francis O. Thomls. George n. Smardon. marl8Jtf F. A. PBE SCOTT, (Late of the Internal Revenue Bureau, Washington.) Oounsellor-at-Law and Internal Revenue Solicitor, No. ly, State St., Dost on. Hll R. PRESCOTT’S long experience in the Inter 1" nal Revenue Bureau, in the “Division of Frauds,” having charge of all cases of violation of the Revenue Laws, his amilutriiv with Departmen tal practice, and his acquaintance with the Revenue Officers throughout the country, will enable him to be peculiarly successiul in making a speciality of all matters pertaining to the Revenue Laws. He will attend to claims tor Drawbat k, Abatement, Refund ing, and for Ihe recovery of penalties paid by way of compromise. He will advise parties as to tfio man ner of making returns in accordance with law, or as to obtaining decisions from the Department at Washington, and will defend in cases of alleged vio lation of the Jaw In regard to taxes, penalties or crim inal offences Mr. Prescott will practice Indore the various De portments at Washington, the Supreme Court of the U. S., and the Court oi Claims. For the speedy transaction 01 business, Counsel of high sfaudiog, residing in New York, St, Louis, Cin cinnati and Washington, are associated with hiiu. a n28eod.3m Photographsl PhotographsI A. S. UAVIS, "ITTOULD respectfully inform his former customers ▼ Y 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. janl4—3m* Oread OoUejrtntc Institute, For Young Ladies, Worcester, Mass BUILDINGS repaired and refurnished. Now in the most flourishing condition it has been since its establishment iu 1848. Summer Term begins April 12. Send for Circular. HARRIS R. GREENE, A. M., Principal. MISS S. B. PACKARD, Asso. Principal. marlAUm FEU TIEIZEUS. TOWS Cumberland Pure Raw Bone V / Pbos. of Lime. 50 Tons Coe’s Phosphate of Lime. 25 Tons E. P. Coe’s Phosphate of lame. 20 Tons Lloyd’s Phosphate of Lime. 500 Barrels Lodi 1’ouurette. 300 Barrels Littlefield’s Poudrctte. 400 Barrels Fish Guano. Gy For sale at Manufacturer’s Prices, by KENDALL A WHITNEY. Feb 8,1867. teDdSmis Elmwood Nursery, This Side Woodford's Corner, Westbrook. PREBLE Street Cars pass the Nursery every forty minutes. A good collection of Hardy, Green llonsc and Bedding Plants 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 paid to preserving and ar ranging Funeral Flowers. P. O. Address Box 1702, Portland, Me. mcblOdlw* C. F. BRYANT. Farm for Sale. THE well known Cushman Homestead—one of the most deliglufu and desirable country residences in the county, situated in the town of New Glouces ter, is ottered for sale on tlio most favorable terms. The atKive farm is beautifully located on the main road, 18 miles from Portland, only teu minutes walk from Powual depot and Post Ofltce. It corsisis of 120 aerosol excellent land, conveniently divided—prin cipally by stone fences—into tillage, pasturage ar.d woodland; a lino orchard, containing lOfMT thrifty apple trees; a splendid garden well filled with a vaif etv ot pear and tiljiu trees, strawberries, raspberries, currants, and a large grape arbor, covered with choice vines, from which 8 to 10 bushels of grapes are gath ered annually! also a handsome flower garden, or uameutal trees, &c., &c The buildings consist of a fiue brick House, three stories high, containing 16 rooms, with large two story brick L; a fine m-w stable and carriage house adjoining tlie L; together with two bains, one new, 80 by 40 feet; wood sheds, work shops and other out buildings, all in good order. There Is a convenient and abundant supply of well water; also a large never-tailing cistern of sot* water in cellar of L. In addition to the above farm, and laving adjacent to it, are two oilier lots, each containing lid acres ol the finest tillago and luml*er laud in the county; either or both of which will be sold in connection with or separate from the Home Farm. For particu lars enquire of Hon. Goo. \V. Woodman, firm of Woodman, True & Co, or of J. N. Lord, firm ot Stevens. Loftl & Haskell, Portland, or of J. E. F. CUSHMAN, on tLc premises. mch4deod&w3w Farm tor Sale, rpiIE “Mark Allen” estate, containing two bun J dred acres, situated wiilun one and a half miles oj Powual Depot, in Powual, County of Cumber land. Said farm is well divided into pasturage, til lage and wood land. Is well watered, has good and convenient building*, cuts some’sixty tons of bay, and has some twelve hundred cords ol merchantable wood for the market, be*-kies enough lor the tarm. This estate would make two good thrum, and will Ix» sold together or in separate lots. Inquire ol John il. Noyes, near the premises, or CHARLES C. COBB. Executor, 99 Lisbon JStreo , Lewiston, Me. March 13. cod&wtf Kindersrnrten School.' rivllE Spring Term of ilie Ki dorgirlen School 1 will commence MONDAY, March j:th, in the Vestry of State Street Church. marKdlw*_ Camphor Ice. OF the same unrivalled quality manufactured by ns (l.r tbe last ten years, we are now prepared to furnish consumers and ibc^tradc. Ui^anj' quantity. i mcWWi! new eH ‘ * Aiaion sajujs. *• m. I'attkn & eft) MmSmmmm PLUM STREET. Grist Mill ou Deeriug’s Bridge at Auction. trail!' of Portland, and a good‘part Meal and Feoil. There are three nui " t" one for Salt, with a i>ry Room lor » une and ^'“08' tor* for Com an ISa.t, ami all in *.„d rwunb.e i,rTn,V XtTiua Cilb. For (mi titular* call on • '*• KOW. H. WUROIN, iu b<19t«l ______5!£¥5?Iefc|l s«r*et. C. n. rATTlN A » 0., AiMhlNr», UFFH-F PLirAf KTItKKT. Last Auction Sule on Plum Street. ON WEDNESDAY, March 27th, at 10 u'cluck A. M , will be sold All the dttotia I,eft from Hiilurtlay'w Mole, Consisting of Car|iet8, Bods, Blankets. Quilts, Tow els, Doylies, Haudkercbieia, Hosiery, Linens, lieu •oilcloth* Doeskins, Crash. Cottons, Cutlery, Clothing, Fiuu-y Goods. with a vaiiety of other arti « lt», which uiu*tbp bold at any lute. No uoaipoilO | __ m»r25 iltd Auction.—|teal l/stute. ON Wednesday, March 27th, 1867. at l»| o’clock A. . premise**, the well known elegant ■ii.’iiiMoii ol the late Hon. John She ploy, bPuauJd ill the centreo» the thriving city oi Saco, only thirty min ures from Portland four time* a day. The house Is jn complete repair, yn* and gati fix tures throughout; larjje cetera, c. merited cellar, aud a large and convenient stable attached. This is a very d* slrahle situation, an.I worthy the attention ot parties wishin" a benut lul residence.— Terms made known a sale. For i articular* en quire on the premises of J. C .Nil I* PLKY, Fsri., W. II. KlYtUS.'irni, or T. I\. |.-\Xp Auit’r March 21. <itd ■5# HI. I'ATTKT A CO,, Aurlioum«f PLl'M STREET. Shipping nt Aut-tiou. 0N ™URSDAY. March »tl>, at 11 o’clock A M , EXCHANGE, corner of Fore Exeliang. Siroets, H"r«iu, Marr C. I'm. SSSSKSS - Ti n Nhnrru Sirsmcr Krsulnlcr Onc-Mixl,four1h Mirnm fu< It iirri.r. Also, — ,,0r,,nuJ *»•«« Railroad Aoaipaay. _ u.arSMld_ MIDI C ROC'KKTT, Awti.unr a ml Appralwr, (Office with Evans & Bailey) NOS. 1 & 2 FREE STREET BLOCK. HouBcliokl Furniture at Auction. ON THURSDAY, March 2-tb, at Id o’clok A. M., at No 16 Dow stre-t, will he .old at auction, aneleguit Bar lor Sot. Chauiocr Sets, < hairs, i'ablos, Bureau, 2 Brussels Carpets, Stoves, Kitchen Furni turc, &c. Also a fine-toned Piano. jnar2ikltd ® Fitrni at Aikclion, Will bo sold ou tho premises, Thursday, JrikiMarch 28tli, at 2 o’clock P. M, a Jlrst e’ass farm ot ab nit 125 acres of excellent land, eight miles from Portland, two and cne-ha!! rom Saccaiappa, ©no •rom Gorham Corner, and near depot. Good grass farm, well watered, plenty of wood; new barn 40 by 60, with cellar, two story home of nine rooms, in good repair; out buildings, Ac. oue extra cow and trail’worth one hundred dollars. Also ail tbo stock and farming tools, oue light rid ing wagon with *wn seats; sleigh and harnesses; ox car*, lumber wagon. &e. Also house f>rmturc, stoves, bedsteads, chairs, tables, secretary, bureaus, sofa, nice six octave mc loricon, &c., &c. If day is stormy postpone to first fair day. Terras made kuowu at sale. | marj.idtd II. 1>. McLELLAK, Auctioneer. K. UK. IMTTKN A €0„ AUCTIONEERS, OFFICE BLUM STREET. Household Furuitiiro at auction. (“'lENTEEL Household Furniture at Auction on I Friday, March 20tb. al 10 A.*M., at house No. 70 Free street, now occupied by G. L. Nfcoier, Esq., • he entire contents, consisting in putt of Mahogany and Walnut Parlor sets in Rep and Hair Cloth. So las, Chairs. Rockers. CeT.ter, Card. Work and Pem broke Tables, Lounges, What-Nots, 8«cretary, Pi vans, Carved ( hambur Nets in Black Wulmil and Mahogany, Painted Set*, Bureaus. Bedsteads, Stands Also. Brussels. 3 tMy, Super line, Stair and Oil Carpets, Rugs, Mirrors, Curtain*. Feather a d Spring Beds. Mattresses. Bedding, Ritcheii Furui turo, Ntoves&c., tuul a general assortment of house hold ai tides. The above Furniture was manufactured to order, and i aving been well cared tor, i* now in excellent condition. Those in want of good article* will atr tend this sale. «.ld mar 25 GOVERNMENT SALE -OF STEAMER “ TYRO. »* Will be Mold by Public Ahciioii, At FRANKLIN WH ARF, in the city of Port land, Me., on Friday, tlic 29th Inst., at 3 o'ol'ck P, M., the steamer “XVRO,” «»• about 50 tons burth en, in tine order and repair. It has been used by tho U. S. Engineer Department in this harbor, and is no longer needed. Terms cash, in Government funds. U. S. Enuim.kk Office, I Portland, Me., March 19, lwt7.1 Geo. Thom, B’v’t Brig. General U. S. A. J. S. Bahey, Auctioneer, mrh ltLcodSLS: tedtd BY IlDWAHD RIIVUliE, BOSTON HOUSE AND CARRIAGE MART. Fronting I'liioa Nl. A UajiuarkctMqunrc, Bo* ton. GREAT SEMI-ANNUA L TRADE SALE OF VAL UABLE NEW CARRIAGES. TWO HUNDRED SINGLE nm^DOUBLE SKAT ED CONCORD WAGONS. ONE HITNPRI OUGHT BltuWNELL WAGONS. TWO HUNDRED SKI’S SIV.LE & DOUBLE HARNESSES. On Saturday, Ma eh 30, at 11 o'clock, As above—lor cash. Will l»e gold without reserve, the largest assort ment of valuable new carriages which has been otter ed for many years, and including consignment* from some of the most celebrated manufacturers In New England, New York and Pennsylvania -lALAO 200 single and double r eated Concord wagons. 100 light Brownell wagons, for family use. 200 8v*ts superior sing’o ami double harm sses. Catalogues will 1** prepared and the whole stock roadv for examination three dars be tore the sale. Mar 23—25, 27. J. II. DRAPER, AUCTIONEER. U. 8. Cotton Sale!! joiin h. dk trnt & co. WILL SELL ON Thursday, April 4th, 1867, at olio o'clock P. M.. at their Sales Koom, !Yo. IJI2 -Pearl (Hanover Square,) by order of Francis Robinson, spec ial agent Treasury Lcpartm ut, GO© Bales North < arolina and Geor gia Cotton. The above cotton has been sampled and classed by G. W. Amory, and may be seen by sample at th* office o4 the Auctioneers, No. 112 Pearl street. New York, two days before the sale. mar-JOdtd Sale of Timber Lands fur Bates’ College. Land Oefice. I Bnncjor, March 7, 1**7.J NOTICE is hereby Rivon.^k pmsuanco of4’ Re solve to carry into edecHkntpter two hundred eighty-tour of the Resolves oieighlecn hundred six ty-four In frvor of Bates* College,” approved Febru ary 2s, 1W;7. that townships numbered », Range 17 :ind 10 Itange 17 W K L b. situated upou the Upper Saint .John River, excepting the Southeast quarter or the last named township, will be ottered lor salo l»y public auction tor the benefit of said College, at the Land Office in Bangor, on Wednesday the 11th day ol September next, at 12 o'clock, noon. One third cash and satisfactory notes payable In on and two vearp, secured by mortgage ou the prem ises, will be received in payment. , „ ISAAC R. CLARK, marsdtSept 11, Land Agent. MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. N. DEWING, ’Vtedical Electrician1 174 MIDDLE 31'KKh.X, Nearly Opposite the taiir4 State* Kate WHERE lie would respectfully announce to citizens ot Torfland aud vicinity, ihat he a permanently located in tlds city. During the threo years we have been in this city, we have cured soino ol the worst forms of disease in persons who have fried other forms ol treatment in vain, and curing patients iu so short a time that the question is often asked, do they stay cured? To answer this uucstioi we will say that all that do not stay cured, wo doctor the second time without charge. J>r. D. has been a practical Electrician tor twenty one years, and is also a regular graduated pliysiclai Electricity is perfectly adapted to chronic diseascain the form of nervous or sick headache; ueuraagiu in the lead, nedk,ot extremities; consumption wher. iu the acute stages or where the lungs are not lully involved; acute or chronic rheumatism wroAila. hip diseases, while swelling*. spinal diseases, curvature of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas* Dance, deafness, Alain menng or hesitancy ol speech, dvspepsia, liufigt* tion, constipation aud liver complaint:, piles—we cure every case that can bo presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures ol the chest, and all loruis of female complaints. Uy Electricity The Hbeumatic, the gouty, the lame ami the lazy leap with joy, and move with the agility and elastic* ity of voutli; the hdated twain is cooled: the trust* bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re moved; faiutne.'S converted to vigor, weakness to strength; the Mind made to see. the deni to hear and the palsied term to move upright: the blemishes ot youth are uMitemted ; flu* ACCIDENTS oi tun tor# hie prevented; the calamities ol old age obviated and an activeetroulatior maintained. L A II I KS Who have cold haiu.s and leet; weak stomachs, lam and weak back*; nervous and sick headache; dizzi ness aud swimming in the head, wb b indigestion and constipation of the bowels ; Min in the side and back; hueorrhcea, (or whites); tailing of the womb with in ternal cancers; turnons, polypus, and all that long train of diseases will timl in Electricity a sure means of cure, fc'or paimul menstruation, to«> ,.»oin«e menstruation, and all of those long hoe oi troubles with vouug holies. Electricity »» a certain specific, aud will, in a short tiijo, restore the sufferer to the vigor ol health. TEETH : TEETH l TKfTTH 1 Dr. It. still continue. to Kxlraet IVeth l.v Ki.uo* TRKTTX firwi'T rt!.v. ItavintrU,•••»>,• I t.ivih or stomp- they vW to liove reii'ov <1 tor r. sot tinr lie would stve a i»>Ute invitation local!. Sui*eri»»r Ei.ivruo Mahnkth Ma-.iiinks lor safe for family use. with thorough instrn. tions. Dr, D.Van accommodate a few I'«*tient» with board snd treatment at hi" hon«e. Office hours from 8 o’clock A. M. to 12 M.; from to i>P. M.. and 7 to 9 iu the evening. Consultation Ikes. __ novltl Portland Commandery, K. T, Ann,,a'. Cosot. *vmM >!ioliait o’ctocUV !v,Ia11' UI1 -Monday lit xt, Man . l 7 Tile annual reports wiU be roc t ft),oiiv rs tor tba eiisiiin.r vear eie«tca, rod »nv other lm iu.-» wbi. li U‘il»v«!:Vimc fhc 0*iMiuriiid* r>, will • urd* *. A full .ittendanc* \1etdrablc,&bd im ir.Un an re quested to bo punctual. By order of the ix.Cumtnunih r. IRA liEUKY. Recorder, PutUMri, Miuvk W. iK«7 WinUSsfl'