Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, March 30, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated March 30, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS BI TELEGRAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. ------ Saturday Morning, March 30, 1867. XLTH CONGRESS—FIRST SESSION Washington, March 29. SENATE. Petitions and memorials were presented and referred. Among them were several by Mr. Sherman, praying relief from disability under the constitutional amendment known as the 4th article. . Mr. Sherman said he did not believe Con gress could relieve any one from this disability until the constitutional amendment shall have been adopted. Memorials on this subject were referred to the .Judiciary Committee. Mr. Patterson, of Tennessee, offered a reso lution appropriating $500,000 for relief from damage by the late Hoods. Ordered to lie on the table. Mr. Sherman ottered a resolution calling upon the Secretary of War tor a copy of the U'l’ort of Gen. Carrington, of the Fort Kear ney massacre. Adopted. .i Mrt',r,"raP°..m.0Ve‘1 *? uk® «P the hill to fix ‘.hi, Vo' . th® baukruPt bill shall go into effect at the lat of June. Edmunds moved to lay the bill on the table. Disagreed to—4 to 31. Amendments to tile bill were registered. Ou ordering a third reading the vote was 14 to 10, so the bill was not ordered to a third reading. Mr. Edmunds, from the conference commit tee ou adjournment, reported uuable to agree. He moved the following proposition, which he believed would be agreed to by the House: 1 hat the 1‘resideut of the Senate and 8]>eaker the House adjourn their respective Houses at noon to-morrow until the first Wednesday in July, when, unless a quorum of each House shall be present, they shall further adjourn without day Mr. Buckalew moved to amend the House proposition so that both Houses shall adjourn without day at 3 o’clock. Disagreed to—7 to After debate ail amendments were voted down, and Mr. Edmund’s proposition agreed to—28 to 12. At 4 1*. M. the Senate went into executive session and soon after adjourned. HOUSE. The Speaker stated that owing to the serious illness of bis step-father, Mr. Mathews, he would not be able to occupy the chair, and des ignated Mr. Boutwell as Speaker protem. He would, however, come to the Hall during the day and sign bills and resolutions. The House proceeded to business on the Speaker’s table, and passed, alter debate, the Senate joint resolution in reference to the col lection and paymeatof monies due to colored soldiers. The Semite bill granting the American ami Atlantic Telegraph Company of New York the right to lay and operate a submarine cable on the Atlantic coast, except the coast of Florida, was talc«■ li up, aud alter some discussion, passed. Mr. Clark, of Kansas, as a question of privi lege, offered a long resolution in reference to adjournment, which gave rise to considerable debate. r many, Mr. ifroomaii ottered a substitute for Mr. Clark’s resolution which was adopted—88 to 29. It provides for an adjourninentjfrom to morrow at 3 o’clock until the first Wednesday oi July, when, if there be no quorum present in both Houses, they shall adjourn from day to day, and in the continued absence of a quo rum, shall adjourn until December. Mr. Clark, of Kansas, again offered his reso lution mollified, so as to request the Judiciary Committee to report on the impeachment ques ^aV.on the adjourned session. /he resolution was adopted and the preamble laid on the table. The Senate amendment to the adjournment resolution was taken from the Speaker’s table, and after some discussion concurred in—53 to 45. The resolution us adopted provides for ad journin'! to-morrow at 12 o’clock uutil the first Wednesday in July, when, unless there be a quorum ot each House present, the session shall be adjourned until December. On motion of Mr. Brooinall it was ordered that the adjournmeut to-day be until 10 o’clock to-morrow. The Senate joint resolution authorizing the transfer ol certain funds, and providing for the purchase of seeds and their distribution in tlie Southern States, was taken from the Speaker’s table, and after discussion passed. On motion of Mr. Bout well leave was given to the Judicary Committee to report the im peachment testimony at the session in July in print. C«MVicci«u of tk* Hartford Book De fat a! ter. Hartford, Conn., March 29. The case of Charles D. Fuller, late teller oi the Hartford Bank, charged with abstracting $20,000 in Government bouds, the property of Loyal Wilcox, of this city, in August last, was given to the jury this afternoon, and in half an hour they returned a verdict of guilty. The counsel for the defence appealed the case to the Supreme Court of Errors, and the accused was placed under $20,000 bonds to appear on Tues day next, when he will receive his sentence unless a now trial is granced. Fuller procured bonds. This trial has excited considerable in terest, and the unanimous verdict of the jury that the accused was guilty has caused consid erable surprise, as many thought it would dis agree. The Progress of Berooslroetioa. New VonK, March 29. The Herald’* oonespondent at Columbia. S. C., says Columbia still shows »he marcs oitne fire which swept over it during tl.e war. me people are generally disposed to feel reckless in regard to the consequences of reconstruc tion, anil work themselves into a fit of passion when talking about it. The correspondent be lieves that some sly artifice is concealed be neath the professions of Wade Hampton and others at the recent colored mass meeting, as they talk very differently in private conversa tion. In Virginia reconstruction is rapidly pro gressing; even the most fanatical ex-rebels ex press themselves anxious to co-operate with Gen. Schofield. Vires. Buffalo, March 29. A four story brick building on the corner of Elk and Illinois streets, occupied by Mugridgc & Son, bakers, and Brown & McCutehou, brass foundry, was discovered to lie on fire last night. The two upper stories were entirely destroyed. The second story was much dam aged. The lull It 1 i n r- was valued at $21,000, and is insured for $5,000. No insurance on the stock. New Yoke, March 29 The stablo of 8. Lewiston, No. 20 East 29th, was burned this morning, including thirteen horses, eight coaches and other property. Loss $15,000. Casinici fmr Statuary—Beergniti*u mf m Maine Sculptor. Pbovidence, Ii. I., March 29. The committee appointed by the Rhode Is land Legislature to procure statues of Huger Williams aud General Nathaniel Green, for the National Hall of Statuary at Washington, huve to-day contracted with Franklin Simmons to execute the statue of Williams, anil with H. K. Brown for the statue of Green. The statues are to lie marble, six feet in heighth, and will cost $20,000. This is the first contract for statues under the Congressional resolution pro viding for a National Gallery in the old Repre sentatives Hall. Cable Dispatches. Liv erpool, March 28—Evening. The ship Tetnperanza, from New York for Loudon, has arrived at Eayal, leaky. London, March 28—Evening. The bark Benefactress, from New York for Hong Kong, has arrived at that port, leaky, having aground. Ex-Governor Eyre, of Jamaica, liis been ar rested and is under examination. The Government, it is understood, proposes to guarantee the Canadian Railroad loan. The Grecian Government lias asked the lead ing powers of Europe to intervene for the x>rc vcuiion of further bloodshed in Candia. Republican Muss Meeting. Norwich, Conn., March 29. Gen. William H. Gibson, of Ohio, addressed tlie largest Republican meeting of the cam paign in Breed Hall this evening. His address was the most enthusiastic and inspiring yet beard here, and had great efl'ect. He spoke two hours and a half to an audience constant ly increasing in number. The meeting closed with rousing cheers for Hawley and the sol diers. The Republicans in this section are de termined to insure Hawley’s election by an in creased majority. New York Items. New York, March 29. Fifteen hundred freed men have applied to tlie American Colonization Society, to be sent to Africa, within the past eight months, ol whom (WO have embarked. Another distillery was seized in Brooklyn to-day, on a charge of making false revenue returns. Reusalisu Reports from Mexico. New Your. March 29. Dispatches from San Louis Potosi report that there was good reason to believe that Maximilian, lindiug himself cornered, the Lib erals being in front and rear of him, and his main dependence for sttpxdies being on the meagoe crops in his neighborhood, had offered to surrender. The answer was a refusal to treat with traitors. Kcsumptiou of f.i«|itor Tragic in Itlnssu rbusetl*. Boston, March 29. The statement of the discontinuance of the liquor traffic in Boston, telegraphed over the country, is incorrect. It is reported that next week all parties who temporarily suspended business will re-open their trade at their old places. Washington Correspondence. New Yoke, March 29. The Post’s special says the President will pocket the bill stopping further assessment of damages of loyal slave owners lor slaves enlist ed during the war. Also, the bill giving Ten nessee 10,(MSI arms. It is rumored that the trial of Jeff. Davis will take place in May. Nsrisr Disasters. .Philadelphia, March 29. Dispatches received at the Philadelphia Ex change report that the Prussian hark No. 0, Capt. Tobin, from London for Philadelphia with railroad iron, was recently wrecked at Tobal, Watehapreaque Inlet, Virginia, and be came a total loss. Destruction of n Maine Vessel. Charleston, S. C., March 29. An arrival here reports the loss ot the schoon er Vendovi, from Rockland tor Norfolk. The captain and crew wore saved. Vrtw W’Bkblrtet*h. I Washington, March 29. ' The President to-day nominated for United States Marshal of Massachusetts, Gen. Wass, of that State. He was an officer in Chieker in^’s regiment of volunteers. The workingmen in large numbers to-night serenaded Gen. Hanks and others who voted yesterday for, anti passed in the House of Rep resentatives a bill constituting eight hours a day’s work as applicable to Government em ploy- __ tauRdinn Again. A flailing MmJ'arri^d’ftSm’o* s&sfiixsr*-* wJ!nl1i7th 1,lc!fi™pnt’ stationed here, lias been recalled, and will shortly leave for England. Mincellaneous Dispniclies# New Orleans, March 29. A duel occurred this morning between the manager of the National Theatre and tlie ed itor of the German Gazette. The latter was seriousl y and probably fatally shot at the third lire. The cause was an actress. Albany, March 29. The Democratic State Committee has issued a call for a State convention, composed of two delegates from each assembly district, to meet at Twaddle Uall, Albany, on the lllth ol April, to nominate sixteen delegates at large to the constitutional convention. Louisville, Ky., March 28. A party ol burglars in disguise entered the office of the paymaster ol the Jeffersonville Railroad Company, Jeffersonville, this morn ing, and stole a tin box containing twenty thousand dollars, anil some records and mem orandums. The night watclimpn was bouud and gagged and guarded while the robbery was being perpetrated. No arrests were made. Nashville, Tenu., March 28. The City Council lias passed a resolution in structing the Hoard of Education to procure school houses and mature a plan for free edu cation of colored children. f HE MARKE1E. (•'inaucinl. „ , New York. March 29. Mou.y wai t* active demand this afternoon, and the market closed stringent at 7 percent, on call. Sterling Exchange quiet and at 109(a) 1091. Gold closed quiet at 134}. Government securities steady and firm. Stocks heavy and lower toward the close, owing to a decline in Michigan Southern shares aud the stringency in the money market. Petroleum and mining slacks heavy aud lower. Mew Work ITIurket. , New York, March 29. Cotton—dull, heavy and declining; sales 1,500 bales; Middling uplands 30]e. Flour—quiet; sales4,00i> bbls.; State at 9 80 @ 1255; Round hoop Ohio 11 70 @ 13 80; Western 9 8o fo'ia 90; Southern 1125 (a) 17 00; Calllornia 14 75 @ 1C 00. Wheat—a shade firmer; sales41,000bush ; Milwau kee No. 2 at 2 45; Amber State 3 15 C® 3 20; Winter Western mixed 3 10; White California 1 30. Corn—lc higher; sides 06,000 bush; Mixed Western 1191 20; new Yellow Southern 1 20} ufeut. Oats—steady; sales 50,000 bush. Beef—steady. Pork—heavy; new mesa 24 20; prime 19 75uv 20 00. Lard—firm; sales at 12 (g> l3jc in oois. Whiskey—quiet. Rice—quiet and steady. Sugar—dull. Coffee—quiet. Naval Stores—quiet and steady. Petroleum—qniet. Tal low—steady. Freights to Liverpool—drooping. t'kicHgo Market*. 9 . Chicago, March 29. Flour firm; sales at 13 00 @ 13/ u for Winter extra, 11 00 13 00 for good to fancy. Wheat firm with a food demand and advanced 3} @ 4c; sales at 2 52 (a 55 for Winter and fresh receipts; 2 13] @ 2 lti tur Winter; Spring extras 1 90 for rejected, and'closing at 2 15} lor Spr.ug extras. Corn firm amt active; sales No. 1 at 92} (oj 94; No. 2 at 83, closing firm at 93 94 for No. 1. Oats more active and advanced }c; Win ter No. 2 sold at 46(aj4G}. Rye active and buoyant, with an advance of 5c under a good shipping demand; sales 1 24 @ 1 27 for No. 1 and 1 23 for No. 2, closing firm at 1 26 (& 1 27 for fresh receipts No. 1. Coni firm and active; sales No. 2 at 82c. Mess pork inactivt aud nominal, and offered at 22 00 cash, and 23 25, buyers April; no sales; Cut Meats more active; Cum berland 9}e: short rib 10}cloose. Beet Hams firm; sweet pickled Hams 13. Lard lmslerately active at 12 @ 13c tor country and choice city. Receipt.—2.800 hhls. flour, 6,000 centals wheat, 8,500 ce“**>3 fS"* L,3U0 cenlalH oat3> 2,600 lings- Shipments —3,800 bbla. flour, 7,000 centals wheal, 9,500 centals corn. 1 Cincinnati market*. , , Cincinnati, March 20. Hour quiet ami steady. Wheat lirm. Corn lirm and in tail- demand, chiefly to All orders from the south; sales 9,000 bu»h. at 67 @ 74)c lor No. 1 In hulk, shelled; 87 @ 88e in sacks, the latter tbr White. Oats in good demand at 56 for No. 1 in bulk, ltve quiet; No. 1 .t 116 @146; choice 1 47 @14*. Barley unchanged. Whiskey quiet at 2 .7 In bond with a light demand. 51 ess Pork Arm at 23 00; no sales over 22 76. Bulk Meat* quiet; sales 200,000 lbs at 8 iw 101c lor shoulders and sides. Baron dull. Lard Arm at 13J (aj i3c. Butter and Cheeso unchanged. Money close and demand light. • Nevr Orleans markets. _ 4. , New Orleans, March 29. Cotton—Market oasicr; sales 1,000 bales; Low Mid dling at 281® 29c; receipts for the week 10,«74 bales against 14,589 bales last week; export# tor the week 40,010 bales; stock in port 185,951. Sugars, hiquirv tor prime at 13k:. Molasses—market nearly bare, and q noted at 70e for good. Exchange on London and New York unchanged. Commercial—Per Cable. „ , London, March 28, Noon. Consuls lor money opened at 91$. American Securities.—Tho following are the current qu Nations for American Securities: Illinois Central Railroad Shares 783. Erie Railroad shares 38$. (Jutted State# 5-20’s 74i. * „ , .London, March 28, Noon. Iron, 52s for Sootch pigs. Clover^oed Is lower; sales at 54s for American Red. Other quotations un viniiit&tw*'niiit1 imuUtiart and Pari# state that Untied States 5-20's opened at 77$ and 84$ respec tively. Liverpool, March 2ft. The Cotton market since the opening lias become dull; Middling uplands $dlower; the sales will prob ably lhll considerably short ot the noon estimate. Breadstuff's dull and quotations unchanged. Prov is ions geoerallt firm. Lard dull and 3d lower; Amer ican grades 50s: other quotations unchanged. Pro duce unchanged. London, March 28, Evening. Consols closed at 91$ for money. American Securities.—The following are the closing prices of American securities: United States 5-20’s 75. Illinois Central shares 78$. Erie Railway shares 38$. Frankfort, March 28. Evening. United States 5-20 bends closed at 77$. Liverpool, March 28, Evening. Cotton closed dull and heavy at a decline of $ 4> lb since noon on American; the following are 1 be clos ing quotations: Middling uplands 13kl; middling fir leans 13kl; sales to-day 10,000 bales. Breads!nil's nominally unchanged. Provisions—American Lard 50s cwt. Tallow 44# Gd 4y cwt. Produce market inactive and heavy. Ashes—Pots 84s cwt. Lin seed oil £39 V ton. Common Wilmington Rosin has declined to 9s cwt. Petroleum—relined ls7d lb gallou for standard white. New Yark Block Market. New York, March 29. Stocks—Market active with a downward tendency. American Gold.1542 U.S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1862.109$ U.S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1804.107 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1865,.1084 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons new issue.105] U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons.98 U. 8. Seven-Thirties, 1st series.100 U. S. Seven-Thirties, 2d series.lord U. S. Seven-Thirties, 3d series...lord New York Central,...*.105] Erie,. 58 Erie preferred...68 (g) 72 Heading.101$ Michigan Central,.108 Michigan Southern,. 754 Illinois Central,.Il&jj lioMton Stock List. Sales at the Brokers* Board, March 29. American Gold. 13IJ United States Coupon Sixes, 1881. 1094 United States 7 3-10tbs, 1st series. tor j; 44 2d series. 1052 44 3d series. tf»5j United States 5-20s, 1861. 108 44 small. 108 44 1865. 108$ *4 July, 1865. 107 United States Ten-torties. 972 Eastern Railroad. 108 Western Railroad. 139 Boston Boot and Shoe Market. Boston, March 28. The demand the past week has been quite moderate Tbe shipments show a decline from those of the pre vious weeks of last month. There are quite a num ber of buyers here, but generally they take only smalt lots. Dealers look for some considerable demand the next month, and a firmer feeling is manifest in seasonable kinds, but prices are unchanged, except on a few kinds previously noticed, occasioned by the advance of materials and the certainty that goods cannot be replaced at former selling rales.—Shoe and Leather Reporter. FAIRBANKS PREMIUM STANDARD SCALES, Made of the beet materials, and in the most thorough manner,and receiv ing constant ini Bprovmcnts under rt lie s pervision of the Original In ventor. Every variel v, ns Hay Goal, Railroad, Plaltorm and Counter, Drug gists’, Confectioners’, Butctiei b’, Grocers’, anil Gold Scales, Beams, Spring Balances, Ac., for sale at our WAREHOUSE 118 Milk Street, Boston, mass. Fairbanks, Brown & Co. Agents for sale of Tilton & McFarland’* Safes, White’s Po tent Money Drawn, nnd Crcmou’s Data Regulators. Aa*NTS IN POKfLAMl, EMERY, WATERHOUSE «C CO. mar2G-U3m INew Spring Goods! COOK & AYERS, DRAPERS AND TAILORS, - AT - No. 103 FEDERAL STREET, have juat received a good a lection of Broadcloths, Doeskins, Vestings, - AKIi - TRIM MINOS suitable for the SPRING TRADE ! Which they "111 make into garments at reasonable prices. Orders from their customers are respectfully soli Ued. COOK & AYERS will occupy chambers over the store on their old location iu Exchange Street, aoout the middle ot* May. March 25, 1867. d3w HECKER*S Celebrated Self-bising Bn«*kvvhe»u Heckcr's Celebrated Wheaten Groats. Meeker’s Celebrated Hominy and Farina For sale by J. *^. WEERN. mar29dtf_____ T" HE NICEST QUALITY OF WHITE DRIPS, For sale by mari'jdtf J. I.. WEEKS. __jgjcmu»B)in.' B O b ~T" S - AND - SHOES! W. C. MONTGOMERY. Head the List of Prices: Men’s Rubber Over Shoes, 75 cts. Women’s *f *» “ gO ** Misses’ “ « « 40 «• Children's “ “ “ 25 “ ALL KINDS OP BOOTS AJVD SHOES - AT THE — LOWEST PRICES ! vv. c. raoNTooniEBir, No. 4 Casco Street, two doors from Congress. March 26, lbC7. dtf JOll TTj a JY1) Fire Alarm Telegraph. Direction* and iuNtructiouH far the mne mf the Fire Alarm Telegraph. 1ST. Alarms are sounded by striking tlie number of the Box upon the ALARM BELLS, and upon the Gongs in tlie Engine Mouses. Example: To announce the existence of a tire near Box No. 25, (corner of Middle and Exchange streets,) the Alarm Bells and Gongs will strike two. make a pause ot a few seconds, then strike five, thus: 2—5. Location cf Telegraphic lire Alarm Boxes. No. 12. Portland Oo.*s Office. U. 1 engine House, Congress St., Mtutfoy. 14. Cor. Washington anil Oxford. 16. “ Adams and Mounfcfort. lt>. Grand Ti unk Depot. 17. Oor. Congress and India. is. “ Franklin and Cumberland. 2!. “ Franklin and Newbury. 2.'). “ Market ami Commercial. 24. Engine 1 louse, cor. Market and Congress. 25. Cor. Midtile and Exchange. 26. “ Chestnut and Ox lord. 27. “ Union and Fore. 31. “ Preble and Con ress. 32. “ Portland and Hanover. 34. “ South and Spring. 35. “ Maple and Commercial.* • - 36. u High and J taniorth. i 37. Engine House, Congress near Oak St. 41. Cor. State ami spring. 42. *• Dan forth and Brackett. 43. “ Commercial and Clark. 45. Engine Douse. Brackett near Pine St. 46. Cor. Spring and Emery. 51. “ Brackett and Vaughan. •Bov No. 35 will lie temporarily located corner Ma ple and York Streets. Directions to those holding Signal Keys: 1st. In case of fire the alarm is to lie given from the Box nearest to the location of the file, and from no other Box. 2n i. Open the door and pull the knob down gently to the bottom of the grove once and then lei go oi it, when it will return to its place. Persons about to give an alarm will first, listen and it a ticking is heard in the Box thev will know that an alarm has been given, but if no ticking is heard proceed to pull the knob as directed. 3rd. If possible wait at the Box. so as to direct the liremen to the fire. -.th. The police ujioii hearing the alarm will call the numbff of the Box. CAUTIONS t 1. Be sure there is a lire before Bounding the aurm. 2. Never sonnd the alarm lor a fire seen at a dis • ♦ance. 3. Never open the box or touch the apparatus ex cept in ease of fire. 4. Be sure voar box is lock oil before leaving it. n. Never lei the key to out of your fpossession, unless called tor bv the Chief Engineer. 6. II you remove from your house or \ lace of business, return the key to the Chief Eng neer. l)o not leave it with the new tenant. The Belts on the several Churches will sound a general alarm as usual on II arrangements are per fected to have tlie b4e:p*a^.b wtv«a «•» ^ ilie location of ihe tire will be giveii on Bulletin Boards artne several Engine Houses and at the Po lice Office. FRANKLIN C. MOODY, Chief Engineer. Portland, March, 1867. mar25dtf Cjr014II-A.M LADIES’ SEIIIHARY Jtev. & Mrs. C. C. Parker, Principal* Hiram Orcnff, A* Jl., Associate Principal. HPHE Mummer Mcg»ion will oouuuenne on Monday, 3J2d Aju-il next. Tlie Trustees have no hesitation in recommending the new Principals as eminently worthy of public confidence, and believe that under their management the Institution w ill rank second to none in NewEng laud. THE SUMMER SESSION OP Groi'liam Academy, A Hay School for Young Men and Bovs, under the charge oi UI«***r*. Parker nu«l Orcntt, will al so commence on Jid April. Applications for admission to either school should be addressed to REV. O. <PARKER. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Sec’y Trustees. Gorham, March 25, 1867. mr27eodtoapl22 F. A. PRESCOTT, (Late ov the Intkunai, Revenue Bureau, Washington.) Oounsel'or-at-Law and Internal Eevenue Solicitor, No. IT, StatcSt., Boston. Tl/a R. PRESCOTT’S loug experience in the Inter ill nal Revenae Bureau, in the “Division of Frauds,” having charge of all cases of violation ol the Revenue 1 <avvs. his amiliarity with Departmen tal practice, and lil* at-rjunintanee with the Rovtnuc Officers throughout the country, will enable him to be peculiarly suoessiul in making a speciality of all matters iKir'tahiing to the Revenue Laws, lie will attend to claims tor Drawback, Abatement, Refund ing, and for the recovery ol* penalties paid by way ol compromise. He will advise parties as to the man ner of making returns in accordance with law, or as to obtaining decisions from the Department at Washington, and will defend in casi s of alleged vio lation ol the law in regard to iaxes, jieiialties or crim inal offences Mr. Prescott will practice before the various De partments at Washington, the Supreme Court of the F. S., and the Court ol Claims. For the speedy transaction 01 business, Counsel ol high standing, residing in New York, St. Louis, Cin cinnati and Washington, are associated with him. an28eod3m Boots and Nlioew ! CLARKE & LO WELL, INo. ttl) Market Square. WE can and will sell as good a quality nt Boots and Shoes, at as cheap rate as can he found in the city, We have some shop worn goods and others a little out ol Ihe present style which we wish to close out before going into our new store and will sell them at Leas Than Halt the Original Cost. Call and examine for yourselves, opposite Preble Street. inar21ki3t new e 3 d Black Diamonds! Qf[A TONS DIAMOND CO A h; egg and stove sizes, now landing from sch’r A. A. Andrews. This (foal is free-burning, pure and wliat is wanted for spring and summer use for cook stoves and ranges, of light -draft. 5;f't* 382 tons JOHNS’ COALt stove, egg and broken sizes, l.-inding front Sell. Z. L. Adams. This Coal is hard, and one of best grades for good drafts. C CM BEKIiAID COAL for Smiths’ use, as usual. JAMES U. BAKER. Mar. 20,1867. dtf Richardson's Whf. Elmwood Nursery, ThiaNide Woodford'* 4’orner, Westbrook. PtEBLE Street Cara pass the Nursery every forty minutes. A good collection of YVurdy, firreu IUomc and Bedding l*I«iul» may ulways be found at the above place and at rea sonable rate?. Wreaths, Crosses, Bouquets and Cut Flowers furnished at short notice. Particular attention pnid to preserving and ar ranging Funeral Flowers, p. O. Address Box 1J02, Portland, Me. mcl*26dlw*_C. F. BRYANT. Tilton & McFarland, Desire to call the attention to the feet that more th 40 Of their Safes gave AMPLE PROTECTION in th late fire. Parties desiring a FIRST RATE SAFE, At a MODERATE TRICE, will please call on EMERY & WATERHOUSE, Middle Street,Portia Or at HO Sudbury Street, Jfoaton. HP-Socoml-Land Sales taken in exchange for sale. _Jan 15—sNiHtw In each rao&adv remainder of time. Portland Dispensary. mHE member, of the Portland Dispensary are I lieroby notified that the Annual Meeting of tiiis Institution will L>e held at the Dispensary Rooms, 1?2 Federal street, on rlon.lny, April 1.1, at B o clock P. M. A full attendance is requested. Per Order mr2;>'l.'ll» AUG. S. THAYER, Secretary. Smoked tongues, bacon and hams, of » superior quality, lor sale by margftdtt *. b. WEEKS. __ MlUCEIAAMiOtli Excelsior, Excelsiw ! CH ASTEL LAB'S Hair £xtermiiiatoi! 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Wrile plainly the day of the month and year in which ycu were bon, enclosing a mnall lock ol hair. • Address, Madame II. A. PEIRIflO mr28d&wty P. O. D awer 21)3, Duihlo N. Y. There cometh glad tiding* of joy to a), To young and to old, to great and to mall; The l>eauty which once was so preciois and rare, Is free for all, and all may be fair. BIT THE U*K OF CH A STELLAR’S WHITE LIQUID ENAMEL, For Improving and Beautifying tlie Complexion. The most valuable and perfe t prcpiration in use, for giving the skin a beautiful pearl-ike tint, that is only found in youth. It quickly -emove* Tan, Freckles, Pimples, Blotches, Moth Publics. Sollow ness, Kruptlons, and all impurities of tlie skin, kind ly healing the snrno leaving the skin while and clear as alabaster. Its use cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and lieing a vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It Is the Only article of the kind used by the French, and is considered by the Paris ian as indispensable to a jierlcct toilet. Upwards i f 30,000 bottles were sold during (lie past year, a suffi cient guarantee of its efficacy. Price only 75 els.— Sent by mail post-paid, oil receipt of an order, by BRKUFU, SI1UTTS Co CO., Chomisfs, mar28d&wly 285 Biver St,Troy, N. S’. Know Tliy Destiny. Madame E. F. Thornton, the great English A i trologist, Clairvoyant, und Psychometrician, who lias astonished the scientific clashes oi' the old World, lias now located herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame Thornton possesses such wonderful powers of second sight, as to enable lier to impart knowledge of the greatest importance to the single or married of either sex. While in a slate of trance, she delineates lie very features ol the jier.-ou von are to marry, ami by the aid of an Instrument of Intense power, known as the IV-yehomotroric, t.» pr.-lnfo n lii: - plieant, together wilh ilate of marriage, positionin’' life, leading traits of character, die. This is no hum bug, as tbuns;.mis ol testimonials can assert. Shu will send when desired a certitin 1 certificate, or written guarantee, that tlio picture is what it pur ports lo be. By enclosing a small lock of hair, and skating place of birth, age, disposition and complex ion, and enclosing titty cents and stamped envelope, addressed to yourself, you will receive fhe picture and desired information by teiurn mail. All com munications sacredly confidential. Address in ci n lidencc, Madame E. F. Thornton, p. 0. Box 223, Hudson, N. Y. mar2Sd&\rly (ftlgPEK ' COMaT Oil! she was beantiful and fair. With starry eyes, :uid radiant hair. Whose curling tendrils soil, entwined, Knehained the very lieait and liiiud, CRISPER COMA, For Ourlirg t'ie Ha>r of either Bex into Wavy and Glossy Einglets f.r Heavy Massive 0uv1s. By using this article Ladies and Gentlemen can beautiiy themselves a thousand t Id. Jt isthcouly article in ihe world that will curl ftiaight hair, and at the same time give it a beautiful glossy appear ance. The Crisper Coma not only curls the hair, hut invigorates, bcautilies and cleanses it; is highly and delight 'ulJy perfumed, and is the mostcomplele arti cle of the hind ever oll'cred to the American public. The Crisper Coma will be sent to any address, sealed and i tost paid lor $1. Addre s all orders to W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists, No. 3 West Payette Street, Syracuse, N. Y. Mar 28d&wly TAT** IS K K U8 ami f V M U 8 T A C n V S ( t*>rce<l to grow upon the 1 smoothes* tkce in trom three to live weeks l>y us ing Dr. SKVI (IN'E'S RESTAURATEUR <A- /A I’hjLAlKE, the most Wv wonaernu discovery m modern science, acting upon tlic Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It lias bee n qsihI 1>v the elite o( Paris and London with the mos! 8 at to r - i ig success. Names ot all purchasers will he regis tered, and if entire satisfaction is not given in every instance, the money w ill be eh* crfully ivlunded. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid. $1. Desert*!ive circulars and testimonials mailed lYoo. Address BKRGER, SHUTTS & CO., Chemists, No. ‘285 River Street, Troy, N. 1\, Sole Agents lor the United States. mar ‘27—1 y ]>KA UTV. — Aubnrn, J UoMcn. Flaxen a-;d Silken CFULS, produced by f lic u*e ol Prof l)i Bbiuv’s PklSKU 1J5 |CHEVEITX. One appli • cation warranted to curl ^ the most straight and Muouoru u:ui m turner sex mio wavy ring*}*, or heavy massive curls. Has been use 1 by the t tmion abl sof Paris and London, with the in st grOhYing results. Hoes no injury to the hair. Price by moil, sealed and postpaid, $1. Descriptive Circulars mailed free. Address BER< il.lt, S1IUTT8 & ( (>., Chemists, No. 2t5 River fit.,Troy, N. Y., sole Agents for the United Stales. mar 27-dAwly Photographs! Photographs! A. H. DVVIS, WOULD respectfully intorm Ids firmer customer* and the public generally, that he is now ed at No. 27 MARKET SQUARE, where he would be happy to receive all those washing forPhofco&aphs Ambrotypes, etc. N. B. All work warranted. 27 MARKET SQUARE. 27 MARKET SQUARE jan14—3m* * International Steamship Co. THERE will he a Special Meeting of the latcrun tion d Steamship t 'oiupany at their < Mlw’C,cnniei* Union and Commercial streets, on TI1UR8D\Y April eleventh, at 3 o’clock P. M. to see it the giock holders will vote to increase the Capi'sil SLuckof the Company, and to act on anv oilier hu mess thit mav legally come before the meeting, Per order of the Direc tors. 11. J. LIBBY, Secret*rv Portland, March 27,1867. mr28dt4 * Notice. IT 18 agreed by the undersigned Stable Kcft*,rg of Portland, that on and after April 1st, 18® dint, the price of florae board will be $G per week/with one carriage. Charles Sager, William A. Fcnlev Libby Sc Dow, J. W Robinson, * David Averill & Co., Smith A Burnham Samuel Ilazelton, Jolui Tobin, dchn Ryan, Isaiah .loin s, • L. Taylor & Co., Ccorge Rose. March 2H. dlw* A«*ockkt TI«BKE1U>BB tnumto every new snbt rribor b. the 'Jemwraiu- ^'orn tU. leinis KlbTY » l-N I S jK>r I- f. Tltf l’ifiie keeper iudicsiics solar time with greateraccnr#**vthan the most CAiicnaivo gold or silver watch. Suit bv biail.iwati.iid, on receipt of suhscrl «i..n. AdclrcSs -t . „„ Thmi-ehaj.ceJoiiiiNAi., Troy, N. Y. March 28. dlw* ’ •” T„„ , Notice to Builders. Hi. Plasterers’ Association of Porllanil aiulvi cuuty are piejiared to furnish lirsfc class l'lflaw. ers, stucco workers and mastic workers in anv n«u,,. ber required, at regular prices. They are also pared to do whitening,coloring, cementing,and .... cry thing pertiuuing to the rrvde, in ||ie best innnv.,. and at. the shoriest notioe. Apply at. Plasterers’ IfeiV (.reen s Block, 345 (km gross Hi root (Third Story). ’ March 27. dtf DB. lai/ ARR/l ll H. APAUV, . r Elizabeth, (formerly Mrs. Chamberlin, of PJt land). Consultation free at her oflice a d. 14. Tejn_ pie & Co.’s st re, corner Congress and Pearl Streets Portland, every Wednesday. Kelly’s celebrated Medicines to be had at her oftice and residence* March 25. <13m. WAHTISli. WE£ NIIKMK Want ED-Address Box 982 Post Office, or apply at Oitv .Marshal's

°mee-_3 mar 29tl Rent Wanted. Wanted live or six rooms within ten minutes’ \ V walk of tlie Post Office, convenient for a small family. Address ** F. J. F.,” at the Press Offieo March L1>, 1807. „«llw Wanted. HA OHO FLOUR BARRELS, at Forest t/V't' City Sugar Refinery, West Com mercial, near foot of Emery street. Proposals will also lie receive,1 lor new Stmar Bar rels, and a sample may he seen at tlie office of the Company, 159} Commercial, at corner of Ciuon St. tctdddjfcwit T. C. 11EKSEV VI/-AN TED—A Factory Building, Important to ? ▼ Capitalists. A factory or building, with or without tools, is wanted immediately tor the manu facture oi an entirely new machine, never intro duced, and of which at least twenty-five thousand will be wanted the first year. Profits five hundred percent. Work similar to sewing machine work. The machine bears the same relation to machines iu its line that flowc s invention bears to sewing ma ehines, but is more valuable than liis invention. Buildings to lie put into a new stock company to be formed to buy that and fhe machine, and part of stock to be taken in pla e where factory is situated, The invention is not a fiction, but a practical be auty, twenty-five lull-sized machines tiaviiig al ready l*een constructed and thoroughly tested. From nay to one hundred thousand dollars necessary to be sitbsci ibed. Location uuimpoi tant: tlie manu Ibcture will be started where the best inducements arc otiered, a hi- is really an extraordinary opi»or tunitv tor any community 10 secure a business iu its midst which will shortly re mire several hundred workmen. Address, giving full particulars, C. A. S., care ot S. K. Niles, Newspaper Advertising Ag* ut, Seoliay s Building, Boston mar 25—dlw agents wanted fob GEN, L. C. BAKER’S History of the Secret Service The most exciting & interesting book ever published. rfHIIS WORK was announced more than one yt»ar * aP°* but owing to the attempts of the Govern ment to suppress if, its publication was delayed. It will now lie issued, UNALTERED, AND* UNA BRUXiED, UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF GENEIJAL BAKER. It contains a full aud official expose of the intricate machinations of the secret en emies of the Union. For slanting developments and thrilling adven tures this book eclipses the famous experiences of FOUcTIE and VHHn Q. The marvelous narratives of Gcil Baker are all attested by the highest official authority. It will contain the only ollicial account of tlie Assassina ion conspiracy. A full history of this great, startling and terrible crime FROM ITS CON CEPTION, IN THE HAUNT’S OF VILLAINY TO THE BURIAL PLACE OF BOOTH, has never yet been placed before the public. The work also fully exposes the nefarious system by which Presidential pardons were and are so readily obtained at Wash The morals of the National Capital aie thoroughly ventilated aud there are some strange revelations concerning heads of fleparments, members of Con gress, female pardon brokers, aud distinguished mil itary characters. Send fur Circulars and see our terms, and a full description of tlie work. Address JONES BROTHERS & CO., 1*’ „ 5U7 Minor St., Philadelphia, Pa. marHd&wIm Chambers to Let. OVER. W. W. Carr & Co.’s store, No. 3 Exchange near l'ore St, that will accommodate 150 work men at shoemaking, tailoring, or many other kinds ot business. For Sale. One lot of Land near the head of Wilmot street, for sixty-five cents iker foot; also, a lot near head of Deer street, about 31 by 55 feet, 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 lot for $300 per y ar; also, one house on Mount fold street, with about 0000 feet ol land more or loss; this house belongs to tlm estate of the la e Lemuel Tukey, and will be sold at a bar gain. Terms easy. Apply to mehldliu W. W. CARR & CO. Flour Barrels Wanted! WE will pay 30 cents each for fret class Flour Barrels suit&ble for sugar. LY NCH, BARKER & CO., uovliMt I 139 Commercial street. Wanted Immediately —AT THE— New Employment Office ! No 229 1-2 Congress St, tl«l Door West of City Building (up stairs.) /‘1IKLS capable of doing all kinds of liouse-work, VU to whom good situations will be giverti 1 Also LABORERS for various kinds of work, and CLERKS for every kind of business. t if" We are able at ail limes to supplv parlies in any part of the State with Gt >0 ?) RELIABLE HELP, either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, fontractors. Farmers ami others will be supplied with Men and Boys tor all kinds ot em ployment Free op Ch arge. Don’t forget the num ber, 2294 Congress Street, next to City Building, Port land, Me. tAMHLAY A UGW1TT, Feb 22—dtf Proprietors. Flour Barrels Wanted! ON nnd after January 2d, 1R67, we shall resume the purchase ot Flour Brls. for CASH, at Ihe Office ol Ihe Portland Sug^ar Co., 37 1.3 l>nnf«rlh Ml., FeMdtl J. B. BROWN & SONS. Wanted Daily 1 1 VT The General Agency and Employment. Office No. IJ.TI 1-3 lioagrca Wired. All per sons wish.ng to wcure good Girls for anv res|pecta ble i mol'.vment, »ill liml them at this office. ,.lV.I,vS<wV.,rL'<o.' .-oYY..—SJ’Ull J OU Kiel) nil(i . 21“ I*’'-''1 -1 ' 11. — “, i'ig.iawii'. *'7.'.2l, ami < Olorcd Women ami Girts, as well as Men and Hoys, every day lor all orts ol situations in this City and vicinity. Give ns a call. _ „ , „ , COX&POWARS Portland, Me., Jan. 25, ’67. janSO dtf Uookkeeper. WTANTED by a young man of practical experi >1 once, and who can bring the best of city retcr cnees, a sit uation tu* iiookkei per it Salesman, where close attention to business will be appreciated. -\hi;iy to W’. a. JERKis, mainttl Under Lancaster Hall. Wanted. 4 N experienced Salesman in the retail Dry Hoods i \ business; one who can give good City reference, may hear of a permanent situation by addressing Hox 1018 Portland Post Oilicc, Riving real name and references. marlCtt Wanted. Hemlock and Pine Timber. lOt’xr'l l0<"t tt x 14 Hemlock and 7.TO V/ lineal feet 12x12 Pine Timber. „ , „ „ „ •». T. CHARE. Marcli 9—S,TATIt Piles and Lumber Wanted For Union Wharf. k)r./ 1 tn 300 Spi ucc and Hemlock Piles 25 feet ^ . f\r long. 25 to .0 Spruce and Hemlock Piles 30 tect long, too llackmctac Ki nders r.5 feet long. AH not less than 12 in. at the but and 8 at the top. Also650 lest running feet hemlock timber 10 x 12. loo Sticks hemlock lo to 12 lect long 8x8. 25 to in 51 3 in hemlock plank 15, 21 and 25 lect long. Apply to .10SISPU H. WHITE, March 8—cod3w Whartiuger. TO LET. To Let. OT Brick Store, No. 40 Union street. Apply ja3dtf ST. JOHN SMITH. To Let. STORE No. 2 Purl land Pier. Enquire of MATHEWS & THOMAS, mar27dlm 59 Commercial Street. Looms to-Let with Board. IIO 'et, on reasonable terms, two well tarnished rooms, with board, at 38 Centre Street, opposite Preble House. mar26dlw* To Let. fllHE Store on the lower side of Pom mere ial Street, I. now occupied by Donnell & Greely. Possession given April 1st. Enquire of MATHEWS & THOMAS, mar26dlm 59 Commercial Street. To Let rpifK three storied Brlek Store 204 Fore, tootoi X Plum Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, fchltidtf Plum Street. Fop lignt. OFFICES in the tliird story ol bhliding on corner of Exchange and Milk Streets. Enquire* at of fice of OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Fob. 25. fcf Exchange Street. To Let. rpHK Chamber (2d story) over E. T. Elden & Co’s, i 8 Free Street Block, sail able for Jobbing or Wholesale Business. Inquire of T. J. LITTLE, 79 Commercial stree*. tST'Ivev can be fonnd at E. T. Elden & Co’s Mar 2—dtf_ To Let, }>OOMS in second and third story (Griffith Block, V No. 21J Free Street. Also, rooms in third and fourth story Nos. 142 and 141 Middle Street. Apply to H. J. LIBBY & CO. March 18,1807. 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 corner of Middle and Exchange Sts. IT ap plied for now they can be fitted up to suit the appli cants. Apply to NATIPL F. PEEKING, No 19 Free Street, Mar 18. marl9d3w To be Lei, ROOMS over If. H. HAY’S Apothecary Stove, suit able lor an office, don 1st, or any light business. Enquire of JORDAN & RANDALL, 14> Middle Street, Evans Block. March 21. dtf LOST AND FOUND. Doff Lost. A SMALL Block and Tan Terrier. Answers to the name of Pet." A liberal reward will be paid for his return to 130 Dan forth Street. HENRY H. FURBISH. March 13. dtt Plaster, Plaster. 4 / W \ TONS pure "round Planter, for sale at the JL lowest market price, by Kendall & Whitney, mar29d:?m Market Hall,Portland. , - * —* iHiwuiunuicm ur ouiik 5 in height, 4 feet i; BEAL ESTATE. For Sale. THE superior fast sailing Hr Brig “CAsunr GUAY,” built In Nova Scotia i„ inn, l;e tons register, length 96} feet, breadth 25} feet, depth It feet, is coppered and copper fastened, and well found in sails and rigging, chains, anchors, ate. This vessel was built expressly for the West India business, and is fl.-o well adapted to the Brasil trade. Will bo sold cheap. For further particulars apply lo GKO. H. STAKU, No. 7 Central Whart. Portland, March 29,1867._mar2a—lw Building for Sale. THE Building on Market street, 2d door Irom Con gross street, now used as a gas titling shop, is lor sale. It is a good location tor mechanical husiue.-s.or tor a trader, Price #500. Apply to mariMMlw* WM. |L JERRIS. New House for Side, MO" In'Ua street, third house trunkCongress, contains eleven rooms, besides Ibffatlics. Tliis house is very pleasantly located and very con veniently arranged tor one or two lainllics. Apply to WM. 11. JKItKIS Real Estate Agent. ron sale: Sjgk A rtory anil a half Housr, with «evo» liniah liii eil rooms,uii.lbuMcatta.:hcl; good hard mid water. Lot 40 by 8«. Pleasantly locale.l on Montreal street street. Apply to mr2tsllw# T. BURGESS, 50 Montreal street. For Sale or Lease. THE Large Lot of Land on the corner of Federal, Temple and Congress streets. A desirable location for a Hotel—for sale low; if not sold, will be leased for a long term of years If de sired. Inquire of JOHNC. PROCTER, Portland, Mar 28—d3w C5 Middle street. FOR SALE ! MA Desirable Square Brick House, on Spring street, between High and Park streets, with modem improvements, heated through out by steam—piped for gas with gas tixturo, a good stable—abundance of bard and sort water in the house, with about 10,000 feet of land. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER. inar24-d3w House for Sale, A TWO story house on Salem Street, containing nme rooms, convenient tor two families. Lot 50 by 100. Will be sold low it applied tor immediately. _. W. H. JERKIs, ' mariidnw* Opposite Preble House. House Up-Town For Sale. A two-story Hwilru Hoa«e, contalninjr Mnisbcd roouiN, cemeuied cellar, Brick Cistern, Furnace, Gas thkoucuiout, and with all the modern improvements. For partic idars inquire at 13 Carlton Street, Or ol Dr. COLBY, Press Counting Room. Portland, Mar 22, MOT.—<12w House for Hale. ON tho corner of Oxford and Myrtle Sts. It is two stories, with a basement, witli ten ilnisheu rooms, in good repair; well aud cistern water, fur nace and gas. Enquire at No 101 Oxlord st. inr22tf Desirable Store Lots FOR SALE, w connBBciiL ktrbbt. THE subscribers offer lor sale tlic lot of land on t.he southerly side ot Commercial Street, headot liana s \\ hart, measuring 72 by 150 feet. Par tiir I her particulars inquire JONAS H. PER LEY °ut 18 tf_»r w. s. dana! A House lor Sale. gooil Housk two stories, Stable attached, hard anil soil water, good lot centrally located—cou iTifiS*lmiu,ru a‘ Jan. 21, 1867. dtf ^ A. FEN PERSON. I will sell on lavorable terms as to payment, or let for a term of years, the lots on the corner ot Middle and Franklin streets, and on r rankIm street,including thecorner ol Franklin ami ..Apply to VVM. HILLIARD, Bangor, SMITH KLE1> Attorneys, Portland. jyl2ti Valuable Hotel Property for Hale. rpHE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil 1 lageol Fryehurg, Oxford county, Maine, is oi fered tor sale at a bargain, il applied lor noon. The House is large, in good repair, with furniture and fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuilding*. For full particulars inquire ol HORATIO BOOTH BY, * _ Proprietor. Or Hanson a Dow, 54$ Union st. Fryeburg, Sept. 2d, IMS. dtf Valuable I teal Estate tbr Sale. THE line estate comer Brackett ard Walker Sts. The lot contains oyer 26,006 square feet. Title perfect aud tOrms favorable. Apply to W. if. JERHJS, marl dtf Real Estate Agent. For Sale. THE fine lot of Land on Spring, near High street know n as the Uoyd lot. containing about 10,000 feet; also alioiit ;;00,t)0o Brick aud 200 jh mIi ol Storm. Said hit will l>e sold with or without flic material. For further partienlars enquire of JOHN (J. TOL FOKD, or CHARLES SAOEit. lnchUdtf Farms for Sale. Three Varna in York County are util roll for sale by the subscri ber. They are located as follows: One in Walerbsr*’. One in l.ywian. One in Krascbsskysrt. Thcso Farms will lie sold low, or exchanged on lavorablo terms for Real Estale in Portland, Saco, or Bid deford. Apply lor particulars at otic* 293 Commercial St., or ai ofllce in Saco. mar.\id3w_JOSEPH HOBSON. Itimmi ****** hot for Sale Very , - r , ALSO: Dots tor sale at prices from one cent to S2 per foot. Enquire of JOSEPH ICEIID, martkltt' kstftto Agent. Oak St. near Congress. Brick House for Sale. 0N ***rcel, con tain in g Fourteen finish etl Rooms, hard and soft water, gas and other modern improvements. Posssession < iven April 1. Apply to D. H. Ingraham, Esq., or W. H. JERRIS, marCdlf___Real Estate Agent. Lot tor Sale. mHElotonthe northerly side of Deering Street, O . the residence of Gon. J. 1>. Fessenden! Said lot 18 sixty-two feet front ami one hundred feet in depth. Apply to J. C. PROCTER. marlGdtt Real Estate Agent, Middle St. For Sale. A FARM IN WELLS, MAINE. Estate of the late Samffl Hatch, contains about 00 acres, 40 to 50 oi cm £')0<1 wood land ami pasture, good e. io * TrT 2J stor.v House with L., 1 >rgo Ram, Sheds, &c. J'he harm is located at Wells Corner on niam road; churches and schools near, and in the immediate vicinity of the well-known summer re soi i, Wells Beach; *vill be sold low and on easy terms to close up the estate. Those wishing to see the 1-arm can apply to SAMUEL ELDRIDGK, near the £orJVSi8* &c*» inquire ol GEORGE R. HIGHBORN & CO., No. 1 Scollay’s Bull ling, oi address Box 114 P. O. Boston, Mass marlGdlm House tor Sale. TIIE convenient double house corner oi South and Spring Streets. Each tenement contains nine finished rooms, and may be sold separately. For further particulars, enqifrc of the subscriber on the premises, No. 15 Spring Street, m, , lri „ MRS- J- S- EATON. March IF, 1807. _ niar2<kltf Home and Lot for Sale, CITCATEI- lu Westbrook, near the end of Tu >7 -'ey 8 Bridge. A sfory and a half house, with (i.GiiO feet of land, shado and truit trees. House con tains eight rooms, with large allies, and has stable r.mm tor one horse and carriages,connected, ltis lo cated on tlie corner of Winslow Street and the roail leading to the Marine Hospital. Price *2,000. ai> Ptyto L. A. BACH ELDER, (Ling, Thnrlow& Co.) 165Commercial St. March 29. dim* Farm for Sale. THE homestead of the late Scott Dyer, Capo Eliz abeth, four miles south of Portland Bridge, con taining about 100 acres, good soil, in good state of cultivation, lencos all stone wall, young orchard, 15 trees grafted fruit. Pleasantly located. School and Church within i mile. Ifor terms, &c., apply on the premises or lo , „ „ E. C. liOBlNSON, ineliiO—tt 13 Moulton Street. House Lots and Water Lots —AT— Great Bargains! lOO House Lots AT PRICES FROM 10} to 19. 90, 99 and 90 eta. per foot, ON Franklin, Lincoln, Mayo, Smith, Fremont, Congress. Monument, Atlantic, Munioy, North, Walnut, Montreal, Melbourne, Quebec, Willis, Tur ner, Poplar, Winlhrop, Madison, Fox, Hammond, Eastern Promenade, and several new contemplated streets. ALSO. Water Lots on Back Cove and on East Com mere ini Street adjoining the Grand Trunk Railway, fronting the deepest water in Portland Harbor,' and well adapted tor Wharves and Manufacturing Sites. Tnc subscriber being in a feeble state of health, and desirous of settling his own estate, now offers to persons wishing to invest iu Real Estate the greatest Bargains to be had In Portland. Enquire of IVIOSEM GOULD, No. 55 North Street, between the hours of 8 and 10‘ A. M., and 2 and 4} P. M., where Plans of Lots may be seen. mar5dedlw then eod3w PIANO FOB SALE. A SUPERIOR 9 Octave PIANO FORTE. Lowest Cash Price $(775. WUl be sotd for $650, Ah it must bo sold immediately. , K. B. ROBINSON'S, Music Room 71111-1 Cuneu Si. Mar 21—till Portland Institute. IN accordance with the provisions of the By-Laws and a vote passed at the Iasi meeting „f the Cor porators of the *'Portland Institute ami Public I i bmnj" the undersigned hereby gives notice that the annual meeting of the Corporation wMheh.ldat the Common Loune Chamber. Market Mall, on the first Monday of April next, belt. *ho 1st dav thereof ni a o’clock 111 the afternoon, tor tuo purpose of elumJno the ofllocra, and to consider the supper of amending tlie By-Laws, and for the adoption of such other Portland, March ffu^dYw REEVKS’ Cleft’ Notice. Ill EREBY forbid any person harboring or trusting Wy wife, Mary Baruett, on my aeeouut, for she has left my bed and board without any provocation. JA9. B. BARN I TT. Portland, March 2G, 18C7. mar26illw* Portland Pry Dock Company. THP. Annual Meeting of the Stockholder* will lx held at the offlec ot tlio Ocean Insurance Com pany, Monday, April 1st, at 4 o clock P.M., for the choice of uffle'er* tor the ensnlng year, ami the trans action ot any other tmslncsa that may legally come before them. Per order. Dciore toe c. M. DAVIS, Secretary. Portland, March -*5,1KG7. dt*l Boarding, WITH good room at No. 70 Pleasant Street, cor ner of Park. mar'isdlw* tiNT'E ilTAI S .Mii.Sl'H, That Comical Brown ! WILLIAM B. BROWN. weiu,‘SR.'J Okxioo, anil WILLIAM HA¥ F \i i'iW*1Mvr B.u L.vuisr, iwnist'd by »iK. TIE WII1TIS an|th,- EDUCATED Ru SCOT 1 IE, Will give OBu of t ejr UXIQITE EXTEMTAIW3JEXTS, --- IN -- wkcii vnics* ball, - on -- Saturday Mven*yt March HO. HEP - Ticket* 25 cent-*, £U*serv<-.i ii£3,°S" 35* °’elocl‘- <:onceH * PORTLAND THEATRE. ViCNM'eM A Proprietor*, Niuith.llmlU y a ( o Stage Director, - - W. K. siikuidae. Treasurer, - - - - B. W. Hadley. The above establishment will ojmn on Monday Evening, April 1, 1807, For llie Spring and Summer Season with a First Class Dramatic Company ! Monday Evening, April 1« The Great Comedy by Lytton Bulwcr, entitled MONEY. Tuesday Evening, April 2d, Douglass Jorrolil's effective .Irama i a!le.l THE RENT I>AYI Wednesday Evening,.1 pr. 3d. Toni Taylor’s highly sueecseiul play entitled Still Waters Hun Recp WF*To conclude each evening with a Favorite Farce. Scale of Prices.—Admission 50 ets. Reserved Seats 75 cts. Gallery 35 cts. Doors open at 7 o’clock. Performance to commence at a qnartcr to eight. •Sr Box oflt e open daily lor sale of reserved seats, from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Mar 2»—dtit Afau de Magnolia.—The prettiest thing, the “sweetest thing,” and the most of it for Hie least money. It overcomes the odor ot‘perspiration; soft ens and adds delicacy to the skin; is a delightful i* r fume; allays headache and intlamation, and Is a nec essary companion in the sick room, in tiio nursery ami iii»oii tiie toilet sideboard, li can he obtained every where at one dollar j>cr bottle. Saratoga Bpring Water, sold by all Druggists. S. T.—18G0.—X.—The amount of Plantation Bit ters eohl in one year is something startling. They would till Broadway six ieet high from the Park to 4th street. Drake's manuUctory is oue of the insti tutions in New York. It Is said that Drake painted all the rocks in the Eastern Slates with liis cabalistic “S. T.—lSiki—X.,” and then got the old granny legis lators to pass a law “preventing ilisliguriug the lace ot nature,” which gave him a monopoly. We do noi know how this is, but we do know that Plantation Bitters sell as no other article ever did. They arc used by all classes of the community, and are death on Dysjiepbia—certain. They are very invigorating when languid and week, and a great appetizer.** Barato a print? Water, sold by all Druggists. “In lifting the kettle from the lire 1 scalded myscl very severely—one hand almost to a ciibp. The u»r tuio was unbearable. ' > * The Mexican Alus ti*iig Liniment relieved the pain aln.usi immediately It healed rapidly and let! very little scar. ’ C’UAh. Fus t tu, 4-0 Broad street, Philadelphia ’* This is merely a sample oi a hat the Alusiaug Lini ment will do. It is invalidin' in all cases oi wounds swellings, sprains, cuts, bruises, spavins, etc., either ujkjii mau or beast. Beware ot counterfeits. None is genuine unless wrapped in tlie steel-plate cugiaviugs, tearing 11.« signature of G. \V. Westbrook, Chemist, and the pri vate stamp of DEMIS Bails its 0L Co, New Voik. Saratoga tipriug Water, sold by all Druggist* All who value a valuable head of hair, and its pres ervation from premature baldness and t urning grey will not tail to use Lyon’s celebrated Kaf tenon. ii makes the hair rich, soft and glossy, erathcaw-H dand rutt, and causes the hair to grow with luxuriant beauty. It is sold everywhere. K. Thomas Lyon, Chemist, N. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. WnAT Did It? A young lady returning to her country home alter a sojourn of a few mouths in New ion OI auuoet uuublo amootluieaa, ami umteati in /a, »ho real y appcare.l but 17. she told I bom i.hiinlV aae uuoii Aagaii’a Magnolia Balm, amt would not br without it. Any laily can iiupruvo her apticunuiuo very much by using lliia nrtiole. It can bo anlumj ol any dru;ttiist lor bn cunts Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all UrnttciHls. Heimstreet's inimitable Ilair Coloring lias I'een stcmlily growing in lavor tor over twenty years. It acts uiiou the absorbents at tlio roots ol Hie liair,'anil eiiangea to its original tailor bv degrees. Ail insutn taneoua dyes deaden and ilijuie the liair. lleiiu atrorU m not a dye but i* conlin in its resulla i.ro motes its growtli, ainl is a IteauUlul Hair Dressing 1 nee 00 cuuts and »1 .ml. Sold by all dealers. ’ Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. .. extract ok I'pre Jamaica Dinger— "" nt'ligeslion, Nausea, Heartburn, Sick Headache, CholeraMorbus, Ac., where :i warming.genial stim mant is required. Its cureliU preparation and entire* purity makes it a cheap and reliaole article Ibr culi nary purposes. Sold everywhere at 30 cents per bot tle. 1 Saratoga Spring Water, soul by all Druggists. 11 Juao J4, '{Hi—eod&wly ASSESSORS’ NOTICE. THE Assessors of the Citv of Portland hereby give notice to all persons liable lo tuauon m & JJ city, that they will I e in session every secular day. trom the second to the thirteenth dav of April next inclusive, at their room in Market Hall Building, iroin ten to twelve o’clo k in the forenoon, and Irom lliree to five o'clock in the afternoon, lor l.lu: purpose o« re ceiving lists of the polls and e tales taxable in said city. And .all such persons arc hereby notified to niftkc anu bring to said assessors, true and prrlcct lists of all their polls and estates, »nd all estates real ami personal, held by them as giiaroian. executor, admin istrator, trustee or otherwise, as on the first day «>t April next, a vi be prepared to make oafli to the truth of the same. AjuI when estates of persons deceased, have been divided uuring the past year, or- have changed hands from any cause, the executor, administrator, or other l>cr8on interested, is hereby warned to give notice of such change; atul in default of such uotice vviil l»e held under the law to pay the tax assessed although such estate has been wholly distributed ami i>n.d over. Particular notice is hereby extended to all ih*tsoiis in said city, who luive lost I iron* propeitv by tire, lo give in a statement within the time aforesaid, ol the losses and the amount of insnianco thereon, if any ; otherwise they may be liable to l>e taxed thereon as though they bail been fully insured. And any person wli • neglects to comply with this notice, will Ik* doomed in a tax according to the laws of the Slate, aud be barred ol the right to make ap plication to the Count v Commissioners lor anv abate ment of his taxes, unless l>e shows that be was una ble to oiler sucli lists within the time hereby ap pointed, 8. B. BECKETT,) \V M BOV l», J Assessors. WM H. KOYE, l (V Blank schedules will ho furnished at (lie room ol the Assessors. Portland, March 25,1*67. mar 26—tnrpll 1 E. C. It I SIT'S New York Goods! Constantly on hand and tor salo by T. CUltTIS & CO 62 Milk St., Boston, The only authorized Agents lor tlie sale ol these Hoods in Sew England. T. C. «& CO , Also man u the hire the finest quali ties ol OeMtu* Hewed aud Pegged Calf Boots and Shoes! OF EVERY VARIETY. Mar'—T, T & 84w* EASTERN EXPRESS CO. NOTICE: THE Government have decided that they will pay rue exproHH chatgcti both ways upon 7 3-10 Bk»nd» sent t'i Washington tor exchange, 'liie Kantcm Kx ]ue»s Company will receive and forward ru« li Rends under their contract with the Government wtalmut charge to the owners, and the lHpuitmcut will return m carriage paid. ti l’isdti Merchants’ Kxflinnsc — Anuuul Mcctinjr. rtlHK Annnnl Meet in? of thr Mi-frbnnls-Kx.^in^ 1 will iH-.'iir on Saliir.lav, M»tvh -Altli, at IJ « > •«“ k A M. Allsul.* Hpti.n« tin lbcf.imli»tfv.»r»lliu. n incnce at that time, iuix aide in advance, and Hilbstrib ere are notllieil that Ibnir bUbt will lw r. ^y on tl.at Jjay M. N. UlctJ, hup I, March 25. did.__ __ Spruce Shmgrles. I \ Af. No. 1 SPRUCE SHINGLES jmt re ccived and lor .‘ale. by * SAW VKR & VARN KY, Mar 2t»—dlw No. 25 torn unreal ht. Oread Collegiate Institute, For Young Ladies, Worcester. Mass BUILDINGS repa;red and rclurniHhed. Now in rhe moat nourishing condition it ha* been rim c its establishment in Summer Term begins April 12. Semi for Circular. HAKlIIS K. G KEENE, A. M.. Principal. MISS S. B. l’.U IvAiil), Ahbo. Principal, ratrl'dim_ _ | Notice. rTIHE first meeting of the Corporator, of the ‘‘Eagle A Sugar Refinery," will he held at the ' Jlfi e ** saitl Refinery, on Fore Street, on Saturday,, „ day of April next, at 3 o’clock P. M„ t"1' die p n* ■ of organization. JOHN SPARROW, JOHN lANCH PKLEG BARKER, March 23,1867. dtd Corporators. ""r •#*'*,•JrSt-tiS) *«■»»Ida* SMEgSfiSfcfci!. 04 fc.JJ Alil l iUA >A l.i.o. «• M. PATTKSI A t o.. Aurtiuur.ra, FIiiiii Mirrrt. Mare, Wagon ami Harnesses at Auction. C) trout mi (i , ’ Murrb .‘lotb.a 11 A. M, One lliijr Sinrr, OwWai.aa.dlI.rHH, Our l>um|>-< nrl m„i ll„ru, Our Miuftlr llurur... ’ .. MV K. U. MITM * «■«., Au',i.u,rrZ Stocks at lucUoss. ON WEDNESDAY", April 3, at 11 o'.U-k \. M. at the Werch;tnl» Exchange, corner of Foie anil Exchange Streets, will Is- sold Fifty Sharer* Portland Kolling .Mills. Ten Shares Attwood Urd » o. Flileen Shares in Portland Pier. Five^ihares Eastern Packet Cu. JOHN HAND, Assignee. March 27, lw;7. did n. DBAPKR, lin'IOMKKiC. S. Cotton Sale!! John li. a co. WILL kg|.|, ON Thursday x Ap>n tth, JHG7, at one o'clock p. M.. .,t n1(.*r Males ICoom, No. ii-. Peart si.. * (Haiiovcr.Sf|jiarc,)l>yoriler of Francis i;.>hi,iKon spec ial aitciit 1 nsasnry i lepanin. nt, , c OOO Bales North * arolina and t;eor jjui Cottou. The alcove cofton lias been sampled and classed by (J. YV. Amory, and may he seen l»y sample at Hie office o4 the Aaotfolu ers, K’o. 112 Pearl street, New York, two day** before the Hale. marj.v.td E. JE. PATTEN A' CO., lucnoucn PLUM STREET. Valuulile Property iu Westbrook at Auction. ON WEDNESDAY, Pith (lav of April, al h'llf psiKt two P. M., (or if stotmv first lair day,) will be Hold on tae premises without the least re serve, the loUnwing described parcels ot Real Ks tat<-in Westbrook, uh follows, viz. : Homestead situ - sited at Albans corner, ho called, containing about tart y acres of laud, with the building* thereon, con woV'F °l,a on« a>*d a half storied t arn. House, with L attache 1, with Kitchen, YVood and carriage House. Also, a large Kara U»i by MHeei, with Shed •5*^2?} “T* ncar ,b* bal,ain* 1 :’11 con ven lent I v ariaiiKe.1 an.l ill k'ou.1 rep* r. Alw>, anoll* r lot of ijiiki nt slid Alien h corner, contiininj .bout 11 wlir With 1101X1 ,ar"’ and Shed, all in lino AX- JX —ALSO— About 20 across of drained meadow, as good or bet ter land tor gardening than can W found in the State, situaud neHr All n s corner on the road leading to Portland viaTukcy’s nridus. -A LSI >— About 5 acres oi Mca-low ami Upland situated on the road leading from Allen’s to Morrill's corner, l»e ing a very desirable lot for building and gardening. All of .slid land in he town of Westhrcd about 3 miles from the city of Portland, ami one mile from P. & K. Ituilmad ami Portland -florae lad b oa !. All ot the alsive Lands are iu a high stoic of cultl va i n, with a very large amount of front, and very desirable for building lots, larining or gardening. Immediately after sale of Heal 1 stale will be sold about two hundred Sheep ami Lambs, six « ows and Hellers, two Horses, and tour Hogs, togdher with Wag us, Panning Tools and a portion of the House hold Furniture. The above property is to be sold to the highest bid der, and on the most favorable terms. Lush, if the purchasers so de-irc, or one* quarter cash, the bal ance iruin oue to live year* w uh iide and e • i. intero-t at si\ per cent, semi-aumia'ly. Thu per sona) property to be sold tor cash. For particulars cull on Cyrus Tlinrlow, ICo Com mercial street, or on the Auctioneers, fi £T“.Salc to commence with toe Homestead. Mar 27 Valuable Heal Estate at Auction. ON THURSDAY, April 11, at 3 o'clock, »' M, 1 ahull sfiHht* valuable lot of lain! on Pearl sleet, being the Dwelling felouwe boi ot* (helate II.»n. Eliphnht lirecly. It Ih IUi teet on iVarl ul: evt, by about 107 An i back, with the tlebri* theicon. There is a»ircasetl granite walk of about 50 teet in length by about 3 tret wide uninjured anM the unilcrpiiiing Is «1 rested granite. All the material on the ground is good. Only one ol the Hltaoe trees in trout of the house was destroyed bv the lire. 'Llii? is one of the uto-a valuable and deslrab’e lo s hi the market ] 1 ar ant.lv aud centrally Minute* I—in k very desirable neighborhood—within 90 feet ot Congns.'M street and near the Park, bale l*oslt*ve mr29ttl JOSEPH S. BAILEY, Auc ftoneer. --•_._.__ Sale ol' Tiuiber Lands for Bates’ College. L.vxi* Ofpicf, i Bangor, March 7. lHt 7. f NOTICE is hereby given, m puvs .uuce of *• l:e solvo to carry Into effect chapter iwo hundred eight> dour of the Uvs.ilv* * of eighteen hmtdretl *:x ty-foar in f.tvor of Lutes* Coll* ge,” approved hi l>ru ary 2*, IslI, that townships nuinbeie*I s, hang*: 17 and It) Uango 17 \V 1. LS, Militated upon the Upper Saint John Liver, excepting the South*ast qu.liter ot the last named township, will be ottered tor sale by public auction lor the bcu«ut <>t mnl College, t • he Land Ohio* in Bangor, on Wednesday tin* lltli day of September next, at 12 ■/deck, noon.' One third cash and satts*fac»or> notes payable in on an 1 two years, Mtcnred by mortgage on the prem ises, will be received .n paynmni. lb A AC B. (LARK, raartkltScpt 11, Land Agent. JO If* CKOCKKTT, Audioueer an.! Apprwiw. r, (Olhce with Evuus Si Bailey) tnrJO NOS. 1 & 2 FREE STREET BLOCK, dtf MEDIC AI ELECT 111 CITY Dtt. W. N. DEKIING, Medical llllectiician i 17* MIDDLE 81KUKT, X’ORrly Opposite (hr Muir, ll.i. V17HEKE be would rrsprrltully announce to • 1 eiliaens ol Portland and vicinity, tlrsl be a permanently located in tills city. During the three years we lmve been in this city, we have cured soma ol Die worst (onus of disi ssf in persona wlm havo tried other forma ol treatment in vain, mid enrinsr patients in so short a time that l ue question is often a iked, do they stay cured? To answer this oiiesiku we will sav that all that do not slay eared, we doctor the second time without charge. I>r. D. lias been a practical rllcctrh iau tor I went, OI1C years, and is also a regular graduated phvsiciai Electricity is perfectly udipte.l to chronic disca-cs in the foOkol nervous or sick headache; ueuriauia m the head, neck, or extremities; consuinptiou when In the acute stages or where tlie lungs are nut inliy involved; aente or chronic rheuiuuli.'iii scrofula, hip diseases, white swellings, siiin.il diseases, etirvatnre of the Spine, contracted muscles, distort d liliihs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vital? Dam e, dcainess. slat.i. mering or hesitancy ol speech, dyspepsia, indices thin, constipation and liver complaint, piles_we cure every ease that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures m the chest, and all terms of lenialo Complaint*. By Electricity I he Kheumattc, tlie gouty, the lame and the laze leap with joy, ami move with the agility and elastic tty ot youth; the heated hruiii in cooled; the *rost bilteu limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re moved; luintncss converted to vigor, we.ikiu^. to strength; the blind made to nee, the deal to bear ur.d the palsied form to move upright: the blemishes ot youth are obliterated; the aciujdknth ot mature me prevented; the calamities of old age obviated and an active circulation maintained I. A 1) I R S Who have cnld han*»s iiiitnrtt^ —•*di atoniachs. larr - an<( weak back*; nervous and sick hradmTw, .*.«*, ne»s and swimming in the head, wi'h indigestion and constipation ot the bowels; pain in the side and buck; lcuconlnca, (or whites); lulling oi llie womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, polypiu. and all that long train of diseases will tlnd in Eleetrlefty a sur»* uuans ot cure. For painful menstruation, too ,.*«>iuse menstruation, and all ot those long lti.e 01 troubles with young ladies, Electricity is a certain spccilic, and will, in a short time, restore the sufferer to the vigor of lu-altb TI HOT If I TKKTII I TEETII J Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Elkp TJtioiTV WITHOUT fain. Person** ha\ingdecayed tcctli ox slumps they wish to have removed lor reset ting he Would give a polite invitation to rail. Superior ElectR«> Magnetic Machines tor sale for laiuiiy use, with thoroughiii>tr*ieti>>iis. Dr. D. can accommodate u tow patient# with board end treatment at his house. Otbec hours from 8 o’clock A. \l. to 12 M.; from to 6 P. M , and 7 to 9 in the evening. ComuUuiion free. aovltf PIONEER LA1XIES, USE TIMS AMI NHOTHKK, Ami with y.iur PASTRY you will have no bother; At every grocers you can get i>, ’Try a box an I y ou will ne'er regret li. This Yea-1 Powder is used bv all first-class Ho tels and lies aiirams throughout the country, and is linduig its way into every lit useliold wiero good Yeast Powder is appreciated. Samples Free?. Every box warranted to give satisfaction or money refund ed. Manufactured by T vYl.OU A Yul NG, 1*6 Front Street, N. Y. CHUKJHELL, HUNT & MELCHKlt, S7 Commercial St. D P.. KICKER & CO., 185 Fore S'rtet. marJ3eodlro* Agents (or Maine. C’oimrtnershfp Notice. THE undersigned have this day formed a Ujf*rJr uership under the ua i e and style *<f K I MP « SULLIVAN, for the purpose oi camaig on the Horse Mhociua business, en the corner of laiiio and Federal streets. Their . xpcrkitce imibles them to guarantee satisfaction to all who may be ph ased t. give Hi. m a . all Tlic y aill w.iriMi. the emre ol all livraca li. iu interlerint.’i i.ver-rem.iilnK. bpe.il cutting, &c., *i'c. , || kfmi*, Maryr.llW timothy SULLIVAN. S(. ium rs for Sale. rv'rwuN WHEEL STEAMERS “Falcon,” and S *N luriou.” 2 vosc® ohl, «*' ,!u‘ following din.cn «i .ns- r.riigfh 10" feet; width over all £8 ft ot; depth i! |(>e^. ,|mf( of water 3d inches; i f g.*od »pr«l, with Ui /c tfVigla and ismscuger capacity, in good order .u.Ti-. ady lb* service, with full ln\entorv. Enquire of RUSS A STURDIVANT, mchiadlm 73 Commercial street. To Wagon llmhlcrs. \rOtTR attention is called to Dennett’s Patent Dumping Wagon. It is simple tn construction, and costs no more than any wagon. The load rests equally on the lore and hind w herl.s. IL dumps be tween the axles, hi short, fids dumping wag> n is the best extant. We wish to eorre-poud with wagon builders throughout the country in relation to mak ing and selling tlicbo wagons. Addres A. A. DENNETT & CO„ mar25.1 it 285Congress St., Portland. Me. For Hale. A 11(101) opi«rtiuiilv i» ..ll.ml “JILht'Ur* small. apilal, by imrrhMh# U»' f,ul‘ Towusi'ud’s Patent Gian* Co- r Plat ■ .. , « j i.ui on in Portland About two luudrtsl ba^b^n.! .,rirtuulan» en during Hie past week. || | ] DER, quire of * 2i» Green Street. mnrStMifiw*_______ I Crave Charge, mlIP c|ovm of Skill Si Oaylor’s Minstrels, when In-kcd “whofirst Introduced punb intj into this •ountrv.'’ answered, “California Cheat* .John.**— Whether this is uue or not It does not matter; hut one tiling is certain, that Calif* rniu Cheat* .John was the first to introduce into this city Coo>! €‘lo«h int, tienl’i* FaruUhin^ <-o<».l-. liar** nml ■toots at unusual y low |•nee* Call and we him. It* member the number, 335 Congress St reel. Much 27. dtf _ fT/\ TUBS Prime Canada amt Vermont Uniter, MV/ just received ami tor sale by i mr20tf J. I*. WBKHM) 72 *& 74 * ore at.