Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 2, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 2, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS UY TELEGRAl-H TO THE PORTLAND DA1LV PRESS. ----— Tuesday Morning, April 2, 1867. ----—— CONNECTICUT ELECTION. Probable Defeat of Governor Hawley. Both Branches of the Legislature Republican. New IIaven, April 1. New Haven, Hawley 3,235, English 5,033; Bethany, Hawley tin, English 141; Bradford, Hawley 180, UiigUsh 333; CheRhiie, Hawley V3I; Milford Hawley 318, English 382; Nauga^ i.'. k Knjrhsh ill! majority; North Branfonl, H’?£rhsh<J3; North IIaven, Hawley ; J Orange, Hawley 245, English H»0; Oxford, Hawley 133, English 172; Pros pect, Hawley 76, English 61; Seymour, Haw ley 203, Euglish 254; Southbury, English 47 majority; Wallingford, Hawley 255, English oOO; Water bury, Hawley 860, English 1,175; W oodbridge, Hawley 57 majority. English gains 153 in this county. Midnight.—English, Democrat, is probably elected Governor by 500 majority. The Demo crats carry tliree of the Congressional Districts, •Jiubbanl is elected in the nrst‘district, Hotch kiss iu the second, and William H. Barnum in the iourth. The Republicans elect Stark weather in the third district. Haktford, Conn., April 1. J lie vote ol Hartford to-day was as follows: Hawley 2,746, English 3,216; English’s majori ty 470. Last year his majority was 479. Hub bard’s majority iu Hartford for Congress is507; Deming in this district is probably defeated by about 200 majority. Hartford, April 2, 1.30 A'. M. We have returns from all but 32 towns. Eng lish leads Hawley about 300 votes. The Demo crats carry the 1st, 3d and 4th Congressional Districts, and the Republicans the 3d. Both brandies of the Legislature will probably be Republican. WASHINGTON. Operations of the Freed men'« Bureau in ftlisftiaMiippi and Georgia. Capture of Fort llankin by the Indians. Gallant Defence of Col. Rankin. Washington, April 1. The present temper of the Seuate is against the ratification of the R ussian American treaty. The whole subject, however, will lie thorough ly discussed. The United States Supreme Court adjourned until to-morrow for want of a quorum. The Seuate met at noon and appointed Messrs. Aulhony and Hendersou a committee to wait on the President and inform him that they were ready to receive any message from him. The Senate then went into executive session. lion. N. G. Taylor, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, entered upon the discharge of his du ties to-day. The Commissioner of the Freodmen’s Bu reau is in receipt of a report of the operations of the Bureau in the State of Mississippi dur ing January, dated Vicksburg, Feb. 17, by A. < Gillen, Assistant Commissioner, from which it appears that labor was in good demand and better. wages are ottered than last year, while it is stated that those who treated the freedmen unfairly, cannot now obtain hands The Suli-Coiumissioner at Natchez states that while there is some destitution among the freod nieu, the most alarming destitution and suffer ing are staring the white population in the face. Of the two classes, the former are better situated, being able to do that kind of work generally in demand; their wants being few their expenses are small. There were but few complaints being made to the Bureau. The schools are reported in a flourishing condition; they are well sustained, and the freedmen are doing much to support them. In conclusion; Gen. Gillen remarks: There is no opposition from the more intelligent classes to the educa tion of fieednien, but, on the contrary, many iHaulers have applied for teachers and are wil ing to permit the necessary building for schools. Gen. Gillen is convinced that preju dice against the education of the blacks will soon disappear. Tlio demand for labor con tinues unabated, and thousands of colored peo ple are brought hi Mississippi from the older and less fertile States of Virginia, North Caro lina, youth Carolina and Georgia. The ac counts of destitution and starvation, so tar as they refer to Mississippi, are much exaggerat ed. During January no rations were issued to citizens, black or white, except those in hos pital. me r reeuinen s joureau nas receiveu a letter from the Assistant Commissioner of the Bu reau tor the State of Georgia, relative to affairs in that State. He reports that there are now 143 schools in operation, with 145 teachers and 7,847 pupils. Some trouble has been exper inced in different parts of the State in settling difficulties between tin* treedmen and their em ployers, growing out of the refusal of the lat ter to pay the wages promised. Even at this time it is almost impossible to obtain justice for the freed men in the minor courts. In the liiglier courts there is evidence of an increased disposition to administer the laws justly. Tin* President sent no nominations to the Senate to-day. The House Judiciary Committee will remain in session all the week on the impeaehineet question, and then adjourn until the first of May. A letter from the wife ol a distinguished army officer at St. Louis, received here this morning, confirms the report of the capture of Port Buford, at the mouth of tlie Yellow Stone, on the Upper Missouri river.— Colonel Kail kin, his wile, child and the whole garrison were slaughtered, in all about eighty. Col. Kaukin had represented fuly four months before, his inability to resist pro longed attacks of an overwhelming force ol Indians, if brought against him, and requested to be reinforced or drawn into a more defenci ble position. He wrote letters saying that he anticipated his fate, and made good Tiis prom ise to his friends that he would defend his po sition to the last man. Private letters state that be repulsed with his small force an attack of from 2,000 to 3,000 Indians, killing 300 and wounding over 1,000 before he was overwhelm ed. It is generally supposed that Col. Ran kin shot liis wife, to prevent her falling into the hands ot the Indians. No possible blame can be attached to Col. Rankin’s memory, for the fall of the post, as he had had many years ex perience in the Indian country, ana was an officer of great coolness and discretion. MEXICO. The Imperial Army Besieg ed in Queretaro. Tlte Imperial Condition in Yuca tan Desperate. New Yobk, April 1. Tlic steamer Eagle, from Havana March 27, urrivod late last night. The latest dates from the City of Mexico are to March 13. The army of Maximilian, 8,00(1 strong, was besciged in Queretaro by the Liberals, 18,000 . trong. under Escobedo. The junction of the Liberal forces was vainly opposed by Mejia, who was obliged to retreat to Etu city with loss. . Forfiero Diaz laid s. ige to Puebla on the lltli. There wore over 300 persons in the prisons of the capital, accused of hostility to the Empire, and of remissuess in paying their quotas of the forced loans. Among them are mauy for eigners. Liberal guerrillas had surrounded the City of Mexico and prevented provisions from enter ing. Skirmishes took place daily in the out skirts of the citv. Maximilian’s Minister and Governor ad in terim of the capital, had'sent in his resignation and intended to leave for Europe. Tile Imperial prospects were becoming des pererate in Yucatan. A French licet of three irou-clads, three line-of-battle ships and nine gunboats were to sail from Havana, on the 28tb. The people of Vera Cruz were insisting on the surrender of the place to the Libernls out side. OENTEAL AND SOUTH AMERICA, The Skimmer U, It. Purler—Mtrnuier ITIe Irur :i Chilian Privateer—Colombian Atr.lir*— Kn|»I>rew»ion of the Kcvolnaiou i„ (aiialaiunla. New York, April 1. Tin’ Panama Star and Herald of the aid nays the steamer 1!. It. Cuyler, which was detained here on suspicion, is now sailing under the flag of the Colombian Government with the name of Kayo. She received six torpedo boats on hoarib and started for Jamaica. The Star and Herald thinks the suspicion that she is a Chil ian privateer is well founded, and that she will prey nit the Spanish commerce oil' Korto ltico and Cuba. Jt also says it is believed tnat tne uoiomuiau Minister at Washington has allowed hiinselt to Iwi imposed upon by a party of Chilian agents to enable them to evade the United States neutrality. The notorious steamer Meteor has also turned up at Callao, and it is presumed that she will become a Peruvian or Chilian privateer. The difficulties between the President and Congress of Colombia continues. The revolution in Guataraala has been sup pressed. The other republics are tranquil. Cable l>a»pnlrli€M. Brussels, March 31. Placards hostile to Prussia and favoring an alliance with France have been posted up in the streets ot Luxembourg. The Prussian commander of the Fortress of Luxembourg j has complained ot the insult ottered to his Gov- | ment. _ London, March 31. A despatch from Belgrade states that the Prince ol Hervia left that city yesterday for Constantinople. .Michigan Election. Detroit, April 1. The vote Cast to-day was very light. The Republicans were generally successful, and will elect their State ticket and a majority of delegates to the Constitutional. Convention. This city gives a small Republican minority. Th? county was carried by tn^ Democrats. W«w 1?#rk IleMU New Yohk. April 1. Steamer Gen. Grant, which arrived to-day from New Orleans, report* passed the wreck of a schooner lying on her side, with some of the planks started. Could not get her name. She nailed from Boston. Brig Clara Bella, which arrived here to-day reports 28th ull., Win. T. Coombs, seaman, of Winter Harbor, Me., fell overboard and was lost. The steamship Henry Chauncey, from As pinwall 24th has arrived, bringing $892,000 in treasure and some JlOO passengers. A letter from Gen. Sherman is published, in wlueh lie states that he has leave of absence lor the summer, ami that he will accompany Laud Ug,lter 1U t*10 excu,'si°n to the Holy Ou Sunday evening one of the horse cars running between Jersey City and Hoboken, was broden into pieces at the Grove street crossing, by an Eric Railroad locomotive. The accident was caused by the gate-keeper ne glecting to put down the gate while the loco motive was approaching. Several persons in the car were injured; on elderly lady fatally. The Pacific Mail Steamship Company’s steamer Costa Rica, sailed to-day for China, with a full and valuable cargo. This vessel is sent out for the purpose of making the con nection between Shangliae and Yokohama.— The steamship New York sailed from this port this afternoon tor Aspinwall, with a large number of passengers. — The arrivals from sea to-day have been unu sually numerous. Every vessel reports severe weather ou the coast and many ol them have sufi'ered considerably therefrom. There were 425 deaths in this eity last week. Cnwrralire C»r»ll» in Teiarwc Nashville, April 1. A Conservative Couveution was held here to-day, Judge Grant in the chair. Judge Whitworth aud a Mr. Williams, acolored man, were the principal speakers. The former en forced the views he recently put forth in a let ter, respecting the policy of accepting the situ ation, fully recognizing the negro as a citizen and voter and inviting him to participate in political meetings. Mr. Williams took tke f round that the owners of the soil and the !a orers were identified in interest and should co-operate for the goud of each other and the country. He believed the Southern man was the negro’s best friend. Mr. WilllamB is from Peunsylvania and has served in the Federal army. The Convention adopted a resolution requesting the colored voters to hold a meeting to appoint delegates to the State Conventioii which assembles here on the 16th inst., to nom iuate a candidate for Governor. Mass Meeting at Savannah, Ga. Savannah, Ga., April 1. A mass meeting of citizens was held here to-day. A large number of those present were colored men. Addresses were made by ex Gov. Johnson, Col. Stone, Dr. J. J. Warring, Col. H. S. Fitz, J. M. Sims, J. G. Campbell, a colored preacher, and others. Resolutions were adopted recognizing Congress as the supreme iegislative power; pledging themselves tostand shoulder to shoulder in the reorganization of the Slate Government and maintaining na tional unity; recognizing the importance of the education oi the whole people; declaring their purpose to labor earnestly for the education of every citizen, and requesting the miliary com mander of the district to order the registration and ah election at the earliest practicable mo ment for a convention to reorganize the State oi Georgia in accordance with the Congres sional plan. Destructive Fire*. New York, April 1. A fire in Brooklyn Saturday night destroyed the dyewood mill of Messrs. J. & ,f. Harvey, of Cliff street, N. Y., aud several out buildings. Total loss from $35,000 to $40,000; insured. Toledo, Ohio, April 1. A fire this morning destroyed the livery stable of Warren & Co., and six small frame buildings adjoining. Loss will probably reach $33,000; insurance, $10,000. Boston. April 1. A fire occurred to-night at No. 4 Commerce street, among some cotton stored over the fish store of Franklin Snow & Co. There was some fiOO bales owned by parties in St. Louis aud consigned to C. H. Coffin, of Newbury - port. Loss about $20,000. All parties well in sured. Municipal Elections. Circle ville, Ohio, April 1. ' Mr. Walker, the Union candidate, was elects ed Mapor to-day by 67 majority. A large Union gain. Columbus, Ohio, April 1. John 6. Bull, Democrat, tint present Mayor, was to-day re-elected by a vote of 5657, a Union gain of 503 since last election. The Council stands 12 Democrats to 6 Unionists: Cincinnati, April 1. The municipal election passed off quietly. The Union ticket is elected by about 3,000 ma jority. _ Miscellaneous Dispatches. St. Louis, March 31. Over $10,000 have been subscribed here for the relief of the destitute Southerners. A prize fight between Frank Drew, of St. Joseph, aud James Brainard, of Montana, oc curred in Kansas, opposite St. Joseph, yester day. One hundred and sixty-five Tounds were fought, occupyiug over ten hours. Drew was the victor. SANDUSKY, UlllO, April 1. The steamer Evening Star made her first trip to-day, and will now run regularly between this city and the islands of Lake Erie. There is no ice in sight. liAiutigDUito, Penn., April 1. The bids were opened to-day for the $20,000, 000. One million of the 5 per cent, was bid for at par, and about thirty-one millions at G per cent, were bid for from par to 1-2 per cent, pre mium. The tiids exceed the amount wanted by about eight millions. Drexel & Co., J. Cooke & Co., and Clark & Co. get about six teen millions at a premium rauging from one tweutieth to ouc-sixteentb. Memphis, Tenn., April 1. The ex-confederate Gen. Smith P. Bank head, lately City Attorney, was assaulted on Saturday night by an unknown assassin and beaten to death. Suspicion points to a police man lately discharged at his request. St. Louis, April 1. A meeting was held to-night to devise means for re-buiJdmg the Lindell Hotel, which was attended by many of our most prominent citi zens. The sum of $050,000 was subscribed, and a committee appointed to solicit additions' sub scriptions. The rebuilding of the hotel is as sured. Boston, Aprd 1. The mule spinners and some of the carders of Lawrence, Mass., struck to-day for ten hours. Gen. John L. Swift has been appointed Dep uty Collector at this port. A lather Indian Massacre. San Francisco, April 1. Lute advices from Arizona represent the In dians to be troublesome. On the 1st of March the Indians attacked a train returning from Lapose, in the vicinity ot Dale Creek, killing three men, wounding one and capturing twen ty-four animals, four guns, three pistols »nl three hundred pounds of ammunition. Dale Creek, the scene of the massacre, was formerly a military station. The people of Arizonacom plain of the indolence of the military and the indifference of the Government to these out rages. Fra as Havana—ExpnUioa sf Aeflrard Irani Hajli Caufirucil. Nbw York, April 1. A meeting of merchants, brokers and plant ers of Havana was held on the 23d to deter mine whethor United States gold shall be re ceived in Havana as a circulating medium at par. The question was decided in the affirma tive, and the signatures are being taken of those who are willing to bind themselves to the measure. An arrival from 'Hayti confirmed the report that President Jeffrara had been expelled. THE DIAKHE1 I. Financial. New York. April 1. Tlie Post ssys Wall street is dull, but the general tone ot feeling is better. The reported suspension of one or two National Banks in the oil regions seems to have little Influence. The loan market is fairly active, with an adequate supply at 7 tier cent. Com mercial paper 7 @ 8 per cent. Stocks steady with very lltUe animation. Governments lower. Rail loads dull and inactive. Exchange quiei. Theban* statement shows a decrease in loans of 411,79;; de crease in specie of $621,394; decrease In circulation, $149,794; decrease in deposits, $3,895,365; increase in legal tenders, $1,564,853. New York market. New Yobk, April I. Cotton opened firm anil closed dull and drooping; sales 2,000 bales; Middling uplands 30} @ 31c, closing Qt Inside quotation. Flour—Western closed drooping; State at 070 ® 12 75; ltound hoop Ohio 1100 g 13 90; Western 9 70 ® 13 90; Southern quiet and steady at 11 *5® 17 00; Canada at 11 25; California firm at 15 00 f«j 16 25. Wheat—closed dull; Milwaukee No. 2 at 2 47® 2 48; White California 315. Corn—lc higher; sales9,600 bush; Mixed Western 119 @ 1 22. Oats—1 (g 2c higher; sales 48,000 bush.; State 73® 75c; Western 67 (g 71c. Beef—steady; sales050 bbls. Pork—closed firmer; sales 5,600 bills.; now mess 23 87 @ 25 95; old do 22 56 ® 23 00. Lard—heavy; sales 765 bbls. at12} (g 13§c. Groceries—generally quiet and firm. Naval Stores—firm. Oils—quiet; Linseed 1 36® 131. Petroleum—quiet and steady. Wool—quiet. Freights to Liverpool—drooping; Cotton per steam er }d; Grain 3d per sail. — New York Weekly Cottle Market. New York, April 1. Bed' Cattle—moderate business at unaltered prices; receipts 4000 head. Veal Calves ruled dull, heavy quiet uml steady at7j@8|c; receipts 11,090 head. Caaiiurrcia|...pcr Cable. .r, 1 r_ London, April 1, Noon. Consols »or money opened at fit ’ AMERICAN SBOtiRiTUEa.-Tl.e following are the current qu Wations for American Securities: Illinois Central Railroad shares .«{. Eric ltailroad shares 39}. United Status 5-20’s 75. a Frankfort, April 1. Noon. United States 5-20’s 78}. Paris, April 1, Noon. United States 5-20’s P4|. Liverpool, April 1, Noon. Colton iirro; sale* to-day will resell 10,000 bales. The following aretlie quotations:—Middling uplands 13 !u> 13Jd; middling Orleans 133d. Breadstuff's Hrin; Whsat, No. 1 red 13a 6d; White California 13a 3d.— Flour 28s 9d. Corn 40s. Barley 4s Gd. Oats 3s Gd.— Provisions unchanged; Porlt 76s. Beef 124sGd. Ba con 39s. Cheese Gns. Lard 50s. Produce dull. Spirits Petroleum lid. Common Rosin 8s 9d. lte flned Petroleum Is Gd. Spirits Turpentine at .’17s 3d. Clover Seed 51s. Ashes—Pots 34s. Tallow 44s Gd. Linseed Oil £39. London , April 1—2 P. M. United States 6-29 bonds declined } since opening, and are now quoted at 74J. Liverpool, April l—2 p. M. The Cotton market has become considerably more active, and the sales to-dav are likely to exceed the noon estimate by some 3000 bales. New Orleans Markets. New Orleans, April 1. Cotton—active and firmer: sales 6,600 bales; Low Mhliiling at 20} @ 29c; receipt!. 4,574 bales; exports, 601 bales. Sugar and Molasses unchanged. Exchange Sterling «!*4aj; Exchange on New York } 9 ( prs PWi - —.—ua* T ' IF.. T _ . . ,:TZIJi t'kirait* Markets. Chicago, April 1. Flour quiet but firm at Saturday’s prices. No. 2 Wheat is excited under a large speculative Inquiry, and advanced 7 @ 8c; sales at 2 19* (§) 2 24, closing at the outside rate; No. 1 Spring advanced 2c; sales at 2 57. Corn advanced 2c. with a large speculative in quiry; sales at 93*c for No. 1 and 86c for No. 2. Oats active and advanced 2c; sales at 46* for No. 2. Kye firm and advanced *c; sales at 131. Barley moder ately active; sales at 80 (*£ 90c in store. Provisions — little movement; Mess pork held at 22 75 @ 23 00, but bu\ ers offer 22 50; short rib middles 10*c. Loose sweet pickled Haius 8je. Packed Lard nominal; sales at 12 34 (a) 13 00. Dressed Hogs 8 75. Live Hogs dull and prices unchanged. Receipts—7,500 bbls. flour, 11,000 centals wheat, 17.000 centals coni, 10,000 centals oats, 400 hogs. Slilpiuents—4,500 bbls. flour, 11,000 centals corn, 15.000 centals oats. C incinnati Markets. Cincinnati, April 1. Flour unchanged but firm, with a good local de mand. Wheat scarce, with but little ottering, and demand light and prices unchanged. Corn in good demand, with supply light; sales at 74 @ 75c for shelled iu bulk, and 88 @ 89e In sacks, the latter price for White. Oats 55 (g) 57c for No. 1 in bulk or eleva tor, and 57^ in casks. Rye scarce; sales at 1 50. Bar ley quiet. Whiskey dull and uominal; sales at 2 26. Provisions firm. Mess Pork 22 75(0. 23 00. Bulk Meats 8 (^ 11 @ 12c. Bacon—9*, ll*. 12 @12* for shoulders, sides, clear rib and clear sides. Hams—13* for plain and 15c for sugar cured. Lard 12* @ 13c. Groceries steady. Butter firm; sales at 30 fa)*33c for fresh. Eggs 17 @ 18c. Cheese firm at 17 @ 17*c. Exchange steady at 1-10 premium. Money closed at 10 @ 12 per cent. Havana market. Havana, March 27-11.30 A. M. Sugars—market firmer; No. 12,6J @ 7 reals. Ex fifluer: United States currency, 60 days. 26 (a) 28 discount. Gold 1* @ 2 discount. Disposable ton nage scarce- rates will improve. Molausea-stockre duced; holders ask C* for Muscovado. Lard flat; 15* <£1G for tierces. Hay in demand at $6. Lumber White Pine—market completely bare. Box Shooks at 7* @8*. Hoops dull and nominal. Hhd Shooks unchanged. Potatoes—arrivals heavy; Quo tations improved 2^ @ 2|. York Stock market. _ New Yoke, April l. Stocks—dull and heavy. American Gold...134* U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1862.1094 U.S. Five-Twenties, coupons,1864.107j U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1865,.1054 U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons new issue.107* U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons.98 U. S. Seven-Thirties, 1st series...106 U. S. Seven-Thirties, 2d series.106| U. S. Seven-Thirties, 3d series...105 Western Union Telegraph.41 New York Central,. 105 gMgjnfc* ....:r.:::io2 Michigan Southern.73 Illinois Central,.113 Cleveland & Toledo.120* @ 121 Cleveland & Pittsburg.70 Chicago <& Rock Island,. 92J Boston Stock List. Sales at the Brokers' Board, April 1. \merican Gold.. 134 United States Coupons. March. 1334 UuiiediStaiea Coupon Sixes, 1881. 109* United States 7 3-10tbs, 1st series. 1054 “ 2d scries. 1U5| “ 3d series. 195* United State* 5-20.*, 1862 . 1084 “ 1864 . 107* “ I860. 1084 rT ’* July, 1865. 107* United States Ten-torties. 97* Rutland 1st Mortgage Bonds. 125 Eastern Railroad. 108 Portland, Saco & Portsmouth Railroad. 101) Afau de MaGkolja.—The prettiest thing, the ‘‘sweetest tiling," ami the most of it for the least money. It overcomes the odor of perspiration; soft ens and adds delicacy to the skin; is a delightful per fuine; allays headache and intlamation, and is a nec essary companion in the sick room, in the nursery and liiion the toilet sideboard. It can be obtained everywhere at one dollar per bottle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. S. J\—1860.—X.—The amount of Plantation Bit ters sold in one year is something startling. They would till Broadway six leet high irom the Park to 4lli street. Drake’s manufactory is one of the insti tutions in New York. It is said that Drake painted all the rocks in the Eastern Slates with his cabalistic “S. T.—1800—X.and then got the old granny legis lators to pass a law “preventing disfiguring the lace ol nature,” which gave him a monopoly. We do not knowhow this is, but wo do know that Plantation Bi tiers sell as no other article ever did. They are used by all classes of the community, :unl are death on Dyspepsia—certain. They are very invigorating when languid and week, and a great appetizer.’* Sarato a pring Water, sold by all Druggists. “In lifting the kettle flom the fire I scalded mysel very severely—one hand almost to a crisp. The tor ture was unbearable. * * * The Mexican Mus tang Liniment relieved the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly and left very little scar. C'has. Post Elf, 420 Broad street, Philadelphia.** This is merely a sample of what the Mustang Lini ment will do. It is invaluabe in all cases of wounds, spellings, sprains, cuts, bruises, spavins, etc., either uj*on man or beast. Beware of counterfeits. None is genuine unless wrapped in the stecl-plato engravings, bearing the signature of G. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and the pri vate stamp of Demis Baunks & Co, New York. Saratoga Spring W ater, sold by all Druggists All who value a valuable head of hair, and its pres ervation from premature baldness and turning grey will not fail to use Lyon’s celebrated Katharion. It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy, eradicates dand ruif, and causes the hair to gTow with luxuriant beauty. It is sold everywhere. E. Thomas Lyon, Chemist, N. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by ail Druggists. What Did It? A young lady returning to hei country home after a sojourn of a tow months in New York, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of a r ustic hushed lace, she had a soft ruby complex ion of almost marble smoothness, aud instead of 23, she really appeared but 17. She told them plainly she used Aagan's Magnolia Balm, and would not be without it. Any lady can improve her appearance very much by using this article. It can be ordered of any druggist lor 6# cents Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. Ileimstreet’s inimitable Hair Coloring has been steadily growing in favor lor over twenty years. It acts upon the absorbents at the roots of the hair, and changes to its original color by degrees. All instan taneous dyes deaden and injure tho hair. Heim strocts is not m dye but is certlin in its resufts, pro motes its growth, and is a beautiful Hair Dressing. Price 60 cents and $1.00. Sold by all dealers. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. 1/yon’s Extract of Pure Jamaica Ginger— for Indigestion, Nausea, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Cholera Morbus, &c., where a warming, genial stim ulant is required. Its careful preparation and entire purity makes it a cheap and reliable article for culi nary purposes. Sold everywhere at 60cents per bot tle. Saratoga Spring Water, n PIONEER LADIES, USE THIS AND NO OTHEK, And with your PASTItY you will have no bother; I At every grocers you can get it. Try a box an*l you will ne’er regret it. This Yeast Powder is used by all first-class Ho tels and Res an rams throughout the country, and is finding its way into every household where good Yeast Powder is appreciated. Samples Free. Every box warranted to give satisfaction or money refund ed. Manufactured by TAYLOR <& YOUNG, 186 Front Street, N. Y. * ! CHURGHELL, HUNT & MELCHER, 87 Commercial St. D. B. RICKER & CO., 185 Fore Street, mar23eodlm* Agents tor Maine. Railroad and Steamboat Supplies. No. 33 Commercial SI., Portland, Hie. ADAMS & DECOSTER. MR. ADAMS has been long known as a nractical railroad m wager and mechanical engine* r, and lias had a long experience m the construction of steam engines ana machinery. Parties looking for steam engines and steam pumps, or machinery ot any kind, would do well to get the advice and purchase Uf Messrs. ADAMS & DECOS TER, who act as agents for the various builders. Mar 30eod3w* Black Diamonds S OKA TONS DIAMOND COAL; egg and stove sizes, now lauding from sch’r A. A. Andrews. This Coal is free-burning, pure and what is wanted for spring and summer use for cook stoves and ranges, of light-drnl’t 362 tons JOHNS’ COAL; stove, egg and broken sizes, landing from Sob. Z. L. Adams. This Coal is hard, and one of best grades for good drafts. CUMBERLAND COAL for Smiths* use, as usual. JAMES H. BAKER, Mar. 29, 1867. dtf Richardson’s Whf. TTI7HISKERS and \V MUSTACHES forced to grow upon the smoothest lace in from three to five weeks by us ing J>r. SKVIGNE/S RESTAURATEUR OA EIELAIRE, the most1 wT wonaenul discovery in modern science, acting upon tlie Heard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It lias been used by tbe elite of Haris and London with the most flatter ing succors. Names of all purchasers will be regis tered, and it entire sati: faction is not given In every Instance, tbe money will be cheerfully refunded. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, $1. Descriptive circulars and testimoiuals mai'ed free. Address DEBOER, SUUTTS & CO., Chemists, No. 28". River Street, Troy, N. V., Sole Agents lor the United States. mar 27—ly BEAUTY. — Auburn. Golden, Flaxen and Silken CURLS, produced by the use ol Prof Df. IJRKUX’8 FR1SEK LE ICHEVEUX. Oneappli ' cation warranted to curl \ the most straight and stubborn hair or either sex into wavy nngieis, or ln-nvy massive curls. Has been used by the fashion al.l s of Paris and London, with the urnst gratifying results. 1 (oes no injury to tho hair. Price bv mail, sealed anl postpaid, $1. Descriptive Circulars mailed free. Address BERGER, NIHJTTS & CO., Chemists, So. ton itiver St., Troy, N. Y.,tSole Agents lor tho United Slates. mar 27-d*wly E.~C. BURT’S ]Vew York Goods I Constantly ou hand and for sale by T. CURTIS & CO., 02 Milk St., Boston, The'only authorized Agents for the sale ol these Goods in New England. T. O. & CO., Also manuthetnre the finest quali ties ot . _ Cleats’ Hewed and Pegged Calf Boots and Shoes t OF EVERY VARIETY, Mart—T, T * S4w* MIStULLASEOlIlf, Bliudiiess, Deafness, -AND Catarrh S During dr. carpkntrrh, iatc visit to Foriland which dosed Feb. 1st, so great a number of jiorsons deferred consulting bun until tlie latter part ol his stay, that many were unable to do so, Ins time being luily oecupied. To accommodate those and others desirous ofeousnlting him ho Relumed lo Portland March 1st, And can bet eonoulled at the U. §, Hotel | Until April 14th, upon all diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat — AND — C.l T.lllllll, As usual. And he would advise those intending to avail themselves ot his services to call early as con venient. Dr. C. can refer to many patients iu Portland and vicinity, who have been cured or benetitted under his treatment, who do uot wish their names made public, but are willing to converse with those interested. Uf^Coiisultaiion at office Fiosk, but letters must contain one dollar to ensure an answer. Office hours, Sunday excepted, 9 to 12,2 to 5, and 6$ to 7$ o’clock. CERTIFICATES. Testimonial of A. K. Gneuougk, Big, I was afflicted with Catarrh so badly that I had a continual pain in my head, eyes very weak, was test loosing my memory, head was so conlusod that I was totally unlit for business and general health fhst fail ing. I applied to Dr. Carpenter in 1866 and his rern ethos cured me. I am a well man. A. K. GREENOUGH, Proprietor of National House, Bangor, Me. Certificate of Capt. Skua of Portland. Portland, Jan. 3,1867. I suffered from dealness eight years. Was under treatment at the Ear Infirmaries of Boston, New York and Philadelphia, without receiving benefit; but knowing of cases worse than mine, that Dr. Car penter cured, 1 was induced to apply to him. On ex amination the Dr. was not sure he could cure me, but would do the best he could. A course of Mb treatment has restored me to my natural hearing. Any person desiring to see me can do so on board of bark “ 1 -aac Carver,” Union Wharf, Portland. ALONZO L. SH UTE. Dr. Camenter, Dear Sir,—Learning yon are in Portland, 1 write for the purpose of informing vou that the hearing of my son, Leroy Z. Collins,'re mains perfectly good. Yon will remember that in March 1865, you relieved him of dealness of fifteen years’ standing, which had increased to that extent that he was obliged to leave his studies and went to a trade. He is now at the Theological Seminary, Bangor, where lie has resumed his studies, which, without your assistance, he never could have done May vt n livo long, prosper in your profession, and es pecially cause the deal to liuar, is the desire of Yours, very gratefully, Z. COLLINS. Certificate of Mr. A.ii. Blum, Portland. This may certify that Dr. Carpenter, now at the United States Hotel, lias cared me ot deafness and discharges of the head of 17 years’ standing. I had been doctored by many eminent physicians without relief. Any person interested can see me at Messrs. Blunt & Foss,’ Middle Street. _ , , „ A. G. BLUNT. Portland, Me., Jan. 14.1867. Hundreds of Certificates received in tMs State can be seen at the Dr’s Office. febatdtf BOO T~S - AND - S II O S! W. C. MONTGOMERY, Bead the List of PHces: Men’s Rubber Over Shoes, 75 cts. Women’s “ “ “ 50 “ Misses’ “ “ “ 4© ‘ Children’s “ “ “ 25 “ Al.ii KINDS OF BOOTS AND SHOES -AT THE - LOWEST PRICES I W. r. nONTGOiHGRV, No. 4 Casco Street, two doors from Congress. March 25, 1867. dtf _ Fort la .vn Fire Alarm Telegraph. Direction* and inntruetion* for the u«c of the Fire Alarm Telegraph. 1ST. Alarms are sounded by striking the uumber of the Box upon the ALARM BELLS, and upon the Gong* 'n the Engine Houses. Example: To annouucu the existence of a Are 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 of Telegraphic Fire Alarm Boxes. No. 12. Portland Co.’s Office. 13. Kngiue House. Congress St., Mupjoy. 14. Cor. Washington and Oxford. 15. “ Adams and Mounttort. 16. Grand Trunk Depot. 17. Oor. Congress and India. 13. “ Franklin and Cumberland. 21. “ Franklin and Newbury. 23. “ Market and Commercial. 24. Engine House, cor. Market and Congress. 25. Cor. Middle and Exchange. 26. “ Chestnut and Ox lord. 27. “ Union and Fore. 31. “ Preble and Con res*. 32. “ Portland and Hanover. 34. f* South and Spring. 35. ** Maple and Commercial.* 36. “ High and Danlortb. 37. Engine House, Congress near Oak St. 41. Cor. State and spring. 42. Danforth and Brackett. 43. “ Commercial and Clark. 45. Engine House. Brackett near Pine St. 46. Cor. Spring and Emerv. 51. ** Brackett and Vaughan. •Box No. 35 will be temporarily located corner Ma ple and York Streets. Directions to those holding Signal Keys: 1st. In ease of fire the alarm is to be given from the Box nearest to the location of the fit c. and from no other Box. 2n i. Open the door and pull the knob down gentlv to the bottom ot the grove once and then lei go ol it, when it will return to its place. ES^Persons about to give an alarm will first listen and it a ticking is heard in the Box thev will know that an alarum ha^ 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 firemen to the fire. 4th. The police upon hearing the alarm wil» call the number of the Box. CAUTIONS* 1. Be sure there is a fire before sounding the alarm. 2. Never sound the alarm tor a fire seen at a dis tance. 3. Never open the box or touch the apparatus ex cept In case of fire. 4. Be sure your box is locked boibre leaving it. E. Never let the key ao out of your ^possession, unless cadod for by the Chief Engineer. 6. It you remove from your house or j lace of business, return the key to the Chief Eng neer. Vo not leave it with the new tenant. The Bells on the several Churches will sound a general alarm as usual uu.il arrangements are per fected to have the telegraph wires attached to such Bells as may be designated for that purpose. The location of the lire will be given on Bulletin ' Boards at the several Engine Houses and at the Po lice Office. FRANKLIN C. MOODY, _ , , Chief Engineer. Portland, March, 1807. mar26dtf C BO V JP1 CKO UP! DR. HOOKER’S Cough and Croup Syrup C U It u s CROUP, COUGHS FROM COLDS, Hoarseness, Catarrhal Oouahs, COUGHS FROM HUMORS AND BRONCHIAL COUGHS, and gives speedy relief in Whooping Coughs, and Asthma, and often cures the latter, and invariably shortens the run ot the former. t37*"Children are liable to be attacked with Croup without a moment’s warning. It is, therefore, im portant that every family should have constantly at hand some simple and pleasant, yet efficacious rem edy lor the cure of this painful and too often fatal disease. Such a remedy is I*r. Hooker’** Cough and Croup Syrup. For sale by all Druggists. C. 1). LEFT, Proprietor, Springfield, Mass. Demos Barnes & Co 21 Park How, New York, will also supply the Trade at List Prices. Mar27eowly A On'ave Charge. THE clown ot Skill & Gaylor’s Minstrels, when asked “whofirst introduced gambling into this country,” answered, “California Cheap John.”— Whether this is ti ue or not it does not matter; but one thing is certain, that California Cheap John was the first to introduce into this city Good t'loth ing) Gcut’a Furnishing Goods, Hate and Boots at unusually low juices. Call and see him. Remember the number, 335 Congress Street. March 27. dtf__ For Sale. "PIVE afreet Sprinkling Tube, Pump, and Power

for pumping water. Inquire of J. C. BARKER, , . „. 131 Commercial Street. Portland, April 1, u«7. apUtf wamtkju. Wanted, AVOUNG lady between the ae« nr ic „„ . ™ „ good vocalsinger; one wl,0 *fu rfa'v on^nV strument preferred, to travel with aenmuanv J1.2 "V the country. Address “ W. K.,’’ Po« {K.throusI* April 1. dlw* Venice. Wanted TO hire, a small house, either furnished or other wise, tor a *diort or long time. Any one desirous of a first class tenant may address, with full puriicu lars, “ B.,M P.mt office Box 2123. April 1. dlw Hoard Wanted. Al.ADY and two daughters wish to engage board, tor the iUiuiuer. in some country town in Maine, York or vi< inity protorred. Address, with ittiliiu lars, G. It. L., Apl 1—3td3ww* Box 254, Uoxbury, Mass. A Si mat ion Wanted. BY a Ulan to travel to sell goods. A large trade already established. Is thoroughly acquainted with the Grocery and h’lour business, and can bring the very best of recommendations, lias hem trav elling lor the hist throe years. Address Box ItilT Portland Post Office. nmrSOdlw WET N1JK.SK WANTED— Address Box 982 Post Office, or apply at City Marshal’s other._ mar 2911 Rent Wanted. WANTED five or aix rooms within ten minutes' walk ol the Post Office, convenient for a small family. Address “ F. J. F. ” at the Press Office. March 26, 1867. d2w Chambers to Let. OVER W. W. Carr & Co.’s store, No. 3 Exchange near bore St., that will accommodate 150 work men ai shoemaking, tailoring, or many other kinds of business. For Sale. One lot of Land near the head of Wilmot street, tor sixty-five cents per foot; glsu.alot near head of Deer street, about 31 by 35 leet, tor *1200; also, a two story House and lot on M unjoy Hill lor *2500; also, one House and Lot on Merrill’s Court, chestnut street, that will let for $30o per y< ar; also, one house on Mountford street, with about Co00 leet °i 1? » “10fe or Ie98i IWs house belongs fo the estate of the laie Lemuel Tukey, and will he sold at a bar gain. lermseasy. Apply to mch4dlm W. W. CARR & CO. Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flour Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO., novl3dti 139 Commercial street. Wanted Immediately —AT THE— New Employment Office ! JVo 229 1-2 Congress St, 3d Door Won of City Building (up glairs.) (^IIRLS capable of doing all kinds of house-work, J to whom good situations will be given. Also LABORERS for various kinds of work, and CLERKS for every kind of business. JsJT* We are able at all times to supply parties in any part of the State with GOOD RELIABLE HELP, I either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors. Farmers and others will be supplied with Men and Boys tor all kinds ol em ployment Free of Charge. Don’t forget the num ber, 229$ Congress Street, next to City Building, Port land, Me. COURLAV dfc III: WITT, Feb 22—dtf Proprietors. Flour Barrels Wanted! ON and after January 2d, 1867, we shall resume the purchase ot h'lour Brls. for CASH, at the Office ot the Portland Sugar Co., 37 1.3 Duuforib U., Feb8dtf J. B. BROWN & SONS. Wanted Daily ! ! AT The General Agency and Employment Office Nu. dil 1.3 t'oimm Mtrwl. All per sons wishing to secure good Girls lor any respecta ble employment, will find them at this Office. Also please notice. We will send you men and boys for any work in city or country, free of charge. Hr“We want good American, Provincial, Irish and Colored Women and Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every day for all orts oi situations in this City and vicinity. Give us a call. COXA POWARS Portland, Me., Jan. 25, ’67. jan30 dtf Bookkeeper. WANTED by a young man of practical experi ence, and who can bring the best of city refer ences, a situation as Bookkeeper or Salesman, where close attention to business will be appreciated. Apply to W. H. JEKRIS, marTdtf Under Lancaster Hall. Wanted. AN experienced Salesman in the retail Dry Goods business; one who can give good City referoin may bear of a permanent situation by addressin Box 1018 Portland Post Office, giving real name and references. marlfitt AGENTS WANTED FOR GEN, L. 0. BAKER’S History of the Secret Service The most exciting & interesting book ever published. fltHIS WORK was announced more than one year A ago, but owing to the attempts of the Govern ment to suppress it, its publication was delayed. It will now be issued, UNALTERED, AND UNA BRIDGED, UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF GENERAL BAKER. It contains a full and official expose of the intricate machinations of the secret en emies of the Union. For startling developments and thrilling adven tures this book eclipses the famous experience* of FOUCHE and VIDOCQ. The marvelous narratives of Gen. Baker are all attested by the highest official authority.. It will contain the only official account of the Assassina ion conspiracy. A full history of tins great, startling and terrible crime FROM ITS CON CEPTION. IN THE HAUNTS 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 ington. The morals of the National Capital aie thoroughly ventilated and there are some strange revelations concerning neads of deparments, members of Con gress, female pardon brokers, and distinguished mil itary characters. Send for Circulars and see our terms, and a full description of the work. Address JONES BROTHERS & CO., 507 Minor St., Philadelphia, Pa. marl4d&wlm Wanted. flour BARRELS, at Forest tHJ%V/UU City Sugar Ketinery, West Com mercial, near foot 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, 1501 Commercial, at coiner of Union Si. teb!2cUwtl T. C. HEBSEY _TO IIIT.__ To Let. QNE Brick Store, No. 40 Union street. Apply j»3dtt ST. .'OHN SMITH. To Let. STORE No. 2 Portland Pier. Enquire of MATHEWS & THOMAS, mar27dlm 59 Commercial Street. To Let THE three storied Brick Store 204 Fore, tootol Plum Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, febl6dtf Plum Street. For Rent. OFFICES in tbe third story ot buliding on corner of Exchange and Milk Streets. Enquire at of fice of OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Feb. 25. tf Exchange Street. To Let. THE Chamber (2d story) over E. T. Elden & Co’s, Free Street Block, suitable for Jobbing or Wholesale Business. Inquire of T. J. LITTLE, 79 Commercial street. RT*Key can be found at E. T. Elden & Co’s Mar 2—dtf To Let, ROOMS in second and third story Griffith Block, No. 21J Free Street. 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. THE Store on the lower side of Commercial Street, now occupied by Donnell & Greely. Possession given April 1st. Enquire of MATHEWS & THOMAS, mar2Gdlm 59 Com ui ercial S trect. 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. If ap plied for now they can be fitted up to suit the appli cants. Apply to NATH’L F. DEERING, No 19 Free Street. Mar 18. marl9d3w To be Let, ROOMS over H. H. HAY’S Apothecary Store, suit able for an office, demist, or any light business. Enquire of JORDAN & RANDALL. 145 Middle Street, Evans Block. March 21. dtf „_mi_ . . ;jry LOST AND FOUND. Wanted. Hemlock and Pine Timber. T/pa /\ Lineal feet 14x14 Hemlock and 750 1ZOU lineal feet 12x12 Pine Timber. ». T. CHA8K. March 9—S,T&Ttf Lost. OK Saturday last, near the toot of Exchange street, a Diary containing discharge papers, and the card of Anderson & Wescott. The finder will be suit ably rewarded by leaving it at the shop of Anderson CC Wescott, Union Whari. aprld3t* plaster, Plaster. -fl /"k/r'k TONS pure ground Plaster, for sale at the JLv/V/ lowest market price by Kendall & Whitney, roariXld?111 Market Hall, Portland. For Sale. AN Office Safe ot JohnE. Wilder’s manufacture, suitable for KaUroad, Mauulorturers’ or Hank ing purposes, measuring 5 feet 3 in. in height, 4 feet width. II l’eet 3^ in. deep, with interior sale and draw ers. For sale by C. A. & A. BLANOllAKD, 105 State Street, Boston, Mass. leblfi dtt Notice. THK lira* meeting or the Corporators oftlie "Eagle Sugar Relinery," will be held at the otnee ot said Refinery, on Fore Street, on Saturday, the 6tb day ol'April next, at 3 o’clock E. M., for tlie purisne of organization. JOHN SEARROW, JOHN LYNCH PKLEG BARKER, March 23,1867. dtd Corporators. HECKER’S Celebrated Self-Rising Backwkeal. Hecker’s Celebrated Whealen Groats. Hecker’s Celebrated Hominy and Farina For sale by M. L. WEEKS. jnar2Wtf HEAL EftTAVK. House for Sale AVERY desirable Cottage containing •> rooms a brick cistern of liltered water. House in thor ough repair and near y new. Pos-essioa given t;rst of May. For particulars enquire on the promise 2tl MvrlJe street. Alar 30tf Allis. S. W. BISHOP. To l.et. ONE'Store and three spacious Chambers in 1'air Iwmr*.-Block, Middlestreet. Oncol the best lo cations in the city. Apply to DAVID KEA55FE, uurMd'JwiH or E. A. Ni >lc luN. I'u-st Class Haase for Sal<% A l, “,Vl! vTVll,KU IIOITSK on Park SI., all other „md'„'u,"ol“s-ll0f «'»• «'>'•* water, ami ready to C". " ™""* A hotly is now ask.d. App vto 1 ; 1‘E‘I ""«• on Ibepriro Alar .at--:;w W. H. .1 i'HIi 1.1. *'or Sulr. rilliE sMjs iaor fast naUim- i.„ I OKAY," built i„ xovalrou- •l r'" ' ASHE register, length 00: ti et I,--,, i,1,3 . Ix0i, i.tl lon. leel, is vi•peered and copper lfct* 1 rouiid in sail- and rigging. um uors ‘a , " e,i J In- vessel was built expressly l.,t f', business, and is d o well adapted to the l’e,ei t " a Wllbe said ehea,.. For In. lb. r ,,,, j, fr, ani i" to OKU. H. STAKlt l y Iso. 7 Central Whart Portland, March 2!», 18*;7. IWIrTO lw liuil<lin&* for Sale. 1>1IK Building on Market street, 2d door Irom Con gross street., now used as a gtw fitting shop, is tor sale. It is a got>d location tor mechanical business,or lor a trader, Price $500. Apply to mar20dlw* WM. II. JEItRIS. Now House for Sale, On India street, third house from Congress, Kjjjl contains eleven rooms, besides the attics. This Jaathouiie is very pleasantly located and very een veuieutlv arranged lor one or two families. Apply to WM. H. JEKRIS, mar'sdlf - Real Estate Agent. FOR SALES A **®*y »i«l a half House, with seven linish ed rooms, and Stable attached; good hard and jWlutotL water. Rot 40 by 86. Pleasantly locateil on Montical street street. Apply to mr26dlw* T. BURGESS, 50 Montreal street. for Sale or Lease. T*‘K M’iw Tfot 1,1 Band on the corner of Federal, A T emple 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 oi .JOHN C. PROCTER Portland, Alar 28—d3w 63 Middle street. FOR SALE! M A Desirable Square llrieh Haase, on Spring street, between High and Park streets, with modern improvements, heated through. out t.y steam—piped for gas with gas fixtures, a good stable-abundance of bard anil soil water in the house, with about 10,000 ieet of land iuquire of JOHN c. PROCTER. inar2-S-d3\v House for Sale. A TWO story house on Salem Street, containing lui mV "e xvtu Vs’ coij’flliof,t lor two lamilirs. Eot W by 100. Will lie sold low li applied in, immediately — „ „ W. H. .TERRIS, mar.7iI3w* Opposite Preble House. House Up-Town For Sale. ^ tv.-Q-story W oAilpii llon^c, containing tT1-1, V€l room*. comcnied cellar, Cistern, Furnace, Gas i intouGHocT, aiufwitii ill the modern improvements. For partic ulars inquire at No. 1.‘ft C'nrliou Mlrret, Or of Dr. COLBY, Press Counting Room. Portland, Mar 22, 1867.—<l2w Ilous«? for Sale. ON the corner of Oxford and Myrtle Sts. It is two stories with a basement, with ten finished rt>oms, hi good repair; wetland cistern water, fttr nace and gap. Enquire at No 101 Ox lord st. mr22tf Desiiiible Stoic B.ois FOR SALE, IV CONAIRBCIAR STREET. rpiIE subscribers oiler tor sale the lot of land on 1 the southerly side ot Commercial street, head ot Dana’s W hart, measuring 72 by 150 feet. For fur ther particular* inquire JONAS H. VEKREV. Pc* 18 _or W. S. DANA, House lor Sale. A flood House two stories, Stable attached, hard and soil water, good iot centrally located—con venient for two minifies, if desirable. Inquire at 13 Hanover or ISA A'ore Mr., t , „ J- A. FENDERSON. Jan. 24,1867. dtf T^y O IJK EC. i will sell on favorable terms as to J.1 payment, or let for a t rm of year . the lots on the corner of Middle ami Franklin streets, and on Franklin street, including 1 ho corner of Franklin and l oro blic ib. Apply to WA1. lilLULAkil>, Bangor, or SMI I'11 & UlJEIf Attorneys, Portland, jyljftt Valuable Hotel I*roi>erty for Sale. fpHE Oxford House, pleasantly situated in the vil I. lage oi Frye burg, Oxford county, Maine, is ot tered for sale at a bargain, if applied tor soon. The House is large, in good repair, with furniture and fixtures throughout, together with ail necessary outbuildings. For full particulars inquire of HORATIO BOOTIIEY, „ Proprietor. Oi Hanson & Dow, 51} Union st. Fryelnirg, SepR 29, Am#. dtf Valuable Real Estate for Sale. rniiE fine estate comer Brackett ai;d Walkei Sts. I. The lot contains over 2t>,(XH) square leer. Title perfect and terms favorable. Apply to W. tl. JEUltiS, maTl dtf _ _Real Estate Agent. For Sale. rpiTE fine lot of Land on Spring, near High street JL known as the Boyd lot, containing about 10.000 teet; also about :;0(),000 Brick and 2«J ja ivli &f Stone. Said lot will be sold with or without the material. For further particulars enquire of JU1IN C. TOL FORf), or CHARTRES SAGER. mchlldti Farms lor Sale. Three Fnrni'i in York County are oti red for sain by the subacu te r. They are located as follows: One in \\ alerboro9. One iea l.yiunu. One in Bveiftuebuiikporl. These harms will be sold low, or exchanged ou favorable terms for Real Estate in PorlLuul, Saco, or Biddeford. Apply lor particulars at office 293 Commercial St., , or at office in Saco. mar22d3\v_ JOSEPH HOBSON. House ami Lbt for Sale Very Low. HOUSE new, containing seven rooms, will be sold for $J.100, if applied tor immediately. aju^u: Lots for sale at prices iroin one cent to *2 per tt>ot. Enquire of JOSEPH HEED, Keal Estate Agent. Oak St. mar Congress. mar8dtf Brick House for Salt*. ON Brow'n Street. con tuning Fourteen finish ed Rooms, hard and soft water, gas and oilier modern improvements. Possession Tven April 1. Apply to D. li. Ingraham, Esq., or W. H. JERRIS, m&rCdlf Real Estate Agent. 1 Lot lor Sale. THE lot on the northerly side of Peering Street, adjoining the residence of Gen. J. D. Fessenden. Said lot is sixty-two feet front and one hundred leet in depth. Apply to d. C. PROCTER, marled tf Real Estate Agent, Middle St. For Sale. _ A FARM IN WELLS, MAINE. Estate of the late Samuel Hatch. contains about uu acres, 40 to 5o oi good wood land and pasture, good 1 24 story House with L., 1 rge Barn, Sheds, &c. The Farm is located at Wells Corner on main road; churches aud schools near, and in the immediate vicinity of the well known dimmer re sort, Wells Beach ; will be sold low and on easy terms to close up the estate. Those wishing to tee tlic Farm can apply to SAMUEL ELD RJ DCF, near the premises. For terms, &c., inquire ot GEORGE R. HIGHBORN & CO., No. 1 Scollay'a Bud dug, or address Box 114 P. O. Boston, Mass. mari6d1m House lor Sale. THE convenient double house corner ol South and Spring Street*. Each tenement contains nine finished rooms, ami may he sold separately. Fm further particulars, renqu’re of the subscriber on the premises, No. 13 Spring Street. MRS. J. S. EATON. Mar. h IP. fSf.7. maiMtf Home aud Lot for Sale, QTTUAtED hi Westbrook, near the end of Tu keys Bridge. A story and a half house, with 6,600 lcet of land, shade and truit trees. House con tains eight, rooms, will* large attics, and has stable room for one hors.* and carriages,connected. It is lo cated on the corn r of Winslow Street and the road leading to the Marine Hospital. Price $2,000. Ap ply to L. A. BACH ELDER. (King. Tliurlow & Co.) 103 Commercial St. March20. 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, fences all stone wall, young orchard, 76 trees grafted fruit. Pleasantly located. School and Church within $ mile. For terms, &c., apply on the premises or to E. C. ROBINSON, mcli20—tt 13 Moulton Street. Oreatl Follegriate Institute* » For Young Ladies * irorcester* Mass T>UILDINGS repaired and re:uinished. Now in J-> the most fimerb King condition it has been since its establishment in 184«. Summer Term begins April 12. Send for Circular. HARRIS It. GREENE, A. M., Principal. MISS S. B. PACKARD, Asso. Principal. mat Pal 1m Notice. IT is agreed by the undersigned Stable Keepers ot Portland, Uut. on and after April 1st. 18F7, that the price of hoi sc board will be ytiiicrwcek, with one carriage. Chailes Sager, William A. Fenley, Libby *V X>ov<, J, W. Robinson, l>avid Avernl *Sr Co., Smith & Lurnhain, Samuel Jlazeltun, John Tobin, Jclui It van, Isaiah Jones. H. L. Taylor & Co., George Ro*o. March 28. dlw* I'l./.vo- f'o/# Ti:. TNSTRUCT10V GIVEN on the PIANO-FORTE A. by Miss AGNES M. LORD, LiJ Uongiess street. Alnr j0a2m Portland Coiumandery K. t. VTTILL hold a Special Meeting at Mechanics Hull. * ' • T«ic**«lay l.vniiiiD next, April 2, at half-pant mo veil o’clock. Work lv. T. Per order o( the E. t ommnnder, IK A BFIiKY, licenrder. Portland, M.tivh 2t». 1863. n. .. • <>—,:t \ POCKET TliUEKEEPER sent tree to xa. every new subscriber to tlie Tempt ranee Journ al. Terms FIFTY < ENTS per year. The 1 ime keeper indicates solar time with frreater accuracy than the most expensive Hold or silver watch, fck-iit by mail, post paid, on receipt of subscription. Address 'I'KMfERANCE JOPKNAL, Troy, b, \ . March 28. d 1 w * DR. EldZ lBCrH «• ADAHIS, of Tape Elizabeth, (formerly Rlrs. <’]iaraberlin,oJ Port land). Consultation /et c at her office ai J. IJ. Teiu 1»le & Co.’s st. re, corner Con^re^s and Pearl Streets, ’ortland, every W’ednesday. Kelly’s celebrated Medicines to be had at lierolnce and residence March 25. 03m. SMOKED TONGUES, BACON and HAMS, of a superior qualily, for sale by ’ 1 a J. 1,. WEEKS. £\( t TUBS Prime Canada and Vermont Butler, just received and tor sale by mr**f j. E. WEEKS; 72 & 74 Fore st, ENTE1ITAIN M10 NTs. PORTLAND THEATRE. I.e.errs \ IVoiirirlurx, Smith,IIail ley A Co Sl'AtlK DllUKTUU, - - W. E. SlIiailbAN. The . ... W. Hadley. (•real Success of Utc New Company. Tuesday Ere a cay, April fid, J Htu^lass Jerroltl’s elt'eelivc .Iraiua rallnl 'i'MK k*;ht to AY I Wednesday Eveniay,. 1 pp. :td. Tom Tfi vlor’s highly succeaeiul play entitled SiilB Waters 3?ssea Ot-cp WfF'To evn. lu.le each evening with a Favorite Vane. GRAND PERFORMANCE ON THURSDAY AF TERNOON AND EVENING. SrataT-rr P*,‘'1FB--A',n'^si,.n tO rls. Ueserv.il ,l,H 7 C,H* tialb-ry itT* rt*». at a^narteruJe^ht. k* Ferforluante to commence f nnu 1?)AX M^to 5^'n‘laily for '“l® «*' reserved seals, Alai- 2s—,let U * ._ AST D AY ! Cirend Concert! — AND * PKOMENADE! - BY THE - ’ORCHESTRAL UNION. FIFTKS.K PCUFORilIKBH ! W. II. Chandler, . , . Conductor. Median ics’ Hall ! Thursday Evening, April 4, 1867. Tickets 50 cents each. Doors open at seven o clock, 'lo coiuiucnce at eight o’clock. np‘Jd3t •WVW \*JEU Sol H 1* 7 THE Sunday School of the Chestnut M. E. Church will celebrate its Anni\crwurv in the CHESTNUT STREET CHURCH, on the * Evening of Fast Dag, April 4th. Tho entertainment will consist of Siiiffing, (Solos and Choruses] Recitaiions, Dialogues, &e. And many of the choruses will bo suup bv the full School, numbering 415 members. A GOOD TIME IS PROMISED. Doors open at seven o’clock. Exercises will begin at half past sev fn. Admission i?5 cts. Children under twelve, 15 centi». Tic kets to be bad at Bailey & Noyes’ and at the door. - apr*13t Excelsior, Excelsi or 1 (JH A STKLiAli’S Hair Exterminator ! For liemoi'ing Superfluous Hair! To tli.* 1»U«8 psji, dully, tills ioralnaMc (iopilitorv recommends itseli ns being un almost indispensable article to female beauty, is easily applied. <loc*» not burn or injure the skin, but acts directly ou the roots. It w warranted to remove suj*crlluuus hair tiorn low lorebends, or from any part ol the body, completely,totally and radically extirpating the rune, leaving the skin soft, smooth and natural. This is the only article use*I by the French, and ia the only real cilcctual depilatory in cxisteiice. Price 75 cents l*er package, sent post-paid,to any :id<lrcHtt,on receipt of ail order, by BERGER, SHUTTS & C0~ Chemists, mr28d*wly River street, Troy, N. Y. 1< ppo to Kveiybod^. A Largo 6 pp. Circular, giving information of the greatest iin]>orfance to the young of both sexes. It fetches how the homely may become beautiful, the despised respected, and the forsaken loved. No young lady or gentleman should tall to send their address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return uuiil. Address P. O. Drawer 21, Hir23fl&wly__ Troy, N, Y. ASTROLOGY. The U orld Astonished AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST, Madame If. A. PE HI GO. She reveals secrets uo mortal ever knew. She re stores to happiness those who from doleful events, catastrophes, erosses in love, loss ol money, Ac., liave become despondent. Nhe brines together Ibnse *onK separated, gives information cone min- absent tmi:uds or lovers, restores tost or stolen property,tells you the business you m-e hem qnidd'.ed to pursue and tn wliat yon will be moot successful, causes speedy marriages and tells you Ihe very day you will marry, jjives you the name, likum-ss and characteristics ol the person. She reails your very thoughts, and bv her almoet supernatural powers uuv, ils tlic dark anil bidden mystericsot the future. From the stars we see in the tirmaiucnt—Die uutleiic stars i hat ovcrcouie or predominate in the configuration—from llio aspects and pnsitiODs of the planets anil the tired stars in the heavens at the timo ot birth, she deduces the fu ture destiny of man. Fail not to consult the grcaies* Astrolngiai on earth. It costs you but a triile, and I you may never again liave so favorable an opportun ity. Consultation fee, with likeness and all desired Information, $1. Fmties living at a distance cau consnlt the Madame by mail with equal safety and satisfaction to tlicms Ives, as If in person. A full and explicit chart, written ont, with all irquiriesauswer ed and likouess cuclosod, seni by mail on receipt of price above mentioned. The strictest secresy will I* maintained, and atl correspondence returned or de stroyed. References ot the highest order furnished those desiiiug them. Write plainly the bay of the month and year in which y, u were born, enclosing a small lock ol liair. Address, M id.vme II. A. PEKRIUO. nfrS8d*wly P. O Di awer 293, buffalo N. T. There eomcth glad tidings of joy to all, To young and to old, to great and to small; The beauty which once rvae so precious and taro, Is tree for all, and ail may be fair. BY THE USE OF CH A ST E LI Alt’ S WHITE LIQUID For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion. The most valuable and perfe (preparation In use, for giving the skim a beautiful pearl-like tint, that is only found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallow - ness, Eruptions, aud all impurities of lire skin, kind ly healing the same leaving the skin white and clear as alabaster, ltsusccanuot bo detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the only article ol'the kind used by the French, .and is considered by the Paris ian as indispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwards ol 30,000 bottles were sold during the past year, a sufli oieut guarantee*)! ili efficacy. Trice only 75 __ Sent by mail post-paid, on receipt of an order, by BERGER, SHUTTS & CO , Chemists, mariOdiwly 585 River St, Troy, N. Y. Know Thy Destiny. Madame F. F. Thornton, the gr at Engli-h As trologisfc. Clairvoyant and Psychometrieian, who has astonished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now located herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame Thornton possesses such wondeitul powers of second T-ight, as to enable her to impart knowledge of the greatest importance w the idngleor married ol cither sex. While in a slate of (ranceyMi. delineate* the re:y features ol the person >ou are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of intense power, known as the I’sychomotrope, guarnn e •« to produce a life like picture ol the ;uture husband or wife of the aj - piicant, together with date of marriage, position in life, leading trails of character, &c. This isno hum bug. as thousands ol testimonials can as. ert. fehe will send when desired a certified certificate, or written guarantee, that the picture is what it pur ports to be. 1>3* enclosing a small lock of hair, and slating place of hirih, age, disposition and complex ion, and enclosing titty cents and stamped envelope, addressed to yourself, you will recebe the pionne and desired information hviriurn mail. All com munications s jcri-dty confidential. Addre s in con fidence, Madamk E. F. Tuoknton. P. O. Hox223, Hudson, N. Y. marllSd&wlv ( IMS I*I K COMA. t»lif she was beanliiul and fair, With slurry eve*, nnd radiant liair. Wboflc curling tendril* k.»u, entwined, Kncliuinc l the very bea.t and min i. emsPEit coma, For Curling the Hair of either Sox intv Wlvj and Glossy inn trials or Heavy Missive Curls. B. using this ariicls Ladle? and Gentlemen ran beautiiy themselves a thousand Md. It Is the only Mtielo in the world that will curl straight liair. anil al the same time give it a beautiful glossy apprar ance. The Crisper Cotua not only curls the hair, but invigorated, beautifies nnd cleanse* it; is highly and delightfully perfumed, nnd is the moat complete aril* <*le ol the kind ever otlcred to the American public. The Crinjier lloma wW he sent lo uny a(Mrca» sealed and iKiatjiaid lor $1. Add re a all orders to W. JL. CLAHK & CO, Chembtd, No. 3 West Fayette Street, SvkacCsS, N. Y. Mar28d<£wly _________ _ The nicest quality of white drips. For sale by mar2i*dtt *• WBKKBs ' 1 .. “ 1 Al tllWH HAJjiia. ■ioii\ cuoi Ki.1'1, Aaetiouerr and Appraiser, (Ottice with Evans & Bailey) luriio NO.S. 1&2 EKEEsatEET BLOCK. dtf - .\!h i. - Two K»**iwh Bruadtsl.<, oil-* “ • • Sale iNmiiive. April I. did **v K. o*. Mnu V., '*--TTc7m Slocks uf Auction. ( IN \YEl>NiMI>AYt Aprdit, at II oM..k A. M. x f at III.- Mil, haul . Exchange, corner ol Eoro unii Exchange Streets, will he sold Fifty Shares Portland Bolling Mills. Ten Shares AUivood Lc.nl Co. Killeen Shares in Portland Pier. Five Shares Eastern Packet Co. .. , JOHN It.lNLt, Assignee. March 27, 1807. did II. Al'VTIO.YEBK. u, S. cotton Sate!/ JOHN II. DKaPEII & CO. WILL SELL OX Thursday, ApHl 4th, 1867, at one o’clock P. M., at their Sales Hoorn, No. 112 Pearl Si., (Hanover Square,) bj order of Francis Kobiusou irec ial agent 1 reasury i.ep.rim 111, 1 GOO Dales North i arolina ami Ucor Ifia Cotton. The above cotton has been sampled and classed by (i. W. Aiuory, and may be seen by sample at the otllce o’ Ihe Auctioneers, No. 112 Pearl street, New ¥*»rk, twt» days before the sale. njar2f*ud E, IQ. f*ATTEN A' CO., A iit-iioiiccr*, PLUM STREET. AT AUCTION. ON FRIDAY, April 5Ui, at \ past 2 P. M, on the premises, will be sold the now two storied wood ®u dwelling No 7 Chatham si loot. The huu*e is con veniently arranged lot one or .w > families: iLe 2nd story un’iiiislie l; has seven rooms. .The lower story » an be finished at a small expense. The building is on leased land, to run five years, at a rent of fifty do Jars and tuxes. Building ean be examined any time Side positive and lor cash. April 2. dtd K. III. PATTEN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, OFFICE PLUM STREET. Special Auction Sale. OCR new store on Exchange .‘reel not being rom Idefed, wo shall hold one more and the last sale in our present quarters on Plum street Saturday April i> at 10 o’elK.when we shall s -11 «irtiont reserve 20 New Matti esses, 12 Feather lids, 20 Pr Blanket., white anil Colored Quilts, liamask Tow, Is, Crash, Linen Shirt, and lnuweis, Broad cloil,, Hosiery, i ats. Pants, Vests, Carpet will! a lot of remnant*. Ace. At tt oclock, 15 New Watches, Plated Cake Bas kets, Ice Pitchers, Table Catlerv, Arc. Also, oa amount ol Mr.-Chase ol Cumb. rland Mills, hill ol good, purchased by linn March 2d. April 2, K. iW. PATTEN CO., Auctioneer. PLUM STREET. Valuable Property in Westbrook at Auction. ON WEDNESDAY, loth ijav ol' April, at half pa.<r two P. M., (or if etormv first lair (lay,) yvUlho sold on toe premise, without the least rt sorve, the (oiowing dcscrltwd parcels oi Real Es tate m Westbrook, us follows, vu: Homestead situ alou ai Alien s co.iier, bo culled, containing about forty a res ol laud, with tiie buildings thereon, con 8 * iPr or' a good One and a had sfoi icd i arm j jouse, with Lutbulled, with Kitchen, AVnod and Carriage Hon so. A iso, a largo Haru .% by so loot, with Shed and Lorn douse near by, building* ail conveniently arranged and in good repu r. Also, another lot of lsan«i at said Allen’s comer, containing about 17 acres, with good Ham, Piggery and Shed, all iu Cno order. —also— About Crt acres of drained meadow, as good or bet tor land for gardening ihau can be found in the State, situated near Allen's corner on the road leading to Portland via Tukey’a bridge. —ALSO— About 5 acres ol Meaow ami Upland situated on the road hading thorn Allen’s to Morrill's corner be ing a very desirable lot for budding and gardening. All of Mild land in -ho town of >Vod brook, about 3 miles Horn ihe city or Portland, uud one mile from P. A' K. K illrorid and Portland Horse Railroad. All oi tiie above Lands arc m a I igh sta e of culti vaiitJi, with a very large amonnl <>i fmnt, anti very desirable for building lots, (arming or gardening. Immediately after sale ol Real l.stale will l*r sold about two hundred Sheep and launbs, six t ows and lieilers, two Horse* ami tour H »gs, logedier with Wag ms, Farming Tools and a port mu of the House hold Furuituie. The above proj^rty is to be sold to the highest bid der. and on the most favorable terms. ( ash, if the purchasers so do ire, or one quarter cash, the bal ance from one to live years wnh note and mortgage, iutere t at six per cent. semi-annually. The per sonal property to ho sold lor cash. For particulars calf on Cyrus Thnrlow, lCoCom nn rciai street, or on the Auctiouei rs. C^T'Sale to Gourmeiw u with toe Homestead. Alar 27 Valuable Keal Estate at Auction* ON THURSDAY, April 11, at 3 o’clock P M, I shall sell Hie valuable lot of laml on Pearl sleet, being tiie Dwelling £»«»u«<- fowl of (lie late lion. Klphalet Is reefy, li is 10.' I jet on Pearl bt.eet, by about 107 feet back, with the debris thereon. There is a dressed granite w.Jk of about 50 feet iu length by about 3 feet wide uuinj.iril and the underpining is dressed granite. All the material on tiie ground is good. (July one ol the sha o tiecs in Uvut of the hone*- was deadroyc 11>v tiie lire, i hi- is ..ne of tho mo-t valuable and desirable lo;p iu the maikct pl-as auUv ami ceutraliy siluuud—iu a veiy desirable neighborhood—wldiin IMJ feet ol Congress street and near tiie Park, bale posit.-v* >ur2:ud_JOSEPH, S. BAILEY, Anc ioneer. Sale of Timber Lands lor Batt s' College. Land Oefick, » Bangor, March 7, 1S«7. i NOTICE Is hereby given, hi puis ance of “ Re solve to carry inlo eilect chapter two hundred eighty-tour of the Resolves of eighteen hundred six ty-four in favor of Lutes* Coll, ge,'* approved Febru ary 2*, lst>7. (hat townships numbered *, Range 17 and 10 Range 17 W E LS, situated upon the l pper Saiol John River, executing the Southeast quarter oi the last named township, will be oiicred iur sale by public auction tor the Lcnctit of said College, at tne Land Oflice in llau^ur, on Wednesday the 11th day of Sept*1 uiber next, at 12 o'clock, noon. • me third cadi and satisfactory notes payable in on ami t wo }tars, secured by mortgage on tne prem ises, will be received in payment. ISAAC R. CLARK, marxdtSept 11, Land Agent. P. O. BAILEY, (Successor to 11. Bailey & Son,) Auctioneer, Commission Merchant, - AND - HEAL ESTATE 111!Oh EH. Office (at present) at No. 17ii Fore* ftirrrl, Up Stairs, Portland. April 1,1867. dtf ME DICAL E LE VTB1CITY DR. W. H.T DEM1NG, JM.edical Electrician > m MIDDLE Si'KKEl', Nearly Opposite Hie Unite* States Hole riTHKHE he would respectfully announce to m citizens ol Portland and vicinity, that he a permanently located in this city. During the three years we have been in this city, we have cured some ot the worst forms of disease in persons who have tried other forms oi treatment in vain, and curing patients in so short a lime that t he question is often a died, do they stay cured? To answer this questioi we will say that ail that do not stay cured, we doctor the second time without charge. l>r. D. has been a practical Electrician tor twenty one yean, and is also a regular graduated physician Electricity is perfectly adopted to chronic disease**in the form of nervous or sick headache; neuralgia m the bead, neck, sr extremities; consumption whew In the acute stages or where the lungs are not fully involved; acute or chronic lheuiuatism srroAtla. hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas* Banco, deafness, stani tueriug or lieshancy ot speech, dys|*e]*sfa, indiges tion, countipation and liver c»niplaint, pile*—we cure every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures oi tbe chest, and aM form* of female complaint*. Hy Electricity The Khcumattc, the gouty, the larne and the lax? leap with joy, ami move with the agility and elastic ity of youth: the healed brain iseooled: the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re moved; faintness converted to vigor, weakness to strength) the blind made to see, the deal to near ami the palsied form to move upright: the blemishes ol youth are obiut rated; the accidents ot mature life prevented; the calamities of old age obviated and an active circulation maintained. LADIES Who have cold han<4& amt toet; weak stomach*, lam aud weak backs; nervous and sick headache; dizzi ness and swimming in the bead, with indigestion and Constipation of the bowels; pain in the side and back; leucorrhcea, (or whites); tailing of the womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and ail that long train oi diseases will Unci in Electricity a sure means of cure. I'or pamiul im*n>truation, too ,-.ofuse menstruation, and all of those long line oi troubles with \ouiu! ladies, Electricity is a certain spccitic, and will, iu a **hort time, restore the Miflerer to the Vigor oi health TURTH T TEETH •’ TEETH I Dr. D. still continues to Ktftiuct D oth by Fleo raiciTY without pain. Persona hav ing decayed teeth or stumps they wish to have removed for reset ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Sui*erior Bun «<> Magnetic Machines ior sale for liunily use, with thorough mstrin tiipi*. Dr. P Van accommodate a lew palients with board Biol treatment at his house. Office hours from 8 o'clock A. \1 to 12 M.; from to ti P. M , and 7 to 9 in the evening. (.'oufnltation free. novlti nu amtTs ior Kale. O TEllN. \\ H l.LL STEAM Fils “Falcon,’* and V “< larion” 2 years old, of the follow dimeu si .ns: Length 10 feet; width over all 28 feet; depth '* lect; drat ot water 33 incite*; if Hood *j*ed, with lar?re tYcrilit ami pa*scn«r capacity, in good order and ready tor service, with full inventory. I^'iutro of KO>S A STL!KblVANT, men 13*11 in 73 Commercial Street. International Steamship Co. r|MIEIlE will he a Special Meetin? of the Interna I tional Steam A ip Company at 11 ,ei r UtB <e, *' ‘ r®^.r Union and Cumncrcinl street.-*, *»»' '* April eleventh, at 2 o'clock 1*. »!•*“»» •' l'” Ii l leis will vulo 1,1 litcrsc*- the <*P tb-t mav t on-pany, an,I to art on any other business tb-t may legally come before the meeting, l-«r order efthe IM. rruw"- J IBBV> secretary. Purllaml, Marrhg. 1**__mrtMUl I or Mb . rnm opportunity is ottered fora man with a A small capi.nl. *>y purchasing .lie Slate Right of Townsend’s Patent Plans D<vr Plate. About two l.u a I red have been put on in Portland .luring the 1*“** week. For tuithoi particular* en ,(Uirt of E. A. BACHFL1>EK. uiHr2*^V.*w* •*! Gr«*eu Street. To Wagon BniWem. YrOUR attention IS called to henn.rt’s I alont humping Wag,,11. ltlsslmplo luconstruction, and eo*t* uo more than any wagon. The l«*a*t rest* *-quail y on the lore and hind wheel*. It dump;* l»c tween the axles. In short, this dumping wag n is the best extant. Wo wish to correspond with wagon builder* throughout the country In relation to mat* lug and selling these & co niar25dt( 286 Congress St., Portland, Ms,