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

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 3, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS 1JY TELEGRAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PKLSS. ----— Wednesday Morning, April 3,1867, — — EUROPE. N K \V N BY THE C A B I. E . OiHiuingr of the Paris Exposllio** London, April 1. Kegrct is generally expressed by the press and in political circles at the proposed sale oi the Russian possessions in North America to the United States. ., , , ,. The figures of the budget laid before the House of Commons show that the revenue ot Great Britain for the last fiscal year exceeds the expenditures by $25,000,000. The Brazilian mail steamer from Kio Janei ro lias arrived at Lisbon. She brings a report that an American man-of-war had gone up the Paraguay river bearing a proposition from the allied South Aiuerioau powers containing the basis of a negotiation for peace to be submitted to President Lopoz. Liverpool, April 1. Ihc steamship Soarawa, from the Clyde, hound tor BoBtou, sank at sea March 20th, dur ing a severe storm. „„ Brussels, April 1. l lie appearance ot the anti-Pru9sian placards in tile streets of Luxembourg creates much excitement in France and Germany. No an swer lias yet been made to the complaint of the Prussian commander, and pending the settle ment of the affair tho irritation is increasing on both sides of the Rhine. New Yore, April 2. The Herald has the following: Paris, April,\ .—The Exposition opened to day. The day is observed as a holiday. At 11 A. M the doors of the building were opened.— \\ itliin and without the building there was a lamentable state of confusion; everywhere debris; not one-tentli of the goods were open ed or arranged, blit the French Department ol 01 course was the first in order; the next to that the Russian, and the third the English.— The American Department is one of the mosl incomplete, and the Commissioners, Exhibicor and Americans generally, in the city, are very dissatisfied with Commissioner Beckwith, who appears totally inefficient. Tho only Depart ment in operation is the Restaurants, but even here the Americans are behindhand. The on ly goods damaged on the voyage were Ameri can. At 1 o'clock P. M. the invited gutsts assem bled in the Art Gallery, where America made a fine show, many pictures being exhibited and well hung, hut the English display was much greater. By tho time the Emperor arrival 5,000 persons were inside. On tho outside, along the banks of the river Seine, and on all the hills and roads for miles around Paris, at least 100,000 pcoplo had assembled. Eight thousand policemen were on duty. The Emperor and Empress came precisely at 2 P. M. The crowd outside the building were good uatured, but not demonstrative towards them. No cheers greeted the Imperial parti'. Preceded bv chamberlains, the party passed round the entire gallery, nearly a mile long Different national commissioners stood on tile platform over the sections allotted to their countries; Turks, Japanese, Russians, Moroc eoann, Tunisians and Persians were there in luli national costumes. The Emperor spoke a few words to each commission, but at the American Department he stopped with tho EinpresB and bowed to the crowd who were cheering heartily. Half an iiour was consumed in this tour, then the cor tege descended and passed through the Art and a lew ot ier galleries, and at 3 P. M. re turned to the Palace. The Exposition will not be ready until May One-half of all the space is allotted to France, and that is not complete. The English are very strong in machinery, beating the Ameri cans in that department. There is nothing like so mai.y strangers here as expected. The number of Americans is not much great er than usual every season. It is useless to come to see the Exposition before May. MEXICO. Queretaro Entirely Surrounded by tlie Liberals. Capture of Maximilian Confident ly Expected. New York, April 2. Tlie Herald’s Mexican correspondence says tlie Liberals hare advanced so closely upon Vera Cruz that tlie Imperialists tire upon them front the walls. A surrender of the city had 1 been demanded and refused by Gen. Gomez. It wa< reported that Diaz had partially occu pied Puebla. Washington, April 2. Official news from Sun Luis 1‘otosi up to the 11th ult., lias been received here. The expect ed battle had not taken place. Escobado has been appointed to the com mand of the concentrated armies in the north w est and centre. Trevino has succeeded Escobado as com mander of the army of the north. Maximilian and his troops were at Quere tero, fortifying. The Liberals had occupied Laestan de los Vacas, nine miles west ol Quretaro, on the Ce laya road, Cuerta del China, eight miles east on the road to the City of Mexico, Santa Rosa, ten miles north on the road to San Luis, and Ajuto, close to the south. The city was there foro surrounded on all sides and communica tion entirely cut otf. Maximilian had attempt ed to send reconnoitering parties out of the city of Queretero, but they invariably went over to the Liberals, stating that the troops in side were very much demoralized and that all tlie natives would join the Liberals as soon as they had an opportunity of doing so. The Imperialists had about 3,500 men at tlie City of Mexico, under Sabera. Most of them had, however,been forcibly taken into the ser vice, and cannot be relied on. Generals Diego, Alvarez, Rivas, Palacio, Martinez, Losio, Nelez and others invest very closely the City of Mexico, and have ulready isolated it from the interior. Puebla was defended by 2,000 men under Hoviego, and Gen. Diaz, with 8,000 men had begun his operations to take it. Should Maximilian be captured, as it is con fidently expected he will, the cities ot Mexico and Vera Cruz will surreuder without firing a single shot more. From Washington. Washington, April 2. The registry of voters commeuced in the third Ward yesterday. In the iirst and second Wards the registered blacks largely prepon derate over the whites,thus affording unmistak able indications that owing to the apathy of whites the blacks will control tLe next inu nicipal election. The President to-day communicated to the Senate a large number of nominations. The Senate in executive session to-day re jected the nomination of J. C. Kennedy for Commissioner of Agriculture. The Committee on Foreign Relations have not come to any conclusion on the Russian American treaty. The public debt statement will bo ready on Thursday. The coin balance will amount to $107,000,(KM), including $15,000,000 in gold certi ficates. The receipts lrum customs during March were unusually large, being about $16, 000,000. The internal reveuue receipts were comparatively small, amounting to $15,000,000. Receipts of internal revenue to-day were $1, *21,000. Damage by ibe Floods on Ibe Mississippi. New Orleans, April 2. 'The numerous breaks iu the levees assure devastation to the richest portion of south western Louisiana. The giving way of the grand levee at Morganzia overflows seven Par odies. This was one of the largest works ot its m kind in the world, and was but recently com pleted. Work is progressing at Roman Cre vasse, 56 miles above this city, with some hope of closing it. The most recently reported break is nine miles below Baton Rouge, which will do immense damage, overflow this section ot tho country and cause great suffering among the poorer classes of whites, and throw thous ands of freedmeti upon the resources of the Bureau during the cumin#season. Arrival of the African 1’aekct Ship *«l Cauda. Baltimore, April 2. The African packet ship Golconda, belong ing to the American Colonization Society, ar rived to-day, forty days from Monrovia. Eve rything was prosperous on the coast,*aud the passengers wlio left Charleston in the Golcon da were landed in good health, and reported generally well pleased with the country. She brought several colored passengers, who have returned either on business or pleasure. The Golconda sails again for Monrovia on the 20th, and will take out a large number of emigrants. Murderer Escaped from Jail. Hudson, N. Y., April 2. John Welch, confined in Jail hereou a charge of murdering his wife, escaped last evening in some unexplained manner, accompanied by John Hogodon, another prisoner, held on a minor charge. At 7 o’clock the turnkey found everything all right in the jail, but about 8 o’clock, when he went in to lock the prisoners in their cells, he found that Welch and Hogo don had gone. The Sheriff offers a reward of $200 for tile capture of Welch, and 350 for Ho godou. __ A Mad Calamity. Boston. April 2. Brig l’rotcus, at this port, reports March 22d, iu northern edge ot the Gull Stream, while ly ing too in a heavy gale, discovered a boat with a man in it, and while making an effort to reach liim a sea broke over the boat, washing the man overboard, together with two dead bodies tlirst were lying in the bottom of the boat. The man soon sank from sight. The boat was a metalic life boat, painted white, with a black or blue gunwale. Same day, passed large quantity of cotton, Ate. , l rom Mouth America. New York, April 2. The Herald's Lima (Peru) correspondent says there is a prospect of a speedy settlement with Spain, as it was believed Chili was about to break the alliance and make terms lor her self. II this was done it was feared there would he a war between Peru and Chiii The village of Bolivia had been visited by a terrific thunder storm, destroying more than twenty houses and killing about one hundred people. __ New York Items. New York, April g Judge Barnard, in the Supreme Court to day, after a hearing, ordered the discharge of J. B. Stewart, who was arrested with Huyck late President of the Merchants' Natioual Bank, of Washington, 1 or conspiracy to de fraud the Government, but refused to release Huyck, who is still in custody. j XLIXth 00NGEE8S—Eiocutive Session. Washington, April 2. senate. Mr. Johnson rose to a privileged question. He defended Mr. Thomas, Senator elect from Maryland, from the charge contained In the reuort made by the Hankot Commerce of New York to Its stockholders dated March 12th, 1804 in which it was said that Mr. Thomas, while Secretary of the Treasury, in i860, had tailed to provide for the interest on the public debt, falling due Jan. 1st, in that year. The report adds: There was evidently a wicked and treasonable plot to disgrace the credit of the United States hy default in the payment of the interest on its stocks, by neglecting to provide tor the officers of the army and navy, aud the civil aud diplomatic list, including the salaries ot mombers of eougress then in session. He detailed the history ot Mr. Thomas’ connection with the Buchanan administration, and said that when ho came into the Department he lound the Treasury almost depleted, and there was hardly money enough to meet the daily wants ot the|t, uvernmen [.. Congress authorized a loan of $12,000,006. When the bids were open ed on the 27tli and 28tli of December, he found that the Bank of Commerce had offered to take a million and a half at a discount of 12 pei cent.; at that time the public debt did not ex ceed seventy millions. He hesitated to accept the exorbitant terms. Before he had decided, the late cashier of the Bank, Bichard Smith, brought to the Department a dispatch from the Bank of Commerce, saying that it could take all the loau at the same rate, 12 per cent. This made him hesitate; he thought it a very plain speculation but rather than run the hazard ol of letting the Government credit suffer from a failure to meet its obligations, he agreed to re ceive the bid and the bank was so advised. Mr. Johnson then alluded to Thomas’s correspon dence with Mr. Cisco on that subject, hy which it appoared that the bank at that time was a debtor to the United States in the sum of $o, 000,000. The Secretary ot the Treasury suc cessfully arranged for the payment of the in terest falling due in January 1861 at New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Charleston, Savannah, New Orleans and St. Louis, aud ii was punctually paid, It would ho seen from official data that the Bank of Commerce which claimed the credit of supplying the deficien cies, that it did nothing more than comply with the terms of an oppressive contract which the necessities of the Government had forced it to enter into. The statement of th. bank, was not supported by a particle of evi dence. Mr. Johnson submitted a letter of Secretary McCulloch, saying that nothing appears in the leoord of the Department showing a want ot fidelity on the part of Mr. Thomas. Mr. Johu son also had a letter read from Mr. Thomas de nying the charges and asking through Mr. J ohuson a full investigation of the whole sub ject by the Senate. After further debate Mr. Thomas’s letter was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. The Senate then went into an executive ses sion and after several hours being occupied therein, adjourned. municipal Elections. Cleveland, Ohio, April 2. At the municipal election yesterday the Dem ocratic candidate for Mayor was elected by 30b majority. Thu remainder of the Union ticket was elected. Cincinnati, April 2. Full returns from all the Wards give Charles F. Welstock, Union, for Mayor, 4400 majority. The average majority for the whole Union ticket is about 5000, showing a Union gain ol about 1500 over the election last fall. For the City Council 14 Uniou men and 5 Democrats are elected, showing a gain of one Democratic Councilman. The new Council will stand 20 Unionists to 10 Democrats. The total vote of the city was about 24,000, or 0000 less than last year. . St. Louis, April 2. The election passed off quietly to-day. Jas. S. Thoms, radical, was elected by about 1,500 majority. Vote light. John A. Holderinan, anti-radical, has been elected Mayor ot Leavenworth. Yesterday Hon. Sam’l Y. Kemble was elect ed Mayor of Lawrence, Ka. Politics did not enter into the contest. Toledo, Ohio, April 2. At the election yesterday the entire Repub lican ticket was successful, by an increased majority. Oca* Hancock’s Indian fclxpediiiou. St. Louis, April 2. The Democrat’s correspondent at Junction City, Kansas, says Gen. Hancock’s Indian ex pedition, 1,500 strong, was at Selman on Satur day. Gen. Hancock proposes to go to Fort Learned, on the Santa Fee road, where he will invite the chief! of hostile tribes to a council to discuss terms of peace. If they fail to come to terms he will immediately commence a vig orous war against thorn. Miscellaneaiss Dispatches. Richmond, Va., April 2. Gen. Schofield has issued orders suspending all elections until the registration is completed. In the mean time vacancies occurring will he filled by the Commanding General. Montoomebt, Ala., April 2. Gen. Sawyer, who is charged with the ad ministration of the military bill in Alabama, says a literal compliance with the civil rights bill will be exacted, and payments tor services rendered the State during the war are forbid den. Gen. Rope will established his headquarters at Atlanta. HUS Baltimore. April 2. In the Superior Court to-day an application was made for on injunction to restrain the High Sheriff of this city irom holding an elec tion for members to the Constitutional conven tion, as authorized by an act of the late Legis lature. The Court declared its want of juris diction as a court of equity to decide questions of a political nature, especially involving the sovereignty or political power of the State. The Court, therefore, decided that the applica tion for injunction be rejected and the bill dis missed with costs. THE mABKElfH. K'iuancinl. New Yoke. April 2. Money has been active and call loans plump at 7 per cent, all day, but was easier at the close. Gold closed steady at 1 34} @ 1 34}. Foreign Exchange dull, but prime bankers’ sterling firm at 108| @ lufl. Stocks steady at the last open board,£>ut were rather quiet afterwards. Mining shares heavy and lower. New York market. New York, April 2. Cotton dull aud heavy and tally 1c lower; sales 2,030 hales; Middling uplands 29} @ 30c. Flour—quiet and steady; sales 7,500 bbls.; Stati at 9 70 @ 12 75; Hound hoop Ohio 11 65 @ 13 90; Wes tern 9 7u iy 13 90; Southern at 1125 @ 17 00; Califor nia 15 00 (gj 16 25. Wheat—firm and quiet; sales 2,500 bush ; White California 3 16 @ 3 2o. Corn—active aud 1 @ 2c higher; sales 176,000 bush; Mixed Western 120 @121 in store, 122} @122$ afloat; Yellow Southern 1 21 @ 1 22. Oats—ouite firm; sales 59,000 bush.; State 73 @ 75c. Pork—heavy and lower; new mess 23 65; old do 22 50 @ 22 75; prime 19 75 @ 20 12}. Lard—heavy at 12} @ 13}c in bbls. Sugars—more active and steady; Porto Rico at 11* @ 12}c; Muscovado at 10 @ 10c. Conee—in demand; sales 603 bags St. Domingo in bond at 11 }c gold. Molasses—quiet and steady. Naval Stores—quiet and unchanged. Petroleum—quiet and steady; sales crude at 17c; refined bonded 26 @ 27}c. Tallow—steady at 11 @ ll}e Freights to Liverpool—more active; Cotton }d per sail and 7-16d per steamer; Corn 3}d por sail and 4}d per steamer. Chicago markets. Chicago, April 2. Flour Arm and without decided change; stock light. Wheat firm but unsettled; No. 2 Spring 245; No. 1 Winter 2 95. Corn firmer, chiefly for shipment South; No. I White 88c, and 89c in sacks and 67c in car. Oats 60e. Rye scarce; sales at 160. Barley unchanged. Shoulders steady; sales at 8c loos *. Lard quiet and unchanged. Dressed Hogs 8 75 @ 9 00. Live Hcgs advanced 10 @ 15c; sales at 6 75 @ 8 00 for common to choice. Receipts—5 000 bbls. flour, 6,000 bash, wheat, 12,000 bush, coin, 1,900 bush, oats, 2,400 hogs. Shipments— 2,800 oois. flour, 8,000 bush, wheat, 4,000 bush. corn. Cincinnati markets. Cincinnati, April 2. Flour dull but firmer, with a large speculative in quire. No. 2 Wheat advanced 1 ® l]c; No. 1 scarce and higher; sales at 2 CO @ 2 65, according to location; No. 2 at 2 25 @ 2 28. Corn firm and active and ad vanced 2Jc; salow at 96J ® 98$c for Winter and 1 Oo for fresh receipts No. 1, closing weak at Itiic fur Win ter. Oats active; sales No. 2 at 49 @ 50jc, closing weak at SOc. live quiet with au advouce of 1 ® 2c; sales No. 1 in store at 1 30 @ 1 33. Barley advanced 1 @ 2c; sales No. 2 at 91 @ 92c. Provisions - dull and nominal; Mess Pork at 22 00 @ 22 76, the news from Liverpool having depressed the market. Whiskey nominal; 26c offered, but the illicit trallic has demor alised tbe trade and none can do a legitimate busi ness without loss. Bulk Meats offered at 8® 11c without buyers. Bacon declined { @ Jc. Lard dull; city 131c. Butter unchanged. Eggs 19 ® 20c. Cheers IT & 17h'. Money closed at 10 @ 12 per cent. New Orleans markets. New Orleans, April 2. Cotton—unchanged; sales 3,300 bales; Low Mid dling at 28J @ 29c; receipts since Friday evening, 050 bales; exports same period, 8,434 bales. Sugar quiet and firm; prime 1.14c. No Louisiana Molasses in market. Exchange—Sterling 451 ® 401; Exchange on New York $ @ 1 premium. 5 Comiuerclal—Per Cable. „ , Los dom, April 2. Noon. Console lor money opened at 91. Americas Securutes.—The following are the current qu tat ions for American Securities: Illinois Central Railroad Shares 78j. Erie Railroad shares 39/. United States 5-20’s 78. Frankfort, April 2. Noon. United States 5-20’s 78. Pabis, April 2, Noon. United States 5-2o’s 81j. Liverpool, April2, Noon. Cotton dull; sales to-day rrtll reach 0,000 balls. The following are the quotations:—Middling uplands 13d; middling Orleans 13|d. Brcadstufl's Arm; Wlisat, No. 1 red 13s 6d; White California 13s Cdc; Corn 40s. Provisions—l’ork 76s. Produce dull; Spirits Petro leum lid; Common Rosin 8s 9d; relinod Petroleum Is 0<1; Spirits Turp^otiue 87s; flue Rosin 16s; Whale Oil £41. ’ _ , Liverpool, April 2—Evening. ..Lotion dull; sales 6,000 hales; Middling uplands 14J .fi 15c. Breadsturts firm; Com 41s. American securities as before, excepting Illinois Central, 79. New loiii mack Market. Stocks—dull and steady. NKW ' ORR> April l. American Gold. .... U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons,Is®. .in.,* LT. S. Five-Twenties, coupons,1864.... lo'jj U. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1665,... . (J. S. Five-Twenties, coupons now issue..!.10-J U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons.'' ,,J,T U. S. Seven-Thirties, 1st series. iou U. a. Seven-Thirties. 2d series.ior,i U. S. Seven-Thirties, 3d series.lord Tenuousoe Sixes, new series. Missouri Sixes. 951 New Vork Central,.195! Erie,. 68} Erie preferred.... 69 @ 72 Hudson.136 .uf 137 Heading. 101’A Michigan Southern. 71? Illinois CentTal. ...115! FaclHc Mail. 129} Boston Slock Sales at the Brokers’ Board, April 2. American Gold. 131} UnltodlStAtes Coupon Sixes, lebi. jopj United States 7 S-lOths, 1st series. |06 “ 2d series. Kgo “ 3d series. toe? United States 5-20s, 1862 . tool " I*®*-. »} ” small. 108 “ 1866.. loti „ *• July, 1866. 107} United States Ten-tortles. 98 uutland 1st Mortgage Bondi . 125 Partluiid Urtlty rreM Stack List. COBBBOTSD BY WM. H. WOOD & BOS, Slock and Exchange Broker, 178 Fore St.. Portland. For the week ending April 2, 1807. ,. Deseripttons. Par Value. Offered. Atked Government 6*s, 1881,.109.110 Government 5-2o, ibG2,.toa.llo Government 5-20,1804.lo7_ 108 Government 5-20.1800.107.108 Government 5-20, July. 107.107' Government 7-30, 1st series.105J.100 Government 7-30, 2d umi 3d aeries,—105... x. lofl$ Government 10-40,.*.. 97.i»8 State ot Maine Bonds,.99.100 Portland City Bonds,.96.97 Bath City Bonds..94.95 Bangor City Bonds, 20 years,.91.95 Calais City Bonds,. 94.9ft Cumberland National Bank,_40.46.47 Canal National Bank,.100. 105.106 First National Bank,.100. 105.106 Casco National Bank,.100. 105.106 Merchants’ National Bank,.75.77.78 National Traders Bank,.100.104.105 Second National Bank,.100.90.95 Portland Company,.100. 90. 95 Portland Gas Company,.50.52. 54 Ocean Insurance Company.100.106.108 At. Si St. Lawrence It. R.,..60 At. & St. Lawrence R.R. Bonds,100.*5.88 A. & K. R. R. Bonds,.84.85 Maine Central R. R. Stock,... .100. 15.20 Maine Central K. R. Bonds.80.83 Leeds AFarw’gron R. R. St’k, 100.60.70 Portland A Ivon K. It. Bonds,. 100.85. 90 Portland A Forest Av’n'e R. R, 100.70.80 Portland GlassCompany,. 100. 95... 100 Richardson's Wharf Co.100.95.100 Portland Wholesale Prices Current. Corrected for the Preps to Anrti o Apples. Green brl. 5 50 @ 6 50 S Cooking #> bu. 1 00@ 1 50 Dried #4 lb... 15 @ 16 ] Western ilo. 13 Ashoa. Pearl V lb.none Pot. 7 (a? Beans. Marrow #4 bu. 3 25 @ 3 75 Pea.3 50 @ 4 00 Blue Pod.3 00 @ 3 50 Box Shooks. Pine,. 60 @ 65 Bread. Pilot ^ 100 tt>12 00 @15 00 '‘Hot ex 100 tblO 50@12 00 Ship.8 50 @ 10 00 , Crackers #>100 50 @ 55 Butter. Family#) ib. . 27 @ S3 Store. 20 @ 25 Candies. Mould#) lb... 10 @ 17 Sperm. 40 @ 12 Ceuiont. p brl.2 40 @ 2 50 Cheese. Vermont lb 19 @ 20 Mew York ... 19 @ 20 Coal—(Retail!. Cumberland. 10 5o @1100 I .orb’y ^Diamond .10@10l Lehigh.10 00 @ Red Ash. 9 50 @10 00 White Ash. 9 50 @10 00 Coffee. Java #> lb. .. 37 @ 40 Rio. 20 @ 30 Cooperage. Ilhd. Sh’kb& J bis, Mol.City...325 @ Sug.City...2 75 @ 3 00 Sug. C’try.. 1 50 @ 1 75 C’tryKiftMol. Hhd.Sh’ks. 2 00 @ 2 25 Ilhd. H’d'gs, Soft Pine... 25 @ Hard Pine.. 30 @ lloops,(14 tl).35 00 @40 00 R.OakStaves5U 00 @55 00 Copper. Cop. Sheathing 43 @ Y.M.Sheathing 17 @ Y.M. Bolts... 30 @ Cordage. A m or i cunt> lb 19} @ 20 Manila. 22 @ 22} M anil a Boilrope 24 @ 24$ Drugs and Dyes. .Alcohol #> gal 4 oo @ Arrow Root... 30 @ 70 Bl-Carb Soda 8} @ 9 Borax. 39 @ Camphor. ...110@ Cream Tartar 35 @ 52 indigo,.1 50 @ t 85 Logwood ex... 15 @ 16 Madder. 16 @ Maptha#) gal. 35 @ 55 Opium#)lb. 9 50 @ Rhubarb.3 25 @ Sal Soda. 5 @ 5} Saltpetre. 12 @ 25 Sulphur. 6}@ 7} Vitriol. 16 @ Du ok. No.l,. @ 80 No. 10,. @ 45 Ravens. @ 40 Dyewoods. Barwood. 3 @ Brazil Wood.. 13 @ Camwood- 9 @ 10 Fustic,. 3 @ 5 Logwood, Campeachy. 3 @ St. Domingo 2 @ 3 Nic.Wood- @ Peach Wood.. 8 @ Red Wood- 5 @ 9 SapanWood.. @ Fish. Cod, #> qtl. Large Shore 6 00 @ 7 oo Large Bank 5 50 @ 6 00 Small.3 50 @ 4 00 Pollock.3 50 @ 4 25 Haddock, 2 00 @ 2 75 Hake.2 00 @ 2 75 Herring, Shore. #> bl.6 00 @ 7 60 Scaled,#>l»x. 35 @ 50 | No. 1. 25 @ So ' Mackerel #>bl. Bay No.l.. 18 00@18 75 Bay No. 2 none Bay No. 3. none Shore No.1.19 00 @19 75 Shore No.3. none Flour. White Winter choice xx 16 o0@18 00 xx 14 50 @16 50 x 13 00@14 50 Red Winter xx. 14 50@ 16 50 x. 13 00@ Spring xx - • 14 00@ 16 00 x . 13 25@ 14 50 Superfine* . 10 00 @12 00 St. Louis & Southern Superior xx 1650@l8 00 Canada Superior xx 1G00@18 00 Michigan* Western . Stip’r xx .. 15 60@t7 50 Fruit. Almonds—Jordan #> tb. Soft Shell... @ 35 Shelled- @ 40 Pea Nuts.3 50 @ Citron, new... 37 @ 38 Currants. now 18 Dates, new_tl} @ 15 Figs,.new 25 @ 30 Prunes,.. 22 @ 28 Raisins, Bunch,#>bx 4 00 @ 4 12} Layer.4 15 @ 4 25 Lemons,box 4 50 @ 5 00 Oranges,*pbox 5 00 @ 5i6 Grain. Corn, Mixed.. 1 30 @ 1 35 New Yellow 1 30 @ 135 Rye.1 45 @ 1 60 Barley.1 10 @ 1 20 Oats. 70 @ 75 Shorts#) ton.32 00 @35 00 Fine Feed. .36 00 @ 38 00 Middlings... 50 00 @ 55 00 Gunpowder. Blasting.5 50 @ 6 00 Sporting.6 00 @ 7 50 Hay. Pressed#4ton^o 00 @23 00 Loose.22 00 @25 00 Straw. 12 00 @14 00 Hides and Skins. Buenos Ayres 29 @ 31 Western. 18 @ 19 Slaughter- 9 @ 10 CalfSkins.... 20 @ Lamb Skins. .1 00 @ 1 50 Iron. Common. 4}@ Refined. 4^@ ..£4 •Swedish. 8 @ Norway_... 6}@. Cast Steel_ 25 @ 28 German Steel. IT @ Eng.Blis.Steel 22 @ Spring Steel.. 11 @ 14 Sheet Iron, English. 7 @ 7J R. G. 8}@ 11 Russia. 2:1 @ 25 Belgian- 22 @ Lard. Barrel, #> lb.. 14 @ 14} Kegs, #4 lb.... 14 @ Lead. ikeot & Pipe. 11 }@ 12 Leather. Jew York, Light. 27 @ 30 Mid. weight 30 @ 33 Heavy. 31 @ 33 Slaughter .. 43 @ 47 km. Call.... 1 30 @ 1 65 Lime. Iockl’d,cask 1 40 @ 1 45 Lumber. Jlear Pine, Jos. 1 & 2....CO 00 @65 00 so. 3.45 00 @50 0i> Jo. 4.20 00 @25 00 lipping_21 00 @24 oo ipruce.14 00 @19 oo dimension Spruce 20@25 iemlock ...15 00 @1« oo Jlupbo&rds, SpruceEx.,27 00 @30 00 Pine Ex— none. >hingles, Cedar Ext. .4 50 @ 4 75 Cedar No.1.3 00 f@ 3 25 Jhaved Cedar 5 75 *• Pme 6 75 Laths, Spruce.3 50 @ 4 00 Pine. 4 50 @ 4 75 Molasses. Porto Rico. none Jienfuegos.... none rrinidad. 52 @ 55 Juba Clayed.. 4£ @ 60 Clayed tart, none Muscovado. 50 @ 55 Sugar House Syrup 45 Nails. Jask... 6 50 @ 6 62} Naval Stores, rar brl.. .4 00 @ 4 50 *itch (C. Tar 13 25 @ Wil. Pitch .. .5§0 @6 00 Sosin.7 00 @ 12 00 turpentine Ip gal. 85 @ 90 Oakum. imerioau_10} @ 13} Oil. Kerosene,— 65 @ Sperm.3 25 @ Whale.1 3C @ 1 40 Bank -30 OO @32 00 8 hore.2900 @30 O0 Porgie.18 00 @20 Linseed. 130 @ l 36 Boiled do. @138 Lard.1 25 @ 1 40 Olive.2 25 @ Castor.2 75 @3 00 Neatsfoot-1 85 @2 00 Onions. 5iv»skins$*bl. 3 00@4 00 Paints. Portl’d Lead-15 00 @ Pure Grd do.15 00 @ 15 50 Pure Dry do. 15 00 @ Am. Zinc,... 13 00 @ Rochelle Yel.. 4 @ Enz.Ven.Red. 4}@ Red Lead. 14 @ 16 Litharge. 14 @ 16 Plaster. Soil, Ip ton... none Hard.none Ground.9 00 @ 10 00 Produce. Beef, side Ip lb 10 @ 13 Veal. 10 @ 12 Lamb. 10 @ 12 Chickens. 22 @ 25 Turkeys. 23 @ 25 Geese. 20 @ 22 Eggs, doz.. 22(0/ 24 Potatoes,bbl 1 70@2 50 Provisions. Mess Beef, Chicago,.. .20 00 @22 00 Ex Mess. .24 00 @25 00 Pork, ExtraClear @3100 Clear.28 00 @30 00 Mess.25 00 @26 00 Prime_ 20 00 (@21 00 Hams. 15}@ 16} Rice. Rice, F tb.... 11 @ 12} Saleratus. Saleratusl> lb 12@ 13 Salt. Turk’s Is. hhd.(8bus.)4 50 @5 00 Liverpool.4 25 @ 4 50 Or’nd Butter. 30 @ Seeds. Herdsgrass bu 4 25'2)4 50 Clover lb.15 16 Red Top bag 5 50 @ 5 75 Shot. Drop,^l001bs @1150 Buck. @12 50 Soap. Extra St’m Kenne l 11 Family. 10 No. 1. 9} Oline. 13 iJhem Olive. 11 Crane’s. 13 Soda. 13 Spices. Cassia, pure.. 75 @ Cloves. 43 @ 45 Ginger. 28 @ 3o Macc.140 @ Nutmegs.1 25 (@ 1 35 Pepper. 28 @ 30 Pimento. 30 @ 33 Starch. Pearl. 11}@ 12} Sugar. Forest City Refined : Coffee A. 14 @ “ B. 13} @ Portland Sugar House : Yellow A A-10 @ Muscovado... 11 @ 12} Hav. Brown . 1?}@ 14 Hav.White... none Crushed-- 15 @ 15} Granulated... 15 @> 15} Powdered— 15 @ 15} Teas. Souchong_ 75 @ 90 Oolong. 90 @ 95 Ooloug, choicel 00 @ 1 05 Japan,.110 @ 1 25 Tin. Banca, cash.. 35 @ 37 Straits, cash.. 33 @ 35 Euglish. 34 @ 37 Char. I. C. . 13 00 @13 50 Char. I. X...16 00 @16 50 Tobacco. Fives* Tens, Best Brands 70 @ 80 Medium_ 60 @ 65 Common... 55 @ 60 Halt lbs. best brands. 75 @ 80 Nat’lLcaf, ibs.l 00 @ 1 25 Navy ibs. 75 @ 85 Twine. Cotton Sail... @ 80 Flax. @ 75 Varnish. Damar.2 75 @ 3 75 Furniture ...2 25 @ 3 50 Coach.3 00 @6 50 Wood. Haru, retail . 10 50 @11 00 Soit.- @ 7 00 Wool. LTnwash’d Fleece35 @ 40 Washed do.40 @ 45 Lamb Skins.. 85 @ 1 20 Zinc. Mosselman, sheet,14 @14} Lehigh.14 @14} Portland Dry Goods Market* Corrected by Messrs Woodman, True & Co. COTTON GOODS. Inches. Price. Heavy Sheeting,.37.18 @ 21 $ Fine Sheeting,.36. 15$ to 17 Fine Sheeting,. 40.18$@ 20 Medium Sheeting,.37.14 (a) 17 Light Sheeting,.37.13 to 15 Shirting,.27 to 30.11$ @ 12$ It LEACHED SHEETING. Good Bleached Sheeting,.36.21 @ 2C Good Bleached Sheeting,.9-8.25 (® 30 Medium Sheeting,.36.17 (g) 20 Shirting,.27 to 32.12$® 15 DRILLING. Heavy Drilling,.30. 20 @ 22$ Medium,.30.19 to 20 Corset Jeans,.13*to 24 COTTON FLANNELS. Heavy Cotton Flannels,.23 @ 25 Medium Cotton Flannels,.20 to 22$ Bleached Cotton Flannels,.25 to 32$ STRIPED SniRTINO. Heavy Striped Shilling,.30.23 @ 27$ Heavy Striped Shirting,....27.21 to 23 Medium Striped Shirting,.27.15 @ 19 TICKING. Heavy Ticking,.36 @ 45 COTTON ADES. Heavy double and twist,..40 @ 60 DENIMS. Heavy Denims,.32$@ 37$ Medium Denims,.22 to 27$ CAM UR ICS AND PRINTS. Colored Cambrics,.12 @ 13$ Best Prints,. .15$ to 17 Medium Prints,.12$to 14$ DELAINES. DeLaincs,.21 to 2>$ CRASH. Crash,. 11$® 17 BATTING, WADDING, &C. Cotton Batting, p lb... —16 to 20 Cotton Wadding, pro,.30 to 35 Wickiug,.60 to CO WOOLEN GOODS. Kentucky Jeans,.20 @ 40 Satinets,.50 to 85 Union Meltons,.75 tol 95 Black Union Cassimere*.80 tol 00 Black all wool cassimcres,.1 00 to 1 50 Black Doeskins,.125 tol 75 Fancy Doeskins,.1 00 tol 60 Repellant, 6-4,.1 35 @140 , WOOL FLANNELS. Bine Mixed Twilled Flannels,.30 @ 57$ Blue and Scarlet,. 35 to 5* White, plain,.3-4... . ! ' .35 § 5o! White, olain,....60 @ 3C . 7<) STATE OF MAINE. Head quarters, I March 28, 1867. ( General Orders No. 3. 1. The Commander in Chiefliercby announces the resignation ot Brig. Gen. JOHN L. Hodsdon, Adju tant General of tho State. In accepting tliis resignation It is imitossible to re train from expressing the high appreciation in whirli General Hodsdou’s character and services are held. Culled to tlib P sition on the eve of terrible and try ing i inn s, which demanded energy, tact and labor before unknown to the oflice, he now retires, having brought this difficult service to a graeetnl comple t*on, and commanding a respect at home and abroad winch may um ly be cubed an honorable fame, l.iii r^»KVlJSi'vritU'n in that proud portion of our Jfil.aKr T»Vi hA8 °'vn bimd hae recorded, but more 3lst Inst., and win be obe .ed and respond™£>ri£ ingly. By order ol the Commander in Chief SELDEN CONNER A pi 2 dlw Ht. Col. and Alde-de-Cauip. AT M. Is. WEEKS’ STORE, W*. 7‘A nBd 74 Fare »«., you can buy as cm* articles as at any other store in the city, and delivered at any part of the city free ot charge and prices satisfactory, march 29—du IIIM i'.IXAAEOlTS. Blindness, Deafness, -and Catarrh S During i>k. < akpi^teiix late visit to I*orlland wliieh closed Feb. 1st, so great a number of persons deferred consulting him until the latter part nt his stay, that many were unable to do so, his time being fully occupied. To accommodate those and others desirous of consulting him he Returned to Portland March 1st, Anil cuu be consulted at the U. 8. Hotel Until April 14tb, upou all diseases ol' the Eye, Ear, Throat — AND — * CVMT.Mltnil, As usual. And h<; would advise those intending to avail themselves ot his services to cull early as con venient. Dr. C. can refer to many * atients in Portland and vicinity, who have been cured or benefitted under his treatment, who do not wish their names made public, but arc w illing to converse with those interested. ^“'Consultation at office Free, but letters must contain one dollar to ensure an answer. Office hours, Sundavexcepted,'.* to 12,2 to 5, and Cl to 7* o’clock. l>r. Carpenter cun be consulted at the UeWitt House, Lewiston,one month, on and after Apr. 15, ’07. CERTIFICATES, i Testimonial of A. K. Ore enough, Esq* I was afflicted with Catarrh so badly that 1 had a continual pain in my head, eyes very weak, was last loosing my memory, head was so contused that I was totally unlit Jor business and general health last fall ing. I applied to Dr. Carpenter in lb65 and his rem ernes cured me. I am a well man. A. K. UREENOUGH, Proprietor oi National House, Bangor, Me. Certificate of Copt, Sbule of Portland. Portland, Jan. 3,1867. I suffered from dearness eight years. Was under treatment at the Ear Infirmaries ol Boston, Now York and Philadelphia, without receiving benefit; but knowing of cases wrorse than mine, that Dr. Car penter cured, I was induced to apply to him. On ex amination the l)r. was not sure he could cure me, but would do the best he could. A course of his treatment has restored me to my natural nearing. Any person desiring to see me can do so on board of bark *• 1-aae Carver,” Union Wharij Portland. ALONZO L. SHUTE. Dr. Carnenter, Dear 8ir,—Learning you are in Portland, 1 write lor the purpose of informing you that the hearing of my s >n, Leroy Z. Collins, re mains perteetly good. You will remember that in March 1^65, 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, whero he has resumed his studies, which, without vour assistance, he never could have done. May yt u live long, prosper in your profession, and es pecially cause the deal to hear, is the desire of Yours, very gratefully, Z. COLLINS. Certificate of Hr. A* U. lilunt, Portia ad. This may certify that Dr. Carpenter, now at the United States Hotel, has cured meet deafness and uischarges of the head of 17 years’ standing, r had been doctored by many eminent physicians without relief. Any person interested can sea me at Messrs. Blunt & Foss,’ Middle Street.

A. G. BLUNT. Portland, Me., Jan. 14,1667. Hundreds of Certificates received in this State can be seen at the Dr’s Office. ifeb23dtf THE DOMESTIC OIL COMPANY now oiler to the public THE BEST, THE SAFEST, AND The Cheapest Oil Now in the Market! NO MORE I.AMP EXPLOSIONS ! NO MORE BROKEN CHIMNEYS! NO MORE SMOKY CHIMNEYS ! Can be used without any Chimneys. Tim annoyance from tlic use of CHIMNEYS in burning Ker..«;ne to go about ll o house, ami thoclia agreeable odor therefrom, as also the groat danger from using volatile or fluid substances, has been seri i ously felt for the past lew years. Any invention which successfully overcomes these objections, can ho looked upon in no other light than a great public blessing. Inventors have Bought for years to accomplish this desired result, but all their efforts have b en complete, failures. After careful study and scientific experiment, the manufacturers feel assured that they can now offer to the public an article Superior to any other Article now in the Market! ami especially a euoil SUBSTITUTE for the old Burning Fluid, which is now beyond the reach or or dinary consumers on account of the high price oi the material which enters into the composition. Remember, it will not Moil the Finest Fabric! By the following it will he seen to be far Superior to all other Oils or Fluids! heretofore or now in use. 1st.—It has been subjected to the mo>*t rigid test for the past TWENTY-TWO MONTHS, and having proved fully eqaal to our lug host anticipations, is now put into the market as a COMPETITOR TO THE PUBLIC FAVOR, with the numerous Oils now be fore them. THE DOMESTIC OIL we offer, without unpleasant odor, a cheaper, saj’er and far more convenient light than any now be lore the public. ‘2d.—Bear in mind that there need be NO CHANGE OF LAMPS, and only a CHANGE OF BURNER, and that can be iuinhlicd at our place of business. All who wish to scp this oil, are requested to call and examine for themseivos. A good supply of burn ers and lumps constantly on hand. All orders adressed to us will receive promt t attention. PRINCIPAL OFFICES AND SALESROOMS No. G Trimont Street,.-.Boston, Mass. Nos. CIO and 1151 Broadway, N. V. City. Nos. 198 and 130 Clark 8t., Chicago, 111. No. 229 1-2 Congress St., Portland. HANSON & SKILL IN. J. E. HEWETT, General Agent. April 2, 18G7. dim BOOTS - AND - s : o i: si fOjfoCi'* W. C. MONTGOMERY. Head the List of Prices: Men’s Rubber Over Shoes, 75 cts. Women’s “ “ “ 50 “ Misses’ “ “ “ 40 « Children’s “ “ ’ “ 25 “ ALL KINDS OF BOOTS AND S1HOES - AT THE - LOWES® PRICES J H «'• HONIOVnEBV, No. 4 Casco Street, two doors lVotn Congress. March 25, 1667. dtf R E 51 O V A L . TflE Monitor Printing Rooms! Are removed to the spaciona HaU Nos. 103 and 105 Fedeval Street, Recently occupied by Chadboum & Kendall, Where we shall be hapy lo see our lriomis. With IN CREASED FACILITIES and reasonable rent, we can guarantee satisfaction both in ST fees and PRICES. Returning our sincere thanks lbr the generous patronage hitherto received, we shall spare oo effort to merit its continuance. aarRemembcr the place 10S and 105 Federal st, a fewdoors below the United States Hotel. JOMEPU H. Dill, apr2dtw_ PROPRIETOR. Direct Stcain§liip Liit« Iialilax, N. h. The A1 Steamship CAR LOTT*, J. Magnne, Master, will sail Sir ^ggggjgllnlilai, direct, iycim o;lit’s Whait, Wednesday, April 3d, at 4 •'clock P. 91. Cabin Passage, with State Room, $7. Meals extra. For further niformaticn apply to L. B1 LIANGS, Atlantic Wharf, or apr2Utd JOHN PORTEOCS, .^.gent. WATTED. Wanted. By a Colored Girl about 15 year* of age, a situa tion to take care of children, or as waiteb &c No waoeh. hut satUractory assuiaucea ol a good home positively required. Apply at No 7 St. Joint Street, on'1 uesuay, Wednesday and Thursday after noons, April 2nd, 3d and 4lh, 1807. aprjdJt House Wanted iu tbe Oily. BY a small family—Rent not to exceed Five Han died Dollar*, inquire o! E. L. URUEBY, Apl - 2w* . _ Plum Street. Wanted, A YOUNG lady between the age of 1C ami 20, a good vocal singer; one who can play on an In strument preferred, to travel with acompauy through the country. Address “ W. K.,” Pest Ollice. April t dlw* Wanted mu hire, a small house, either ihndelied or other L wise, lot a -hort or longtime. Any one desirous of a Hr at class tenant may address, with full particu lars, “ B.,’’ Post ollice Box 2123. April 1. dlw Board Wanted. ALA D\' and Iwo daughters wish to enga'O hoard, lor the summer, in some country town in Maine, York or vbiuity prelerrcd. Address, with tartlcu lars, G. K. L„ Apl 1—3td3ww» Box 251, Boxbury, Mass. A Situation Wanted. BY' a man to sell goods. A large trade already established. Is thoroughly acquainted with tho Grocery and Flour business, and can bring tho very best of recommendations. Has been trav elling tor tbe last throe years. Address Box 1047 Portland Post Office. maroodlw Rent Wanted. WANTED five or b!x rooms within ten minutes’ walk ol the Post Ollice, convenient lor a smalt fitmll.v. Address “ F. J. F.” at the Press Ofliee. Match 20, 186T. d2w Chamberg to Bet. OVER W. W. Carr * Co.’s store, No. 3 Exchange near Fore St, that will accommodate 150 work men ar shoemaking, tailoring, or many other kind.** of business. For Sale. One lot ol Laud near the head of Wilmot stieot, for sixty-live cents per foot; a Iso, a lot near head of liter street, about 31 by B5 feet, tor *1200; also, a two story House and lot on M unjoy Hill tor $2500; also, one House and Lot on Merrill’s Court, Chestnut street, that will let for $300 per y ar; also, one house onMouutford street, wllh about 6000 feet of land more or loss: this house belongs to the estate of tho la‘e Lemuel Tukey, and will be sold at a bar gain. Terms easy. Apply to mclildlm W. W. CARR * CO. Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will nay 30 cents each for brat class Flour Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNCH, BARKER & CO„ novlMtf 139 (joinillercial srreet. Wanted Immediately * —AT THE— New Employment Office ! No 229 1-2 Congress St, 3d Door West of City Huildiug (up stairs.) f~ 1IKLS capable of doing all kinds of house-work, \JT to’whom good situations will be given. Also LABORERS tor various kinds of woik, and CLERKS ibr every kind of business. j9§T*We are able at ail times to supply parties in any part of the State with GOO l>RELIABLE HELP, either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors, Farmers and others will be supplied with Men and Boys tor all kinds ot cm-' pioymeut Fkee of Chabge. Don’t forget the num ber, 2294 Congress Street, next to City Building, Port land, Me. OOrKJLAlT 4k IILWll l , Feb 22—dtf Proprietors. Flour Barrels Wanted! ON and after January 2d, 1867, we shall resume the purchase ot Flour Brls. for CASH, at the Office ot the Portland Sugar Co., 37 1-3 Danfortli Si.. FebSdtt' J. B. BROWN & SONS. Wanted Daily ! ! AT The General Agency and Employment Office No. .*151 1-3 CoagmtN (Utrret. All per sons wishing to secure good Girls for any respecta ble employment, will find them at this Office. Also please notice. We will send you men and boys ior any work in city or country, free of charge. GPS'3* We want good American, Provincial, Irish and Colored Women and Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every day for all orts ot situations in this City and vicinity. Give us a call. COX & POWARS Portland, Me., Jan. 25, ’67. jauSO 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. JERRIS, mai7dtf Under Lancaster Hall. Wanted. AN experienced Salesman in the retail Dry Goods ^business; one who can give good City reference, may hear of a permanent situation by addressing Box 1018 Portland Post Office, giving real name and references. marietta Wanted. -A AAA FLOUR BARRELS, at Forest OUtV/UU City Sugar Refinery, 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, 1594 Commercial, at corner of Union St. febl2d&wtt T. C. HERSEY TO LET. Desir:iblo Office to L<*. AN office partially furnisher 1, centrally located on Commercial Street, is ottered Ibr rent at a low price. Address Lock Box 1*91. Portland, April 2,18G7. dlw. To Let. fklt A Hall suitable for manufacturing purposes, ■il and two offices, in Morton Block: next above ■ILthc Preble House. Apply to PATTERSON & CHADBOURNE, apr2d3w Ortice, Morton Block. To Let. ^^NE Brick Store, No. 40 Union street. Apply ja3dtf ST. JOHN SMITH. rj»o Le I, STORE No. 2 Portland Pier. Enquire of MATHEWS & TJiOMAS, mar27dlm 59 Commercial Street. To Let THE three storied Brick Store 204 Fore, foot of Plum Street. Enquire of E. M. PATTEN, feblCdtf Plum Street. For Rent. OFFICES in the third story ol building on corner of Exchange and Milk Streets. Enquire at ol ficc of OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Feb. 25. tf Exchange Street. To Let. THE Chamber (2d story) over E. T. El den & Co’s, Free Street Block, suitable for Jobbing' or Wholesale Business. Inquire of T. J. LITTLE, 79 Commercial stree*. KF~Key can be fonnd at E. T. Eldon & 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 No9.142 and 144 Middle Street. Apply to H. J. LIBBY & CO. March 18,1867. dtf To Let. THE Stora on the lower side of Commercial Street, now occupied by Donnell & Greely. Possession given April 1st. Enquire of MATHEWS & THOMAS, mar2Cdlm 59 Commercial Street. To Let. A FRONT ROOM atljoining 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 LOST AND FOUND. $10,00 Reward. LOST in vicinity ot Market Square a Gent's Pock et Book, containing some money; also, papers, memoranda, &e., ot no value but to the owner. The above reward will be paid to the findor, or they can take the money contained, and leave the book with papers, &c.. at office of Preble House, where no questions will be asked. Portlaud, April I, 18G7. apl2dti Lost. ON Saturday last, near the loot ot Exchange street, a Diary containing discharge paiiers, and the card of Anderson & Wescott. The finder will be suit ably rewarded by leaving it a", the shop of Anderson Wescott, Union Wharl. aprld3t1' m: 6._m. a. Annual Meeting:. FplHE annual meeting of the Maine Charitable Mt JL ebanic Association for the choice of officers will be held iu the Library Hoorn on THURSDAY eve ning. April 4th, at 74 o’clock. A full attendance is earnestly requested. S. MARSH, Apl 2 dtd _ Secretary. M. L. A. TIIE annual meeting ot the Mercantile Lib ary Associ ition wit! he held at the Common Conn ell Room, Market Hail, on Tuesday evening, April nth, at 7 l o’clock, ibr the election of officers ior the ensuing 'ear, and for the transact!™ ol' any other business that may legally come before them. l’er ordir, E SCOTT OERRISH, April 2 lw Recording Secretary. Plaster,_Plaster. -t r\(\ TONS pure ground Plaster, lor sale at the _L V/ lowest market price, by Kendall & Whitney, iuar2l)d2m Market Hall, Portland. Farm in Freeport for Sale. THE subscriber oilers Ids farm for sale, situateiT ab ,ut one and a quarter miles tf™* Lweport Corner, on the road irom Freeport to \ arinoutb. There arc 40 acres of good Land, equally niyiued into tillage, pasture and wood land, wiV.1 ^ti10US€, barn. The propet ty will bo sold for ” applica tion be made immediately, to Charles Klco, i ownul Comer, P Soule, Freeport, or RICHAEDS0N. Apil2 dlw* ' Boarding. A FEW gentlemen can be accommodated with pleasant rooms and bonrd, Inn private family, at No. I Mayo Street. aprldlw* ukaL estate. House for Sale. AVERT desirable Cottage vtmtaltilns 9 room* a brick cistern ut filtered water. Houso In mo, ongh repair and neiriy new. Possession given tiiat of May. i-'or particulars enquire on the premise, 28 Mvrile street. Slur aiitf Mbs.S. W. BISHOP. TO Let. OXl'l Store anti three spacious Chambers in ltar hour's Block, 31 iddle street. One ot the best lo cutions in the city. Apply to DAV1DKEAZER uciriilklzwis Ur K. A. MOBION. First Class House For Sale. A Bo UK STUB 1 KB CHICK. HOUSE on Park Si., has seventeen rooms, hot and cold water, anti all other modern conveniences. A party is now ready to it at ten peb ci Nr. on the price ashed. Apply to ' \V. H. JFKK1N. 31ar 3li—an ForSi»l«>. mHE.sunenor fast sailing Hr Brit; “CASSIE 4 . ”»Ai, biult in Nova Scotia in j SB-1, la; tons register, length 961 feet, breadth 2T>1 feet, depth V: lect, is coppered and eopper liist, tied, and well loniul III sails and rigging, chains, anchors, Ac. Jins vessel was built exprc-sly for the West India biismi ss, and u also well adapted to the Brazil trade. Will be sold oneirp. for I art her particulars apply to Ul:o. H., J bio. 7 Central W'hart Portland, M arch 29,18G7. mar29—1 w ISuildlng for Stile. T11E Building on Market street, 2d door Irani Con gress street, now used as a gas fitting shop, is lor sale. It is a good location for mechanical business,or for a trader. Price $500. Apply to mar29dlw* WM. H. JEItRIS. Now House for Sale, On India street, third house tVoiu Congics*, Mountains eh ven rooms, besides the att ics. This house is very pleasantly located and very con veniently arranged for one of two families. Apply to WM. H. JERR1S, mur2bdtt Real Estate Agent. F O B SALE! A story and a half House, with seven finish es ;jii od rooms, uud Stable attached; good hard and iviL^oft water. Lot 40 by 8U. Pleasantly located on Mom real street street. Apply to mr2bdl\v* T. BURGESS, 50 Montreal street For Sale or Lease. nDHE Large Lot of Land on the corner of Federal, 1 1 cut pie and Congress street s. A desirable location for a Hotel—for gale low; if not sold, wilt lie leased lor a long ierm of years if de sired. Inquire of JOHNC. PROCTER, Portland, Mar 28—d3w C5 Middle street. FOlt SALE! A Desirable Squitrc Brick IIou*>e, on §&*■ Spring streot, between High and Park streets, Jc.lCl.with modern improvements, heated through out by steam—piped for gas with gas fixtures, a good stable—abundance of hard and soft water in the house, with about 10,000 feet of land. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER. mar2s-d3w House for Sale. A TWO story house on Salem Street, containing nine rooms, convenient tor two families. Lot fit* by 100. Will be sold low it applied tor immediately. W. 11. JEltKLs, ' mar27dttw* Opposite Preble House. House Up-Town For Sale. -$7^ A two-storv Wooden Iloimc, containing Ballll ttvelvc finished ioouih, cemenfed cellar, JiL-eiliiBriek Cistern, Furnace. Gas throughout, and with all the modem improvements. For partic ulars inquire at IVo. Carlton Street, Or of Dr. COLBY, Press Counting Room. Portland, Mar 22, lbt>7.—d2w House*for Sale. ON the corner of Oxford and Myrtle Sts. It is two stories, with a basement, with ten finished rooms, in good repair; well and cistern water, fiir nace and gas. Enquire at bio 101 Oxford st. mr22tf Valuable Iieal Estate for Sale. THE fine estate corner Brackett and Walker Sts. The lot contains over 26,000 square feet. Title perfect and terms favorable. Apply to W. H. .1 F.PtlilS, marl dtf Iteal Estate Agent. For Sale. THE fine lot of Land on Spring, near nigh street known a8 the Boyd lot, containing about 10,000 feet; also about TiOD.OOO Brick and 200 percli of St* me. Said lot will be sold with or without the material. For further particulars enquire of JOHN G. TOL FORD, or CHARLES SAGER. mchlldlf Farms lor Sale. A Three Farms in York County are ofit red for sale by the subscri bjr* They are located as follows: One in Wuferbom’. One in JLyinan. One iu Kciiucbuukpoi’l. These Farms will be sold low, or exchanged on favorable terms for Real Estate in Portland, Saco, or Biddet'ord. Apply lor particulars at office 293 Commercial St., or at office in Saco. mar22d3w JOSEPH HOBSON. House ami Lot for Sale Very Low. HOUSE new, containing seven rooms, will be sold for $J.100, if applied for immc<liately. ALSO: Lots for sale at prices Irom one cent to $2 per foot. Enquire of JOSEPH REED, Real Estate Agent. Oak St. luar Congress. maibdtl Brick House for Mule. ON Bro-tvs) street, containing Fourteen finish ed Rooms hard and soft waf er, gas and other m »deru improvements. Posssession . Iven April 1. Apply to L>. 11. Ingraham, Esq., or W. H. JERRIS, marGdtf Real Estate Agent. Lot ttor Sale. riiHE lot on the northerly skle of Deering Street, JL adjoining the residence of Gen. J. D. Fessenden. Said lot-is sbety-two loot front mid one hundred leet in depth. Apply to J. C. PROCTER, mai lGdtf Real Estate Agent, Middle St. For Sale. . A FARM IN WELLS, MAINE. jh. ''AL T\ E»tau- of the late Samuel Hatch, '•»«*>JpP?aaL contains about 00 acres, 40 to 50 of J good wood land and pasture, good — 24 story House with L., large Barn, Sheds, &c. The Farm is located at Wells Corner on main road; churches and, schools near, and in the iinmo date vicinity of the well-known summer re s5rf, Wells Beach; nill be sold low and on easy terms to close up the estate. Those wishing to see the Farm can apply to SAMUEL ELDR1DGE, near the premises. For tortus, &c., inquire oi GEORGE R. HIGHBORN & CO., No. 1 Scollay’s Bud ing, or address Box lit P. O. Boston, Mass. marlGdlin House and Lot for Sale, SITUATED in Westbrook, near the end of Tit key’s Bridge. A story and a half house, with tf,G00 leet of land, shade and iruifc trees. House con tains eight rooms, with large attics, and has stable room for one horse and carriages,connected. It is lo cated on the corner of Winslow Street and tho road leading to the Marine Hospital. Price $2,000. Ap ply to L. A. BACHLLDER, (King, Tliurlowd: Co.) 1G5 Commercial St. Mj.rch W. ana* Farm lor hale. rnHE homestead of the late Scott Dyer, Cape Eliz I. abeth, four miles south of Portland Bridge, con taining about 100 acres, good soil, in good state of cultivation, tencos all stone wall, young orchard, 75 trees gralteu fruit. Pleasantly located. School and Church within £ mile. For terms, &c., apply on the premises or io E. C. ROBINSON, mcli20—tt 13 Moulton Street. For Sale—House on Park St BEING about to remove from iliis city I ofler lor sale my House, No. 05 Park St. It is good size aud conven ent, with all ihe modern improvements, Bathing room, in which is Hot and Cold water, Gas, Eumace, &c. Con ected witli house is a go<«l stable. Po'Session given first day of May next. Enquire at No. vSOtt 4 oiiiiiacrcaul Si. head of Hobson's wharf, of J. J£. II union, the subscriber,STEPHEN PATTEN, or of W II. JEORIS, Beal Estate Agent. JunWoodtf Farm lor Sale. TIIE ‘‘Mark Allen” esiate, containing two hun dred acrc3, situated within one and a half miles oj Pownal Depot, in Pownal, County of Cumber land. Said larm is well divided into pasturage, til lage and wood land. Is well watered, has good and convenient buildings- cuts some sixty tons of hay, and has some twelve hundred cords ot merchantable wood for the market, besides enough for the farm. This estate would make two good farms, and will he sold together or in separate lots. Inquire of John H. Noyes, near the premises, or ^ CHARLES C. COBB, Executor, 99 Lisbon Stree.,Lewiston, Me. March 13. t*od&wtf For Sale. SITUATED near Broad Cove, within a few rods < f O Cumberland Depot, a convenient story and a hah house and barn, witli an excellent garden and choice fruit trees, a never failing well of water, and ten acres of the best of land. The house and garden will be sold separately if desired. Will be sold at a low price If applied for immediately.* A good chance for a person doing business in the city. xuar23eod2w* ' J. MERRILL. FOIt SALE. \ Desirable Residence at Cumberland f^nter. former residence of Watson Newhall. A good Two Story House well lurnirked, painted and blind ed, with an L., Wood House, Carriage House, Bain, tfc.. with about Twenty Acres ot Land, a iarge Or chard, yielding some >ears 100 barrels of apple.. Will be sold low. I mine iatc possession given. Inquire ot .JOHN 0. PROCTER inarl6deod3w House ior Sale. A desirable Brick House, No 2G Spring street, Hjjji containing eleven room, hard aud soit water. M*L Apply to ALPHEUS SHAW. April 1, 67. _apr2d3\v For Sale, or for Long Lfase. TWO ot those Store Lots on the Northerly side of Middle Street, near the head of Plum Street, re cently covered by the Granite Block. Apuly to EDWARD E'OX or EBEN STEELE. Portland, March 6,1867. deodlm C It O U PI C It O L PI DR. HOOKER’S Cough and Croup Syrup CROUP, COUCHS FROM COLDS, Foarsanosa, Catarrhal Goughs, COUGHS. FROM HUMORS AND BRONCHI4L COUGHS, and gives speedy relief in Whooping Coughs. aud Asthma, and often cure* the latter, and invfun'ihiy shortens tlie run ot the former. L IfChiMrcu are liable to be attacked with Croup without a moment’s warning. It is, therefore im portant that every lamilv should have constantly at hand sonic simple and pleasant, vet efficacious rem edy lor the cure of this painful and too often fatal disease. Such a remedy is Dr. HooUcr’a Cough and Croup Syrup. For sale by all Druggists. C. D. LEET, Proprietor, Springfield. Mass. Demos Barnes & Co., 21 Park Bob-, New York, will also supply the Trade at List Prices. Mar27eowly A Grave Charge. THE clown of Skill’A Gaylor’s Minstrels, when asked “ who first introduced gambling into this country,” answered, “ California Cheap John. — Whether tliisls true or not it does not matter; lint one thing is certain, that California Cheap John was tlie first to introduce into tins city I-ood Cloth ing, Gent’s Furnishing Goods, data and ■loom at unusually low prices. Call and see him. Remember tlio number, 335 Congress Street. March 27. dtf_ HECK Ell’S Celebrated SeU-llising Buckwheat. Hocker’s Celebrated Wheatcn Greats. Hccker’s Celebrated Hominy and Farina »«’y * *» ST -. . 11 11 entertainments/ 4 | PORTLAND THEATRE? I Ijckmcch Jk Proprietors, Smith, Hadley A- Co ; Staoe Dibectou, - - YV. E. Sufkidan. lTCU v.St BKK, - - - - U. W. HaDLKY. Croat Success of (he Mew Company. | Wednesday Eveniuy.Apr. 3(1. ' ^ i ' ^uct eseiul play entitled Mill Water* Run Deep ,22? w;iu a Votvi,c UltAND PKKFORMANt.'l', ON tui hsi..v . „ teknoon and kvknimV a' af' gCALE of Prices.—Admission CO ,-u p, Saits 73 cts. OaUerv 36 da. t5' “«»«r»wl Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to common,„ at a quarter to eialrt. ute r.y 'Box otli e 01*11 Daily for wlc or usenal ko. from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. “tatB Mat 23—dtlt ' PAslr 1> a V! Grand Concert! - AJiD - PROMENADE! - BY THE - ORCHESTRAL UNION. FlkTKKN PGBFOIIJIklB)! X>. II. Chandler, . , , Conductor. Mechanics’ Hall ! Thursday Evening, April 4, 1807. nT" Tickets 50 cents each. Doors o|>cn at seven o’clock. To commence at eight o’clock. ap2d3t .idw/ / THE Sunday School of the Chestnut M. E. Church will celebrate its Anniversary in the CHESTNUT STREET CHURCH, on the Evening of Fast Day, April 4th. The entertainment will consist of Singing, (Solos and Choruses] Recitations, Dialogues, &c. And many of tho choruses will be sung by the Tull School, numbering 4*6 members. A GOOD TIME IS PROMISED. Doors open at seven o’clock. Exorcises will begin at half past sev en. Admission 25 cts. Children under TWELVE, 15 cents. Tickets to be had a f Bailey & Noyes’ and at tho door. apr2d3t ---- — MANUFACTURE THE Most Popular Collars now iu Use, A>D FOB Ease, Elegante of Pit <fc (strength of Material Are Unsurpassed.' LEADING STYLES : “Cte«e,B1” and “Gipwr,” cunmrllcd. “Linen I'inish,” which, being water-proqf, are taking the lead of all others. “Clipper,”—“L Improved,”—1“Medal,”— nml “Mhalrnpenre.” Dr. Charles T. Jackson, state Assayer, having cer tified our collaiu “/ree from all harmless ivgredi tnts,” BFV 1VO OTHERS. For sale by dealers generally. F. A HAWLEY & CO. Manufacturers Selling Agents and Importers of Men's Furnishing (roods, 1*1 Oil* A it Arch NtrecH, Boston. A pi loodiiW I^OR washing white goods this Soap is unsurpassed; it is made Irom Pure and Clean Material, and warranted not to spot, stain or injure the finest fabric Ladies, by using the Pioneer Soap your clothes will wash easier, look nicer, and smell sweeter than with any other Soap in market. Pioneer Soap Saves Time. Mouey. Labor and Clothe*. Printers, Painters aud Mechanics generally will find this an excellent Soap tor the hands, as it erad icates din quicker, leaves the hands soft and smooth, and proven is them from chapping. TRY IT. Sold by every Wholesale and Retail Grocer. Man illas ured by TAYLOR & YOUNG, No. 18C Front Street, New York. Churchill, Hunt & Melcher, 87 Commercial Street, D. B. Ricker & Co., 18o Fore Street, agents lov Maine. March 22. eoillin* M U N R O ’ S TONIC BITTERS. THIS highly approved medicine hue now been in general use lor the period of ten years, and has acquired the reputation of being the very best tonic and alterative before the public, its prominent in gredient, to whicli it largely owes its remedial effica cy, is an extract from a Common American Field Plant, which as hero combined and prepared, is kuown to the proprietor alone. It is a specitlc for the numer ous and seriou* ailments arising »rom a disordered state of the stomach, bowels and blood, such as Debility, Dyspepsia, Foul Stomach, Humors of the Blood and Skin, Indigestion, Languor, Drowsiness, and all kindred diseases. Though pre pared of the best mater.als and with the utmost care, it is, nevertheless, atloniedat a materially lower price than any other medicine of (professedly) similar char acter in the market -FOR SALE BY - JAMBS K. Ll/iVr & co., DrBgei.u, .'MS Caugrexx St., Portlnud. March 26. eod2m Black Diamonds! OKA T0NS DIAMOND COAL; egg and «tove sixes, now landing from schfr A. A. Andrews. This Coal is tree-burning, pure and what is wanted for soring and summer use lor cook stoves and vangesf of light-draft. 362 tons JOHNS’ COAL: stove, egg and bToken sizes, landing from Sch. Z. L. Adams. This Coal is hard, and one of best grades for good drafts. CENBERLAND COAL for Smiths’ nee, as usual. JAMES U. BAKER, Mar. 29, 1867. • dtf Richardson's Whf. MB. W. HA VjEMAJfJV contemplates making Portland las residence, and will be pi cpai d to give lessons in Music ancl tlie German and Span ish Languages, AFTER APHIli 1, 1SUJ. Persons desirous to take lessons may leave their address at Paine’s Music Store, corner of Center and Congress Streets, where circulars may be found. ll$ferince»—Hon. A. E. Stevens, Dr.S.Fitch, Chas. B. Merrill, Esq., W. W. Stevens, Esq , N P. Rich ardson, Esq., J. H. Hall, Esq. mchl2eodlin EASTEBN EXPRESS CO. NOTICE : THE Government have decided that they will pay the express charges both ways upon 7 3-10 Bonds sent to Washington tor exchange. The Eastern Ex press Company will receive and forward *uch Bends under their contract with the Government without charge to the owners, and the Department will return m carriage paid. feblsdtf To Parties Intending to Build. A MASTER Carpenter and jeiner desires work for the season. Satisfactory references given. Can furnish several good workmen if desired. Address “Carpenter," box 1,938, or enquire at No. 8 Moul ton Street. Portland, March|25, 1867. eodiw* Oread Collegiate Institute, For Young Ladies, Worcester, Mass BUILDINGS repaired and reuunishrd. Now in the most nourishing condition it has been since it* establishment In 1*J8. Summer Term begins April 12. Send for Circular. HARRIS U. GREENE, A. M., Principal. MISS S. B. PACKARD, Asso. Principal. marHdlm Noth’**. IT in agreed by the undersigned Stable Keepers oi Portland, Unit on and nfier April 1st, 1|#>7, that the j*rice oi' horse hoard will be Jo i*er week with one carriage. Vllae V ,\ger’ William A. Fenley, Ubby * Wore, j, y Robinson, liavid Avertii & Go., smith A Burnham, Samuel flttzeUnn. j0lm Tobin, iclVn rlf 'S11’ - „ Isaiah Jones, H. L. la>1or Co., Ocorsc Eose. March i:8. dlw* f’O H TK. INSTRUCTION GIVEN on tlie PIANO-FORTE, bv Miss A<J>iKS M. LORD. 421 Congress strew# Mar 3rtdvm A POCKET TIMEKKKPKK sent free to even' new subscriber to the Tempt./•<*»£* al. Term* FIFTY ..ENTS t*1 year. ihe'Iluie keeper indicates solar tinno with greater accuracy than the most expensive itol.i vr »Uver watch. Sent by mail nost i»;iitl. on receipt oi subscription. Address man. I*ost l' “^MpKHA'CE Jot-rtiAL, Troy, N. Y. March 28- illw» __ Dll. EMKABETII O. A DA 11*, of Care Ellzalath, (formerly Mr*. Cliainherlln.ol Port land). ComsultaUm free at her office at ,T. li. Teni ple A Co.'* St rc, comer Congress and lVailStreetr, Portland, every Wednesday. Kelly's celebrated Medicines to be had at her office and residence Mar cl, 25. d3tn. CMOKED TONGUES, BACON and HAMS, of a O superior quality, lor sale by ni;>r'->"Jtl___J. 1,. WEEKS. :v( ) £™L2S1,i> Cana<la and Vermont Batter, just received and tor sale by mr2!,tf_• VKUU3 * "1 Forest. 1111F, NICEST QUALITY OF WIIITE DRIPS. For sale by I mar29dtt j, l. WEEKS* Notice. T1IE first meeting of the Corporators of ti* t , Sugar Refinery," will bo Veld at the "(Be. or said Refinery, on Fore Street, ott Saturday. I day of April,,’ext, at 3 o’clock i*. M,»»« I,ur»’°“ of organization. JOHN SPARED"’ JOHN DYNOH March 23, M. dtd ”^9° Corporators, ^I AUCTION »AJJB8. JOHN ( not ki tt| Anclionxr and Apprabfr, (Ufflce with Evans A Bailey) mrM NOi- '41 FREE STREET BLOCK. .Itf »■ Auction O af homo- No. to Brown' Sc!’ “J 10 o’clock A M., iu sail) house, consisting of 11 2.' aL 1,1 c furniture stuffed furniture, mahogany extcmm,5el,>’.I1'alf0*aD * bles, Ac., Ac. 5 xicuslon ami other la -Als>. Two Eug'bh Brussel*, oilcloih ami other t art., Sale positive. .IOHN CR(x;kv'Ji« I- dt.l __ Auctioneer. ■ V K. M. FATTEN & CO.,^ Slocks at Auction. ON WEUNESDAV, April 3, at 11 o’clock A. M., at the Merchants Exchange, comer ol Foru aud Exchange Streets, will be sold *m> Shares ForUand Rolling Mills, den Shares Attwood Lead Co. S‘.“ sl,ar* » In Portland Fior. r 'Ve Shares Eastern Paeket Co. March 27,1867. JOUN RAND’ >»• H. UBlFEB, tll llONEEK. U- s‘ Cotton Sale!/ JOHN H. IMtk|>|.|t & CO. WILL sELt. OS Thursday, April 4th% 1GG7f at one o’clock p. M., attheir Suit’s Room, No. n*2 |>(.ai.| (Hanover Square,) by order of Francis Robinson «Dec ial agent Treasury lJep -.ctm.ut, ’ 600 Bales North « arolina and Geor gia Cotton. The above cotton bail been sampled and classed by G. W. Amory, and may bo seen bv sample at tb« office o4 the Auctioneers, No. 112 Pearl street, New York, two day* betbre the sale. mar25dtd ft). Hi. PATTEN A CO., Auctioneer*, PLUM STREET. Dwelling House iu Chatham St. AT AUCTION. ON FRIDAY, April 5th, at $ past 2 P. M, on tbo premises, will be sold the new two storied wood en dwelling No 7 Chatham atieet. The house is con veniently arranged foi one or w i litinilie*; tbo 2nd story uutiuiahed; has seven rooms. Tbo lower §t«ry can be finished at a small excuse. Tbo building is on leased land, to run five years, at a rent of fifty do Jars and taxes. Building can be examined any time Sale positive and tor cash. April 2. dtd E. M. PATTEN Ac CO.f AUCTIONEERS, OFFICE PLUM STREET. Special Auction Sale. OUR new store on Exchango g reet not being com pleted, we shall hold one more and the last sale in our present quarters on Plum str* et Saturday April 6 at 10 o’clK,\vhen we shall tell w lthout reserve 20 New Mattj esses, 12 Feather Bt ds, 20 Pr Blankets, White and Colored Quilts, ItuuaA Towels, Crash, Linen Shirts and Drawers, Broad Cloth, Hosiery, Coats, Pants, Vests, Carpet, with a lot ol remnants, &c. At 11 oclock, 15 New Watt lies, Plated Cake Bas kets, Ice Pitchers, Table Cutlery, Act. Also, on account ol Mr. —— cnuse. ol Cumberland Mills, bill ot goods purchased by him March 2d. April 2, E. M. PATTEN Ac CO., Auctioneers PLUM STREET. Valuable Property in Westbrook at Auctiou. ON WEDNESDAY, lotli day of April, at half past two P. M., (or if stormy first fair day,) will bo sold on toe premise* without tbc least re serve, the lollowuig described parcels oi Real Es tate in Westbrook, us follows, viz: Homestead situ ated at Allen's corner, so called, containing about forty acres of laud, with the buildings thereon, con sisting oi a good oue and a hail stoned Farm House, •with L attached, with Kitchen, Wood and CarrJugo House. Also, a large Harn 3b by *u leer, with Shed and Com House near by, buildings all conveniently arranged and in good re pa r. Also, another lot of Land at said Aiien’s corner, containing about 17 acres, with good Barn, Piggery an t Shed, all iu tins order. —ALSO— About 20 acres of drained meadow, as good or bet • ter lamlibr gardening than can be found m the State, situated near Alien's cyriior on the rood leading to Portland via Tukey’s bridge. • —A Lai)— A bout ,*> acres ot Mete low and Upland situated on the rood leading from Allen’s to Morrill's corner, be ing a very desirable lot fur building aiul gardening. Au of said land in he town of Westbrook, about 3 miles irorn the city of Portland, and one mile from P. K. Railroad and Portland Horse Railroad. Ail or the above Lands aro m a l.igh state of > ultl va:ion, with a very large amount of front, and very desirable for building lots, (arming «.r gardening. Immediately alter sale of Beal Estate will be sold about two hundred Sheep and Lambs, six t ows and Heiicrs, two Horses and four Hogs, together with Wag .ns, Farming Tools and a portion of the House hold Furniture. The above property to to be sold to the highest bid der. :»n<l on tlio most favorable terms. Cush, If tho purchasers so de.-ire, or one quarter cash, the bal ance from one to five years with note and mortgage, interest at six per cent, semi annually. The per sonal property to be sold lor cash. For particulars call on Cyrus Thurlow, 1G3 Com mercial street, or on the Auctioneers. fcjr~Sale to commence with tue Homestead. Mar 27 Valuable Heal Estate at Auction. ON THURSDAY, April11, at 3 o’clock f M, I shall sell the valuable lot of land on Pearl steel, being tho Dwelling Moumc l.oi of the late Uou. Eliphalet Crcely. It Is 10• teet on Pearl btieet, by about 107 feet back, with the debris theteou. There is a dressed grauite walk of about 50 feet in length by about 3 feet uninjured and the uiulerplnlng is dressed granite. All the material ou the ground is good. Only one of the shade trees in lfunt of tho house was destroyed by the lire. This Is one of the mo d valuable and desirable lor* in the market pleas antly and centrally situated—in a very desiruble neighborhood—within 90 feet ol Congress street and near the Park. Sale positive mr29td JOSEPH S. BAILEY, Auc ioneer. Sale of Timber Lauds for Bates’ - College. Land Oizfice, i Bangor, March!, 18*7.) NOTICE isboreby given, in pursuance of “ Ke solve to carry into effect chapter two hundred eighty-tour of the Resolves of eighteen hundred six ty-four In favor of Bates* College,” approved Febru ary 28, 18b7, that townships numbered 8, Kange 17 and 10 Range 17 W EL S, situated upon the Upper Saint John River, excepting the Southeast quarter ot the last named township, will be offered for sale by public auction tor the benetit of said College, st the Land Office in Bangor, on Wednesday the 11th day of September next, at 12 o’clock, noon. one third cash and satisfac'ory notes payable in on and two years, secured by mortgage on the prem ises, will be received ,n payment. ISAAC R. CLARK, marSdtSept 11, Land Agent. P. O. BAILEY,* (Successor to H. Bailey & Son,) Auctioneer, Commission Merchant, - AND - REAL ESTATE BROKER. Office (at present) at Ne. 176 Fore Street) Up Stairs, Portlaad. April 1, 1807. dtf _ MEDICAL ELECTRICITY DR. W. n7 DEWING, JtfEedical Electrician^ 174 MIDDLE 81'KKKT, Nearly Opposite the Hailed State* Hate WHERE he wonld respecttully announce to citizens ot Portland anil vicinity, that he • permanently located in this city. During the three years we have been in this city-, we have cured some oi the worst forms of disease in persons who have tried other forms ol treatment in vain, and curing patient * in so short a time that the question is often asked, do they stay cured? To answer this question we will say that all that do not stay cured, we doctor the second time without charge. Dr. D. has been a practical Electrician for twenty one years, and is also a regular graduated physiciaL Electricity is perfectly adapted to chronic disease*!* the formoi nervous or sick headache; uenn*gia in the head, neck,or extremities; consumption wbe* lu the acute stages or where the lungs are not fully iuvolved; acute or chronic rheumatism scroftala, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas* Dance, deafness, stam mering or hesitancy oi sjteech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver camplamt, piles—we cure every case that can be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures m the chest, and all forms of temal* complaints. By Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the Lime and the lazy leap with joy, and move with the agility and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain is cooled; the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities r<* moved; faiutues* converted to vigor, weakness to strength ; the blind made to see, the deal to hear ar.<i the nalsied form to move upright; the blemishes <3 youth are obliterated; the acoidknt» ot mature lito prevented; the calamities ot old acre obviated and an active circulation maintained. LADI E S Who have cold ham." ana teet; weak stomachs, lam aud weak backs; nervous and sick heailache, dizzi ness and swimming in the head, with indigestion and constipation of the bowels ; pain in the side and back; leucorrhcea, (or whites); lulling of the womb with in ternal cancan; tumors, polypus, and all that long train ofdiseases will find in Eiecti iciiy a sure means of cure. For painful menstruation, too ,-*om8* menstruation, and all ol those long line or trouble* with young ladies, Electricity is a certain specific, and will, in nsUort time, restore fhe sufferer to the vigor ot health. TEETHS TEETH! TEETHl Dr. D. still continues to Extract fetili bj Elko tricity without fain. Person* having:decayed teeth or stumps they wish to Lave removed foi reset ting ho would give a polite invitation to call. Suiierior Electro Magnetic Machine* lor saia for family nee, with thorough instm. turns. Dr. D. can accommodate a few patients with board •ml treatment at his bouse. Office hours from 8 o’clock A. M. to 12 M.; from to 6 P. M-. and 7 to 9 in the evening. Consultation fre*. novltf Steamers for Sale. STERN WHEEL STKAMlltS “Falcon." and “Clarion," 2 years old, of thu following dimen sions: Lengili to.1 feet; width over nil 2b hot; depth tbet; draft of water 32 inches; tf good speed, with large ttoight and passenger rapacity, in good order and ready tor service, with full inventory. Em.uire of ROSS A- STL' RDIVANT, mcUlSdlm 73 Commercial Street. International Steamship Oo. TITERE Will be a Special Meeting of the Jn tarna tion .1 Steamship Company at their Otlice.coraar Union and Commercial streets, oh THURSDAY, April eleventh, at 3 o’clock P. M to see if the StocK holders will vote to increase the CapPaJ Stock or «d Company, and to act on any other business that y legailv come before the meeting, Per order ofthe Direct™. UBBY St . retary. Portland, March 27,1367. _mr*3dtd For Sale. wtnnifv is offered fora man with a A by purchasing the StaU Right of Town.end'e Patent Glass Door Plate, a a. » and red have been put on in Portland At™** the i!«2 week. For farther particulars en during the l1*** E A BACHKLDEB, 29 Green Street. To Wagon Builders. YOUR attention is called to l>enn»:tt’s Patent Dumping Wagon. It is simple In construction, and c»wU no more than any wagon. The load rest* equally on the lore and hind wheels. It dumps Be tween the axles. In short, this dumping wagou la the best extant. We wish to correspond with wagon builders throughout the country in relation to mak I ln« and filing there & CO.. I 286 Cougrew St., Portland, M«,