Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 9, 1867, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 9, 1867 Page 3
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LATEST NEWS UY TELEGUAl-II lu THE rOKTUUID DA II. A P!U>S. ———--—• Tuesday Morning. April 0, 1367. urn ■ — XLth CONGRESS—Executive Session. Washington, April 8. HKNATK. Mr. Williams offered a resolution that the President of the Senate, at5 o’clock P. M Wednesday, adjourn the present session ut t *«■ Senate sine dir.. ,, Mr. Sumner objected to the present consid eration of tin* resolution. . , mr The President of tin* Senate appointed Mr. Johnson on the Committee on I tinting, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death ot Mr. -Uiddlc. . Mr. Willey offered a resolution, which was adopted, that the Secretary of War lie required to communicate to the Senate copies of all deeds, conveyances mid other evidence of title by which the United States have claims to anv lands, tenements and w ater privileges at or near Harper* Ferry in West Virginia, what parts tliereot, i! any, have been sold or trans l, i rod, and for what pursues, and whether then* is any reason why any parts of the lands, tenements ami water privileges unsold and un disposed of 4»ould not now be sold. I In* Senate then went into executive session. I'roiii Withliaiigkou. Washington, April 8. Leave will be asked on the next motion day of the .Supreme Court of the United States to lile a petition of the State of Georgia, asking that the President of the United States and military commanders of that district be en joined and restrained from executing the act for the better government of the rebel Suites; the object being as in the Mississippi case, to test the constitutionality of the law of Con gress. Messrs. O’Conner, ol‘New York, and Gen. S. Black have already been engaged, and will be associated with other counsel for the petitioners. The Supreme Court had before it to-day the ease of Joseph De Hans etat appellants, vs. the United Htates appelee. .Fudge Black, Senator Stewart, of Nevada, William Evans, of New York, T. A. Dix and Montgomery Blair appeal for the appellants, and Attorney General Stau berry, Caleb Cushing, Senator Cole, of Califor nia, John A. Willis and Harvey S. Brown for appellee, and those having interest under titles from the United States. James M. Carlisle is counsel lor San Francisco. The case is an ap peal from the United States District Court of California, which rejected the claim. The title of lands in question in or near San Francisco, involves from $:i,000,<N)0 to $15,000,000. The United States maintains that the claimant have no title inchoate or final, that their claim is entirely destitute of equity, and should b. rejected. Mr. Dix addressed the Court to-day for the appellants. The < 'ounuittee oil Foreign Relations report ed back to the Senate this afternoon the Run- , sian-American treaty, reconi mending its rati fication. It is understood that Mr. Sumner made a speech in its favor, when the subject was passed over until to-morrow, at which time the Senate will meet at 11 o’clock to af ford ample opportunity for discussion, that a vote may be reached before adjournment the same day. The prospect now is that the treaty will lie ratified by the requisite two-thirds vote. This prompt action has becu insured by the fact that tin* the treaty, according to re port, allows only three mouths in which to take j definite a ‘.turn. The following allotment of Judges was an nounced in tlie Supreme Court to-day:—First Circuit, comprising Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, Justice Clifford; Second Circuit,pomprising New York, Vermont, and Connecticut, Justice Nelson; Third Circuit, comprising Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, Justice Grier; Fourth Circuit, com prising Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia, Chief Justice Chase; Fifth Circuit, compris ing Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas, Justice Wayne; Sixth Circuit, comprising Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee, Justice Swayne; Seventh Cir emit, comprising Indiana, Illinois and Wiscon sin, .Fustic Davis; Eighth Circuit, comprising Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and Arkan sas, Justice Miller; Ninth Circuit, comprising California, Oregon and Nevada, Justice Field. The Senate to-day confirmed the following nominations:—George L. Andrews to Lie U. S Mar.'hal of Massachusetts; Wm. C. West, to l>« Naval Storekeeper at Kittcry, Me. For the week ending Tuesday, Kith iust., 22fi patents will be issued from the Patent Office. During the past week about 050 applications and 70 caveats have been filed. The condition of Thaddcus Stevens has much improved since yesterday, and lie is not now wholly confined to hi ; bed, but sat up a con siderable part of to-day. I)<‘Nlriicliv<> Fire*. # Lewtston, Aprils. About throe aud a half o'clock this after noon lire caught in the picker of the Lewiston Mill, and immediately communicated with the cotton room on the second floor. Instantly :i sheet of flame flashed over the whole room, and extended through the picker room. Six streams of water from hydrants were thrown upon the flames, aud the lire extinguished. The building was slightly damaged by the lire. The machinery was somewhat injured by wa ter. From one to two tons of cotton were burned. The main part of the mill will run as usual to-morrow and thereafter.* All the losses are covered by insurance. Cleveland, Ohio, April 8. The foundry of English Sc Dixon in New Philadelphia, Ohio, was burned last uight.— Loss $70,000. Insured $20,000. Bomanvjllk, C. W., April 8. The large three story brick building occu pied by the Romanvillc Furniture Manufac turing CompanJ, with its entire contents was destroyed by fire on Saturday night. Loss very heavy. One hundred and thirty persons have been thrown out of employment on ac count of the lire. Ilnvann, Hayii nu«l -tlo»i«lurn«. New York, April 8 Havana correspondence, dated April :kl,says three frigates of the Spanish South Pacific licet, with Admiral Murcz commanding in per son, have arrived at Santiago de Cuba. The causes given for this movement are conflicting. ih<; most important and probably the most ie liable is that Admiral Murcz is eu route for Washington to represent Spain in the Peace Congress proposed by Mr. Seward. The steamer H. It. Cuyler is said to have been captured by the frigate “Guaria,” aud brought to Santiago. Advices from liayti report that Nissagesagct had assumed the reins of government, aud that all was quiet. By way of Havana we have intelligence in detail of the last nows from British Honduras. The Anglo-Indian war difficulty was at end 80 far as actual hostilities are concerned, but considerable excitement of a very unhealthy character prevailed in the colony. The mahogany cutting influence of England was on the way toward complete disappear ance. American enterprise by settlement and agricultural development of the territory are equally needed. The IndiniiM Preparing Tor War wilh iIh , , While*. St. Louis, April 8. A special dispatch to the Democrat, from St. Joseph, says the Montana Post of the 4th inst. gives the following information in regard to the Indian*: Eighteen hundred Lodges of Sioux, numbering three warriors in each lodge, under the chiefs Red Cloud, Iron Plate and While Young Bull, are encamped on Big Torn river, about .85 miles from Fort Smith. ! he Crows, Bloods, Pegu ins, Groseiltoes and * Sioux have made peace among themselves and joined in league against the whites. About 80 lodges are yet north of the Missouri river, but will cross over and camp near Muscle Shell river as soon as Spring opens, and after con centrating their forces the confederation will wage war against the whites. They say the whites have occupied their only hunting ground, and that death is inevitable, and they ureter it in battle rather than by starvation. The commandant at Fort Smith doubts his ability to hold his position, and it. is thought that if reinforcements do not arrive soon, lie will come to Clard's Fort on the Yel low Stone. New York Item*. New York, April 8. Steamer Juno left Wilmington, N. C., March loth for this ]x>rt, and is supposed to have been lost, as no information lias been received of her. At a meeting of the Methodist Conference to-day the Secretary of the Missionary Society reported that there would bo a deficiency of $150,000 at the close of the present year. The Government commission, lor examining life saving apparatus, met to-day. Mr. Bemis was chosen President, when the commission adjourned until to-morrow. Over ninety in ventors have registered their names and inven tions. A report from Albany says measures are pre paring quietly for the arrest and bringing to justice of at least half a dozen of the most no torious lobby operators in behalf of New York jobs. 4'nUle Ili^iiHU hi v. . London, April 7. At.» recent meeting of the. liberal members of Parliament, it was resolved fn offer a deter mined opposition to the reform hill introduced by the Government. They propose to bring the. tjecL to a test Vote as soon as possible' and conliilently expect to curry a majority of Parliament against the bill, in which event the mem I tors of the Porby Cabinet will resign. Liverpool. Anril r>. The American barque Elizabeth is reported to have gone ashore in the Baltic during a se vere storm. iinmlxitioii of the Town of Dr Sola—One Hundred Live* 1.0*1. St. Lotus, April 8. Advices from below say that the town of Do Soto, opposite Vicksburg, was suddenly inun dated a few days since, and that from seventy to one hundred negroes were drowned. The people of Vicksburg used strenuous efforts to rescue t he poor creatures, hut could omy reach such as had secured temporary places of safe ty. The town was exclusively occupied by ne groes. Cniifidixin Affair*. Montreal, April 8. The trial of Lieut. Col. George Brown, who was pursued and arrested in Europe on a charge of embezzlement of Government funds, was concluded to-day by a verdict of not guilty. Til. ivin.-o .,1 WsW regimont was served with new rifles to-day. J’roaeinaclier lias Iswn found guilty Gf p0|. seniriR .bin tress, and sentenced to be hanged. Fire in HelfitAt. Belfast, April 8. 'flic dwelling house and buildings owned and occupied py Hon. A. G. J< \vett. Mayor of this < ify were totally destroyed by fin* this morning, 'flu* furniture was saved in a dam aged condition. The fire originated in a de fective chimney, insured in the Hartford and Etna office for $10,000. 9f mcellftiM'ftf** Cincinnati, April 8. Three men, Case, Anglus and Goetz, the murderers ol Mr. Hughes, have been sentenced to be bung on the .WtU lust. H artford, Conn., April 8. The Democrats carried the city election to i day by tW majority, a gain of 130 from last ! Monday. They elected four of the si* Alder men and sixteen of the twenty-four Council i men. A light vote was polled. The Denm i , rats are celebrating their victory by a proces sion aud bonfire. r i ^ GouisviU.k, Ky., April 8. Judge Ballard, ot the United States District Court of Kentucky, has deposed A. H. Hub bard l nited States Commissioner at Lexing ton, tor usurping authority not delegated to Augusta, Ga., April 8. Gen. Sweeney has disbanded the negro mili tia companies of this city. A mass meeting of the freedmen will beheld on Wednesday. Some prominent citizens ol the State have been invited to address the meeting. Richmond, April 8. Gcu. Schofield has issued orders that all va cancies occurring in offices before the conven tion is held, can only he filled by persons who have taken the oath to support the Constitu tion of the United States. Trenton, N. J., April 8. At the city election to-day, Reed, Democrat, was elected Mayor, together with the entire Democratic ticket for city officers. The Dem ocratic majority in the Council is 7. Indian Troubles. San Francisco, April 8. The Indian on the J’oopa Reservation have declared war against the whites. They have killed the Sub-Agent, Robert L. Stockton, and two employees, and burned all the Government property. The whites i n Klamath river atf fortifying and preparing for their defence. _ Fire nml Loss of Life. Pktrolia, C. W. April 8. A bakery owned by Jonathan Keith was destroyed by fire yesterday, and two of Mr. Keith’s daughters, aged twenty-one and eight years, perished in the flames. The rest of the family barely escaped with their lives. THE MAitKETft. Financial. New York. April 8! Gold closed Arm at 1352 @ 136- The Government Iiuk been selling gold quite freely. The money mar ket is generally easier at 7 per cent, on call. Govern ment securities were generally lower this afternoon on gold bonds. The Assistant Treasurer to-day bought 7-30’s to the amount of a million, and pai<l out three millions more than he received. Stockb Arm at the last open board but active aud higher alter call. Petroleum and Mining shares Arm. Imports of specie during the week $<19,000. New York Iffarkef. New York, April 8. Cotton—a shade easier; sales 1,200 bales; Middling uplands 274 @ 28c. Flour—10® 15r. higher; sales 12,000 bbls.; State at 10 15® 1335; Round hoop Ohio 12 25® 1452; Western 10 15 ® 14 50; Southern at 11 90 ® 17 50. Wheat—3 @ 5e higher; sales 55,000 bush {Milwau kee No. 3 at 2 58; No. 2 do at 2 60 @ 2 70; White Cal ifornia at 335 ® 3 40. Corn-active, excited and 2 @ 3c higher; sales 186, 000 bush.; Mixed Western 1 24 ® 1 254 in store, and 1 25£ ® 1 27 afloat; Yellow Southern at 1 264. Oats—active and excited and 2 @ 3c higher; sales 124,000 busli.; State at 75 ® 77c. Beef—steady. Pork—close.! Arm; new mess 23 00 ® 25 00. Lard—more active and Armer; sales at 12®)13h for new In bbls. e Whiskey—quiet. Rice—dull and nominal. Sugars—steadv; Porto Rico at 12Jc: Muscovado at 10| % 112c; 553 boxes Havana at 114 ® 112. Coffee—Arm. * # Molasses—Arm and in good demand; sales Musco vado at 55 @ 60c. Naval Stores—quiet; Spirits Turpentine at 76 (S> 77c. Rosin at 4 124 ® 9 50. Petroleum—steady; sales of crude at 16c; reAncd bonded at 27 @ 28c. Tallow—steady ; sales at 11 @ 112 Freights to Liverpool—very quiet. Cotton per steamer 3d. Chicago markets. „ Chicago, April 8. Flour very firm and holders ask an advance of 15 @ 25c; Spring extra at 1100@ 1350. Wheat firm and advanced 2$c; sales No. 1 at 2 00, bind No. 2 at , .. r?— - — ® i 52 for tresh receipts , a • v Harley firm and advancing; sales at 1 19 (ft) 1 25 lor No. 2 in store, according to location. Provis ions dull and firmer. Mess Pork at 22 25 @ 22 374. Lard dull at 12] @ 12$c. Live hogs dull; sales at 7 Oo it/-17 (12$ tor good to extra smooth. - Receipts—4 500 bids, flour, 9,000 bush, wheat, 15 000 bush, com, 1,700 bush, oats, 000 hogs. Sbiil ments—8,000 oois. flour, 14,000 bush, wheat, 6,f,oO bush, corn, 3,000 bush. oats. Cincinnati marked*. , CINCINNATI, April 8. Flour buoyant and excited with an advance of 50 Cu) 75c, little ottering and difficult to quote; aumHinc spring Wheat at 11 00 @ 11 50; good trade brands at 12 75 (ft> 15 50; fiuicy brands at 1C 00 @ 17 50; in some cases best grades held at 18 00; rye flour at 9 oo.— Wheat advanced 10 @15c; no Spring in market; No. 3 Winter sold at 2 90, ami No. 2 do at 3 05 @ 3 10; No. Ido held at 3 25. Corn firmer; No. 1 Mixed at 90c iu bulb, and 1 00 in sacks. Oats advancing; sales at 73 @ 75c. Rye firm. Barley steady and unchang ed. Whiskey dull at 2 26. Provisions quiet and un changed. Mess Pork held held at 22 76 (ft 23 00. Bulk Meats at 8,10 and 11c. Bacon at 9$ 11| and 121c for shoulders, sides and clear sides. Lard was held at 12 13c. There lias not l*een demand enough lor any artierc to establish quotations, those given being rates asked. There in a firmer feeling on the part of hold ers, owing to the advance in gold. Butter scarce ami Arm at 30 @ 33c. Cheese at 17 @ 17jc; common Ohio at 18 @ 19c for factory. Exchange firm for par buy ing, and i premium selling. Money close ana no ease is looked for until the close, of tho week. Havana market. Havana, April 3—11 A. M. Sugars—market quiet; No. 12, 7 reals. Exchange —United States currency, 60 days, 29 @ 28 discount. Molasses scarce; here and at the principal porls clayed at 5$ @5$* Freights from outposts—Sugars 8$ (<!i 8$; Molasses 5 @ 54; Hay 5} @ 6. Lumber—W P scarce at 34 @36, and prices tend upward. Box Shooks dull at 7$ @8. Hbd Shooks nominal at M for sugar, and 2j @ 3 for molasses, Hoops nominal at 50 @ 55 for long; shaved 40 @ 45; rough 35 @ 44. Commercial—Per Cable. London, April 8, Noon. Consols tor money at 901. American Securities.—The following are tbe current qu nations for American Securities: Illinois Central Railroad Shares 771. Erie Railroad shares 37. United States 5-20’s 74$. London, April8, 2 P. M. United States 5-20 bonds 74f. Consols declined $. Liverpool, Aprils, Noon. The Cotton market easier; sales cstimateed at 7,000 bales; Middling uplands 12|<1. Com 41s 3d. Barley 4s Cd. Rosin, fine, 19s. Tallow 44s Od. Liverpool, April 8, 2 P. M. Cotton declined $ @ $d. Illinois Central declined J. There is a war panic. New York Attack market. New York, April 8. Stocks—excited. American Gold....135$ IJ. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1862.109} U.S. Five-Twenties, coupons,1864.107] IJ. S. Five-Twenties, coupons, 1865,.106 IJ. S. Five-Twenties, coupons new issue.1071 U. S. Ten-Forties, coupons.98 U.S. Seven-Thirties, 1st series.106 U. S. Seven-Thirties, 2d series.1053 U. S. Seven-Tliirties, 3d series.105j New York Central,.108 Eric. 55$ Erie preferred. 70@ 71 Hudson.130$ Heading,.100$ Michigan Central,.108 Michigan Southern,.09] Illinois Central,.111$ BomIom Stock Lint. Sales at the Brokers* Board, April 8. American Gold. 133$ United States 7 3-10ths, 1st series. lOf f “ 2d series. 105$ “ 3d series. 1052 United Si ales 5-20s, 18« 5. 108 United States Ten-iorties. 97$ PORTLAND Fire Alarm Telegraph. Directions and instructions for the use of the Fire Alarm Telegraph. 1ST. Alarms are sounded by strikiug the number of tho Box niton the ALARM BELLS, and upon the Gongs in the Engine Houses. Example: To annouuco the existence of a tire near Box No. 25, (corner of Middle and Exchaugo streets,) the Alarm Kells 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. Li. Engine House. Congress St., Mui^oy. 14. Cor. Washington and Oxford. 15. “ Adams and Mounttort. 16. Grand Trunk Depot. 17. Cor. Congress and India, is. “ Franklin and Cumberland. 21. *• Franklin and Newbury. 2.1. “ IWarket and Commercial. 24. Engine House, cor. Market and Congress. 25. Cor. Middle and Exchange. 26. “ Chestnut and Oxford. 27. “ Union ami Fore. 31. “ Preble and Con ress. 32. “ Portland aud Hanover. 34. “ South and Spring. 35. “ Maple and Commercial.* .‘i6. “ High and Danfort h. 37. Engine House, Congress near Oak St. 41. Cor. State and spring. 42. *• Danforth and Brackett. 43. “ Commercial and Clark. 45 Engine House. Brackett n^ar Pine St. Cor. Spring and Emery. 51. “ Brackett and Vaughan. *Box No. 35 will he temporarily located corner Ma ple and York Streets. Directions to those holding Signal Keys: 1st. in case ot fire the alarm is to be given from the Box nearest to the location of the fire, aud from no other Box. . wt L\ Open the door and pull the knob down gently S tlle 8rov© once and then lei go ot 11 wU1 returtt to its place. anil it LIKM’0? 1,1 ?iv'' «n alarm will first listen Urn. an aUnlftt lieanl proceed to pall tin, knobdirected ,“’k “® “ 3rd. It possible wait at th« CCe<1* . the firemen to the fire. ox> HO w direr* 4tli. The police upon liearine tho the number of the Box. alarm wil* call CAUTIONS: 1, Be sure there is a tire before sounding the alitrm. * 2. Never sound the alarm for a lire seen at a din tance. 3. Never open the box or touch the apparatus ex cept in case of fire. 4. Be sure your box is locked before leaving it. Npv©r let the key go out of your (possession, unless called for by the Chief Engineer. ♦>. H you remove from your house or flace of business, return the key to the Chiet Eng neer. Do not leant it with the new tenant. ihe Bells on the several Churches will sound a general alarm as usual un.il arrangements arc per fected to have the telegraph wires attached to such Bells as may be designated for that purnosr The location> £roflrewillI be £iven on Bulletin Boards at the several Engine Houses and at the Po lice Office. FRANKLIN C. NIOODIT, , , ^ Chief Engineer. Portland, March, Ink. mar25dtt ft / \ TUBS Prime Canada and Vermont Bauer’ just received and for sale by * mr2ntf J. L. WKKKS,72 74 Forest. QMOKED TONGUES, BACON and HAMS, of a ^“^©rior quality for sale by martMtt Ii. WEEKN. WlSCP.UAinEOtW. Afau de Magnolia.—The prettiest thing, the “sweetest thing,” and the most of it for the least money. It overcomes the odorot perspiration; soft ens and adds delicacy to the skin; is a delightful per fume; allays headache and inflamation, and is a nec essary companion in the sick room, in the nursery and ii|M»n the toilet sideboard. It can be obtained every where at one dollar per bottle. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. S. T.—1860.—X.—The amount of Plantation Bit ters sold in one year is something startling. They would till Broadway six leet high from the Park to 4th street. Drake’s manufactory is one of the insti tutions in New York. It is said that Drake punted all the rocks in the Eastern Slates with Ids cabalistic “S. T.—1860—X.,” juuI thou got the old granny legis lators to pass a law “preventing disfiguring the face oi nature,” which gave him a monopoly. We do not know how this is, but w e do know that Plantation Bitters SELL as no other article ever did. They are used by all classes of the community, and are dealb on Dyspepsia—certain. They are very invigoratim when languid and week, and a great appetizer.” k Barato u pring Water, sold by all Druggists. In lilting the kettle from the fire I scalded mysel very severely—one hand almost to a crisp. The tor tuie wjis unbearable. * * * The Mexican Mus tang Liniment relieved the pain almost immediately. It healed rapidly and left very little scar. ^S,i 4‘JO Broad street, Philadelphia.” Hus is merely a sample of what the Mustang Liiii lneut vvill »io. It is invuluabe in sail cases of wounds, sw ellings, sprains, cuts, bruises, spavins, etc., either ui*m man or beast. Beware of counterfeits. None is genuine unless wrapped iu the steel-plate engravings, bearing the signature of G. W. Westbrook, Chemist, and the pri vate stamp of Demis Barnes Co, New York. Saratoga Spring Water, 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 Kathariou. It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy, eradicates dand ruff, au.l causes the hair to grow with luxuriant beauty. It is sold everywhere. E. Thomas Lyon, Chemist, N. Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. What Did It? A young lady returning to hei country liomcatler a sojourn ot'a lew months in New I ork, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place ot a rustic hushed face, she had a soft ruby complex ion ol almost marble smoothness, and instead of 28. she really appeared but 17. She told them plainly slit* 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 ol any druggist lor 5e cents Saratoga Spring; Water, sold by all Druggists. lieiinstreel's inimitable Hair Coloring lias been steadily growing in fhvor for over twenty years. It acts upon the absorbents at the loots of tho hair, and changes to its original color by degrees. All instan taneous dyes deaden and injure the hair. Heim strocts ts nut & di/c but is certlin ill its results, pro motes its growth, and is a beautiful Hair Dressing Price 50 cents and $1.00. Sold by all dealers. Saratoga Spring W ater, sold by all Druggists. Lyon’s Extract of Pure Jamaica Ginger— 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 50 cents per bot Saratoga Spring Water, sold by all Druggists. June 14, ’60—eod&wly a»S*ER’« See what the Great Tragedienne says. “Messieurs:—In Dr. Chaussier's Emperss 1 recognize an old friend, having used it as a cos metique and toilet article for several years. The bottle Is not the same style we have in Paris, but upon the use of the preparation 1 find it to be the same as that put up in France. It is the best ar ticle for the Hair 1 have ever found, and I am glad to know it is becoming so popular in America. ADELAIDE BISTOBI.’’ l Weeks & Potter, 1 tOstou, Importers and Druggists, Wholesale Agents. For Sale by CROSMAN & CO., 305 Congress st. April G—codlw NOTICE. BENJAMIN FOGG HAVING returned ,to his former place of busi ness (new store) Corner of Fore & Exchange Sts. And having replenished his stock of Boots, Shoes and Clothing, Now offers a good a good assortment of Men’s and and Boys’ Calf, Kip and Thick Boots, Youths and Children's Calf, lvip and Thick Boots. Men's and Boy’s Cali Grained and Thick Shoes, Ladies’ anil Misses’ Congress, Bal moral and Slips, Rubber Boots, Arctics and Overs. —ALSO— Clothing:, Hats, Caps, and Umbrellas. Apl 6—eodSw F. A. P It g SCOTT, (Late of the Internal Revenue Bureau, Washington.) Counsel! or-at-Law and Internal Bevenue Solicitor, No. W9 State St., Boston. MR. PRESCOTT’S long experience ill the Inter nal Revenue Bureau, in the “Division of Frauds," having charge of all cases of violation of the Revenue Laws, his familiarity with Departmen tal practice, and his acquaintance w ith the Revenue Officers throughout the country, will enable him to be peculiarly successful in making a speciality of all matters pertaining to the Revenue Laws. He will attend to claims tor Drawback, Abatement, Refund ing, and for the recovery of penalties paid1 by way ol compromise. He will advise parties as to the man ner of making returns in accordance with law, or as to obtaining decisions from the Department at Washington, and will defend in cases of alleged vio lation of the law in regard to taxes, penalties or crim inal offences Mr. Prescott will practice lie fore the various De partments at Washington, the Supreme Court of the U. S., and the Court ol Claims. For the speedy transaction ol business, Counsel of high standing, residing in New York, St. Louis, Cin cinnati and Washington, are associated with him. an28cod3ni STATE OF IflAIAE. Head Quarters, l _ . . . _ March 28,18G7.J General Orders No. 3. 1. The Commander in Chief hereby announces the resignation ol Brig. Gen. John L. Hodbdon, Adju tant General of the State. In accepting this resignation it Is impossible lo re frain from expressing the high appreciation in which General Hodsdou’s character anil services are held. Called to this p sition on the eve of tcriible and try ing limes, which demanded energy, tact and labor before unkuown to the office, he now retires, having brought this difficult service to a gracelul comple tion, and commanding a respect at home and abroad which may us ly l»e called an honorable fame. His record is written in that proud portion of our history which his owu hand has recorded, but more deeply and enduringly still in the affectionate re membrance of those who have served or suffered in the war. 2 Brevet Major General John C. Caldwell, having been ilnly appointed witli the advice and con sent of the Executive Council, is hereby announced as Adjutant General of this State, ranking from tho 31st inst., and will be obe .ed and respected accord ingly. By order of the Commander in Chief, KKLDEN CONNER, Apl 2 dtw Lt. Col. and Aide-de-Camp. REDDING’S Itussia Salve [Established 1MC6.J Price !35 Cents per Box, la tlie Universal Remedy for B w^rS>l?fv.Ar,D.?’CUrg>BItUlsEsl and all FLESH WOUNDS; lor CHILBLAINS, CHAPPED HANDS, TILES and OLD SCUOFUtoUS SOKES’ EKUPl'iONS, BLOTCHES, SALT KHEUM ami all CUTANEOUS DISEASES. ’ KEDDINO’S RUSSIA SALVE is a purely Veae e table Ointment, made from the very best mite rials and combines in itself greater healing powers than any other preparation I eforo Lite public. Its timely application lias been the means of savin" thousands ol valuable lives, of relieving a va-t lunount of suffering and wherever used, lias proved itselt in reality a boon to suffering humanity. SIXTY YEARS’ GENERAL USE OP THE RUS SIA SALVE IS A NOBLE GUARANTEE OF ITS 1NCOM PARABLE VIRTUES AS A HEALING OINTMENT. The very large sale of REDDING’S RUSSIA oALVE, during the past sixty years, has given rise u> hundreds of unworthy imitations, hut throughout innS?10',<ion» Die RUSSIA SALVE maintains its ' ;i««y 119 a reli ihle preparation, having a steady irv hv a”,anei,vs?‘Ie’aud never deteriorating in qual eiiablimT’thn'n?. at<V an'1 is w>W to dealers at a price wjsr*"**** FOR Sale. 1OObbls. eastern n. apples'. „siiced„ I.SO Bu. H. G. SEED. “Cored.” 50 Bn. Clover Seed. 50 Bhls. Clear Pork. 50 Tierces Choice Lard. Also Choice Brands of Flour, by •Jeremiah Howe A Co., mri'l d:iw No 2T Commercial St, Portland. Ml SCELLA N EOtFS. jT E. FERNALD & SON, Merchant Tailors, And Gentlemen’8 Furnishers HAVING removed to tbo ELEGANT and SPA CIOUS STORE Under the Preble House, Corner of Congress and Preble Sts., Would be pleased to exhibit to the public, a SPLENDID STOCK OF HOODS rrnr_ Gentlemen's Wear, Consisting of coatings, VESTINGS, and EANTALOON STUFFS, Selected from the New York aud Boston Markets, which they will manufacture to order, in as Fashionable Style. And at as LOW PRICE as the same quality of goods can be obtained in Portland. Our Stock of Furnishing Goods Is superior, anil any article of Gentlemen’s Wear can always be bail in our establishment. Also, tor sale olio double Counting House DESK, anil one Iron SAFE (new) of Tremont Safe Compa ny’s manufacture, aprtidtiw JONES & WILLEY Removed. Boot and Shoe Store. LADIES and Gents, we wish to call your atten tion to our stock of Seasonable Goods, All oi. recent manufacture, with special reference to letailiug. It is our aim to keep a complete assort mentol styles and qualities adapted to the wants of all classe, of which we have learned by experience in retailing. We have no hesitation in saving you will tind our J * PRICES TO COMPARE FAVORABLY With those of any other dealers in our line. Your sj»ecial attention is desired to our line of La dies and Misses’ Fancy Goods ot all styles. Bronzed. White, Blue, Red, Gold and Silvered colored Boots and Slippers, Ot the best material, and made by experienced workmen. We also have Burt’s Boots or all Styles. tVe shall give onr special attention to tlie manu factii uie of LADIES’ & GENTS’ Boots and Shoes, Made lo Measure. And all Goods WARRANTED as recommended. N. B. Repairing done in the neatest manner and with despatch. KEMEMBER THE PEACE 163 Middle Street, Portland, (1 wo doors above Emery & Waterhouse’s.) JONES <£• WILLEY. April 4—lw Travelling- Bags —AND— baskets, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, CROQUET GAMES, A large apartment, all styles, and prices, to be lound at the RICH FANCY GOODS STORE of Townsend & Toppan, S90 Washiii{;( on Street, Opposite R'eit Street, Apl 6-lw BOSTON. NEW GOODS! JUST RECEIVED. A Large Assortment of English. Scotch, French & American CLOTHS, For Spring "Wear. A. E. WEBB, Meroliant Tailor, Chambers 3, Free Street Block. April 4—tt New Photograph Gallery! No. 130 Middle St. THE subscriber* having opened a first-class Pho tograph Gallery at 130 Middle Street, (Second door from head of Union Street,) Are prepared lo execute jn the best iiossib’e manner Photographs, Tn all their different styles, including Card Pictures, Vignettes, Minuetts, Card Cabinets. —ALSO— AMBROTYPES, MILLEHE0TYPE3, Particular attention given to Pictures in Oil and Ink. tSfSatisfaction given cr no charge. Please call and examine specimens. J. M. PECK & CO. J. M. l'ECK. M. P. AUSTIN. Apl 6—dtt' ~JOSIAH BLACK HAVING talcen the store formerly occupied by E. E. Upharn, No. 182 Commercial Street, Would respectfully inform his old patrons and the public generally that ho intends to Keep constantly on hand and deal in Choice Brands Family Flour. -ALSO Lime, Cement, Calcined Plaster, Corn Peed, Wood, Ac. And hopes by punctual attention to business to mer it and receive a fair share of patronage. April t>—lm* Railroad and Steamboat Supplies. No. M Commercial St., I* or timid, Me. ADAMS & DECOSTEJt. TL111. ADAMS has hoeu long known as a nraol Seal I „ I la, , a' manager and mechanical enginerr, and na» naa a ion# experience in the construction oi‘ .-roam engines amt machinery. Parties looking tor sti am enginesand steam pumps, or machinery ot any kind, would do well to gei the a'L'i10 aild purchase ol Messrs. ADAMS & DKCOS 1 mo. Ho1 aKenis toi the various builders. Mar 30cod3w * . INSTRUCTION IN Lead Pencil and Crayon Drawing, OIVEN BY Miss Scwall, at 331 Congress St., apr6 Six doors above C'aaco, Uy stairs. du TV OTICE A~N \ person wishing to deposit dirt or rubbish will _ - nnd a place on Franklin wharf AplCdlm 1‘Hblie Notice. T"u^“y Klq,,"r lB removed to ihe old crcsTm.,'l1,ulldln8 on the corner of Con gresK hnu Market Streets, amt will be stocked with BlS.'JS‘ri'.ly uccordsmce witlpthe thc la"- '"r medicinal a .d mcchani the So..?pr0’ un,a%ed lk(uors- Procured solely trom the State Commission, will he ket>t lor tale iiuim,|1p.!‘^S,'U" otl,erR Interested are respectfully liraci!fd-,llr\ i!lll8Stfk at a,,v tin>c. uud lo test auy package sold, to satisfy themselves of 1 J- ; —L_ ____City Agent. Southern Pine Ship Plank/ ^Apl 8—Jit lt;l Commercial St. Second-Hand Wheeler & Wilson Sewing- Machine. T10R SALE CHEAP—may be seen at Room N». 7,. ’ . M 1; ongrciw Street, from it to 10 A. M. anti 3 to. t 1’ ,!d-i/or ‘c" ,lays- K.S. DRAKE. npi »> jr, Dorking and Brahma Eggs. K°t.is tor hatching, from n an Brahmas, and also. ; •a-* trom tue best of English Imported liorkims. ! Stevens Plains, April A, 1867, ^ ^A^ [j WANTED. To Printers. Cy PL GOOD Compositors can flml constant em plovment at the Printing House of Geo C ltand & A very. No. 3 Cornhill, Boston. Apply at once to GEO. c. RANJJ if- A i ERY, BOSTON. Apl 8—lw Agents Wanted ! THE complete Herbalist, or the people Ih. irowli physician. by the uho of Herbal Reiurd.es is the title of one of the best family iuodic.il l«s.l,s that has ever been offered to the public. The rap’d sals ol this bx»k, and the larec commission allow. .1, ena bles a good agent to make easily from $en to Sail per day. Address for full particulars the author an*l publisher, Dr. O. PHELPS BROWN, No lOOraml Street, Jersey City, N. J. Apl 8—Std.vitw A Situation Wanted. By a man to travel lo sell goods. A large trade already established. Is th roughly aciuuiidcd wilh the Grocery aud Flour business, and can b.ing the very best of recommendations. Has been trav clliiig i r the l:ist three yearn. Address Bov lct7 Poriland Post Oflirc. Aplsdiv. < Wanted. AT Gorham Ladies’ Seminary a first class cook. Apply at once to Rev. C. C. PARKER, Principal. Gorham, April 2.1867. ajd 3 It House Wanted in the <;i(y. BY a small family—Rent not to exceed Five Hun dred Dollars. 1 nquire ol , E. L. URUEBY, Api a ip*_ glam Street. Flour Barrels Wanted. WE will pay 30 cents each for first class Flonr Barrels suitable for sugar. LYNC 11, BA 1:KKR & CO., novlSdtf 139 Commercial street.

Wanted Ian mod lately —AT THE— New Employment Office ! No 220 1-2 Congress St, 2d Do«r Weal of City Building; (up stairs.) GIRLS capable of doing all kinds of house-work, to whom good situations will be given. Also LABORERS for various kinds of woi k, and CLERKS for every kind of business. py We are able at all times to supply parlies in on? part of the State with GoO!> RELIABLE HELP, either as Domestics, Mechanics or Laborers. Merchants, Contractors, Farmers and others will be supplied with Men and Boys tor all kinds ot eni pioymentFhee ok Charlie. Don’t forget the num ber, 229* Congress Street, next to Oil v Building, Port land, Me. LOI RLA V A HEWITT, Feb 22—dtf Prafrietots. Flour Barrels Wanted! ON and after January 2d, 1867, we shall resume the purchase ot Flour Kris, for CASH, at the Office ot the Portland Sn^ar Co., 27 1-2 Danforlh Ml., Feb8dtf J. B. BROWN & SONS. Wanted. ftn AAH FLOUR BARRELS, at. Forest V_/ City Sugar Refinery, West Com mercial, near toot of Emery street. Proposals will also be received tor new Sugar Bar rels, and a sample may be seen at the office of l ho Company, 1594 Commercial, at corner of Union St. Iebl2d&wtt T. C. MERSEY Wanted Daily ! ! AT The General Agency and Employment Office No. 351 1-*J I'oiigrcNM Ml reel. All per sons wishing to secure good Girls lor any re«|**;ta 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 ol charge. 83F*“We want good American, Provincial, Irish and Colored Women ami Girls, as well as Men and Boys, every day lor all oils oi situations in this City and vicinity. Give us a call. COX & TOW A RS Portland, Me., Jan. 25, *67. jaiffio dtf Bookkeeper. WANTED by a young man of practical experi ence, and who can bring the best of city retor ences, a situation as Bookkeeper cr Salesman, where close attention to business will be appreciated. Apply to W. H. J ERR TS. martdtf Under Lancaster Hall. Warned. AN experienced Salesman in the retail Dry Goods ^business; one who can give good City refeicncc, may hear of a permanent situation by addressing Box 1018 Portland Post Office, giving real name and references. maxiott Wanted. Hemlock and Pine Timber. i Hemlock and 75© ’iuc Timber. 1>. T. €1IA§E. March 9-S,T&Ttt AGENTS WANTED P O Jt GrEN. L. C. BAKER’S History of the Secret Service Hie most exciting & interesting l*>ok ever published. rTtHTS WORK was announced more than one year J. ago, but owing to the attempts ot‘ the Govern ment to suppress it, Us publication was delayed. It will now be issued, UN ALTERED, AND UNA BRIDGED, UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF GENERAL BAKER. It contains a tull and orticial Bxpose of the intricate machinations oi the secret en emies of the Union. For startling developments and thrilling adven tures this book ei-lipses the famous experiences ot FOUCHE and V1DOCQ. The marvelous narratives of Gen. Baker are all attested by the highest otllcta! autbority. It will contain the only official account ol the Assassination conspiracy. A iff)! history of this great, startling and terrible crime FROM ITS CON CEPTION, IN THE HAUNTS OF VILLAINY TO THE BURLYL PLACE OF BOOTH, lias never yet been placed before the public. The work also Hilly exposes the nefrrious system by which Presidential pardons were and are so readily obtained at Wash ington. The morals of the National Capital rio thoroughly ventilated and there are some strange revelations concerning heads 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., 5t»7 Minor St., Philadelphia, Pa. marl4d&wlm TO LET. To Let. ONE Front Room with board, at 52 Free Street. apr4dlw* To Let. A Hall suitable for manufacturing purposes, j;| and two offices, in Mortou block ; next above ULthe Preble House. Apply to PATTERSON & OHADBOURNE, apr2d3w - Office, Morton Block. To Let. QNE Brick Store, No, 40 Union street. Apply ja3dtf ST. JOHN SMITH. To Let. STORE No. 2 Portland Pier. Enquire ot MATHEWS & THOMAS, mar27dlm 59 Commercial Street. For llent. OFFICES in the third story oi buliding on corner of Exchange and Milk Streets. Enquire at of fice of . OCEAN INSURANCE CO, Feb. 25. tf Exchange Street. To Let. ONE Store and three spacious Chambers in Bar hour’s Block, Middle street.% One ot the best lo cations in the city. Apply to DAVID KEAZER, mar30d2wis Or E. A. NORTON. To Let, ROOMS in second and third story Griffith Block, No. 21} 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, mar26dlm 69 Commercial Street. LOST AND FOUND. $10,00 Reward. LOST in vicinity of Market Square a Gent’s Pock et Book, containing some money; also, papers, memoranda, *Jfcc., ot no value but to the owner. The above reward will be paid to the finder, or they fcau take the money contained, and leave the book with papers, &c., at office of Preble House, where no question** will be asked. Portland, April i, 1867. apL’dti mYEW PUMP. THE j-nibB* liber has tho Agency of the AMERI' AN SUBMERGED PUMP, superior to any Pump i.i the market f°l* deep wells or cisterns. The peculiar advantages of this Pump is Niiitplac ity, duraliilii'*' iierrr fircws, and its GREAT POWER, throwing l,om twenty gallons per min ute to forty thousan * gallons per minute. No packing of any required; not liable to get out of repair. One of t>m may be seen at 124 h.\ chango street, rear of iuy.^'l stand, and one in work ing order at my Store, W® • **© * W M. A. PBAKCK. Portland, April 3, 1867. ‘ apl 4‘llw “ Cole’s Rcdavirsud!” • L. I). COLE MAY BE FOUND AT THE OLD .STAND 47 ExchaiiRc Street, Ready to see nil ot old customers and as many new ones as may favor him with a call. Portland, April 3, 1k67. apl 3 cllni Inside Steamboat Line TO BANGOR. THREE TRIPS PER WEEK. Lhe beautiful, staunch and swift sdE Am steamer “ tlillon Jflart&M*” (637 ft tT tons register) Albert W«iod, Master, will commence her regular trips lor the season to Be/igorand intermediate landings about the 12th inst., leaving Railroad Whark foot of State Street. For further information inquire of ROSS & STURDIVANT, General Agents 146Commercial Street. April 3,1867. dtf THE annual meeting ot the Mercantile Library Association will be held at the Common Coun cil Room, Market Hall, on Tuesday cv< ning, April !)th, at 7 J o’clock, for tho election of officers lor the ensuing year, anil for the transaction of any other business that may legally come before them. Polls open at 8 o’clock. Per order, E, SCOTT GEURISH, April 2 lw Recording Secretary. ItEAL ESTATE, Valuable Iteal Estate lor Sale, oi Gxdiauge for Property in Portland. milE j;enl Estate owned by Hannah P. U&l>in*oi i til ht:r lilt' time, and occupied by her »nd hoi hn^b iud .1 allies E. Kobtason, situated in Wesihrook nhum 7ine-half mile troui flie terminus of (he ll„i», Hull-.'Id at Morrill's I torner. on the Windham Hoad Said I'arm contains about thirty live acres of excel leuf land, mostly new, a iK>rtion still unclaimed. Mr. Itobimwn was a dealer in Agricultural liuplo men Is and Fertilizers. These Fertilizers he user with a liberal hand upon Lhis land, bringing to a high sia'c.f cultivation. That part under cultiva th*u \\ ilI cut 25 tons of liay and is believed to be a.* valuable a piera cf land ot Its size ns can In* found in this county, it has a front of about 20 rods, tfivin; some of the finest building lots Unit call Is* found in ihis rapidly gruw-iiig non ion of the town oi‘ West brook. There is iijmu the lot a large substantial and well finished Barn. I his property will bo sold on reasonable terms as to price and payment, or will be exchanged tor ical estate in the city of Portland. E. N PERKY. „ ^ . at Sheriff Office, Portland, or F. O. HAILE \ . Auctioneer and Real Estate Bro ker , 176 Fore street. aprhtf A <*oo«I House lor Sale YI71TH1N live minutes walk of the Post Office, 11 j»le.uantl> situated, two and a hail stories high, thoroughly finished, hard and soft water, gas, turnuce, outbuildings and yard. In perfect order, ami possession given immediately. Inquire at (Ids office. A pi f—tl For Sale. I7K V EStreet Sprinkling Tubs, Pumps, Reservoirs, and Power tor pumping water, inquire 01 d. 0. BARKER, 131 Commercial Sir. cf. Portland, Apiil 1,1867. apUtf ISIot-k of Houses lor Sale. THE convenient double house corner or South and Spring Streets. Each tenement contains nine tiuisbed rooms, and may l»c sold separately. Fur further particulars,enquire of AIRS. KAToN on the promises, No. 15 Spring Street,or W. H. JERRIS. March I**, iso?. mfMtf For Sale. rflllKEE storied brick house No. 30 on High Street, I corner of Pleushlrt, now occupied by the sub gcrilter. Also, two three storied brick stores on Fore Street, corner of Pearl, opposite the Custom House, with partition wall, slated roots, the rear on Wharf Street tour stories, with cellars. For terms and particulars enquire of the subscriber. NATHANIEL BLANCHARD. 1’or 1 land, April 3,1867. dtf First Class House For Sale. AI'WK STOWED BKIcK HOUSE on 1'ark St., has h«;venteeu rooms, hot and cohl water, anil all other modern conveniences. A party is now ready to lease it at te.v per cent, on the price asked. Apply to W. H. JERRIS. Alar 30—3 w New House for Sale, y On India street, third house from Congress, lifSjj'j contains eleven rooms, besides the attics. This J&llyiousi is very pleasantly located and very cou Ycnmnth arranged lor one or two families. Apply to \\ M. 11. JERRIS, mai28dtf _ Heal Estate Agent. For Sale or Lease. fJIHE Large Lot of Land on the corner of Federal, l Temple and Congress streets. A desirable .localion tor a Hotel— for sale low; if not sold, will be leased for along term of years if de sired. inquire of JOHNC. PROCTER, Portland, Mur 28—d3w 65 Middle street. FOR SALE! MA Desirable Square Brick lloune, on Spring street, between High and Park streets, with modern improvements, heated througli oTit by steam—piped tor gas with gas fixtures, a good stable—abundance of bard and soli water in the house, with about 10,000 feet of land. Inquire of JOHN C. PROCTER. mar*2s-d3w House for Sale. A TWO story house on Salem Street, containing nine rooms, convenient for two families. Lot 50 by 100. Will be sold low il applied tor iiumediutclv. W. 11. JERRTS, ni*T27'd3w* Opposite Preble House. House lbr Sale. ON the corner of Oxford mid Myrtle Sts. It is two stories, with abasement, with ten finished rooms, in good repair; wetland cistern water, fur nace aud gas. Enquire at No 101 Oxibrd st. iur22tf Valuable Kcal Estate for Sale.' PTUTE fine estate corner Brackett and Walker Sts. I. The lot contains over 26,000 square feet. Title perfect and terms fa vorable. Apply to W. 11. d ERR IS, marl dtf Real Estate Agent. For Sale. fpHE line lot of Band on Spring, near High street 1 kuowu as tbo Boyd lot,containing about 10,000 feet ; also nlamt 300,000 Brick and 200 pereii of Stone. Said lot will be sold with or without the material. Em* further particulars enquire of JOHN G. TOL EORI), or ('HAUERS SAGER. mchlldtf Farms lor Sale. Three f'urisi* in York Bounty arc offered for sale by the subscri ber. They are located as follows: Our in Hiiterkoro’. Our in Ijjuiau. One in Kennrliankport. These Farms will be sold low, or exchanged on favorable terms for Real Estate in Portland, Saco, or Biddeford. Apply for particulars at office 293 Commercial St., or at office in Saco. mar22(13w__ JOSEPH HOBSON. House and Lot for Sale Very Low. HOUSE new, containing sFvfcN rooms, will be .sold lor $1,100, if applied for immediately. ALSO: Lots for sale at prices from one rent, to $2 per foot. Enquire of dOSERH REK1>, Real Estate Agent. Oak St. near Congress. m:u8dtf Bi’it'.k IKoti^ lor Snip. ON Ilrowii Mtreel, containing Fourteen finish ed Rooms, hard and soft water, gas and other modern Improvements. Possession • iven April 1. Apply to i>. 11. Ingraham, Esq., or W. H. JERRIS, tnaxGdtf Real Estate Agent. IiOt ior Salo. ritHE lot on the northerly side of Deering Street, I adjoining the residence of Gen. J.D. Fessenden. Said lot is sixty-two feet front and oue hundred feet in depth. Cpply to J. C. PROCTER, inarlGdtf Real Estate Agent, Middle St. JTor Sale. . ’ ' A FARM IN WELLS, MAINE, u; Estate of the late Samifl Hatch, ^gniAjp' ' contains about 90 acres, 40 to 50 oi Hf fg.iod wood bind and pasture, good ■■ 21 story House with L., I .rge Barn, Sheds, 2cc. 'J'he Farm is located at Wells Corner on main road; cli lire lies ami schools near, and In the immediate vicinity^! the well-known summer re sort , Wells Beaeli; w ill be sold low and on easy terms to close up the estate. Those wishing to see the Form can apply to SAMUEL ELDRIDGK, near the premises. For terms, &c., inquire ot GEORGE K. 11 lull BORN CO., No. 1 Scollay’s Bull ling, or address Box 111 P. Q. Boston, Mass. marl*-dim IIou«e and Lot for Sale, SITU A i KL> in Westbrook, near the end of Tu key s Bridge. A story and a half house, with 6,GOO feet of land, shade and fruit trees. House con tains eight rooms, with large attics, and has stab!.: room fi-r one horse and carriages,connected. It is lo co let! <>n the comer of Wiuslow Street and the road leading to the Marine Hospital. Price $2,000. Ap ply to L. A. BAOHLL10ER, (King, Tlutrlow & Co.) 165 Commercial St. March 20. dim* Fanu tor Kale. THE homestead of the late S«5ott Dyer, Cape Eliz abeth, lour miles south of Portland Bridge, con taining about 100 acres, good soil, in good state o enllivaiioii, fences all stone wall, young orchard, 11 trees grafted fruit. Pleasantly located. School am; Church within } mile. For terms, «&c., apply on the premises or to E. C. ROBINSON, meh20—tt • 13 Moulton Street. House lor Sale. A desirable Brick House, No 26 Spring street M containing eleven room, hard and soit water. Apply to ALPHEUS SHAW. April 1,67. apr2d3w For Sale. AX Office Safe ot Jolm.E. Wilder’s manufacture suitable for Railroad, Manufacturers’ or Bank iug purposes, measuring 5 teet 3 in. in height, 4 fee width, L' feet3£ in. deep, with interior sale ami draw or?. For sale by C. A. & A. BLANCHARI>. luj State Street. Boston, Mass. Iebl5 dll Resivablc Stove Lots FOE ©AlLE, i\ iOItftillERClAL STREET fltllE subscribers offer lor sale the lot of land oi L Iho southerly side ot Commercial Street, head o Dana’s Wharl, measuring 72 by 150 feet. For fur thei particulars impure JONAS H. FEB LEY O'* ls lf__or W. S. I>ANa) House lor Sale. A good House two stoiies, Stable attached, hart and soft water, good lot centrally located^-con venient for two families, if desirable. lnouiru *» 13 Hanover or 184 Fore Sc., 1 J. A. FENDERSON. Jan. 24,1867. rltf_ NOTICE. I will sell oil lavorablo terms as t( pay ment, nr lei for a term of years, the lots oi iho coi ner ui Middle :unt Franklin streets, and oi Franklin street, including I he corner of Franklin am Fore streets. Apply to WM. HILLIARD, Bangor or SMITH *fc REED, Attorneys, Portland, jypjti \ aliwble Hotel Property for Sale r pttK Oxford Houae, pl< a antlv^iLuab d in the yil I lageoi Frycburg, Oxford county, Maine, is ot tered tor sub* at"a bargain, it applied tor soon. The House is large, ingood repair, with lurnitori and fixtures throughout, together with all necessary outbuildings. For tu 11 particulars impiit e ot "■* HORA TIO BOOTH B Y, Proprietor. Oi Hanson.! Dow, "U Union st. Eryt-Unrg, Sept, i'll, lhiiti. dtf For Sale STOCK and fixtures of a Croce ry Store, in a gooi location, aud now doing a good business. Stocl small and in perfect order. K diroad passes withii one rod of the store. Satisfactory reasons given foi soiling. Apply to or address 11. A. STONE apraftklSt South Berwick, Me. For Sale—House on Park Si BKINU abont toTemsve Iroin Ibis city I ofler lb eale toy House, No. 55 I’aik St. It is good eiz and ocjiiv.it out. with all the modem Improvement* bathing room. In win.-his Hotand told water. <ia J.'urnate. Ac. < on tected with house is a good itabh 1 .vseKjii.i (riven first day of May next, Enquire a HI. hettil of Hobson’ « HSi.Vir H’<inlen, the subscriber, STEP HEt ^ ° ^ JEBU1S, Beal Estate Agent JilBWOUlt item tor Salu. THT- “ Mark Allen * estate, containing two him died acres, situated within one and a half mllei °J Pownal Depot, in Pownal, County of Climber land. Said farm is well divided into 'pasturage, lit lage aud wood land. Is well watered, has good an* convenient buildi.tjr , cuts some sixty tons of bay and lias some twelve hundred cords ot mercnanuibn wood for the market. In ides enough lor tho farm. This estate would make two giesl farms, anil wit he ,s..|.| together or in separate lots. Inquire ot Join II. Noyes, near the premier & coBl,, Executor, 00 Lisbon Street, Lewiston, Me. March 13. e.slAwtf Ihoice Southern and Western FLOUR AAR CORA ! for sale by O’lilUON, FIERCE & CO., Whnlesnlc Dealers, I .Vi Caniniereinl Hi. decoldly POBTI.AND, Me. 1:\ti:ktaimm:vix =PORTLAND THEATRE, l.ew*. *■ Proprietor., Nuaiih,Hadley A C'« «V*W«B» April 9, the grca ^«TJor^wu formeTher^entm^.Sr? pkksk^?^”’P*‘‘" Scale of Puii'vb » , Seat*,75 els. OalhJvaa'jjkaionBU cU. He servo Doors open al 7 oVWke' . at a quarter to eight. rer*ornuuiee to commence 1 a7~r7~Xj~~ Grand Easter Monday Ball! TIIK Irish American Ueliel Awnclail,,., their Fourth An .ual Hall at “ 1,1 *'>'« MECHANICS HALL, On Monday Evoniiijr, April «» COMMITTEE OF ARBAXOFUIXTR ; Thomas Parker, .1mines Kenney. W. H. Tanner, K. »• Pirker, W. H. Kalnr, .1. K. Marshall. John Daley, Thomas Hassett Hugh I),.t in, Dennis Warren, W. H. Dyer. Floor Manager*: Thomas Parker. James Rooney, •I. E. Marshall, \V. II. Kalor, W. II. Tanner, K. II. Parker, W. II. I>yer. Tickets..$1 50 To be ha*I of the Committee of Arrangements am at the door. Music by Chandler’s Quadrille Bind. ®* ^’UAliiDLfiK, Prompter. gFf^Dancing to commence at 8 o'clock. A pi 8—dtd PROMINADE CONCERT! IN AID OF TUE Ministry at Large, AT MECHANICS' HALL, Thursday Evening, April If. Chandler's Hand in AI tendance. Tickets r>0 cents; to l*e h;ul at CrOsman & Co’s , J. It. I.unt & Co’Kj uml at the door. Friends to the cause are requested to Rend in re freshments on Thursday morning, aprtf 5t CHORAL FESTIVAL. A CHORAL FESTIVAL will be held at Norom bega Hall, Bangor, commencing on Tl:ES D\Y, April 23d, at A. M., and continuing lour days. The daily session* will be devoted to tire praotice of Choruses flour the Oratorio ol “The Messiah,” and Rossini’s “Stabat Mater.” The following talent t as been engaged for the Festival *— Miss J. E. Houston, Soprano, of Boston. Mrs. J. S. Cary, ' Contralto, “ “ Mb. .Jabus Whitney, Teuore, “ “ Mr. M. W. Whitney, Basso, “ “ ORCIIKMTKA. The Mendelssohn (^i intette Club, of Boston Three Oouenrts will be Given Wednesdrv Kveni.no, Miscellaneous Concert. Thursday Evening Oratorio of “The Messiah." Friday Evkni.<«o.Rossini's “Stabat Mater" And Three Public Rehearsals nr Matinees. Season Tickets—To singers, $1.50; to visitors, with secured scats at. the Concerts. fi.OO and $1.50, Concert Tickets, with secured seats, 50cents. Seats may be securad by mail or otherwise, one week in advance. By the courtesy of the Superin tendents of the Maine Central and Portland and Ken bee Rail oads, free return tiekets will be allowed to those who attend the Festival. FREDERIC S. DAVENPORT, Bangor, March 25tb, 18«7. Director. April 4—2taw3w Blindness, Deafness, -and Catarrh! During nit. carpknteb^ late vmit to Portland which closed Feb. 1st, m* gjcni a number of ttersons deferred consulting him until the latter part ot his stay, that many were unable to do so, his time l*cing fully occupied. To accommodate those and others desirous of consulting him he Returned to Portland March 1st, And ran be cau.nllrd at' the (I, S. Hotel Until April 14th, upon all diseases of the Eye, Ear, Tliroat — AND — C.lTvlUItlf, As usual. And lie would advise those Intending to avail t hem selves ol bis services to call early as con venient. Dr. 0. can refer to many patients in Portland and vicinity, who have been cured or benetltted under his treatment, who do not wish their names made public, but are willing to converse with those Interested. KjT Consilienti**u at office FuKE, but letters must contain one dollar to ensure an answer. Office hours, Sunday excepted, U to 12,2 to 5, and 6* to 7* o’clock. a Or. Carpenter can toe consulted at the UeWitt House, Lewiston,one month, on and alter Apr. 15, ’67. CERTIFICATES. Testimonial of A. H. CSrecnoagh, V«qt 1 was aliiicted with Catarrh so bad I y that I had a continual pain in my head, eyes very weak, wras fast loosing mv memory, head was so contused that I was totally unlit tor business and general health last fail ing. 1 applied to Dr. Carpenter in 1S6T* and bis rein ethos cured me. I am a well man. A. K. OREKNOUGH, Proprietor oi National House, Bangor, Me. Certificate of (’opt. Hbsirof Portland Portland, Jan. 3,1*t;7. I suffered from dearness tight years. Was under treatment at the Ear Infirmaries ot Boston, New York and Philadelphia, without receiving benellt; but knowing of cases worse than miue, that Dr. Car penter cured, I was induced to apply to him. On ex amination the Dr. was not sure lie could cure me but would do the best he could. A course of hii treatment has restored me to my natural hearing. Any person desiring to see me c:ui tin so on board ol bark Isaac Carver,” Union Wharf, Portland. ALONZO L. SHUTS. Dr. Carpenter, Dear Sir,—Learning you are in Portland, 1 write for the pui|HjM* of inthriuing you that the hearing of my son, Leroy Z. Collins, re mains perteetly good. You will remember that in March 1&4S6, you relieved him of doainess of Utteen years* standing, which had Increased to that extent that he was obliged to leave his studies and wenttc a trade. He is now at the Theological Seminary Bangor, where he has resumed his studies, which without your assistance, he never could have done May y« 11 live Jong, pros)ier In your nrok-ssion, and ea penally cause the deal to hear, is the desire of Yours, very gratefully, Z. COLLINS. Certificate of l?lr. A. 4if Blunt, Portland This may certify that Dr. Carpenter, now at th< United Spites Hotel, has cured me ot deafness am discharges of the lie-nl of 17 years* standing. I ha* been doctored by many eminent physicians wilium relief. Any person interested can see me at Messrs Blunt & Foss,’ Middle Street. A. G. BLUNT. Portland, Me., Jan. 14,18fi7. Hundreds of Certificates received in this State car be teen at the Dr’s Office. feb23dtf SEED. SEED. 750 BAGS PKIMB TMOTHY, , 1180 “ Northern New York and Woslcri Clover. 400 Sacks Bed Top. 140 Bushels Cana-la Golden Drop Spring Whea 500 Bushels Cape Barley, two row’d. Buckwheat. Flax, Hemp, Millet. Cnuary and a iul assortment of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, all select , od with care and reliable. A full assortment of Agricultural Implements, Fertilizers, &e., For Sale by KENDALL & WHITNEY, market Hall, Parilaarf. March 16,1867.—<12mi» Black Diamonds! OKA TONS DIAMOND COAL* egg am tli/V/ stove sizes, now lauding from seh’r .\. A Andrews. This Coal is free-burning, pure nn«l wba is wanted for spring anti summer use for cook stove: ami ranges, of light-draft 5IT* 3t»“2 tons JOHN*’ COAL; stove, eg« and broken sizes, landing from Sell. Z. L. Adams I Ins Coal is hard, ami one of best grades for goot drafts. ClIItIRERLAND C'OAI. for Smiths’ use, a usual. 1|Q RAKER, ^JM.ir. 29, 1W77. dtt Kieh irds in’s Wlif. EASTERN EXPRESS ( O. TV O tTc k t‘ qiHE Government have .ieci.lol that thev will i.nv JL *h*w 1v™* '•1'i‘tC' H 1-oth ways upon 7 :i-lo Hon.lt sent tn\\ anhington tor exchange. The Kutera R\ prow Company will receive an.I forward *«eh B.n.ls milter their contract with the Government without chaigc to the ownera, au.l the Department will return ■ carriage paid. T feblUdtf Oread Collegiate Institute, For Young Ladies. Worcester, Mass BUILDINGS r»-p;iir<•«I and relurnisbed. Now in the most nourishing condition it lias been since Uh establishment in lKlw. Summer Term begin* April 12. Send tor t’iroular. HAKltlS tt. GREENE, A. M., Prineipal. > MISS S. B. PACKARD, Asm). Principal. » inarl’dlm_ To Those Contemplating' Iiuihling, raxiIK suhsorilter* would iulorm, that they arc pre I pared to do all kind* of work in the ere. tion ol building* at rear-enable prices aud in a workmanlike manner. Having the facilities for getting lumber at re.lin ed prices it would be for their advantage to see them before contracting elsewhere. Linmher ol'nil Kinds Furnished at abort notice. Moulding* of an * de sired paitern furnished at short notice Ihaf^lhey have not onband, of a supei lor quality. MA«II1. DOOKN AND DUNDN Furnished loorder. Also, door and window' lranirs made murder. A large lot ol window frames o’all sizes for wooden building* on hand, for sale cheap. Willi a determination to faithfully and promptl> ex ecute all work entrusted to them a share m public patronage i* respect Aillv solicited Bit ANN & MERRILL, Carjientcrs and Builders, Cro'S St., Portland, Me. April 3. eodlm* HKCKER’SCelebrated Selt-Rising Burkwhcul. Hecker’a Celebrated Wheaton Gr»*ats. Hooker's Celebrated Hominy and Farina For sale by J. !<• W AAKk, iuar29dtf The nicest quality or white drips. For sale by inarJ'Jdt! 9, l. WEEK*. 1 AUCTION SALC8. t. M. f ATTICS A CO., AueiiOHtcn PLUM STREET. Valuable Property in Westbrook at Auction. ON WEDNESDAY, 10th day uf April, nt half l*ust two P. M., (or it* stormy lust fair day,) will bo sold on toe premise.* without ibe least n - serve, the following described panvls ot Heat Es tate in Westbrook, as follows, vi/.: tloiiieMie.id situ ated at Alien’s corner, ho called, r.tDtamiug about forty acres of laud, with the UiiildmgN thereon. , n sisling of a good one and a ha f hIoi i. «| inn, j i(,„ v with L attached, with Kitchen, W.od and Oniriuge’ House. Also, a large Haru :>*. by mi teet, with .sued and Cora House near by, buildings all conveniently arranged and in good re|»a r. Also, am.tin r lot ol Land at said Allen’s corner, containing about i; acres, with good Haru, Piggery and bind, all in bno order. —ALSO— About 20 acres of drained meadow, as good or bt t • ter land ibr gardening than can be found in the 'dale, situated near Allen’s corner on tin road leading to Portland via Tiikey’s brake. —a Lst *— a in nit 5 acres ol Meadow and Upland si turned on the ron.| leading from Allen’s to Morrill's ton # , U> ,ii a VteC>’,‘Kwiralde lot fur biiiidtng and gardening. o1 .H:ud lau,i 1,1 l,*‘ lowu of Westbrook, alMMii 1* ;v k 0,m iVw c,t>" Portland, and om mile from ‘ vilm . M a,,rt Portland Horse Railroad, vat ion wi'tha vie a » 'b’hsta t ol . ulti desirabb- for nui/n :»*iount ol front, and very ahoul i»..hui„ii!!,| Si ‘" ,uf*J Extato will hi- sold H»ikrx,tv.o llorslx •>,.¥ ? Uah'lax.aU t owx anil Wats -ox, l-'anuiuj. ij'i"' 'i;*-. '•HS.-lla-r Hill! ho til PunutBru. ‘ * l’"r»«n «t ibi- Hon*. The above property is to !*• a<,i<i l..i , . . . , der, a ud oil the most favorable i r„,*,e l1!4* ',* *• “ mircliasc!-i di>.ii(. K'»Uih. < n*b, || the punnaxi* so u«. »ru, or one quarter ca)*li ii... i auec from one to live y. ars w.Ih note £5 iStjE interest at m «r cent »,-n,i-!u,.,„ll|v. The sonal property to be sold lor cash. 1 For particulars call on Cyrus Thurlow, 1C*> Com mercial street, or on the Auctioneers. 5-^'Sale to Commence with tue Homestead Mar 27____ ifi. M. PATI KN Or 4 0.. Auctioned, OFFICE PLUM STREET. Brick and Granite Block on Com mercial street at Auction. ON THURSDAY, April 11th, at 12 M.on llie prt-ro isos, northerly side of Commercial street, rear of Custom House, will bt; sold the four storied Brick and Granite Block, oft wo stoics. Nos 71 and 7J— Stores about 26x70 leet each. Terms at sale. Keys at auctioneers office. ap!Mtd Valuable Beal KMsitc at Auction. ON THURSDAY, April 11, at 3 o'clock f M, I shall X,-II the valuable l.,t ot lan.l on I', ai l xteet, hem«tho UwcIHuk H««« l.»l ..I llie late Hon. l'.liplialct Greely. Ii is lu. leet on Pearl si t cel? by about 107 led back, with the debris tin icon. Theie is a dressed granite walk ofaln.iji rA) teel in length by about leet wide uninjured ami the underpining is dressed granite. All Ihe material on the ground m good. Only one ot the shaoe iiecs in fr..ut ol the house was destroyed by ll.e lire. Tidy is me of the must valuable and desirable loifln the market pit a* auth ao.1 centrally «Ruaic,l-u, a \,-ry ,lcaii;,hlo nelyhborlKMxl—wlttiin 90 I'm ot c'tmgrexx xtm-t , near the Park. Sale isisitivc '■'1-201.1_JUS I EII s HAHJCY, Attc i.ait-er. Sale ol Tinibcr Lauds for Ban s’ College. Land Okficf, i Bangor, March 7, l*f.7. I NOTICE is hereby given, in puis nance of •• Re solve to carry Into effect chapter two hundred eiglitv-toiir of the Resolves of eighteen hundred six ty-iour in favor of Bates’ College/’ approved Febru ary 2s, I8b7, that townships numbered 8, Rung. 17 Jind lu Range 17 W E L S, situated upon the ( pper Saint dolm River, excepting the Soutlnast quaiter ot the last named township, will be ottered tor sale by public auctiou lor the In-nolit ol said College, at the Land Office in Bangor, on Wcdius'day the 11th day of September next, at 12 o’clock, noon. < me third cash and K&ttefafdory notes payable in on and two years, secured by mortgage on the prem ises, will be received .n paynnnt. ISAAC R. CLARK, mnrKdtSept 11, Land Agent. F. O. BAILEY, (Successor to II. Bailey Ji Son,) Anclionecr, Commission Merchant, - AND - REAL ESTATE BROKER. Office (at present) at 47ii Fore Sfreel, Up Stair*. l*orflaa«t« April 1, 1V67. dtf JOHN f ltOt KI T I , A tn liouet-r mid Appraiser, (UtUee with Evans Bailey) ntr W NOS. I & 2 FREE STREET BLOCK, dtf ME DIVA L EL El 'TEJt’lT Y 08. W. n" DEWING, ATodical Electrician • • 174 MIDDLE STEER'D, Xfnrly l>p|ioi»itc the tmti>4 Mate* llol« WHELM he would respectfully announce to citizens ol Portland and viciuity, that he s permum-nlly located in this city. During the thro©' years wo have been in this city, w# have eared sumo ol the worst forms of disease In persons wim have tried other forms oi treatment in vain, and curing patients in so short a time that the question is otten asked, do they stay cure*! ? To answer this questioi we will say that all that do not stay cured, we doctor the second time without charge. Dr. 1). has been a practical Electrician lor twenty one years, aud Is also a regular graduated physiciat. Electricity is perfectly adapted 10 chrome discuses in the form ol nervous or sick headache; neuralgia in the head, neck, or extremities; consumption "when in the acute stages or where the lungs are not mlly involved; acute or chronic rheumatism scrofula, hip diseases, while swellings, spinal diseases, curvature of the spine, contracted lunacies, distort d limb*, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas* Da nee. dt allies,. -lam 1 tiering or hesitancy of speech, dyspepsia, indiges tion, constipation and liver complaint, piles—we Jure every case tliatcan be presented; asthma, bronchi tis, strictures <?i the chest, ami all form* of leuml# complaints. Hy Fleotrieity The l’heuuiatic. the gouty, the lame and the hizv leap with joy, ami uiovo with the agility and elastic ity of youth; the heated brain Is cooled; the 'frost bitten limits restored, the iineontb deformities re« moved; faintness converted l<» vigor, wrakm ‘ > strength; the blind inatio to see. the deal to near and the palsiedIbrin to move upright; the blemishes ot youth are obliterated; the ACCIDENT* ot mature hie prevl ined ; the calamities ot old age obviated ami an active circulation maintained, b A l» I R * Who have cold ham.s ana leet; weak stomach*, tnm and weak back.-; nervous and sick headache; diz ness and swimming in the head, wi»h indigestion and constipation of the bowels; pain in the side and buck; leueorrhcea, (or whites); (ailing of the womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, poUmi.-, and all tint long train ol disease* will find in Electricity a snr«* means oi' cure. Vot painiul menstruation, too ,..oinse menstruation, and all ot those long line oi troubles with young ladies, Electricity is a certain specific, and will, In a short lime, restore the tutterer to the vigor of health. TRUTH ! TEETH I TKEX11 l Dr. D. still contiuues4o Extract Teeth by Elec tricity without pain. Persons having decayed teeth or stumps they wish to have remove*I for reset ting he would give a indite Invitation to call. Superior Electro Magnetic M v .minks lor sale for family use, with thorough iiist.r u lions. Dr. D. can accommodate a lew patients with board end treatment at his house. Office hours from 8o'clock A. M to J2 M.; Irom to t) 1*. M , and 7 to 9 in the evening. Consultation free. novlu New Spring Goods ! COOK & AVr.KS DRAPERS AND TAILORS, - AT - Xo, 109 FEDERAL STREET, have just received a good 9 lection of Broadcloths, Doeskins, Vestirijs, - ANI> - T It I Itl M I ft 4S H suitable for tlio SPRIN G TRAD K ! Which they «vill make into garments at reasonable prices. Orders from their customers arc respectfully 1 soli Led. l COOK & AY ELS will occupy cl lumber* over the store on their old location in Exchange Street, a-out . the middle of May. 1 March 25, 1867. <13w BASE BALL. BATS, BALLS, SCORE BOOKS, BASES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT GEYEB’s, i 15* Proe Street, Agent tor the Ross Ball. 1 Aj»l 4—11 Choice Clayed Molasses. 4( )») linns., I Nii|Miinr 4 Inycd >1 o j |«» TIERCES, » Iumm'h. Now lauding from l»rig “Anun Wellington,” from Cardenas, and for sale l»y CHASE, CRAM & STl RTKVANT, . mar‘2.’. «lt i Widgerv’s \\ hart. run tHj izuits. Ckd\d\ TOW** Cumberland Pan Raw Bon© \“A I'hos. of Lime. 50 Tons Coe’s Phosphate of Lime. •jr, Tons E. K. Coo's l*ho<phato of Lime. 20 Tons Lloyd's Phosphate of Lime. 500 Barrels Lodi Foudrette. ;i00 Barrels Littletield's Poudretto. 400 Barrels Fish Guano. QfFor sale at Manufacturer's Prices, by KCNDAJLL. A WHITNEY. Feb 8, 1K07. te9d3mlt Plaster, Plaster. d\d\ TONS pnreground Plaster, forsaleattbc J I/\/ lowest market price, by Kendall A Wliihiev* mar29d2m Market Hall, Portland. .1 Grave Charge, rpHE clown of SkUr iV 0»iyU>r*s Minstrels, when 1 asked “whofirst introduced gambling info this country," answered, “California Clicup dohn." — Whether the Is true or not it docs not matter; but one thing is certain, that Calii« rnta Cheap dohn was the first to introduce into this city Lon<| A'lullt i»»g, draft* Puritioiiiiii; booth, IIiiIm an«| Itool* at unusually low prices. Call and sc© him Remember the number, 333 C. tigress Street. Mareli 27. dtf Steamers lor sai<». CTEKN WIIEEI. S I KAMELS ..•• an<1 >/ "Cliuiu", -i yCMS OM. "I tl... t,.Lowing .Ilmen slons; Length I0.i feet; width over oil .•* net; ,i,.,,th 4} feet; drati of water 3d inches; < fg ..d sp. ed. w ith large freight and passenger capacity, in good order and ready for service, with full inventory. r.mpure of ROSS A* STCHOIVANT, mcMSdlni 73 Commercial Street. OK. Kld/ABKTII K. AIIA AIN, of Cape Elizabeth, (formerly Mrs. Chambvilin.ot pert land). Consul tat ion fret at her otliec a d. 11. Tem ple & Co.'s st.. re, corner i \ ingress and Pearl s I reels. Portland, every Wednesday. Kelly's ©ehhruteq Medicines to t>© hint at her office and residence, March 25, d3m.