Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, 8 Mayıs 1873, Page 3

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated 8 Mayıs 1873 Page 3
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THE PRESS! THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1873. the: press May l>e obtained at the Periodical Depots of Fes senden Bro3., Marquis, Robinson, Biauell & Co.‘ Andrews, Went worth, Glcndenning Moses, Hender 'On, aud Chisholm Bros., on all train# that run out of the ity. At Biddeford, ofPillsbury. At Saco of L, Hodgdon. At Waterville, of J. S. Carter. At Gorham, of News Agent. At Bath, of J. O. Shaw. At Lewiston, of French Bros. At Kenucbunk, of C. E. Mi.lcr. CITY AND VICINITYr New tdmtineiucuU Te-Dor. AUCTION COLUMN. Apple Trees, &c—F. O. Bailev & Co. Real Estate F. O. Bailey & Oo. Choice Fruit Trees—F. O. Bailey & Co. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Cilv of Portland—Sewer in Brackett street. House on Neal street for Sale. Administrator's Notices—3. Sale of Forfeitrd Goods—I. Washburn, Jr. Saw Gammer and Sharpener. Probate Notice. MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES. Novelty—A. H. Coe. , Adamson’s Botanic Congo Balsam. Superior Court. MAY TERM, SYMOXDS. j., PRESIDIXG. Wednesday.—The breath oi promise caso of Whitnoy vs. Chute, assigned for to-day was settled this morning by the parties, the defendant paying 8200 and taxable costs. Rufus Smith, appl’t, vs. William K. Colby. Tro ver for a fence of the value of llftecn dollars. Ver dict for the plaintiff for §17.50. Siramons for plaintiff. Orr for defendant. IVInnivipnl Court. JUDGE MORRIS PRESIDING. Wedxesdav.—John McMann. Intoxication. 30 days. Four cases of libelled d'luors forfoitol. Xo claim ants. __ Uriel Jottings. The County Commissioners give a hearing at 9 o’clock this morning in the matter of dam ages on the Boston and Maine extension. Major General Chamberlain lia3 appointed Col. A. W. Bradbury of this city, aide-de-camp upon his staff with the rank of Maj a. Tho Hospital Fair Committee have engaged Congress Hall for the accommodation of out of town people during the Fair, where they can rest and leave their things. Hon. Mr. Brassey has hired the celebrated yacht “Livonia,” from Mr. Ashbury and she sailed from Cowes, Isle of Wight, on April 19th for this port. John Kavanagh, laborer at Fort Preble, had his leg hrokeu yesterday by a mortar bin falling on him. Thomas C. Upham,of Bowdoin College, “Abso lute Bcligion,” looking in the direction of the ism, is to bo published by the Putnams in due course of events. , Five vessels were discharging cargo in Back Bay yesterday. Frederick Fox, Esq., has bceu appointed ad ministrator of the estate of the late Samuel Bumery. A match game of base ball was played yes terday afternoon between the Mountaineers and Haymakers, resulting in favor of the Moun taineers by a score of 2S to 15. The ladies oj the Executive Committee on the Maine General Hospital Fair, wish to ex press their thanks to the ladies of the Second Parish church for theirefforts in the ente rtain ment given them for the benefit of the Hospit al. Baruum is surely coming on the 28th inst., and has secured every bill board in the city up to that date. Judge Clifford, of the United States Supreme Court, arrived in town last evening and is stop ping at the Falmouth. Pine street Methodist church has received during the past year, into full connection 53; by letter 11, and 59 were baptised. The Sunday running of horse cars in this city will begin next Sunday, extra cars will also be run ou the Deering line. The Horse Car Co., have recently purchased ten new horses to replace those lost by disease. The annual May inspection of the Blues and the Infantry was liolden last evening, conduct ed by Capt’s. Pennell aud Fessenden. The re sult was highly satisfactory. At the conclus ion of the inspect.ou the two companies parad ed the streets. The prices of admission to the Bubenstein concert have been reduced to one dollar. There will now be a rush to see the piano king. The editors of the Tonic, the paper to be pub lished during tha Hospital Fair, have received a fine “head” for the paper from Bussell & Bichardsou, wood engravers, No. 61 Court St., Boston. Mr. J. F, Bichardson is a native of Maine. The exhibition of fine paintings at Lancaster Hall is attracting the attention of those of our .citizens who are interested in art matters. Our Maine artists are fully represented, and there is au excellent display by Boston painters. ICnighta Templars must not forget to express their preferences as to who shall have that sword which is to bo voted for at the Hospital Fair. It is to be given to the Commander or Past Commander who receives the largest num ber of votes. Portland Horticultural Society.—The spring exhibition of the Portland Horticultural Society, was held at Beception Hall, City Building, yesterday and was quite extensive and highly appreciative. The collection of plants was very fine. They were all in full bloom, and the air was heavy with their per fume. Of some varieties the display was very large. There wore over twenty varieties of azalea, embracing a magnificent double azalea, displayed by Joseph Dirgangcr, Also twenty four varictis of cinuoraries and thirty-six of pansies, ten of fern and six of heath. From the garden of J. B. Brown were twenty-six va rities of plants, taking up nearly one side of the hall. Noticeable among them were the thirlecn varieties of carnations, a splendid be gonia newly imported, attracted much atten tion, as also did four orange trees. A basket of May flowers was one of the sweetest things in the halLThe following is the official list of the premiums: To Patrick Duffee, gardener to Hon. J. B. Brown, for best collection of plants, not less than 25 in blossom, $10. To Joseph A. Dirwanger, for best twelve specimens of plants in blossom, $8. To Charles F. Bryant, for best six do do $3. To Patrick Duflfte, for best singlo specimen, $1. To Patrick Duflfee, for best display cut flow ers, $5. To Joseph A. Dirwanger, for the best do do *3. To Charles F.Bryant,for best parlor bouquet, S3. w To Joseph A. Dirwanger, for second best do do $2. To Charles F. Bryant, for best hand bouquet, $2. To Joseph A. Dirwanger, for best do do, $1. To Mabel Elwell, for best basket of wild flowers, $2. To Miss Andrews, for second best do do, $1. To Joseph A. Dirwanger, best^lisplay of Ca To Mrs. C. Armstrong, for tine hydcrangea. V** To Joseph A. Dirwanger, for choice new plants, SO. To Patrick Duffee, for do do, SI. The Lilliputians.—Good audiences greeted the Lilliputians at Fluent Hall yesterday and last evening. They arc indeed veritable won ders, looking even smaller than the announce ments led us to suppose. The grace and vivac ity of the little fairies delighted all those who were present. Tho children, in particular, were highly amused, and inspected with great curiosity the doll chairs aud sofa which tho sister used. The musical entertainment by tho members of the Deuel family, added much to the enjoyment of the audience. No ono should fail to see these small people who realize the fable of pygmies. They give entertainments every afternoon and evening during the re mainder of tho week. Deceased.—Thoms M. Giveen, Esq., has re ceived intelligence of the death of George E. Brown on the 29th ult., at Georgetown, D. C., from cerebro spinal meningitis. Mr. Brown was a native of Hampden in this State, and was a graduate of Bowdoiu College in the class of 1863. During the war he was a captain in the 22d regiment, Maine Volunteers. At its close he received an appointment in the patent office, where he remained two ytars. Since leaving the patent office lie has been engaged in the practice of the law at Washington. At the timo of his death he was 31 years of age. He leaves a wife and one child. In reply to your query of yesterday, 1 wouli say that it is only persons who driuk to excess aud who, if not drunkards, are liable to be eomo so, who are summoned before the grand jury in liquor cases. Lex. Cokonek.—City Marshal Barker, who wai some time since appointed Coroner, yesterday tiled his bond, aud is qualified for the yierfor mance of tlio duties pertaining to the office. Masonic. The Grand Chapter met at 9 o’clock Wednes day. Tho Committee on Dispensations and Charters reported, and it was accepted, grant ing a charter t,o Union Chapter at Mechanic Falls; referring the application for a new Chapter at Oldtowu to the Grand High Priest; granting leave to withdraw to the petitioners for a new Chapter at Bowdoinliatn. The Grand High Priest elect, H. H. Bur bank, was installed by G. H. P. John W. Ba - lou. Ho announced the following appoint ments: r , District Deputy Grand High PnesW. BjJJ? nf M. Haves of Bath, fifth district, John Bird of ^mndChip^ns8-^. Charles C. Mason of Cane Elizabeth depot, Kev. Charles C. Vinal of KepnebnukTKev. Wm. E. Gibbs of Portland Kev Charles d Porter of Bahgor. Joseph A. Locke of Portland, S. C. of H. Charles W. Haney of Belfast, G. P. Si. Janies if. Neveus of Bucksport, G. E. A. C W. H. Smith of Portland, G, M. 3d V. Samuel W. Lane of Augusta. G. M. 2dV Manly G. Trask of Bangor, G. M 1st V Elijah Smith of Saco, G. Steward E. E. Paine of Camden, G. Steward. Mark Eollins oi China, G. Steward. 1’ ranees T. Faulkner of Turner, G. Steward. Warren Phillips of Portland, G. Sentinel. Timothy J. Murray of Portland, G. Lecturer. These officers were installed by P. G. H. P. Ballon, and the Grand Chapter closed at 11J o’clock. AFTERNOON, Grand Lodge—No business of interest. Grand Conncil—Met at two o’clock,Gordon E.Garden presiding. The following officers were elected: Charles I. Collamore of Bangor, Grand Mas ter. _ Sumner H. Boynton of Kockland, Deputy Grand Master. Fesseden I. Day of Lewiston, K.P. G. M. Wm. Tucker of SkowhegaD, P. G. M. Charles P'obes of Portland, G. Treasurer. Jra Berry of Portland, G. Eecorder. Kev. C. C. Mason of Cape Elizabeth Depot, Grand Chaplain. John W. Toward of Augusta, G. M. of C. Charles N. Bates of Brunswick, G. C. of G. C. C. Haves of Portland, G. C. W. W. Washburn of China, G. Steward. Warren Phillips of Portland, G. Sentinel. The Grand Council was closed. EVENING. The Grand Commandery met at 7 o’clock, Henry H. Dickey, Grand Commander, presid ing. The following officers were elected: John W. Ballou of Batli,Grand Commander. Geo. M. Holmes of Gaidiner, Deputy Grand Commander. Lemuel Bradford of Bangor, Grand Geaer alissimo. S. C. Gordon of Portland, Grand Captain General. Eev. Wm. E. Gibbs of Portland, Grand Prelate. Orrin S. Fogg of Portland. Grand Senior uiueu. Daniel C. Palmer of Gardiner, Grand Junior Warden. Charles Fobes of Portland, Grand Treasurer. Ira Berry of Portland, Grand Recorder. Horatio A. Duncan of Bath, Grand Standard Bearer. John Bird of Rockland, Grand Sword Bear er. Marshal Dyer of Bangor, Grand Warden. Warren Phillips of Portland, G. C. of G. Tho Grand Cominandery was closed. Fire.—About 3 o’clock yesterday afternoon fire was discovered in a small, two story frame house on Commercial street, near the foot of Park. After the engines arrived it was speedi ly extinguished. The house was occupied by Mrs. Mary Stanton, a poor but worthy woman, who lost considerable furniture. Tho damage was slight as it was valued at only 8100. It is owned by Capt. Isaac Sturdivant. The fire caught probably from a passing engine. Some amusing scenes were witnessed. The engines and firemen completely blocked up Commercial street at that point and the Grand Trunk pas senger train was unable to pass to the P. S. & P. depot, as tho hose lay across the track. Car riages with passengers for the Boston train were also unable to pass. The anxiety of the various passengers cn route to the Boston trains caused great mirth among the bye standers. Ho beseeching or swearing, however, could induce the removal of the hose from across the track until the danger was over. Donations to the Hospital Faib.—The exective committee acknowledge the donation of additional articles and money in aid of the Maine General Hospital Fair, from the follow ing named parties: Robinson Manufacturing Co., Joseph Robin son agent, Oxford, repellauts; John Harper, Welchville, repellants. A. Linn, Hartland, shawls; received through H. J. Libby & Co., agents. M. N. Burns, show case. Dr. John T. Gilman, Japanese opium pipe and pouch. F. A. Leavitt, patent tent. John Patten of Bath, through Dr. Fuller, cash 8500. Portland Water Company, water for Hospital one year. J. H. Temple, trucking. Knight & Wliidden, calcine plaster. Josiali Pierce, Colt’s presentation pistol. May Entertainment, through Mrs. D. W. Fessenden, cash 852.50. Alvin Deering, chest tea. Charles H. Haskell, Treasurer. Installation at Williston Chapel.—The ordination to tho work of the ministry and in stallation of Mr.'Burke Leavitt over the church worshipping at Williston Chapel, took place last evening. The house was well filled. The sermon, from Matthew 29 : 28, by the Rev. Goo. Leavitt of Cambridge, was on the principle of self devotion to the work of the ministry. Tho ordaining prayer was by Rev. J. J. Abbott of Yarmouth. The right hand of fellowship was given by Rev. F. C. Southworth of the Bethel church. Rev. Dr. Carruthers Was to have de livered the cliargo to the pastor, but not being present this part of the exercise was omitted. The charge to the people was given by Rev. M. H. Williams of Plymouth church; closing prayer by Rev. Mr. Dalton; benediction by tho pastor. Hampton Colored Students.—The Con cert by the Hampton Colored Students at City Hall this evening ought to, and undoubtedly will attract a large audience. The troupe em- ‘ braces seventeen members. They will confine themselves to tho genuine Southern melodies> and the proceeds will be used for the benefit of the Hampton Training School for teachers in Virginia. The great reputation which these sweet singers have attained, will give them a crowded house. The obiect is one of the no blest institutions in tbe country. Reserved seats are for sale at Stockbridge’s. Peep O’Day.—The amateur entertainment in favor of the Maine General Hospital, by tho Emerald Boat Club, at Music Hall last evening was witnessed by a good audience. Tho play was “Peep O’Day.’’ It was well put upon the stage, and the actors did admirably, evincing a fine appreciation of the spirit of their roles,and sustaining their parts in the best manner. The Fair scene and the old quarry were particularly excellent, Tho play will be repeated on the lGth instead of the 14th inst. as previously an nounced. Burglary. — Some time during Tuesday night a safe belonging to Mr. S. W. Robinson, in the office of Byron D. Verrill, esq., No, 49| Exchange street, was broken open and a check of $50, payable to Mr. Robinson and signed by B. D. Verrill, $40 in money, mostly in small bills, and a large quantity of postage stamps, largely one cent, taken therefrom. Tho lock had been tampered with and the safe entered that way. It is thought the burglar must have secreted himself in the office. Cary Co ncert.—The sale of tickets for the Cary concert has opened finely, nearly 500 be ing sold the first day. The price of tickets, 50 cents including a reserved seat, wifi secure a crowded house, and those who propose attend ing will do well to secure seats early. This is Miss Cary s last appearance before her depar ture for Europe. Real Estate .—Real estate in this city is looking up, and is in mnch greater demand than for several years past. There is evidently an improvement in business, which is calling people iuto the city. Desirable rents are be coming difficult to obtain, the demand for them increasing every day. Yesterday- thero were over fifty applicants for a single rent. Morris Brothers.—Morris Brothers' min strel troupe gives an exhibition at Music Hall this evening. The troupe embraces twenty star artists, and is tho old favorite minstrelsy, pure, and unalloyed. Reserved seats are for sale at Hawes & Cragin’s. Accihen'T.—John Keough, a laborer at Fori Preble, sustained an oblique fracture of the thigh bone by the fall of some planking of a staging upon which he was at work. Dr. Mer rill was called and set the factored limb. Cape Elizabeth. There is talk of building a new Town House. At Town House Corner two new stores are to be built, one 20x50 with hall overhead by J. L. Parrott; the other by Sumner Libby-. An effort will be made to have a new post office at Town House Corner. Thero is need of one. Lecture.-A lecture will be delivered or Sundav evening, May Utb iu Congress Hall, by J Hagan, Professor of philosophy ant lanimages. His subject will be “The Reforma tion” Mr. Hagan has been a constant lectur er in Europe and the United States during th( last nine months. As tho subject is one of in tense interest to ail religionists, a fair attend ance is expected. niSCEIiLANEOl’8 NOTICES. Notice.—A meeting of the Portland Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will be held May 8th, at half past sevea p. m„ in the Aldermen’s roam. Octayia C, Carroll, Secretary. Novelty.—“A. H. Coe,” ha* tho greatest novelty yet, for a hat. It is three combined. A light, and black silk, and one for rainy weather—and very light weight. Also rafts of other new styles. mayS-3t Political parties may rise and fall; thrones crumble and republics spring into boiug on their ruins; yet tho name of Adamson’s Bot anic Cough Balsam will ever be remembered and cherished as tho greatest and best cough remedy in the world. To-Day at 10 a. m., F. O. Bailey & Co., will sell at office by order of Deputy Sheriff Dresser a large stock of millinery and fancy goods,also show cases, &c. Just Received.—A large assortment of choico teas, Oolong and Japan, which I shall sell very cheap. Call at tho Chinaman’s Tea Store, No. 333 Congress street. invStf Burleigh, 8!) Middle street, sells more cloth ing than any other party in Maine. Tiie largest stock of Clothing n Portland is at Burleigh’s, 89 Middle street. For Breakfast, Cocoa lias become a gener al favorite wherever it has been introduced. Medical men recommend it as preferable to tea or coffee for nervous or delicate constitutions. Walter Baker & Co., Boston have achieved the highest reputation for their preparations cf Chocolate and Cocoa, which are sold every where. Twenty-five thousand dollars worth of Gents’ Furnishing Goods very cheap. Whole - i i . i m r t»_on uriJJlA At.AAf Dis. Urann who has made so many wonder ful cures of cases supposed to be incurable, will be at the Preblo House every Thursday, Friday and Saturday for the present. All should see him. __ apr28-tf The finest stock of Clothing is at Burleigh’s, 89 Middle street. BY TELEGRAPH. MASSACHUSETTS. Onke* Ames. Boston, May 7.—Oakes Ames remains this morning in about the same condition as last night, but is gradually growing weaker. Shipwreck. But three of the crew of the ship Tennyson, which foundered at sea Feb. 22d, were saved, including the 2d mate, William Noyes, who, with two seamen, floated eight days upon a piece of wreck. Not a Good Pastor—Sirs. Cushman. In the case of Kev. Kenneth Campbell, be fore the Norfolk Superior Court on complaint of Miss Howell, for being the father of her ille gitimate child, resulted in a verdict of guilty. The body of Mis. Cushman, a highly respect ed lady of Cambridge, was found in Charles river to-day. She disappeared several days ago. NEW YORK. Stokes’ Cast Hope Vanished. New York, May 7:—The general term of the Supreme Court, Judges Brady, Davis aud Fancherthis morning announced that they had decided to deny a motion for a new trial for Stokes. Stokes received the news of the refusrl of a trial by Supreme Court with indifference, mere ly saying to his father who was with him, “They’ve denied me a new trial, my case will now go to the Court of Appeals.” Judge Chase. The press all contain obituaries of Chief Jus tice Chase, uniting in eulogy of his integrity, ability aud spotless character. Flags every where are at half mast. His death was caused by a stroke of paraly sis which attacked him at eight o’clock yester day morning. He was totally unconscious from the lpoment of the fatal .attack till the hour of his death, and failed to recognize any of his relatives and friends. Flags on the City Hall aud other public build ings were displayed at half mast in respect to the memory of the deceased. The report of his death spread like wild fire through the city, and was everywhere received with the pro foundest regret. Surprise too was felt at his sudden taking off as it was believed bis health was recruited and that he had secured a new' lease of life, The Cheap Transportation Convention. The Convention re-assembled at the Astor House. The Committee on Credentials report ed the presence of about 100 delegates repre senting about 50 organizations. A Constitution and By-Laws was reported. It provides that the organization be known as the “National American Cheap Transportation Association" whosa object shall be the cheap ening and equalization of railroad transporta tion rates throughout the United States. It provides for a subordinate association in each State and regulates minor matters for the guid ance and government of National and State Associations. The committee on permanent organization reported the following officers: President. Hon. Josiali Quincy, of Boston; Secretary, R. H. Furgerson, of Troy, N. Y. One Vice-President was named for each State, embracing many well-known men. Gen. S. F. Hersey of Bangor, is the Vice-President for Maine. Hon. Josiah Quincy on being introduced was received with manifestations of enthusisasm. Addressing the convention, he said he had spent the larger part of his life in building rail roads, and felt very keenly the danger growing out of tho immense railroad monopolies. He appreciated tbeir great benefits, hut was aware of their danger to the people. The great grain arics of Illinois held enough to supply the cast with food, hut it depends upon one or two men to say what shall be paid for that food when de livered in the eastern cities. He thought some thing must be done to take this out of the hands of a few men. It was a matter that interested deeply the whole country, and should not he controlled by a very few, and the object of this association was to counteract this great evil. The railroads have power to bribe the legisla ture and will continue to control the laws until the people come together and assert their rights Tho rights of the railroad shareholders are not to be infringed upon but the paramount rights of tho whole people to cheap transportation must be asserted and secured. A lettor was read from Charlc3 i’rancis Adams stating that if he were younger he would most cheerfully participate in the contest for cheap transportation, but he had begun work to which he must use well the few years allotted him. In the afternoon several more delegates were admitted, and several letters were road on tho subject. M. D. Wilbur, chairman of the Committee on Resolutions, made a report. The resolutions created considerable discussion, some of the delegates objecting to the strong language used towards railroad corporations. The resolutions are prefaced with a [series of statements relative to the necessity of cheap transportation, and the first six resolutions set forth the importance of such means of com munication more fully. The following resolu tions set forth the gist of the matter before the Convention: Resolved, That it is tho duty of the hour and the mission of this Association to obtain from Congress and the different State Legislatures, such legislation as may be necessary to control and limit by law, within proper, constitutional and legitimate limits, the rates and charges of existing lines or transportation to increase where practicable the capacity of our present local in their production but general in theii , consumption, may all reach the consumer at the least practical cost of transportation, and that an arbitrary and unnecessary tax levied by the transporter over and above a fair remuneration for investment, is a burden upon the producei and consumer, that it is the part of wise states manship to remove. Resolved: That certain leading railroad eor porations of the country, although chartered t( subserve the public welfare and endowed witl the right of eminent domain solely for that rea son, have proved themselves practically mou opolies and become the tools of avaricious ant unscrupulous capitalists to be used to plundei the public, enrich themselves and impoverist the country through which they run. Resolved: That many of the railroad corpora tions have not only disregarded the public con veuience and prosperity, but have oppresset the citizen, bribed our legislatures and defied our executives and judges and stand to-day th< most menacing danger to American liberty and Republican government. : .^llat.tlu’ nrese nt system of railway ^?a^mentaaiT‘11K failed to meet the just ex SonnU,'dcrT,.u,»3s of the long sufferinj ed lwtw™,11‘dlcal>y reformed and control! eel by the strong hand of tho law both Stati vants*aueftmt master's office people'003 " Resolved, That to this end we im'oke the an of all fair minded men in all the States nf tl, Union in excluding from the hall 0f tho L^is lature, from our executive offices and from th bench and such railway officials, railway atter neys or other hirelings as prostitute public offie to the base uses of private gains. Resolved, That leaving the different section and interests that desire cheap transportatioi to work out the problem in such a manner a maybe deemed best, we earnestly invoke thei careful consideration, their energetic action an their resolnte will injregulating and eontrollin the rates of transportations and giving lemur erative wages to the producer and cheap pr< duces, to the consumer untaxed by unearne charges for the carriage. Resolved, That wo invite the peop] of the various States to organize subsid iug associations in State, county, and town t< cooperate with the National Association; tha the power to accomplish the purposes desire< rests absolutely with the suffering millions Relief is within their reach and control. Unitec action and the near future will give as certain as its need for all time and the good of all the true solution of the problem of cheap transpor tation. The following committee was appointed ti draft an address to the people:—Hon. Josial Quincy of Boston, M. D. Wilbur of Michigan Horace H. Day of New York, R. H. Ferguson of Troy, Henry Bronson of Kansas, J. A. Noo van of Milwaukee, and W. H. C. Price of New York. The convention then adjourned to meet in Washington in January, 1874, at the call ol the Executive Committee. The Civil War in Louisiana. Excitement in Brashear City. Brashear City, May 6—10 P. M.—-Great ex citement exists all over the parish Tho people are determiued to resist the forty Metropolitans who arrived here to-day. They are closely watched by the citizens, and it is said that any overt act on their part will be promptly resist ed. Contrary to ordinary usage, the citizens fraternize with the Metropolitans, hut all are on tho alert. No colored men are to be seen on the streets, and everything is seemingly quiet. Brashear City, May 7.—Eight Metropoli tans arrived this morning, making 45 altogeth er. The citizens refused them all shelter and they are stopping in small negro cabins. They have orders to go to St. Martinsville hut can get no transportation. The ferry boat here is removed aud the fish boats stopped near Frank lin and guarded by citizens. The citizens here are still determined. The Situation at St. Martinsville. Franklin, May 6—10.25 P. M.—The latest information from St. Martinsville indicates that a fight is inevitable, and will probably take place early to morrow morning. About twenty hve well mounted and well armed men have left here since night fall for St. Martinsville to resist Kellogg’s army. Great excitement pre vails. The telegraph office is crowded with anxious men. New Iberia, May 6—9.5D P. M.—Tho situa tion at St. Martinsville is unchanged. There wa3 a heavy firing on the picket line this after noon. Citizens were driving the Kellogg pick ets in. No casualties are reported. A battle may take place at any moment, ft is reported that the Kellogg army hold the bridge crossing the bayou, thus preventing an attack from the rear. New Iberia, May 7.—Firing was heard this morning. A courier from the citizens’ camp reports that three Metropolitans were killed and five wounded in a skirmish. The citizens’ pickets have advanced within two squares of the court house, where Col. Badger has concen trated his force Citizens are collecting from every portion of Attakapas. Most of the re cruits are of the better class, well mounted and generally armed with breech-loading shot guns. So far young men principally have gone to the Isr-irrlA/l mpn in thfi towns uta watahin<r negro organizations and aro preparing to frus trate them. Captains of steamboats have been warned not to transport the Motroplitans, and consequently did not bring them at Berwick’s Bay, knowing their boats would be blown up. The entire bayou Techeis under surveillance by well organized bodies of citizens. Kellogg troops can only reach St. Martinsville by fight ing their way up the-bayou. It is generally supposed that an engagement took place last night, hut no reports have been received to this hour. 'i 1,0 Prospect more Peaceful -'Federal Troops to Interfere. New Orleans, May 0—11 P. M.—Several gun stores were broken open by the mob to night and robbed of their contents. The ex citement in the city is subsiding, since it is cur rently reported that Gen. Emory has consented to send a company of Federal troops to protect the Metropolitans, who seem to be in danger at St. Martinsville. Their opponents seem to have them in close quarters. Gun Store Bobbed at lew Orleans. New Orleans, May 7.—There were no Met ropolitans on the heats last night, those re maining in the city being concentrated at the statious. It is understood that those who re fuse to tako rifles are allowed to resign. Seve ral have loft the force, declaring they would not take up arms against the people of tho State. Mudges’ gun store was broken into by a mob during the night and almost its entire contents carried off, there being no policemen present to protect the property. It is understood that an arrangement has been made between the Federal officials and Gov. Kellogg by which, under the plea of en forcing civil processes against Col. De Blanche anil other leading tax resisters, the United States will to-day go to relief of the Metropol itans at St. Martinsville. De Blanche reports to MeEnery that he holds’ the Metroplitans in cheek No general engagement had taken place at last accounts. A special despatch from Iberia to tho Pica yune says that a shafrp engagement took place to-day at St. Martinsville. The police about 2.1.r> p. in. made a sortie from the town aud at tacked the forces of Col. De Blanche, who fell back before them. The police fired both solid shot and shell from cannon, but without effect. They advanced about a mile and a half be yond the town and made a stand, but retreated after a brisk skirmish before the advancing forces of Col. Dclans. Organization of the Connecticut X,?jpiain tare. Hartford, May 7 —The Connecticut Legis lature convened this forenoon and perfected an organization in both Houses. In the Senate, Hou. Allen Tenney of Norwich, was elected President pro tern., and George H. Crowells of Waterbury, Clerk. In tho House, Hon. W. W. Eaton of Hartford, tvas elected Speaker, and Samuel A. York of New Haven, and E. H. Hyde, Jr., of Salford, Clerks. Both Houses were occupied during the morning session with tho usual preliminary business. Resolutions were passed declaring the election of Governor Ingersoll and the other Democratic candidates for State offices. The day is very fine, and the streets are crowded with people to witness the inauguration parade. Tho First and third Regiments of Connecticut made a parade with full ranks, and two companies of tho Governor’s Horse Guard, and two companies of the Governor’s Foot Guard made a fine military display, tho Gov ernor elect reviewing tho troops on the park shortly after noon. Treasury Balance?. Washington, May 7. The following aro the Treasury balances to day : Currency $-1,633,764; special deposits of le gal tenders for redemption of certificates of de posit $26,633,000; com $73,118,309; including $26,172,100 in coin certificates; legal tenders outstanding $357,163,767. .UBTGOKOIiOUICAL. PROIIABILITIES FOR THE NEXT TWENTY-FOCB HOURS. War Dep’t, Office Chief Signal ) Officer, Washington, D. C., > May 7. 8 (P. M.) ) Probabilities—For the Gulf and South At lantic States and Tennessee partly cloudy aud clearing weather with southerly winds, veering to southwesterly and northwesterly. For the northwest and thence to Kansas aud Missouri cloudy weather and rain, possibly clearing Thursday afternoon with northwesterly winds. For the lake region and thence to the Ohio Val ley northeasterly and southerly winds and cloudj aad rainy weather. For Canada and New Eng land increasing cloudiness. diminishing pressure and occasional rain. For tho Middle States generally cloudy and rainy weather, falling bar ometer and higher temperature. Cautionary signals will continue at Chicago, Milwaukee, Grand Haven, Detroit, Toledo aud Cleveland, aud are ordered for Buffalo, Rochester, Oswegc and Duluth. | - FOKE1 c; IM. 1 Shocking Railway Accident. TWENTY-ONE PERSONS KILLED, Vinnna, May 7.—A despatch from Pest! brings1 intelligence of a sboeking railway acci dent near that city. Twenty-one persons ar< - reported killed and forty injured, some of whom are not expected to recover. Six carriages oi tho train were completely demolished. Rather Ridiculous. London, May 7.—The Vienna correspondeni of the Daily News ridicules the American de partment of the exhibition, and give3 the fol lowing correct list of articles.to be seen in the Section assigned to theUuited States: Two cases of Colt’s fire arms, threo binnacles, one stuffec eagle, two salt sellers, a dentist’s chair and sir bottles of water taken from the ' Mississipp river. , The explanation of this meagre display ii found in the former mismanagement of the American section, and it is confidently hopet now that the new commissioners and exhibitor! have gone actively to work to repair the evil; effects that the goods from America will be speedily unpacked and the exhibition from tha country will coma up to the standard expected MINOR TELEGRAMS. Mr. James Freeman Clark of Boston, write; the Courier Journal that he isn’t for B. F. But lei for Governor. The situation at the Lava beds remains un changed. A Montreal despatch say3 that the village o Tanneries in Canada, was mostly burned Tues day, leaving one hundred families homeless.

A London despatch says that the Pope is ii a precarious condition. A Washington despatch says it is quite pos sible that Judge Bingham will be the new Min ister to Russia. The colored men aro lookini for the appointment. Benj. F. Butts, publisher, and Andrew Ciarl editor, of tho Newark Echo, liavo been bourn over on five separate indictments for publish ing an obscene paper. At Copperopolis, Cal., Tuesday, Joseph Spi eel- shot and killed his sou Thomas, and mutil ated his body horribly with an axe. Hi daughter witnessed the deed and Spicer is ii i custody. Negotiations are progresMiig in Washingtor to secure lands granted by Texas to tho Paris ians who purchased El Paso and relieve Gen i Fremont from tho judgment of French courts The steamer Atlantic has been cntirel; ^ blown up. 5 The Democrats elected the Mayor in Indiac apolis, lnd., yesterday, bat tho Republicans a! 1 other officers. ; The entire business portion of Paris, Tenn - was burned Tuesday. Los3 $100,000. - The widow of Gen, Wool died at Troy, N. Y i yesterday, aged 86. A hand of Carlists commanded by Don A phonso. have been surrounded near Igualadn. The action of tho Dominion ministry in post i poning the Pacific Railroad investigation until ; July and then having it secret, was sustained l in the House yesterday by 31 majority, after a hot debate. President Grant visited the Chicago Board of Prado rooms yesterday and was received with applause. The American Medical Association memor aliza Congress to place the medical staff of the army on an equality with other staff corps. Base ball—New York, Atlantics 6, Balti more s 5. At hew Haven—Bostons 23, Yales nothiug. Over 1400 Apache Indians have surrendered at camp Ycade. President Grant will not .visit Connecticut next week. Father Wilbur, Indian agent, has returned to Portland, Oregon, from a tour of 500 miles in eastern Oregon, and states that there is not the slightest foundation for the rumors that the Indians are threatening war. rSKAJiCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. JBeview *f Portland Market*. Week Ending May 7, 1873. The fine weather and Improved roads have increas ed the volumo of trade to a considerable extent, and Commercial itroet has presented a busy scene during the week in the moving of goods forward. There ha* been increased activity in all departments of trade, and a marked improvement which indicates a large business lor the month of May. The markets gener ally are very firm, the fluctuation* in prices being slight. The money market i* easier than it has been for some weeks. Gold has boon quite steady at the range of 116$@117. Tuesday the quotations wero 117@117J. Wednesday, 7th, they were 117fc@117$. Apples are about the same as they were last week. Beans are coming along more freely and price* are unchanged. Butter is strong—as one would judg* from smell of a largo portion of that offered for sale— but tho prices continue high; good old butter selling at 40®42c and new at 43®47c. Cheese is steady. Coal is steady at tho reduced rate. Cooperage is without change, the stock being very light. Coffee is firm. Copper and cordage are same a* last week. Dry goods are bryk and the sales are very largo. Drugs and dyes are unchanged. Duck is steady and firm, with large sales of Portland goods. Fish are ▼#ry firm. The stocks, both of dry and pickled,novo* before were so light, and tho advance on mackerel has besn sharp. There can be no redaction In prices un til new fish begin to come in. Flour is very steady, with a good enquiry for family grades. Fruit 1* un changed. - Grain is in good supply and prices are the same as last week. Hay is firm, the receipts being light,and dealers are paying $18@20 for pressed. Iron is very firm. Lard is unchanged. Leather is strong and steady. Limo is unchanged. Lumber is aotive with large receipts and an increased demand for ship ping. Star matches are in demand and steady at $1.95 3? gross. Molasses is in good supply and price* are steady. Nails are unchanged, selling at $5.50^ cask. Naval stores are without ohangs. Oils are in active demand for Koroaene and Linseed, with un changed prices. Paints are steady. Plaster is steady with abetter supply. Produce is active; eggs are selling at l(J@l$c in lots; potatoes at 75@85c. Provi sions are firm at the recent advanced rate* for pork Salt is steady. We note the arrival of a cargo of Liverpool te one of our dealers. Seeds aro in good dema\d, especially for herdsgras* which has advanc ed 50c F bushel. Sugars are firmer with an advance on hard, and we quote granulated at llj@ll§c, and coffee crashed at 10i@10Jc; Eagle sugars are selling at 7f@l$c according to grade. Teas are unchanged. Tins are a little off for pig, but plates are very firm. Wool is in more active demand and prices are firmer man mey nave been ror weeks. FREIGHTS.—A few vessels can obtain freights for Cuba, if here, but tonnage is scarce. The jdemand for vessels for River Platte is not so brisk as it has been, though charters could not be made lower than former rates. The engagements since our last report are echr Mary Louise, from Bath to N. side of Cuba and back N. of Hatteras at $5 for molasses and 55c for sugar; schr Maicus Hunter, hence to Cardenas and back N, of Hatteras, at $4.75 for molasses; schr Clara W. Elwell, hence to Cardenas, and back N. of Hatteras, at $4.75 for molasses. Coastwise freights are dull and unchanged. Receipts by Railroads and Btcambaots. Steamer Franconia from New York—550 half chests tea, 279 rolls paper stock, 165 bales rags, 7 do pulp, 11 do wool. 15 do cotton, 9 do burlaps, 59 bags wool, 350 do seed, 100 do shot, 60 do phosphates, 125 rolls leather, 51 hlids molasses, 20 casks bleaching powders, 18 do white lead, 100 bbls flour, 50 do sugar, 35 do saltpetre, 10 do rosin. 50 boxes saleratus, 40 dcr starch, 30 do clocks, 20 do hardware, 25 drugs, 50 do b. powders. 20 bales trees, 21 bbls glass ware, 5 do sulphur, 2 casks sheep skins, 21 bdls selves, 40 do pa per hangings, 4 garden engines, 14 pianos, 200 pckgs sundries. Foreign Export*. CARDENAS. Schr Marcus Hunter—377 empty casks, 24,300 hoops, 530 box shooks, 120 shooka ana heads, 217 pairs heading. ST. JOHN. NB. Schr D W Clark—1000 bbls floor* 23 tons feed, 2510 galls oil. Foreign Imports. ST. JOHN, NB. Schr New Dominion—375 ships koees, 43 tons timber to W H Simcnton. Boston Stock List. (Sales at tlie Broker’s Board, May 7.1 Boston & Maine Railroad.— @ 120 Eastern Railroad.107 Sales at Auction. Franklin Company Lewiston. Eastern (N. H.) Railroad. Maine State Sixe9 1889 . Portland City Sixes, 1887. Eastern Railroad. Portland, Saco & Portsmouth R R. Maine State 6’s. . Bangor City 6s, 1894. Portland City Sixes, 1887. Bath City Sixes,1888. Eastern Railroad 7s. 1882. New York Stock aud money market. New York, May 7—Morning.—Gold 117$. Money at 7 per cent. Sterling Exchange at 108$ @ 109$.— Stocks steady. State bonds firm. New York, May 7—Even in a.—The supply of loan able funds is Bteadily increasing ana the money market seems settled into au easy condition for the spring and summer months. Currency is still float ing here and banks are discounting freely as well as offering increased amounts of money on call to bank ers ; rates to-day were 5 @ 7 per cent, on call and 7 @ 9 per cent, for prime discount. Outstanding legal tenders have decreased $154,000; an advance in the Bank of England rate was expected and had no marked effect. Sterling Exchange dull and heavy atl08|@108$ for 60 days and 109$ @ 109$ for sight. Gold dull and steady at 117$ @ 117$, and closing at 117$ @ 117$; loans at 2 @ 7 per cent. The clearances 50,000,000. Treasury disbursements $380,000 for in terest. Customs receipts $350,000. Governments a trifle better and firm. State bonds dull. Railroad bonds in increased demand. Stocks less active and changes smaller than yesterday. The market is feverish and alternately weak and strong, closing weak. The following were the quotations of Government securities: United States coupon 6’s, 1881.121$ United States 5-20’s 1862.115$ United States 5-20’s 1SG4.115$ United States 5-20’s 1865, old..1171 United States 5-20’s 1865, new. 1184 United States 5-20’s 1807..120 United States 5-20’s 186S . 118$ United States 5’s. now.1141 United States]10-40?s.,coupons.113§ Currency C’s . 1158 The following were the closing quotations of Stocks: Western Union Tolegraph Co. 87$ Pacific Mail.53$ N. Y. Centra’ and Hudson River consolidated... .1011 Erie.64§ Erie preferred... .74 Union Pacific stock.32$ The following were tbo quotations for Pacific Rail road securities: Central Pacific bonds. .103$ Union Pacific do. 86$ Union Pacific land grants.74$ Union Pacific income bonds.71$ Boston Boot and Shoe market. Boston, May 6.—The shipments of Boots and Shoes from this market to places outside of New Eng land for the past week comprise 21,958 cases, against 23.259 for the same week last year. 496,810 cases, against 517,311 cases for the same peri od last year. The market continues to rule quiet, and the ship ments are almost entirely to fill orders. Buyers are out of the market, and they are busy distributing goods previously reported. Trade in the interior is not brisk and sharp, but it requires hard work to ei fect sales, and the retail buyers purchase sparingly. Brighton Cattle Market. For the week ending Wednesday, May 7. At market for the current weekCattle, 2927; Sheep and Lambs, 6882; Swine, 15,875; number ol Western Cattle, 2752; Eastern Cattle —; Working Oxen, Milch Cows, &c„ 175. Prices of Beof Cattle, 4* cwt. live weightExtra quality $7 25 @ 7 50; first quality $6 75 @ 7 00; sec ond quality *5 75 ® 6 60; third quality $4 50 @ 5 50; poorest grades of coarse oxen, bulls, &c., $3 50 ® 4 25. Brighton Hides 9 @ 0\ cents 4? fb. Brighton Tal low 6 @ 6Jc 4? lb. Country Hides9cents 4P>lb. Country Tallows® 51c 4? ib. Calfskins 16 ® 20c 4? lb. Sheep Skins $1 75 @ 2 50 each. Sheep Skins sheared 25 each. Remarks—The Beof trade for the past few days at Boston has been very dull and butchers have not bought so frsely as they do when trade is quick. The supply from tho West was not quite so large as that of ono week ago. Prices upon all grades have fallen offl@ic4f>lb from our last quotations. Thsre has been but a few Cattle sold for over 7c y lb this week. 1 Some of the best lots wero takon at a commission. Working Oxen—Not so large a supply in market as has been tor several weeks past. During the summer months a few pair each week is all tho market re quires. We quote sales of 1 pair,girth 7 feet 2 inches, for $260; 1 pair, girth 7 feet, 2 inches, for $275; 1 pair, girth-7 feet, for $235; 1 pair, girth 7 feet, for $210; lpair, girth 6 feet 6 inches, for $185; 1 pair.girtl 6 feet 8 inches, for $170; 1 pair, girth 6 feet 6 inches $155. ' Milch Cows—The trade for Milch Cows does nol vary much from week to week. Most of the Cowl offered in market sale are of a common grade - Many of tho Milch Cows and StoreB that are in a fail condition are bought up by tho butchers to slaughter ! Nothing doing m the Store Cattle trade. Sheep and Lambs—From the West there wero ove' 4000 for the week, all owned by butchers. Sbearet l WolfsKomT8 fc Wn,fr#m 55 ®'6iC * 16 Swine—The supply of Stcro Pigs in market was (hi largest of tho season; prices, wholesale, 7 ® 9c; re tail 8 ®10c y ib. Fat Hogs—14,500 at market; price! 64c @ bJC ID lb. Tbe Wool Market Boston. May 7 —[Reported *or the Prest.]—Tin following is a list of prices quoted this afternoon: Domestic—Ohio and Pennsylvania pick-look 58 .* 60c; do choice XX 53 @55c; 110 One x 52 ® 83c; me • dinm 50 @ 52c: coarse 45 @ 50c; Michigan extra am XX 48 @ 60c; fine 47 @ 48c; medium 47 @ «c, com , inon42® 47c; other Western fine “d A 47® 49c medium 47@4Dc, common 40@45c, pulled extri 35® 50c; superfine 35 @ 50; Sol.JDStOi - ing fleece 60®65c; iL?7affiS80• sSS»r 1 ® 30c; Canada 40 ®55c; d<> combing 75 @80, Smyr m vvn<«h(v1 22 (a) 35c; do unwashed, ££ (ffi 30c, Bueno: Avre» 25® 37® Cape Good Hope 30 ® 37c; Austral , tan*-!;}@sic; Donskoi 30@45c; Mestizo pulled 4 ®ltemarke—The market for Wool is firm and aetiv * and full current rates are readily obtained lor all de •irable lots. The stock of fleeces are now quit* re - duced, and Dut few round kits of any kind is avail able. Further arrival! Of Spring (^llfbrnia and thi inirkfit will soon be well sutmiUri ,,, tion, as the clip is now comingforwiSi th,9»* de25ri?" via the Pacific Railroad. Thf fcvorlbu H**? *tc‘y Great Britain, tend to impart market,and manufacturers are PurehM™.^*!^! confidence than for some time past. This will 1i?re ble holder, of Wool to dispose or old stocks beVore”h^ new clip of the West is ready for sale, and we io?k for a steadier market. In New York, with & brisk demand from manufac turers, the market ha* an improved tone; prices arc no higher, but are much firmer, and dealer# now ex press themselves satisfied with the situation. Th« business in domestic is chiefly eonfined to fleeces and California, and the stock of both is only mouerate. In foreign there is but little doing outside of Oepj but holders continue firm. The supply of all Kindt is very light, but the amount afloat from all quarter! is quite large. , In Philadelphia a few small lots of now clipped Western have already made their appearance, bul hardly enough has been disposed of to fix quotations The market continues in a very unsatisfactory con dition, some holders manifesting a remarkable de gree of^firmness, while others are anxious to realize at current quotations. The manufacturers keep aloof, and Eastern buyers only purchase to supply immediate wants. Domestic market*. New York, May 7—Evening—Cotton dull and heavy; sales 944 bales; Middling uplands 19$c. Flout is unchanged; sales 9770 bbls; State 5 65 @8 25; Round hoop Ohio 6 90 @ 10 50; Western 5 65 @ 10 50; Southern 6 00 @ 12 50. Wheat lc higher; sales 44, 000 bush; No 1 Spring 1 73 @ 1 77; No 2 do 1 57 (a 1 69; No 3 at 1 50 @ 1 52$; Winter Rod Western 1 8<J @ 1 95; White Micbgan 1 95 @ 2 35. Corn is firmer aud in moderate demand; sales 49,000 bush;new Mix ed Western 67$ @ 69c afloat: do old 67c in store. Oats lc higher and in fair demand jsales 57,000 bush ;Whit« Western 54c; new Western Mixed at 50 @ 5lc. Beel steady. Pork and heavy; new mess 18 25 @18 50.— Lara dull and heavy at 9$ @ 9$c. Butter is lower; Western 29 @ 32c; new State 31 @ 34c. Whiskey ig a shade firmer at 91 @ 91$c. Rice steady at 7} @ 8$ Sugar quiet and very firm; refining 7| ® 8$c: Porte Rico 8$c. Coflee quiet and strong; Rio at 17$ @ 19$c in Gold. Molasses—Muscovado 29 @ 31c; New Or leans 68 @70c. Naval Stores—Spirits Turpentine ii weak at 49c; Rosin dull at 3 00 for strained. Pe troleum is quiet and unchanged; crude 10 @ 10$c; re fined 20 @ 20$c. Tallow is strong at 8$ @ 9 1-16. Wool rather more steady; domestic fleece 48 @ 50; tubbed at 50c. Freights to Liverpool quiet and firm; Grain, pei steam, at 6d. Corn per steam | @ 5-16d; do per sail 5-16 @jd. Chicago, May 7.—Flour quiet and unchanged; extra 6 26 @ 6 50. Wheat excited and prices higherir, demand mainly speculative; market irregular; No 1 Spring nominal; 2 Spring sold at I 2SJ @ 1 27 j cash closiug at 1 27: seller May closed at 1 26J; seller Junt 1 28; No 3 Spring at 117 @ 117J; rejected 1 00c. Con is active and higher; No 2 Mixed at 38{c on spot oi seller May; 40Jc seller June; 42Jc seller July rejected 35j!g)35}c. Oats active and higher; No 2 at 31 jc or spot; 33Jc seller June; rejected 30 @ 30 jc. Bye Urn; and scarce at 69 @ 69j for No 2. Barley firm and in demand; No 2 Fall at 73 @ 85c, according to location, Provisions—Pork Is steady at 17 25 seller May; sellei June 17 50. Lard firm at 915 for seller June. Bulk Moats unchanged. Baeon unchanged; no sales.— Whiskey active and higher at 88}c. Lake Freights in foir demand and lower; Wheat to Buffalo 9c; to Kingston, Wheat 15. Receipts—8,000 bbls flour, 30,000 bush wheat, 51, 000 bush com, 33,000 bush oats, 1,000 bush rye, 2,000 bush barley, 00,000 hogs. Shipments-12,000 obis flour,206,000 bush wheat, 146, 000 bush com, 28,000 bush oats, 2,000 bush rye, 3,000 bush barley, 0000 hogs. < Iivr-T W A XT Mm 7_PrArlelnnt fimwir Port_ sales at 18 00 cash and buyer May. Lard nominal; steam 9c; kettle at 9ftc. Bulk Meats firmer; shoul ders at 7c; clear rib sides at 9ftc bid for buyer June; clear sides 9|c; sales at 9} buyer June. Bacon—of ferings light; shoulders at 8c; clear rib sides 93c; clear sides lOftc; with sales. Whiskey firm at 88. aoiedo, May 7.—Flour steady. Wheat steady; No 1 White Michigan 1 90; Amber Michigan ou spot 1 74ft; seller last halfMay 1 76; seller June 1 77; Nu 1 Red at 1 80; No 2 do 1 75. Corn is shade higher; high Mixed on spot at 46ftc; seller June 47ftc; seller July 48c*; seller Aug 46c; low Mixed on spot 46|c. Oats quiet and unchanged. Lako Freights—to Oswego 9; to Kingston 8ft for corn. Receipts—2,000 bbls flour, 6,000 bush wheat, 5,000 bush corn, 9,000 bush oats. Shipments—1500 bbls flour,6,000 bush wheat ,37,000 bush com, 0,000 bush oats. Detroit, May 9.—Flour is quiet and unchanged.— Wheat aetive and higher; extra White 2 02; No 1 White at 1 91ft; Amber Michigan 1 75*. Corn steady at 48c. Oats are in good demand at 70c. Freights to Oswego 9ft. Receipts—1,000 bbls floor,10 ,000bush wheat, 2,000 bush com, 000 bush oats. Shipments—1000 bbls flour, 20,000 husli wheat, 8,000 bush com, 0,000 bush oats. Charleston,May 7.—Cotton nominal; Middling uplands 18ft @ 18*c. Savannah, May 7.—Cotton dull; Middling up lands at 18ftc. Mobile, May 7—Cotton weak; Middling uplands 17ftc. New Orleans, May 7.—Cotton in fair demand; Middling uplands 18 @ 18ftc. European Harken. London, May 7—11.30.—Consols opened at 03ft for money and 93ft for account. American securities—U. S. 5-20's 1865, old, at 92; do 1867, 93ft; do 10-40s, 89*: new 5s, 89ft. Frio Rail way at 60ft. Frankfort, May 7.--Cnited States 5-20s 1862, at 953. Liverpool, MayT.—Cotton closed quiet; Middling uplands 8ft @ 9d; do Orleans 9ft@9*d; sales 10,000 bales, including 2000 lor speculation and export. Freights SavAnnah, May 3.—Freights—We quote as fol lows :—Cotton to Liverpool, via Now York by steam ll-16donUp.; Sea Island 13-16; sail to Liverpool 9-16d; Sea Island Cotton Id; to Havre,lc Gold; Bre men ftd on Uplands. Coastwise—To New York per steam, Upland ftc; Sea Island ftc 4? Jb; Rice $1 50 ftp cask. Steam to Boston, Upland Cotton ftc; Rice $250 4P* cask. To Philadelphia, Upland Cotton, by steam, ftc; Rice 150 cask; Domestics $1. To Baltimore, steam, ftc on up. Cotton. Rice to Baltimore $1 50 4P •ask. Cotton to Boston, steam via New York 75c ^ 100 lbs; to Providence via New York 75c $>100 lbs; i.a Boston 75c 4P1100 lbs. Lumber to Philadelphia, steam, —; sail $0 00 @ 10 00. New York and Sound ports, Lumber $11 00@12; Lumber to Bo 'on and eastward $12 00 @ 13 00; Baltimore. Lumbo: $9 00. Vessels are in good demand to load nereorai neigh boring ports; from 50c to $150 additional is offered for change of pert. The rates for Timber are from $1 50 @ 2 00 higher than Lumber rates. West Indies and windward nominal, Gold. Lumber to River Platte $26 @ 28 and 5 per cent United Kingdom, Timber 45 @ 48s to Cork for orders. Rio Janeiro $23 and 5 per cent. Gloucester Fish Market. For the weekending Wednesday, May 7. Georges' Codfish—receipts 57 fares, averaging 18, 620 lbs split fish; stock large sold to arrive at $0 @ 6J & qtl. Bank Codfish—receipts 250,000 lbs, with last sales at S5 87ft^ ip’qcl.; offered yesterday without takers. Mackerel—None. Fresh Halibut—George's In good receipts, with sales early in the week at lift @ 14c lb for white and 7c 4^ ft) forgray. Considerate sales yesterday at 8 aud 5c 4P* lb for white and gray. Receipts of Bank 45,000 lbs Saturday, sold at 10c and 6c 4? lb, and 100, 000 lbs yesterday, sold at 8 @ 4c 4? lb for white and gray. Smoked Halibut—Market steady. We quote at lCc 4P lb. Oil—We quote at 65c V gal. M I L LI N ERY! Mrs, M. B. Cushman has Just received her SPRING STOCK OF MILLINERY, —INCLUDING ALL TIIE— New Styles and Patterns, which sho would invite the Ladioj of Portland ani vicinity to CALL and EXAMINE. Also a fine Assortment of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Ac. Hair Groods! Every Lady In want of Hair Goods should call and examine my stock before purchasing exsewhere. Ladies own Hair and Combings made over in the latest style at short notice. MBS. M. B. CUSHMAN, Congress, cor. Oak Street, »pr25 oodlm THEY SAY Its extremely difficult to distin fuish an old Hat done over al WEETSIR’S from a new one; in tact, they have often been ex celled in appearance. All first class Milliners patronize us, therefore he sure that yom Hats are sent to our Bleachery, 342 Congress Street, and take no other. my5___eod2v RE-OPENED. WYI. W. GOODY. The subscriber would announce that ho has takei the store lately occupied by GOODY <& DEERING, NO. 374 CONGRESS STREET, where may be found a n choice line of genera Groceries) prime IVlcats, and other provision for the table. He solicits a share of patronage am SELLS LOW as possible. ap29eod3dtnMW&F WILLIAM W. GOODY. YEW XAUHTDRY! THE undersigned having assumed charge of a nev and spacious Laundry would respectfully an nounce that ho is prepared to do washing for Steam ers, Hotels, Families, &c., with special attention paid to Ladies Dresses, Skirts. Laces, Gents' Shirt and every description of fine washing. This Laundry being provided with the newest am most approved Machinery, and experienced help, th Proprietor believes be can guarantee perfect satisfac tion to to his customers. Location, Bradbury’s Court, En trance ou Fore near ludia St. JOHN SPENCER, Superintendent. Late Steward of St’r John Brooks, Boston s • .1 Port 1 land Line f, nddlyr Desirable House for Sale AT a bargain, containing twelve roons; eplendi neighbourhood; very near cars, churches ; schools, &c.; property continually on the increase , all in perfect order; rare chance for a homo; term easy. my7d3t TAYLOR & CO.,3 State St..Boston,Mass ; ~ For Sale. fltHE SEBAGO DYE HOUSE, No. 17 Plum St., ] 1 JL in good condition with all apparatus necessar or the business. Apply to the proprietor at No. i > Nowbury street or to J. REED, Brown’s Block, m ■ Congress and Brown street.martSeodtf JOB PRINTING neatly executed at th office. ——— - ' ■ ENTERTAINMENTS. THE EVENT OF THE SEASON. MUSIC HALL. °ne Niffht Only J! THURSDAY, MAY 8th. M O R rTs BRO S’ minstre^ ° LON, BILLY AND CHARLEY MORRIS, and their monster Company of TWENTY STAR ARTISTS. Minstrelsy a hundred years ahead of the times. No Females, nor act9 in White Faces! MINSTRELSY PURE AND UNAL LOYED. All the old favorites and a host of NEW STARS. The Monster Company in a Grand CHALLENGE PROGRAMME, introducing burlesques, farces, &C. NINE COMEDIANS ! Prices as usual. Reserved seats now ready at Hawes & Cragin's music store. Carriages may bo ordered at 10.20 P. M. Look out for programmes, posters, &c. my2dtd Cl TZHALL THE HAMPTON Colored Students ! will glre ono eouccrt Id City Hall on Thursday Evening, May 8th, AT 8 O’CLOCK. Tho Troupe consists of seventeen in number. They will confine themseivee to the Genuine Southern Molodies, and the proceeds will be used for the bene fit of the Hampton Training School for Teachers In Virginia. Is one of the nomest educational institu tions in the country. Tickets with reserved seats for sale atStockbridgc’s music store at 75 and 50 cents, according to location. myg4t FLUENT HALL, PORTLAND, Wednesday, Thnrsday, Friday, Saturday, May 7tli, Stli, Qth & lOth, Every Afternocn and Evening, at 3 and 7}. THE WONDERFUL FAIRY SISTERS ASSISTED BY THE FAMOUS DEUEL FAMICV —WILL HOLD— Two Grand Levees Daily, Appeariug in New and Elegant Costumes. CAStSIE, Ton Tears old, weight 12 pounds VICTORIA) Three Years, weight C pounds. i .V_t .... ,, , the greatest Musical Prodigies in the world. SST'See posters and small tills with •‘opinions of the press. Admission 25cts; Reserved Seats 3Jct»; Children under 10 years, lBcts. Tickets now ready at Stock biidge’s Music Stroe. Doors open at 2 and 7 o'clock, p. m. Entertainment to commence at Sand 7J o’clock. mayGtd F. A. PICKEBIKO. RUBINSTEIN^ GRAND CONCERT — AT — CITY HALL, Friday, May 9th, 1873, at 8 P, M. MR. GRAU baa the honor to announce as above to the citizens of Portland and vicinity the FIRST AND ONLY APPEARANCE OF ANTON RURINSTE1N, the greatest living Pianist, HENRY WIENIASK1, the world renowned Violinist, NILLE. LOUISE LIEBHART, the eelebtated London Soprano, HONS. L. REMBIELIA8KI, Accompanist. POPULAR PRICES. HAdmissioiif 93.00. Reserved Seat*, 91. 50, can now be had at Stockbridge’s music store. Stcinway’s Pianos used at all KubinsteinConcerts. my2 dtd MUSIC HALL. Two Yigbts Only! Manager, M. W. HAN LEY. The young and beautiful Pantomime Actress, nXLE. MARIETTA RAVEL! supported by her powerful NEW YORK COMPANY, will appear in the above Hall on FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS, May Oth and 10th. Friday Evening— “Jartine.” Saturday Evening— “Wild Cat." Prices of admission as usual. The sale of seats for M’lle Ravel’s nights will commence at the Box Office on Friday morning, May 9. For further par ticulars see bills ot the day. my3-6tH. PRICE WEBBER, Agent. OITY HALL Friday, May 16, 1873, at 8 P. M. GRAND CONCERT —FOR THU BENEFIT OF T1IB— Maine General Hospital Fair. —AT WHICH— Miss Annie Louise Cary volunteers her services and makes her last appear ance in this country previous to her doparturo for Europe. She will be assisted by MISS ADA CARY — AND THE— Beethoven Quintette Club of Boston, C. N. ALLEN, 1.1 Violin. H. HEINDL, 3d Violin. J. C. MCLLALY, l.t Violn. CIIAM. KOTPITTS, 2d Viola and Flute. WOLF FBIES, Violincello. A. UEIIVD’L, Contra Ba*«o. Admission, including Reserved Seats, 50 cents For sale at Stockbrldge’s, Exchange street, Tuesday morning, at 0 o’clock. Doors open at 7 may Gdtd REMOVAL. Henry Dunn & Son BACK TO OLD STAND 272 MIDDLE STREET. [ my 5_?JI_ D. W. CLARK & CO., — DEALERS IN — \ ICE HOUSE, MARKET ST., — AND — . 33 EXCHANGE ST., Fare Iec snpplicd for all purpos - cs, and m any quantity nt the LOWEST RATES. apr3 ! Newburyport RussetsT too Bbls. s ^WILLIAM ALLEN, JR. r my6dlw 3 —---—— Notice. T. H. WIITOX, retire, from our firm frem and after this date. * C. A. WESTON A CO. Portland, Feb. Mb, 1ITS. myoduvr i_auction sales. By J. S. Railey & to,, Auctioneers Teas, Teas, at Auction. ON THURSDAY, May 8th at 3 o’clock P. M salesroom 22 Exchange Street, * 20 Chests Young Hyson ami Oolong Teas J mp3 <1U1 Teas. Groceries, Ac., at Auction. TIIHURSDAY AFTERNOON, May gfli, 3 P. M., at A salesroom, we shall sell Teas, Coflee, Bnmr, ltaisins, Currants, Cloves, Pimento, Ginger, Mus tard, Sal lad Cream, Olive Oil, Cans Peaches. Peats and Green Peas, Starch, Colton’s Extracts, •Salera i?i8’ £.W>le Sance, Soaps, Washing Fluid, Blueing, K-acklng, Canary Seed, Soap Powders, Sec.; also one Counter Scale. my7 t ST..„ Sheriff's Sale, bl( 0F MAINE, | ^^IMBERLANI) BS, ) A aiul V’R1 bo sold at pubflk iraday, May the Malm Boxes, &c. . - , Dated at Portland, May second, A. D 1*73 ff. ----—-- -- d*‘fl Furniture at Auction. ON FRIDAY. May 9th, at 10 o'clock , ™ shall sell at House 131.0x1 ord St rod .i,.™.' ture In said House consisting of Parlor Suit in B w and Green Rent, Center Table, Carpets Sof. r-h._ her Sot, Spring Bed, Mattresses, Bedding TdlM Sets, Bedsteads, Extension Table, Oak Dlnto. Chairs, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware,Cook Stove* together with the entire Kitchen Furniture. ’ P. ©• BAILEV & CO.) Auctioneers. _my(kltd Apple Trees, Shrubs and Ever greens at Auction. ON FRIDAY, May 9th, at 3 P. M., we shall sell at oar office about 300 Apple Trees, a large assort ment of choice Flowering Shrubs, Roses, Peonies. Hardy Annual®, Lilies, Honey Suckle Arborrita for Badges, See., &c. This will b« a Cue opportunity u> obtain choice articles in abovaline. p. O. BAILEY Sc CO., Auctionfiy. mys 21 Extra Choice Fruit Trees AT AUCTION! ON SATURDAY, .May 10th, at 10 o’clock A. M.. wo shall sell at office, a large stock of Cfeoioe Fruit Trees, Extra Size, in fruiting order. Grown in Mass., by J. D. Braaleo& Co., consisting of the heading varieties of Pear, Apple, Cherry sad Pinin Trees. Also, Vines, Shrubs and small Fruits. Mr. Bradiee assures us that he will bring the flneet stock oc the above good® ever seen in this State. F. O. Bailey & CO., Auctioneer!.. my8 dtd ASSIGNEE'S SAEE. Cooper Shop, Stock, Tools. Car riages, Ace., at Auction. ON Saturday.May loth,at 24 o'clock p. to, Woahall fell at public auction at the Cooper Shop of O. H. Wright, between Commercial and Fore stroet, foot of Cotton, the above Cooper Shop, a 24 story building about 40 x 30 ft., a large lot of half Rbl and Syrup Kcg-stoch, Staves, Hoops and Heads, lot of Manu i factured Bids,Kegs, Grind-stone, Stove, Water Tank Work-bench, Tools, Flags, Lumber. Ac., also 1 dou ble Traverse Runner Rigging, 1 Slciflh. 1 Jenny Lind, 1 large Cart body. ’ J. W. PARKER, I . . M. M. LOUD, f Af5«nc.ca „ . , „ , ofC.H. WRIGHT. Dated at Portland, Mnv 3d, 1873. F. O. BAILEY & CO, Aacti.nen maySdtd Desirable Properly at Gorham Vil lage, to be sold at Auction. PURSUANT to license from ProbftteOftWf. will be sold at public auction on SATUBBASr, th* 10th day of May next, at 24 o’clock P. M , tfc* valu able Estate known as the “Bruad PtMft.” fWri estate consist* of about six acres of iftftf, aft whM are a Urge two-story House, Barn a*4 ml laHllap fruit trees, shade trees, &c., Ac. Tbi* ta ft Ml at tractive locatiou, but five minutes wait tram Churches, Seminary, public School Hone, art B. K. Station: and will unquestionably be sold atabftMMn A tram on P. & It. R. leaves Portland at 14 P. M and one returns at 4.25 P. M. C^f-Sale to take place on the premises. JOHN C. CARD, Ex’r 01 Will of the late Henry Broad. Gorham, April 7,1873. api9dlaw3w then dtd* House at Auction. ON MONDAY, May 12th, at 12 o’clock, the square 2 story dwelling House, No. 23 Waterville street. It contains twelve finished roems: has a gool lot 4*x 60 feet, bounded on one side by a fifrocn foot pftMftfft way, extending from Waterville to SU Lawrence St. Has a nice dry cellar, w ell lighbnl. Terms half cash, the purchaser to pay $200 at timo ot sale. F. O. JBAItiJEY & CO , Anctionccr*. my6___dtd OIL PAINTING* AT AUCTION ! SCHUMACHER, BROTHERS’ ScconJ Grand Annual ?n!« —AX AUCTION— Of Fine Oil Paintings — AT — LAKCAS1FR HALL, Monday and Tuesday Afternoons and Evenings, May 12th and 13tli, at 2 1-2 and 7 1-2 o'clock. Paintings will be on Exhibition from Wednesday, May 7th, until the day of Sale. F. ©. BA IFFY & CO., Aucfionccra. may 5 dtd Real Estate on Anderson street at Auctlou. ON WEDNESDAY, May 14th, at 3 o’clrdt P. M . wc shall sell the valuable real estate No. I An derson street. Said property consists of a 3 story wooden House conveniently arranged for two fami lies and a lot about 52 feat front running back 41 feet. Said property was built by the day in toe most thor ough manner. Terms easy and made known at the sale. This is a rare chance for investment. F. O. BAILEY A CO., Auctioneer*. my8 dtd Administrator's Sale of Real Estate ut Public Auction. BY virtuo of a license from tho Hon. Jndgo of Probate for Cumberland County, I shall sell at public auction, on tho premises, cn Thursday tho twenty-second day of May uext at 11 A. M., all tho real estate belonging to the estate of Levi A. Cates, late of Freeport, in said County deceased. Said real estate consists of about 35 acres of land situated on tho road leading from Freeport to South Durham, about 3 miles from Freeport village, containing mow ing. pasturage, &c., with good barn standing therecr.. Also about three acres of salt marsh near Israel True’s, in said Freeport about one mile below Free port Village. The reversion of tho Widow’s dowe* in the first described property will be sold at the sanm time and place. Terms made known at time of sale. EDWARD P. OXNARD, Adm’r of Estate of Levi A. Cates. Freeport, April 22,1873. apr22doaw3w. J. S. BAILEY & Commission Merchants, AUCTIONEERS NO. 22 EXCnANGL STRE1) f. Next below Merchants* Exchange. JOSEPH S. BAILEY, GEO. W. PARKER. References—Messrs. H. J. Libby & co.f and Hen' Charles P. Kimball Portland, Me.; Messrs. Leonard & Co., and Lee & Shepard, Boston. split ABRAMS A BRO., Auctioneer* and Commission merchant*, give their special attention to selling Real Estate, Furniture and Merchandise of all kinds, Horses Car riages, &c. Advances made on consignment*. Reg ular Sales of new and second-hand Furniture at the Auction Rooms every Saturday morning. Commu nications by maiHircmptlv attended to ABKAM9 A BROTHER, 125 Federal St., under the U. S. Hotel. N. B. Money advanced on Watches, Jewelry, Furniture, Clothing, and all goods of value. apr23 dtf IF YOU WANT TO FIT A DIFFICULT FOOT — GO TO — PALMER’S, 132 Middle Street, Wheio you can get a wide or narrow, full or slim Boot Just the width and length that will be easy and graceful, and enjoy the raro lnxury ot wearing a per fect fitting Boot. myleod6w Leavitt, Burnham & Co., WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS ICE. No* 14 Cross Stsrcet, Portland. r>f,I.™ left at Tee OfTce, 14 Cross St., or wilh ,1. C F^to™ 93 Exchange St., will be promptly attended tojyrure Ice supplied fur all purpose, in any quantities and at Ihu aplO LOWEST RATES. *»<' For Sale. IN Yarmouth Village a two-etory house and s able, llnishod throughout and In good repair. Also a second-hand covered carriage nearly new. i myT-.'w f LYMAN F. WAI KER, Yarmouth. v

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