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Saturday Morning, October 7,1S66.
PORTLAND AND VICINITY. ty Adoerlitert tell! benefit themtelret, at veil at aceomm^late itj, by tending in their adeertitemee.lt at an early hour m the day. Hew Adrrrliarmrnli Te-Vaf AUCTION COLUMN. Wooden Building at Auction—E. M. p»ttcn Tailor’s Stock at Auction—E. M I’sttan. Valuable Real Kstxtf-Henry B*U«y * Land on Vaughan St—Henry u !i“Lf„a Johnson. U. S. Marshaf's Sale of Steamer Marcena oounaou SPECIAL NOTICE COLUMN. Stallone, y and Fancy Goods—H. - .COLUMN. Coat Makers, Ac , w»“"“ For Sale-Grocery Stand._ For Sa'e -a Farm-by Jom»s A I ertey. Miss Dennlson-Danclng School. psiT.IQXOPS KOT1CEB. Rendons notices of twenty-five words or less, free; all excess ol this amount will be charged ten cents a Une ei-htw-rds constituting a line. Tills rule here after will be rigidly adhered to—(Pub. Press. The Washingtonian Society will hold a meeting Sunday evening at Sons of Temperance Hall, 358 Congress street, at 7 o’clock. The public are In Fibst PARisn Church.—Rev. James De Nor mandie will preach to-morrow. Vesper service at 7 o’clock. A contribution will be takon alter the morning ser vice for the purpose of sending a teacher to the need men. Congress Hall.— Meetings to-morrow. Free eonferenoe 10$ A. M. Children’s Progressive Lyceum at 1 P. M. Pearl Street Universalist Church.—Rev. C. H. Fay of Providence, R. I., wlU preach to-mor ow. Services will commence at lot A. M. and 3 P. M. 3 Thebe will be a Sabbath School Concert at the West Congregational Church to-morrow evening, commencing at 7 o'clock. Rev. t. J. Norris, Missionary elect to Burmab, will preach in the Free Street Baptist Church to morrow morning. Anniversary exercises of the Sab bath School in the afternoon. OPEIfING OP EOBE3T CITY PABK. The Forest City Park, which John P. Shaw has labored so industriously to establish, was opened yesterday under the most favorable auspices. The day was fine and the attend ance large. Tho vehicles within the enclosure could be counted by hundreds, mid the people present by thousands. At one time in the af ternoon there were ftt'l three thousand people present. The Cumberland County Agricultural Soci ety had transferred the show of horses at Gor ham to the Park, and there was a handsome display. Family horses were entered by Messrs. D. Thompson A Co., to whom the first premium was awarded; George A. Wright, who took the second premium; Charles Clark, J. F. Miller, B. F. Roberts and K. Eastman. In the contest for the sweepstakes for stal lions, mares and geldings, five years old and under there were six entries, viz: Lady Vernon, by J. J. Gilbert. Black Maria, by .Amos Abbott. Gen. Grant, by W. H. Snell. Flora Knapp, by Frank Owen. Peter, by G. F. Hi tellings. Rocket, by J. W. Jones. Tbe race w^ tbe best 8 in 5 to harness. Flora Knapp, Lady Vernon and Peter were first started. They got off at tbe first start and came in as follows: 1st, Peter; time 3.03; 2d, Flora Knapp; time, 8.05; Sd, Lady Ver non ; time, 8.11. The sent of the gig of the latter gave way during the race, but the driv er stuck to it and brought his horse in so as to save a distance. Lady Vernon was then with drawn. The other tlnee horses were then called up and after two false starts got the word go.— They came in as follows: 1st, Gen. Grant: time, 3.13; 21, Rocket; time, 3.18: 3d, Black Maria; time,3.21. Peter and Flora Knapp were then hronght up for the 2d heat. It was a pretty dose thing all the way round the track, and Peter came in just-ahead in 2.55. Flora’s time was 253, On the. second heat between Gen. Grant, Black Maria and Rockett, they came in as fol lows: 1st, Gen. Grant, time, 8.15; 2d, Black Maria; time, 3.19; 3d, Rocket; lime,3.21. Peter and Flora Knapp then trotted to de cide the contest. The former came in in 2.55, and the latter in 2.59, An objection was started against Peter as be ing over five years old. Mr. Shaw then offered a purse of $25 to be trotted for by any horse owned in the county; entrance fee 10 per cent. For this there were three entries, as follows: Lady Webster, by Amos Abbott Lady Franklin, by James Jack. Lady Gay Spanker, by G. H. Bailey. There was some, pretty trotting in this race. Gay Spanker won in two straight heats—time 2.58 and 252.. The time of Lady Franklin was 2.54 and 2.52 1-2: that of Lady Webster was 2.55 and 259. The show of carriage and matched horses were very fine. Among the splended turnouts was those of the Messrs. Clapp, H. I. Robin son, Esq., Hon. J. B. Brown, H. N. Jose, Esq., P. H. Brown, H. J. Libby and many others.— The silver cup offered by Mr. Shaw for the best pair of carriage horses was awarded to H. J. Libby, Esq. Mr. L. has recently refused $2,000 for this span. Mr. H. Libby of Cape Elizabeth, exhibited a mare with two Knox colts by her side—splendid animals, belonging to H. I. Robinson, Esq., of this city. They were awarded a premium. Great credit is due to U. S. Marshal Clark for the able manner in which he acted as Chief Marshal and kept the track clear. The most perfect order prevailed, and not an in toxicated or disorderly person was seen upon the grounds. Shaw had provided music and the Portland Band played some beautifhl aim, closing, after the races were over, with aHome, Sweet Home.” Bamum, the indifatigable caterer, has erect ed a convenient place for dispensing refresh ments, and he was, as usual, on hand for the crowd. We congratulate Mr. Shaw and all others interested upon so suecessftd an opening of the park; and we congratulate our citizens that own good horses that they now have a place where they can resort to try the speed of their steeds. Pictube Gallery &c.—We did not know till recently, when wc had occasion to visit the rooms, what a fine picture gallery our friends John E. Dow & Son, have made of their In surance Office. They have a fine suit of rooms, large and high studded, and the walls are cov ered with beautifully framed engravings, paint ings, photographs etc., not only of civil, military and naval heroes of our own and other lands, but also literary men, historians, poets etc., and batJe scenes,landscapes, &c. &c. These alone constitute a fine picture gallery, which any citizen or stranger can visit without fhe or re ward. Besides there are a neatly arranged cabinet of minerals and a well selected libra ry Messrs. Dow & Son’s office is fitted up in fine style, with every convenience, every blank and paper having an appropriate place, and al ways in its place. They do a large business as Insurance Agents not only in fire but also in life and accident risks. Their rooms well repay a visit, if only for the sake ot witness ing the order and method which marks the es tablishment. , - -- Internal Revenue.—Statement, show ing the amonnt of Assessments certified by Nathaniel J. Marshall, Assessor of the 1st Dis trict of Maine, to Nathaniel Miller, Collector of said District, during the month of Septem ber, A. D., 1865. Amount Monthly List, $08,882 28. Special, “ 15,484 09. „ . . $114,366 32. previously certified during fiscal year, 1865, ^ $887,003 45. TotaJ’_ $601,469 77. Mb. W. H. Dennett begs to announce to his pupils and friends, that he is prepared to re sume his instruction to vocal music. Rooms 353 1-2 Congress Street, Cushman’s Block.— Qffice boars 10 to 12 A M. OPM.B F w T.a nm COUNTY IfllBffln TUBAL FALK. The following officer* of the Society were elacted at the meeting on Wedne*l*y: President—George Warren of Saoearauna. Vice Presidents—John W. Dana of Fal mouth, Fred. Lowell of Standish, and George Chad bo urn of North Bridgtoa. Treasurer—Hosea Kendall of Portland. Secretary and Cor. Secretary—Samuel Ding ley of Gorham. The address of Hon. Phinchas Barnes be fore the Society Tuesday evening, is pronounc ed by those who heard it as an admirable pro duction, and It was listened to by a large au dience. After it was concluded some remarks were made by Mr. Taylor of Fairfield. The following are some of the premiums awarded: Draught Oteen—1st and 2d premiums for cat tle over seven leet, girt to J. M. Webb of So. Windham; 3d premium for cattle under 7 feet girt, S. A W. Warren of Scarboro. Fat Cattle—1st premium to Brigham, Clem ents A Warren of Saccarappa for yoke oken; 2d premium to Robert Meserve of Gorham, for yoke oxen. Bulls—1st premium to Oliver Pope, Wind ham, for 4 years old Devon; Moses Fogg of Gorham, for 3 years old Durham, a large and good animal; to City of Portland, for grade Durham, 2 years old: to Watson & Larrabee of Scarboro, for ftill blood Durham, 1 year old, an animal of first quality; to John L. Curtis of Gorham, for Jersey bull 1 year old, and to J. F. Anderson, South Windham, for one year old Devon. Steers—1 years old, 1st premium to S. & W. Warren of Scarboro; 3 years old, 1st premium to A. F. Johnson of Gorham; 2d do S. Allen of Gorham. Heifers—1st premiums to Moses Fogg of Gorliam, for best Durham; J. F. Anderson, So. Windham, for best Devon; Frank C. Harding, Gorham, for best native; City of Portland, best 0 months old. Town Teams—But one entry; 1st premium to Gorham team of 20 oxen. Cores and Calves—1st premiums to J. F. Anderson, South Windham, for Devon cow, Jersey cow, bull calf and heiier calf; City oi Portland for grade Durham heifer calf; G. <fe L. P. Warren for Ayershire and grade Ayer shire cows. Second premiums, J. F. Ander son, for Devon cow: G. A L. P. Warren for Ayershire cow; A. F. Johnson, Gorham, for breeding cow. Gratuity of $8 to G. W. Ham mond, Cumberland Mills, for two Jersey cows entered without proper statements to entitle them to premiums. Farm Stock—But one entry for premium. J. F. Anderson, a fine stock of cattle, mostly of Devon blood, but Including one Jersey, and one Ayershire. 10 very fine South Down sheep in good health and line condition, 1st premium ouu gicat Sheep—Show small; 1st premiums to J. F. An erson, for 10 iull blood South Downs; S. R. S wee tier of Cumberland for flock of eom mon variety; G. W. Hammond for South Down Buck. Second premiums, J. F. Ander son, South Down Buck; E. S. True, Wind ham, flock of eight sheep; also for Buck Gratuities to G. W. Hammond, $4 for flock carefliliy selected sheep, and to E. S. True, $3 for ewes, not enough to entitle to premium. Butter and Cheese—First premium for 25 pounds Butter to S. B. Cloudman of Gorham. Gratuity of “Flint’s Milch Cows and Dairy Fanning” to Mrs. Samuel Gilkey of No. Gor ham, not enough to entitle to premium. No entry of cheese in quantity sufficient for prem ium, but one, entered by S. F. Perley of Na ples, was very rich in flavor and every way ex cellent. Fowls—S. B. Thomas of Gorham, $2.00 for 24 Ducks, and Chas. F. Warren of Saeearappa, $1.00 for three pair Fancy Pigeons. STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PORTLAND AND LIVERPOOL. The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company^ line of steamers will commonce their trips from Liverpool to this port on Thursday, No vember 9th, thereafter leaving Liverpool ev ery Thursday, and Londonderry Friday. Re turning they will leave Portland on Saturdays. The present prospect is that this line of steamships will have plenty of business the coming season—not only from Canada but from the States. The arrival of these vessels, and others that are expected during the win ter, will create a lively time at the steamship wharves and at the Grand Trunk depot. The trips of this line have never before been made with so great regularity as they have the present season, between Liverpool and Que bec—there baving.been not over a variation of 24 hours in the time of their arrival at the lat ter port. In most of the passages the steam ers have arrived off Farther Point on Sun days, making the passage from Londonderry in less than nine days. Precocity.—A couple of lads, one 14, and the other 11 years of age, ran away from their homes in this city last Tuesday; hired a boat of Mr. J. Waite; went to one of the islands and spent Tuesday night; pulled down to Ash Point, Harps well, Wednesday; stopped there that night; started to return to Port land Thursday, but after getting out a little distance returned to Ash Point and gave the boat to toe man they had stopped with; then wcut w aji uuawiua auu tuun uie cars ior liatl gor where they arrived last evening. The parents of the lads had been anxiously searching for them everywhere, having heard that two boys bad hired a boat on Tuesday and gone off. The mother of one of them was in the telegraph office last evening, about to send a dispatch to Ellsworth making inquiry, when her fears and anxiety were removed by a dispatch from an operator in the Bangor of fice, announcing the arrival of the lads there —one of them having called in to see the op erator, with whom he was acquainted. They intended to go to Ellsworth, but a dispatch sent to the Bangor operator will put the boys on the homeward track and they will be re turned to-day. Highway Bobbeby.—Mr. A. T. Barlow, who resides near Graves’s Hill, Westbrook, re ports that last Saturday evening, having just arrived here in the train from Boston, he was walking to his home, with his coat on one arm and a valise in his hand; and that just after passing the road that leads to the Marine Hos pital he met two men, one of whom struck him a blow on the back of the head that ren dered him senseless. When be recovered con sciousness he found his overcoat twisted close around his head, and both his shirts torn op en. His wallet, which contained $74 in green backs was missing, but his valise was untouch ed. The next morning he went to the place where the robbery was committed, and found his knife and three coppers lying on the ground. Mr. Barlow says he made the robbery known to his neighbors, but it does not appear that be notified any of the police of the matter. Fibe.—A little before one o’clock this morn ing, the building on Cumberland street, be tween Washington and North streets, owned by Mr. Bernard Daley, and occupied by sev eral Irish families, the basement being occu pied as a store by William Gormley, was dis covered to be on fire. The fire originated in the store, and the flames crept up the ceiling, badly damaging the building before they could be quenched. The active exertions of the firemen prevented a large conflagration among the wooden buildings in that vicinity so close ly clustered together. Mr. Daley, we under stand, is insured enough to cover his loss. The Shootiwg Match.—There was quite a large gathering yesterday at Woodford’s Cor n«r, to witness the shooting match, which was commenced yesterday morning and kept up all day, without being concluded. It will be resumed at 12 o'clock to-day, at the same place. At the close last evening Mr. G. Hitch cock of Yarmouth, was ahead on the telescopic rifle, and Mr. Kenney, of Westbrook, on the off-hand rifle. Naval.—A Board, consisting of Commo dore Winslow, Chief Engineer John W Moore Charles H. Baker, and Assistant Inspector J.’ Southwick, hava been for two or three days examining the hull and running of the ma chinery of the light-draught monitor Wassuc, in this city, preparatory to her being turned over to the government. The attention of those who are purchasing dress goods, flannels, Ac., Is called to the ad vertisement of Messrs. Vickery A Bowen.— Give them a call BY TELEGRAPH, TO THE DALLY PRESS. : ‘ . Tha Trial af War*. Washington. Oct 6. In the Werz trial to4ay, A. Kleieh, of the 8th Pennsylvania cavalry, testified that Were was sick in August, and that Lieut Davis was in command. Never heard or saw Werz shoot or injure a man. Cross-Examined by Col. Chipman—Witness was the hostler of Capt. Werz and obtained a place outside the stockade, because there was not enough to eat inside. Those outside ob tained double rations. He drew clothing twice. He knew Capt. Werz wa3 sick in Au gust, because he heard so. Werz would curse a man for nothing at all hardly, and would sometimes pull a fellow along roughlv M. 8. Harris, of the 5th New Work'cavalry, testified that he was a prisoner at Andersor ville from July 29th to November 1st, 1864. He was sergeant of a division of ninety men. They commenced removing the dead line on the 10th of September; while this was hamy done the prisoners had unrestricted intercourse with everybody. About thi3 time Werz or dered a sutler to leave the stockade for extor tion, and told him and other sergeants that the camp was reorganized and that provisions would be more abundant and regular. Werz also increased the rations and supply of wood. Parties were also permitted to go outside and cut and bring in wood under a guard, and such as had no blankets were allowed to gather pine tops. He never heard of Werz shooting ■or maltreating any of the prisoners. He heard him curse the men. Witness confirmed the statements of Reynolds about stores and trad ing places. Salt wa - smuggled inside by the bakers throwing it over the walls at night in bags for the sutlers. He called Werz’s atten tion to the fact that the prisoners could not get enough salt, and Werz immediately probit ed its sale in the stockade, and confiscated the supply In the hands of traders. After this there was a perceptible taste of salt in (J»e bread. Cross-Examined by Col. Chipman.—There were plenty of wells In the stockade, but those who acquired them by purchase, or dug them, kept them for their own use. They would sell a cupful of water for a chew of tobacco. A piece of tobacco two inches square and very thin would be sold for 25 cents. The water in the Creek was never fit to drink. About 20 out of a division of 90, under charge of wit ness, died in the stockade, principally of diar rhea; six of the remainder were too sick to travel to Mlhen. He saw men suffer for want of proper food, and not because of the lack of a sufficient quantity of it. They could not eat com bread, because their mouths were too sore with scurvy. Witness never, In any battle, was captured by Early’s advanced guard. Could not tell how drank he was at the time of capture. He was lying with his face down, asleep, when the rebels took him prisoner. Witness said he liad written several letters to the New York Daily News, purporting to give a plain statement of facts, to see that jus tice was done to a follow-man. He selected that paper because he was acquainted with *1.~ -—1.___l x* :_J _x* v ?_ Question.—Do you know that paper was in sympathy with the rebellion ? Ans.—I do not. Question—Did you not know it was called a copperhead sheet, and justly so; and did you not know it attacked the government during the war? Ans.—I never knew its character when I wrote the letter, or what kind of a paper it was. I was asked by one of the editors to give the public some imormation on the subject, and I did so. Mr. Schade.—The prisoner's counsel here interposed, saying that he found that the New York Daily News was a loyal paper, support ing the policy ofPresident Johnson. He, there fore, did not know why it should be called a disloyal sheet. Col. Chipman replied that he was very well aware why Mr. Schade did not see it. Mr. Schade said that no objection whatever was taken when newspapers attacked the pris oner; hut, when, one of them says a word in his defence, offense is taken. Col. Chipman remarked that the competence of a witness was the basis of all testimony. If he be in sympathy with the rebellion, without being in the war, and puts himself in connec tion with those against the government, and seeks an interview-with the editors of rebel sheets, proffering services, and writing letters in accordance with his sympathy, it was prop er to show that he was not a compent witness. The witness on the stand would have sympa thized with the rebellion. Mr. Baker said that he had not thus en deavored to impeach the witnesses of the gov ernment. When he did so, he hoped that he might be pitched out of the window. CoL Chipman replied that such a cloud of witnesses bad testified to the horrors of An dersonville, and he found that this witness, their comrade-in-arms, had testified that An derson vide was a land overflowing with milk and honey, he suspected such a‘witness, and would attack him under all circumstances, be cause he did not believe that the presumption was in his favor. He owed this much to those suffering Union prisoners who perilled their IBes in defence of their country, and against whom there was not a shadow of discredi Mlity. Mr. Baku- replied that what the Judge Ad vocate proposed to do was legitimate, but the manner in which it was continued did more credit to his heart than to his head. As an adviser of the Court, the gentleman did not do justice to the prisoner. He was governed too much by his zeal. The Judge Advocate must understand that counsel claim that all which Korl Knnn KrAiicrVit nnt V>t- ih» _ ceming tlie prisoners at Andersonville was not true as attaching to Capt. Werz, and further they intended to do all they could to counter act any wrong impression made upon the minds of the Court. They had put and would put respectable witnesses on the stand to remove such impressions. Ii they could do away with the testimony of the gov ernment witnesses, they would do so. Mr. Baker then asked that this grave trial should not be brought down to the level of a case before a justice of the peace, where every body is either insulted or offended. Col. Chipman said, as to the duties of a judge advocate, while In theory according to the writers on military law he is both counsel for the accused and for the government, that theory is exploded when the accused himself selects counsel, and when, like this defendant, he is attended by friends and counsel, in the front and rear, it removes the obligations of the judge advocate to aet as his counsel. Mr. Baker said that the questions were ir revelent, and, therefore, ought not to be asked. The Court did not sustain Mr. Baker’s ob jections. The Cross-Examination of the witness was then resumed. The,witness said that he saw Benjamin Wood, the proprietor of the Daily News, twice in his office. He went to him to make a cor rection in his letter. He published two letters in the News about affairs at Andersonville. He did not know how he came to be subpoe ned. The witness further said that he wrote letters for the Brooklyn Eagle. In reply to a question asked by Col. Chip man, the witness said that he did not know that the Brooklyn Eagle was more dbloyal to the government than the Daily News. An ticipating the trial, he had wntten a defence of Capt. Werz. Question.—Don’t you think it remarkable that you selected the New York Daily News and the Brooklyn Eagle ? Answer.—I had never heard the chare ter of the Daily News for loyalty questioned, and I considered the Brooklyn Eagle a first rate democratic newspaper. Mr. Schade again objected to the questions of the Judge Advocate on the ground that the News and Eagle were not on trial here, and, as he understood, that they were both loyal, and sustaining the policy of President John son. The Court overruled the objections of Mr. Schade. Frederick Rath then testified as to the af fairs at Andersonville, and said he frequently carried food to Andersonville. Miss Mary Rawson testified*that she lived near Andersonville, and frequently carried food to one of the Union prisoners. Capt. Werz had never refused or denied her any privileges that she had asked of him. He was always agreeable and willing that she should bring anything to the prison. She never heard of Capt. Werz’s treating any body in an unkind way. The name of her prisoner, as she catted him, was Peter Keen of the 16th Iowa regiment. Rev. E. Duncan, minister of the gospel, and attached to the Tennessee Methodist Episco pal conference, testified that in August, 1864, he preached to the Union prisoners. He ob tained a pass of Capt. Werz to go in at will. Witness also visited Andersonville in the fol lowing February. He stayed there a week each time. His mission proper was to preach to the Florida artillery. Cros-Examined by Col Chipman.—When his State, Tennessee, went out of the Union, he was identified with the act He went with bis country. He was a man of one word,— preaching to souls everywhere. He never thought that religion should be mixed up with politics. CoL Chipman here asked a question affect ing the loyalty of the witness. ■The Reverend gentleman asked: “Is that a Proper question ?” 'Cul- Chipman said that it was, and informed the witness that he was at liberty to refuse to answer any question that would involve him in the crime of treason. The witness replied that he was subject to the powers that be, and ought be a sufficient answer. The Court overruled an objection raised by Mr. Beker, when Col. Chipman asked: “Bid von ever take an oath of loyalty Jo the Con federate govemmeet V The Witness.—I did not, and never was con nected with the army in any way. Several other witnesses were than examined, when the Court adjourned. From Washington, Washington, Oct ft. Gen. Grant and staff arrived here this fore noon. The Baltimore (colored) Odd Fellows par raded to-day, making a fine appearance. The turnout was quite large. The procession marched to Monument Square, where speech es were made from a finely decorated stand. Reports received from theFreedmen’s Bur eau represent that the colored lessees of farms in Arkansas are doing well and raising large crops, while other ireedmen nave interests in the crops being raised by the planters. Isaac Morgan has been appointed by the President direct Tax Commissioner of Ala bama. The Were trial was commenced on the 2d of August. The prosecution examined 185 witnesses, the number of days for which was twanty-three, the record making 2968 foolscap pares. The defence was opened on the 25th of September. The number of witnesses sub poened is 106; examined thus fir 17, and 55 have reported themselves. Semi-official news received to-day from the State of Chihuahua says the Mexican Gen eral Yillaga, republican, attacked and took possession in August of the dty of Paral, de fended by the French. He inflicted great lo;s on the enemy. A republican general was killed in the battle. The French were coldly received in the city of Cbihuhua. Gen. Bruourt circulated a proclamation, Stinted in the city of Mexico, stating that he ad been welcomed by the people. The next day, however, he declared martial law in the State. Maximillian’s proclamation of the 5th of September Is said, practically-, to' re-establish slavery in Mexico. He calls the slaves work ing men and their masters patrons. Gen. N. G. Humphreys, it is understood, was pardoned by the President to-day. This will render him eligible to the Governorship of Mississippi, to which office ha it. probably elected. Walter Lennox, formerly Mayor of Wash ington, has, after a confinement of four months, been released from Fort McHeniy. Jjle left this city at the outbreak of me civil war, out was subsequently arrested in Baltimore and imprisoned on a charge of suspicion qf being a rebel emissary. Proceeding! of the Ppitcopol Convention. Philadelphia, Oct 6. The Convention of the Episcopal Church reassembled at ten o'clock this forenoon. Dr. Higbee stated that two deputies from Tennes see were present, but owing to the absence of the Secretary of that diocese they were unable to present their certificates. He moved that the names of the Tennessee deputies be placed upon the rolL Carried. The Committee on Canons reported in favor of the adoption of a new Canon forbidding cler gymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church from entering the military or naval service of the United States, except in the capacity of chap lains, or to enter any military or naval school, except as chaplains or protestors of Instruc tion. I djujiifij’ a unHJ i iiui A message was received from the House of Bishops, including an address from the Epis copal Church and lay delegates of the United States. Rev. Dr. Benin, of Canada, was presented to the Convention, and made a few remarks. Rev. Dr. Tulford, Lord Bishop of Canada, also made a few remarks relative to the con nection between the church in 'England «■! America. In the Episcopal Convention to-day Rev. Dr. Cummings offered the following resolu tion, which was passed after some debate :** Bettolved, That this house offer its profound gratitude to God, that we have among our brethren the clerical and deputies from the di ocese of Texas, North Carolina and Tennes see, and that we recognize their peeseaoe in. our midst, as a token and pledge of Hie future and entire restoration of the union of the church throughout the length and breadth of our land. ^ i v The question of the provincial organization of the diocese was then called up and debated. The remainder of the session was occupied in the discussion of the proposed new Canon relative to clergymen entering the military or naval service except as chaplains. Mats Meeting of Proedmen. Nashville, Tenn., Oet. 8. A great mass meeting of negroes and freed men was held at Edgarfiehl, yesterday after noon. There were six hundred persons pres ent. An address was made by Brigadier-Gen eral Fisk. He rejoiced that the negroes of Tennessee were free, as God intended them to be. He told them that they must prove them selves entitled to freedmen by industry, sobri ety and integrity. His duty was to see that they discharged their duties; he would put black men in the jury box and on the witness stand. His remarks were received with en thusiasm. He was followed by several other speakers, after which the meeting adjourned. Gen. Fisk states that during the past week, over 700 negroes have been sent to their for mer owners in different parts of Hie State, and had contracted with their former owners to work for wages. Arrest of Counterfeiters. Providence. R. L, Oct. 6. Detectives Billings and Swan have arrested four men in this city for having and passing counterfeit 17. S. currency, and a large quanti ty has been recovered, including bills of the denomination of $100, $20, $1 and 60 cent scrip. One of the men is a wholesale distrib utor of counterfeit money, named Henry A. Wood alias Buchanan. The others are Wm. Paroe, clerk at the Adams House, Solomon cif . ve^7 8tab*e keeper, and Pat. Mesaley, a State prison graduate. Among the bogus money are ten dollars on the Thompson bank, Conn. ’ from foie Mexico. , , , , St. Louis, Oct. 6. Among the sales of wheat to-day were 40, 000 bushels choice, a large portion sold at $2.70. the highest paid tor five ygars. The Republican’s Leos Nteas, New Mexico, correspondent, under date of Sept 15th, says a gentleman from Santa Te reports the arrival of Juarez at that place, supposed to be en route to the United States. The report is doubtfhl. Col. Chaner has been elected delegate to Congress from New Mexico by 1600 majority over CoL Pearce. from Californio. San Fbancisco, Oct 8. The steamer Constitution sailed to-day for Panama with $1,112,000 in treasure for New York, and $842,600 for England. The small town of Eureka on Humboldt Bay, was violently shaken by an earthbuake on Sunday last Nearly every chimney was tom down or cracked, the goods in stores thrown from the shelves and much crockery broken. The damage amounted to several thousand dollars. forth Carolina State Convention. Raleigh. N. (X, Oet 6. The Convention to-day passed an ordinance declaring that the ordinance of May 20th, 1861, is and always has been null and void. A motion to strike out all after the enaetfng clauses insert as substitutes was rejected—94 to 19. The final vote on the passage of the ordinance was unanimous. wtii *■ foie fork Markets. New Yokm. Oct. 8. **1** MM Seles Middling Up FJou>-state and Western excited and 20 ® 25c higher; sales *1,000 bbls. Southern firmer; sales 1800 bblto. Canada 25c higher; aala* boo bbl». ■ “le“ K*.°0» bushel*. Chi 8 50. Amber Michigan!46’ “lei “.Owbiuiels. Mixed West crn so \€D sec m store. Oats—without decided change l_Beef-anner; sales 400 bbls plate mess *t 1888® ^Pm-k-acUve; sales 7250 bbls. New Men 85*® Muscovado 1S}« Stock Markets. Semad Board.StocU. *IW To“’ <*• *’ American Gold.... lie) Canton Company...••••••. Cumberland00*1 On.. ‘li.".’-” .. 47 New York Central. 9* Erie. gg Hudson... .7.v;r.r:-::::;;::w Be»d‘ng. HO Michigan Southern . *9 Illinois Central. 1391 Cleve'and and Pitlnburg. . **! Chicago and Bock Island..."itli Fort Wayne. V.V.'.V.V.V.'.'.V.. »* Resigned.—Daniel Webber, a member of the police force, has been obliged to resign on account of 111 health. Mr. Webber has been a faithful and meritorious officer. The Atlantic House, Scarboro’, will bo doMd for the season after this week, Miscellaneous. cTZiTrri Doct. Chas. Alex. G-uilmetle, OF BOSTON, —n<* Private Leetarer an Phyalwl a*T, Pathology and Hygiene, aoPor (Y* - ‘“Btlaglo the Vocal, Re.plra torV and Reprodactive Syeteat. Membre Honorable de 1’ Academie'de Medicine de Parle—Chevalier do 1* ordre de la Rose—Active Member of the Imperial Academy oi Medi cine, Rio—Physician to the American Le gation, Rio, Gen’l Robert C. Schenck, Minister—formerly Physician ex cbbp for five years to the So. • AmericanOpera Oomp*y— author of “Guilmettc’s , I, ,' DysphoniaClerico rum;” ‘Guilmette on Vocal Physiology and Respiration, ’ etc. NEW YORK REFERENCES: Prof. Doromns, M. D., Frol. Cantochan, M. D., Prof Fordyce Baker, M. D., The Members ol the N. Y. Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary, The Members of the New York Union Theological Seminary. BOSTON REFERENCES: Prof. Joel Parker; Prof. Theoph. Parsons; G. S. Hillard,Esq.; Hon.E. G. Parker; CoL A. 0. Brews ter. Ex. Got. Edward Kent, Bangor, Me. Nearly twenty years successful practice in the United States, Europe, West Indies, and Empire of the Brazils, resulting in many remarkable cures by his Original System of Treatment, enables Dr. O. to promise the speedy reHei of several Diseases ol the Organs of the Throat, Hie Chest, and other most im portant Organs, hitherto considered lncnrable. Dr. GuRmetta, of Boston, at the request of a large number of Ladles and Gentlemen of Portland, will visit this city, in a fow days, tor the purpose of deliv ering his instructive end popular lectures on The Physiology of Woman, IN HEALTH AND DISEASE! AND The Physiology of Man, I i - IN HEATH AND DISEASE! During the Doctor*s stay in Portland, he may be consulted lor all classes of diseases. The success at tending Dr. Guilmette’s treatment ot special disease is acknowledged by the highest authority to be un paralleled iff fixe history of any specialist. By the invention of certain ingenious instruments only known to Dr. G., every passage into the body, within the t&ach oi the bkUlftil surgeon, is satisfacto rily explored, the diseased spots ascertained, as sailed at once with such remedial agents as are caU tp^reetorf the normal <sr healthy chemical conditions ot certain fluids nourishing those parts. . Xbe |Ien. G. HUlard, Col. E. G. Parker, and A. O. Brewster have witnessed my operations for Ca tarth and Lung Diseases, Ac., in several cases oi many years* standing—the result in every instance is a perfect core. lW8ee f if tore notice*. ocSdtf BUTTER! BUTTER!! ANOTHER CHOICE LOT OF B TT T T E R! SEVEKTY-FirE TUBS. Jnst Received and for Sale by O. W. SMITH, Nmm. 6 ft 8 Silver Street. oetSdlw Molasses, Cheese, Tea, Ac. 25 HHDS. CHOICE MOLASSES. lOO BOXES CHEESE, 50 BOXES OOLONG TEA, lOOO BBLS. ONIONS, For aa,e by . , Pi O. THOMES, OetB—<12w No, 2 Central Wharf. POLLOCK AND COD! 1600 QUINTALS POLLOCK, 600 QUINTALS COD, Landing from Schooners ''Aurora,” and “Um pire,” from Nova Scotia. DAK A A CO. Oct. t—d3wie GRIND TRUNK RAILWAY^ EASTERN DISTRICT. Alteration of Trains! 3BBn Notice is hereby given that the Train iflBP-SHlfiPleaving Portland at 7.00 A. M., will be discontinued between South Paris and Island Pond after Saturday next, the Tlh Instant. C. J. BRIDGES, ... . Managing Director. Montreal, October 2,1864. ocCdlt Southern Pine Lumber. THE undersigned (snow prepared to tarnish South ern Pme Lumber (or Sir -building, Factories, Flooring Boards, and West India Scantling, sawed to order, with dispatch. Orders solicited. E. C. DREW, (» City Exchange.) .Vs. 10 Devonshire St., Sept», 1865. sepiadlm BOSTON. New Goods, New Goods l Just received at DRESSER’S OLD STAND, 90 Exchange Street. tW AH kinds ef PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS go ing cheap. Give him a call. sep30d2w* Removal. ■yyTE have this day removed to 8TOBE FOBMXBBT OCCUPIED BT V. T. CHASE, ESQ., Bead ef Lssg Wharf. BRADLEY, COOLIDGE & ROGERS. Portland, Oot. 1,1865. d2m For Sale. T'BB desirable IOT, situated on the northerly side A of Free Street, above Oak St., with the Stable thereon. For particulars apply to L-, • . • A. B. STEPHENSON, Octk-lsqtf 131 Commercial St. Porto Rico Sugar l OlO SUPERIOR HUALITT For sale<byRT° RlCO 9UOiB> Harris Rrotbers. Oct 5—lsd3w M Commercial St. A RARE CHANCE! “nflertignad contemplating making a change ri. J ta!U1*<r.,",8in ’*> would dispose of their Retail ’ftade, together with Hecaee, Bread Carte and Bak on reasonable terms 11 applied lor 0*.8.1M»-dtf «*R*>Vfc SMITH. Fop New Orleans ! be In berth thu wees ready to ire Cargo. aiuLimm.-tAit Fo! frei*ht or V*****! (harlag goad accommodations,) app'y to C. M. DAVIS It CO., «**.««._U7 CSav 8t~ The Only Perfect Piano Forte! P b^Movi®®? Patent lariated Piano. Call and For Sale. A LOT In Evergreen Cemetery, on the main Ave nue. Said lot la composed of two lots in one, sue is very handsomely laid out. For further par Plain Wool PeLaine*. A LABOR assortmen t ot choice shades, among which may be found theNEW SHADES oi Violet, LOWapKICESt atThl*d*y lWT*d “d ,eUln« Horse for Sale. 3FICoIor'r Bay^0”*tat weighing ten hundred. Inquire at Preble House, of Oct 5—d3t* M. MARBLE. <BiO AAAi YEAB made by any one with Stencil Tools. No experience aeosssary. The Presldents, Cashiers, and Trsaasr mof three Banka Indorse the circular. Sent ftce wHh.samples. .Addrms the American StencU Tool Works, Springfield, Vermont eoBdkm Entertainm ents, Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings, October 10 ana li. ' f Batinee Wednesday Afternoon. Children, to afternoon Concert to eta. Eleventh Annual Tour of the OrigiMl FATHER KEMP’S Celebrated and Far Famed OLD FOLKS CONCERT COMPANY I Instrumental Performers mnd Vocalists. Reorganized and Improved for 1S65-0—consisting at 22 Ladles and Gentlemen, together with their mag nificent Orchestra and Splendiu Brass Band; all of whom will appear in costumes of one hundred years ago Assisted by KMI.IA L. NICHOLS, the Jenny Lind of America. Pronounced bv the people and the press as tile most charming Ballad Singer living. In all Cities throughout tne Uni ed States these en tertainments have been attended by the largest and most enthusiastic audiences that ever v elearned Musical Artists; being patronised by the Clergy. Ed itors, Merchants ind Mechanics, Poets and Priests, Teachers and Scholars, all classes, both Old Men and Young Men, Middle Aged, Children and Youth. On this occasion Mother Kemp will appear in the same costume as worn at our popular levees while in Europe, and Graudsive Waterbury, the original, ec centric and ingenious Old Gentleman, who, although going on to Ninety-aye, (95) “still lives," and whl play on the “Big Fiddle." Tickets 30 ota; Children 15 etafor sale at the usu al places and at the door. D »ors open at 7 o'clock—to commence at 8 o'clock precisely. FATHER KEMP, Manager. R. N. TEMPLE, Business Agent. * OstS-dtt___ g»AKCINGt MISS DOUGLASS win commence her Dancing, at OONGRE8S HALL, On Saturday, Oct. Tlh, nt 8 o’clock, P.M. Beginner* and advanced pupils win meet at that time for the first lesson, when further arrangements will be made. Miss Douglass will assume the entire control and management of her cl&aso* this season, and will en deavor to keep an orderly School. Alim Douglass has had manv year* experience In teaching the piano, and is ready to receive pupils on that instrument. Application can be made at aept2S—2w 848 Congress Street, NOW HKADY. The Praise of Zion. A new collection of Mu sic for Singing Schools, Choirs, Mssical Societies and Conventions and the Home Circle; containing a sys tem of Musical Notations, a variety of Exercise*, Songs, Glees, &c., tor School and Choir practice; as Extensive Collection or Tunis or all Me tres, with a large assortment of Sentences, Anthems, and Chants. By Solon Wildeb and Frederic S. Davenpobt. ajuv puuiiautuB pau uLujiiuuu u> uus new worn who much confidence that it will prove one of the most at tractive and practically uaefol works of its class given to the public in many years. Its contents sre char acterized by freshness, variety, real merit, and adapt ednees to popular use. They are derived from many minent sources, American and foreign. The best old tunes are included, with a rich collection of new mu sic. Sent free by maQ for the price, $1.90. To fkcill tate its introduction, we will send a single copy Jor ex amination to any teacher or choir leader, poet-paid, on ecelpt of seventy-five cents. Catalogues of our musical publications, including the popular works ot Lowell Mason, To. B. Bradbury, Geo. F. Boot, and many others, free to any address. All our publications are sold In Boston, at our prices, by Mason & Hamlin. MASON BROTHERS, B9« Bboadway, New Yoba. Aug 30—dlawSJwawSw Dissolution Z TIE copartnership heretofore existing under the firm name of WILLIAM 2>. TRUE & CO., Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The busi ness of the firm may be settled by either member. WILLIAM D. TBUE, J. S. TBUE. Portland, Oct. 3, im. ocfidlw* Just Received ! A LABOE LOT 07 Rose and Grilt Ovals! From the beet manuiacturers hi this Country. BT Call and Examine. CLBAVBLASD * CO. Oct 6—dlw Cumberland National Bank• npHE Stockholders of “The Cumberland National X Bank of Portland” are hereby notified that there will be a meeting of the Stockholders at their Bank ing Room, on MONDAY, the 9th day ef October next, at 3 o'clock P. M.f to see if they will vote to in crease the Capital Stock of the Bank One Hundred Thousand Dollars. Per Vote of the Direc ora. „ , , „ SAM'L SMALL, Cashieg. Portland, Sept. 29,1865. sep30dtd MISS DOUGLASS W/ ILL give her next lesson In Dancing, on SAT Y Y URDAY, Oct. 7th, in Congress Hall, Claim's Block. Beginners will meet at 2 o'clock; advanced pupils at 3} o'clock. It is desirable that all who Intend Joining the class should be present on Saturday. Private classes wfll be formed on application. Oct 6—d2t Figured Thibet* ! fTtHIS day opening, an Invoice of Figured Thibet*, 1 PLAID POPLINS,and GALA PLAIDS, at ELD ID V it WHITMAN’S Sept 30—dtf 5 Free St. Block. Board. PLEASANT suits o 1 Booms, tarnished or untar nished, with board, in the first class house T? Free St. Charges moderate. Respectable transient boarders accommodated. Oct 4—dlw* Plain and Figured Poplins. ALL SHADES and variety of styles, telling CHEAP at ELDEN it .WHITMAN'S, Sept 25—d< f No. 5 Free St. Albums, Engravings, Crayons, AND fancy ARTICLES, tat tale at A. M. McKENNET’S, Oet 8—eod&eow&m 284 Congress St. FOR SALE! Attn A HOUSE, and STORE with STOCK OF UHlf WELL SELECTED GOODS, such a* are usu JlilLaUy kept in a Country Store. The tb >ve stand it situate! in one of the pleasant est villages in the State; a good ran with a chance to Increase to almost any extent. jThe present owner se Is to change his business. For lnfjrmation inquire *t the PRESS OFFICE. Oct 6—dawlw* Ornamental Carving, THE subscriber has opened a shop on the ooroer of Chestnut and Congress streets (up stairs), where he is prepared to do all ki-.dl of Ornamental Carving In the best manner. AH orders promptly attended to. Antique Chairs, Picture Frames and Window Cornices carved in the beet style. sept2Sdlhi THEODOR JOHNSON. Portland Benevolent Society, r 11 HE Annual Meeting of the Portland Benevolent X Society will he held at the office of the Portland Five Cents Savings Rank, No. 102 Middle St., on WEDNESDAY, October llth, at 3 o’clock P. M., for the choice of officers. MARTIN GORE, See’y. Portland, Sept. 28,1885. sep30dtd f hawls ! THIS day received LONG AND SQUARE SHAWLS, in new and desirable patterns. ELDEN St WHITMAN, Sept 30—dU_5 Free St. Block. Just Received ! AND now opening a full lino of Gents and Ladies UNDERWEAR, at very LOW prices. ELD ION k WHITMAN, Sept 80—dtf5 Frue St. Block. Cloakingst ELDEN A WHITMAN are this day opening an assortment of Plain, Plaid and Fano Cleek. inns in desirable styles for Fall and Winter wear. Sept 3 —tf S Free Street Week. For Sale. rpHE Furniture and Fixtures of the popular SA X LOON 117 Fore St. For particulars enquire on the premise*. Reason for rolling, Hie pro ent pro genitor is about engaging Ip the Fancy Goods Trade. Jona and Delaware GRAPE VINES! GRAPE VINES!! A Few choice Vines of (he above kinds may bo had of 3 G. R. DAVIS, oc*2d3w AgaU fur Dr. Greet. For Sale and to Let. THE Stock of Goods for Sale, and Store to rent in Payson Block, No. 87J Middle St. Apply to P. S. W., on the premises, or at house No. 4* Middle St., Portland, Me. oc6dtf To Let. THE Boot and Shoe Store recently occupied by M. L. Merrill & Co , No 4 L'nit . l State* Hotel Building. Also stock and fixture* Jar sate, octfldst* Wanted. A whlch * a"* »■* *n Oct.» —dlw* B0X °30’ P. O. Wanted. WWO smart girls from the "*0untry. None others Miscellaneous. ~ - t-r ' ? , r f THE FALL CAMPAIGN! Down With the Prices FOB TUB next TEN DA YS ! AT FITZGERALD & HODSDOR’S, Nos. 148 and 130 Middle 8t., HAVING alarge stock of good! on band prior to 1 the pi esent advanced rates, we are determined ' to give oar numerous customers tbe advantage of 1 our early purchases, by clearing out our IMMENSE STOCK! CONSISTING IN PART OF HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS, KNIT, WOOLEN, AND FANCY GOODS! Hosiery, Gloves, AND EMBROIDERIES, &c All at which we will tell at a Very Slight Advance on Cost ! HOOP SKIRTS ! »»0 ’loops, 3 ia. Tape, S Tape*, Heavy Wire, oar awa aaafec. Only $1,50. . 3 ‘>aJ» O'; O * ^ „ Becld^uy the cheapest Skirt ever soM in Portland. Ladies do not fail to come and see them. Hosiery and Gloves, at Cosit Buttons, Buttons! A Splendid Assortment—lO la 30a a Dm, CORSETS ! Genuine French Corset* for $1.50 Per Fair. American Corsets 8Tc Per Pair. A tolerable Stir Skirt, same ns cold everywhere let *1.75 and 1.87,30 Hoops, 6 Tape#, we offer, to done the lot, tor 11.85 each. Bo not deceived by advertisement i announcing “Low Prices We are determined to sustain our reputation for selling goods at lea price* than any house In the State. We are situated at present with a stock ot goods purchased long before prices bad reached their high elevation, consequently no merchant baying good* from DAT to DAT can afford to compete. FITZGERALD & HODSDON, 14S and ISO Middle Street, PORTLAND, ME. P. S.—'That 30-kaap Skirt ia a Beauty | da aat fall (a aaaae and get aae before they are all gaae. seplSdtmls Proposals for Forage and Straw! Assistant Quartermaster's Office. U. 8- A., PORTLAND, MAINE, October 3d, 186R PROPOSALS are invited by the undersigned, for the delivery of good, merchantable Timothy hay and straw on board of vessel*, at such wharf iu Port land Harbor as may be designated. '5*® straw must be securely baled, ard olwMa"* Two Thousand pounds per ton, exclusive «£t£rSSS&£* plainIjr’the »*»■ The Hay and Straw win be insnoetsd by a Govern ment Inspector, and weighed before being shipped. Proposals will also be received to deliver bay and straw at Washington, D. C., Richmond, Va., and Hilton Head, 8. C., subject to the above require ments Bids will be accepted from time to time, to meet the requirements or the Government. Payments to be made on delivery, or as soon there after as hinds for that purpose shall be reoetved. Bids shuU be subject to the decision of the Quarter master General. HENRY INMAN, Capt. and A. Q. M., U. 8. A. Oct 4—dtf. Auction Sale of Government Horses. Assistant Quartermaster's Office, I Portland, Me., Oct. 4, 1865. f PI pursuance to Instructions from the War Depart ment, tho undersigned wlU off< r lbr sale at Public Auction, Twelve Cavalry Heroes, tbs property of the United States. Sale to commence at 10 A. M. Saturday, October 14th, I860, at the Government Stable, “Cumberland House,” Green street, Portland, Maine. Terms Cash—Government Funds. HENRY INMAN, Oct 6—dtd. Capt. and A. Q. M., U. S. A. Proposals for Fuel. Assistant Quartermaster's Office, I Portland, Me., Oct. 4, 1808. f TJBOPOSALS are invited by the undersigned, until A October Met, 1808, lbr the delivery ot Good Mer chantable Hard Wood and Anthracite Coal, (Grate, Stove and Furnace,) In each quantities aa may be re Sulred daring the season, fer the troupe stationed at io following posts: Portland, L eluding thcFcrt* In the Harbor, Port Popnam. Fort Knox. Fart Sullivan. Barteriea at Rockland, Bel&st, Caatine, Maektae port and Treats Island. At Portland, Including the Forte tn tho Harbor, Wood and Coal will be required. At the other posts, wood only. Wood to be 12S cubic feet to the cord and coal 2000 lbs lbr a ton. Bids tor each poet most be made separatelv. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any bid, not eonafciared fee the interest of the Govern ment. HENRY INMAN, Oct 8—dtd Capt. and A. Q. M., U. 8. A. , Proposals for Stationery. Assistant Quartermaster’s Office, V. S. A. Portland, Maine, O.tol er 5, 1805. Proposals win be received by the undersigned, un til October 15th, 1865, tor the supply of the 1 ikjw.nf articles o1 S'ationery, In such quantities as maybe required fer (he u;e of the Quartermaster's Depart I etter Paper, per ream Load Pencils, each. Foolscap Paper, “ Ink (black), par Bottle. Iote Paper, . " Ink (red), per Bottle, olio Port Paper, pr ream-Enrelopoe, 8), 9,19, nr M. nvelope Paper, 11 Blank B»k, par Quae. Bio1 ing Paper, “ S'eel Pens, per gross. Printing Paper, “ Rules. yuOla per 100 Inkstamla. Wafers, per lb. Era-era. Sealing Wax, per P . Ink Powder, per paper. Office Tape, per piece. Bids must be in writing and conlirm to the above schedule, together with a sample of each article. HENRY INMAN, oc“dt*~ e. OW*. * A. Q. M. U. S. A. Star copy. To Sportsmen. X)°R^0L AS? CARTRIDGES—Si sixes FLASK;:, PGUGifBR GAME BAGS, FISHING TACKLE and agsucr al assortment of SPOJ1TING GOODS, at 43 EXCHANGE «'*'• 4 3. Aug 29—dOwls ®- •* BAILEY. ^Contracts aruiLegeUInstruments. lysynuitrESITO. and el smlnlng titles of Beal Es Ut*’ bT H. I*. DEANE, Counsellor ss4 Attorney, No. m Middle St. Sept. 20—dim Wanted. WHITE EVER LASTING, or IMMOR TELLES efsoy color, by Mrs. J. W. EMERY, Coogrqm aq 4 Chestnut Streets,Portland. Auction Sales. EDW’D M. PATTEN, Auctioneer, lj Exchange St. 27,500 Feet of Land on Elm and Oxford 8th, at Auction. ON SATURDAY, October 7th, at 8 P. M„ on the premises, corner of Elm ami Oxford Sts., will be •old that very desirable lot of land, having a front on Elm ot about 14S eet, by about 92 on Oxford Street. I mmediately after the above, another lot on xouih •kle of him, below Oxford St., about 82 fount, by 04 in depth. Also the lower fenced lot on same side cf Elm, at»ut IM front by »| in depth. ■ corner of tin, aad Oxford Sts., having beemdivided Into five building lots, will be sold in parcels to salt purchasers. .^•'^C'cpccporty, belonging to the estate of the lale Ezekiel Day, will be sold without the least re serve. For term, and particulars call on the Auctioneer Sept 29—dtd farm at auction: WE shall aell at Public Auction on TUESDAY. October lUlk, IStio.at » o’clock A. M., on the premises, the well known and valuable Homestead Form Of the late Wlnthrop Cobb, of New Qloncest r, Con taining OO at ret of excellent land, with good out buildings thereon, altnated within 20 rale of Cobb's Bridge otattia, on the G. T. Uii.r «1. Said Farm la well situs ed tor the Milk Business. A Starr stand, on tbe Farm, And commands a good country trade. Also , 14 Aorm of Woodland, lure©-fifth, of , mU# „ w frooo Homestead. , . Two Haases, With lotso.l 2 ace 0f land each, noar the Depot. ® Acres of Interval I wad Near tho Homestead. lO Acre, af Wood ..4 l,„rTmJ La.*, (about 1-2 mowtag land,)i mil. from ^ Uom.efo*l. 6 Arre. of Interval 0.4 Mawla. Usd, Adjoining tho nbovo namod lo acre lot 0O Acres of Wood aad Pastaro Load 1 mile N. E. from Homestead • A cre* of Meadow Land, 11-4 miles East from Homestead. J3F* Terms made known at sale. B.AIOK3 A CHAMBERLIN, Auctioneers. Oct 3—dlw* E. M. PATTEN, AUCTIONEEB, U ExchangTst. Wooden Building' at Auction. f\N Wednenda , Oct. 11, at 12 M., corner ol Maple (-'ommi.roial Str., will be sold a one am, a half storied Wooden Bulldtnj, nearly new, and in complete repair. Biseabout msi. Key at Littlefield A Wilson's. 0C7td EDWARD M. PATTEN, A ocl looser, la Esekaage Street. Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Doe skins, Tailors’ Trimmings, *«.. at Auction. OS y-^h'« 10 ,A- ».. “ Store No. OT Middle St., recently occupied bv Messrs ¥ C STEVENS A SON. Wiu be sol/ Si “&£***£• consisting ot Fine German, English and American B ond Cloths, Doeskins and Casslmares, Vntingn. Linings, Trimmings, Ac. At 11 o'clock, Jutting Board, Desk, Shelving, Mir ror, Cl ok, Ac. oc7dtd Valuable Beal Estate at Auction. WILL be sold at auction on Friday, Oct. 1J. at 3 o’clock P, M , on the premises, the well-known large and valuable estate -ituatod an the easteily orner of Cumberland and Pearl streets, a few n in utos walk from the Post Office anil business center of the city, yet quiet, retired and in a good neighbor hood; has on ft a thoroughly built, h'gh studded three story dwelling house, with large kl’ehen.wcod shed and stable, and an abundance well and cistern water. It it a large comer lot, containing about Eleven Thousand rest, wttl a capoeltv tot seven god house-dots, surrounded by the most msgniuosnt ThetAor* prop, rtv presents a good opportunity to buslnea* man to purchooe a handy an senteel rest dance, or on Investment far improvement. Title per OetT-dtd Valuable Land on Vaughan Street. AT Public Auction on Friday, October 13th Inst., at J o'clock #!■., SEVERAL LOTS OF LAN I on thsEast side of Vanghan St., opioalte tbe man sion lot of the Hon. J. B. Bren. Two of the lota measure on Vaugban Street ITT fret by 386 fret, ex tending to a reserved Street; the other, separated by a reserved street, la IT fret on Vaughan street by 28* let t deep. The tract will be sold on the premise*, fas lota to suit punhasen. Terms satisfactory—made known tt , U HENRY BAILEY*CO., Auctioneers. October T,M66.-dtd j". 0. 8. Marshal’s Sale. - llsttu Mutes or America, ) Districlor Maine, tt. ) PURSUANT to an Interlocutory Order oi Sale,to me directed, irom the Hon. Ashur Ware, Judge of the United Stales District Court within and frr So District ol Maine, I shall expose and otter for sole at public auction, to the highest bidder therefor, tb* fol lowing property and merchandise, at the time and place within said District, is fellows, viz: At PORTEAfctt Pier, In Portland, on FRIDAY, the Thirteenth day Of October current, at 11 o’clock, A. The Steamer MARCEXA JOHNSON, her Engine, Machinery, Bents, taekle, np> pnrel and Fnraltare, Terms ot Sale—CASH. Dated at Portland this seventh day of October, A. D. 1363. CHARLES CLARK. U. S. Marshal Dist. of Maine. OetT-dtd Larue sale of government cabs, en gines, AND RAILROAD IRON. United States Miutabt Rah roads. Office of Assistant Quartermaster, Washington, D, C.. At gutill, ’603. wm be sold at CITY POINT, VA.. on WEDNES DAY, October H, at 11 o’clock A. M.: About lour thousand (4,0*0> tons Railroad Iron. At PORTSMOUTH, VA., oa FRi D VY, October 13, at 13 M: Fir e (6> Erst class Locomotive Engines. About (50) Freight Car* and one (I) Passenger Car. •At NORFOLK, VA., October IS, at 3 P. At.: One now Locomotive Engine, S fool gauge. At ALEXANDRIA, VA., on TUESDAY, October 17th: ElfrjMW) forat-class Locomotive Engines, 4 icet *4 F.lghteen^sfnew Platform Can, l!v* lost gsuge.. Twenty-flve 1361 new Box Can, ttve i6)ioot gauge. About three hundred and Hfty (350) Box Cara, 4 Icet 81 In. gauge. Abswtwo hundred and thirty (230) Platform do., 4 feet 84 in gauge. About thirty (30) Stock do., 4 fret 64 in. gauge. Twenty (30) Passenger do,, 4 leet 81 In. gauge. One (D wrecking do. 4 festal in. gauge. Two (3) new Trucks. Sixty do. do., framed. Fourteen (14) Flats “ About two thousand (3,000) tons Railroad Iron. Sales to commence at ALEXANDRIA, at ID A. M., and to continue from day to day until all are < sold. Terms: Cash, in Government funds. H. L. ROBINSON, Brew. Cel. end A. Q. M., August If—dtp oct 10 broads. REM O V A jE ! DR. W. N. DEWING, Medical Electrician Uu removed bio office from Clapp’s Block to , ' ~ 174 KIDDLE STREET, JfomFly Opposite the railed State* Hotel, WHERE ha would respectfully announce to the oitisena of Portland and vicinity, that be has permanently located in this city. During the two years wa liars bean in tbit city, we have cured so nit >( the worst form* of disease In persons who bar* triad other forms ot treatment in vain, and curing atlents in so short a flint that the question is often uked, do they stay cured? To answer this question tvs will say that all that do not stay eured, wo will Iootor the second time. •Dr. D. has been a practical Electrician Ibr twenty* ins years, and la also a regular graduated ph« aiclan. Electricity la perfectly adapted to chronic disc asst lu bo form of nsrvonaorolclr headache; neuralgia In thu head, neck, or axtromlttos; consumption when In the acute stages or whar* the lungs are not futy involved; aunt* or chroalc rheniualism, scrofula Tic diseases, white swellings, spinal diseases, curvature if the spine, contracted muscles, distorted llailw, palsy or paralysis, St. Vitas' Dance, death ess. stam mering at hesitancy ot speech, dyspepsia, Ind.gas -ioa, constipation and liver complaint, piles—wa cute tverycas* that can ha presented; asthma, bronebt -4s, stricture* of the cheat, mil all forma of tea.ale complaints. By Electricity The Rheumatic, the goufy, the tame and the leap with Joy, and move with the agility and electric ity or youth ; the heated graid is cooled; the frost. Jlttsa limbs restored, the uncouth deformities r«* uored: faintness converted to vigor, weaJtneee to itrength; the blind made to hem and the palsied form to move upright, the btamtaheaet youth are obliterated; the accidbhts of mature Hi* pSSJSn^d; ttaSSSslil-of old eg* obviated and an active circulation maintained, i LiDIII Who have cold banns and feet: weak stomachs, tame and weak backs; nervous and sick headache: dtiai mms and swimming In tho head, with indigestion and constipation of the bowels: pain in the eld* and back: leucorrhcso, (or whites); felling of tire womb with In ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long train of diseases will find in Eject riel ty a sura means of sure. For painful menstruation, too profuse menstruation, and an of those long line of troubles M.b «f!£L?t&*K8U?5fci vigor of health. TEETH I TEETH I TEETH! Dr. D. still continues to Extract Teeth by Euc TBicrrT without PAIS. Persona havlng.de. ayed teeth or stompathey with to have removed for roast* ting he would give a polite invitation to call. Superior Edbctbo Kaosetic M a-minis lor eata lorfemlly use, with thorough tnstr utione. Dr. D. run accommodate a lew patients with board and treatment M his house. . Office .hours from g o’clock A. W. to 1* M ; Item to 6 P. M., and 7 to g In the evening. ,.. Consultation Area. aovlu EMPLOYMENT 1 At Your Own Homes! TaATra ▲ vrvPt reelfee e hundred dollin week* H°U8AypB«g» ^u!ru,, eic ,pt u, ft,,, „ 11, *v«r/ho^hold"^>«“ »» *‘1 >• n «„,.. ntetbs greatest discovery of the ag«.— “up^ttoutarsmnfm^eipt of two stamps for re turn P»*to«*fcopKINy £ BROWN, Ml Broadway, New York, OMfr-dlwawlw