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Saturday Morning, October 9,1896.
PORTLAND AND VICINITY. IV Advertisers wilt benefit themieh>es,aewMM •eeommo late us, by sending in their adeertttemenu ol on early hour m the day. New Advertiaem**1* Tm-DmT* NEW ADVERTIflERE-NT COLUMN. Advertised Letters—A. T. Dr. Guilinette’s Lectures oil the Physiology of Man and Woman. Offices to Let—A. K. Sburtleff. Wanted—a milk r°ute*- v.no,,_oll fiAim 11 nr rahip & Wither ,11. cSZhhig&T?u-nW>lng Goods-Morse & Withered City of Portland—a new street. SOLD EE US’ BEST. List of men who have passed through the City and have stopped at the Soldier’s Rest during the Week ending Oct 7th, 1865: Oct. 2J. John Murphy, 17th U S Infantry, rccraing “ David W Page, 17t U S Infantry, recruiting service ' ’ * '* Henry M Grey, E, 3: th Me Vols Oot. 3d. Corporal Hiram Holmes, B, 29th Mo Vols Nelson M Bussell, B, 99th “ “ JfienzoBerd, A, 1st Me Battalion Oct. 1th. Dennis Kelley, D, 17tli U S Inf ‘ ? °, Hesfe, K, 13th V B Corps ,, , Purrlngton, recruit, u S Engineers Oct. 7th. William Brown, “ .< Whole number accommodated during the week Uenby Inman, Captw* A. (J. M. U. S. A. MUNICIPAL COUBT, OCT. 7. Milton A. Bradford was brought up. on a search and seizure process. The ownership of the liquors being in another person Brad ford was discharged. Samuel Montain and Charles Davis pleaded guilty to breaking and entering the shop of Smith L. Atkinson and committing a larceny therein. In default of sureties io the sum of $300 each for their appearance at the Novem ber term of the S. J. Court they were commit ted to jail. The Stock Market in New York.— The New York Commercial AdvertiserJs money article, of Saturday afternoon, says the Stock market exhibits a slight downward turn, prices being, with a few exceptions, a fraction below the reduced quotations of yesterday af ternoon. Most of the combinations are selling to realize profit—a course usually attended with a decline. But the speculation for a rise cannot be considered exhausted, and another upward turn is likely to he the next phase of the market. The spirit of speculation has now been so long repressed, that it is to be ex pected it will not stop at the limits of modera tion. It is, however, possible that the money market may take a turn tending to check spec u, alive operalions. With that exception every thing appears to favor an extreme activ ity in stocks. Government securities are dull, and prices a shade lower. State Btoeks of the miscellaneous lists were lower, in sympathy with the decline in rail roads. The increased activity in stocks has produc ed a brisker demand for money. The rate on strict loans is 6 to 7 per cent. Attempt at Robbery.—Yesterday noon one of the employees at the office of the Kero sene Company, on Fore street, had occasion to visit the office. As he opened the door he heard some one going down the stairs into the basement. The employee immediately started around the corner and mtet two men who pointed out to him a man who had just jumped out of the back window of the office and was running off. He was pursued and captured by the employee, got away from him once, but was eventually secured and taken to the lockup. xuv utuuv ui me icuun la x au iv.iv au Irishman who has been over here but one year. He got into the office Saturday after noon and was locked in. He had made an un successful attempt to open the safe with a hammer. Some small farticles that he had stolen from the office were found upon him.— He says be went there Saturday for the pur pose of affecting a robbery. Father Kemp’s Concert.—Our musical people, and we have hosts of them, will gladly welcome Father Kemp and his troupe in their annual tour of concert-giving. They will make their appearance here to-morrow, Tues day, evening at City Hall, and will give us some of the glorious old melodies and tunes that our fathers sung and our mothers warbled to us. (In this troupe there is genuine musical talent, and it is displayed in such a manner as to touch the hearts of all who hear it It is worth the price of a ticket to see the rich costumes of the last century which these vocalists and instrumentalists wear. Then it worth the price of another ticket to see the old gentleman (“going on to ninety-five”—may he reach it, 1) manage the “big fiddle f and the music by the vocalists and the band, is worth the price of two tickets. So it will be perceiv ed that the admission fee is very cheap. We look for a crowded house. Store Breaking.—A couple of boys were brought before the Municipal Court last Sat urday for breaking and entering the shop of Smith L. Atkinson, on Fore street, and steal ing therefrom cigars, &c. One of the boys, Montain, is said to be an old offender. The way these fellows managed to get into Atkin son’s shop was by breaking and entering first the shop of Alfred Robinson, adjoining, and then removing a couple of boards in the par tition. They have been in the habit of doing this for some time, but the largest haul they made was last Thursday night. Information of the robbeiy was communicated to Deputy Marshals Wentworth and Irish, who recovered flip fitiili'Tl npnnArtv and onraefod tVin nfftimlppc The shop of Wm. Steel, repaifer of jewelry, on Middle street, was also entered on the same night, and two or three watch chains and some trinkets taken away. Sales of Real Estate at Auction.— E. M. Patten sold at auction last Saturday, some parcels of land belonging to the estate of the late Ezekiel Day, Esq. They sold as follows: 13,340 feet of land on Elm and Oxford sts., from 32 to 86 cents per toot. Purchased hy H. N. Jose and John T. Hammett. 4,230 feet on Elm, below Oxford street, for 24 cents per foot, to Grant, Warren & Co. Lot comer Elm and Lincoln streets, about 8,000 feet, for 18 cents per foot, to A W. H. Clapp. 10,562 feet of land between Lincoln and Kennebec streets, for 13 cents per foot, to A. W. H. Clapp. Larceny.—John Ragan went into the en try of the house of Mrs. McGrath, on Mupjoy, last Friday, and stole a cape which he carried i to a shop on Fore street and pawned for liquor. Mrs. McGrath informed Deputy Mai shals Wentworth and Irish of the circumstan ce, and they arrested Ragan on Saturday and recovered the cape. Foreign Exports.—The total value of Foreign Exports from this port last week amounted to 837,680. Included in the ship ments were 250 box shooks; 5,686 shooks and heads; 40,000 hoops; 593,533 ft. lumber; 64 M shingles; 807 bis. flour; 842 gross match es; 20 tons shorts; 2 stoves; 510 boxes cod fish. __ Invitation.—We are informed the Pearl Street Universalist Society in this city have extended an invitation to Rev. G. T. Flanders of Nashua, N. H., to become their pastor, but have not learned whether he has accepted the invitation. Horse Fair at Watehvixle.—Persons attending the great horse show at Waterville, which takes place Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, can go and return during the three days for one fare for the round trip, on the Portland and Kennebec Railroad. 2t The American Illustrated Newspapers for this week have been received at the book and periodical store of A Robinson, No. 51 Ex change street. ri—^ Painful Accident.—Mrs. Weston F. Mll liken received a severe injury Saturday after noon, as she was about taking a ride. She had taken her seat in the vehicle, her husband being on the sidewalk holding the reins of the hone, when the animal made a sudden turn I throwing Mrs. M. from the wagon with such violence as to break her left limb just above the ankle. Mr. MiUiken held on to the reins until they were twitched out of his hands by the hone, and he was thrown down, sustain ing some bruises, which will confine him for a day or two, but which, we are glad to say, are not serious. Mrs. MiUiken was very comfort" able yesterday, and it is hoped she wiU soon get over this painful accident. The horse is a Knox colt that has been broken but a short time. After he ran away, Saturday, he was stopped by a man who at tempted to drive him to a stable, but was thrown out before he got there by the antics of the horse. Db. Charles W. Stockman, one of the first men to volunteer in the 1st Maine Regi ment, late Assistant Surgeon in the 4th Maine, and Acting Assistant Surgeon in the IT. S. Ar my, has opened an office in West Baldwin. Dr. S. is the son of the late Rev. L^vi S. Stock man. He received his degree of M. D. at the Georgetown Medical College, and has been in defatigable in his services to soldiers during the late war. BY TELEGRAPH -TO THE EVENING PAPERS. -— 1'rom Mexico. New Orleans, Oct. 4. Matamoras advices say Cortinas, Canales and Escabbo have combined their forces, and are marching on Matamoras with 2000 Lib erals, robbing and plundering the whole coun try. Capt. Neyes’ cavalry is operating between Matamoras and Monterey. Nine hundred Belgians and Mexicans de feated 3500 Juarists near Cosma, in the State of Michocan, on the 17th of July, capturing 17 prisoners, 600 stand of arms and six pieces of artillery. They proceeded In the direction of Tehuacan. The telegraph Unes are in process of con struction to connect the principal cities of the Empire. Sapid Srogrese of the Suooo-American Tel egraph. New York, Oct. 7. The Herald says a telegram has been receiv ed from Fort St. James, on the Frazier River, British Columbia, announcing the completion of the Russian American Telegraph line to that point, and that Capt. Conway is rapidly pushing on toward Stuart’s Lake. The cable to cross the straits wUl be laid next August.— A party is also on the way to Amoor River to build northward to meet another working party from the Anadyr. The Herald’s advices state that the enterprise bids lair to be carried to a successful completion at a much earlier day than is generally anticipated. Col. Buckley was on his way to Gulf Anadyr at last advices. A Specimen of Rebel Impudence. New York, Oct 7. The Times’ Washington dispatch says that K. B. Rhett of South Carolina appeared at the Freedmen’s Bureau and demanded transpor tation for his slaves at Government cost in such an impudent maimer that Gen. Howard was obliged to call a guard to remove him. Rhett, however, left before the guard arrived. The Times’ dispatch says that Rhett also had an interview with President Johnson yes terday, and, with his accustomed modesty, proffered his advice to Mr. Johnson in regard to his Southern policy. Three Murders. Philadelphia. Oct. 6. Three murders have been committed since ten o’clock last night Bernard F. Kane, aged nineteen years, was shot by Ed. Simons in the southern part of the city. A member of the 24th colored regiment killed another in the cars at Havre de Grace. Burglars were secret ed in White’s dental depot, Arch street, this forenoon at six o’clock. When the store was opened by a boy the burglars seized him and strangled him to death and escaped with a portion of their plunder which they had ready tbr removal The Episcopal Convention. Philadelphia, Oct. 7. In the Episcopal Convention to-day, testi monials relative to the election of the Bishop of Tennessee were received and referred. H. Cope was re-elected Treasurer. A message was received from the House of Bishops relative to the conduct of Archbishop Grey, of Cape Town, in South Africa, on the defection of the so-called heresy of Bishop Colenso. of Natal, and congratulating Arch bishop Grey on his action in said affair. > Gen. Lee Inaugurated as President of Wash ington College, Fa. Richmond, Va., Oct. 7. The Lexington (Va.) Gazette gives a brief account of the inauguration of the late rebel Gen. Robert E. Lee as President of the Wash ington College, on the 2d inst., which consist ed simply of the administration of the oath of office. The Gazette says at Hr. Lee’s request, the ceremonies of the occasion were made private, brief and unostentatious as possible. From California. San Fuancisco, Oct. 6. Arrived, steamers California and Orizaba, from Oregon, with nearly $800,000 in treasure. The Oregon State Fair commenced at Sa lem on the 3d inst. The exhibition of goods and stock was larger than ever before. Governor Gibbs, of Oregon, has issued a proclamation, calling for a special session of the Legislature for the 5th of December. The object of the session is not stated. The Richmond Commercial Bulletin. New York, Oct. 7. The Times’ Richmond correspondent says the Commercial Bulletin has been allowed to resume publication on agreeing not to criticise, write or publish anything concerning the id ministration of the government of the United States. Contraction of the Currency. New York, Oct. 7. The Post’s Washington dispatch says Secre tary McCulloch will urge upon Congress a con traction of the currency. The President fa vors such a policy. The Philadelphia Murder and Robbery. Philadelphia, Oct. 7. The victim in the Arch street murder was a colored man aged 40 years, instead of a boy. The burglars took Irom him the keys of the safe and plundered it of $2,500 in notes. In, or Out t One class of statesmen take the ground that by secession the rebel States placed them selves outside of the Union. Another class, in view of the confessed objections to this doc trine, assume—and President Johnson is un derstood to be one of them—that to all iDtents and purposes those States are in the Union; that they have hot been out; that they had no power to get out, and that they are as much in and a part of the Union as Massa chusetts or New York. Is this so? It seems to us that neither view—pressed to its absolute sense—is correct. Neither the President nor any other man who believes the rebel States not out of the Union, treats them or can treat them precisely as those States are treated why3e loyalty has never been questioned. What right has the Execu tive to interfere with the internal poliey of a State whose relations to the Union are per fect? At the Mass. State Convention, Hon. Whit ing Griswold of Greenfield, made a brief speech from which we clip the following par agraph, which is to the point: “The rebel States are out of the Union. Pri or to the rebellion they had a legal civil con nection with the Union. By secession they destroyed their connection with the nation, and although state lines are intact, they have destroyed their national and state existence. It is agreed by the President and the supreme court that (hey are not In the Union as Mas sachusetts is in the Union. The President has appointed governors for those States, he has forbidden the taking of the oath of am nesty by all worth more than $20 oi D, and is making other restrictions in regard to them. He does not thus appoint and stipulate with Massachusetts. They are so far out of the Union that we have a right to be heard in re gard to the conditions on which they shall come back into the Union. If the President goes on with the good work and is faithftil to liberty we have nothing to say, but if not, then Congress will have a voice which must be obeyed,’' BY TELEGRAPH, TO THE DAILY PRESS. From Washington. . _ .. Washington. Oct. 7. The President has recognized the following named consuls for Hayti: J. Walker at New York, B. C. Clark at Boston, and Albert Em erson at Bangor. Among the prominent pardon-seeks now here is W. Prescott, Assistant Secretary under Mr. Buchanan’s administration. Secretary Harlan has returned to Washing ton from Iowa. Preparations are being made to restore to the original owners a large amount of proper ty, situated in Alexandria, Va., and adjoining counties, the libel for confiscation by order having been withdrawn. _ The. Kentucky delegation, headed by Hon. Garrett Davis, obtained an interview with the President this morning, and urged the removal or Gen. Palmer with much earnestness. The 1 resident, it is said, has referred the whole matter to Gen. Thomas for investigation and declines to Interfere until Gen. Thomas makes a report upon the subject • amnestJr pardons were granted to-day, ail ot them coming from Alabama. Washington, Oct 8. I he 1st District of Columbia colored regi ment returned to Washington this afternoon “9™ South. Their colored fellow-citizens will give them a formal reception and dinner to-morrow at the Campbell Hospital. Col. Wirz is suff ering from inflammation of his right arm, which was wounded by a shell. He seems to have recovered from the depress ing effects of his nervous attack, and has, therefore, exhibited marked calmness during the trial of late. A colored man named Hunter was shot and severely wounded in the head this afternoon by a young man named Bichardson of this city. JFrotn New Orleans, * New Orleans, Oct. 7. The steamer Montana has arrived, and Al fred Jones, the Erie railroad defaulter, was ar rested here to-day. The planters’ Convention met yesterday and discussed the subject of broken levees. The Convention petitioned Gov. Wells and Gen. Canby to assist them with aid from the States and General Government, so that they could make necessary repairs. Both gentlemen promised to give their attention to Hie matter. Gov. Wells has written a letter accepting the gubernatorial nomination. The steamers Tonawanda, Guiding Star and George Washington, from New York, have ar rived. The leading journals here denounce the statement made against Gen. Canby by the Louisiana delegation now in Washington. It says that Gen. Canby, instead of trampling upon civil rights here, has been instrumental in restoring them. The Convention of the Conservatives Un ion party met to-day, and after appointing Judge Thomas, of this city, President pro-tem, and electing a committee on credentials, ad journed until Monday. Ten parishes are rep resented. It is understood in political circles that J. M. Adison Wells will also be a nominee for Governor. Arrival of Steamers From Texas. New York, Oct. 7. The bark Trovatore yesterday brought to this port the officers and crew of the British schooner Joseph A., which vessel was met with in a sinking condition. The steamers Andalusia, from Charleston the 5th inst, Varina, from Savannah the 4th inst, and Evening Star, from New Orleans the 30th ult., have arrived. The San Antonio Herald learns from Gen. Merritt that it is the intention of the Govern ment to give the cities on the Indian borders protection. Gen. Merritt will send in strong detachments to scour the country. Gen. Cus ter, with a division of cavalry, would soon be ordered to Austin, from which base of opera tions detachments would be sent out into the country lying immediately northwest of the State captital. The State Government is progressing as rap idly as possible. One hundred and five coun ties have been completed in their organiza tions, and thirty yet remain. The universal good conduct of the soldiers is the theme of universal remark. The Houston Telegraph says while>bllisions take place between the civil and military au thorities in other States, none occur in Texas. The 12th regiment Illinois Cavalry arrived at Houston, Texas, on the l-7th ult The Trial of Wor*. Washington, Oct. 7. The Werz Military Commission re-assem bled to-day. Capt Delph testified that some of the boxes with the sanitary goods for the soldiers were broken open on the way to their destination; that vaccine matter was very scarce at the South; that his command stationed at Vicks burg were vaccinated for the small pox, but those who had that disease recovered sooner than those who were vaccinated. Mr. Baker then asked for an adjournment of the Court until Thursday morning, which, alter a lengthy discussion, was prevented bv the Court Dr. Joseph Jones, professor of chemistry in the Medical College of Georgia, was placed on the stand and produced a report which he made under permission of rebel authority, con cerning diseases at AndersonvUle. His object was to illustrate the facts relative to the mala rial fever in camp, and other diseases. Capt. Gilmore, on duty at Norfolk, testified as to the seizure of watches, silver spoons, forks, watch chains, etc., by a man named Gramson, on the eastern shore of Virginia._ The Court then adjourned till Thursday morn ing. Base Ball Match. Washington. Oct. 8. A majority of the Excelsior Base Ball Club arrived to-day, and have been in the hands ot the Nationals. The base ball match between the Excelsiors and Nationals, to-morrow, will draw a large crowd of spectators. A delega tion of the Athletics is expected here to-mor row. Their gentlemanly action with regard to the proposed game with the Athletics, has won for them hosts of friends, while it has cost the Atlantics the loss of many admirers. The refttsal of the Atlantics to meet the Ath letics in Washington, will probably result in there being no games this season between the Champions and the Atlantics as there cer tainly will not be with the nationals. On Tuesday the Enterprise Club of Balti more enter the lists with the Nationals. The President, it is expected, will visit the grounds to-morrow for a brief time. * In Alexandria last night, Col. Free of the 19oth Ohio regiment, was attacked by a rebel soldier. The latter was most severely pun ished. Washington Correspondence. New Yobk, Oct. 8. The Herald’s special Washington dispatch says that, with the exception of Col. Fiske’s chief signal officer, all the officers of the signal corps on duty east of the Mississippi have been mustered out of service. The receipts of the Internal Revenue on Saturday was $1,300,000. Gen. Grant has gone on a visit to Philadel phia, and will return to Washington on Wed nesday. The Herald’s Fortress Monroe correspond ence says that Dr. Mudd, in bis recent attempt to escape, laid wholly concealed, except his face, under the coal on the steamer Thomas Scott. The search was about to be abandoned, when the officer thrust his sword in his face and caused him to cry out with pain. The quartermaster of the ship was arrested on sus picion of complicity. Washington Correspondence. New Yong, Oct 7. The Post’s Washington special says Garretk Davis and the Kentucky delegation called on the President to-day petitioning for the re moval of Gen. Palmer. The sullject had been referred to Major-General Thomas. The reb el Gen. Peck was also present appl ving for his own pardon. The Americna Consul, at Barcelona, Spain, states that the cholera is increasing, ahd a roy al decree bad been issued suspending busi ness. From California. San Fbancisco, Oct 7. Nearly all Eastern goods are still advancing. Large transactions are taking place. Money is plenty and seeking investment in merchan dize. Loans are as low as 10 per cent per annum. The Supreme Court of Oregon has sustain ed the Sunday law. It has also decided that all State taxes must be paid in gold. From Mobile, Mobile, Oct. 7. Cotton sales to-day 1,500 bales at 42 a 43c; sales of week 125,000 bales; receipts 12,040; exports of the week 9,106 bales; stock on hand 63,000 hales. The total amount of cotton destroyed by the late fire was 8,390 bales. Tennessee Methodist Conference. Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 7. The Tennessee Methodist Conference are •till In session at Edgefield. Many eminent divines are in attendance at the Conference. Quick Trip from California. SALT Lake, Oct. 8. Louis McLane, Superintendent or Wells at Fargo’s Express, arrived here to-day from San Francisco, having made the trip in three days, seventeen hour and thirty minutes. He came by stage 700 miles, including 100 miles over the Sierra Nevada in seventy-eight hours. This is the quickest trip ever made. JTiro. Philadelphia, Oct. 8. A fire this afternoon destroyed the United States bonded warehouse on Dickenson Street Wharf containing 2,000 barrels of coal belong ing to different parties. Loss $06,000. From Fortress Monroe. Fortress Monboe, Oct 7. The light-house at New Point, in Chesa peake Bay, will be lit to-night for the first time since it was extinguished by the rebels in 1361. It will show a white light in fiiture. Neut York Markets. New York. Oct. 7. Cotton—less active and firm: roles 6600 bales Mid dling Uplands at 61 @ 52c. Flour—receipts 15,905 bbls; sales 0800 bbls. State and Western opened 6 @ 10c better and less active, bat closed dull with the advance lost. Superfine State S 15 @ 8 60. Extra do S TO @ 8 85. Choice do 8 90 @ 9 10. Round Hoop Ohio 915 @ 9 50. Choice do 9 60@1275. Superfine Western830 @8 65. Com mon to good extra do 8 80 @ 9 26. Southern opened firmer but closed dull; sales 600 bbls mixed to good at 9 75 @ 11 00. Fancy and extra 1110 @15 75. Can ada opened 5 @ loc better but cloeeddull with the advance lost; sales 300 bbls common extra at 8 75 @ 9 30. Extra good to choice 9«@ 12 T». ... Wheat—opened 1 @ 2c better but closed dull with the advance lost; sales 55,000 bushels. Chicago Spring 178@ 1 80. Milwaukee Club 1 79@ 1 80 Amber Milwaukee 180 @ 1 81. Amber Michigan, old. 2 39. White do 2 56. Corn—opened steady and closed heavy; sales84,000 bushels. Mixed Western 94 @ 95c, and 96c lor high mixed nearly yellow In store. l>o do unsound 86 @ 93c. Oats—quiet; sales of unsound at64 @ 58c. Sound 63 @ 65c. Beef—steady; sales 800 bbls. Plain mess 10 00 @ 13 00. Extra mess 12 75 @ 16 00. Pork—opened higher and closed dnlland heavy; sales 4500 bbls mess at 37 60 @ 37 621, closing at 37 00 cash. Prime 30 00 @ 30 50. Prime mess 31 75 @ 32 00. Lard—dull; sales 456 bbls at 25 ® 294c 4> ffi. Butter—firm; sales of Ohio at 28 a 42c. State 12 @ 55c. Whiskey—unchanged; solee 330 bbls Western and State at 2 28 @ 2 29. Bice-dull. Sugars—steady; sales 1100 hhds. Muscovado 13 @ 15c. Havana, 803 boxes, at 14 @ 17c. Mantua, 10,000 bags, at 13c. — Coffee—firm; sales 4500 bags on private terms. Molasses—dull. Naval Stores —firm; Spirits Turpentine 1 05 @ 110. Rosin 7 5 0@ 20 60. Ode—quiet; Linseed 1 56 @ 157. Petroleum dull: crude 39 @ 40c; refined bonded 64 @ 65c; refined tree 82 @ 84c. Lard, Sperm and Wham quiet. Tallow—dull and heavy. Wool—quiet. so > - Freights to Liverpool—firm. Cotton per steamer Id. Grain, com 4}dT Fete Orleans Market. New OnLEANt, Oct. 7. On the 6th the Cotton market wae excited and ad vanced 2c jp ft; sales to-day 4000 bales at 46 @ 47c for Middling. Freights—cotton to New York J @ ljc 4> lb. Checks on Now York It @ 1} per cent, discount On the 6th cotton was firm; sales to-day 48 @ 48c lor Middling; sales of the week 24,000 hales; stock on hand 107,000 bales. t Souroes of National Wealth. “Eight millions six hundred acres of coal fields,” says the New York Tribune, “which make an extensive surrounding near Pitts burg, rate at an average depth of eight feet, and are estimated to contain 58,616,430,000 tons of coal, which, at $2 per ton, Would be worth $107,032,880,000, or four thousand mil lions of national debt paid twenty-seven times, or a thousand years’ gold and silver product of California and Nevada, supposing their yield to be one hundred millions every year. This is plausibly quoted as a fact in itself of great encouragement Add to the sum given, golt’i silver, iron, copper, lead, petroleum, <fec., by the same process of eduction, and it would be vain to calculate the result In the same way our grain resources or manufactures would outvalue, in the long run, the largest product of gold or silver. These are our resources, hut they are still only re sources proportionality as they were a hun dred years ago. What is done (comprehend ing what is invented) is our grand wealth; so that our first disideratum is labor, and not the coal mines. It is this we need to make what we have apparent We may work our mines, and pay our debt in the same way—by a wise economy of finance tending to make bread and butter cheap, and to invito population. It would be the height of absurdity to lay back on our dumb resources. Our business is to work all our mines and pay all our debt as soon as possible. Our great mine is human labor.” Returning Sanity. Gov. Pierpont of Virginia has recently been playing a game by no means pleasant for the contemplation of loyal men. He seems to have been trying to see how near the preci pice of disloyalty he could go without making the fatal plunge. He has catered to unwash ed rebels, and labored to secure pardon of blood-stained traitors. A recent letter from his pen, published in the Ricnmond papers, in dicates a gratifying return of the Govemer to sanity. He says: Congress, acting under the provision of the Constitution of the United States, which is in these words, to wit: “Each House shall be the judge of the election and returns and qualifications of its own members,” has pass ed a joint resolution declaring that afi its members shall take a prescribed oath. That resolution prescribing the oath will have to be repealed before any member who cannot con scientiously subscribe to it can take his seat, tt is not expected that Congress will repeal that resolution in order to give seats to members who cannot take the oath. auvuutciuvi wutiuucs ms ieiier wiui lire following sensible suggestion: But lias it not the appearance of persist ent and continued rebellion for men to run for Congress, who by the law of Congress oaa not take their seats ? If this class of men are sent to Congress, the members of Congress will conclude that the representative is a type of the people, and will be likeiy to reject them. The 12th Maine.—We have received a let ter purporting to come from a member of this regiment, at Dafltn, Ga., complaining bitterly of the treatment the regiment meets with, saying the rations are short and miserably poor, and that the sutler takes advantage of their necessities. He asks us to put his com plaints in proper form and publish, and be sure and send him a copy, but singularly tnough omits to give his name. He writes Hke an honest soldier, and tells a straight-forward story, but as we ate unable to comply with his request in full, we decline to publish. Row.—About 11 o’clock last night there was quite a row on York Street, caused by a drunken fellow attempting to beat bis wife. There was quite a gathering of males and females, but police officers soon put an end to it by taking the fellow to tire lockup. Y. M. C. A.—The regular quarterly meeting of the Young Mens’ Christian Association, oc curs on this Monday evening. BUTTON HOLES! BUTTON HOLES made to order. Button Hole, Weed, Shaw & Clark's Improved, and Howe Sewing Machines. The BEST Machine For Famtut Use is the Florence Sewing Machine! Malm Fear Different Stitches, Aud has the REVERSIBLE FEED. It will par to call and tee these machine, before purchasing else where. BARNUM’S SELF SEWERS. Needle*, Twigt, Cotton, Oil, and all hind* of Machine Trimming*. New Machine* Exchanged foe Old. Ma chine* to Let and Retained. YV. S. DYER, „ Jfe. 137 1-2 Middle Street, oct3eodlm (up one flight of tleurt.) NEW AGENCY -FOR Wheeler & Wilson’s SewingMachine, At Ho. 11 Olapp'i Block, Oongresi St., PORTLAND, MAINE, Where you will find a good assortment ot til the va rious patterns of Case and quality manufactured by the Company. Machines sold at this office wfll be kept in good repair »uo year tree oi charge. Thor ough instruction given at the offioe. Machine fittings, Silk, Thread, Ac., constantly on hand. ry-Particularattention given to repairing Wheel er & Wilson Machines, Call and see the best Family Machine, before pur chasing. W.M. M. TOBEY, July SB—eodawSm Agent lor Maine, Miscellaneous. LARGE STOCK! Fall and Winter Dry Groods C. K. BABB’S, COKGBESS STBEET. T/^TE are now offering the choicest and most exten ▼ f Rive stock we have ever had, consisting ot French Merinos, „ Black Silks, Baris Boplins, Cashmere Shawls, Empress Cloths, All Wool Delaines, Blaid Boplins, Black and Colored Alpaecas, Saxony Plaids, Gray Linseys, Mourning Dress Goods, PoUca Spotted Thibets, Ac. ALSO, Large Stock Ladies Cloths I Heaw Black Clsak Cloths; Plain and Plaid IndiM Cloths tor Traveling Dresses. ALSO, French, Toilet and American Quilts! Russia and American CBASH; Tablo DAMASK; NAPKINS; TOWELS; DIAPER; COLOR ED DAMASK; PIANO COVERS; WHITE LINENS; 10-4 LINEN SHEETINGS; BOSOMS, &c. ALSO, Flannels, Flannels! Fine English Flnnnel*, While Cetlon and Weol Flnnnel*, 5-4 White Flnnnel*, Heavy Whit* Twilled Flannel*, Shaker Flannels, Superior Gray Flannel*, Red Flannel*, Tellaw Flannel*, Bleaehed At Unbleached Cotton Flannel*. ALSO, Bleached and Unbleached Cottons! STRIPED SHIRTINGS, HEAVY TICKINGS, WHITE CAMBRICS, SWISS MUSLINS, CHECK CAMBRICS, WHITE MAB8AILLES, CASHMERE BORDERING, LINEN HDKFS. A* heretofore our customers will t'nd our prices at the lowest market rates, and as a rule less than many other stores. We aim at making it pay our frimdt to extend to us their patronage. O. K. BABB, Between United Stales ii. Preble House. Oct ft—ood tf the AMERICAN BARREL MACHINE CO. ROBERT M. BAILEY, President. DIRECTORS: R. M. BAILEY, of R. M. Bailey & Co., Boston. J. C. BURRAGE, of J. C. Barrage A Co., JOHN STETSON, of Stetson A Minot, “ GEO W. CHIPMAN,of Geo. W. Chipman A Co. “ GEO. C. BOSSON, of R. M. Bailey A Co., •* The attention of Coopers. Stave Dealers, and Ship pers, is called to the machinery in fall operation, ex* hibited by Oie “AMERICAN BARREL MACHINE COMPANY,- at the Fair of the Msm. Charitable Mechanic Association, At Faxxuil Hall, Boston, at Section No. Seven. By this machinery Staves are made by one opera tion, through the Compressing. Shaper, and only one other operation with the Combination Jointer and Finisher, ready to receive their hoops and heads. The patents and patented combinations which pro duce the e results are the guaranteed and exclusive property el the “American Barrel Machine Com pany,” and it is not possible by invention to accom plish them without infringing upon its Letters Pa tent. State Rights are offered for sale on favorable terms by the Company. For further information, address JOHN H. PIERCE, Treasurer, _ Ml Devonshire Street, Boston, or THOS. RICHARDSON, General Agent, 68 Broadway, New York: P. O. Pox 5232. Sept 28—eoddw BUTTER! BUTTER!! ANOTHER CHOICE LOT OF * BTJTTE R! SEVENTY-FIVE TUBS. Just Received and for Sale by C. W. SMITH, Ifea 6 A 8 Silver Street* octfidlw * Molasses, Cheese, Tea, &c. 25 HHDS. CHOICE MOLASSES, lOO BOXES CHEESE, 80 BOXES OOLONG TEA, lOOO BBLS. ONIONS, For *aie by „ , , F. O. THOMES, Oct 5—d2w No. 2 Central Wharf. POLLOCK AND COD! 1600 QUINTALS POLLOCK, , „ 500 QUINTALS COD, Landing from Schooners •‘Aurora,” and “Um pire,” from Nova Scotia. PC, 4-^ « CO• GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY! EASTERN DISTRICT. Alteration of Trains! S Notice Is hereby given that the Train Baving Portland at 7.00 A. M., wiU be between South Pads and Island Pond y next, the 7th instant. C. JT. BRIDGES, Managing Director. Montreal, October 2,1865. oc5d4t Southern Pine Lumber. rpHS undersigned is now prepared to ftirniah South X era Pine Lumber tor Ship-building, Factories, Flooring Boards, and West India Scantling, sawed to order, with dispatch. Orders solicited. 33« DREW# (39 City Exchange.) Ne« lO Devonshire St., Sept 9, I960. sepl2dlm BOSTON. Ifew Goods, Kew Goods l Just received at DRESSER’S OLD STAND, 99 Exchange Street. tr All kinds of PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS go ing cheap. Give him a call. sep30d2w* Removal. have this day removed to STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY D. T. CHASE. ESQ., Head of Long Wharf. BRADLEY, COOLIDGE Sc ROGERS. Portland, Oct. 2, 1865. d2m KING & DEXTER, Successors to Chase, Littlefield Sc Co., laagartera ef aad Dealers la all hinda at Hardware & Window Glass, 175 Middle and 118 federal St» October 2—d3m Removal. ^yrE have taken the STORE RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY BRADLEY, COOLIDGE it ROG ERS, ** Commercial Street, (Thomat Biotit,) Where we should be pleased to see our friend ,. JEFFERSON COOLIDGE fie CO. Portland, Oct. 2,1865, dtf. Entertainments* OXT"5T hall 1 Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings, October 10 and 11. Blatinee Wednesday Afternoon. Children, to afternoon Concert 10 eta. Eleventh Annual Tear *f the Original FATHER KEMP’S Celebrated and Far Famed <>r.i> folks CONCEBT COMPANY I Instrumental Performer, and Veen list*. Reorganized and improved for 1805-0—consisting of 22 Ladles and Gentlemen, together with their mag nificent Orchestra and Splendid Brass Band; all of whom will appear in costumes of one hundred years mo. Assisted by EMMA L. NICHOLS, the Jenny Lind of America. Pronounced by the people and the press as the most charming Ballad Singer living. In all Cities throughout the Unfed States these en tertalnments have &en attended by the largest and most enthusiastic audiences that ever v elcomed Musical Artists; being patronized by the Clergy, Ed itors, Merchants and Mechanics, Poets and Priests, Teachers and Scholars, all classes, both Old Men and YoungMen, Middle Aged,Children and Youth. On this occasion Mother Kemp will appear in the Mine costume ae worn at our popular levees while In Europe, and Grandsive Waterbury, the original, ec centric and ingenious Old Gentleman, who, althiugh going on to Muety-ave, (95) “still lives,” and will play on the “Big Fiddle.” Tickets 30 cts; Children 15 cts:—for sale at the usu al places and at tne door. D.jors open at 7 o’clock—to commence at 8 o'clock precisely. FATHER KEMP Manamr R. N. TEMPLE, Businas* Agent. *C*r. Oct 5-dBt Dissolution ! TIE copartnership heretofore existing under the firm name of WILLIAM D. TRUE & CO., I* this day dissolved by mutual consent. The busi ness of the firm may be settled by either member. WILLIAM D. TRUE, J. S. TRUE. Portland, Oct. 3, 1$«. ocfidlw* Just Received ! ▲ LARGE LOT 07 Rose and Gilt Ovals ! From the best monulacturers In this Country. Call and Examine. CLEAVELAND fit CO. Oct 6—dlw Cumberland National Rank. r | iHE Stockholders of “The Cumberland National i. Bank of Portland” are hereby notified that there will he a meeting of the Stockholders at their Bank ing Boom, on MONDAY, the 9th day of October next, at S o’clock P. M., to see If they will vote to In crease the Capital Stock of the Bank On* Hundred Thousand Dollar?. Per Vote of the Dlrec ors. SAM’L SMALL, Cashier. Portland, Sept. 29,1865. sepaodtd Figured Thibetst films day opening, an invoice of Figured Thibet*, 1 PLAID POPLINS, and GALA PLAIDS, at ELDEY Si WHITMAN’S Sept 30—dtf8 Free 8L Block. Board. OLEASAKT suits ol Rooms, turnlslied or unlur I nished, with board, in the first class house 77 Free St. Charges moderate. Respectable transient boarders accommodated. Oct 4—dlw* Plain and Figured Poplins. ALL SHADES and variety of styles, selling CHEAP at ELDEN fit WHITMAN’S, Sept 25—d' f No. 5 Free St. MUSICAL i jyjHj^NEWTON FIT* la ready to receive pn English and Italian Singing t And also on the PIANO FORTE. Mr. F. can count among his past pupils many who now occupy promi nent positions as musicians and vocalists, both in t.M» country and abroad, and confidently points to his past success as a guarantee for his capacity as a teacher. Orders may be left at PAINE'S Music Store, Middle St., Portland. oct3dlm MISS DENNISON \jrrtlSL open her classes f>r Children In PANC V V ING, at the Hall in CODMAN BLOCK, Tem ple Street, on Saturday Afternoon, 14th Instant, at? o'clock. To the children whose parents desire it, Gymnastic Exercises for the arms and chest will be given in con nection with dancing. octTdlw JUST OPENED! A NEW LOT of DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS. nml all kind.of FLANNELS, and DOMES TIC GOODS, which will be .old cheap at VICKERY St BOWEN’S, No. 2 Free St. Block. Oct. T-d2w Wanted Immediately, Coat, Vest and Pant Makers, To whom the highest prices will be paid. I*. B. FH08T, „ . , Exchange St., Portland, Me. Oct T—dlw F O II SALE! A FARM IN CUMBERLAND! A FARM containing about Seventy-Five Aches i\ GOOD Land, situated ON THE BLANCHARD ROAD, Oae Mile (trees Cumberland Center, Ten Aches of which are covered wits WOOD. The Buildings are s Two-story Dwelling House, with good Carriage House, Bara and Wood House, All la Good Repair. For farther information inquire of Mr. F, A. PBKLEY, On the Premises? er te the Sahseriher at Portland. JONAS H. PEllIEY. ocCTdtf FOREST CITY Steam, Planing Mills I T7TTE have in succe&alul operation one of WOOD YY BUSY’S CELEBRATED Planing, Tongueing and Grooving Machines. It will Plane on two sides, Tongue and Groove at the same time, or It will do either separately. Our facilities for doing all kinds oi Sawing, Turn ing, Planing and Moulding* are complete. Winslow, Doten & Co., Foot of Cross, between Fore and Commercial Sts.. Portland, Me. October 4—eodlm A. M. McKENNEY’S Frame Manufactory! 284 CONGRESS ST., Cor. of CeMre. ALL kind* of Mirror and Portrait Frame*, made in the best manner. Gilding done tn a superior style, under the charge of Mr. JAMES TODD, who has had torty years experience. Square Frame* of all kinds made to order, in a neat manner,by the best ol workmen. A large assortment constantly on hand for wholesale ana retail trade. oc3eod*eow3m Ambrotypes on Glass l rjIHK best In the City. Also, HELAINOTTPES A. M. McKENNET’S Oct 3—eod£eow3m 284 Congress St. Shawls ! mHIf day received LONG AND SQUARE A SHAWLS, In new and desirable patterns. . ' ELDEN ft WHITMAN. Sept 30—dtt 6 Free St. Block. Just Received ’ \ ND now opening a full line of Gents and Ladle* JA UNDERWEAR, at very LOW prices. ELDBS ft WHITMAN, Sept 30-dtf8 Free St. Block. Cloakings ! EL.DEN ft WHITMAN are this day opening an aesortment of Plain, Plaid and Fane • Cloak ing*, in desirable styles for Fall and Winter wear. Sept 3 —tf 5 Free Street Block. For Sale. fTtHE Furniture and Fixtures of the popular SA A LOON 117 Fore St. For particulars enquire on the premises. Reason for selling, tho pro est pro prietor is about engaging in the Fancy Goode Trade. Rent low. oct3d3w* Iona and Delaware GRAPE VINES! GRAPE VINES!! A Few choice Vine* of the above kind* mar bo had of O. R. DAVIS, oct2d3w • Agent for Dr. Grant. Evening Dress Goods. A FULL Hue of White Mull Swiss, Embroidered ^NEW&Sft b*sSf> Mirror Plates ! A LARGE ASSORTMENT constantly on band, for sale by _ A. M. McKENNET, Oct 3—eodaeowSm 284 Congress St. Copying Pictures AF any kind done at A. M. .^ENNETrejSM U Congress St., by a new method, to a superior I manner; call and try it, oct3ood*eow3» —iMfc—,. .r '*•s. - > _r > ^ Miscellaneous. THE FALL CAMPAIGN! Down With the Prices VOK TUB NEXT TEN DA YS ! AT FITZGERALD A HOOSDON'S, Nos. 14S and 130 Middle St., HAVING a large stock of goods on band prior to tbs present advanced rates, we are determined to give our numerous customers the advantage of our early purchases, by clearing out our IMMENSE STOCK! CONSISTING IN PAST OP HOOP SKIRTS, CORSETS, KNIT, WOOLEN, AND FANCY GOODS! IT Hosiery, Gloves, AND EMBROIDERIES, &c ■ isu er"! r. •.•rijnt: All of which w» will sell at a Very SHffht Advance on Cost ! i 3 I-: - I HOOP SKIRTS ! WO Hseps, 3 is. Taya. O Tapes, Heavy Wire, aar owa wake, Only #1,50. Decidedly the cheapest Skirt ever aold In Portland. Ladles do not/ail to come and see them. Hosiery and Gloves, at Cost l Buttons, Buttons! A SylendM Assert weal—lO ta SOe a Dm. CORSETS! Genuine French Corsets for $ 1.80 Per Pair. American Corsets 87c Per Pair. A tolerable fldr Skirt, same ms sold everywhere lor 11.75 and 1.87,30 Hoops, 8 Tapes, we offer, to close the lot, lor 41.85 each. Be not deceived by advertisement • announcing “Low Price*!” We are determined to sustain our reputation for selling goods at less priises than any house in the State. We are situated at present with a stock ot goods purchased long before prices liad reached their high elevation, consequently no merchant b aying goods from day to day can afford to compete. FITZGERALD A HODSDON, 148 and ISO Middle Street, - PORTLAND, ME. P. S.—That 30-haop Skirt la a Beaaty ; da Bet Rail ta eaaaa aud Ret aae before I key are all Raae. . sepUSd mis Proposals for Forage and Straw! Assistant Quartermaster's Office, U. S. A., PORTLAND, MAINE, October Sd, IMS PROPOSALS are invited by the undersigned, tor the delivery of good, merchantable Ttraothv hay and straw on board of vessels, at such wharfin Port land Harbor as may be designated. jfsrtddiretr* P!‘'n,y'th° The Hay and Straw will be Inspected by a Govern ment Inspector, and weighed before being shipped. Proposals will also be received to deliver hay and straw at Washington, D. C., Richmond, Va., and Hilton Hoad, S. C., subject to the above require ments. Bids will be accepted from time to time, to meet the requirements or the Government. Payment, to be made on delivery, or as soon there after ae funds for that purpose shall be received. Bids shall be subject to the decision of the Quarter master General. HENRY INMAN. Oct 4—dtf. * Capt. and A. Q. M., U. 8. A. guenon sate or government Horses. Assistant Quartermaster’s Optics, ( Portland, Me., Oct. 4, 1865. ) Ft pursuance to instructions from the War Depart ment, the undersigned will offi r for sale at Public Auction, Twelve Cavalry Horans, the property of the United States. Sale to commence at 10 A. M. Saturday, October ltth, 1865. at the Government Stable, “Cumberland House." Green street, Portland, Maine. Terms Cash—Government Funds. HENRY INMAN, Oct 5—dtd. Capt. and A. Q. M„ U. S. A. Proposals for Fuel. Assistant Quabterm aster’s Oppicx, 1 Portland, Me., Oct. 4, 1886. ( PROPOSALS are Invited by the undersigned, until October 81st, 1865, for the delivery oi Good Mer chantable Hard Wood and Anthracite Coal, (Grate, Stove and Furnace,) in snch quantities as may be re quired daring the season, for the troops stationed at the loDowhig posts: Portland, Including the Forts In the Harbor, Port Popham. Fort Knox. Fort Sullivan. Batteries at Rockland, Belfost, Castlne, Machlaa port and Treats Island. At Portland, Including the Forts in the Harbor, Wood and Coal win be required. At the other poets, wood aaly. Wood to be 188 cubic foot to the oord and ooal AMO the for a ton. Bids tor each post must he made separately. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any bid, not considered for the Interest of the Goven ment. HENRY INMAN, Oct 5—dtd Capt. and A. Q. M., U. 9. A. Proposals for Stationery Assistant Quartermaster's Opftob, U. 9. A. Portland, Maine, October 5.1865. Proposals wtll be received by the undersigned, un til October 15th, 1865, lor the supply of the following srtieles ot Stationery, in such quantities as maybe required for the u-e of the Quaitermastor’s Depart ment: I etter Paper, per ream Lead Pencils, each. Foolscap Paper, “ Ink (black), per Bottle. Note Paper, “ Ink (red), per Bottle. Folio Post Paper, pr ream .Envelopes, 8J, 9,18, pr M. Envelope Paper, “ Blank Book, per Quire. Blot ting Paper, “ Steel Pens, per gross. PrtnUng Paper, “ Rules, uuills. per 100 Inkstands, wafers, per lb. Erasers. cS^^e“pe%'e^e. “ P°Wd"’ ** P*per' Bids must be in writing and conform to the above schedule, together with a sample of each artiole. The undersigned reserves th • right to relict any bid not considered lor the Interest of the Government. HENRY INMAN, octSdtd— Capt. & A. Q. M. U. 9. A. Star copy. _ To Sportsmen. D°^olvae^ JSSgJ'LfliSN” AiSr CARTUlDGES^Sl >l»» FLASKS, POUCHES. ^SOSSMSSSS^k 5“ag*utr' 43 EXCHANGE ST. 43. Ang80—dflwis G. L BAILEY. 1 contracts and Legal Instruments. •raARTTCULAR attention gifen to writing Con Etracts, Wills, Deeds, and all kinds of LEGAL INSTRUMENTS, and examining titles or Real Ft tatos by II. I*. DEANE, Counsellor and Attorney, No. 117 Middle St. Sept. 76—dim_ Plain Wool DeLalnes. A LARGE assortment oi choice shades, among foVwhlch may be found theNEW SHADES oi Violet, ClMet. This day received and selling at LOW PRICES, at Auction Sales. FARM AT AUCTION. WTE shall sell at FnbHe A ttetion on TUESDAY* VV October 10th, 1805* at 9 o’clock A. M. on lie premise®, the well known and valuable ' llewetlead Farm N[thelate Wtnthrop Cobb, of New Uloueeet r, eon :ahjhi8 00 a* res of excellent land, with good out KS«fE thereon, alcoated within 30 ro* s of Cobb’a 2?ng?*Statl m» on the a T. R Ulr*J. Said Farm la well situated tor the MUk Buaineae. A Ster® etaaAs oa the Farm, And command® a good country trade. Also 14 Aerea of Woodland, TWflftb. of a mile N. w. from Homestead. Twe llaaaea, V, ith lota of 1 2 acre of land each, near the Depot. 10 Acres af later ral Uad the Homestead. ■ about*!?*' ? "d *««»«! Lw.d. « A ct." "* “d,)1 fro“ Homestead. < ■«*»»•! ... Mowing L««a. Adjoining th. „,m»d 10 acre lot. i OVST"?*“d •“* r. ien., 1 mile N. E. from Rma«ttead 0 Acres at Lm.g, 11-4 mile. Eaet from Home***). &T Term, made known at sale. B aOOKS & CHAMBEIlLix Auctioneers Oct J-dlw* E. M. PATTEN, AUCTIONEER, 12 Exchange St. Wooden Building at Auction. AN Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 12 M., corner oi Maple Y7 and Commercial Sts., trill be sold a one end a half storied Wooden Building, nearly new, and in complete repair. Sixeabout 22X33. Key at Llttledeid A Wilson's. oc7td CDWABD M. PATTEN, isclisswr, 12 Eicksuge Street. Broad Clotlis, Cnssimcrcs, Doe skins, Tailors’ Trimmings, Ac., at Auetkm. an Thursday. Oct. 12th, at 10 A. M.. at Store No. Middle St- recently occupied by Messrs. E. C. STEVENS a SON, will bo sold tbs stock in -tore, consisting ot Fine German, English and American Broad Cloths, Doeskins and Caeehneres, Vestings, Linings, Trimmings, Ac. At 11 o'clock, Cutting Board, Desk, Shelving, Mir ror, Cl ck, Ac. ocTdtd Valuable Real Estate at Auction. WILL be sold at auction on Friday. Oct, 13, atg o’clock P. M., on the premises, the well-known large and valuable estate dtuated on the easterly corner of Cumberland and Pearl Streets, a (few min utes walk from the Poet Ofltee and business center of the city, yet quiet, retired and In a good neighbor hood; has on ft a thoroughly built, h gh studded ttere&etory dwelling bouse, with large ki'chen,wood shed and stable, and an abundance well and ''•stern water. It Is a large corner let, oeotainlng about £Uvm Thousand foot, wlU a capacity for seven good house-lots, surrounded by the moat magnificent Elm Trees In the city. The above property presents a good opportunity to lillMmrn men to purchase a handy an ' renter 1 reel donee, or an investment lot improvement. Tide per occr-did Valuable i«o4 on Vaughan street. ATPnbllc Auction on Friday, October 13thinet., at 3o'clock T. M., SEVElCAL LOTS OF LAND an Um East side at Vaughan At., opposite the man sion let of the Hon. J. X Brown, Tyre of the lots measure on Vsngban Street IW test by 3*8 feet, ex tending to a reserved Street; the other, separated by a reserved street, Is 17 lest on Vaaghaa eircet by 238 tect deep. The tract will he add on the premises, in lota to suit purchasers. Terms satisfactory -made known at Mate at sale. HENBY BAILEY 400., Auctioneers. October 7,1888,-dtd U. S. Marshal’s Sale. Usited State* OF .VkeMca, J Pi/rSUAN$" t?an#fnterloCutory Order of Sale, to me directed, irom the Hun. Ashur Ware, Judge of the United Stale. District Court within and for the District of Maine, 1 shall expose and ofter for sale at pabtk: auction, to the highest bidder therefor, the fol lowing property end merchandise at the time and place within said District, as follows, vis: At Pobtulmd PunJbi Portland, on FRIDAY, the Thirteenth dag qf October current, at 3 o’clock in ike afternoon:— The Steamier MARCEVA JOHNSON, her Eaglac, Machiaery, Boats, Ineklo, ap parel aad Farailarr* Terms of Solo—CASH. Doted at Portland this seventh day of October, A. D. ISM. CHARLES CLARK. U. 3. Maishal Diet, of Maine. Oct 7—dtd Large sale of goteenmiT^T cabs, en gines, AND RAILROAD IRON. Usited States Miutakv Rauboacs, Office of Assistant Quaktekxi aster, Waehington. D. C., AigustV. '(M. wm bo sold at CITY POINT, VA., on WEDNES DAY, October 11, at 11 o’clock A. II.: About tour thousand (4,ooot tons Railroad Iron. At PORTSMOUTH, VA., on FRiDVY, October 13, at 12 M t Ftv e (ft) first class Locomotive Engines. About (BO) Freight Cars and one (I) Pmsengor Car. At NORFOLK, VAj Octobor 13, at * P. fi.; One new Locomotive Engine, 6 foot gauge. At ALEXANDRIA, VA.,on TUESDAY, October ITth: Fifty (80) flnt-clxss Locomotive Engines, 4 -eel *4 Inch gauge. Eighteen (18) new Platform Cars, five loot gauge. Twenty-five (251 now Box Can. five i5),oot gouge. About three hundred and fifty (350) Bex Cars, 4 loot 8]In. gauge. About two hundred and thirty (230) Platform do., 4 feet 84 In. gauge. About thirty (30) Stock do., 4 foot 84 in. gauge. Twenty 120) Passenger do., 4 leet 8} In. gauge. One (11 Wrecking ilo., 4 feet 81 iu. gauge. Two (2) new Trucks. Sixty do. do., framed. Fourteen (14) Flat* “ About two thousand (2,000) tons Railroad Iron. Sales to commence at ALEXANDRIA, at 10 A. M..^ and to continue from day to day until all ar* Terms: Cash. In Government thuds. ». t. ROBINSON, Brer. Ool. and A. Q. M.. . U. S. Military lS.IIrJ.dt, August 15—dto oet 10 REMOVAL! DR. W. N. DEMING, JMedical Electrician Has removed Us office from Clapp’s Block to 174 MIDDLE STREET, Neeurly Oppsclie the failed Steles If ate L WHERE be would respectfullv announce to the citizens of Portland and vicinity, that he has permanently located in tUa city. During the two years we bare been hi this city, we bare cured some Dt the worst forms of disease In persons who have hied other firms oi treatment hi vain, and curing patients In so short a time .'hat the question is often •eked, do they stay cured? To answer this question we will say that all that do not stay cured, we will doctor the second time. ■Dr. D. has been a practical Electrician fbr twenty one years, and is also a regular graduated phyweian. Electricity la perfectly adapted to chronic diseases in the form of nervous or tick headache; neuralgia in the head, neck, or extremttiee; ooneumption when In the acute stages or where the lungs are not filly involved; acute or chronic rheumatism, scrofula, hip diseases, white swellings, spins! diseases, curvature of the spine, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palsy or paralysis, SU Vitas’ IMaoe. deafness, stam mering or hesitancy ol speeok, dyspepsis, Indiges tion, constipation and liver complaint, piles—we cure every ease that can be presented; esthma, bronchi tis, strictures ol' the cheet, and all Arms of iemale complaints. . j By Electricity The Rheumatic, the gouty, the lame and the loan with joy, and move with the agility and electric lty of youth; the heated graid is coded; the frost bitten limbs restored, the uncouth deformities re moved: fnlntnin converted to vigor, weakness to strength: the blind made to see, the deal to hear and the Aisled foiin to move upright; the blemishes ol youth are obliterated; the Acciuxxrs of mature Ulc presented; the calamities of old age obviated and an active circulation maintained. LIDI18 Who have cold hanua and fret: weak stomachs, lame and weak hacks: nervous and sick headache; dlzii neSS and swimming In the head, with Indigestion and constipation of the bowels: pain In tbs side and back; leucorrhcoa, (or whites); afitag of the womb with in ternal cancers; tumors, polypus, and all that long train of diseases will flnS In tWwty a sure menus of sure. For tialnfii menstruation, too profuse menriruatlonf and all ofthom to* Un. of tmubfr, with young ladles, Bttwlty . Vc*'^" rp?* S'; and will, in a short time, lessors tbe sufferer to the vigor of health. , teeth: teeth: teeth: Dr D sun continues to Extract reeth by Klxc t“;t, wTihoit ran*. Persons having do.aysd 7*58“ J Jumps they wish to have removed Ar rcset mi he wouS^ve spoilt* invltatton to can. 1 suMrlor Elkctro lliosmc Bashiim lor sale «r use, with thorough lnstr i.tiona. I>r II. ran accommodate a ww patients with board -nd treatment at hie bouse. oflioe hours from 8 o’clock A. M. to 12 M.; from to 8PM., and 7 to 9 ha the evening. Consultation free. novltt Porto Pico Sugar l IIHDS. HTPERIOIl QUALITY ZU PORTO RICO SUOAR, For sole by Harris Brothers. 94 Oemmercial St. Oot 5—isddw A RAPE CHAFCE! THE undersigned contemplating making a change fai their butin t, weald dispose ofthelr Retail Trade, together with Horses, Bread Carts and Bak ing Implements, on reasonable terms li epplled tor PEARSON St SMITH. Oct. 8, 1865.—dtf ___ For New Orleans ! „ , The new: ffrst-clam, coppered Ship vsCAA ..l.|?iszTit.LA." Yobs, Master, 1000 HTHy JL will be in berth this wees ready to Jt35H3*roceive Cargo. ,3K Wfc For freight or passage, (having good -”"ffijgAV18*C0., U7 Commercial St. Oct. 3d, 1165. octSlsadlw French Prints. 7-8 Sept 26—dt! Mo. * Free St,