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iMauishci June 23,1862. voi. PORTLAND, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1866.
___ IernM $8 per annum, in advance. tvorv,i„^?TL,ANI) DAIfY PJESS is published 1 e&ms : Eight Dollar? a year in advauce. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, Is published at the •aiueplaoa every Thursday morning at $2.00 a year, invariably in advance. Kates op Aj>yertislno.—One inch of space, in lungtli ol column, constitute a “square. ’ $1.50 per square daily first week : 75 cents per Week alter; three insertions, or less, $1.00; continu ing every other day alter first week, 50 cents. Hall Bquare, three insertions or less, 75 cents; one week, $1.00; 50 cents per week alter. Under head of “Aitubementb,” $2.00 per square per week; three insertions or less, $1.50. ‘Special Notices,” $1.25 per square first inser tion, and 25 ct*. per square for each subsequent in sertion; hall a square, $1.00 first insertiou, 15 cte. each su bsequent insertion. Advertisements inserted in the “Maine State 1 Press” (which has a large circulation in every par ol the State) for $1.00 per square for first insertion* and 50 cants per square for each subsequent inser tion. JOB PRINTING, of every description, exe cuted with dispatch; and all business pertaining to the Office or Paper promptly transacted on applica tion as above. Business Cards. A. N. NOYES & SON, No. 30 Exchange Street, PORTLAND - - . MAINE, Manufacturers of and Dealers in FURNACES, RANGES, Cooking, Office and Parlor Stoves, And WORKERS OF HEAVY IRON. PUMPS, LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, and all kind* of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, in quantities to suit. Sole Agents in Portland for the Celebrated Magee Furnaces and. .-tores. SS^ Orders from the Country respectftilly solicit ed. Job Work done to order. aughdti WILLIAM A. PEARCE, PLUMBE R! MAKER OF Force Pumps and Water Closets,. NO. 124 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND. ME. Warn, Cold and Shower Baths, Wash Uowla* Brass It Silver Plated Cocks. IP VEST description of Water Fixtures lorDwel J ling Houses. Hotels, Public Buddings, Shops, dsc., arranged and set up in the best manner, and all orders in town or country ialth fully executed. All Jrinds or JOBBING promptly attended to. Constant ly on band LEAD PIPES, SHEET LEAD and BEER X UMP8 oi all descriptions. apriklti HILTON & CO., DEALERS IN Groceries, Ship Stores, AND PRODUCE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, C.r. .fMIlk uS Lime So., S. K. H1LTOJI, ) J. r. pkbkims, I PORTLAND, ME. C. 8. P. HILTU.N, ) Ur~Produoo Sold on Couimieelon. febld3m HENRY JP. WORCESTER, GENERAL Commission ^Forwarding Merchant Merchandise of all kinds bought and sold on Northern account. Office—No. 12 Campbell's Wharf, __ Nobpolk, Va. Uf Consijmnente solicited. Refers, by pemfcwion, to Messrs Messrs. Lowell & Sonler; Gerrlah & Pearson; John Dennis Ot Co.; Clark Read & Co. Portland Me. no28d0m 1UA BERRY, JU., WATCH-MAKER, AT C. H. FARLEY’S. No. 38 Exchange Street, PORTLAND. March 17—d3m* IlOSS & FEEXY, PLASTERERS, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL STU000 AND MASTIO WORKERS, Oak Street, between, Congress and Free Sts., PORTLAND, MR. Coloring, Whitening and White-Washing prompt y attended to. Orders irom out oi town solicited. May 22—dtl BRADBURY & SWEAT, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Office 117 Middle Street, II^m'bwxat*’} PORTLAND, ME. M u. Sweat will be in Washington after the 1st oi January, and will attend to any business entrusted to him, before the Supreme Court, Court oi Claims, or any of the Departments. dc2Utl DAVIS, MESERVE, HASKELL & 00.. Importers and Jobbers of J>ry Goods and Woolens, Arcade 18 Free Street*' g. DAVIS, t “• “«££’ PORTLAND, MB X. chapman. novfl’GSdtf J. A. DAVIS & CO., Commission Merchants, 94 MICHIGAN STREET, DAVIS a colby, ) MILWAUKEE, £4 and 86 La Salle Street, J Chicago, IU. ) WISCONSIN. Feb 24—iMiu CHASE, CRABI & STURTEVANT, GENERAL Commission Merchants, Wldgory’* Wliarl, - Portland, Mb. octlGdtt SHERIDAN & GRIFFITHS, Successors to Joseph Gray St Co., PLASTERERS, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL STUGOO AND MASTIO WORKERS, No. ti South Street, ----- Pobtland, Me. £'&“Prompt attention paid to all kinds of Jobbing iu our line. te24d3in CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, Fresco and Banner Painter, NO. 144 MIDDLE STREET. Portland. Maine. Work executed In every part of the State. luneiatt WILLIAM H. CLIFFORD, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Solicitor of Patents, 2to. 10S Middle Street, POBTLAND, MAINE. Aug 25—dtf ___ J, E. FICKETT, Dealer la Photographic Goods, Mirrors and Engravings. Manufacturer of Mirror * Pieturo Frames. Ifo. 38 MARKET SQUARE, paaaUfr • PoBtlabd, Ms. ' SHEPLEY & STROUT, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, ornoE ovee oanal bank, Middle Street. a. .r SHEFUtV. (Itth19dtf) A.A.gTBOCT. GEORGE P. TALBOT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Office over the Post Office, 3d Btory, PORTLAND, MAINE. Mar 21—d*w6m _ Business Cards. AUG. F. YORK, Merchant Tailor, 104 MIDDLE! ST., PORTLAND* lam now prepared to exhibit my entire Spring and Summer Importations of Fine Woolens; also several lines of choice American Fancy Goods, made ex* pressly for Merchant Tailors’ use. Cutting personally attended to. apl6—dCm A. C. DENISON & UO., Paper Manufacturers, Office 151 Commercial Street, up stai it s. aiilG t( DONNELL & GKEELY, Commission Merchants, And Wholesale Dealers in Groceries, Flour. Pork. Lard, Fish, &o., No. G2 Commercial Street, PORTLAND, ME. J. B. DONNELL, (apl4d&wtf) JUSTUS GREELY. ED WARD M. RATTEN & CO., Commission Merchants —AND— -A.XT CTIONEERS, 18 EXCHANGE STREET, sett^d atlvancea on conaignmenta. galea promptly EDWARD M. PATTER. 6TEPHEH W. PATTER. Portland. April 9,1866. J. F. LAND, DEALER IN China, Crockery, Glass Ware AND LAMPS. ALSO, TABLE CUTLERY NO. 54 UNION STREET, Portland. April 6,18Cti-dtf . '*'• Deerins, Milliken & Co., Successors to O. L. Storcr If Co., JOBBERS OF Dry Goods, Woolens, And Gents’ Furnishing Goods f Manufacturers ot and Dealers in CLOTHING AND CLOAKS, Agents lor EMPIRE SEWING MACHINES for State of Maine. S%W7J$NUdle Bt‘> rOBTLAJfD. ELWELL, OWEN & CO., ' Commission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Produce, Ship Stores and Groceries, | No. 3 Lime Street, Portland, Me. Special attention paid to consignments of all kinds orprodnee.___ ap6-tf ARA CUSHMAN & CO., MAMUFACTOBER8 AMD JOBBERS OF BOOTS & SHOES, Expressly for the New England Retail Trade. MANUFACTORY^ Auburn, Me. to connection with we have leased the new store * No. 40 Union Street, Portland, where we intend to keep a good class of Goods adnnt. ed to the trade ot this State, nearly aU of which ue ot o^r own niauulacture and cn “* WARRANTED! forCwTde3fwa|;S^^dth m4d* 40 OTder’“d ore already ao> — o«*micn? tnis last remark perhaps is not necessary: to those who arc not, we would say, “Give us a try.'* ARA CUSHMAN, CHARLES H. STAPLES. Mar 12—<13m John C. Colley, furniture: Repaired and Varnished, X would remind remind ray old customers and the public generally that I have taken rooms with J. H. Hoyt & Co., No. 47 Union Street, for the present, where X am prepared to do oil kinds of Furniture Re pairing and Varnishing. Remember the place, j.H. Hoyt & Co.’s, No. 47 Union St. mnl4d6w J.E. FERNALD &SON, MERCHANT TAILORS, 87 MEDDLE ST., ^RE prepared to SHOW AN ELEGANT STOCK Spring Goods ! FOR MEN’S AND BOYS’ WEAR, And will be pleased to receive (rders tor same. March 16, 1866. mht7d6w LEWIS, ROLLINS & BOND, MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF Heady Made Clothing, Agent, for Gray's Patent Enamelled Collars, tor the STATE OF MAINE. Orders from all parts of the State promptly filled at MANUFACTURER’S prices. Nos. 141 & 14.1 Middle St., PORTLAND, ME. Mar 12— d&wtf Coal, Coal, Coal. JUST RECEIVED and tor sale by the undersigned at their Wharf, Cor. Franklin Wharf & Commercial Bt, 275 Tons Hazelton Lehigh, BROKEN AND EGO SIZE. 300 TONS LOCUST MOUNTAIN EGO AND STOVE SIZE. 200 TONS LOBERY, Free burning and VERY PURE, and all kinds ot White and Red Ash Coal. These Coals are ot the very best quality, and war ranted to give satisfaction. ALSO, 60(» cords ot bestqualifcy of HARD and SOFT WOOD, which we will sell at the very lowest price and deliver it to any part ot the city at short notice. jyGive us a call and try us. I S. ROUNDS & SON. Jan t5th-dtf _ GENTLEMEN I You are respecttully invited to call and examine the NEW GOODS jugt received from NewYork and Bos ton, for SPRING OVERCOATS,. SPRING SUITS, 11 —AMD— DRESS SUITS. Also a fine assortment of BOYS’ SUITS. I will make and trim in the Latest and most Fashionable Styles, And at the Lowest Prices for Cask. Please call and examine the GOODS and the Prices at A. D. BEEVES’, Taylor. April 2—lm 98 Exchange Street. Notice. THE undersigned hereby givenotfce that a portion 01 tlie eobwork at the southerly <fnd of Vaughans I Bridge will be remove 1, on Monday tlie 16th instant, for the purpose of filling in and making solid the southerly end of said bridge, and all iwisons in trav elling over the ' ame will do so at their own risk until further notice. J. M. ROBINSON, GEO. E. HENLEY, H. S JACKSON, Select men of Cape Elizabeth. Cape Elizabeth, April 13,1866. apHtf $10,000. ANY one, or two, who can command the above sum can hear ot a business opening such as seldom occurs in this city. Address ‘‘BUSINESS,” at tb s office, giving real name and stat ing where an interview may be had. April 10-dtf Business Notices. Dissolution. THE copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned Is this day dissolved by mutual con sent. The business of said partnership will be set tled by the twojunlor partners at the old stand. THEO. C. HEltSEY, JON. II. FLETCHER, FRANKLIN FOX. April 2, 1806. Copartnership. The undersigned have this day formed a partner ship under the name of FLETCHER & CO., And will continue tbesame business heretofore car ried on by HERSEY, FLETCHER & CO., at No. 159 Commercial St. JON. H. FLETCHER, FRANKLIN FOX. April 2, 1866. apl4d3w Dissolution of Copartnership. THE Ann of STEELE & HAYES is dissolved by mutual consent; eitber of the subscribers and the Arm ot HAYES & DOUGLASS are authorised to settle the business ofthe late Arm. EBKN STEELE, , . THOMAS R. HAYES. April 11,1866. The subscribers have formed a copartnership un der the name and stylo ot 11A YES &. DOUG LASS, and will continue the Crockery sad Glass Ware Business, at the old stand of Steele & Hayes. THOMAS R. HAYES, ROBERT DOUGLASS. April 11, 1866.—dtf NOTICE. Tbo undersigned has this day taken the store NO. 91 COMMERCIAL STREET, rX“fK04 Whittemore, where he Qrooery, Provision and Commission Business. ® . . STEPHEN WHITTEMORE. ' Portland, April 2, 1886.apS-dtf Copartnership. THE undersigned have formed a copartnership for the transaction of a Wholesale Grocery Busines under the name of SMITH, DONNELL & CO i _ F. A. SMITH, W. E. DONNELL. SMITH, DONNELL & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Uos. 93 & 95 Oommercial Street, PORTLAND, MAINE. Aprils 1866. _aprtdlm Copartnership. have day formed a copart X neisliip under the name and style of v BENSON Jb HOUGHTON, For the transaction of a general Oommission and Forwa'ding Business, And for the sale of all kinds of Spruoe, Pino and Hemlock Lumber, Laths, Clapboards, Shingles, Ac. hard and soft wood, ^OT«r.nr^o%eatc^,OWe'tm^et BERLIN MILLS WHARF. HOUGHTON, a v BENSON Portland, March 1, 1866._inhgd^m Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have formed.a r-iiniYc.. under the firm name ot L. DANA & SONS, For the transaction of a Grocery and Fishermen’s Outfitting Business. LUTHER DANA, _KTSi* ^ANa ; Fnrll«-J - - — —rle22U ' Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have this day formed a copart nership under name and style of EMERSON & BURR, For the purpose of selling READY-SIADE CLOTH ING,and GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, in Mechanics’ Building, No. 317 Congress Street. S. EMERSON, M. L. BURR. Portland, March 17, I860. mh20dtl Advances Made. TIE undersigned are prepared to make LIBER AL ADVANCES on goods in transit, in store, for sale, or shipment. Also on vessels or any other good security, 0HUB0B3LL, BROWBS & MANSOH. Jan 19—dtt Copartnership Notice. THE Copartnership hereto'ore existing under the nameofs. k. JACKSON dfc SON, will be continued alter this date under the style of PERKINS, JACKSON & CO., Wholesale and retail dealers in LUMBER, COAL and WOOD, Sawyer's Wharl, foot of High Street. Dec 21,1865—dtf Is open Day and Eventng. for a 1U11 and thorough BUSINESS EDUCATION, located on Middle St., No. 161, opposite H. H. Hay & Co., Apothecaries. The Principal lias had 21 years* experience. I do not pretend an extension of Gold Linked Se ries of Colleges into the other Continent; and that my Diplomas and full Scholarships, arc good all over this great world; but I do claim they will prove intrinsic to the Students (either LADIES or GENTLEMEN) n any part of the United States of America; and also that our Counting Rooms for inductive training (without any copying,) both in Accounts and Native Writing, Mercantile Law, tfc. tec., offer as full, thorough, complete, practical and expeditious facilities lor BUSINESS EDUCA TION, as any College in the U. S. This is the only Commercial College in the State where a full and complete Scholarship in Book-keep ing, Writing, &c., is taught without copying, so that no one can pass through the course without ob taining a thorough counting-room education. 0r* Mr. Brown would present to the Citizens of Portland and vicinity, his warm gratitude lor their kindness and liberal patrqpage the past filtedn years; and with the promise ol faithfulness, so licits other favors! R. N. BROWN. Portland, September 18,1865. sep20deod4twly New Spring Cloakings! Tho most elegant assortment ol Spring and Summer Cloaking that has ever been offered in this city, is now open, and Ladies are respectfully invited to CALL AND EXAMINE -AT E. E. LITTLE’S NEW CLOAK BOOMS, MORTON BLOCK, CORNER CONGRESS AND BROWN STS. apll _tt_ SPRING COODS! COOK & AYRES, NO. 63 EXCHANGE STREET, Have made additions to their stock ol WOOLENS! suited for Spring garments, bought at LOW PRICES, which they are ready to sell or manufheture at cor responding low prices. Orders for Cutting attended to promptly. COAT MAKERS wanted as above. ap4 3w Lime, Plaster and Cement. AAA CASKS No. 1 Rockland Lime. Also, v 1 A'/ Land Piaster and Cement, which will be J,ept constantly for sale by . J. G. LOVISJOY, No. 33 Commercial St., Mar 29—dtf Portland, Notice. PERSONS holding U. S. Bonds, (the interest on which is payable In gold) tor $1000 or upwards, who wish to deposit them where they will be secure, may apply at the Merchants National Bank for infor matl0n' CHAS. PAYSON, Cashier. March 18,1868-dtf Miscellaneous. STEAM REFIKED SOAPS! LEATHE & GORE, WOULD solicit the attention of the trade and consumers to their Standard Brands of STEAM REFINED SOAPS, -viz: EXTRA, FAMILY-, NO. 1, OLEINE, CHEMICAL OLIVE, - CRANE'S PATENT, SODA, AND AMERICAN CASTILE, A" 2f SUPERIOR QUALITIES, in packages suita ble f.,r the trade and family use. Importing direct our chemicals, and nstng only the nest materials, and os our goods are manufactured under i lie personal supervision ol our senior partner, who has had thirty years practical experience in the business, we therefore assure the public with con deuce that wo can and will furnish the * Best Goods at the Lowest Prices! Having recently enlarged and erected NEW wuBKa, containg all the modem improvements, we are enabled to fUrnish a supply of Swaps of the Best Qualities, adapted to the demand, for Ex port and Domestic Consumption. LEATHE «£ GORE’S STEAM REFINED SOAPS I SOLD BT ALL THE Wholesale Grocers Throughout the State. Leath® & Gore, 3»T Commercial St, 47 & 49 Beach Street, March 28_^RTLAWD’MAOTE NEW STYLES —AT— Low Prices! At© now offered by -P. MORRELL & CO., W ho have an excellent variety of Ready-Made Clothing! Together with an assortment of NEW STYLE CLOTHS FOB Men and Boys’ Wear, Which they are prepared to make to order, or sel by the yard, and cut lor others to make when desir ed. P. MORRELL & CO., April 14-3w 113 Exoh*n*« Steeet SPRING STYLES! New Goods, New Cloths, —AND— Tailor98 Trimmings! The best Stock in the city is at 131 Middle Street. All of which will be made to order, and sold at Lowest Cash Prices! Call and examine Goods and Prices. 131 Middle Street. . N . GOULD. Portland, April 14—2m .soots ami do wise, inhabitants of Maine! )ft have ye Bought lor bargains, but in vain! fear after year vour comfortable rooms ?eli dusty stories of the price ot Brooms. Lrm-Chairs and Rockers. Sofas, Carpets, all Seed many changes since Rebel lion's fell! .)own with Rebellion, Slavery and Vice! Comforts increase as we reduce their price ! •Onwa; d and upward.” is the Nation’s cry! den were not born in ignorance to die! Proceed to UNION STREET, and their ycu'll find stock of FURNITURE to suit your mind, Seat, New and Second-Hand—the cheapest rate iTou ever priced or purchased in the State. ap9—d2w*_HOYT Sc CO., UaUa St. EASTERN HOTEL, MACHIAS, .... MAINE. John L. Green, Proprietor. This Hotel, which has been closed for some time past, is again open to the public. The house has been thoroughly repaired _and put in complete order in every respect. Lxiienencea help has been employed in every de partment. The tables will be furnished with the best the market affords, and no effort will be spared for the comfort and entertainment of guests. Mr. E. W. B. Austin, recently of Belfast, willac is bead clerk of the establishment. A Reading Room will be kept well supplied with the ne wspapers of the day for the use of guests. 1 n connection with the hotel there will be an ex cellent Stable, with faith fill superintendence. The old patrons and the public generally are invit ed to the EASTERN HOTEL. Machias, March 28,I860. mb29dlm International Hotel, OPPOSITE CITY BUILDING. ■ This excellently located Hotel hoe been thoroughly refitted, and burnished In the most elegant style, And is Now Opened to ike Public by, S. B. BREW8TEK, FORMERLY OF THE SKOWHEGAN HOUSE. Mr, Brewster would be happy to meet his old (aiends and the public generally. Portlrnd, Feb. 2,1SC5. dtl Not a Hotel. Furnished and unfurnished rooms to let with good board at Ho. 27 Willow Street. People visiting Portland can have all the conven iences of a Hotel at much less prices, at a retired and genteel place. Also permanent board tor families and gentlemen. ttp~Remember the place, opposite Wood’s Hotel corner ol Middle and Willow Sts. felOdtf RARE CHANCE For Business l THE well-known Spoke and Hub Mill of HOBBS & MERRILL, is now offered tor sale in conse quence 01 the death of one of the partners. Said Mill is situated in West Falmouth, seven miles from Port land, contains the best machinery in use for the busi ness; has an excellent water-power, and is fevorably located for obtaining white oak and elm of the best auality, in any desired quantities. Cenmcted with the above is a Grist Mill, with two runs of stones: al so, circular saws, planing machine, &c., &c., all in good running order. For particulars inquire ot J. S. HOBBS, or ALFRED MERRILL, April 10—dSw* at West Falmouth. TTIP TOWN Boot. Shoe&Rubber Store, No. 353 Congress Street. AT BAMTJEIj BELL’S CAN be touod one of the best selected stocks ol BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS that ean be found in this city, which will be sold at the lowest cash price, at 363 Congress Street, near Green St. Oct 24—dtl 8AMDKL HELD, Dr. E. F. RIPLEY, Veterinary Surgeon, Office at H. L. TAYLOR & Co’s Stable, Temple St., Persian*, Me. HAVING sold his Livery Stock to H. L. Taylor & Co., would most respectfully inform his old patrons and the public generally that he Is now giving his whole attention to the treatment of Horses and other domesticated animals. At bis residence In Westbrook, (across Tukev’s Bridge) may be found a good infirmary for the ac rommodation of those who may wish to have their Horses updor his immediate attention. BT All orders left at his Office, on Temple Street, will be promptly attended to. Portland, Jan. IS, 1866. lel6T,Th*S3m* Notice, THE adjourned Annual meeting of the stockhold. ers ol the McNeal Coal and Iron Co. will be r eld at its offioe, No. 66 South street. New York, on TUES DAY, May 1st, at 1 o’clock P. M. LOUIS T. SNOW, Sec’y. Now York, April 14,1886. ’ d2w BP* II you are in want of any kind ol PR INTING call at the Dally Press Offloe For Sale and to Let. For Sale, Brig L. T. KNIGHT, 587 tons O. M., built at Frankfort in 1863, in good order, , and well found. Dimensions 107,261,94. Must be applied for immediately, will . 11 out sold before Friday, April 27th, it will be sold at public auctionat CuBtom House Wliarl at II o’clock A.M. ap2b—dtd McGILVEBY, BY AN & DAVIS. TO LET I CLIFF COTTAGE, Cape Elizabeth. one half miles from Portland, containing y,'tWu, with sixteen acres ol good land, a fine beach, and one of tlio pleasantest water ing places in the State. Enquire of GEORGE OWEN, ap20—d3w* lot Commercial street, Portland. For Sale. For Sale. A&BpENlf:I'L:SMiertnnyLInd; 0n0 °fMartin Apm i*WtE0-B-DAY18’ st Choice Oil Lands for Sale. T™thebS0rib0r“°,rer,or“al6 flTe thou»»n<l “res Best Oil Lands in Canada West, P-dnt„,iSitUa*°<1i11 Bdftwolland vicinity, united maps, of our lands iorsale or to lease, will twod'jUar9- ^ St0Ck C°mP“ie* ANDREWS, ELLIS & CO., Box 143 Bothwell, Canada West Office in Exchange Building. mh7dtf Lease & Fixtures for Sale -OP THE Augusta House. i TJ“ tain? compelled (on ac , aount ol 111 health) to relinquish Hotel busi Jsaassaaysr -* * —» -«^23ttSX«Sfi VS.'Sf'Ti Bmall capt^l 0 opportuSty with comparatively a Jan 30—d3m HABBIS0N BAKER, Proprietor. For Sale. The new FRENCH COTTAGE, and about aeven acres of land, situ ated on the Cape Cottage road in _^Cape Elizabeth. The house contains surpaea^T^&Ur>W“8- The sea view is un April 2—tl - W- HgPNgA Valuable Beal Estate -oh Congress. North & Cumberland Sts, FOR SALE, £ £?*i&SBwra z»reT^^eo»^ short tune at private sMe,'on termiXSroife to purchasers. Apply to jwonune to ... _ „ AUG. P. FULLER. Ap/li^d^1688 8t’ opiate the Preble Hons*. For Sale, to close a concern. fie^SpSS£^S^famSSS^£Si About one-hall of the value may remain on mortgage Sr*J1Umberofyears- ForfurtheriniormaUon*I£! “tebBid, March 6. * HAY** For Sale. for For terther particulars jm^VArtmatfo. Co jn or. ii—dtf HOUSE LOTS For Sale, ON Stevens’ Plains, near the Horse Railroad.— Enquire of A. L. RICHARDSON, April 11—dtf On the premises. For Sale. THE Two-story Brick House and Lot, No. 2 Deer Street, at a a beat bargain. For particulars, enquire oi BENJ. KNIGHT, ocHMttAtlantic Wlinrl. Farm for Sale. A GOOD FARM oi about 70 acres, about 11 miles from Gorham Village, on the line of the Portland & Rochester Railroad, to be Bold cheap. Terms lib eral. Apply to ROSCOE G. HARDING, Gorham, Or, H. C. BARNES, Portland. • Feb 27—dtl For Sale. THE subscriber is desirous of selling his stock In livery stable, consisting of Horses, Carriages. &c., together with leased stable. Apply to SAMUEL WELLS, ap9—d2w»29 Franklin streot. For Sale. THAT very desirable lot of Land, situated on Paar!, between Cumberland and Oxford St., hav lug about seventy leet front, and containing over aix thousand square leet, sufficiently large for two first class houses. For particulars enquire ol DANIEL PLUMMER, r W. C. MEANS. Portland, March 7.18CO—dtl FOB SALE. THE desirable House and lot on southwest corner A of Pino and State streets. The situation is one of the most pleasant in the city. The lot is about 46 x 103, and well arranged and stocked with fruit trees and shrubbery. For particulars apply to W. T. KILBORN, A. LIBBY, or to „ _ JOHN C. PROCTER, ap6—tf _ Lime street. Farm tor Sale. Pleasantly situated one-half mile from Gorham Corner, 9 miles from Portland. Said Farm contains nine ty acres oi land, or mor^ or less, to -suit buyer; well divided Tn to tillage, pasturage and wood land, cutting thirty tons of hay. lias a house, barn, Stable and out-buildings. Has an excellent orchard of over three hundred trees— Mostly grafted fruit. Said Farm is one-haif mile from tbe Post Office, Academy, Church, .Depot Stores. Also, the Stock and Farming Tools if required. Enquire of the Post Master at Gorham Corner. Gorham, March 13,1866.—d&wtf For Sale. THB two story house, and land, No. 22 Clark street. Said house has been built but a few years, is sit uated in a good neighborhood, is in good repair, with good water privileges, &c. For particulars inquire at F. DUNNING’S Store, on Danforth, near State 8tjeet-__ap!6—lm» ONE second-hand HAND PRESS tor gale chtap tr applied tor soon. Slio oi Platen 20x28 inquire in person at, or address by mail, Feb JJ-dtt PEESS 0FFICE- Portland, Me. Valuable Mill Property For Sale* \ interest to a Saw Mill and Store. Will be sold *,1. * ^bargain to agood business man who can take charge of a Store. Apply to LYNCH, BARKER & CO., ap3ti • 139 Commercial street. L OR SALE l A DRY GOODS Stock and Stand for sale at agreat bargain. For particulars inquire of _ thrasher & CO., Feb 27—dtf 4 Free St. Block. ©Three Small Houses for Sale, 0n,Fra?klln'Montreal and Alder Ste. En Aprtttf ELBElDOE GERRY, 69 High St. For Sale. A FIRST class Restaurant, which is doing a good bnsine t, in the central part of the city. Abo a rent ol nine rooms in connection with the above.— The only reason lor selling out to the poor health ol the proprietor. ^°r fffjtoulars inquire at this office, or address, _»Pl8dlw» a. G. LEWIS, Portland, Me. House Lot for Sale. PURSUANT to a license from the Judge of Pro hate, the undersigned offer for sale a lot of lawH about 4o feet, fronting on the northerly side ot Sum ner Street, being a part of the homestead of the late Samuel Blanchard, deceased. For terms apply on the premises, or to Josenh Blanchard, Guardian, Cumberland Center. ** SARAH BLANCHART* Apmi7-d3JwOSKrH = Valuable Real Estate tor Sale. and centrally situated, in an excellent neighborhood, XASJ?** ^d in the market. It is about 100 feet on Pearl and 102 feet on Cumberland streets, and of sufficient capacity for seven good house lots. «« HENRY BAILEY & CO., »p!9-eod2w 14 Exchange Street, For Sale and to Let. For SaleTn^tandishT St-SSft fx: toPdoMer.t0ry“JW'lhlhe OUt-buil,Jlj,e ’•» Ml The grounds containing about two acres ot land under good cultivation, with an abundance of choice grafted fruit, &e. The location is one of the most pleasant in the wbo'e county, and the beauty of its Bcenery and surroundings renders it in every way a desirable residence. Terms reasonable. Apply to JOUM C. PROCTER, ,, , „ Lime St., Portland. March 23—ood&wtf Farm for Sale Very pleasantly situated In the town of North Yarmouth, on the main road to Portland, one-half mile cnn.—.1 tg—==dfr°in Walnut Hill Meeting House. Post,0fflcu and Store. Said Farm contains ten acres of excellent land, well fenced,with ^ partly grafted fruit, and n acque d tL hulMmL"1 amT,l‘ supply of tho best of water. ai2 elL wftbTo,^TS2.ra Rood two-storied Housk S outbundtagsMnnectod.UI1The ttepremte" Par°C“1"a in1nir« the subscriber on Mar 24—eod6w* * NATH’L BROWS. ^OR SALE. £Tlie two story House, with the lot on the corner oi Myrtle and Cumberland Sts.’ 19 convenlonOv arranged and con r°9ms, Is In good order with gas and furnace, abundance of hard and soft water The location Is very pleasant and central. For terms, &c.t apply to Mar 31—eod4w ^ C Horses for Sale. For Sole or to Let! end 0,-Port Enquire on the premises. Mar 28, I860.—cod ti f For Sale. I, Ata^a ■Sflra.S'E *nd Lo,t.on Ca“° Street, r.nqulre'at mL’c^sT ^:<>t Wants, Lost and. Found. Wanted Immediately. T*a retaif JrnMnnJtU tiv** ‘S3.*00*1 “fghborhood for Address L. F. H„ Sumner St. Tp^dE. Wanted. ETEfftSS Wanted. J°un*™en 3. ^ slzed room, either fur sometoeaaant W.Hrnl“!,i,iin 3 Private dwelling In apl^-dlw.’ “ Addre“A.B.C.. Portland. Wanted. Sc:rr:aeiis«m F*“ eoiw 1“at'J'ERSON & CHADBOURNE Po^^pm^^ E“te™ EIP™S“ 0fflce Wanted. nog Lost. tf A> Strayed ftom home on Friday, Mar 30th, TW<7 a ‘o'1 blood hound Dog. Said dog Is In col f?PI 01 black and tan, legs and tip of tall white, «*»eaxs vary long, black, edge, tan, weight about 70 ft*, answers to the name oi Botes. Had on when lost a leather collar, with “A. H. GALE. Portland, Me. No. 78.” on a brass plate. Was last seen Monday, April 2d, in East Auburn, Me. Any information leading to nis recovery will be rewarded to the entire satisiaction oi the informer •Addrera, A. H. GALE. aplOdtf P. o. Box 2261 Portland, Me. „ Wanted. A SITUATION in some establishment, by a young man having a thorough business education, and is well posted in Book-keeping in all forms. Apply to SLMONXON & KNIGHT. apludti_48 Commercial St. AN Agent in every town In the State oi Maine to Bell a new, convenient and useftil patented arti cle. Ladies or Gentlemen wishing for a rare chance to make money should call on, or add rests, J. HANKERSON & CO., „ . , iso Middle Street, Nov 23—dtfPortland, Maine. Stone-Cutter8 Wanted. WANTED Immediately, twelve good Stone-Cut ters to cut abutment and pier stone. Apply to JAMES ANDREWS, Doc 27—dtf _ Biddeford RE M O V AL . WE would respectfully announce to the citizens oi Portland and vicinity that we are removing our stock of FURNITURE from our old store, in Free street block, td LANCASTER HALT. and adjoining rooms, and are daily adding NEW & ELEGANT FURNITURE to our lamer large stock, embracing the latest and most desirable styles of all articles usually kept in a first class establishment. We guarantee our prices to be as low as those in Boston or elsewhere lor the same grades and styles. As our goods are nearly all MADE TO ORDER, and lor our trade especially, we are prepared to war rant all articles sold to be exactly as represented. Grateful for the past liberal patronage we have re ceived, we solicit and will endeavor to merit a continu ance of it. GEO. T. BUBROUGIIS & CO. apSdtf NOTICE. rtlHE undersigned having purchased the stock and X stand lately owned andoocupied by Messrs. CROCKETT & HOOPER, AT 130 & 138 EXCHANGE STREET will continue to buy and sell New and Second Hand Furniture, CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, CARPETINGS, WINDOW SHADES, &o. on the most favorable terms. Mr. JOHNSON, for a long time connected with this store, will be found there ready to transact any business which may be re quired of him. The oldJrleuds and customers of Mr. JOHN OBOOK1STT will be glad to know that he is still connected with the establishment, where he has won such an enviable reputation for superior business qualifications, and will be happy to serve them as of old, either in the purchase or sale of Furniture and Household Goods. The highest cash prices will be paid for all Second hand Furniture, Carpets, Crock ery, Ac-, and all goods will be sold at the lowest cash rates. apCtf GEO, T. BURROUGHS A CO, Millinery! Millinery! 1866. SPRINGS! YLES. 1866. The undersigned would inform the Ladies of Port land and vicinity that she will open for exhibition an extensive assortment of FASHIONABLE MILLINERY, —ON Thursday, April 19th, AT HO. 1 & 2 U. S. HOTEL BUILDING M. J. NICHOLS. aplT_ PORTLAND CITY LAUNDRY, No. 36 Hanover St. LINEN ofall kinds WASHED and CLEANSED without injury to the flues* fabrics. GENTS’ LINEN Got up in the Beat Possible Manner, At Short Notice, And Satlafaetlaa Guaranteed la all Caaea. C. PARKER. N. B.—Special attention paid to dealing Bed and Mattress licks, Novt-dtf Miscellaneous. BROTHERS Hare Just received an entire new lot ol Rich Dress Goods! DeLaines and Ginghams, Pine, Medium and Heavy Brown and Bleached C O T T O 1ST S ! LINEN DAMASK and TABLE COVERS—Every Variety. A NEW LINE OF WOOLEN GOODSi for Spring Wear. BEAUTIFUL STYLES American Prints, 10 to 26 Cents. White ALL WOOL FLANNEL 35 Cents, j few m<>re of those all Linen Army Sheets lor F’n«ra1 assortment ol HOUSE KEEPING GOODS at the lowest market prices. 129 Middle Street. fcl4dtl_KASTMAN BROTHERS. IMPORTANT DECISION!!! Civil Rights Bill Constitntional!! —AND— PRICES GREATLY REDUCED! DRY GOODS! -AT BROWN’S NEW BLOCK, 3To. 333 Congress Street. 0. M. & E. P. Brooks Having bought at the very LOWEST BOTTOM PEIOES FOR CASH, would announce to the citizens ot Portland and vicin ity that they will give GREAT BARGAINS —cc— Dry Goods, Woolens, Gents’ Clothing ~AlfD—■ FURNISHING GOODS. Our store and slock are new and desirable. Those tentton to business to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage._apl6-d2waeod2w j 331 Congress Bt, Portland, Maine. , _ k L. R FOLLETTE, hosiery and gloves, HOOP SKIRTS AND CORSETS, Ladies’ & Children’s Underflannels, Marl<JQL£SALE AND BETAIL' LADIES! E: NEW GOODS* Just Received* From New York and Boston, for Ladies’ Spring Sacques. Sacques, Basques and Cassocks, Made and Trimmed In The Latest Styles, A. D. REEVES’, Tailor, April 2—lm 98 Exahanfle Sareet. CHISAM’S FASHIONABLE Tailoring Establishment No. 96 Exchange Street. GRATEFUL for favors since I came to Portland, 1 desire to call the attention of my friends and the public to my STOCK Fine Spring Woolens! Selected troui NEW YORK and BOSTON MARKETS, Which I am prepared to make Into GARMENTS, Which for Style and Workmanahlp will suit the moat Ihatidlona By strict application to business and wants of CUSTOMERS I am In hopes to merit a thare*of trade. W. E. CSISAM. N. B.-Tbe MANUFACTURING DEPART MENT is under the direct supervision of MU. F. M. HUFF, ate from the well-known House ol CALL & TUT TLE, Boston. Mar 31, 1866._ apr3d4w ELMWOOD NURSERY! IgA This aide of Woodford’s Coroer, - - - Westbrook. Me. Westbrook curs leave Preble Street and pass the Nursery every twenty minutes. HAVING purchased the stock of the above NUB - sEUY, and made arrangements with one ot the most reliable Nurserymen of Massachusetts, for Pear, Apple, Plum and other Fruit Trees, Grape Vines, etc., with a large stock of Green lloueo and Hardy Plants, Shrubs, etc., suitable for the Flower Garden or house culture, I would solcit a share of the public patron Everythingj sold warranted true to name, and as low as can be bad at any other establishment. Parties wishing Shrubs, Plants or Flowers suitable for the Cemetery, will be supplied at short notice, and anv information I possess freely given. Wreaths, Crosses, Boquets, or any design ot Flow ers (Umished at short node.'. .... Funeral Flowers preserved and arranged In the n<ssr AlHIde™ left at L. J. PERKINS’ Fruit and Confectionery Store, Morton Block, Congress Stroet, Park Street Garden, 56 Park Street, or at the Nurse ry will meet with prompt attention. * C. F. BRYANT. Portland, April 10. 1866—d6w INSURANCE SCRIP. SCBIP of all the New York Marine Insurance Companies bought aud sold by HENRY P. COFFIN. 9 Merchants’ Exchange, Boston, ceo. e. cook a co., apl9—d2w New York* Street Garden, No, 58 Park Street. I WOULD Invite the attention of all wishing Plants or Shrubs to my stock at the above place, having to clear the grounds bv tbe middle of June. I will until that time sell all or any of the stock at reduced prices. Any one wishing Pinks or Thrift tor edging their Flower Beds, will do well to call. C. F. BRYANT. Portland, April 18,1866.—dim Notice. OLD CIDER is wanted and will be received in small quantities as well as larger quantities, and cash paid at No. 2ft Commercial Street. April 18, 18G6.-dtf Notice TWO or throe furnished rooms can be obtained, with .TiHuurTr^’by ^p1^”*** thi» pgy v*t The Gubernatorial Nomination. [Prom the Presque Isle Sunrise, April 13 ] there wUU*bann!!a,' We *22 “J the PaPers that emorship. f *» the Gov probably aood 1.? ^ “““dwates are named, all thingsthere.“““•“dyet hke other good mZ’ n.tTuTuZ T"- 55 I Diiiingham, and 8iMiak*i of hin*°U’ ^IIL4.-^4 ^ qualified to excellently web* fin ^ a rial chair. We havelho Mr. Dillingham. He is .8^^ nia,'i a'llJ we titmk him verv much better qualified for that position, than for Governor of Maine. We dislike his poUtical ^Z About 1850 he was exceedingly radical upon temperance and anti-slavery, so much so, that he was nearly out of sight of some ot liis breth ren who thought they were very good anti-sla very aad temperance men. In 1860 he had discovered that a minister ought not to med dle with politics, and he and another were the only clergymen in Augusta, HalioweU, or Gar diner, whom a Democratic Legislature would r?7e praybif?- Down to 1800 Mr. Dillingham was very iearlhl of offending the 6J**} 6®°ple of the South. We suppose he is a good Union man now, as the last we heard him speak of polities, was at the Universalist State Convention in Orono, in 1804, when he was out ol sight ot such men as Kev. Mr. Battles Wr ihtet wafhburn 111 loving of the negro.— We think Maine can do better than select Mr. Dillingham for Governor this year „,AD0.t^r m“ wbo Is named is Gen. J. L. Chamberlain ol -Brunswick. He is do doubt a ripe scholar and a brave soldier. No doubt his political record is good, and he Is patriotic and true to the best interests of the country. He was educated at Bowdoin College, then studied for the ministry in Bangor Theologi cal Seminary, and is now a Prolessor in Bow doin College. Except his war experience, he probably knows little of practical life outside of the schools. Such is not the man that Maine needs to watch over her vast and va ried material interests, and lead her in the po litical contest which is upon ns. We regard mere scholars and clergymen, and nothing else as the most unfit men in the world for public stations which require experience, knowledge of men and of the world, and habits of applica tion to the solid business of Ute. A nd such a man Maine requires for a Governor, Wo want a man versed in aU the intricacies of fi nance, who understands and is familiar with the details .of the vast agricultural, commercial, manufacturing and lumbering interests of our State, and it is not jiossible that any*man who lias spent his life in the study can be such a nan. Another gentleman named, and very promi nently iu many of the papere, is the Hon. Samuel E. Spring, of Portland. He is a mer chant of that city, has become w ealthy we un derstand, in the legitimate prosecui'on of com mercial pursuits; is an earnest, efficient, £6 ahead man; acquainted by personal expert ence with all the details of business, and fi nance, and knows ail about the material in terest of the great State over which his friends would place him. We are assured by those who know him intimately that he will be the ‘right man for the place in these times. He is irenably right on all the important issues of the day; has not only intelligence, but prompt ness and integrity also. He is a liberal roan iu the expenditure of his wealth for the bene °f others; and has contributed ,);irge sums to aid soldiers and those dependent on them, perhaps as much, or more than any other man in Maine. On the great political issues which are to Lby country fin* the next three years, he will be true, and if elected Governor will con tribute largely* by liis influence in set tling them as they should be. Gen. Heraey, of Bangor, Hon. Nathan Dane, and other gentlemen are named. V1 good men, and if elsoted will be exoJ1*-' I®~" ere of M»t»e m her onward or prospen- • ty. VVe hope the people will ponder upon the suiwMon for th« next governor, and when the 25®. comes to decide who shall be our stand will unquestionably be the right ofte. [From the Bangor Timet, April IT.] It has seemed to us that the old Democrat ic practice of portioning out State offices to the different sections might well be permitted to remain as a part of the stock in trade of that organization, while the Union party should seek out its best men for office inde pendent of the particular locality in the State in which they happened to reside. But since the geographical rule is observed, we agree with the Press that our next Governor must be from the western section of the State. In conceding that the candidate for Govern or must come from the West, the East does not surrender its right to a voice in selecting that candidate. The ‘truth Is, following the example of our sister States of Connecticut, lthode Island and Pennsylvania, the Union aDd loyal people of this section desire to see a soldier nominated lor and elected to the office of Governor of Maine. They wish to pay a deserved compliment to a patriotic claws of our fellow citizens, and they know of no more appropriate way than to observe the example set as above mentioned. Admitting that the nomination belongs to the West, they have looked to that section for a soldier who possesses the requisite qualifica tions for the office; and they have not looked in vain. The man of all others among his comrades and liis fellow citizens possessing these to a high degree is Major General J. L. Chamberlain, of Brunswick; the soldier who was promoted on the battle-field by Gen. Grant, for his gallant conduct, (the only in stance during the war,) and who tor. months lay at the portals of death tfom wounds re ceived on that occasion;—who is not only a brilliant soldier and an accomplished scholar, but a Christian gentleman. We need not say that he Is the unanimous choice of the re turned soldiers of the State, and if their wish es are to be consulted no professional office seeker will lie permitted to supplant him iu the Union Convention which meets here on the 20th of June. > The Press in its zeal for its local favorite cites the Hon. Nathan Dane, of York county, as one ot his champions. This may be bo.— But 10 onset this championship we can point to the Hon. James M. Stone, ot the same county, and Speaker of the last House of Representatives, who is an ardent friend of Gen. Chamberlain. So is also the Hon. VVm. Wirt Virgin, President of the Senate. We are aware of efforts in certain quarters . to checkmate the popular feeling in favor of the soldiers’ choice by insinuations tnat he is not “sound”—as the phrase goes. At the proper lime these calumnies will be silenced and their authors put to shame. But it may be well enough to inquire in the meantime, if a man with the record of Gen. Chamberlain is open to suspicion, what can mere lip pro fessions of loyalty and devotion to cardinal tenets amount to? If the soldiers have a choice—they who have sacrificed most and given the highest evidences of their loyalty and devotion to principle—ought not the stay at-homes to rest satisfied that it is a choice “eminently fit to be made” so far as principle is involved ? cy-At a concert which took place lately, a gentleman in the audience rose up just as the third piece in the programme had been per formed, and said: “Mr. Conductor, will you oblige me, sir, by requesting your vocalists to sing louder, or else sing in a whisper, as there is conversation going on close by where I sit, that is conducted in such a loud tone as to bin der my enjoyment of the music. I prefe r cer tainly to hear the concert; but if I cannot be so privileged, I desire to hear the conversation.” There was an extremely quiet and attentive audience during the rest of the evening, gS'-Signor Secchi has written a letter to M. EUe de Beaumont concerning the spectrum of Tempel’s oomet, which he has lately been In vestigating. He finds that the spectrum pro duced by the light of this "body consists of only three bands, two of which were too small and feebly developed for Secchi todiscover their exact position. Signor Secchi concludes that comets are bodies whose constitution is closely allied to that of the nebula*, although they differ from them in their refrangibility of light ty*We see that in some of our over-crow ded towns and cities a plan is being consum mated to build ucat tenement houses through a corporate organization of the laboring classes. It is said that comfortable and heal thy tenements can be constructed at from $310 to $500 each, according to size, even at present high prices. A company of twenty persona might contribute $500 each and l uild twenty tenements, which would be commodious, taste* ful and well located. This is certainly better than to be Moating, as so many families Rif, unable to obtain a roof.