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BY TELEGRAPH TO THE PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. Wednesday Morning, May 27, 1868. MAINE. [Special Dispatch by International Line.) SALUTE FIRED AT BATH IN HONOR OF GRANT’S NOMINATION. Bath, May 20 —The Republicans of this city hung out a splendid Grant and Colfax Hag to day, and saluted it by firing 100 guns in hon or of the nominees. N. WASHINGTON. RESOLUTIONS OF SOLDIERS’ AND SAILORS’ CON VENTION. Washington, May 26.—The chairman of the committee appointed by the Chicago Soldiers’ and Sailors’Convention to present”to General Grant the resolutions adopted by that body, have received a letter from Gen. Grant ap- ! pointing T rulay next at noon for formal pre sentation. The committee will accordingly meet at Willard’s Hotel, Washington, at 11 ocloe.v on that day, and proceed to the Gen eral’s headquarters, where the presentation will take place. NOMINATION OF COLORED MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. The Reduhlicans of tlie first Ward have nom inated a colored man for the Council, having previous nominated one for Alderman. Thsse are the only colored men nominated as mem bere of the City Council. RESIGNATION OF SECRETARY STANTON. The following letter was received by the .1’resident this afternoon, between 3 and 4 o’clock: ..Jfar Department, Washington City, May 20, . .7” ■11 :,~7. ie resolution of the Senate of the C nited States of the 21st of February last, declaring that the President has no power to remove the Secretary of War and designate officer to perforin the duties of that office ad interim, having this day failed to be supported by two-thirds of the Senate present and voting on tlie articles of impeachment preferred against you by tlie House of Repre sentatives, 1 have relinquished the charge of tlie War Department, and have left the same ami the books, archives, papers and property in my custody, as Secretary of War, in care of Brevet Major Gen. Townseud, the senior As sistant Adjutant General, subject to your di rection. (Signed) Edwin M. Stanton, _ Secretary of War. To the President. THE TIIREE BLANKS IN BUTLER’S TESTIMONY. New N ork, May 26.—A Washington special says that it was a great disappointment to tlie crowds of listeners that Butler did not give the names of the three Senators alluded to as be ing counted on by tlie corruptionists as suita ble material to operate upon. cox’s TESTIMONY. Another despatch says no one here after hearing to day’s report believes the President was honestly acquitted. There is more testi mony than that which came out to-day and some of the most damaging to the President was not even alluded to. Sunset Cox swore that he was offered a fee to engage in this Sen ator buying business, but, although he declin ed to enter into such negotiations, he contin ued to act to a certain extent with them. Henderson’s case. The committee on Senator Henderson’s case have taken some very strong and damaging testimony to his honor. Four of the Missouri delegation swear that he told them he knew the President would make a Republican Cabi neut and give all his patronage in Missouri to him for his friends and for his party. The com mittee are now looking into some large Indian contracts recently lot out to friends and rela tions of Mr. Henderson. FOR “pomeuoy” read “ross.” Willis Gaylord, brother-in-law of Senator Pomeroy, who Mr. Cooper, of the Treasury Department, swore was the party who tried to negotiate for Senator Pomeroy’s vote, is here and charges that the whole thing is a base forgery without any foundation in fact. It is also ascertained that in the conspiracy they used Senator Pomeroy’s name as a cypher for Senator Ross, with the intentiou ot coveriug up their tracks as they went along. THE CHICAGO NOMINATIONS RATIFIED. The Grant clubs of Washington ratify the Chicago nominations by a mass meeting on Friday evening. THE ATTRACTION OF GRAVITATION. Another dispatch says the developments in the Managers’ report yesterday created a de cided sensation, the Democrats being as much astonished as the Republicans. The course of Baker of late has caused considerable uueasi ness among Republicans. Both llo3S and Trumbull yesterday gravitated to the Demo cratic side of the Chamber. XLth OONQBESS—Second Session. Impeachment Articles Withdrawn, Washington, May 26.—Senate—Mr. Conk ling offered as a substitute for Senator Wil liams’ resolution an older that the Senate set ting for the trial of Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, will now proceed in the manner prescribed by rule in that behalf to vote in their order on the remaining articles of impeachment. The vote on the amendment was taken by yeas nnd nays, and resulted yeas 26; nays 28. Mr. Williams modified his motion so as to re cind all orders relating to time of voting, and Mr. Trumbull made a point of order that the order could not be recinded, which has already been partly executed, and that a change of rule could not be made without one day’s no tice. Mr. Edmunds moved that the Senate with draw for cousultation. Not agreed to. The Chief Justice submitted the question of sustaining the point of order and it was not sustained ; 24 to 30. Mr. Morrill of Maine then moved that the Court adjourn until the 23d. The Chief Justice re-aflirmcd his opinion that such a motion was not in order, and sub mitted the question to the Senate. The motion was decided to be in order, 36 to 18. The question recurred on Senator Morrifl’B motion to adjourn to the 23d of June, but Senator Hoss moved to amend by substituting Sept. 1st. The amendment was lost and the vote taken on Senator Morrill’s motion, which resulted in a tie, and the Chief Justice declared it lost. Mr. Williams then moved to proceed to vote on the 2d article, which was agreed to and the Senate proceeded to vote on the article of im peachment. The first vote taken was on the 2d article, and it resulted—guilty 35; not guilty 19; Senators Fessenden, Fowler, Grimes, Hender son, ltoss, /Trumbull and Van Winkle voted not guilty ; the rest as before. At 1.40 P. M. the vote was taken on the 3d article of impeachment, with precisely the same result as on the 2d article: namely, 35 guilty ; 19 not guilty. The vote on the 3d article having been an nounced, Senator Williams moved that the Senate, setting ns a court of impeachment do now adjourn sine die. The vote was then taken with the following result: yeas 34, nays 16; the anti-impeachment Senator voted in the negative. The court then adjourned s ine die. Tbe President pro. tem having assumed the chair in legislative session,a motion to adjourn was voted down. A number of petitions were presented. Mr. Anthony rose to a personal explanation. He said the Chair would bear him witness that lie had seldom made explanations of a private character, and lie would notdo it now but that his name had been improperly brought he tore the public in connection with that of another person of high character by a Washington newspaper, that ought to know better. Tha' paper had stated that he had recently dined with the Cliiel Justice, with whom he lent af . terwards been closeted for over three hours, and who had plied him with arguments against the conviction of tho President. He would not express any opinion as to the magnitude of tbe offence of a Senator’s dining with tho Chief Justice, nor as to whether it he a crime to con sult with an officer whose constitutional duty it is to preside over such trials, hut lie would say he had not had the honor of dining with the Chief Justice during this session, nor had lie been closeted witli that gentleman or had any consultation with him on the subject, nor liad any arguments been adduced to him from that source. He had been a journalist fora very long period, and knew the vexations and troubles incident to that profession and the difficulty of verifying the statements of facts. He knew that wit h the utmost pains taking and the best intentions, misstatements of facts would occur, and he was, therefore, quick to extend to others that charitable construction which lie had so often desired for himselt; but for a statement so utterly wittiout foundulio i, there was no excuse, and holding the prof s sion as lie did. in honor and esteem, he felt bound to condemn that kind ot journalism which penetrates intodiuiug rooms and listens at key holes, that seasons personality with cal umny anil adds falsehood to malignity. Mr. Willey rose to a personal explanation, ■saying lie only felt called upon to notice the matter, because it might be inferred from his silence that there was some truth in the report which connected his name witli that ot tho last speaker, as having been in conference with the Chief Justice on the subject of the trial. He pronounced it utterly false, and not only so but he knew of no Senator who had any such conference. There had been no conversa tion between them, nor overtures from one to the other since the trial commenced, further thau|accidental meetings in the corridor and saying, “How do you do?” Mr. Johnson made a further personal expla nation for the purpose, lie said,of doing justice to others. On the evening when the Senate was in deliberation upon the ease of the Pres ident, lie having expressed a desire during the recess for the company of Mr. Henderson, as the reporter understood him, that Senator re plied that lie had been invited to go in the car riage with the Chief Justice. He then invited him (Mr. Henderson) to be one of the party and they rode together to Sixth street in an open barouche, whereupon the Chief Justice asked him to slay and dine, the Senate having adjourned until half past 7. He was obliged to decline, however, on account of engage ments at home. Tile honorable member from Missouri (Mr. Henderson), however, said he having no family now (laughter) was able to accept, and 1 take it for granted that he dined with him. The next morning, or as 1 think that day, from this Senate chamber ajournal ist who indulges in a sporting magazine, writes homo either by mail or by telegraph, that on that day there dined witli the Chief Justice the honorable member from Illinois. Mr, TrumUull-s-1 haven’t dined with him for a year. Mr, Johnson continuing, said‘ The honora ble gentleman from Maine, who sits (urtherest me, (Mr. Fessenden,) the honorable member from Tennessee (Mr. Fowler) on the other side of tbe chamber, the honorable member from Missouri and myself, aud the subject of con sideration was not only the disposition'o be made ot impeachment, but the necessity ot looking to the public good, and of organizing a new party. Mr. Johnson proceeded to ridi” cule the idea of a new party being there formed unless, he said, it was a dinner party. (Laugh ter.) Men who indulge in such slanders should receive the reproof of all honorable members, and should never be suffered to pol lute this chamber bv their presence. What the opinions of the Chief Justice are in rela tion to impeachment, or what reasons led him to adopt them if he had any decided opinions, be (Mr. Johnson) did not know. He bad his own, and had no desire to consult the Chief J ustice about them; and he was satistied that the other Senators referred to had no consul tation with him, and would not have sought or permitted any with the view to influence their judgment. A paper here in our midst, Mr. Johnson continued, edited by one of the offi cers of this body, a gentleman of whom l do not desire to speak unkindly, because he has always as far as I know spoken kindly of me has assailed with a bitterness that I liave nev er seen equalled, tbe members of the Senate aud lias denounced this body in advance it they dared to pronounce the President “not guilty ot the charges. They have dared to do it and whatever may he the excited feeling of the hour without meaning to call in question [ the rectitude of Senators who have differed ‘r?“1 havu no doubt that a hereafter, and a hereafter soon to come, probably a judgment will be pronounced at least to the extent of saying that what they did they done it from a conviction that what they did was the result ot their calmest and most deliberate construc tion ol the law and the evidence, and that they were bold enough or defiant enough of all ef forts to control them in the exercise ot an of ficial duty finally to decide as they did decide, the result of which may be seen in the deter mination ot this prosecution. Mr. Fessenden said he had no explanation to make and no apologies to offer to anybody in connection with himself. He had seen a great many newspaper articles charging him with various things. In reply lo which, all lie had to say was that they were all false. Inasmuch as alter thorough examination he found they met witb no credit in his own section, it was unnecessary for bim to make anv explanation. Hu stood upon his character, which be sun p.0Re',1, ?voul<1 take care of itself. While he should be very happy to dine witb the Chief d usticeion any occasion, he had not had that honor during this session; nor have I had any consultation with him, lie continued, directly or indirectly with reference to this trial; 110'r have I had one word with him on the subject ot any political party, nor oil the subject oi his beiug a candidate for tbe Presideiisy. The 0 . ^/hing I think that the Chief Justice ever said to me with regard to his being a candi date, was said while I was Secretary of tho treasury, or about that time, when he said he bad no desire to he a candidate tor the office. " Uat his own private wishes now may be I cannot say. They have never been committed to me, tor what reason I do not know. Per haps lor tbe reason that I liave always been in favor ot the distinguished officer who is now the nominee of tbe Republican party. Mr. Fessenden closed by denying that tbe Chief Justice had ever opened his mouth to him on the subject, and by saying his sole purpose in speaking was to clear tho Chief Justice from the imputation. Mr. Howe said a few words, in an undertone, understood to be expressive of pleasure at Mr. hessendeus avowal that be favored tbe Re publican nominee for the Presidency. At the 2.45 the Senate adjourned. HOUSE. Tlie Sergeaut-at-Arms appeared at the bar ot the House with Wooley, the belligerent wit uess A demurrer from the witness was read, which called forth considerable debate. Mr. Boutwell then offered the following resolu tion: Resolved, That the Speaker ot the House again propose to C. W. Wooley the questions contained in the resolution of this day, which was adopted, aud that the said Wooley be in formed that the House requires definite and explicit answers to the questions propounded te be made forthwith. Pending a consideration of the resolution, the House, as a committee ot the whole, pro ceeded to the bar of the Senate. They return ed to the hall at If o’clock. The Speaker announced the pending ques ^obe t^o resolution of Mr. Boutwell. Mr. Eldridge raised a question that the court having adjourned sine die that the functions of the managers had ceased. The Speaker acknowledged this but said the question before the House was one of con tempt. Mr. Butler offered a resolution continuing the existence of the Iuijieachment Managers. This was adopted, 91 to 30. wMr; Boutwell offered a resolution that W oolcy be detaiued in close custody until lie adopted SlTir0*' ^ conte”P‘. which was the'sergeant^a't-Arms? int0 ** Mr. Banks offered a resolution requesting the President to inform the House what moas uies have been taken to obtain indemnities iroui the Spanish government for spoliation on tne commerce of American citizens during the late war with the South American Republic, and transmit any correspandence "hat ha* tak en place on the subject between the United btates and the Spanish government Adopt ™Th?»??use ^eilt !nto committee of the whole, Mr Blaine, of Maine, in the chair, and pro ceeded to a consideration of the Indian appro priation bill. Mr. Butler moved the first reading be dis pensed with. ^ ^The committee rose and the House adjourn onto. the expected prize fight. Cincinnati, May 26.—The coming prize fight between Mike MeCoole and Joe Coburn ere ates a great deal of excitement here. The city is thronged with * porting men from the East and r additions are made by every train. John C. Heeuan and about three hundred oth ers arrived Irorn New York last evening, and another delegation of the “fancy” of New York is expected to-day. A large amount of money has been staked on the contest. Some persons otter odds on MeCoole, and so far they have been readily taken up by Coburn’s inends. The fight will probably come off near the line ot the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad. Arrangements have been made for liarnev Aaron and Shephard to fight in the same ring for $2000 after MeCoole and Coburn’s mill Colmtn still remains atLatonia Springs. MeCoole left St. Louis last evening, and will I proceed to this city. Second Dispatch.—MeCoole has left for some point in Indiana, adjacent to the battle field. There is a difference of opinion regarding his condition, some persons thinking he lias too much flcsli. A rumor prevailed hero yester day, that Coburn drank very hard the day be fore in consequence of his discomfiture on Saturday night, and his friends are very anxious about him. Large sums of money are said to have gone from here to he staked on MtCooIe. NORTH CAROLINA. GEN. MII.es GIVES ADVICE TO THE FRKEDMEN. Charleston, Iviay 25.—Gen. Miles, Assist ant Commissioner of the Freedmen’s Bureau for North Carolina, issued a circular drawing the attention of the colored people to the ad vantage to he derived from Freedmen’s Sav ings Banks incorporated under an act of Con gress. Gen. Miles tells the negroes that every thing has been done for them that was possible, and that their future career and success in life must be determined by their own actions—one great and important lesson to he learned by them being the value and use of money. SENTENCE COMMUTED. A R. Prysock, sentenced to be hanged for robbery, has had his sentence commuted to ten years’ imprisonment by Gov. Orr. PERSECUTIONS FOR POLITICAL OPINIONS. The poor of both races in Nortli Carolina complain that they arc being oppressed and persecuted on account of their political senti ments and that groceries, &c., are refused them unless they pay double the usual prices. Iu order to gain correct information, General Miles has directed the agents of the Fre.d men’s Bureau to report all the cases of the kind referred to at once to headquarters with any proofs or affidavits that can be furnished ItllODK INLAND. GOV. BURNSIDE INAUGURATED. Newport, May 2(i.—Gen. Burnside was to day inaugurated Governor for the third time. The military display, which is customary on the occasion, was nearly as large as usual de spite the rain. Charles C. Van Zandt was re-elected Speak er of the House, and John Turner and Joshua Addcman Clerks. Sumner \V. Sherman was re-elected Clerk of the Senate. The Legisla ture will probably adjourn on Wednesday to meet in Providence on the first of the coming week, lor tl.e purpose of electing a U. S. Sen ator to succeed Senator Sprague. CANADA. A WITNESS AGAINST THE PRISONER WHEEI.AN SEVERELY BEATEN. Oitawa, May 2ti.—The witness Turner, who gave evidence against Wheelan, while attend ing a ball last night, was inveigled outside and brutally beaten by three men, two of whom were subsequently arrested. Graham,auotlier witness, yesterday received a threatening let ter, with drawings of a coffin and pistol, and remarks to the effect that he was not lorgot teu, and the Fe nians never did things 1 y : halves. INDIANA. THE ADAMS’ EXPRESS ROBBERY. Cincinnati, May 20.—The officers who were appointed to investigate the late robbery of Adams & Co.’s Express near Seymour, Ind., report the total loss $'17,000—a portion of which is in government bonds; also 840,000 in green backs ot large size. The numbers of both bonds and money bad been taken ami Inrnislied the company, and circulars containing the list have been sent for distribution among the banks and brokers. None of the tliieves”have been arrested. VERMONT. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT—TWO WOMEN CARRIED OVER A DAM AND DROWNED. Rutland, May 20.—Two ladies who were out boating on ISIack river at Cavendish, last eve ning, approached too near the dam, and becom ing frightened tried to save themselves by jumping overboard, but both were carried over the dam and drowned. Their names were Miss Ellen Casey and Mrs. Horatio Knight. MISSOURI. LIBEL SUIT AGATN8T A NEWSPAPER. . St. Louis, M.ay 26.—Capt. Marstou lias sued the Democrat for $20,000 damages, for an al leged libel in copying from the La Crosse Democrat a statement that be had swindled that paper. Arrival of Nieamrr Danifliicufi. Farther Point, May 26.—The steamship *roM1 Dublin, arrived this morning, With 667 passengers. NEW WORK* IMPEACHMENT OP A CANAL COMMISSIONEH. Albany, May 26.—The Court of Appeals aud the Senate met jointly to-day as a Court of impeachment for the trial ot Robert C, Dorn, Canal Commissioner. THE CHINESE EMBASSY. New York. May 28.—The Chinese Embassy visited Central Park to-day. Mr. Burlingame will probably remain here all this week. MASSACHUSETTS. PROPOSITION OF WINCHELL THE DEFAULTER. Springfield, May 26.—Volney Wincbell, the absconding broker ot this city, has made a proposition to his creditors through his attor ney lor a settlement. He offers to give his notes for one year on the ftill amount ot his indebtedness. His whereabouts are still un known. V1BOINIA. TRIAL OF JEFF DAVIS. Richmond, May 26.—Chief Justice Chase having assented to June 3d as the day lor com mencement ol the trial of Jell Davis, if the impeachment trial was finished, it is under stood to-day that the trial will certainly take place then. EUROPE. GREAT BRITAIR. London, May 26.—Michael Barrett, one of the Fenians convicted of causing the Clerken well explosion in December last, sutiered the extreme peualty >1 the law at Newgate this forenoon. TURKEY. Vienna, May 26.—Telegrams have been re ceived here giving the particulars of a very for midable revolt which has broken out in the province of Rossuia in Turkey. Troops are being rapidly pushed torward from Constanti nople to quell the disturbance. GERMANY. Munich, May 26.—The treaty for the mutual protection of naturalized citizens, which the American Minister, Mr. Baucrofc, has been negotiating with the Bavarian Cabiuet, has been signed. Berlin, May 26.—Prussia has taken the iui tiative in the proposed general disarmament by command of King William, the reduction to be forthwith made in Land we hr. FRANCE. Paris, May 26.—Marshal Niel, in his official report, declares the Chassepot rifle the best tire arm known. He also states that these guns are now being made in the Government arsenal at the rate of 1600 a day, and that all the in fan try of the Freucli army are now supplied with them. CHINA. London, May 26.—Dispatches from Shang hai state that the Chinese rebels had laid siege to the important commercial town of Teintzin in Peiho river,about seventy miles irora Pekin. COJIMEHCIAL. IVcw York Mtoeli mill Money Ulnrket. New York, May 26.—Money easy at 4@5 per rent., with transactions to Government dealers at 3 per cent Prime paper wanted at 0 ffl 7 per cent.— Sterling Exchange lirm. Gold firm, closing at 1404. The shipments lo-dav were #420.000; that of to-mor row will he about #725,000 Loans made at 3 to 1 per cent, for carrying and Hat for buying. The con versions of 7-30’s were heavy to-day, reaching #5. 824.800. Tne Treasury sold no Gold and bought no 7-30’s. Governments strong and active. Henry Clewes & Co. turnisli the lollowing4.3f)quotaiiens‘ Coupon 6V 1881,115$ @ 115}; do 5’s 1862.110$ @ 1104; do 1864.108$ @ 109; do 1805,109 @ 109}; do new, 111 @ im^ow,111*6,Hi; 10-10’s, 105$ @ 105$; 7-30’s, TheKallway market is buoyant and higher, though the closing quotations were hardly up to the highest point. There is considerable short interest in many shares, which sistains the market. Border State bonds in active demand, though there are few ofl’er ings; prices higher. The following are 5.30 figures: Canton, 54} @55.1; Cumberland 35 @35*; Adams’ Express, 574 @57*; Pacific Mad. 96 @ 964; N. Y. Centra], 131$ @ 131$ ; Erie, 70} @ 70$; do preferred, 76 @76*; Hudson, 140 @ 110$; Beading, 91*@94$; Michigan Central, 119@119*; Michigan Southern, 87$ @ 87$; Illinois Central, 148 @ 148}; Cleveland & Pittsburg, 88} @ 88*; Toledo. 109}; Bock Island, 68$ @68}; Chicago & North Western, preferred, 79® 794; Port Wayne, 112} @ 112$. Mining shares dull; smith & Parmalee 255; New York 60 @61. The receipts at the Sub-Treasury to-day amount ed to 91,583,669; payments #1.028,889; balance $101, 299,739. Domestic Market*. New York, May 26.-Flour—sales 8900 bbls.; State an<l Western boavy and 10 @ 20c lower; super fine State 8 16 @ 8 80; extra 9 00 @ 10 25; round boon Ohio 9 70 @ 13 40; extra Western 9 00 @ 10 40; White Wheat extra 11 50 @ 12 00; Southern dull and de clining; extra 9 80 @ 14 75; California heavy and low er; sales 1200.sacks at 11 00 @ 13 50. Wheat dull and 2@ 3c lower; sales 2G,000bush.; Chicago Spring No. 2 at 2 21 @ 2 23. Corn opened stea ly and closed dull and drooping; sales69,000 bush.; new Mixed Western 1 09 @ 110. Oats dull; sales 22,000 bush.; Western 86$ @ 87c in store. Beef steady. Pork dull and heavy; sales 1600 bbls.; new mess 28 f2 @ 28 75, clos ing at 28 70 regular. Lard firm and in fair demand; sales 850 bbls. at 18$ @19$c. Butter—Ohio 26 @ 30c; State|30 @ 33c. Whiskey quiet. Coiton opened with more doing; sales 1400 bales; Middling uplands 30 @ 30Je. Rice quiet. Sugar steady; sales 650 hlids.; Muscovado 11$ @ 12$c. Coffee firm; sales 2500 bags Rio at full prices. Molasses steady. Naval Stores quiet. Oils dull. Petroleum quiet. Freights to Liv erpool drooping; Flour per steamer ls9d; Grain per sail 4$d; Corn per steamer 6d. Buffalo, N. Y., May 25.—Flour dull and unchang ed; 10 25 @ 10 50 for city ground Spring. Wheat downward tendency, millers buying for immediate needs; sales 3300 bush. Green Bay club and 5000 do Fort W3sliington club at 2 20; 1000 bush. No. 2 Chi cago Spiing a* 2 08. Corn dull and weak; sales 22,000 bush. Western in lots at 1 00. Oats dull and lower; sales 26,000 bush., to arrive, at 77 @ 78c. Rye is wanted; market bare. Seeds—season over. Barley dull; sales one car Canada at 2 25 delivered. Mess firm at 29 00. Lnrd. firm at I9$c. Fish firm and scarce; sales 100 halt bbls. at 7 00 tor Trout, 7 75 for White Fish. Chicago, May 26.—Flour uominal. Wheat mod erately active; sales No. 2 at 194$ @195; No. 1 at 2 00 @2 01. Corn active and firmer; sales No. 1 89 @ 1 89$c in store. Oats in tair demand and advanced $c; buyers otter 68$c. Provisions almost nominal. Cincinnati, May 26.—Provisions quiet and un changed. St. Louis, Mo., May 25.—Tobacco unchanged.— Cotton dull. Flour dull; Spring extra 8 00; double extra 10 00 @ 11 25; triple extra to fancy 12 50 @ 14 2"*. Wheat unchanged; prime to choice Fall 2 65 @ 2 85; Spring 1 90 @ 1 97$; fancy Iowa 2 13 @2 15. Corn dull at 87 @|91c Oafs heavy at 79 @ 81c. Bailey quiet; common Spring 2 10. Rye easier at 187$@ 1 88. Provisions quiet and unchanged. Mess Pork 29 00. Bacon—shoulders 13$c; clear rib sides 16$c; clear sides 17;c. Lard nominal; tierces 19c. Live stock—common to choice Cattle 5 00 @ 8 50 ewt., gross weight; Sheep 3 50 @ 7 50 head. Louisville, May 25.—Tobacco—sales 94 hlids. at 6 95 @ 15 00 for common lugs to fair leaf. Flour—su per a no 8 75 @9 00. Wheat 2 50 @ 2 55. Corn 93 @ 95c. Oats 83 @ 85c. Lard 18$ @ 19c. Mess Pork 2850. Bacon—shoulders 14 @ 14$c; clear sides 17$ @ l*c. Bulk shoulders 13 @ 13$c; clear sides 16$ @ 17c. Cotton dull and nominal. Memphis. May 25.—Cotton—rcceip'.s 150 bales; exports 43 bales; stock 970 bales Flour firm and quiet. Pork 29 50 @ 30 ()0. Bacou—shoulders 14c; clear sides 18c. Lard 19$ @ 21e. Corn 1 00. Oats 87 $c. Charleston, S. C., May 26.—Cotton nominal; buyers withdrawn; no sales. Savannah, May 26.—Cotton-low Middling 2fc. Mobile, May 26.—Cotton nominal. New Orleans, May 26.—Cotton unsettled at 28$c; sales 3100 bales. Foreigu Market*. London, May 26—Afternoon.—American securi ties—United States 5-20s 71$ @ 71$; Erie shares 45$. Liverpool, May 26—Afternoon.—Cotton market nominal; sales 3000 bales; Middling uplands ll$d; Middling Orleans ll$d. Breadstuffs dull; Wheat easier; Red Western 13s; California White 14s 6d; Flour 34s. Pork firm. Lard dull. Naval Stores dud. Portland Daily Press Stock List. For the week ending May 26, 186$. Descriptions. Par Value. Offered. Asked Government 6’s, 1881.115.116 Government 5-20,1862,.110 Ill Government 5-20.1864.108.109 Government 5-20.1865.1..108_ 109 Government5-20, July,.110 .... Ill Government 7-30, 1st series.90j| 100 Government 7-30, 2d and 3d series,....108 ....108$ Government 10-40,....104 105 Slate of Maine Bonds,. 99.100 Portland City Bonds, Municipal,....... 95$.96$ Portland City Ail otB. It.93.95 Bath City Bonds. 91.93 Bangor City Bonds, 20 years,.91.93 Calais City Bonds. 91.93 Cumberland National Bank.40. 47. 48 Canal National Bank,.100.110.Ill First National Bank,.100.HO.Ill Casco National Bank,.100.110.Ill Merchants’National Bank. 75. 78$.79$ National Traders’ Bank.loo.109$.110$ Second National Bank.100 90. 95 Portland Company.100. 65. 75 Portland Gas Company,. 50. 53 54 Ocean Insurance Company,_100.100.103 At. & St. Lawrence It. K.,.59.55 At. & SI. LawrenceR.lt. Bonds,100. 82. 83 A. & Iv. It. It. Bonds,.82. 85 Maine Central It. It. Stock,_100. 20.23 Maine Central It. It. Bonds.82.85 Leeds &Farni’glon R. It. St’k, 100.65.75 Portland &Ken It. It. Bonds,. 100.81.,82 Portland & Forest Av’n’e It. it, 100.50.60 Portland Glass Company,.100_:. .45.55 Richardson's Wharf Co.100.95.100 Bouou Stock Mmi Sales at the Brokers* Board, May 23. American Gold. 139$ U S Coupon Sixes. 1881. 114 United Slates 7-30s, June. I03jj United States 5-20s, 1862. “ July. 1865. Ill 44 1K«7. Ill 44 small. 111$ United Slates T -n-tortiev. 104$ Portland City Sixes, .. 9K York Manuiacturing Company. 1297$ Portland Dry Goods Market* Corrected by Messrs Woodman, Truk & Co. COTTON GOODS. inches. Price. Heavy Sheeting,.37.1G$@ 174 Fine Sheeting,.36. 14 @ 15 Fine Sheeting,. 40.15 @ 16 Medium Sheeting,.37.124(a) 14 Light Sheet lug,.37. 10$@ 114 Shirting,.27 to 30.9 @11 BLEACHED SHEETING. Good Bleached Sheeting,.36.18 @ 20 Good Bleached Sheeting,.9-8.19 @ 23 Medium Sheeting,.36.134(a) 164 Shirting,.27 to 32.9$@ 12$ DRILLING. Heavy Drilling,.30.1G$@ 18 Medium,.30.14$@ 17 Corset J cans,.12$@ 18 COTTON FLANNELS. Heavy Cotton Flannels,.IS @ 20 Medium Cotton Flannels.14 @ 16 Bleached Cotton Flannels.15 @ 27* STRIPED SHIRTING. Heavy Striped Shirting,.30.18 @ 20 Heavy Striped Shirting,.27.14 $@ 15$ Medium Striped Shirting,.27.10 @ 12$ TICKING. Heavy Ticking,.35 @ 37$ Medium Ticking,.20 @27* Light Weight Tickings,.12 @15 , COTTONADES. Heavy double and twist.35 @ 42$ DENIMS. neavy Denims,.25 @ 30 Medium Denims,.20 (u> 25 Light Weight Denims.... 10 @ 15 ,, , , ,, CAMBRICS AND PRINTS. Coiored Cambrics. 10 @ 10} Best Prints.12 (® 13 Medium Prints,.n g ,2 Cheap Prints. 81® 91 delaines. DeLalnes,. @ 18 CRASH. ora®*1>. 10 @ 15 BATTING, WADDING, &c. Cotton Batting, & lb. i8 ® 25 Cotton Wadding, lb,.20 Cm 25 Wicking,..40® 45 WOOLEN GOODS. Kentucky Jeans, ..20 @ 371 Satinets,.45® 55 Union Meltons,.75 (a l 00 Black Union Casshueres,.80 ®l 00 WOOL FLANNELS. Bine Mixed Twilled Flannels,...3C @ 45 Blue and Scarlet.35 ® 45 Pori land Whole,,,!, Price* (TatH-iti. Corrected for the Press to May, 20 Apples. Baldwins No.l 5 00*6 50 Bussells 7 00 @ 7 50 Dried*} lb... 10 @ 14 Ashes. Pearl *} lb.none Pot. 8 @ 9 Beans. Marrow 19 bu. 4 50 @ 4 75 Pea. 5 00 ® 5 75 Blue Pod. 5 00 @ 5 25 Yellow Eyes.. 5 00 @ 5 SO Box Shooks. Pine. 70 @ 75 Bread. Pilot p 100 lb 13 00 @15 00 Pilot ex 100 lbl000@12 0 0 Ship.7 50 @ 10 00 Crackers*} 100 50 @ 65 Butter. v amily g> lb .choice 35 @ 45 Store. 25 @ 30 Candles. Mould H lb... 15j@ 16 Sperm_ 40 @ 42 Cement. P brl.2 30 @2 40 Cheese. Vermont H lb 15 @ 17 New York ... 15 @ 17 Prime Country, 15 17 Coil—(Retail). Cumberland. II 00 @1000 Lorb’y&Dia. 8G0@ 850 Lehigh. 8 00 @ 8 .50 K & W Ash.. 8 00 @ 8 50 Cofl'ee. Java*) lb.... t'8 @ 40 llio. 24 @ 26 Cooperage. Hliil.Sb'ks.v lids, Mol. City.. .3 00 @ Sug.City.. .2 75 @ 3 00 Sug.C’lry. .150 @ 1 75 C’tly Kill M ol, Hhd.Sb’ks. 150 ffi 1 75 Ilhd.H’d’gs, Soft Pine... S8 @ 30 Hard Pine.. 30 o) 33 Hoops,(14 ft).30 00 @35 on tt.Oak Stavcs45 00 @50 00 Copper. Cop.Sheathing 35 @ Y.M.Shca11iing26 @ Biouze Metal 26 @ Y. M, Bolts... 27 @ Cordage. American H lb 19 j@ 20 Manila. 2!' @ 22) Manila Boltropc 23 Drugs and Dyes. Alcohol H gal 4 00 @ Arrow Boot... .30 @ 70 Bi-Carh Soda 7 @ 74 Borax. 35 @ 37 Camphor . .. .1 15 @ 1 17 Cream Tartar .13 @ 40 Indigo.1 50 (a) 1 75 Dogwood ex... 13 @ 14 Madder. 17 aJ 18 Naptha Hgal. 30 m 40 Opium Htb.!S 11 00 (a) Rhubarb.3 00 w Sal Soda. 3J@ 4 Saltpetre. 12 @ 20 Sulphur. G @ i'l Vitriol. 12 @ 14 Duck. No.l,. @ 58 No. 10,. @ 34 Ravens. @ 28 Dyewoods. Barwood. 3 @ Brazil Wood.. 13 @ Camwood_ 8 @ 9 Fustic,. 3 @ 5 Logwood, Campeachy. 3 @ St. Domingo 2 fa) 3 Peach Wood.. s @ RedWood_ 5 @ 9 Pish. Cod, H dll. Large Shore 6 25 @ 6 50 Large Bank 575 (a) G 25 Small.2 75 @ 3 25 Pollock.2 50 (a) 3 0(1 Haddock,.1 75 @ 2 25 Hake.2 75 @ 3 00 Herring, Shore, H bl.7 00 @ 7 50 Scaled,Hbx. 40 @ 45 No. 1. 25 @ 30 Mackerel t'l hi. Bay No.l 23 00 @24 00 No. 2.... none Large 3.... 1200 @13 00 Shore Nc. 22 00 @ 23 00 No. 2- 19 00 (g) 20 00 No. 3- lioue Plour. White Winter choice xx 15 50 @17 50 xx 14 50 @15 50 x 13 50 @14 50 Red Winter xx. 14 00@ 15 00 x. 13 50@ 14 50 Spring xx.. 12 50@ 13 50 x.. 11 50@ 12 50 Superfine. 9 50 @10 50 St. Louis & Southern Superior xx 15 00@17 00 Canada Superior xx 14 50 @15 00 Michigan x- Western Sup’r xx .. 14 5ft@15 50 California. 14 00@ 15 25 Pruit. Almonds—Jordan H lb. SoftShell... @34 Shelled. @ 50 Pea Nuts.3 50 @ 3 75 Citron,new... 37 @ 38 Currants. new 1G Dates, New.... 12@ 13 Figs. 20 @ 21 Prunes,.. 17 @ 20 Raisins. Bunch,pbx4 00 @ 4 10 Layer.4 20 @ 4 30 Lemons, 7 00 @ 7 50 Granges,)? bx 8 00 @9 00 Grain. Corn. Mixed.. 1 20 @ 1 22 SoutbernYel. 1 23 @1 25 Southern While 1 25@ R.ve.2 20 @2 30 Barley.1 90 @ 2 10 Oats.88 @ 90 Shorts H ton. 43 00@ 45 00 Fine Feed... 50 00 52 00 Gunpowder. Blasting.4 50 @ 5 00 Sporting.6 50 @ 6 75 Shipping.5 50 @ 5 75 Hav. Pressed JXonlG 00 @19 00 Loose.18 00 @20 00 Straw. 10 00 @12 00 Hides and Skins. Buenos Ayres 20 @ 27 Western. 19 @ 20 Slaughter_ 9 @ 91 Calfskins.... 25 @ Lamb Skins.. 05 @ 75 Iron. Common. 4j@ 4} Refined. 4j@ 5] Swedish. 7j@ 7( Norway. 8 @ 8.1 Cast Steel_ 25 @ 27 German Steel. 18@ Eng.Iilis.Steel 22 @ Spring Steel.. 10J@ 14 Sheet Iron, Englisl. 6J@ 71 It. G. 8J@ 103 Russia. 23 @ 25 Belgian.... 22 @ Lard. Baird, f»Ifc.. 20 @ 20i Kegs, pita.... 20j @ 21 Lead. Sheet & Pipe. 12 @ 12) Leather. New York, Light. 27 @ 28 Mid. weight 28 @ 32 Heavy. 28 @ 31 Slaughter .. 44 @ 48 Am. Calf.... 1 20 @ 1 40 Lime. Rockl’d,cask 1 20 ig 1 25 Lumber. Clear Pine, Nos. 1 & 2... .65 00 @60 00 Ho. 8.45 00 @50 00 No-4.25 00 @30 00 Shipping... 20 00 @23 00 Spruce.14 00 @18 00 Hemlock.... 1300 @15 no Clapboards, Spruce Ex..2600 @27 00 Pine Ex...40 00 @6000 Shingles, Cedar Ext.. 4 50 @4 75 CedarNo.l..3 00 @3 25 Shaved Cedar 5 75 r “ Pine 6 76 Laths, Spruce.250@ 3 00 Pine. 3 50 @ 4 OO Molasses. Porto Itico.... 75 @ 80 CienftiegOB.... 60 @ 65 Trinidad. 56 @ 73 Cuba Clayed.. 48 @ 49 Clayed tart none M uscovado new. 51 @ 55 SugarH.Syrup 40 @ Nails. Cask. 512)@ Naval Stores. Tar brl.. .5 00 @ 5 50 Pitcii fC. Tar 13 25 @ Wil. Pitch ... 5 50 Rosin.5 00 @ 12 00 Turpentine gal 67 @ 70 Oakum. American.... 10 @ 12) .. Oil. Kerosene,... 47)@ ?A*rl“.2 40 @ 2 60 Whale. 90 (g 1 00 Bank.21 00 (a/26 00 Shore.22 00 (a£4 00 l>nrgie.20 00 (a 22 00 Linseed. 1 IT ^ Boiled do.1 22 @ Lard.I 55 @1 6r, Clive.2 25 @'3 00 Castor.2 30 @ 2 50 Neatsfoot —1 60 @ 1 75 Itcliiicd Porgie 75 @ 80 „ Paints. Portl’d Lead. 14 5(1 @ Pure Grd do.14 50 @ Pure Dry do l l (10 @ Am.Zinc,... 1300 @ Rochelle Yel.. 3)@ 4 Eng.Ven.Red. 4 @ Red Lead. 13 @ 14 Litharge. 13 @ 14 „ . _ Plaster. Suit, IP ton. . 3 00@ Hard. 2 50 @ Produce. Beer, side )p lb 14 m 18 Veal. 10 @ 12 Spring Lamb 20 @ 25 Chickens. 25 @ 30 Turkeys. 25 @ 30 Geese. none Eggs, t> doz.. 22 @ 23 Potatoes, u> 1,1,1.4 GOB 4 50 linens ip brl.14 00 @' Cranberries, $10 @ 14 Provisions." Mess Beef, Chicago....19 00 @21 80 Ex Mess. .24 00 @25 00 Pork, ExtraClear33 00 @ clear.31 on @32 00 Mess.29 00 @29 50 Prime- 24 00 @120 00 Hams. 19 @ 20 Shoulders, 14 @ ig Kiee. Rice, pH)- 11 @ 13 Saleratus. Saleratusip It, 7j@ hj „ Salt. 3 Turk’s Is. i> hhd. (8bus.)3 50 @4 00 st. Martin, ckd,3 59 @4 00 Syracuse 3 75 @ 4 00 Cadizdutyp’d350 @ 4 00 Cadiz in bond 2 50 Gr’nd Butter. 27 @ , Soap. Extra St’ui Refined 10) Family. m' No. t. " 7! ' Oline.13 Chem Olive.101 Crane’s. 131 Soda. „ . Spices. Cassia, pure, so @ 85 Cloves. 42 (w 14 Ginger. 26 @ 28 Mace. 145 @ 1 50 HuGnegs.130 @ 135 Pepper. 33 @ 42 Starch. Pearl. 10 @ 11 „ Sugar. Forest Cily Refined : Standard Crushed, none Granulated_ @ 161 Extra and tine @ liu Jotfee A. Co) 15I “ B. @15} Extra C. @ 15) C. none Syrups ... 78 85 @100 Portland Sugar House : Yellow A A_ llj Extra Yellow.. @ 13 Eagle Sugar Refinery : Vcllow. @ 121 Extra do. @ 121 C. @ 13* C Extra.@ 14 Muscovado... 12 @ 13 Hav. Brown . 13* Hav. White... 15 @ 15J Centrifugal, 13 @ 13) Refining,. U) @ 12 Teas. souchong_ 75 @ 90 Oolong. 75 @ 95 Oolong, choicel 00 @ 1 05 •Japan. 90 @ 110 Till. Banca, cash.. 37 @ 39 Straits,cash.. 36 @ 38 English. 35)@ 30) Char. I. O... 12 no (a) 12 50 Char. 1.X...14 75 @15 25 Tobacco. Fives & Tens, Best Brands 70 @ 80 Medium.... 60 @ 65 Common... 55 @ 60 Hall lbs. best brands. 75 @ 80 Nat’lLcai; lbs.100 @ 1 25 Navy lbs. 75 @ 85 V arnish. Damar.2 25 @ 3 00 Coach.2 75 @ 0 00 Wool. tin wash’ll Fits: HI 27 @ 30 Washed do 37 @ 40 Zinc. Mosselman, sheet 12)@ 13 Lehigh . 12)@13 I>. W. CLARK, ICE HOUSE,MARKET STREET. Office Exchnugc Mlccei. SEASON TRICES FOR 18«8: 10 lbs. a day, troin June 1st to October l<t, $(; 00 IB “ ■■ (i (( (( o .( k oo 20 *• 11 ** ** <* ** »< 10 00 FORTY CENTS PER ONE HUftDRFD POUNDS. Ice will he delivered earlier than 1st June, and lat er than 1st October, at the same rate per month as during the season. It not taken lor the lull season, the price will be 10 lbs. a day per month, $2 00 15 “ “ “ “ 2 50 20 “ “ «• “ 3 00 Notice of change of residence, if given at the Office instead of the driver, will always prevent disap pointment. Any customer leaving town tor two weeks, or more at o/ir time, by giving notice at the office, will be en titled t) a proper deduction. Covplaints against the drivers for neglect, care lessness. or any other cause, must be made at the of fice, and will be attended to promptly. May 20. d6w ONLY25 CENTS. TOR Children teething The Great Quieting Remedy for Children. Contains NO MORPHINE OR POISON OUS DRUG; sure to Regulate the Bowels; allays all Pain; corrects Acidity of the Stomach; makes sick and weak children strong and healthy; cures Wind Colic, Griping, Inflammation of the Bowels, and all complaints arising from the effects of Teething. Call for Mother Bailey's Quieting Syrup, and take no other, and you are safe. Sold by Druggists and all dealers in Med icine. A. RICHARDS, New London, Conn., Agent for the United States. Pacific Mills California Flour. SACKS halves, ot this famous brand ot Flour, which gave such universal satisfaction last year, Just received and for sale by O’fiSrion, Pierce & Co., 153 Commercial Street, April 28,18C8. cltf •' TH E Concrete Pavement, Is the best and cheapest in use lor Sidewalks,Garden Walks, Carriage Drives, Cellars, Warehouse Floors, And for any place where a solid foundation is re quired. Orders Left at No. ti Month street promptly attended to. GATI.EY, NHEBIDAIV & GRIFFITHS March 31-eodtt Fine Pocket Cutlery! (Largest assortment in the city.) HEWISCH’S SHEARS (Tailor’s, Barber’s and Trimmer’s.) Fishing Tackle, (For Trout, Piekerell and Sea’Fishing.) Ai BAILEY’S GUN STORE, 43 EXCHANGE ST. 43. mr24eodt miscellaneous, The handsomest lot of REAL FKENCH CAMBRICS Ever ottered lor sale in this market can be seen at the very attractive new store of ROBERT E. MITCHELL. 169 Large Sign, 169. Middle St. ELEGANT PARASOLS JUST OPENED AT 109 Middle St. ROBERT E.MITOBELL. NEW COLORS Spring Cloakings, -AT .An Robert E. Mitchell’s. GOOD OIN LY $1.00 PER DOZEN, ROBERT E. MITCHELL’S. I HA VE OPEIVED A NEW DEPARTMENT O? In all grades from ihe lowest price to the liner qualities of Lisle Thread, at the Lowest Cash Prices, at the NEW STORE, 169 Middle St. 169. Robert E. Mitchell. May 20-dtt ]$ew Crop Teas. .JUST RECEIVED Some eery Choice IVcw Crop Teas, Selling Cheap at the Japanese Ten Store, 85 Federal St, Peb 29-dtt WM. L. WIItSON. Family Flour, Corn, Feed, Acc. N. G. CRAM, Offers lor snle at No. 150 Commercial SI, Family Flour, Yelloiv and Mixed Corn. Meal, Cracked Corn, May lg-dtt 8att' Bgg*> Notice. BY Order ot tlie County Commissi oners, the Port land Foro River Bridge, will be taken up tor re pairs OH MONDAY, May ISth. Will be up for about ten day?. », to J. PENNELL, May 13-d3w Chainnan Co. Commissioners. New Picture Frame Store. CYBU8 F. DAVISI, l^ORMERLY of the the firm ot A. Gever & Co., 1,th£store 145 Mi<l«lle St.,(over stock^of*** St°re ofters *° 1,is oW customers a large Picture Frames and Pictures, At Greatly Reduced Prices! ALL STYLES OF FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. May 25-d3t* trinidaFmolasses^” HOGSHEAR8 Choice Trinidad “ V7 iTIoIomch, Also 52 E0??*-.*.* a,lJ. t A superiorarUcle lor lam 50 Half Harrell ) ily use. For sale by J top ®ANOALIi, i ufuv a CO., 12C Commercial Street, head Central Wharf. May 25 dlw* Clapboards & Shingles. 30.000 a€„'APBOARl>"Bre"cd’ 100.000 CJBDAK SHINGLES. Will be sold low it called tor soon. Spruce Dimen sions Inruisbeil at short notice, by *nw2Sdtl_L'Head^PBrow?’BCWharf. Rare Clmuce S May 19, 18G8._ Star Match Corporation. w. & O. B. MILLIKEN, rorllun.1, Me.. GENERAL SELL! AG AG EATS. TN ottering to the public the Star Match, we claim tor them the following advantages to the censnni er, over any oilier Match, viz: Each hunch is full count, one hundred. Each gross contains 57G more than the common card matches. The lull count is equals to about six bunebes more in a gross than other matches. They keep in any climate. They have less poor than any other Sulphur Match. Matclf ar° longer tljau any other Sulphur Card They answer both for Splint and Card Matches 1 licy do not black the wall wl en rubbed on it. I he^y are (Kicked in fine shipping order, incases ages 71111 ^ ^ ^ an'^ £ro8s each, in 1-4 grosspaek The above named firm are the solo Selling Agents tor the oorpomtiou. E. P. GKKRISH, ) i At maK11 Kr,\ 5 rectors. _ , v , MAN ASS EH SMITH. ) October 1. dtt ' FISHER’S Mandrake Bitters ! IT CIUIKN JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA, LIVE It COMPLAINTS, Ami all kindred diseases. W. F. Fliillipss & Co., mayl2 PORTLAND. eodlmis for sale. House and not No. 10 Dow Street. ANEW 2J story wooden house containing 13 rooms with plenty closets and store room; nice cellar with cement floor. Well of pure wa^er. Ce ment cistern, capacity 40 hhds. Gas in every room. Heated with Furnace. A good coal and wood house connected. Every part is well built and finished throughout. The lot contains nearly four thousand square ieet, graded and prepared for a garden. This is one ot the best and prettiest medium class houses now offered in this city, and is sold tor no fault. For turther particulars enquire at the house, or at No, 151 Middle Street. May 20, 1868. dtf For Sale, NEW and second hand EXPRESS AND SIDE SPRING WAGONS. B3T*Kepairing done at short notice at J. MANN’S Carriage Shop, may21dlw No. 45 Preble Street. ~ MISCELLANEOUS^ " MISS SAWYER’S *94 jK. EVE* TTEKE you have a salve combining soothing aud ^7 "l'a ,n£ properties with noilangerous ingredi ^*f,m,e(ly ft hand tor the many pains and it nmr . DoLii18 im‘ br.Ul¥9 fco w»‘*<*h the flesh is heir. appLie‘! tlwn many other remedies, never producing a bad effect, but always relievin'* pain, however severe. s It is pieparod by MISS SAWYER, who has us- d tow“ extensive treatment of the sick, tor n»‘.l,r y twenty years, with great success. J he principle diseases for which this Salve is re ia.T?* <:,lilbl Rheumatism, Piles, Scrofula, Old Ulcers. Salt. Rheum, Sprains, Burns S&fftaES. «**•*. W4elai, Sore rnrni^^f. rIfC',’Dc,i?e8s’ Boi's> Ring-worms, Coins Bucaot Insects, CamiTs, Toothaclie, Eur Baldness, Swollen Breasts, Cn!s it. ,,'/ /*ea?’ leetlnng, Chapped Hands, Scalds, children ’ Crou1’’ Bracked Li!*, aud Sores on li will never fail (o cure Rheumatism il properly applied. Hub it on well with the hand three times iV. i.'i I '"““'■cr.-il cases it bas cured palsied limbs, i S 11 llas bcen discovered to be a Bure rcin ? '. Persons who have been alllicted foe years arMrr .2 relieved by a lew applicafons. For Kit Y Vf» BbAS It works wonders, allaying ihe liiHainiin 1,10 patient. For CHAPPED “A”iPr.'V’EKKiS'iiA enre immediately, fait iliose witbSALl RHEUM obtain tiiis Salve and apply it •reely, and they will find if in valuable. 11 is gbod in caseot SCROFULA am] TUMORS.—CANCERS have been cured with it. The best Salve ever in y;;"'ed 'or SWOLLEN BREAST and SORE NIP £££%• "."'yjy'nJnrious, but sure to afford relief. SOKE or WEAK EYES—Rub it on the lids gently, once or twice a day. Cures deafness by putting it In the ears on a piece ot cotton. For PIMPLES tins acts like a charm. For BURNS and SCALDS ]Jie Salve at once and it gives immediate rchet. For OLD SORES, apply once a day. bon Houses and Cattle.—For Sores or bruises on Horses or Cattle this Salve is invaluable, and SjJ® a.-tonishing effect in curing scratches on horses, inis Salve has worked its own wav into notoriety, aud is a safe and sure remedy tor all the above ail ments. PUT UP IN BOXES AT 25cta, SOcts, anil $1.00 each. A great saving is made by taking large box. PREPARED BV MISS C. SAWYER • AND PUT UP By L. M. ROBBINS, Wholesale and Retail Drug-gist, Rockland, Maine. Who is Miss Sawyer ? Miss Sawyer lives in the city of Rockland, Knox punty, Maine. She has devoted the best years of her life to nursing the sick, and has had more ex pcrienco In the cure of obstinate diseases, old Sores and Ulcers, and has also been consulted iu more cases ot accidents,such as Bums, Scalds aud Bruises than any other person in New England, professional or otherwise, she l*as competed successfully with the most able physicians in the States, as well as with nurses and Indian doctors. From timo to time she has compounded remedies tor the use in certain diseases in her own practice. Among other compounds she has for many years made a Salve which soon obtained an extensive Sale, and is now in great demand abroad, as well as in pri vate families and among the hundreds of men engag ed at Rockland and vicinity in the hazardous busi ness of quarrying rock and burning lime, and also among the seamen along the coast ot Maine. So pop ular did it become that while it was only put up in old mustard boxes, without labels or the help of ad vertisements, Miss Sawyer received orders, (or it from nearly or quite every State in the Union. The demand finally became so extensive that she was un able to meet it, ami she made an arrangement with li. M. ROBBINS, a druggist ot Rockland, to t»b, cliarge of ttie DUSinesn nnrt supply rtic trade. The agent is so well satisfied with the merits ol the Med mine that he guarantees it to cure all diseases for which it is recommended, and anv one who gives it a tnaJ according to directions, and is not satisfied, is invited to return the box, with half the contend, and the money will bo refunded. Full directions with each box. Recommendations. Tlie following are a few selected from the multi tude qJ recommendations in the possession of the Agent. [From Mrs. Elizabeth Coombs, Brunswick.) __ _ Brunswick, April 4,1867. Miss Sawyer.—I received your letter last evening and was very glad you concluded to let me *ako vour Salve. L think I can do well with it, and it will be quite an accommodation to my husband, as he can not get along without it. He has tried everything else and has never lound anything that healed his leg as that Salve of yours, and we have both found it to be all and even more than y u recommend it. to be. We have had it in the family 5 or 6 years, and I have used it for everything and can truly say we have never found its equal. I use it for weak back and it acts like a charm, air Coombs bas bail a Fe ver Sore on his leg for thirty years and would be a cripple to-day if he had not found a remedy in your Salve. It keens ithealed, and takesout the inflamma tion, proud flesh, and swelling, and does for him all that he can ask. I can recommend it for a good many things you have net, lor I use it for everything. I consider it invaluable in a family, it you can put this testimony together, and it can be of service to you, you are welcome. You can send me large boxes it you please, and a lew little ones. lean do tetter with the large ones. Yours, Sic.., EL IZ BETH COOMBS. [From the Ifev. E. A. Helmershausen, now of Bucksport, Maine. This certifies that I have used Miss Sawyer’s Salve and consider it superior to any t ther. I cheer fully recommend it to all in want of a good Salve. r E A. HELMERSHAUSEN. January 25,1867. [From S. M. Stetson qf Freeport, Maine] T _ , Freeport, March 20, I860. I hereby testify that Miss Sawyer’s Salve has cured a swelling on my heel of several years' standing. 1 gladly recommend it to the public as an invaluable remedy lor swelling aud lameness ot any kind. S. M. STETSON. [From Dr. B. Richard Clay, Boston, Mass.] This is to certify that I have known Miss Sawyer’s Salve tor more than five years, and ot its having been success ully used in many cases. I consider it a superior article, and well worthy the confidence of those requiring such a remedy. „ 4 , K. RICHARD CLAY, M. D. Boston, Dec. 10th, 1807. [From Mr Sc Mrs. Wm. R, Kendall, Freeport, Me.] Among the many Salves now in use, Miss Sawyer’s stands pre-eminent for almost all the aches and pains the human family are afflictedSWitli. For Rheuma tism, Lame Joints, Nervous Headache, it gives in stant. relief We have used i lor several years, and find it an unfailing remed for burns, scalds, sore throat, salt rheum, swelled joints, Sic., Sic. We cheerfullv recommend it to the public us being per fectly safe aud good for many more aches than we have mentioned. MR. & MRS. WM. R. KENDALL. Freeport, March 17, 1867. [From Rev. W. If. Crawford and wfe, East Corinth Maine. J East Corinlli, Feb. 19, 1868. This may certify that we have used ‘ Mis-* Saw yer’s Salve” in our family eight years and v\e can cheerfully beir testimony to its merits as a heating, soothing Salve in all cases of Salt Rheum or lnflam ation. REV. W. H. CRAWFORD. JULIA A CRAWFORD. [From John G. Dillingham, Freeport, Maine ] This is to certify that I had a tumor on my face. It was there about three years It kept increasing in size, till I was advised to try Miss Sawyer’s Sulve. 1 bought a box and carried it with me, and every time l thought of it I would rub the tumor with the Salve, and before I used one box the tumor entirely disappeared. JOHN G. DILLINGHAM. We, the undersigned have sold more ot Miss Saw yer’s Salve, within the last six mouths than any other kind. Parties who have tried it speak in very high praise of its excellent virtues. C. P. FESSENDEN, S. E BENSON, L. M. ROBBINS. Rock land .[From Moses II Tibbetts, Jefferson, Me.} I can reommeml Miss Sawyer’s Salve, highly.— I have never used so good an article. For healing purposes it is without an equal. MOSES B. TIBBETTS. [Front Rev. Nathaniel Butler.] It is simply an act oi justice and perhaps it will be a favor to the public to say that I liave used Miss. Sawyer’s Salve lor ten years, and believe it to be a most valuable remedy for tbc purposes for which it is recommended. It is most effective lor animals in cases where a salve is ever used lor them. It has proved an almost certain cure tor ordinary scratches iu horses. NATH’L BUTLER. Camden, Nov. 15, 1867. We, the undersigned, have been acquainted with Miss Sawyer for many years, and believe her to be a Christian lady and a skill ml nurse, and having used her salve in our families, it gives us great pleasure in saying it is the best general medicine we have ev er used:— Rev. E. F Cutter, H.»n. N. A Burpee, Rev, W. O. Holman, Francis Cobb. Rev. Joseph Kalloch, John T. Berrv, Rev. George Pratt, Wm. H. Titcomb, Gen. J. P. Cillcy and wife,Mrs Charles Snow, Capt. J. Crocker and wife,Mrs Alex snow, Capt. David Ames & witeDr E. P. Chase anti wife, Win. Wilson and wife, J. Wakefield and wife, E. R. Spear, Wm. Beattie ami wife, A. S. Rice. Jacob Shaw ami wife. Geo. W. Kimball, John S. Case ami wire, C. R. Mallard, H. W. Wight ami Mite, 1 Ephraim Barrett, W. O. Fuller and wife, Leander Weeks, Thomas Colson and wife, Dea. Henry Ingraham and wife, Joseph Farwell (mayor of Rockland) and wife, M. C Andrews (P. M.ot Rockland) and wife, I. K. Kimball and wile. William McLoon. If you desire more intormat ion, write to any citi zen of Rockland and they will take pleasure in re commending this Truly Womlerliil Salve. W. F. Phillips & Co , Wholesale Agents. Sold at retail by all Druggists in Portland. April 2?. (13m ENTERTAINMENT*. M. li. A. The closing Lecture ol t!.e course will be delivered at CITY HALL! Wednesday Evening, May 27th, - BY - John B. Gough, Esq. Subject, PECULIAR PKOPLU. Tlckr«t??ri°.af.7 ’ Lec|ure to commonoe at 8 o’clock. wm c i t v jrx L L; TWO NIGHTS ONLY f America's Grcate*t Tragedian, EDWIN BOOTH, IN Ills TWO MASTER ROLES, Supported by the Boston Theatre Go. Thursday Evening, May 28, HAMLET, Princeof Denmark, . HAMLET, ... EDWIN BOOTH. Friday Evening, May 20, RICHELIEU, or the Conspiracy ! CARDINAL RICHELIEU, EDWIN BOOTH. Admission 75 cents; secured seats '1’hc saleoi scats will commence at Paine's Music Store on Monday morning, May 25th. Doors open at 7|; to commence at 7? o'clock. May 23. dtd Free Lecture. INVrA LIUS And others interested are cordially invited to attend a course ol 1* rce Lei Lures by Bit. C. C. BENNE1T, Director ol Miserieordia Institute,Now Haven,Conn on healing by laving on hands, and collateral topics, scientific, mediea', relig oils, etc, illustrated by a Chart of the Uni verse. l V/i f.eciure Thursday Evening, May 2Klh, at 7J o’clock, at Library ltooin, Median lev Hall. B2rDr B 'vil1 ,“,a' 8*ck without modlclnc at Kooui No 23 U. S Hotel, daily Irom ltt to 12 A M and ato«**M-_ inay9iltl‘ GRAND Floral Concert! FOR the Benefit of the Vonag VI♦*»»*» Chris tian AMKOciatiou, to be given by 500 Sabbath School Children! Ol this city under the direction of Mr. U. W. UAR DINER, at the CITY HALL. Wednesday Evening, June3. pkogbahhk. PART OTB4T. 1 Chorus “Kind friends one and all”.Rool. 2. Bird’s Nest Son;. (Jheuv 3, Chorus, The Hills of New England. 4. Balia I, Conte in and Shut the Door.Callcott. S. Solo anti Chorns. Departed days.. 0 Song.'.’ ‘.] 7. Duett. Sweet Moon How lovely is tiiy face.!!uooV. 8. National Hymn Let every heart rejoice and Sine. 9. Song Come back to Erin.Clanbel. 10. Chorus, Night’s Shade no longer. PART SECOND. 11. Song. Ope the Doer Soitly Anah to me. Claribe.-. !2. Chorus Happy and Light.Bohemian girl. 13. Song Piece ol mind.Sponbolts. 14 lhe American Hymn. Speed our Republic O Fa ther on high.jvi. Freller. lr>. Scotch Ballad, Katie Strang............ . Wallace'. 10. Chorus -The Echoes”...Rool. Trio The Mermaid’s Evening Song.Glover. 18. Pilgrim Chorus, From our home gracious Lord. _ T , 1. Lombardi. 19. Song, Now 1 lav me down to Sleep. .Walbiklge. 20. Chorus. Strike the Cymbal.Pucitta. Tickets 23 cents.—For sale at Bailey & Noyes*, Cwter «& Drisser’s, Short & Loring’s,Hoyt «& Fogg’s. Doors open at 7 o’clock. Concert commence at 8 o clock precisely. may27dtd STOCK - OP - WATCHES, JEWELRY, Silver & Plated Ware, TO BE SOLI) OUT For Cash? Without Regard to Cost l - AT - 347 Coug-rews, Corner of Oak Mtreet. If any are iu want ol bargains in this line, this is a rare opportunity to obtain (hem. In order to se cure as rapid sale as possible, these goods will be of fered at prices that will satisfy any owe who will fake the trouble to call that the proposal is an lioucstone, and not designed to deceive purchasers. The only reason *or doing it is t » enable the proprietor to per fect a contemplated change. Gold and Silver Watches, Gold, Silver & Plated CHAIN®, SERIES and KEYS. I.adies’ and Gents’ PINS AND FINGER RINGS, BRACELETS, Lockets, Heck Chains, Sleeve Buttons, Studs, Gold Spectacles, Gold Pens, &c., &c. __ Silyei* W are ! Though not large is of the beat quality. Pie Knives, Sugar Spoons, Butter Knives, Napkin Bings, Jbe.y &e. Plated Ware ! lee Pitchers, Cake Baskets, - Butter Coolers. Castors, Tea Sets. Syrup Pitelieis, Goblets, Spoon Holders Cups, Napkin Kings, Spoons, (Rogers) Table aud Tea Knives, Tea Kells &c., &c., All desirable and flint quality goods. Miscellaneous Articles! Pocket Books, do. Cutlery, Teeth and Shaving Brashes, Kazor Strops,Meerschaum and Brier Pipes, Seis-ois, Cases Mathematical Instruments, Pocket Compasses, Thermometers, Kubbcr and Cornelian Kings, Scotch ami Kubbcr Napkin Kings, 0|*cia Glass*s, Shell and Hovn Combs, Chess Men, Spectacles and Eye-Glasses. ALSO, Two Counter* nboutf# feel loin;, and one Mhawd'aw nix feel lonjf. EDW ARDP. liWKS May 23-dtf To Tax Payers. City of Portland, i xr • i , Treasurer’s Office, May 26, ls-;8. f Notice is hereby given that the time allowed l\v law alter win -li real estates upon which taxes remaining unpai.l, can I e advertised for sale lor non-payment ol such taxes, Interest and costs, will expire June 1st next. H. \y. HEKSEY, inay20dt.jel Treasurer and Collector. Proposals. SEALED Proposals will be received for one weef at the office of ltussell Lewis. No 3 Central Whr,, lor 200 merchantable < lak Piles, Ironi 50 to till feet in length, ami not less than 7 inches in diameter at top end. In be delivered in Portland ou or before I ho 20th day of ,1 one, 1858. ltUSSELL LEWIS. Portland, May 2$rl, 1868. iuy25dlw ——" --8 ^4UCTIONj»ALES. Stock of a Variety Store at Au«* tion, Evenings. A r store "at Congress Street, next to City HuiM t“*5 L‘niir* sto< k iu sai<l store, consiHriiiK of Oeut’s "i-.'*onens, 0,1 Clotites, Clothing, Woo,leu wn >n,lk; Goods, Housok eping Goods, Cutlery p’fiff; «'■“» ““'1 FI,tied Ware. Jewelry I iio-n, r.iVv ' Fancy Goods, ,Vr. sale tocotn •e|l evei y ev, lifti ■'„"«l*th^IL2?*,s «)ht O’‘',ocl,’ “nd busy during theUayPISfunlly "i |mrti*"* who "• bnsj duting tne day. Eveiv ariiele sold without re ^May 12. dtl *. BAILEY, A act. E. M PATTEN A CO., Auctioneer., OFFICE 14 EXCHANGE ST. Choice Oil Paintings! AT AUCTION, On We«ln«>Mlay and Thaarmlny, Tiny AT oud AN, at 3 P. !?■. roch day, Catalogue, 150 Oil Paintings, by some of the best artists of Huron * a*id America, will be on exhibition Monday, l*. M. until the hour of sale.— 1 be attention ol those who den re to furnish their dwellings with superb works ot art, is invited to the exhibition anti sale. In this collection maybe tound Lmdscapef, Figures, Ili-toiical and Religious ‘eibjects Interior and Marine Views, Cattle Piece!*, i They a e all mounted in heavy Gilt Frames, (mV >n w*1'hemd<l with the Paintings. Every Pa nt ing must Ik* sold without reserve. t ataloguo at offic.. may25 td Sheriff's Sale. Cumberland, b«. ATI A( IIED on a writ and will bo sold at public auc ion to the highest bidder, on Frid iv Mav ,V^’c'uck p * at'lS amS room ot 1.0. Bailey, 16fl Forest, m Portland m said county of Cumberland, the following prcraonal prop erty, to wit:—Sugar Molasses, Ker. Oil. Tobacco Tea. liice. Barley , Spices, Soap, Saleratus, Pails* Brooms, Coflee, Starch, Prunes, Dried Apples, Can-* dies, Cheese, Potatoes, Beets, Fish, Mustard,Cigar •«, Assortment of Fancy Goods. Also Show Cases, Desk, Meat Block, Saws, Cleaveis, Stove, Candy Jars, Tin Ware, Xc. „ E N. PERKY, Dept Sheriff. F. O. BAILEY, Auctioneer. Portland, May 25, 18G;<. may2Gdtd K. HI PA'I'TKIV Sc €0., Aucliouecru, OFFICE 14 EXCHANGE STREET. Positive Sale. -Horses Jigger, &c. ON SATURDAY, May 30tli, at 12 o’clock M., in front of City Hall, Market Square, pair Matched Horses, Set Harness. Jigger, Arc., all in good order, l he same tu iuerly known us the property of John MeCuo. No postpoii 'iuent; must be sold Terms, cash a* time ot sale. may27dtd Auction Notice. r|MlE Auction sale of Real Hastate will take place on 1 Saturdiy, Mav 30, at 11 A. M , lor particulars apidy to the subscriber at Satvarappa, or C. P. Kim ball's Carriage Factory, Portland; ALBERT CHASE. may 26-dtd Horses, Carriages, Ac., at Auction Every Saturday, at 11 o’clock a. m., on m> market lot. Market street, 1 shall sell Horso Carriages, llaruesses, Are. A|*l29._F. O. DAILEY, Auctioneer. 0. W. HOLMES, AUCTIONEER 5100 Congress Street. ICV- Sales of any kiud ot property In the City or vl cinity, piompi ly attended toon the moat favorable terms. October 12. dt To the Electors of the City of Portland : PURSUANT to warrant* Troni tho Mayor and Al dennen of the City of Portland, upon requisi tion ot sixty qualified voters, the inhabitants there of qualified to vote in the election ot city officers, will assemble in their respective Ward Rooms, on Wednesday, the !l7lh Day of Jlfay, inst, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, to give in their voles upou the following quesiion. v i: “Will the City ol Portland, in lieu of that portion ot the loan of its credit voted by said City to the Portland and Ogdensburg Rail road Company on the lliii tieih day of April, in the year of our Lord ono thousand e'ght hundred and wixty-xever, rai*c by loan a sum ot momy equal to two and one-half per cent.ot the valuation of said cltv or 'lie war one thousand eight hundred and six tv elgh . (but in no case exceeding seven hundred and fifty thousand dol I irs,)and appropriate the same to aid in the construe* lion of the Railroad of said PortJmd and Ogdens burg Railroad Compute, by subsc ribing and paying lor shares in the Capital Stock of said company to the amount aforesaid, and direct Its t reasurer to ?uh scribe tor the said Shares in the « apnal Stock ot said Company in the name and behalf i f the City of Port land. and pay the assessment there in as they shall liecomo due, sml authorze the City Council to issue the Bond:, ol the City tor >aid amount payable at such places and on such time and in such amounts as they may deem tor the interest ol the city The electors in favor of said proposition will give in their ballots with tho word “YES” written or printed thereon: tho>e opposed to said proposition will give in iheir ballots with the word “ NO*’ writ ten or printed thereon. The polls to remain opcu until four o'clock in the afternoon on said day’, when they shall be clo.-ed. The Aldermen will be in session in the Ward Room in the City Building, entrance on Myrtle Street, from nine o’clock A. M., to one o’clock P. M.,on each of the tbr e secular days next preceding said day ot ineetiug. and from three o’clock to five o’clock J*. M.. on the last of said three secular days, tor the purpose of receiving evidence of the qualification of voters whose names have not been entered on the lists of qualified voters, and tor correcting said lists. Per order. J. M. HEATH, City Clerk. Portland, May 12th, 1868. may20 -did. Office of Collector ol Internal Rev enue. Fir»t Collection District of State of.Uuiiic . Portland, May, 18G8. VTOTIOE is hereby given that, pursuant to the 11 laws ot the United States relating to Internal Revenue, I will, by myself or deputy, attend to the collection of taxes and special taxes assessed and enumerated on the annual list lor 1*68,and payable in the County of Cumberland, in said district, at my office on Plum Street, In said city, troni Mon lay, the 25th day of May, 1868, to Saturday, the 6th cjty of June, 1868. And I further give notice, that I will in like man ner attentd to collecting the taxes and special taxes assessed and payable in the County of York, in said district, at the following designated times and pla ces, viz: SACO, at the American House, Tuesday, May 26, horn 8 o’clock, A. M. to 1 o’clock, P. M. BLIiDEFORI). at the Biildeford House, Wednes pl3MMay 18C**’,,rOUI 1 °’clock’ P* M* to 6 oVlo«k» KENNEBUNK, at Hotel kept bv W. A. Hall, Thursday, May 28, 1868, from 9 o’clock. A. M. to 1 o’clock, P. M. K ITT Kit Y, at Kittery depot, Friday, May 29, 1868 from 8 o’clock, A. M. to 10 o’clock, A. M. SOUTH BERWICK, at the Newichaw&nick House, Friday, May 29, 1868, troni 11 o’clock, A. M. to A o’clock, P. M. Persons in York County,desirous ot so doing,c «n pav their taxes at this office at any time prior to June 6, 1868, cxeept during the time herein sjeciaiy desig nated for their collection elsewhere, and tax Ipto**?* in Brunswick, cun make payment at First Naiional Bank ot' Brunswick, at any time within the present month. Special notice will be mailed to nil persons who neglect t> nay as aforesaid, for the issuing ami seiv icr of which a fee ot twenty cents will he charged, as provided by law. I^^'l’he Post Master to whom this notice is sent, jdcase post this up in some conspicuous plnce in his office, as required by Internal Revenue law above referred to. „ NATHANIEL#/. MILLER, May 15-d till June 6 Collector. City of Port land. WHEREAS Thomas A. Roberts, lias petitsoned the City Council to lay out a new street or public way in said city,—by extending Congress Place through to Deering street, and whereas said pe tbion has been referred by the City Council,May 11 tli 180*<, to the undersigned, for them to consider and act u|h)ii, tberelore Notice is hereby given to all parties interested that tin* Joint Standing Committee of the City nuneit on laying out new streets, will meet to hear the par tes and view the proposed way on the thirtieth dav ot May 1868, at 51-2 o’clock in the afternoon, at the northern terminus ot Congrers Place, and will then and there proceed to determine and adjudge whether the public couvenience requires said street or way to be laid out. J JACOB McLKLLAN, ALBERT MARWICK, EZRA CARTER, J. F. LEAVITT, JAMES NOYES, GEO. H. CHADWICK, Committee on Laying Out New Streets. Moy 23. dtd City of Portland. HEREAS, John C. Proctor and 15 others have petitioned the City Council to lay out a new Street or Pnhii :Way in said city,—beginning at the present southerly terminus ot Henry street and ex tending to Congress Street, and whereas said peti tion was refered by the City Council, April rib, 1868. to the undersigned, for them to consider a< il act upon, therefore Notice is hereby given to all parties interested, that the Joint Standing Committee of the City Couucil on laving out new streets, will meet to hear the par ties ami view the proposed way on the thirtieth day of May 1868, at 5 1-2 o’clock in the after noon, at the corner of Henry and Deering streets, and will then and there proceed to determine and adjudge whether the public convenience requires said street or way to be laid out. Given under our hands on this twenty-second day ol May, A. D., 1868. JACOB McLKLLAN, „ ... ALBERT MARWICK Committee on EZRA CARTER, T . ,f f. LEAVITT, Laying out JAMES NOYES. xr OEO. II. CHADWICK, Street8 May 23-<lt<I City ot Portland. WHEREAS, William Rom ami 11 others have peti tioned the City Council to lay out Henry Street from Deering to Cumberland Street, and whemursuid petition was referred by the City Coun cil, April 6lli, 1868, to tlie undersigned, for them to Consider and act u|h»ii, therefore Notice is hereby given to all parties interest d, that the Joint Standing Committee of the City Coun eil on laying out new streets, wilt meet to hear the parties and view the proi*os» d way on the thirtieth ■ day of May, 1*68, at five o'clock in the aitemoou, at‘the corner of Henry and Deering streets, and will then ami there proceed to determine ami adjudge whether the public convenience requires said street or way to be laid out (liven under our hands on this twenty-second dav of May, A. D. 1868. JACOB McLELLAN, j ALBERT MARWICK, | Committee EZRA CARTER, oll J. F. LEAVITT, \ Lax big Out JAMES NOYES, *Kew GEO. H. CHADWICK, Streets May 23-dtd * 1 Notice. 1'HE Stockholders ol'the forilan.I Steam Packet Company arc hereby notified that their annual meeting will he held on WeitncMilny, the loth ilar of June ISOS, at their office on Atlantic Wharf at 3 P. M., tor tho choice ot officers for the ensuing year nod to make auch alterations in the Bye-Law. as they may deem necessary, also to transact any other business that guv lehallv come before the meeting. may icaatiy come L BI L[.I N’tfS, Secretary. May 25,1868._“ay 2«-fItd Grist Mill tor Hale. mHK wed known Grist Mill situated in Cape Eli X I nth now in running order. Also :to feet 2i inch shafting and 20 feet of2Inch shading wihi putties. For teiins ami further particular* apply at (he Milt, or No. 40 Dauforth St. Portland, April 24, 1868. eodtf Cellar Stone tor Sale. THE stone in the cellar on the corner ot Middle and E'rankliu Street* will be sold low. Apply to WM. H. JERK1S. May 18. dUw Caterer. THE subscriber offers his services to wait ami tend on Private and Putdic parties, Weddings Ac. He may betoumi at hi. residence on corner of BXV20-dlw* O,n "trCC,H RDWABD It CARTER. A LL KINDS OP JOB PRINTING .neatly anti I promptly executed this Office.