Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 2, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 2, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. VOLUME III. PORTLAND, ME., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1864. WHOLE NO 545 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN, Editor, II published at No. 82* EXCHANGE STREET, by K. A. FOSTER A CO. The Portland Daily Pemba is published at 97.00 per year; if paid etriotly in advanoe, a discount of §1.00 will be made. Single oopies three cents. Thi Maine State Preps is published every Thurs day morning,at 92.00 per annum, in advanoe; 92.26 If paid within six months; and 92.60, if payment be delayed beyond the year. Kates of Advertising: One inch of ipace in length of oolumu, constitutes a "Bydare.” 91.60 per square dally first week; 75 oents per week after; three insertions or less, 91.00; continuing eve ry other day after first week, 60 cents. Half square, three insertions or less, 75 cents; one week, 91.00; 50 cents per week after. Under head of Amuherbntb, 92.00 per square per week ; three insertions or less, 91,50. Special Notices, 91.75 per square first week, 91.00 per square after; three insertions or less, 91.25; half a square, three insertions, 91.00; one week, 91.25. Advertisements inserted in the Maine State Pbubb (which has a large circulation in every part of the State) for 50 cents per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Lao a l Notices at usual rates. Transient advertisements mast be paid fur In ad van oo Business Notice*, in reading columns, 12 oents per line for one insertion. No charge less than fifty cents for each insertion. communications intended for the paper should be directed to the ” Editor of the Press, and those of a business oharaoter to the Publishers. If Job Printing ol every description executed with dispatch. F. Tracy, Traveling Agent. Saturday Morning, April 2, 1804 EULOGY PRONOUNCED 0PO5 HON. OWEN L0VEJ0Y, IN THE HO rSF OF It EFBJESM2TTA TIP FS. BV H18 COLLEAGUE HON. JE. H. WASHBURN, of Illinois. Mr. Speaker:—It becomes my duty to an nounce to the House of Representatives the death of the Hon. Owen Lovejoy, a Representa tive in the Congress of the United States from the Slate of Illinois. Mr. Lovejoy expired in the city of Brooklyn, N. Y., on Friday evening last, March 45, 1864. A man of an iron consti tution. he had always enjoyed the most robust health until a short time before the expiration of the last Congress. He was then stricken down hy a sudden and severe illness whioh de tained him at the capital for some time after the Congress had expired. Returning to his home, lie partially regained his health during the last summer and autumn. Taking his seat m Congress at the commence ment of the session, in the hopeful amt buoyant feelings of his nature, he flattered himself with the idea of health recovered and energies re gained, but there was something in his altered look, which, even to the unpracticed eye, told of disease and death; creating in the minds of friends thegravest apprehensions. During tlicbol idays, in response to the pressing im itations of friends he visited Portland, Maine, and delivered a public, address on the great events which are now challenging the attention of the country and of the werld. It was his last effort at public speaking, and it was worthy of his name and his fame in his palmiest days, und the news of liis death will reach that delighted auditory be fore the accents of his eloquent utterances will have died away. Coming hack to Washington alter the recess of Congress, he soon had a return of the disease which had prostrated him nearly a year before. After several weeks’ confinement tb~ his room and to his bed, he had so far recovered as to be lieve himself able to partially resume his duties in this House. He attended our sittings a short time for several days, but his eye had lost its brightness, and the unwonted and ghastly pal lor of his cheek told, alas! but too plainly’ that Death had already marked him as its early vic tim. Stimulated by the stirring events of the passing hour, the important legislation of Cou gress, and the claims of a constituency whose interests he had never neglected or betrayed, und whose convictions he had never misrepre sented, the effort he made to resume his duty among us was too much for him. A partial re lapse was the consequence, and then it was de termined that he should for a time, leave the ex citement of the Capitol and visit a more genial climate in the hopethat his shattered and broken health might yet be restored. He left here for New York city some t*n days ago, but the trip thither was too hard for him to bear, und he was unable to pursue his journey further. From that time lie became rapidly worse until he expired at the time I have stated. Though dying away from hits own beloved home, he was yet surrounded not only by kind and sympathizing friends, but by members of his own family, and the pangs of his parting life were assuaged by the affections and the care of a devoted wife. Mr. Lovejoy was born at Albion, in the State of Maine, on the 7th day of January, 1811, ami was consequently, at the time of his death, a little over fifty-three years of age. The son of a Congregational clergyman in a country town, his early life was devoted to labor upon a farm und to the acquisition of such an education as lie could obtain at a New England "district school.” He entered Bowduin College at the age of twenty-one years, and renfkined there- for three years, and then entered- upon the pursuit of theological studies. He removed to Illinois in 1836. In 1839 he was ordained as pastor of the Congregational Church at Princeton, in that State, and remained its pastor nearly seventeen ■ years. It was his only charge, and he there proclaimed, according to his own statement, the “everlasting evangel of the fatherhood of God, the aouship of Christ, and the brotherhood of man.” His first entrance into political life was in 1854, when he was elected a member of the lower house of the Illinois Legislative Assembly. in 1859 he was first elected to (.entrees for the Third Congressional District of Illinois, and he was twice re-elected from that district. In the re-districting of the State iu 1861, he was again elected to the present Congress from the fifth district, having thus been elected four times, and having served for a longer period, with four exceptions, than any man ever elected from that State. This great fact speaks, in un mistakable language, of the hold which he had upon the confidence and affections of his constit uents. Mr. Speaker, Owen Lovejoy was no common man. In saying that in his death a great man has fallen,! speak it iu no common orhackneyed reuse, for lie was great. He. was great in the leading idea of his life; great in his convictions; great in the elements of his character, great in his eloquence; great in his courage, and great iu liis abiding ana ever-living faith in the ultimate triumph of the eternal principles of right, jus tice, and humanity. So man who lias ijjucceeded in stamping his ideas and hie principles, as lie ha- with the im press of indelibility, upon the minds and hearts of men, could be an ordinary man. Early im presstsl with convictions in regard to the sub ject of American slavery be followed those con victions with unswerving fidelity, in the face of danger, obloquy, and repioach. His natural abhorrence of slavery was quickened by the tragic fate of a beloved brother, who fell a vic tim to his opposition to that institution, .and who illustrated his principles by his blood shed by n lawless mob. in the advancement of this great idea of his liie Mr. I.ovejoy toiled with an earnestness and teal which were "without varia bleness or shadow of turning,” and in the pur. suit of his great object it could truly hare been -aid of him— “So dangers daunted and nolabore tired." The heated denunciation of partisans, the ridi cule and clamor of tiie vulgar, and the threats of the cowardly aiv? Hie base, failed alike to turn him from that great purpose of his life, which like the "Pontic Sea know no retiring ebb." nnd which purpose lie pursued with unfaltering devotion to the last moment of his earthly ex istence. If he did not live to see the end of that stupendous struggle which was to establish the great problem which lie lead spent his life in working out, like Moses he saw the promised land, bright and beuutiful, as the last object up on which his expiring eyes fell. 1 cannot, Mr. Speaker, dwell at length upon t he striking incidents of the life of my late col league, nor shall the partiality of a longaml un interupted personal and political friendship lead 09 to trespass too long up on the time of the House. But serving with him for three full 1 Congresses in this House, ( should he recreant ; to my own sense of what is due to truth and justice, did I not hear my testimony to the dis tinguished ability and the great usefulness with which he served his constituents, his State and the country, as a Representative in the American Congress. As a legislator he was wise, intelligent, practical, vigilant, independent, and, above all, incorruptible. He was devoted to every duty, to his country and to his constituents. Wherever there was any principle involved, he was as firm and un yielding as the hills of his own native State.— i Yet, in all matters of mere policy, involving no | surrender of principle, there was no man more ready or more willing to yield to the suggestions of others. It is, perhaps, the case that, where ' men have been devoted to a particular idea, i they are generally impracticable in all other matters, but it was not so with our late associate. He was eminently a practical man, and a man of great common sense; a good judge of human nature, and familiar with the workings of the liunjan heart. I have spokeu of the deceased as a public man, but who shall s]>eak of the virtues which adorned his private life? Who shall speak of him as hus band, father, friend, neighbor, citizen? He was so genial in liis intercourse, of a sympathy so quick and ready, so kind, affectionate, and gen erous that there seemed combined in him all the qualities which challenged the love and admiration of those who best knew him, and which disarmed the resentment of enemies, aud .endeared him to the hearts of friends. Upon the immediate family of our late colleague has this blow fallen with crushiug force. No words of human sympathy or condolence can staunch the wouuds ot bleeding atfection, and it is alone to “Him who temj>er.- the wind to the shorn l imb" that the appeal must be made. Mr. Speaker, the proceedings of this House as published six years, will furnish a!T undying record of the services and labors of the distin guished man whose loss the country so deeply deplores. Serving during a part of the most interesting and turbulent periods of our Con gressional history, lie was one of the most ac tive participants in those scenes in the House which to the student of history, were the pre cursors of that terrible civil commotion which lias since drenched our laud in blood, and made the civilised world to stand aghast. I might call to your collection, Mr. Speak er, and to the recolleetion of those members of this House who were members of the Thirty Sixth Congress, that extraordinary scene in the House, of the 5th of April, 18(H), and which has scarcely a parallel in the history of any deliber ative assembly in the world. It was on that oc casion that he displayed that undaunted cour age and matchless bearing which extorted the admiration of even his most deadly foes. But [ need not recount to you, Sir, the many other occasions during your service when lie has elec trified the House by his outbursts of eloquence. With a mind well stored with classic learning, null a » uu-i viiu^iuvnv'i iiii'iviauijuiiii;, with a fine personal presence, he was one of the greatest orators, while yet be scorned the ordi nary artifices of eloquence. His was the elo quence of Mir&beau, which in the Tiers Etat and in the National Assembly made to totter the throne of France; it was the eloquence of Dan ton, who made all France to tremble from his tempestuous utterances in the National Conven tion. Like these apostles of the French revolution, his eloquence could stir from the lowest depths all the passions of man; but, unlike them, lie was as good uud as pure as he was eloquent and brave, a noble minded Christian man, a lover of the whole human race and of universal liberty regulated by law. While from this tibune lie spoke to the nation, and left |upott it the im press of his priiiciplqpiiil his convictions and of hie master mind, jTt the theatre of his great est triumphs as an orator was on the stump and before tlie masses of the people. It was in his own State, where he was known the best ami heard the oltenest, that he achieved his greatest distinction as an orator. In the presence of the people he was invincible. What ever might have been effected against him by political or poraooal prejudice, whenever he reached the popular ear all was scattered as if by a w hirlwind. Hut lie has left as in the pride of his manhood, and in the fulness of his intel lectual vigor—gone almost at the moment when he expected to see accomplished the great work to which he had devoted his life. He expressed that cx|>eotation in his great speech of April 5, MO, by a quotation from the speechof Mr. Wel> Iter on the subject of the threatened interposition (of Kussia to snatch Kossuth from the protec tion of Turkey for the purpose of sacrificing him on the altar of despotism, and I willclose with thnt quotation: “Gentlemen, there is something on earth greater than arbitrary or despotic [lower. The lightning lias its power, and the whirlwind has its [lower, and the earthquake has its power; hut there is something among men more capable of shaking despotic thrones than lightniug, whirl wind, or earthquake: and that is the excited ami aroused indignation of the whole civilized world.” 'The Avon to the Severn rune; The Severn to the era; An>l Wicklifle's duet shall spriad abroad Wide ai the waters be.” BAILEY AND NOYES, DEALERS IN PAPER HANGINGS, WE purchase our Stock of Room Taper from the largest Manufacturing Establishments in the United .States; careluliy selecting from their large stock*, the NEW patterns only,—and such m are adapted to thin market. This year the styles and designs are very beautiful, and we have a line assortment, appropriate tor every style of room. We invite those in want of ROOM PAPER to examine our patterns, before purchasing elsewhere. They are bought here for cash, and we can afford to sell at a faiu por e. BAILEY AND NOYES, Bookseller* and Stationer*, 56 Ai. 58 Kxcltaiigr Street, I'orilun*'. N B.Country dealers will find it to their advant age to «ive us a call, if in want of Room Taper. mch2o 2md& w JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY' SQUARE, . . BOSTON Are j>rc,i»re«l to order at favorable rate*, COLT NESS and OLENGA1CNOCK Pia IRON, Abo. ft.4R, SHEET,* BOILER PLATE IRON, of English ami Scotch Manufacture. We shalleontinue to receive, iu addition to our American Brick, a regular supply of ENGLISH. SCOTCH, k WELCH FIRE BRIC K luchll <od6m U It E ED a TIIKEY, NO. 50 UNION STREET, Manufacturer# and Wholesale Dealer# iu Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Shoe Stock and Findings. Importer* of S«*r#es, l.nsliiiRs nnd Oaseettings, Aud the only M inufacturers of KID AND GOAT STOCK in the State. Having had large experience, and be ing importer# aud manufacturer#, enable# us to sell the name article# u* low as they can be bought io Boston. We have always taken especial pains to give our customer# RELIABLE GOODS, and be lieve none have given better satisfaction. Country dealer# are invited to examine our stock before pur chasing. Particular attention given to order# re ceived by mail. feblO d& w3ro no t~i c E. Mlt. SIMMONS, who ha* had twenty-five years experience in ths Malden Bye House, and com* # highly recommended by the Barretts, will take charge of the Dyeing department at the PORTLAND DYE HOUSE, corner of Preble and Portland Streets, jyolliee. No 97 Exchang* street, febceodjjm* A. FOSTER, Proprietro. Removal. DR. LUDWIG has removed to No. 60 High ty., oorn«r of Congress. Portland, March lT, 1H64. inchl7dtf .-M__ FIVE DOLLARS will be given for the detection and oonvtauon of any person or persona stonlinf to, door, of o»r ruauiitiKu or iHiTPEMt. ---- - MISCELLANEOUS. C HAPMAN, Jr., Patent and fiusintss Ag» J* eney, No. 229 Congress Street. CLOTHES WRINGERS at wholesale and retail. Agents wanted (in every town), (’all at 229 Congress Strret. HAWSE’S Pulley Elevating and Revolving Clothes ,Dyed for, sale at 229 Congress Street. A N improved Waterwheel, unsurpassed by auy A yet invented. Models at 229 Congress Street. PARTIES havinicanital to invest would do well to call at No. 229 Congress Street. MONEY is being made by those who have invest ed at 229 Congress Street. A SPRING BED, which, for simplicity and dura bility, i« unsurpassed. Samples at229 Congress Street. NOTHING ventured nothing gained is the maxim at 229 Congress Street. JUST received a new lot of Amidon’s Premium Wringers at 229 Congress Street. RUNDLET Repair’s Wringe s and Lamps at 229 Congress Street. mch24 dtf Hanson Block, Middle St., No. 161. Scholarships good in any part of the United States .ne Principal has had 20 years expeiience; is always on the spot, and attends to his business; and prom ises, as during the past 12 years, no pains shall be spared in the future. Five hundred references of the first class l>usiue-s men, with many others of this city, will testify to the practical utility, capacious ness and completeness of my systems and manner of teaching, and citizens of other cities have testified .to the same. Diplomas will be awarded for thor ough courses. Able Assistants secured. Bartlett’s Plan, the founder of Commercial Colleges, strictly adhered to as regards not copying. Certain times will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidations.— Come all who have failed to be taught a business hand-writing and I will guarantee to you success. Applications solicited for Accountants. Separate In struction given. Students can enter any time. Sep arate rooms for Ladies. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate accounts adjusted. Ladies and Gentlemen that desire to take lessons, or a full, or a separate course. In either Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law, Phonography, Higher Mathematics, Civil En gineering, Surviving, Native Business Writing, Commercial Aritlim: tic. Correspondence, Card Marking, (and teaching from printed oopics and Text books will be avoided please call, or address the Principal. R. N.BROWN. Portland. Oct.2, IS08 oc29 eodfceowl HA YE mow been before the public for nearly & year. They are universally pronounced the neatest and best titiiug collars extant. The upper edge presents a perfect curve, free from the angle* noticed in all other collars. The cravat causes no puckers on tfic in side of the turn-down collar,—they are AM SMOOIH INSIDE A8 OU l SIDE,—and therefore perfectly free aud easy to the neck. 1 be Garotte Collar has a smooth and eveuly hu ished edge on both sides. These Collars are not simply flat pieces of paper cut in the form of a collar, but are molded and Ml A PL D to KIT TUX NECK. They are made in “Novelty" (or turu-down stylc)in e*erv liaJlei/e from 12 to 17 inohes, and in “Eureka," (or Garotte,) from 13 to 17 inches; aud packed in “solid size" in neat blue cartons, containing 100 each: also iu smaller ones of 10 each,—the latter a very handy package for Travellers, Army and Navy Officers EVERY COLLAR is "tamped “Gray’s Patent Moldbd Collar.’ Sold by all dealers hi Men's furnishing Goods. The Trade supplied by HATCH, JOHNSON A CO. Importers aud Wholesale Dealers in Men's Furnish ing Good" aud Umbrellas 81 Devonshire 8t., Bof ton. Mass. mcli22 eod3m FOR SALE, Cheap for Cash! A USKAT VARIETY OF CMILDREH’S CARRIAGES, Bird Ca,f«, Rocking llorn*, l.adie* Work and Traveling Ilaeket*, Toy*, .Marble*, PONT MONAIKS. I.ADIKS' KF.TICl LES AND bags, diu ms. violins, gci tabs. VIOLIN STRINGS, WRITING £ FISKS, WORK BOXF1S, Ac. — BV — W. D. ROBINSON. 20 Exchange St. mebl4-3n> Dissolution. riHIE eopartoenbip herrtoforr existing under the A style of KNIG IIT A FKuST i* thi* day dis solved by mutual copsent. The affair* of the late Arm will be settled by 8. D. Knigbt, at No. 2 Litae •treet. 8. D. KNIGHT, Portland, March 1,1804. 11. A. FROST. Copartnership Notice. milK nndersigued have thi* day formed a copart JL Her*hi[i under the firm of .1. M. KNIGHT & SON, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN COUNTRY PRODUCE, NO. 2 LIME STREET, Bi tween Fore and Commercial Streets. J. M. KNIGHT. a. D. KNIGHT. Portland, March 1,1304. ir.ohlO dtf United States Navy! Wanted One Hundred Seamen, Ordinary Seamen and Landsmen. Apply to Na\al Rendezvous foot of Exchange St. Iebl0d6w J. P. HEATH, Commanding. Colley, Burnham & Co., Cabinet Makers and t!]iliolsterers, 308, Congress Street, ARE prepared to do all kinds of Cabinet and Up holstery uork, at the shortest notice. All kind.1) of Furniture, l.wuuirt's A IVlHtiressrs —constantly on baud— N. B. The public are invited to coll and examine. ip 'U4 dtf BOOTS AND SHOES ! W. W. I.OTUKOP, 88 Middle Street. Where can be found a largo assortment of •HI Ladies', Gents’, Mieses', Bovs’^tnd Youths’ f HJ fashionable HOOTS, SHOES and KtH ^^*RER8 ot the best manufacture and at rea sonable prices. Boors and Phokp made to measure from the best French and American stock and on the latest style lasts. WM. W. LOTHROP. inch22 d2ui First Dlorigaie Bondholders. OF the Kennebec end rurtlauil Kiiilrond C'o., are requeued to forward to this office tbeir Honda for Extension, before the Mb day of April next, ami receive payrnen for oyer due interest on tame in Bonds of the I’ortiaud and Kennebec Railroad Co., agreeable to their vote Nov. 2), 1863. C’ertilieatea of Stock in .aid Co , will be ready f r Second Mort Bondholders on application. .1.8- CUSHING, Pres , Port. A Ken. U R. Co. Augu-ta, March 24.1884. nich28 td Notice. A FINAL Dividend of the first fund from the as sets, set apart in reduction .of tbe Capital Stock of the late Rank of Portland, will be paid, on and after this date, to the Stockholders of said Bank, at the time of the reduction of its capital, or to their legal representative)). The dividend will be paid at the Canat Rank, Portland. Portland. March 20,188*. moh20 dis3w* MISCELLANEOUS. J. W. SYKES, Purchaser lor Kastera Accouat o* LOUR, GR AIN, SEEDS, I’KOVISIONS, LARD, BUTTER nod WESTERN PRODUCE generally. Particular attention given to shlprinr by quickest aud cbeapeat routes. No. 152 801 111 WATER ST. r. o. Box in. Chicago, Illinois. R*fkrkn<’kp—Messrs. Maynard k Sons; H.fc W. Chickering; C. 11. Cummings k Co.; 8. G. Bowdlear k Co.; Charles A. Stone; U alien, Davis k Go., of Boston, Maw. Cashier Elliot Bank. Boston. J.N. Bacon, Esq., Presideuf Nowton Bank, Aewton. C. B. Collin; Warren ElJb» *. Sons, Hew York City Jy9 '63 dly. _ AD. REEVES, Fashionable Military. Naval • and Civic Tailor, 98 Exchange Street. DRESS COATS, PANTS and VESTS, and Buei ner*s* Suita made to order, at the short notice ol 12 bourn, at A. D. REEVES, #8 Exchange St. Riding habits, zouave jackets, and Fanoy Waists for Ladies, cat and made to or der, at A. D. REEVES*, 98 Exchange St. EVERY DESCRIPTION of Garments for Men and Boys cut at short notice, at A. D. REEVES’, 98 Exchange Street. EVERYTHING in the shape of Clothing for Men and Boys made to order with neatness and dis patch, at A. D. REEVES', 98 Exchange St. VARIETY OF CLOTHS, Cassimeres and Vert iugs always on hand at A. D. REEVES’, 98 Exchange St. EVERY MILITARY' and Naval Officer can be lifted out at the Tailoring Establishment ot A. D. REEVES, 98 Exchange St. SPECIAL ATTENTION given in getting up Boy* Jackets, Pants and Overcoats at novio dtf A . D REEVES*. 98 Exchange St. Aid to Union Prisoners In Rich mond. fflHE United Statei Christian Commission having X received letters of acknowledgement that sup plies forwarded through their agents, have been re ceived and distributed among the prisoners in Rich mond, invite further contributions to this humane object. “Many articles of Nourishment and Com fort for nick men are generally needed" beyond those usually included in government ra» tious. Four separate shipments by the Christian Commission have b‘ «;n already made, and othersnp plies are about going forward to Richmond as fast as the ueceasary meaiis are contributed. Money for this, seut to Gyrus Sturdivant, Treasur er of the Army Committee of Portland Young Men’s Christian Association, No. 85 Comnercial street, or to the undersigned, will be promptly appropriated to the relief of the suffering prisoners, r. R. Hath, Crnue Stubdiyaht, II H Busoni*, Army com. A. J. Chamb, W. H.Johrbov, U. 8. Christian Commission, Portland, Me. nov25tf rtP A P'l’U r. 1\'T1 T T % trci Scocbmor* to J. W. HUN NEWELL A Co., No. 5 6 7 A 8 Commercial Wharf, Boston. Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Drugs, Med• cines, Paints, Oils, I>yt Stuff*, Manufacturers, ar ticle* and Chemical*. Manufacturer* of Copal Var wijrh'-s, Japan Ac. Agents for Forest River food M>*tic Lead Co. French and Arneritan Zinc, Druggist’s, Perfumers sad Liouor Label*. General Agent* for J. L. HunneweU’s Universal Cough Rem edy, Tolu Auodyne and Electric Pill*. mch21eod.'>m Navigation School, —AT— No. 12 Deer Street, Portland, Maine. FNTLEMEN df«irou* oi Instruction in practi T cal Navigation will hud mi experienced teach or. lie is the only crparinand Ship Master in the State, who teacher Navigation, and is specially ap poiuted toq.ittHK Mii.itwt wild M»to* to the U. S. Navy. mch‘24 eod3m Slraw flowers, Ac. ^1^ HE rubscribcr is now opening and dailv rcoelv X iug, the latest styles of Straw Goods, Flow ers Ac., which will be sold at the lowest prices, at wholesale only. 141 MIDDLE STREET. JOHN E. PALMER. Portland, March 15.1804 nichlSeodlw* Portland Dry Dock. HE uudersigned being five of the persons nam ed in the Act of Incorporation of the Portland Dry Dock Company, hereby notify a meeting ol said Corporation at tke room* of' the Board ol Trade, on Monday, 28th inst.at 4 r. n.,to decide upon the acceptance oi the Act of Incorporation, and for the purpose of organizing said Company. JACOB MrLELLAN, T. C. HER8KY, C. M DAVIS, WM. W. WOODBURY, O M MARRETT The subscriheis to the Dry Dock are requested to meet at same time and place, me hi -tm X K W O RLEANS. S. D . MOODY & CO.. OommisHion Merchnnt, (J7 Tchoupi tonla* at.. New Orleans. La. Kelerenc's: Baker A Morrill, Boston . Franklin Snow A Co., Bo*ton: Wise A Su-sell. B»ston ; C. Nickerson A ( o., N. Y.; Rich A Co., St. Louis. v# Particular at' tnf ion given to Consignments of t-'ssets, Lumber, Hay, Oats, tfc. tncti23 a3ru A Poser. EXTRACTS from “along winded yam” of Saw atL C. Stroct (Howard A Struct) to Smith A Stratton. New York, the same bearing date April 12tb, 1832: "Our County Records show the whole matter, and about then* there cau be no question. 1 propose, therefore, that you send your claim to some Attor ney here. As Counsel for the Administratrix,! have no desire to conceal any matter connected with the administration. If you adopt this course, it would be convenient, perhaps, to notify your attorney to oall upon me, and 1 will immediately put him iujioiii municatiou with the Probate Records, and with the If it is requisite to employ “some attornet here” "TO CALL UPON" Strout, so that he (Strout) oan "immediately put him" itbis ••pome attornet here") "in comm uni latum with the Probate itec ords, and with the Administratrix," in order to get ‘The DiviDENi>"(on 954.54)—"9 10.80” out of Strout, BOW MUCH OYER 20 PER CKNT. OP THAT DIVIDEND, 92.16, WILL 1 BK LIKELY TO REALIZE ? 1>. T. CHASE, Assiguec of Smith A Stratton. N. B. “Th* Probate Record*” speak in black and white. {See report qf' Committee of Nine.) The Administratrix has already r-poken as follows: This may certify that Sewell C. Strout (Howf ard A Strout) was retained as Counsel to adjust the affairs pertaining to my late husband 0 estate, as might bt«t tend for my interest,and that of the heiis at law. Mu was not employed to buy up the CLAIMS AGAINST THK KBTATE FOR 20 PER CKNT. FOR HI* OWN benefit. Had there been no assets, he would have expected pay, aud been paid, for all the sorvioes which he rendered. Catherine B. Rounds. Portland .July 11. 1803. oc20 TnThAStf Partner Wanted. 1I-NTKND to withdraw the various irons 1 have in the tire, aud devote my whole attention to the mysteries of the. taw. To this end I desire a Part ner. He must he as oily as a mountain of blubber, ms supple in the back mu eel, as bland a.- a sum mer’s morning, and u-ar ou lii» treacherous phiz a perpetual smirk. His name must be Peter Punk. 1 propose to constitute the l ompany, aud will be aa pious, as dignified, ami as pompous as an old wood chuck, cooked up on his hind legs near his hole m clover time. "The chief end of man” with Punk A Co. will bo to feather their nest, and skin all who come In their way. In anticipation oi having our shingle out at an early day. 1 advise all the crooked old sticks about to "hop the twig," instead of PAYING THEIR debt*, to sell, or pretend to sell, all they have, real estate and all, without security, on a credit qf six years—that the w idows, in due time, be severally installed aa "the administratrix,” and we their legal advisers. As fast as the assets come iuto our hands, "my learned Brother,” otherwise called "Brother Punk,” will wind to the right and lett among the creditors, with the oiuosity of a snake, ami with the scissors of Delilah, clip away 80 per cent of their respective claims, or in other words no must lie "like the deril,” “full the wool” over their eyes, and get all the claims assigned to himself for 20 per cent. D. T. Cli ASK. N. It. No one need apply w hose Qualifications are not up to the chalk, ami who cannot produce a piece of composition equal to the following: "Portland. July 2,1861. ••Mr. D. T. Chase -Sir:- Mr. W. T. Kilborn "holds a note for about 91300 against D. Libby and "endorsed by Lewis Libby, which is uupaid. He "instructs u- to oommenoa suit against you under “Chap. 113, Sec. 47 of Revised Statutes, to recover "double the amount of the property fraudulently "conveyed to you by said L. Libby. If you desire "to settle tho matter, you can do so immediately, "without further costs, otherwise we shall institute "legal proceedings. Yours, Ac., "Howard A Strout.” Note—Sec. 47 of 113 Chapter oi Revised Statutes, wHl constitute one qf the chief spokes in the utheel qf' Fume A Co dee* TuThAStf INSURANCE. American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! or NEW YORK. Capiial #300.000, • Building.. Merihaadl.e, H.lar* bnld Furuiturr. Hernia, Lr.m, Yr. •*l* ike Suelii, aid athrr Par* ••■>1 Property at tna Law cat rrtee. SAMUEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RAYNOR, Secretar. EDWARD SHAW, Agent, 102 Middle Street. oet27 lyeod STATEMENT OP TME .Finn Insurance Company, Or HARTFORD, CONN., On the 1st day of November, A. D. 1968, as required by the Laws or the State of Maine. The Capital Stock la.91.600,000 and Kith the surplus it invested as follows : Real estate, unincumbered, 997,968 18 Cash in band, on deposit, und io agents’ bands, 216 960 r.fi United States Stocks, 6P/8»7 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Ronds, 669A60 00 Bank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,047,270 00 Mortgage Bonds, 881,960 00 Atlantic Mutual Ids. Co's scrip, 1862-8, 16,886 60 Total Assets, 98,026,879 74 Amount of Liabilities for Losses not due or adjusted, 2176.41184 Amount at risk, estimated, 116 616 479 (9 THOS. A. ALEXANDER, President. Lucius J. Hssnn, Secretary. Hartford, Nov. ”, 1863. J. C. 'CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pier. dec6 dtf MFE INSURANCE * NON-FORFEITING POLICIES, WITH LABOE ACCUlfllTLATIOXS, ON TEN ANNUAL PAYMENTS ! The Mutual Life Ins. Co., OF NEW YORK, With thejlarge cash fund of TRN MILLION DOLLARS, has always granted Policies NOT SUBJECT TO FORFEITURE. by the payment of TEN ANNUAL PREMIUMS, on more advantageous terms than any other Life Company in this Country. Also issues Policies payable at any given age dur ing the life, or at the deoease of the insured. These policies, as ail others with this great Com pany, are continually increasing io iueand amount, and with its present large i , e tments, which are constantly accumnlating. at the rate of more than a million dollars per annum, it may reasonably be ex pected that the sum Insured will double itscl'f within n few years. Apply at office 31 Exchange street, W. D. LITTLE, General Agent. fetl3 STAT Aweow6w MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augusta, Maine, THE Maine Insurance Company insure against loss or damage by Eire, Buildings, Merchan dize and Furniture, on terms as favorable as it caa be done bv any solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or F'ive years. J.L.CCTLF.K, President. J. H. WILLIAMS,Secretary. EDWARD SHAW-Agent, Ho. 102 Middle Street. saUaodly Dlrigo Insurance Company, THE undersigned, a majority of the persons A named in tne first section of an Act entitled 1 ‘ Ah Act to incorporate the Dirigo Insurance Co.,” approved April 4,19/16, hereby give uotice that they havo opened Bonks lor subscription to the Capital Stork, of said Company, at tha Office of the Port land Mutual Fire Insurance Coqypany, or at the Merchants'Exchange Koom. J08EPH HOWARD. F.BK.N STEELE. A. K. SHI RTLEFF. J. M. CARROLL. WM. CHASE. F/.RA CARTER JR. J. C. BROOKS. D. W. ( I.AHK. W. W. THOMAS. Portland, March 22,1904. mcb24 dfcvrSw TO MERCHANTS. THE undersigned having greatly increased their facilities for manufacturing HOOTS AND SHOK8, and having large experience in tnac uranch, would call the attention of the trade to the ^ame: We shall in future be much better able to sunply the de mands of the trade then heretofore, ana are confi dent that in the quality, both of our stock and work, we can give satislaction, o* we manufacture express. Iy for the retail trade. Those baying for cash will find it to their advantage to look at our stock, which consists in part of RUBBERS, SOLE njut WAX LEATHER, FRENCH and AMERICAN CALF, brtnrh Kip, Lemoine and Jodot Cat/, Goat and Kid Stork, Serges and Web*, Boot and Shoe Machinery and L'imtingM of all kinds. Mr. Edmund Libby, late of the firm of Messrs. Chas.J. Walker k Co , has associated himself with us, and relying on hi* many years experience in manufacturing, we are confident in making the above statements. TYLER k LAMB. Portland, Feb. 1, 1844. feb6 dim. .luuce. rpHE Assessors of the city of Portland, hereby X give notice to all person* liable to taxa tion iu said City, that they will be in session from the first to the fourteenth day of April next, inclusive, Sundays excepted, at their rooms, in the New City Government Building, from ten to twelve o’clock in the forenoon, and from three to five in the afternoon, to receive true and perfect lists of all their polls, and estates, both real and personal, In cluding ^loney on hand or at interest, debts due to them more than they arc owing, as also all property held iu trust as Guardian, Executor, Administrator, or otherwise, on the first day of April next, and they are requested to be prepared to certify the same ou oath. Those persons who neglect to comply with this notice, and thus assign the Assessors the unpleasant duty of dooming them, w ill be deprived by law of •h© privilege of appealing from their decisions on application for abatement, except in cases of inabil ity to conform to the requirements of the laws. S B. BECKETT, ) Assessors W.HFOYE. { of JEREMIAH DOW, ) Portland. N. B. Blank Schedules can be had at the Assessors* Rooms. Portland, March 26,1864 mcli2fi taprillo Woosl, Palm Leal' and Honey. QA i LOGS CEDAR. OUX 101 LOGS MAHOGANY, 17 LOGS LANCE WOOD, 6398 BUNDLES PALM LEAF, im MATS. 7 TIERCES HONEY, Cargo Bark Albion Lincoln. For sale by HOPUN1 EATON, leb9 No. 1 Central Wharf. BOUNTIES &, PRIZE MONEY. $tOO Bouaty for Soldiers wounded in Battle. TXTK are prepared to obtain a Bounty of $100 for ▼ ▼ soldiers discharged on account of wound« received. Bounty of $100 for Soldiers discharged on account of ic>und3 received in battle obtained (if papers on file are con ect) in three tree Ts time Special attention given to the collection of Prize Money, and claims against Government. SWEAT At CLEAVES, Counsellor.-* at Law, inch8 dtf No 117, Mid Me St , Musaey’s Row. To Manufacturers. Ship Builders, AND persons desirous of Real Estate Investments, the following propei ty if* offered at good tar^ains. 20 Houses at prices from $1600 to $6000. 100 Hou-e Lots at prices from $300 to $3000 2000 Feet of water front >uitable for wharves Ship yards, Manufacturing Sites, fronting deep water with fine spring of water adjacent thereto and a portiou of it a<Uoiuing the Grand Trunk Kail Road, from which freight may be deposited ou the premises, inch 17 3m MOSES GOULD, 74 Middle St. Freedom Nolire. THIS rosy certlft that I have this day, given my son Samuel H Weemao. til. lime to transact business for himself, end shall claim none of hi, wages nor pay any debts of his contracting after thie date JOHN WF.F.MAN. Sebago, Feb 27 IStU mrble dlw* HOTELS. HALLOWELL HOUSE: REOPENED! NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES ! S.C. DE.XNIB, Proprietor. SP* The public are «pecially informed that the spacious, convenient and well known Uallowzi l Houmm. in the centtr of HallotMI. two miles rrora Augusta, and lour mil** from Tofu* Spring, Las been refurnished, and 14 open for tte reception of company and permanent board# r« Every attention will be given to the comfort of guests. STABLING, and all the usual conveniences of a popular hole), are amply provided. Hallowel*. Feb. 1 1894. mch36 eodtf Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE, (gORNURLY WILFON HOUSI.) J. F. MILLER.PROPRIETOR. This popular Hotel has recently been pur* J chased by Mr. Miller (ot the Albionland has been thoroughly refitted, renovated aud re paired, and numerous excellent alterations made. It is located on the Sarcarappa road, .>nt tour miles from Portland, affording a beautiful drive over a good road, and just about far enough for pleasure. It has a fine large Dancing Hall and good Bowling Alleys. In close proximity to the home is a warm and roomy Stable, containing twenty nice «»alls. There is also a well sheltered Shed, 106 feet long, for hitching horses. The choicest Supper* will be got up for sleighing and dancing parties, who will find it greatly to their pleasure and advantage to resort to the White House. No effort will he spared for the entertainment ot ffuests. declft-dtf -A— THE AMERICAN HOI SE, jifttlHanover Street .... Boiton, The Larre-t aud Be«t Arranged Hotel IS NKW KNOLAND. LEWIS RICE, Proprietor, oolfily Mason & Hamlin’s CABINET ARRAN*. THE subscriber, being impressed with the great excellence of these Instruments, and their adap tation either for small churches, vestry*, or parlors, offers them for sale to the citizen* of Portland and vicinity. The manafhctnrer* have the teriffen ol over a hundred of the best Organists and Musicians, both foreign and native, to the effect that they are superior to any Instrument* of the kind that they have ever seen. Among the testimonials of such as Gottsohalk: “JiuMUfl. Ma«o* k Hamliw-I congratulate 70a on the introduction of a new Mu-ical Instru ment, long wanted, aud *ur>- to Hnd it* way into every household of taste and n liuemcnt that can possibly afford it* moderate expense. Your ( atone* Organ is truly a charming instrument, worthy of the high praise it has received, and far superior to eyerything of its class I have seen. I take pleasure in commending it most heartily as everywhere wor thy a place beside the Piano Forte, to which it is a fine complement, from its capacity for rcnitering much delightful music, sacred, secular, classic ana popular, to which the Piano is not adapted." GOTTSCHALK. New York. 22d Sept., 1963. These Instruments may be found st the Masic Room* of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturers' price H. S. EDWARDS, So. 949 1-9 Btewart’a Block, OcsinH Bt Mill Scotch Canvas, -VOl IALI IT JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Hath, We. OAA BOLTS Suprrlor Blaachad | All Lull* 0.x -Coy- j ernmfDt contraut,' , *00 4o Extra All Lon* «ax | A,br'-*t“ Sort do Nayy tla« j Oallytrod In Portland or tto.toa Balh. April *0 IMS apMdtf Office of Collector of Internal Ravenne, rtrtt Collection District of State of Maine, ri Exchange sii«*«*t, Pobtlahd, July 17th, IMS. Internal Revenue Slump*. THIS Office having been made a depository ol Revenue Stamps, the public will be supplied at the following rates: Less thau #50 at par. •60 to tlOOO, 4 percent. di«coant. •1000 and upwards, 6 per cent discount. NATH'L J. MILLKK. Collector Coal rand Wood ! -AT TUI L0WE8T PRICES FOR CASH, DXLl VRUKD TO ANY PART OP THK CITY, AT SHORT NOT PCX. Our Coal is of the very BEST quality, and war ranted to give satisfaction. -ALSO, FOR SALK All Kindt of Hard and Noll Wood. i ne rumio are invitea 10 give as a can. as we are bound to give satisfaction to all who favor us with their custom. OFFICE NO. 49 COMMERCIAL STREET. RAHDALL 4 MoALLISTER an*20ly TO SHIP HI ILDKKS. F. S. & J. 15. UFO KINS, /COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and wholesale and Vy retail dealers in SHIP riMBBH si-l'i UU Have for sale at their Wharf, Central SqrAni:, E**T Boston, 2o0.<)00 /xh'HSt and Oak Tr email §. 2,000 Hackmatack Korea, planed. Also Wuitk Oak Plank audTi vukk.Ch kstm r Boards and Plank Whitr Pink, Deck-Plank, »%•■. Parnrnlar at tention paid to Furnidiing Oak Plank by the Cargo. mcb2i d8m PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will bene Polices to be free aft. r the payment of six, eight or ten Premium* at the option of the insured and at rates a* low »< any other Company. The issue ol Free Policies renders it at the lea*t e^ual if not superior to th* participation companies. Office No. 102 Middle St. CHARLES BOLDEN. Prca. EDWARD SHAW, S«e. Feb 16 dAwtf. SHERIDAN A GRIFFITHS, (Successors to Joseph Gray It Co.,) PLAl.V I HWHf RIM I URN IOTRI ARE now prepared to* f\irnl-h the public w ith Center Piece* and all kinds of Plaster Orna ment* a* cheap a* any other e-tabloment in the State, and at the shortest rotict Wc will also give prompt attention Vo restoring Plastering, Whitening, White Wa*hiug and Color ing dr* Please leave your orders at Mo. 6 South street opposite the Riding School. |*b26 d8in To iflanufarfurrrs. THE subscriber being in correspondence with au Emigration Agent in Birmingham, England, (who has been in the bn*ine*> tor a long time will obtain through that Agency Arti/ansor Workmen of all classes with promptness and dispatch. EDWARD SH 4YT, March 9,1964 tf 02 lMJddle street, Portland. STEPHEN H. HOKTO.V A < 0.. Hint Piiuten. Cniun, Sluitrs, u>l Pap^f Hitrm, Corutrqf Lirnr,t«d FrdrrtU Ht,., Fortlamd, Mr. ITIPB1I B. VURTOB. IRA T. RIlrKm Wanlrd iHliimliRlel), Aeeconrt band Heim Fcgir.e, of thirty to forty hot-.'power, Knqaire of UlttUTk DVK* fehW dlf dj Cnlou WV»rf BUSINESS CARDS. W. W. CARR & CO., Haring taken the fruit Store formerly occupied by O. HAWYKR. Wo. 3 Exchange Street, Are prepared to offer to the trade a large aad well .elected .lock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit ! Wholesale and Ketaii Oraa|«». spruce Gam* L«mi|m Lemon.. < »«arr Seed, Caudles, Lime.. <'. iuon Syrup. Hauer, 1 ruuea, Caron Vat*. fig.. Citron. Nai., all blade. Dales, «»«., Kal.lua. Tubacee, Suedlue., I' tgu r • Fancy Candle* of all d«*«rrlptlou oot9 dtf F. M. CARS LEY, CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER, Ho 51 Union Street, ISprep.-ed to do all kindi of CABINKT JO*. BlN(f in a prompt and * at i* factory manner. Book *nd Show Chiei made to order. V*farn;tere Made, Repaired and V.rallied at SHORT NOTICK. Portland. May M.l-Wk. If IRA WINN, Agent, No. 11 Union St., I. prepared to ftamitk STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, of various sizes aad patterns, Stew ripe sad Tiitares. lillfanitStaftii;, hile]M<. Lisht Honna Work of all deocriptlini, aad ail kind. of work required la building PoRTieiOkTinns. I run Stair* and other Architerturel Work. Hibiw, Store., and other baUdiagi, sued with ua£ and Stvucu in the best manner. lu oonn6ction with the above 1* an Iron Foundry with a larg*» assortment of Pattern*, to whioh thn attention of Machinist*, Millwrights,and Pbip-Build era u invited -and all kinds of Castings furnished at short notice. ky Order- for Machine Jobbing, Patterns and Forgings, promptly executed. ooS N1W6E R»H SEWING MACHINESI WOODMAN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS, Not. Ad aad II . . • • ■ Middle Street. Needle, and Trlmmlagialwayt oahaad mehlltf ALBERT WEBB * CO* — lULni m — Corn, Flour and Grain, HKAD or MKEJtJLL'S WHAM, Cw»«r«l»l - a Ptnl»4, M«. _l«Mtf A CARD. DR. S. C. FF.RNALD, IkENTlST, No. 170 MidUl Street. •*»>«* ■.On. Iiroi u4 Buaui. Portland Ha, U. ISM. tf Dr. J. H. HEALD H* VINtf dUpaMil of hia rntiro iatorcat la hia office to Dr. SC PhMALD, would ohawdhJly 1 reccotnimnd him to hi* former pat foot# and the pub* lie- Ur. Fbkmald, from long experience, fa prepar ed to insert Artificial Teeth on the** Vulcanite Bam/* and mi 1 other met nod# known to the profeeaioa. Portland. Me? 26.13tt* tf JOHN F. SHERRY, Hair ('utter amt Wig Maker, No. 18 Market Square, Fort1 And, (up atalra » • RF*separate room for Ladies' and Children's Hair Cutting. ▲ good stock of Wig#, Hall-Wigs, Bands, Braids, Curl#, FriietK Pad#, Bolls, Crimping Boards, to., te.. constantly on hand- |*’J2’68 dly ’ RE Is/L O V A L . DR. NEWTON HAS removed his residence to ATo. 37 Middls Str+et, corner of E ranklin street. Office as heretofore, .Vo. 116 if rrfiang* St root, in I Noble's Block, up stairs. Office hours from 9 to Id I A. M . from 2 to 3. and from Sto 9 o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue. In connection with general ; practk*, to give special attention to DISEASES OF FEMALES. ooftldtf M. PEARSON^ Silver Plater, AK!> MAimnuUMOf SILVER WARE, SHBCougress St.,Opp. Court House Portland,Ms TF*AH kind* of WARE, such as Knives, Fork*. Spoon*. Take Baskets, Castors, tc., p.ated in the best manuer. Al*o, ItFPAIRING and RE-FINISHING Old Silver Ware. Jan2* d6iu wool* AM* CO AY CHEAP t'AK CASH ! $9.50. CHEAP-COAL. $9.50 1 PRIMP LOT CHPSTXFT COAT *!> SO V TOX. SPRING MOUNTAIN. IKIIIgII. Uk.ZU.loN. SUGAR UOAU. OLI* l UYIP.V.NY LEHIGH. LO CUST MOUNTAIN JOHNS. DIAMOND. VTEBS TER an.) BLACK UEA111. I h, e Coal, aro.of lha very beat quality, well screened and picked, and warranted tn give #ati*fiction. A Ho for sale best of II I Kit AID sort H OOD, delivered lo an, part ut it..' pit/. ; Oryto* Ci.mcrari.M. St., Load of Franklin Wbin. S. ROUNDS A SON. ! : ly WAKKI'.VS IRPORVFD . FIRK \NI) W’ATKR-rROOP FELT COMPOSITION, -AND Oravol Rootlua . POK PLAT ROOPS. K. HKRSBY. Agent, Jantt dtf No. 6 Union Straat FERTILIZERS. IW",I b BBLS COE S SUPER PHOS LIME, lui" LLOYDS’ ’* •DO" LODI POUDRETTE. 1*1" LITTLEFIELD SPOCPRKTTK. , b or ialo at manufacturer * price-* by KENDAU A WHITNEY. Portland Feb. 1604. feb# di-3m --- . - - = Scoli h < anva«*. 1,»ii SOI TS—from the factory of David Cor ^I r -vr A Son', Laith a sail cloth of auporior •I'.iaiitv jnat roepi. M p?r “Jura", and for aala by M. gII.YI'KY, RYAN fc DAVIS, men* dtf 181 Commarolal Straat W anted. ! Mru-onil-Haitd Cauillr Boiei, At So. *0 Portland Street, Portland )an7 dtf HAVANA SVGAR7 300 Boxpi Havaua Sugar, for Sale by IIOPIIV ■ EATON. No. 1 Central wharf. Pun’.ao, March H. 1-84. mchl8 d8w Book Oard k Fascv Printing NEATLY EXECUTES AI TMf OFF*** OF THE PRE»

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