Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 18, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 18, 1864 Page 1
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VOLUME III. PORTLAND, ME, MONDAY MORNING. APRIL 18, 1804. WHOLE NO. 557 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN, Editor, I • published at No. 82f feXCil A.MIK 8THKKT, by N. A. FOHTEK 4i CO. Th* Portland Daily Prrsb is published at f7.oo per year; it paid strictly in advauce, a discount of • 1.00 will be made. Hingie copier three cents. Thu tf aim kStat* I'kk-h is published every Thurs day morning,at ifii.Oi) per annum, iu advance; •2.26 If paid within six mouths; and paynu ut be delayed beyond the year. Kates of Advertising! One inch of space iu length of column, constitutes a AUK.” •1 Lo per square daily first weak; 75 oents per week attor; throe insertions or less, #1.00; continuing eve ry other day alter first week. 60 cents.* Half square, three insertions or less, 76 cents; one week, #1.00; 6u cents per week after. Under head of Avilmkm a are, #2 00 per square per Week ; three insertions or Ices, #1,60. Spuoial Notu'ss, #1.75 pt»r square first week, •1,00 per square alter; three insertions or loss, #1.26; half a square, three insertions, #1.00; one week, • 1.26. Advertisements inserted in the Mainb State Panne (which has a largo circulation in every part of the State) for £0 oeuU p»r square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. JLroal Notiomb at usual rates. Transient advertisements must be paid for In ad venoe Bobinbsb Notioks, in reading columns, 12 cents per line for one insertion. No oharge less than flt\y oents for each Insertion. «jr*AJl communication* Intended for the paper thonld be directed to the "Editor of the Press, and thooo of a business character lo the Publishers. PaiirriHu ol every description executed With dispatch. F. Tracy, Travel I ns A cent. COMMUNICATIONS. Letter from the National Capital. About the Urtimil Ohio Martyr amt Hi* Martyrdom, Washington, Apr. II, istu. To tke Editor o/' tke Press: How Mr. Long, of Ohio, last Friday, in the Hall of Representatives, advocated a recogni tion of the Southern Confederacy; how Speak er Colfax on Saturday took his place on the Moor and offered a resolution to expel Mr Long trow the House; how Mr. Harris, of Maryland, thereupon realtinned Mr. Ianig’s opinions in more oifensive language; how a resolution to expel Mr. Harris received si votes against 58, lacking 12 of the reijuisite two thirds; how a vote of censure was nevertheless promptly passed; and how the Representative of the l«t Congressional district ol Maine voted against the resolutions of expulsions and dodged the the vote pi censure—of all these interesting facts, the telegraph and the last letter of your regular correspondent have already informed you. Ttie debate on the resolution to expel Mr. Long was postponed to two o’clock to-day (Monday.) It is one o’clock as I take nty place in the rejiorter’s gallery. Kxcept this, little space above the S|>cnker’s chair, sacred to the Fourth Kstale, every inch in the huge galleries is already crowded and every door way packed with a dense, impenetrable throng. There sits Mr. I/ong, well back on the right, the Democratic side of the House—an inoffen sive looking mail, with a face like a fire-brand. “Alex Long, M. C.,’’ says a Cincinnati letter in my possession, “is a good jrersonal friend “aud a right clever gentleman.'’ That letter was written four weeks ago, and no doubt Mr. Long deserves the commendation. The word c/erer must of course lie taken in the Ameri can sense of ijouil-nalureil. Such is Mr. Long’s bonAomte that lie cannot endure to think of the righteous retribution which has befallen our long-suffering Southern brethren. Such is his simplicity that he is not even conscious of the indecorum, to Say the least, of his prop osition to llie American Congress to recog nize and admit the success of the infamous re hellion now tottering into ruin. His hon esty may be admitted. The courage which lieu, (iartieid attributed to him on Saturday, may be doubted ; for probably no human be ing was ever inure astonished and confound ed, than is this poor man at the notoriety in to which lie has suddenly hluudered. The maikul'all eyes, lie sits there and reddens and blushes like a school boy. It Is half-past oue. The business before the House is completed. Xo new business can re ceive any tolerable attention at this moment, and on motion, no one ohjectiug, the resolu tion of expulsion is taken up halt an hour be fore the time appointed. There is a sudden rush toward the Union side ol the House. Ah ! Thad. Stevens lias the Moor,and neither friend nor loe cares to lose a word that falls from his lips. Last .Saturday, while he was aiek in his room, somebody charged him with the ex pression of opinions tantamount if pursued to their legitimate conclusions, to these mis chievous utterances of the Ohio Represen tative. tv jic u till-cat s awiV) I be mice will play, but Dow see how the whole fabrication tum bles ainl collapses under the three of his pow erful statement of the broad difference Ite tweeu his admission of the tie facto existence of the Confederacy aud Mr. Long's assump tion of its existence tie jure. What a grand air tile old man has, as lie patiently waits for that conceited popiugav, Cox of Ohio, to ex plain what he said and' what he intended to say. Mr. Cox's anxiety is relieved by the as surance that Mr. Stevens has no reference to him whatever, and was not aware that lie said anything at all upon the question. Aud so, with the round conclusion that “those gentle- . " men who pretend to find any likeness in “ views so diametrically opposite, must be “ either fools or kuaves—probably both," the. veteran limps slowly from the flail. Fernando Wood rises next, lopg, lithe, sin uous, snaky, aud presently sends up a long series of extracts from a new hook, to lye read hy the Clerk. They are intended appar ently to show that various public men, who now labor faithfully to maintain the Union, at some past time doubted its efficacy for good. Somebody asks if that is an enlarged edition of the “New Gospel of Peace." Mr. Wood occupies his hour, aud then follows a merci less hut strictly parliamentary chastisement of that political charlatan, from < leueral Schcnck. Fernando is placid, plays with his eye-glass, performs his part to admiration, hut if you study his lace with a glass, you will perceive that the lines of That quiet smile are very hard and firm, that the features are only com posed by strenuous effort. Aud no wonder. He tries to get the floor. “1 will not yield," cries Schenck, “to that—enemy of his coun try.” Voorhees of Indiana takes up the debate It is all the same story. Nobody dares to agree with the unlucky Long, hut then — the saered right of free speech! There are limi tations to free speech, O Voorhees—tile duello in half-civilized communities, the law against libel, the right of parliamentary bodies to sell-protection. Free spe. eh cannot bu allowed to degenerate into insult. Mr. Voor hees sometimes speaks very well. To day lie allows himself to become excited, llis thick, red hair is combed back in a fashion eveu more leonine than usual. He talks too fast aud roars too much, spits too profusely and does not always speak plainly. BTlic floor is quite full now. Garrett Davis, the Kentucky martyr, comes in and shakes bauds with Mr. Long. There sits Charles Sumner, quietly listening. Yonder stands Jim L«ue,conspicuously munching an apple ami just beyond is Keverdy Johnson. The Senate must have adjourned. Half-past live. Voorhees is down. While the motion for adjournment is pending, Mr. Colfax tries to effect an arrangement to vole on the resolution to-morrow at three. The opposition will not consent. They want more time to explain how utterly they Hitler from Mr. Long and how inflexibly nevertheless they are opposed to his expulsion. So the motion to adjourn is withdrawn, and a recess t>niy is taken till seven this evening. it Is very doubtful if the resolution will pass. A resolution of censure will doubtless lie adopted, and then we shall see whether Mr. Long will have the hardihood to retain his seat, as Mr. Harris has to day. H. W. K. MISCELLANEOUS. I N ojien Day ami Evening, for a Thorough Business J Education. Located 1S&. Hanson Block, Middle*!., No. 161. Ncholarfitips good in any part of the United Mates ne Principal lias had 20 yearn experience; is always ou the spot, and attends to his business; and prom ises, as during the j»asl 12 years, no pains shall be snared iu the future. Five hundred references of the first clast business men, with many others of this city, will testify to the practical utility, capacious ness aud completeness of my systems and manner of teaching, and citizen* of other cities have testified to the same. Diplomas will lie awarded for thor ough courses. Able Assistants secured. Bartlett's l'ian, the founder of Commercial Colleges, strictly adhered to as regards not copying. Certain times will he devoted to Commercial Law elucidations.— Come all who have tailed to be taught a business hand-writing and I will guarantee to you success. Application*solicited for Accountants. Separate in structiou given. Students ean enter any time. Sep arate rooms for Ladies. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate accounts adjusted. Ladies aud (leutlemen 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, Surveying, Native Business Writing, Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence, Card Marking, (aud tcachiug from printed copies and Text Books will be avoided please call, or address the Principal K. N.BROWN. Portland. Oct.2. 1*13. oo29 eodfceowl THOMPSON & EDWARDS, Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS, for the purchase and sale of Flour, Grain, Provisions and Produce generally, MO. C DOLE S BUILDING, Comer Clark and South W'ater Streets, Chicsgo, 111, EASTERN ORDERS SOLICITED. W. N. THOMPSON. J u II. 4. KDWAUD8, I * • 11XKhit BY PERMISSION TO Cragin k Co., Butter. Endieott It Co., Bankers, •John (iault.und li. W. Hinsdale Jk Co.,Chicago.; E. P. Uerrish, Cashier Casco Bank, E. Churchill k Co.. Thomas. Shaw, and Lyman k Marrett, Portland. mcliT codilw Navigation Tanglit — BT — T. H. PARSONS, — AT — No. 12, Deer Street, Portland <1 KKTLKM KN desirous of instruction in Practi * cal Nat igatiou will find au experienced leach er. He i* f ho ouly experienced Ship Mahler in the State, \\ lio teadie* Nat igatiou, and is especially ap pointed to quality Lnsigu* and Matts lor the l. S. Navy. me hSt* .»d3m JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY NQIJAKE, . . BOSTON Arc prcpirtd lo a( favorable rate, COI.T NESS ami UI.ENO A KNOCK 1» I a I R O N , Abo. BAR, S//KRT, T ROILKR PLAT* IRON, of Kngli.di and Scotch Manufacture. Wo uhallooutinue to receive, in addition to our American ltrick, a regular supply of KM.LIMII, SCOTCH. A W FILCH 1IHE BKICK mchll lodGm hi*: Boston nut: bkick And Clay Ketort Manufacturing Co., Work*, 3W4 Federal street, uilico andWarehouse. 13 Liberty Square and 7 Batter) march bt, inanufacture Fire Brick, ad shape* and sizes, for furnace* required to stand the moat inteiihe heat also Furnace Block* and Slab*, Locomotive Fire Block*. Bakers’Oven and Lireen house Tile*, Clay Kotort* and ni ce **ary Tiles to act them, Fire Cement, Fire Clay and Kaolin. The undersigned will give their special attention that ult orders for the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMKH I DMONIF A CO. Skli two Ai.imr, 13 LiUrty Square, Bo.don. me till t-odbm FANCY GOODS HOUSE, Wholesale, H. MERRILL, No. 131 Middle Street. ( up stairs,) Portland, Maine. Silk, Twiiit, Buttons, Bindings, Thriads, Pius, N«*edles, Cutlery, F.dging* Stationery, Lacing*, Tape, Klaatics, Belts, Combs, Suspenders, Toys, Ac. JJltKSS AS U TAILORS’ TRIM MINUS. tnchl imm13iu S1VALL STORES, Ac. Navy DKi*AUTMii»T, j BUCKAU or PROVlftMHU A CL«>1UI>0. J March 26th, 1864. ) SEPARATE FKOPO8AL81 scaled and endorsed •* Proposal* lor Small c tores, Ac," will bo re ceived at this <. tbca until 12 o'clock M , on the 26th day of April next, for furnishing and delivering (on receiving ten days’ notice) at the United Stat«* navy yard* at Char.ostown, Massachusetts, end Brooklyn, Now York, hi Mu h number* ana qaiatiUw and ol such liuii'sM may be specified by the Chic! of this bureau, or by the commandant* of tbe said uavy yards, respectively, during the remainder of the fiscal year ending on the Suth day of June, 1864, the number* and tjuaatkie* of tbe different article*, and at the place* specified iu the following list. \ir: Charlestown. Brooklyn. Salt water soap, lb*. ..60,000 86,0(0 1 bread, black aud white. IL* 200 1,000 Riband, hat, pieces. I.tiOO gjouo Tape, white,pieci*. 4.600 4 t<H) Tape, black, piece*. 3.000 l,f00 Spools cotton. 0,0> 0 12 000 Silk, sewing, lbs. 200 5A) Pocket baud kerchief*. 8,600 21.600 Needle*, sewing, paper*. 1,000 14.000 Thimble*. 3,000 3.ouu Jack-knives... 2.600 Scissor*. 1,600 2.600 Ha/or* . 6u0 6.0(10 Ka/ur strops. 16,000 2,000 Shaving boars.; 1.200 13,800 Shaving brushes.. 2.000 2.0n0 Shaving *oap cakes. 6,000 2,000 Scrub brushes. 2,000 2.000 Blacking brushes. 1,000 3 000 Whisk brooms. l.tfoo 2,000 Eagle coat buttou*, dozen. 5a0 - Eagle medium buttons, dozen 600 ——. Eagle vest buttous, dozen. 1 000 - T>. K. button?, dc/en. 6.000 2«,000 fine comb* . 4.1X10 1H.0C0 Coarse comb*. 4,000 20,000 Sooou*. 2,600 15 090 Forks . 2,600 2,600 Blacking, boxes.O.O'o 4o,00d Can opener*. 600 - Hteariue candles, lb* . 6O.O0O -- Offer* may be made from oue or more articles, at the optiou of the bidder, aud in case more than one article i- contained iu the offer the Chief of the Bureau will have the right to accept one or more of the articles contained in such oiler and reject tlie re mainder. The price must uniform, and ofers must embrace nil <f any one or more articles dthr eralde at nil the stations. For the description of articles iu the above list bidder* are referred to the sample* at the said Navy Yards, and to the advertisement of this liuieau dated August 15. 1803. and for information as to the laws and regulations ( in pamphlet form) regarding contracts, to the offices of the several commandants of Navy l ards and Navy Agent*. Wank forms of propo sals may be obtained on ap plication to the miry a gents at Portsmouth, New Hampshire . Iljston, New T01L, Philadelphia, Hai ti more. and at this bureau. inch30 lawfvvWed Btnlc of !Mniar* ExKC'UTIVK 1)KI* AUTM KUT I Augusta. April 7, 13S4. j An adjourned session of the Executive Council, will he held at the Council Chamber, iu Augueta on Monday, the Secoud l)*v of Mav next. Attes* EPHRAIM FEINT JR., aprhdtd Secretary of State. To iHaiiiifkc’tiirers. ^THIE subscriber being in correspondence with an 1 Emigration Agent in Birmingham, England, I who hu* been iu the business for a long time- will ohtaiu through that Ageiiey Artizansor Workmen of all classes with promptness and dispatch. . HOWARD 8U4Vf, March V), 1864 tf 02 IMiddle street. Portland. Removal. DK EUHWtii has removed to No. 60 High 8t., corner of Cougr*** Portland, March 17,1864. mohlTdtl MISCELLANEOUS. SPRING & SUMMER OPENING! ♦ _ A. 1». REEVES, TAILOR & DRAPER, NO. 98 EXCHANGE STREET, lias just returned from Boston and New York w ith a HIGH AND EA8HIONAULE ASSORTMENT OF Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Of every variety and style, (including mauy of the most unique patterns of the season.) w Inch he pur chased for cash, and consequently can give an ele gant “fit out** at the LOWEST CASH PRICES! lie invites his old lrieuds and customers, and the public generally, to call and examine his stock. Having enlarged his store by tbe removal of bis work-room above, lie has accommodations more ex tensive fur the display of his goods. April 8,1801. dtf NEW MILLINERY! -TO OPKN ON MONDAY, APRIL till. A - WrT«-| The subscriber, having leased the new store, Nu. 2J Free street, 2d door from Center St., has just received a liue assortment of the LATEST STYLES OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. which she is prepared to manufacture to order and sell at tbe lowest ( aku prick*. A good as-ortmeut of READY MADE BONNETS always on hand. MOURNING GOOD* in store and made to order Having had eight Tears experience in manufac turing millinery goods. 1 trust I shut! be able to please all who may favor me with their custom A -hare of patronage is most respectfully solicited. MAUY A. SKILLIN'.8 Portland, April 2,1864. upr2 dtf FEUCHTWANGER &ZUNOER, NO. Hi MIDDVJG STHEET. (VOX BLOCK), Are A sain in the Field -with Divisions, Brigades <fe Begiments! NEW AND EASUIONAIII.K DRY GOODS! FOR THE 9PRIN;Q. Ladies of Port laud and vicinity are respectfully invited to call uud sec the many beautiful «t> le* of Foreign and Domestic Bress Goods Jl'ST REl' E I V E D ! Also, the great variety lloiiNe Furnishing Goods ! Such as lirown and Bleached t'otton Sheeting* and Shirting*. Table Lineus, Drilling*, Ticking*. Denims, Stripe*, Ac. AI*o. just rcceiviug, the latent style* ol handsome spring Balmoral Sltlrts Ami the ir.nit ftsliionable SI'M S'O MIA »'I.S. A complete stock of CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES, FOK BOVS' AND MEN'S WEAK. CLOAKINGS ! CLOAKINGS!! An elegant assortment. We are just ready to manu facture to measure, at the shortest notice, any of the new and desirable Spring Cloaks. War rented to suit. I'KIICHTWANOKK A ZCNIFElt. (FOX BLOCK), ^ NO. £1 MIDDLE 8TKEET, POKTLAND, Haim. I*- S.—Ladies need not ask for good* from the wrecked steamship Hohemiau, a* we have none but sound and fresh good*, which we warrant a* such, aprl tl A oPnlNU SUPPLY -or— FASHIONABLE GOODS, -FOR COATS, PANTAL00N8 AND VESTS. obtained duriug the last week iu New York aud Boston, may be found at the itoreof WILLIM C. BECKETT, Merc haul Tailor, Ni . 137 Mi«l<ll«« Btreet. Borne of these Good* which have been recently imported, differ much iu color, texture and finish from the *t> le* that have continued in vogue tor a year or two past, and are considered very elegant. Beside* these aud other Good*, —comprising all the varieties for fasbiuuabic wear, at the same place may be luuud a good supply of Sn*ia«lnt«l Gt rmnu, Prenrk. aud Hrouricloth* ai d Doe sU i u«. tor genteel suit*; together with style* of Veatiug* selected with a view to suit all tastes. Also, excellent good* for Spriug Overcoats, Kug lish Walking Sacks. 1‘aletot*. and other Business Coats, with plates of the latest style* of Cuttiug aud Finishing. nr No. 137 Middle Btrcct.^! mch29 dCw CI1A I’M AN, Jit., Pat rut an 4 Jlusinest Ay -J» ency, No. 229 Congress Street. CLOTHES WKINGKICS at wholesale and retail. Ageuts wanted (iu every town). Call at *229 ! Congreb* Blrrvt. HAWbK'S Pulley Elevating ami Revolving Clothes Dryer tor. salt at ‘229 Cougre** Street. VN improved Waterwheel, unsurpassed by auy yet invented Models at 229 Congress Street. I)AUI IKS having capital to inve*t would do well to call at No. 229 Congress Street. \I ON BY Is being mud. by those who have Invest* IvA ed at 229 Congress Street. m AbPKING BKL), which, for simplicity and dura bility,!* unsurpassed. Samples at*229 Cougre** Street. TOOTHING ventured nothing gained is themaxim 1.a at 229 Congress Street. Il’S f received a new lot of Aiuidou's l’rcinium Wringers at 229 Cougre** Street. KUNDLKT Repair’s Wriugt sand Lamps at 229 Congress Street. mcli‘24 dtf I'OK SALE, Oh.cap for Cash! A GREAT VARIETY O* CHILDREN’S CARRIAGES, Ilird 4'nges, Hocking Horses, Ladies Work and Traveling llnskels, Toys, Marbles, four MONAII.S, I.ADIKS KKTICllLKS AS1) IIAIIS. DKI MS. VIOLINS, III;11'AKS VIOLIN 8TK1NGS, WHITING EESK8, WORK HOXE8, Ac — DV— W. 1>. ROBINSON, XI Exchange St. inolil4-3tn Book Card & Fanov Printing R 1C A Tie Y KIKVUTKl) AT TNI OFFIOF OF TMF FRF! W A N TS, LOST, FO U ND Wanted. A Second hand Piano—not particular about style, if good tone and action. Please address B, Box 2ttl P. O., Portland, giving price. apl2dlw "WANTED! 1,000 WOMEN, To make Army Drawers. Also good Pant Baxter* and Finishers warned in the shop to make ARMY PANTS. None but good workmen wanted. Apply at the rooms in FRF.R STREET BLOCK, over the store one door north of Tolford’s. No work giveu out or takeu in Monday forenoons or Saturday afternoons. lebAtdtl H. W. 1IUNTINDTON. $200 Reward. A KKW Alii) of Two llundrcj Dollar* will be paid IV by tin owners of ttie Ferry Boat II. II. Day, for the apprehension of the person or persons who iualic:ously damaged said Boat, on Monday night la*t. Poutlakij, April 6,1804. * d3«>* Wanted.! Second-Hand Caudle Boxes, At No. 90 Portland Street, Portland. 1an7 dtf Wanted. TO an experienced American Woman, desiring a good home, a situation is offered a* houtekeep er in a small family where she would be treated as one She would be required to take charge of and do the cooking and rhamberwork. see to the wash woman, and do the ironing. The work iu the whole w3uId be light. Pay l.GO per week, kn quire 80 Exchange St. HOARD. PLEASANT rooms and board, at No.72 Danfurth st., 2d door above Brackett St Call soon. Also a good stable for reut on the premises. mcb28 d3y* UK EEU k TII K E Y, NO. 50 ONION STREET, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Shoe Stock and Findings. Importers of Scntfs I.nsling* au.l UnsM'ttiiiffft, And the only M tnufactorersof KII> ANI) GOAT STOCK in the State. Having had large experience, and be ing importers and manufacturers, enables u- to sell the same articles as low as they can be bought in Boston. We have always taken especial pains to give our customers HF.LtAHLK GOODS, and be lieve none have given better sat intact ion. Country dealers are invited to examine our stock before pur chasing. Particular attention given to order* re ceived by mail. feblo d A w3m J. W. SYKES' Purchaser tor Eastern Account OF LOUK, GRAIN, SEEDS, PROVISIONS, LARD, BUTTER and WESTERN PUODUCK generally. Particular attention eivciHo shipping by quickest and cheapest routes. No. 168 SOUTH WATER 8T. r.o. Box 471. Chtciktfo, Illinois. KaFRitxircBa—Messrs. Maynard k Sons; I! A W. Chickering; C. U. Cummiugs k Co.; 8. G. Bowdlc-ar A Co.; Charles A. Stone: Uallett, Davis A Co., of Boston, Mass. Cashier Elliot Bauk. Boston. J. N. Bacon, Esq., President Newton Bank, Jew ton. C. B. Cotliu; Warren Ellis A Hons, New York City Jy® Wldly Contusion* 0 iapter 14th, Sections 80 and 32, of the Revised Statutes: Ski t. 80 When any dis-aw dangerous to tho public health exists In a town, the municipal officer* shall use all possible care to prevent its spread aud to give public notice of infected places to travellers, by displaying red Hags at proper distances, and by all other means most effectual, in their judgment, for the common safety. Sictnr.32. When a householder or physician knows that a person under his care is taken sick of any such disease, he shall immediately give notice there of to the municipal officers of the town where such person is, aud it he neglects it he shall forfeit not less than ten, nor more thirty dollars. Tho above law will be strictly enforced JOHN S. UEAI.D, febl’itmayl City Marshal and Health Officer. CltAFTS A* WILLIAMS. 8CC«KS*or* to J. \V. IIONNEWELL A Co., No. .r> 6 7 A 8 Commercial Wharf, Boston. Importers and Wholesale Dealer* in />rugg. Medi cines, Faints, Oils, Dye Stud'*, Manufacturers, ar ticle* and Chemical*. Manufacturer* of Copal l <tr nisAcs, Japan Ac. Agents for Forttt Hirer lead Mystic Lad Co. French and American Sane, Druggist’*,* Perfumers aud Liauar l*il>r/*. General Agents for J. I.. lianuewelP* l uivcrsal Cough Rem edy, Tola Anodyne and Electric Pill*, mch’iieoddm TO MERCHANTS. riUiF. undersigned having greatly increased their X facilities l'ur manufacturing HOOTS AN1) SI I OKS, and having large experience In tnai oranch, would call the attention of the trade to the tame. We shall in future be much butt* r able to *uttply the de mauds of the trade then heretofore, and are confi dent that in the quality, both of our stock and work, we can give satisfaction, as wemauafactureexpreas ly for the retail trade. 1 ho*c buy ing lor cash w ill find it to their advantage to look at our stock, which consists iu part of IIUBBKRS, SOLE a tut IT AX LEATHER, FREXfll and AMERICAN CALF, French Kip, Lemoinr and /odot t'alf. Coat and Kid Stock, Serges and Web*. Boot and Shoe Machinery amt Findings of Ml kinds. Mr. Kumumd Liuby, late of the firm of M«»arfl. ('lias. J. Walker A Co , has associated himself with us, and rolyiug on his many years experience in manufacturing, we are confident in making the above statements. TYLER A LAMB. Portland. Feb. 1, 18G4. febti dim. SHERIDAN & GRIFFITHS, (Successors to Joseph Cray A Co.,) PX.ASTEHERS, PLUS i OlNAiniAT STUCCO i 1V8TIC IlORkUS ARE now prepared to furni«h the public with Center Pieces aud all kinds of Plaster Orna ments as cheap a* any other establmnient in the State, aud at the shortest notice. ^ We will also give prompt attention to repairing Plastering, Whitening, White Washing aud Color ing : Pleaso leave your orders at No. 6 South street opposite the Riding School. teb26 d3m NKW OKI. KAN S. S. D. MOODY a*. CO.J OommiaHion Merchant, «»7 Tchoupi touts* St . New Orleans, La. Before ne'ft: Baker A Morrill, Bo*ton: Franklin Snow A Co., Boston: Wise A Bussell, Boston ; C. Nickerson A Co., N. Y.; Rich A Co., St. Louis. XET" Particular at tent ion given to Consignments of rcsse/s, Lumber, /lay, Oats, fr. mcli23 uiitn Notice. A FINAL Dividend of tin* first fund from the as sets, set apart iu reduction .of the Capital | Stock of the late Bank of Portland, will Im* paid, on aud alter this date, to the Stockholders of said Bank, at the time of the reduction of its capital, or to their i legal representatives. The dividend will bo paid at the Canal Bank, Portland. Portland. March 29, 1H&1 mchW dis.*iw* Urns'. *»,«>« 1, Cln,e»c Ac. JUST received a choice Jot of “ Colebrook" 11 MIPS GRASS, Vermont aud Michigan CLOVER and RED-TOP seed. Vermont CHEESE, and various brands Xrfraand Family FU ur for sale at the lowest cash prices by PLUMMER A COLE, Corner of Portland and (ireen St’*. meU9 wGw* * -—-: w • •• 1 — Wood, Palm Lfiil ond lloiicy, Dili LOUS CEDAR. (IlH lol LOUS MAllOUANY', 17 LOUS LANCE WOOD, 63*1 BUNDLES PALM LEAF, 3G3 MATS. 7 TIERCES HONEY, Cargo Bark Albiou Lincoln. For sale by IlOPHNl EATON, febU No. 1 Central Wharf. Minim Power to Kent. ROOMS with Steam power can be bad, by appli cation to J. L. WINSLOW, tt Union St. apr*J 3w IjtlVE DOLLARS will he given tor the detection and oobvlutton ot any person or pornouiBteatiay paper* from tno doors of our subsoribwrs. «*•«§ rum iMua.RU or muruKsv. _INS U RANGE. American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OK NEW YORK. Capital $200,000, In.nrr Building., Morrhnndl.e, ilon.r hald I’nniilurr. Krai., ta n.r.. Van .cl. on thr Stock., und other Par annul Froiertj at in« law eal rrtra. 8AMUKL BROWN. President. WILLIAM RAYNOR, Secretar. EDWARD SHAW, Agent, 102 Middle Streot. Oot'/T lyt-od „ STATEMENT OF THE if-Una Insurance Company, OK HARTFORD, CONN., On th© 1st day of November, A. O. 1863, as required by the Laws of the Stale of Maiue. The Capital Stock is...*1.600.000 and t citk the surplus it invested as follows : Keal estate, unincumbered, *87,96.3 18 Cash in hand, on deposit, and in agante’ hands, 218,960 66 United States Stocks, 612.817 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Honda, 6»iy!460 <X) Hank and Trust Company Stocks, 1,«M7,270 <0 Mortgage Bouds, 331.960 uo Atlantic Mutual lug. Co's scrip. 1862 8, 16,886 60 Total Assets, *3,026,879 74 Amount of Liabilities tor Losses not due or adjusted, *175.41184 Amount at risk, estimated, 116,616.479 0( TUOS. A. ALKX AN’DKtt, President. Lucira J. Uakdsk, Secretary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1863. J. C. CHUBCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Blo<*k, Portland Pier. deco dtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augusta, Maine. TilK Maine Insurauoe Company insure against loss or damage by Tire, Buildings, Merchan dize and Tnruiture, on terras as favorable as it can be done bv any solvent Compauy. Policies issued for One, Three, or Tive years. J. L CUTLKK, President. J. H. WILLI A MS. Secretary. VDWAUD SHAW-i|m(, Ho. 108 Middle Street. oolSeodly Spring and Summer Goods! P. B. FROST, Merchant Tailor, 94Exchange St., Having returned from New York and Bouton with the blht amortmeut and M*wm btylkb of EtiKlihli, French, Orrmun, Scotch und Amcricun Clotlib. Krabr,cing all the dwlrabl, STYLES, SHADES aod EIXISH to be found in the market, luitablefor HLSINKSS SUITS. KNf.LJSli WALKING L'UATS, Spring OVEKCOATB and DKKSS SUI TS. Nice Vetting, Army and Wavy Cloth*. Every pain* will bj taken to give entire aatiafaction in FITTING, workmanship and price*. CLOTHS FOR BOY'S WEAR, Particular attention giveu to Flitting At Manufacturing Boy’* nothing inch 9eod3m JOIIVS’ COAL. /\ TONS Stove *i«e, at 198 Commercial Bt. oU (fttlchardaou’p Wharf.) Portland Hie uudendgned ha* aold the Johu*' Coal for nine year* lant pa*t. It ha* given general «ati* faction Where there is a lair dralt, no coal excel* tor cooking use. Other varieties, to wit: LEHIGH. Sugar Loaf, and Hazleton. SCUT YLKI LL, (W. A*h.) Loiuat Mountain. RKI> ASH, the genuine FRANK LIN COAL. Al*o, the Diamond. CL Mil ERL. AND COAL, a prime article for Smith*' u*c. t F"A11 coal from tbi* wharf, will he sent in good order, carefully picked and screened. mcli3ifteodtf JAMES ||. BAKER. Coimly of ('iiinbPiiiiiMl. Tbiaivkib'i Ornci, April l^rd. STATEMENT ot Coat* ol Criminal Prosecution*, allowed by the Supreme Judicial Court, at the March Term. A. I*. 1h»>4, made iu conformity withthe requirement* o I an act of the l,egi*lature of Maiuc( entitled “An Act relating to I me* and Coat* oft rim* iual Prosecution*,” approved March 27 tb, 1868. c s ii u H Prosecutions. M General Bill 831 Cl Mate vs. Alexander Foss 4 18 8. J. Court. 8 J. C. Ncliciiiiah C. Klee 4 Id •• 44 Fbett IVudexUT 4 28 ** •• George Hall 4 2“ “ •* Janie* Nowlan 4 b* *• " Jautea June- k George Pike 4 28 Muu Court " Frederick M. Libby 4 40 8. J. Court. •• Ceriaiu intoxicating li quor* claimed by J. h. Abbott 1 40 Muu. Court. " J as. Bradley, Jr .appt. 4 4d •' " Kicha il It. Uuddy, •* 4 40 •* •' IdHacSteiens 4 40 8. J Court. Arthur** 4 40 44 •• Luring Jo->ly u 4 28 Mun. Court. •* Same 4 28 *• *• 1 ho*. Can t let on, alia* Charles Smith 1 1«> 8. J. Court. 44 Aluum 1., Finery 4 40 •• •• Same 4 40 “ •• Henry Haskell k Sami. Luring 4 2s Mun. Court. " Jaine* iHvine 4 40 •' 4‘ Ira W. Clark 4 Id “ “ >ame 4 40 •** *• George 11. Lear it t 4 2s »* •• Tllouiatt Newcomb 15 hi 8. J. Court. 41 ka»»ill J. Carter and 4<reeiileat Chute 1 Id Muti Court. 44 Peabody kueeland 4 40 8 J. Court. 44 W'iUiani Henry 14'j3 Muu. Court. ** Same 6 44 44 44 Michael Horan at aU 20 22 44 44 4 harlot F Ntal et als 18 M 44 *• Havid Butniau 22 04 •* “ Sauu* J 02 44 «• L.ti-u/o 6. 1 woiutdy Id 44 8. J. Court. “ William Huddy 2d 63 “ *• Hand Brown, A 44 $1 4* *• feame, B. 7 5 5 44 44 Same, C 7 55 4* 44 Jaine* Hall 7 56 44 44 Same* 47 44 44 44 William J Harmon 4697 44 44 Same 7 65 44 “ Peabody Kueeland * 66 44 44 Sume 67 2d 44 “ John Kennison 17 11 Mun. Court. 44 Margaret Wallace 67 21 44 44 Samui l 11. Hoten 12 98 8. J. Court. 44 Fraucia O. J. Smith 0 95 44 44 Ira W. Clark 13 10 llich'd F.Cummings, appt 8 40 44 4* Geo W. St. John, appt 5 65 Mun. Court. 44 Columbus II. T. Htan 27 15 Trial Justice. 44 Charles 1. Fowler, 7 73 Muu. Court. “ *680 82 THOMAS II. MKAD, County Treasurer. Portland, April 12, 1864. ap!3 dlawA w3w l'._S To M fin iif'stc Hirers, Ship Builders, AND persons desirous of Real Estate Investments, the following j roper ty in offered at gutnl bargains. ‘40 Houses at prices from 91600 to fbtiOO. lOO House Lots at ptices from to A30UO *4un0 Kent of water front suitable for wharves Ship yards. Manufacturing Sites, fronting deep water with flue spring ot water adjacent thereto and a portion of it udjoiniug theUraud frank Kail Road, from which freight uihv tie deposited on the promises. uiohl7 3in MoSKK UOULD, 74 Middle St. Itirico lnsnrHn<-e Coui|tRiiy. TIIK undersigned, a majority of the persons 1 named in the first section of an Act entitled “ An Act to iurnr|vorate the Dirigo Insurance Co.,’* approved April 4. l.wod. hereby give notice that they have opeutni Hooks for subscription to the Capital Stock, of said Comj auy, at the Office of the fort laud Mutual hire Insurance Company, or at the Merchants' Exchange Room. JOSEPH HOWARD. KBKN STEELK. a k. auunn.EFK. J B CARROLL. WM. CUASK. h/.KA CAKI K.R JR. J. C BROOK*. 1> W. CLARK W. W. THOMAS. Portland. March M, 1861. mch'44 dA w3w HOTELS. Splendid Pleasure Kesort! THE WHITE HOUSE, lroa*i»L» witson HOiras.) J. V. MlLLhlt...PUOPKIKTOK. 1A Thi. popular 11 i tel h*- recently boos pur ^ 4 ft a w»cha-<«-d t>y Mr Miller; of the Albion»and has [been thoroughly refitted, renovated and re [paired, and nameroos exM&nt ittmtioai -Jtnadi- It I- located on the Sac» arappa road, about tour inilee from Portland, ailordinga beautiful drive ov«»r a good road, aud Just about far enough for pleasure. it has a line large Dancing Hall and good Bowling Alleys. In close proximity to the bouse is a warm and roomy Stable, containing twenty uico stalls. Hie re in also a well sheltered Shed, 106 feet loug. tor hitching horses The choicest Suppers will be got up for »lelghing and dancing parties, who will find it greatly to their pleasure and advantage to resort to the W bite House. No effort will be spared for the entertainment oi JPioHta. decltt-dtf HALLOWELL HOUSE REOP E N E I) t NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES! S. O. DE.TNISI, Proprietor. The public aro specially iuformed that the fji>aciou», convenient and well known Hallowki.l the center ot Uallowell, two miln from Augusta, and lour mi‘e* from 1'ogus Spring, has heeu refurnislied, and is open for the reception ol company and prrmaueut boardtr*. Kvery attention will bo given to the comfort of guests. STABLING, and all the usual conveniences of a popular hotel, are amply provided. Hallow?! , Feb. 1 ISC-1. mch26eodtf THE AMERICAN HOT, Hanover Street .... Boston, The Largest and Best Arranged Hotel IN NKW KNULAND. LEWIS RICK, Proprietor. ooltly FASHIONABLE^ CLOTHING I AU«. P. YORK, Merchant Tailor, Hiving taken the elegant aud commodious store NO. lOft MIDDLE ST l( ELI CORXKK or PLUM, Invito# the attention of Gentlemen to his rich in voice of Foreign and domestic Cloths for Spring and Hummer wear, all of which have just been selected from the large-t aud best stock# in New York aud Bo ton, and will be made np to order aud with de«patch iu the latest .style# — CULL MATCHED setTS, COA TS, CASTS nr VESTS, a# may be desired. FURNISHING GOODS in great variety, and suited to the taste# of all. con stantly on hand. EMEsH HOODS HEi 'Ell AJt EVERY WEEK. 104 MIDDLE STREET. Portland. March 8, 1*61. cod to jan 1 Mason & Hamlin’s t'ABINKT OKU AN*. TUK fub#criber, being impressed with the great excellence of theme Instruments, and their adap tation either for *mal] churches, vestry-, or parlor#, offer# them for sale to the citizen# of Porllaud and vicinity. Hie manufacturers have the trrittm tettimnnw ot overt hundred of the best Organists aud Musicians, both foreiga aud native, to the effect that they are #uporior to any Instrument# of the kind that they have ever seen. Among the testimonial# of such a# l'halberg, Morgan aud /.undcl, i# the following from Gottachalk : “Mnaeafl. Masoi & 11am LinI congratulate you on the introduction of a new Musical Instru ment, long wanted, and sure to And it# way into every household of taste and refinement that can possibly afford it# moderate expense. Your < uMssi Organ is truly a charming instrument, worthy of the high praise it ha# received, and far superior to everything of it# class 1 have seen. 1 take pleasure in commending it most heartily a# everywhere wor thy a place beside the Piano Porte, to which it i# a flue oointdement, from it# capacity for reudermg much delightful mu#ic, sacred, secular, cla.-uc and popular, to which the Piano is not adapted.” UOTtdCUALK. New York. 23d Sept. ,1*11. These Instruments may be found at the Music ltoom# of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturers’ prices. H. S. EDWARDS, No. 840 1-3 Btuwikrt't Ulook, Cone rest Bt i«ah iltr Neoteli Cnmiw, • -rui #AL* bt JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Bath. Me. flA/\ BOLTS Superior Bleached) ^V/VJ 300 do All Long flax •Gov-1 .. WoPkl eminent cou tract.” J *Xi do Extra AH Long fiax I MX) do Nnvy Pine j Delivered in Portland or Bottom. Hath. April 10.1*43 aplldtf Coal land Wood! -AT TUN LOWEST PRICES FOR CA8JL, DKLIVKIIKD TO AS Y PART OP TUK CITTt A T siiuk r SO Tu 'K. Our Coal 1* of the very H>^jl quality, and war ranted to give «atie(Action. -ALSO. FOE BALK All Minds of Hard and Noll Wood. The Public are Invited to givo u» a call, aa «« are bound to give satisfaction tu all who favor us with their custom. OFFICE NO. 49 COMMERCIAL STREET. RAJTDALL ft McALLISTER ang^U ly ^ TO tlllF UI U.DBB8. I*. S. A .1. B. IllIOKINS, COMMISSION Ml ll HANTS and wholesale and retail dealers in Sim* Tiviian v ► o Plane. Have tor »ale at their Wharf, Central SqUAKK, Fanr Boston, 2fi0.000 Locm»t uud Out Tree nails. 2.000 iturk hurt*, planed. Also Whitk Oak Plank and l'imlkii,Ciikstni r Hoaicuh and Plank Wuith Pink, Deck-Plane. Ac. Paiticular at tentiun paid fo Furnishiug GtU PUtnl by tliei'argu iuch2l d3m Colley, Burnham & Co., Cxhiuet Makers anil I pliiilsterers, 30S, Congress Street, VICE prepared to do all kind- of Cabinet and l!p* h«»M» ry work, at the -hortest notice. All kind* of Furniture, Lounges «V IMnttrcssc* —constantly on hand— N. 11. The public are invited to call and examine. n»-*h4 dtf Scotch 4'uiivus*. BOLTS—from the factory of David Cor " «*ar A Sun*. Leith -a sail cloth o( superior •quality— Just received per • Jura ", uud for tale by McClLVKKY, ItYAN A DAVIS, moliiii tltf 161 t'ommercial Strict PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. ThU Company will i**ue Police- to be free after the payment oi six. eight or ten Premium.- at the optiou of the (mured aud at rates a* low a* any other Compauy. IheiMueut Free Policies render- it at the least equal it not superior to the participation com pa liies Office No. 102 Middle St. I'll A ELLS HOLDF.N, Pre«. KDWAKD SHAW, Sec. Feb 14 dA w tf. "business CAKIis. W. W. OAHU & 00., lUvtn* taken tho fruit Uluru formerly ootupled by O. H A W V K H, I%'o. 5 Kirhiinsc Blrrci, Aro prepared to offer to the tradoalarge and wall •elected stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit l Wholesale and Ketail Oraairt Hyrnre Cam, lerraaei lifmeai, t'naary Herd, t'aadba, l.lmra. I.eMtoM Nyrnp, Hammy, rrnael, Cwm .Vala, • f|ia, Citron, Simla, nil hind.. IJale., OH»r., R-lai-a. Tnbarea, Cl«nr.. r“*«T * ••die* mf m1| «lrwcrlpileM OcUf dtf F. M. CARSLEY^ CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER, No. 51 Union Street, IB prepared to do all kinds of CABIN FI JOB* nINO in a prompt and *aU*lactory ru&uner. Book and Show Cate* made to order. KT* tar allure Made, Repaired aud Varnlehed at _ SHORT NOTICE. Portland. May JS.lhrii. t, IRA WINN, Agenti I^To. 11 Union St... !• prepared to ftornuth STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, of various *tiat and pattern*, Pipe ud rutana, Mill Curia*, Sbfliar, Paliep, it, Ltuar Uuuaa Won* of all deMriptl iu., and nU ki^ds of work tei)uirt.d in biuldiug I'UBTirit'ATIOtl. Iron Stair. and other Architeetaral Work. Honne*. Stores, and other bviluiori, fitted with Ga* and SU-aw in the beat mauner. In oonnectiou with the above i* an Iron Foundry, with a large aiMortment of Tattem*. to which tha attention of Machinist*, Millwrights.and ^hip-Baild* er« is invited—aud ail kinds oI Castings iurnklwd at abort uotice. k^*Ordor»for Macbhin Jobbing, 1'atterus and Forgings, promptiy exeaated. ooh MIUCiKIt’S SEWING MACHINES! WOODMAN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS, Ifoa. (4 mod if..Middle street. f^adlaaaad Trimmings always on hand, mahlttf FOB SALE. A PLEASANT Country Seat, at New f.louccstrr Lower C'ornur. TK» Maud formerly occupied by F. Ytafou. as a Home he bod, is offered for safe. The nou*e a«*d ell, botli two stoiy. tbe latter new. contain fifteen finished rooms, a rood cellar, and »n abundance of pure, soft water, wood house and sta ble connected. The place U adorned with shade and oruatuoutat tree* and "hrubltery. c umaudsa beau tsfUl prospect, is situated iu a good community, and is but an hours ride from Portland ou the tirand Iruuk Railroad. A large garden belongs to it, Weil stocked with young an « thrifty fruit tree* in full bearing, (24 apple trees.) price 91700. For further information apply to F. Vent on, Fry* burg Me., Seth Uas.kell. iwnr the premises, or ALBION kklill. l:& Mtudle Street. f«b2f» Itawtf Portland. A CAKD. DR. S. C. FERNALD. DEMIST, N«>. 173 \ Street. KlvitBiii.ii*.Dr*. Bacon end Bkhliv. Portland, May U, 1**3. lf l»r. J. 11. 1IE4I.D HAVISO dwpoeed of hi* enure lutereft la hie OitcetoDr S.C tt.KNAl.D, would clioerlhily reocomm. Dll him to hi* former patient* unit the pa*. lie Hr. Kuhhald. from loug experience. i* prepar ed to iu*< rt Artiiiciai leoth ou tbe “Vulcanite Bum,” end ad other method* known to the proieanioa. Portland. Mav 1ft. Ion ,r JOHN F. SHERRY, Hair Cutter and Wig Maker, No. IS Market, Fort' ind.lupttnlru.) KF“S.-par*te room for Ladieu’ and Children'* Uair Cutting. A good *tock of Wig*. Half-Wig*. Rand*. Bralda, C.rl*. Krivetu, Pad*, kolle, Crimping Bourdk. he., ho . oou*tantiv ou baud. leXl'OJ dly REM O V A 3L*. UK. riEWTOiX HAS removed bin renounce to Vo. 37 MiJdU Sfreef, corner of t rankliu ktreet. Olf.oea* heretofore, .Vo. lift St net, la Soble'* Bio., k up atuir*. Olllee hour* from v to Id AM, from 1 to 3. aud from * to n o'clock p M Or S will continue, in connection with general practice, to give *peo*a! attentioa to HISS ASKS US FKUALMS _ nedldtr WOOD AMI COAL CHEAP FOK t'AMlI ! $9.50. CHEAP COAL. $9.50 pi:ivs lot niFsrxuT coil. »9 to » ro.v SPKINti MOINTAIS, LKIIHiU. llt/lLCON, sciiAit loai. olo company i.tiiii.ii lo cust John I'Ai.s Johns, majiono. m kbs 11. U a i d 111. At K 1IKATH There Coni* are ail tbe very beat ijuality. well *crteued end picked, and warranted to give ratinfaetiou. A !*o lor talc beat of KAllO AND SOFT WOOD, dtlirered to nuy part of tht» city. OrFicsCoMMKuciAL 8t . header Franklin Whtirl. S. HOI NDS A SON. ft*bit** dly WAIIKKV* PIPOKVKD PIKK AND WATI'.H l'KOOP FELT COMPOSITION, -AMD Gravel Roofina; FOR FLAT ROOFS. K. 11 I'iKSKV. A^ent, jsn2G dtf No. 6 Union Street. FERTILIZERS^ 1850 n.,.us H** !•»>“ I.ODI l«>l 1>KK1TE, 1*0" 1.1 ri'LKUKl.U 8 1‘OUDKk.Tnt. r or ulr at iuiiiutaciurt'r,i< pile** t.y KKMlAUi WUITNKY. Portland *<t>. 8,1804. ftbilUirom HOOTS \ A II SHOES ! «. W. I.OTUKOr, «S Middle Street. dfgtt Wbereeen be toaiui a large aseortment of PII I.mdies , i .puts’. Mi-ses’. Bo\s' and Yu at In* I ■^ts-bionaMr. FOOTS. >HOFS and Rl R llFils ut the best manufacture uud at rea sonable prices Boots and .*a'»Ks mad* to measure from tbe best French and Aim r caii stock and on the I a test sty In la*t*. WM. >V. Kuril KoF. mchV'J d’Jm BOUNTIES * PRIZE MONEY. $IOO IIuhuit for Sol.tiers wcu&dcd in Battle. \VK are prepared to obtain a Bounty of floO for *▼ soldiers discharged on account otuoind* rreriPttJ Bounty ol * 1U0 lor So dier* disctiarved on ! aecouut of *• umds r, r,irnl in Imttte obtained ill papers on tile a re correct) iu tto-r tio.e Special attention given to the collection of Brize Monty, nnd claims against Government HWKAT tV C IjKAVKS, ('oune^llors at Law, tnrbH dtf No 117. M 1‘leSt., Massey’s Row. ALBERT WEBB A ( O., - D1ALIHK Hi — Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD or MKEKII.L'E WUAkP, ('•■mrdal Urtai, - - P.rilaad, M«, naif

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