Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 29, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 29, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. VOLUME ID. PORTLAND, ME., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL •_>!>, 1864. WHOLE NO 567 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. GIIiMAN, Editor. It published at No. 82| EXCHANGE hi HKh T, by N. A. FOSTER At CO. Thb Portland Daily Pause is published at 67.00 Ser year; if paid strictly in advance, a discount of 1.00 will bo made. Single oopiea three cents. n Ikb Af aibbStatbPhkbs is published every Thors* d ay morning,at 82.00 per annum, iu advance; 82.26 If paid within six months; and payment be delayed beyond the year. Rutei of AdvertUing: One inch of space in length of column, constitutes a "ByUARB." 81.60 per square daily first week; 76 cents per week after; three insertions or less, 81.00; continuing eve* ry other day alter first week, 60 cents. Half square, three insertions or long, 76 oents; one week, 91-(Hr; 60 cents per week after. Under head of Am&mbm Birrs, *2 (»0 per square par week; three insertions or lota, 81,60. Spboial Notion, s*1.76 per square first week, 61,00 per square after; three insertions or less, $1.26; half a aquare, three insertions, 61.00; one week, • 1.26. Advertisements inserted in the Mainb Statu Pauaa (winch has a large circulation in every part of the State) for 60 cents per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. I.b<»al Notiobb at usual ratos. Transient advertisements must be paid for in ad vanoo Bdbibubb Noticba, in reading columns, 12 centa par line for one insertion, ft o charge less thaD II fty Cents for each insertion. Ail communications Intended for tho paper should be directed to the " Editor of the Press" and Iboae of a business character to the Publishers. LF*Job Pbibtino of every description executed with dispatch. Friday Morning, April 241, 1HG4. The Fort Pillow Massacre. Graphic Statement by an Eye-Witness—The Bebels gain an Entrance under a Flag of Truce—Union Soldiers shot down in Cold Blood, and hunted by Bloodhounds — \egrois and White Men burned and bur ied ulire. . From The Missouri Democrat, 22d. r.uwara u. Menton, a citizen, resident of Fort Pillow, who was present at the inhuman massacrehy the Rebel troops under Forrest,at Fort Pillow, was examined at Department Headquarters on Tuesday by Major Bond, A. I). C. The testimony was taken by William Thorpe, Esq., phonographic reporter, ol this city, and is as follows: I was born In Waltham, Vermont. Question. Where have you resided last? Answer. I was in Missouri, engaged in fur nishing beef to the Government troops on the North Missouri road until a year ago last July. I then went down to Fort Pillow, ami have been there ever since. Q. What was your busiuess there ? A^ 1 owned 21.") acres of the fort, bordering e river, and the very land we (ought on. 1 was putting in a hundred acres of cotton just outside of the fortifications, which was my principal business. Q. You lived outside the fort? A. Yes, Sir; 1 slept there. I was iu the fort every day. I was only about a mile from the landing—not a mile from the fortifi cations. ARRIVAL OF FORREST. Q. Just say wlicu you saw Forrest’s men— about tlie day, the time of day, and what you did? A. On Tuesday morning, the 12th of this month, I was awakened by about 5 o’clock, or •» 1-2 o clock, by a little darkey l»oy, wliocatne into my room aud says, “O, Mr. Benton, all of Forrest's men have coins, aud they are just going iuto the fort to take it — what will I do? ' I got out of bed and looked out of the window^ toward the fort and saw about 300 or 400 of Forrest’s men drawn up in line, and some one was making a speech to them which was answered by cheering. They chee;ed and then the pickets flrei I put some things in tny valise aud starteW'or the fort iu my round about way. and got in by running the pick ets, about (i o’clock, and went immediately to Major Booth and asked for a gun, and took my stand with the soldiers inside the breast works, where I remained aud shot at every person of Forrest’s meu that 1 could get a chance—firing 48 shots in all—uutil the (lag of truce was sent in. SHAMEFUL COSMCCT INI IKK A FLAIi OF TRCC'K. Q. What was the time of day it caine in? A. It came in about 2o’clock; I should thiuk 1 12 or 2 o’clock in the afternoon. Q. Had they made any attack then? A. Oh, yes, Sir. Q. Mad they tried to carry the fort by storm and been repulsed ? A. Oh, yes, Sir. At one time the Confeder ate troops had all disappeared. Q. Wc-rc 401) all there were ? A. Those were all I saw there. This was when they first made their appearance when 1 first saw this 400. After getting into the fort we saw more than 1,000 coining iu at dif ferent passes, and the sharp-shooters were sta tioned on every hill on every side of us, ex cept the river side. Q. Do you recollect how many attacks they made to carry the Fort before the Hag of truce caine in ? A. They fired twice. It is not proper to be called an attack. Q. I)id they use artillery ? A. Yes, Sir. They could not hurt us with that. They shot at the guuboat. Q. \\ hen the flag of truce came iu did they make any disposition of their troops around the Fort there? A. Yes, Sir. After the flag of truce was seut And the tiring ceased, they came up on all sides to within ten yards of the very em bankment that screened us. Q. While the flag of truce was waiting? A. Ves, Sir; more especially the northern side, just under the hank looking toward Coal aiccn. Q. How long was that Hag inside our lines? A. One hour was the time — I suppose it was all of an hour. <j. Do you kuow the nature of it? A. It was for an unconditional surreuder. It was reluscd by Major Booth? A. By Major Bradford—yes, Sir — Major Booth had been killed. He asked time to consult with the gunboats, and dually re turned, answered that there were none of Hawkin'* men there, and he never would sur render. Q. Didn't Major Bradford make any protest against the troops coming up uuder the llag in that way? A. I don’t know. Sir. Q. When the flag went back, did they com mence (1 ring again? A. Yes, sir. Q. Kept it up for how long? A. They commenced firing again, hut the firing didn’t last llfteeii miuutes. Up to this time there had not been twenty killed on our side. STRENGTH OK THE GARRISON. Q. What was the strength of the garri son ? A. Five hundred and eighty, I think, just. Q. llow many of these were negroes? A. About three hundred and eighty—near ly lour hundred; I don’t kuow exactly ta a man. Q. How many citizens beside yourself? A. Win. W. Cutler,ol Chicago, aud a young man by the name of lioblnson; he was a soldier, but iu citizens clothes, and got ofi* ou that plea. HOW THE FORT WAS CAPTLRKU. Q. The second flag that came in—about how Jong after the first? A. Well, there was no second llag of truce, except the one; there was no firing in the interim. Q. Was there any firing while the first was in ? A. No, Sir ; not a single shot was fired on either side. After the flag of truce had been rejected, or the surrender rejected, they were so close to the Fort that about d.uoo just sprung right in, and the whole garrison threw down their arms at once. The bigger portion of the darkies jumped down the. hank toward the Mississippi River without any arms at all, and were followed by Forrest's men, aud shut indiscriminately, black aud white, with hand kerchiefs held over them in a great number of instances—as many as fifty, I should think. MURDERING THE I'ltlSONEUN. Q. Did you see any of these persons formed jn line and shot down ? A. Yes, Sir. Q. How man; ? A. They were collected, at least, I should think, live or six different times. Q. How long a line? A. Well, it was more in a collection than it was properly in a straight liue: there was a line probably as long as this room—about 30 or 35 feet. Q. These lines were scattered by rebel shots several times? A. Yes, Sir. Q. These men were unarmed ? A. Unarmed; unarms of auy description, and held up both hands, begging for quar ter. i,i. Were you putin the liue? A. No, Sir, I was not; it was attempted to put me in line, but I clung to a man who tried p) shoot me, and 1 caught his guu and prevented him, and he took my money from me—some seventy dollars—and ordered me into liue, raising his guu to strike me; and as I came to the line, the Captain made a feint to strike mo with his sword, and told me to give him my pocket-hook, which I did, but, as he turned to put in others, I sprung away and clung close to the man that had llrst token my money; 1 said to him that he had taken . all the money, and he must keep me from be ing shot like a dog. as 1 was a citizen and had nothing to do with the fight; he abused me in every way by had language, saying that we had fought them like devils, and tried to kill aH»of Forrest's men, until we came to the back stores, where he gave me a soldier's coat, and told me to wait a moment until he could step in and steal his share: as soouas 1 was left, 1 took some clothing, a saddle, a blanket, and a halter that were there, and started out of the fort as one of Forrest’s men; on the way I saw three persons shot—mulattoes aud blacks—shot down singly, lh cold blood; I succeeded in getting over the fortifications, and hid under fallen timber, where I remained until dark; after dark I attempted to go toward Ilatcliie Kiver bottom, but the fallen limber being so had 1 got lost and wandered near the Pass No. 2, leading out of the fort inside of it, where I could see all, where I laid until the next day, about 2 o'clock; / /tent'd /[fly-one of /ico shots fired sinyly at different time* tcilhin Ike fort duriny that time, and st reams ami cheers, IILOODHOI'XDS OX THE TRAIL. Afeout 2 o clock the dogs were getting so close to me that 1 knew they were on ray u »»v. n. Ij. Wliat do you mcau by “ the dogs ?” A. Huntiug out people everywhere. They have dogs. i). They had bloodhounds ? A. t es, Sir. I left the most of my clothing and hastened down a ravine in the limber, till i came to the Coal Creek bottom, some mile and a half, ami swam across. 1 finally succeeded in getting to the Island; I had to swim across the river aud a bayou; that is all 1 saw. ’ BURNING THEIR PRISONERS. 1 was there at the fort two days after the battle, and saw the remains of burnt persons; helped to bury one of the dead that I saw shot in cold blood, lying right where he was left, aud saw many of them, white and black, all buried together, and a number three days af terward not buried. Q. How many did you sec shot in this way? A. 1 should think probably about 200. if. It was an indiscriminate butjherv, was it’.’ A. Yes, Sir. There were about 1.1 or 20. Ail lay close in a pile, huddling close togeth er, shot after they were wounded, WOUNDED SOLDIERS SHOT BEGGING FOB QUARTER. (J- Some while soldiers wore shot after they were wounded? A. Yes, Sir, with the hospital flag flying ami they holding white haudkerchiels over their heads. I saw at least ten soldiers shot individually, with white handkerchiefs over their heads, Ttsu) sore off pieces of their shirts—anything they could get. Q. You say these men were bliot in hospital, with flag flying? A. Yes, Sir, lying right down under it— not up walkiug at all. Kvery man lying near me was killed—lyiug close to me ami on ine. Two lay under, because they kept piling right up on top close under the bank. It was just down under the brow of the hill. A great many lying in the water were shot Trees tiiat were laying one end in the water and the other on the, shore they would just go over on the other side of these and hide, and the ltebcls would go over aud shoot them. Ij. Your citizens’ clothes saved you? A. Yes, Sir. i told them 1 had nothing to do with them. They robbed every citizen, and took oil all their clothing. Q. How much did they take from you? A. Seventy dollars. Q. Yon say you were robbed twice? A. Yes; once by the Captain of the com pany, and once by the private. I carry iny money in my vest pocket always, and had my pocket-book in my pocket with notes in it. Q. That was what you gave to the Captain, wasn’t it? A. Y’es, Sir. Q. And seveuly dollars in money to the soldier ? A. Yes, Sir;he asked, “(live me your mon ey,” and tlie other asked for the pocket-book. A SYMPATHIZER TREED BY DOGS. Ij. You say they had bloodhounds; did you see any of them ? A. Yes, Sir; and not only I, but others, saw them. One other—Mr. Jones—was treed by them, and stayed there a long time. <J. What Jones was that? A. I don’t knaw his given name. He lives on Island No. 3-1. I can find out his name.— He is not any too good a Union man, hut he is rather Southern in his feelings. tj. State about Bradford's death—when lie was shot, and what was done. Was he woun ded before the surrender? A. No, Sir, but it was reported by very trustworthy persons that Bradford w»s shot and hung near Covington, in Hatchie Uiver bottom. <J. Who told you this ’.’ A. This same Jones, and there were some darkies carne ou to the gunboat and said that. Darkey evidence is very correct there. You might not think it worth while to take the evidence, but it is a great deal more to be re lied upon than the Southern evidence there.— I may state that I was inquired after by a IfiflTA lllimtuar r>f nflt.iowc sn.l it .... . .1.1 a L.. a they would hang inc on a llag pole there. Q. What for? A. For the lact that I employed Govern ment darkies from Col. Phillips, at Memphis. Q. Ou your plantation ? A. \cs, Sir, and they shot ail my horses un fit for cavalry. 8AVAOIC TBKATMKN'T 01 NEUItOES. Q. Did they shoot your darkles? A. 1 understand they did, and burned them all; I understand they took one yellow wo man ; and two or three boys escaped that I tried to take to the fort with me in the morn ing to help fight; the balance, a darkey, whose name I do uot know, said they were killed and burned in the house. G. You didn’t go back there, then? A. 1 didn t go back there; that is only what i" told me ; it was told to persons that were hid right near, and I saw iiersous bury the hotlies alter they were burned. Q. Where? A. in the fort, Sir. *.*■ ltumed iu the house in connection with the fort buildings ? A. Yes, Sir; and out on timber, there was a large numliet of the burned in the building, but they had been buried the day before. i). You say there were 5S0 men, you tliiuk, in the lort? A. Yes, Sir. Q. How many do you suppose escaped ? A. Well, 1 know there were more than a hundred; as they marched out there surroun ded by the otltur troops, 1 would not think there were 50 of them. NEC,HOES nUltlED ALIVE. 1 here are five darkies in Cairo hospitals who were buried alive. Two of them have died since they got there. Did you see any ol those men buried alive ? A. No, 1 didn’t; but they are facts that can lie easily proved by the darkies themselves, and those who saw it done, aud saw the Ouar termaeter burned too. WANTS, LOST, FO U NI) Board Wanted IN a private family, or where but few boarder* are t&kco, for a gentleman, wile ami daughter Fair accommodations and moderate charges. Would furnish loom if desirable. Inquire of C. I).. at No. 9.’». Commercial £t. apr23eodlw* WANTED FOK THE 1. S. STEAMER AGAWAM! NOW IN PORT ‘15 (.uod Seamen ; lO Ordinary Seamen; S Coal Kcovcrs; 40 Landsmen; Apply at Naval Feudezvou., foot of Exchange Street. J. P. U EATli. apl9 dtf Wanted I us mediately. RARE opportunities for batinew are offered at 229, Congress St. If you want and nr-an bun* in ess, don’t uegleet tor a tingle day to investigate, apraadjj^ It. OH A PM AN, Jk. Wanted. A Female Pastry Cook at Dartou’sOyster Saloon. 231>, Congress 8t. aplGtf WANTED ! 1,000 WOM21N, To make Army Drawers. Also good Pant Rasters aud FiuUhers wanted in the shop to make ARMY f. 1 XT A. None but good workmen wanted. Apply at the rooms in FREE STREE T BLOCK, over the store one do«r north of Tolford’s. No work given out or takeu in Monday forenoons or Haturdav afternoons. f*b29dtf 8. \V. HUNTINGTON. Si»iOO Howard. A RKWAKD ofTwo Hundred Dollar* will be paid iV by the owners of the Ferry Hoat II. 1J. Day, for the apprehension of the person or persons who maliciously damaged said Rost, on Holiday night J*»t. Portland, April 0,18G4. daO* "W"anted.! SccoiMl-llaiid Candle Boxes, At No. 90 Portland Street, Portland. )an7 dtf Wanted* TO an experienced American Woman, desiring a good home, a aituatiou is offered a* housekeep er in a small family where she would be treated as one Hhe would b- required to take charge of and do the cooking and < hamberwork, nee to the wash woman, and do the ironing. Tho work in the whole would be light. Pay 1.60 per week, k,n *uire W Exchange St. March 31 dtf BREKD A TFKKI, NO. 60 UNION STREET, Manufacturers and Wholosale Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Shoe Stock and Findings. Importers of Serges, Lasting* and Gussctting*, And the ouly M mnfacturers of KID AND GOAT STOCK in the State. Having had large experience, and be ing importer* and manufacturers, enable* u*to sell the same article* an low a* they can be bought in Boston. W e have always taken evpecial pain* to jjive our customers UELIAHLE HOODS, and be lieve none have given better satisfaction. Country dealers are invited to examine our stock before pur chasing. Particular attention given to orders re ceived by mail. feblO d A w8m FEUCHTWANGER & ZUNDER, MO. *1 MIDDLE STBEET. <sror c > % Are A^nin in the Field - WITH Divisions, Brigades & Regiments! -or NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS! r o it the s p it i *:o. I.adie, of Portland and vicinity arc respectfully invited to call aud see the many beautiftil style., of Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods J l' S T RECEIVED! Alio, the great variety House Furnishing Good* ! Such as Brou n and Bleached Cotton Sheet!lie* and Shirtmps. Table Lineos. Drjlllnys, I icking, Douinis. Stripes. Ac. Al«o. ju«t receiving, the latest style, ol handsome Spring Balmoral Sltlrte Aud the most fa*hiouablo SJWIXO SHA WLS. A complete stock of CLOTHS AM> € ASSIMEKES, FOK BOYS’ AND MEN'S WEAK. CLOAKINGS! CLOAKINGS!! An elegant assortment We are just ready to nianu facture tomea-ure. at the shortest notice, any ol the netv and desirable Spring Cloaks Warreuted to suit. FEPCHT WANG Fit ft ZUNOEIt, (KOI BLOCK), NO. SI MIDDl.K stkeet, PDKTLAND, Maui. !*• 8.—Ladies need not a*k for good* from the wrecked vteaimthip Bohemian, a* we have none but louuil aud fre*h good*, which we warrant a* *ucb. aprltf FOIL SALE, Cheap for Cash! A OBEAT VAttiKTr O* CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, Bird Cages, Hocking Horses, Ladies Work and Traveling [Caskets, Toys, Marbles, 1*0*1' MON A IKS. LADIES’ KKTICL'LES AND BAGS, DKKMS. VIOLINS, (It llAHS, VIOLIN STUINt.S, WHITING EESK8, WORK BOXES, fte. —BV— \\T n DAltl VL'AM 20 Exchange SI. rachl4-» TO MERCHANTS. T1UK undersigned having greatly increased their X facilities fur manufacturing HOOTS ANI) 8HOKS, *nd having large oxpc-iience in tnai oranch. would call the attention uf the trade to the same. We shall in future be much better able to supply the de mands of the trade then In retofore, and are confi dent that in the <{uulity, both of our stock and work, we can give satisfaction, as we manufacture express ly for the retail trade. '1 hose buying for cash will Hud it to their advantage to look at our stock, which consist* in part of RCHHF. US, SOLE and H'.tX LEATHER, FRESCLi and AMERICAS CALF, French kip, Lemoine and Jadot Calf, Goat and kid Stack, Serges and H'ehs, Hoot and Shoe Machinery %nd Findings uf all kinds. Mr. Edmund Liiiby, late of the firm of Messrs l'has..J. Walker A Co , has associated himself wi*h us. and relying on his many years experience in manufacturing, we are confident in making the above itatv-meuta. TYLER A LAMB. Portland. Feb. 1, 1S64. fob6 d4m. MEW ORLEANS. S. D. MOODY Sr. CO.j CommiHsion Merclomt; fJT Tchoupi toulae dt.. New Orleans. La. Reference Raker A Morrill, Boston: Franklin Snow A Co, Rost on; Wise A Kussoll, Riston ; C. Nickerson A Co., N. \ .; Rich A Co., St. Louis. Particular at tent ion qirento Consignment s of vessels, Lumber, Hay, Oats, l[c. mch2.‘i rt3m Notice*. b ft my hou.i- (lie tilth tiny of thi. mouth, thi. is to notify all person, t hut 1 .hail pay no debt, oi til. con tractino altar thi. date. ( ALVIN t*. DAVIS. North Yarmouth, April 13,1864. apl8d3w» MISCELLANEOUS. A SPRING SUPPLY -or— FASHIONABLE GOODS, -FOR COATS, PANTALOONS AND VESTS. obtained during tlrt? last week in New York and Boston, may be found at the store of WILLIM C. BECKETT, merchant Tailor, N5. 137 Middle 8treet. Some of these Goods, which have been recently imported, differ much in color, texture and finish from the stylet that hare continued in vogue lor a year or two past, and are considered very elegant. Beside* these and other Good*,—comprising ail the varieties for fa*hiouabie wear, at the same place may be found a good supply ol Miimlnnl Germnu. French* aud F.r»;<li*h Hroadcloiha m d |>»r Kkiu«, for genteel suite; together with styles ol Vr«tinji« selected with a view to suit all tastes. Also, excellent good* for Spring Overcoat*, Eng li-h Walking Sack* Paletot-, and other Busint** (’oat*, with plate* of the latest styles of (. utting aud Finishing No. 137 Middle Street. ych2> dGw R JL M O V A L ! PAINE’S MUSIC STORE lias been removed to No. 1G3 Middle Street, Store formerly occupied by J. Burleigh, G doon be low term or ttand. Ihavc now « u hand a complete assort id eut o t MUSIC AL MERCHANDIZE, pi ano Fo n t ks, RAIN and SUN UMT.liliLLAS, and PARASOLS ol everv de-criutiou*. UMBRELLAS aud PARASOLS repaired as usual. DRUMS, all *iz»*# made aud repaired. wo st tts B'comi hand liras* IusLruDients for *a|e at a gn at bargain. WM. PAINE. pa20 <><.>d3w 1G3 Middle Street. 1‘, $100. B. rilHK undersigned befog liccn.-ed by the I'nited X State*, are prepared to procure Pension*, Bounties. Arrears of Pay auu prize Money lor Sol dier#, S« aqu-u or their heirs. Bills for Board ami Transportation of Rvcruit* or Drafted Men collected. All demand# agnitxt the Statcor United State# at tended to. Having an agent both at Washington and Augu-ta. and having had large experience, we feet safe iu asserting that any business entrusted to our care will be faithfully and promptly executed. Wo have also an agent iu New York to attend to the payment ot Prize money. Advice tree, /pproved Claims cashed. MANLEY A SAWYER. Ollice 32$ Kx hange, St., Fox Block Portland. Me. J. U. MAWLBY. W. S. IAVYKB. References: lion. Sami. Cony,Governor of Maine, llou. J. L.llodedon. Adjutanttfen.of Maine, lion. Wm Pitt jPc*H‘nden, U. S. Senator. Hon. Lot M. Merrill, U. 8. Senator. _dAwtf PORTLAND " RIDING AGADEMY. Now open fur the Spring and Summer. llopiug a large number of our citizens will avail t he mao I v os ot tne great ad vantages now ofl't-red them for a thorough equestrian training, the Subscriber will hold himself iu readiness with hi# beautifully Trained Stud of Horses, to wait upvn them at bis School on South Street. Saddle llorse# for the road as usual. J. W. ROBINSON, Proprietor. aphlm \3. S. UMkii LOAN \ a FIRST NATIONAL BANK -OF - O POKTLAND, DESIUMATEI) Itr.COSlTOKY -OF TUI UNITED STATES. This Bank is prepared to receive* subscriptions for the new “TK.\ I'O It TV LOAN,” which i* dated March 1. l'G4, bearing interest at live per eeut. a year, „ PAYABLE IN COIN, redeemable at the pleasure of the Government alter ten years, and payable iu forty years from date. Interest on Bund# not over ono hundred dollar# payable annually, and ou all other Bonds semi annual ly. Bonds can be bad ia sizes of (GO, (100, (600, (JOUO. WM, EDW. GOULD, tuch31 dtf Cashier. SHERIDAN & GRIFFITHS)^ {Successors to Joseph Gray k Co.,) plastbubrs, mu k oMiiimt siicco & mvstic wukkiks AKK now prepared to tortii*li the public with Corner Piece* and all kind* of Plaster Orna ments a* cheap as any other crAablisineiit in the State, and at the shor^st notice. We will also give prompt attention to repairing Plastering, Whitening, W hite Washing and Color ing . rii'a«o leave your oruera ai i*o. o tsouin *ireet opposite the Riding School. leb‘35 d3iu WILLIAM A. PEARCE, 1 * Ju r >1 B Id K ! W A UK 11 or Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. Ill EXCU INOE STUEET, PORTLAND, ML. Warn, CoLlwnml Shower Maths, Wash Mow Is, Bras* A Silver Platt d Locks, DVERY description of Water Fixture* for Dwel X-J ling Souse*, Hotel*, Public Building*. Shop*. At* , arranged and *et up in the beat manner, aud all order* in town or country faithfully executed. All kind* of jobbing promptly attended to. Couatantly ou hand LEAD PIPES, SHEET LEAD and BEER PUMPS of all di -criptions. ip9 dtf xr. pearsonT Silver Plater, AND MANUFACTURER OF SILVER WARE, 238 Congro*s St.,Opp.Court Houtc Portland,Me. KT-A11 kiud* of WARE, *ucha* Knlve«, Fork*, Spoon*, Take Banket*, Caatora, Ac., p ati d iu the boat manner. ANo. REPAIRING and RE-FIN 1SUIS< 1 Old Silver Ware. jau2» d6m Scotch CauvBN, -FOB BALK BY JAMES T. PATTEN & CO., Jdatk, “tie. <>AA BOLTS Superior Bleached Uv/ 300 Jo All Long llax “Gov- ... . ernmum contract,” • •A*tu.a 8u0 do Extra Ail Long flax Arbroath. 300 do Navy F ine De Ivered in Portland or Boatoa Rath. At»rilto. 1H83 «nS?dff Notice* \LL per*ous are hereby caut'ored ■gaie-t Far boring or trusting the crew of ship Rctnti, from Cardiff, a* no <h»bt* of their contracting will be paid, by the Ma*fer or Cou*igneo*. WM. MURPHY. Master. April 22d, 1S34. apr23diw lor Sale. AMa»aaclm*ctt* built, ’argo. ea*v Top Buggy i* for tale at Dr. RIPLEi’S Stable in ft>riiple i truer apludfcwtr BUSINESS CARDS. I W. W. CARR fccC" Having token the Fruit Storo formerly ccanpied bj O. SAWYER, No. 5 Exchange Street, Are prepared to offer to the trade a largo and well selected stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit I Wholesale and lb-tail Spruce Cum. U»H|si I-cuouk. Canary Seed, C'nudJrs, I.iiurs, I .email Syrup, Haney, Francs, Cocan \ 11 Is, Flits. Citron, Km*. all kinds. Dales, Olives, Raisins, Tobacco, Sardines, Clears. Fancy Candles of all drscrlpilau. OCt® dtf FT MCA RSLEY, CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERERt Ho. 51 Union Streot, 18 prerated to do all kinds of CABINET JOB dINii in a prompt and sattsiactory muuner. Book knd Show Case* msde to order. Vfarnitur* Made. Repaired and Varnished at SHORT NOTICE. Portland, May », 1S«. If IKA WINN, Agent, ISTo. 11 Union St., Is prepared to furnish STEAM KNGIHES and BOILERS, of var;oo* size* anil patterns, SUm Pipe u4 Kitano, liU (Uariv, Skafliu;, PiUejaia Lltfby Hough Work of all description*. and all Uads of work required in building FOBTXriOATIOHS. IronStair* and other Architectural Work. House*. Store*, and ether building*, fitted with Gab and Steam In the beat manner. In connection with the abore I* an Iron Four dry with a large assortment of Pattern*, to which the attention of Machinist*, Millwright#,and Ship-Butld ors is invited—and all kind* o! Castings furnished at short notice. fcF**Orders for Machine Jobbing, Patterns and Forging*, promptly executed. ooSdif SINGER’S SEWING MACHINESI WOODMAN. TREE a CO.. AORNT8, fto». S« and (•.Middle Htrwwt. Keedln and Trimming# always on hand. mohlRtf A CARD. DR, S. C.. FERNALD. BEST1ST, No. 176 Midtil Street. Ksfxkjkscxa.Dr*. Baoox sad Bkxilix Fort!and, May 26,1863. 1/ Dr. Ja Ha HU ALD HAVING disposed of hi* entire Interest in hii Office to Dr. 8.C FERNALD. would cheerfully receoinms-nd him to hi* former patient* and the pub lic. Dr. Faux ald, from long experience, it prepar ed to insert Artificial Teeth on the "Vulcanite Baa# ” and al! other methods known to the profession ' Portland. Mar 26.IMS tf JOHN F. SHERRY. Hair Gutter and Wig Tinker, Wo. 13 Market Bquaro, Port1 tn<1,(op (fairs.) : nr*f>eparato room for Ladtee’ and Children’s Hair Cutting. A good stock of Wig#, Hair-Wig?, Bands, Brfeids Carls, Frisett*. Pad*. Rolls, Crimping Boards, Ac:, Ac.. constant]? on hand. lell'iiS dly PI E MOYA L . I>R. NEWTON HAS removed 111, residence to No. 37 Middle Street, corner of Franklin street. Olllceaa heretofore, .Vo. US Krchanfft Street, in Noble’a Block, up ataira. Office hour* from » to 10 A. M., from 3 to 3. aud from 8 to 8 o’clock l\ U. Dr. N.will contluue, in connection with general practice, to give special attention to JMSKASES Of j fKMALKS oo31dtf WOOD AND COAL CHEAP FOK CASH ! $9.50. CHEAP COAL. $9.50 PRIME LOT CRESTNVT COAL *8.10 P TON, SPK1NU MOUNTAIN. I.E11RU. HK7JLTON, 8UUAK I.OAF. OLD COM DAN T LE11R.1I. Lo CU8T MOUNTAIN. JOHNS. DIAMOND. WEBS I KK and lll.ACK IIF.ATIJ. 1 h*-.e Cual. are.ol the very beet quality, well acreeued and picked, aud warranted te give aatlafaction. Also lor sale beat of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Orttn CoMMaacia l St., head of Franklin Wbarl. S. HOUNDS At SON. ft MO dly WARREN'S IMFOHVED ! KIHE AND WATERPROOF FELT COMPOSITION, Gravol Hoofing; FOR FLAT ROOFS. E. 1IKUSKY. Agent, jan'Jti dtf No. 19 Union Street. ALBGUT WF.BB A CO„ -cutm » Corn, Flour and Grain, KKAD OF MKRRILL’8 WHARF. t ouui«rnlal Slroot, - • PgrtUad, Mb. HBtf ; Colley, Burnham & Co., ! Cabinet Makers and t pholsterers, 308, Congress Street, ARE urep&rtd to do all kinds of Cabinet and Up holstory work, at the shortest notice. All kinds of Furniture, Lounges A ITlutlrossos “Constantly on hand— N. It. The public are invited to cal! and examine. n»*h4 dtf MOOTS A AD SHOES ! H . W. LOTH nor, 88 Middle Street. Where eau be found a large assortment ol I »■( Ladies’, Geuts\ Mieses’, Boys’ and \outh« f BLI fashionable BOOTS, SBVKS and 111 H. ot the best manufacture and at rea sonable prices. Hoots and euoxb made to measure from the best French and American stock sud on the latest style lasts. Wil. W. LOTURoP. mcli22 d2m FERTILIZERS.^ lUftn RBUJ COE’S SUPER PHOS LIME, 10*)U lir LLOYDS. i*>i“ LODI POUDRETTE, 160 •* LITTLEFIELD S POUDRETTE. }or sale at manufacturer’s prices by KENDALL Ac WHITNEY. Portland Feb. 8, 1864. fell# di*3na Slate of Maine* Executive Department I Augusta, April 7. 1814. i An adjourned so fIoh of the Executive Council, will be held at the Council Chamber, iu Augusta, on Monday, tj.e Second Dev of Mav next. t-fURAIM FLINT JR. aprftdtd Secretary of State. Ilihlp Society of Maine. fpilE annual meeting ©f this Society wi l be held I nt the Rooms of the Young Men's Christian As sociation, iu Icu>p!e street, on Thursday, the filth day ot'-May, A. D., 18t>4. ALLEN IIA IN EH, apl6t f Recording 8ec’y, H OTE L _ Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE. (*OKBBBLT WIL«OK BOl’BB.J J. P. MI I.-t.LK,.PBOPK1KTOK. This popular Hotel has recently been pur ■Chasedi by Mr. Mi!ler(ot theAlbioniand has ■ been thoroughly related, rouo.att d and re paired, and liumi rous excellent alterations |ltl*ne. it is located on the Saccarapna road. It lour miles from Portland,»ffoidingst«.auii»il drire over a good road, and Just about far enough for pleasure. “ It has a tine large Dancing Hall and good Bowling Alleys In eloso proximity to the house is a warm and roomy btable, containing twenty nice stalls There is also a well sheltered Shed, 106 fret long for hitehing horses. Tho ohoieeet Suppers will bo got up for sleighing and dancing parties, who will tind it greatly to their pleasure and advantage to resort to tho White House. No effort will be spared for the entertainment of deelSMitf THE AMERICA* BOISE, Hanover Street .... Boiton. The Largest and Rest Arranged Hotel IN NtW KNOLAND. EEWIS RICE, Proprietor. ocl«ly 0APIS1G POND HOUSE NOW OPEN, Three Mile* from I'orilund. CEO. W. MI KCII. *>rl2dtf J. E. PERNALD & SON., Merchant Tailora, AND DBA LHAH IN Gents’ Furnishing Goods, have just opened a piU •/ NEW GOODS, and can now -how morethaa Font niNDHEI) styles of Fancy Goode for Gentlemon’s and Boys’Garments. Elegant Fining (Jarmentt CAW ALWAYS II BAD AT THE TIME AGREED UPON I and at prim an loir as anp other house. OT" The people arc Invited to call at NO. 87 MIDDLE STREET. ' mch21 dSw JOS IA H BURLEIGH HAS BKMOVBD TO NEW STOKE, EVANS’ BLOC K, Nos. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH B URLEIGHj Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Clothing,Cloths, Tailors’ Trimmings, -AND GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Nos. 141 & 111 Middle Street. JOSIAU BUltLEIUU, Agent for Grover k Baker * celebrated Sewing Mnehiift'N, Noi. 141 & 143 Middle Street. NATHAN GOOLD Will say to hi* friend* that he may be found at Bur* leigh’a, No. 141 k 143 Middle street, where he will be pleased to wait upon hot former customer*. Portland, March24. lbG4. dtf NOTICE. rilUR Subscriber with pleasure announces to his 1 old Patron* aud the Public, that a* he ho* se cured the services of a FRENCH COOK AND CONFECTIONER, who lias had thirty year* experience in the best and largest house* iu NEW YuKlv, BOSTON, aud other cities, that he is prepared to furnish Wedding ».r Other Partin, aud families with every description aud variety of articles in las Line, viz. Boned Turkeys. Birds, Keatof all kinds. Every Variety of Ice Cream, Jellied, Salads, Charlotte ltu«*r, Cake, Pa»try, Or Conl'ectiouary, either pldiu or fattcy. Experienced Waiters, who are competent to take charge of Wedding or other Parties, will bo furnished ou application. All Orders from the Country will receive prompt attention. N.B Please bear m;mlcil|that PARS I’M buys and use* the best Material that the country adords. Call and examine. I. Buriiuiu, Cotlmaii Block, Tt tuple Street. Poriiuatl, Me* mch23 dtf T? CHAPMAN, Jk., Patent an i Runtnesi Ay i-Js ency, No. 229 Congress Street. CLOTHES WKINt.EKS at wholesale and retail. Agents wanted (in ever/ town). Coll at 229 Congress Strret. HAWSE'S Pulley Elevating and Revolving Clothe$ Dryer l' t at '££) Congress Street. VN improved Watertehee/. unsurpassed by any yet invented. Models at 229 Congress Street. 1 PARTIES having capital to invest would do well to call at No. 229 Congress Street. MONEY 1* being made by those who have Invest ed at 229 Congress Street. 4 8PKING BED, which, for simplicity and dnra 1Y. b.lity, is uusurpassed. Samplesat 229 Congress Street. >fOTlltN<i ventured nothing gained it the masim I at 229 Congress Street. Jt ST received a new lot of Amidou's Premium Wringers at 229 Congress Street RUNDLET Repair's Wring* sand Lamps at ,2i9 Congress Street. mchM dtf JOHN F. ANDEKSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK, mchi; dhwtf liMfLK Struct, MISCELLANEOUS. ELEGANT CLOAKS —AT— POPULAR PRICES! LEACH & ROBINSON, t»» MIDDLE STREET, \\ i*li to announce to tbeir friend* and the I.adit* of ft'ortland and vicinity, that they hare open* * the second s;ory over their store tot the caclu-ive manufacture and sale of CLOAKS, CAPES. - ASH, MANTILLAS! We have just received Elegant Cloth Qaiments, From the celebrated houses of cm. uoiii, i s. c. cui k Canal «t., New York, which together with our own manufacture, will die* play the choiceat eougrese of CLOAK MERCHANDISE •rcr offered in Maine, which will t« .old at the Lowest Possible Prices FOR CASH. Country Dealer, will find a Choice tuaurtmeat of Ladis,' Garm*ata, Clo tbs. Silks, ., Tassels, * Boltons, and ORNAMENTS, Constantly on hand. TLi* department of onr bnaine** will be coadnotnd with special reference to the wants of the CLU8KST UL'YFIIM. or All the popular styles will appear early and will bo eah.bited lu FINE, MEDIUM - AMD — r_ i • » v, t x' aui u n* With puoerlor facilitieslor manufacturing. we hope to merit the continued pntronngu of our friend*. LEACH & ROBINSON* ap rM dim. SPRING"& SUMMER OPENING! A. U. REEVES. TAILOR & DRAPER, NO. 96 EXCHANGE STREET, lias just returned from Boston and New York with a HIGH AN1) FASHIONABLE AesnuTVRjrr or Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Of every variety aud style, (including many of the most unique patterns of the season,) which he pur chased for cosh, and consequently can give an ele gant 4,rtT out" at the LOWEST CASH PRICES r He invitee hi* old triends and customers, and the public generally, to call and examine hie stock. Having enlarged his store by the removal of hi4 work-room above, he has accommodations more ex« tensive for tbe display of his goods. April 8,1*U. dtf BAILEY AND NOYES.' DEALERS Ilf P APEUIV AIN G1NGS, WK purchase our Stock of Room Paper from the largest Manufacturing KetabJishment* in the United .States; careluliy selecting Iron their large stocks, the aaw rarranaia only.-and such as are adapted to this market. This year the styles and dmigas are very beautiful, and we have a due a >ortm«>nt, appropriate for every style of room. We invite those in want of ROOM PAPER to examine our patterns, before purchasing elsewhere. They are bought here for ca^and we can afferd to •eN at a rain rain. ^ BAILEY AND NOYES, BookHellers and Stationers, 56 1 59 Ksrhaagf Street, Psrtlaad N B Country dealers will find it to their advant age to give ii a call, if In want of Room Pa ram. mch2T> 2mdft w J. W. SYKES, Purchnaer lor Ka*tcra Aceoul or LOUS. GRAIN. SEEDS. PROVISIONS, LARD, BUTTER and WESTERN PKODDCK generally. Particular attention given to shipping by quiekest and cheapest route*. So. 1*2 SOUTH WATER 81. r. o. Box 471. C hicago, Illinois. UavaaajK'xs Messrs. Maynard k Sons; H k W. Checkering; C. 11. Cummings ft Co.; 8. G. Bowdlear ft Co.; Charles A. Stone; Ilallett, Davis ft Oo., of Boston. Msm. Cashier feiliot Bank. Boston. J.N. Bacon, Esq., President Newton Hank, Jewton. C. B. Coffin; Warren Ellis ft Hons, New York City fvtt T,2dlv Coal and Wood ! -AT THI LOWEST PRICES FOR CASS, DELIVERED TO ANY PART OP THE CITY. AT SHORT NOTICE. Oar Coal l« or the rery BEST quality, and war ranted to give satisfaction. -ALSO. FO* SALK AU Kinds of llitrtl uud Soil Wood. The FnbHc ore Invited to fiv* •* neall, as w« at* bound tojgive satisfaction to ill wbo thvor nt with their cas tom. OFFICE NO. 49 COMMERCIAL STREET. RANDALL A McALLISTER _anglO ly __ TO SHIP HI'11.0HRS. P. H. ,V J. U. HUCKINS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. and wholoanlu and retail dealer* in Smr I'iuhan tap Cl ax* llava tor aalt at iheir Wharf, Cxxtral SqfAaa, Kai*t I1..UT. x, J50.0U) lot-nil anu Oat lYtrnailt. _ 2.UUI H'M-tmatact Ante*, p'aned Alao WniTn Oak ' Cl uk aud I'imukk.Ch kstxi i Bosnia and Clack Whitk Cixu. Uaci-ClAH, Ac. Canicular at tention paid to Ku< nulling Oat Plant hy the Cargo. mcbtU d3in To iVlnnutnc-tiirera, Ship Builders. AN D pertous desirous of Real Lsttle Investment*, th'- following property j* offered At good bargains. JO ilouno* At prie* * from *1600 to *6000. 100 Hou*e LoU At price* from *&¥) to *6000 SU00 Feet of water front suitable for whanres Ship yards. M«uiuf*ctuiiug Sites, fronting deep water with tine spring of water adjacent thereto and a portion of it adjoining the firand Trank Rail Road, from w hich freight uiay bt- deposited on the premises, mol.17 om MOSKS UuULD. 74 Middle St T ii nf b e¥tT Ke-opeued. rnUK Photograph Uallortoa. No. 80 Middle atnet. A Cortland, having been thoroughly refitted and • applied wi‘h all the lateet Improvements, are now open for the accommodation of the puhlio. The proprietor ia prepared to supply hie former customers and all wno may give him a call, with pic ture* of every description, executed In the beat man ner and at reasonable prion*. Or Partioolar attention given to oopylng. A. 8. DAVIS. Proprietor. Portland. Jnlr 10, IMS dtf Notice. ■ \ltl t) CLERK W ANTED, one that has had Jon a It or taro rear* experience,prulurrvd. Apply it No MS Cot f eae at. ladtf •

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