Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, 9 Mayıs 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated 9 Mayıs 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND , VOLUME HI, PORTLAND, ME., MONDAY MORNING. MAY 0, 1804 „ v„ . - _ _ v» tJOLJb ISO. 574* PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN. Editor, 11 published at No. 8*11 EXCHANGE 81 BEET,by X. A. FONTS II & CO. Thm Eortlahd Daily rases is published it *7 00 per year; If paid strictly In advance, * discount oi •1.94 will be made. Single copies three cents. The M aisbStatu Passe is published every Thurs day morning,at *2.00 per annum, in advance; dJ.26 If paid within si* month.'; and « 60, if payment ba delayed beyond tho year. 'Monday Morning, Mu: 9, 1801. From the K. T. Ktching Foe/. Can the Army Itnlion bo improved ! We have learned some things in the war; for instance, new uses for cavalry have been discovered, which were, if not unknown, yet little practised iu Europe; not only cavalry, but even infantry "raids-1 have been made by both sides, showing powers of inarching and endurance seldom found iu the armies of Eu rope. Hut whatever daring and determined generals have done with troops, they have done under the same conditions as regards arms and supplies, which have governed all modern ar mies. It does not appear to have occurred to any one in the Subsistence Department to in quire whether some radical change might not lie made, by which the burdens of the soldier should be so lightened, and his ration so con densed as to make his march easier, his sup plies surer in every emergency.and his cooking independent of the train, which lags behind and can scarcely ever lie at baud at the time whe.n it is most wanted. Professor E. N. Horsford, lately Kuuiford l’rofussor iu Harvard University, and there fore especially dovoted to "the application of science to the art of living,-’ has. at the re quest of army otiicers, investigated this ques tion of an improved army ratjon, and in an interesting pamphlet, published by Van Nos trand, shows that, with great saving to the country and increased comfort to the soldier, the present marching ration — which weight from tliirty-two to forty ounces, and occupies about one hundred cubic inches, may lie re duced in weight to thirteen or sixteen ounces, and in bulk to thirty-five cubic inches, without diminishing its nutritious value, by simply re moving the inedible portions and the water from it,and compressing it. The present army ration contains all that is essential to support life—so far it is arranged in accordance witli natural laws. It hassulii cient variety to satisfy the palate as well as the especial demands of the soldier's system. Thus, it has been noticed that when volunteers first enter the field they eat more beef than pork, but the old campaigner prefers pork. The French soldiers in tiie Crimea consumed in the proportion of one pound of salt beef to ten of sail pork. nut we present army ration is very bulky; and this is a grievous obstacle to movemen's of great armies In a region like Virginia where supplies caunot lie found, and where guerrillas hover upon the communications of an advancing army, to intercept supply trains. An army or au expedition must therefore carry the supplies along. Now, under the present system, men caunot march with more than eight days' rations in knapsacks ami liaver sack’, and eveu this supply of food is half wasted before the soldier has marched a day, through the impossibility of stowing it sing ly. Ii be leans against anything be crushes ills hard bread; if it rains, most likely his sugar, coffee, meat aud pulverized bread are found iu the shape of a disgusting dough in the haversack; which the poor leliow must eat or starve. So that eveu for his eight days’ march he is not comfortably or suffi ciently supplied ; anil all extended and rapid operations with a heavy force become almost impossible. Tbe present ration consists of bread, pork or beet,codec and sugar: wtighs thirty-two or forty ouuces, and occupies one hundred cubic inches in the pack. For this, Professor Horsford proposes 10 substitute a ration con sisting of fresh beef prepared in the form of sausage, properly seasoned, compressed so as to expel neat ly all tbe moisture, and of course without bone or other uneatable parts. Three ounces of beef prepared iu the way he de scribes, would make a full meat ration, lu aiead of hard proposes eight ouuces of roasted ground wheal, or eleven ounces of sell-raising dour, which he shows will be au adequate substitute for the present bread ra tion. Eight days’ rations at present weigh from sixteen to twenty pounds, aud occupy a bulk of over eight hundred cubic inches; the substitute of Professor Horsford would occu py but two hundred aud flfly cubic inches; and he asserts that, with the help of mules to carry additional supplies of sausaged beef aud roasted wheat, au army of one hundred thousand men might safely cut adriit trom its base for an operation requiring thirty or forty days. He would use a concentrated preparation of coffee, properly sweetened, which could be mixed as easily with cold as with warm water; aud he urges that government should luruish tobacco as a part of the ration. In this, every person who has served in the war, or who lias ever undergone hardship or exposure of any kiud, will agree with him. On the march or in the bivouac, a pipe is tbe promoter of cheerfulness; it adds to the endurance of the soldier, and fortides his body against malaria and disease. To make the improvement com plete, Professor Horsford proposes that each soldier shall be enabled to cook liis own ra tions, something which Napoleon declared to be necessary to efficiency. He does this by “ enclosing the regulation canteen in two closely-titling concave sheet-iron pans, held iu place by a fork aud spoon locked together, and which may lie detached at pleasure. The soldier is provided with a plate, liying-pan, bake pan, cup, fork, aud spoon—these take the place of similar articles now carted in a less convenient way—with which the soldier can prepare his lalion or cook anything he may get on the march.” \\ uat an immense miierence would oe made • in the transportation of the army by Mich a change iu the army ration as is above sug gested, may be seen from a few facts scatter ed through rroiessor Ilorsford's pamphlet.— A barrel that will coutain one hundred and ninety-six pounds of flour will hold hut seveu ly-llve pouuds of bard bread. An army wag on which will carry fifteen barrels of flour, will carry but oue-seveulli of this flour in the form of ireshly baked bit-ad. An ox weigh ing fifteen hundred |>ounds furnishes to the government which buys him. and slaughters him in the field, but about six aud a half per cent, of its weight in eatable meat! Accord ing to Colonel Katun, commissary at this port, the army ration of fresh beef at Hilton Head, costa the government thirty cents, at a time when excellent canned meats cost but sixteen cents delivered. Professor Horsfjrd suggests that instead of supplying salt beef and pork in their present shape, at least three i|uarters of the bulk being water—or fresh beef on the hoof, trans]>ortcd by rail from the western prairies at a great, loss—gjvermnent should kill the cattle in Illinois, iu their best condi tion, aud then, iu proper factories, prepare, aeason and condense the meat in the most perfect manner possible. FASHIONABLE_ CLOTHING! AVCi. V. YORK, Merchant Tailor, Uaviug taken the elegant aud commodious store NO- 104 MIDDLE STREET CORKVU OF PtCM, luvitesthc attention of Gentlemen to his rich in* voice of Foreign and domestic Cloths for Spring and bummer wear, all of which have Just been selected the largest and best stock* in Mew York aud bo ton. and will be made up to ordei and with despatch iu the latest styles— FULL MATCHED SUITS, CO A rs, TAXI'S or VESTS, as may be desired. FURNISHING (iOODS in great variety, and suited to the tastes of all, cote rtautlv on hand. FRESH GOODS IIICCKJ VKL EVERY WEEK 104 MIDDLE STREET. Portland. March 8,1864. eodtojunel MISCELLANEOUS. l». SUH1. B. milK uudersigueu being licensed by the L'uited X States, are j n pared to i rocure Pensions, J Bounties, Arrears av ami Prize Money tor Sol diers, 6eai.w>n ortl heirs. Bills lor Board and Transports ; ot lb its or lira! ed Meu collected. Alldemanu in»t i State «t United states at tended to. liu * at rent both at Washington aud Augusta, t i liavii nad large experience, we leei safe in asaer ar that auy business entrusted to our can* will be i lifUiiy and picmptly executed. We have also an a ut in New York to attend to the payment oi 1‘ri .ionev. Advfce lree.. Approved claims cashed. MANLEY h, SAWYER. Offioeti2} Ex linage, St., h ox Block Portland, Me. J H. MAM LBV. W. *. PAH Y KR. Reference*: lion. 8amL Cony,Governor of Maine. Hon..I L. Hodsdon, Adjutant ben of Maine, lion. Win. l'itt Fessenden, U. S- Senator, tiou Lot M. Morrill, U S. Senator. *pl3 dAwtf j WILLIAM A. PEARCE, j x* Ia XT M 11 \Z R ! M A Kill or Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 141 Even 4 Nor STREET, TORI'LAM), ME. IVmb, Cold hiid Shower Bali's, Bush Bowls, Brass At Silver Pl.ti d ( oris, INVERT description of Water Fixture, for Dw.l ling Houses, Hotels, Public Buddings, Shops, 'It , arranged and set up in tlie best manner, and all orders in town or country faithnilly executed. All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to Constantly on band LEAD PIPES. SHEET I.EaD aud BRER TsMP.j of all descriptions. apD dtf NO. 27. REMOVAL. NO. 21 Miss II. E. VAKYEY, having removed irom 124 Middle Street to the new aturu NO. 27 FREE STREET, solicits the continued patronage of her friend* and the public. Constantly on hand the newest and mod fashion able varieties of MILLINERY GOODS! HAIR WORK! \ . will attend »• formally to the manufacture of ali kinds of Hair Work, such as FrizetU. Bands, Grecian Braid*, Ac. aplSdlw The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN An* the beet instrument* of their class in the world. Nearly all the moat premium• artist* in the country have given written testimony to till* effect, and the*e iu*trumeuts are in constant use in the concerts of the most d.stinguishod artist*—as (.ottscl.a k and others—a* well as in tne o era* in the priuc pal cit ies whenever sacli ins ruraetrs are required. Price 8 5 to 8'00 each. Thine in-t’-um* n*s may te fcu»d at the Music ttoom* ol the subscriber, when they will bo sold at the tnauufacturera* p»ice*. II. S. EDWARDS, No L49J Stewart * Block, Congress St. _ aprl3dtf A. & 8. SHURTLEFF & CO., SOS. u a JO Viioni.r, street, roSTUXD, Manufacturer, ami Dialcr? in Men’* Boys’ and Youth’s Thick, Kip atd Calf Boots, Women’s Mis.ns »r.d Children’s Ooat, Kid and Calf Balm >rala. Mubbars. 13 hoe Block, Finding!, Ac. \\ rn U our superior facilities fur iranufaitaring, ’’ and a large experience in the basin* i-*. we we ar* able to sell a* low a* iu Boston or elscwheie. Dealers are n *pectf«lly invited to call and ex amine our stock before purchasing, nr Order* by mail rrornptlv attended to. Portland. April 23, 1*04. dfm PICTURE FRAMES OK ALL K I'N 1) S MANUKAtrUBKD BY R. J. D. LARRABEE & CO, so. Co KxnusEi: street. Old Oil Paintings Mounted on New Canvass, Kctouobed and Varnished by one who has bad long experience in the bu ineaa in England. Oi-I> FRAREH KKilLT. MATERIALS FOR WAX HOUR. A large variety of choice Engravings, Picture* framed in all styles. order* for Wax work will receive prompt atten tion. It. J. D. LA I: l.* A Hill. & CO. No. tftt Exchange Street. Portland, April 25. dim Keep it before the Public ! II o r TEA ROLLS Of a superior quality, ever evening, Sunday <xc«-pt ed, and HOP BHUWN BKEaD every morn ing. second to none in the city. UKOOKS A PH1NNKV. flUUC f Blowing kind- of Cake* art. mad** to order X at the shortest possible notice: Ladie-' Finger*, ■ oueen Drop*, Naples Biscuit, II nnlt Cake*, .Judge* Biscnit, Diet Brea*’*. (jovHinor* Bi*euit, <'oirpo>itiott Cake*, Union Biscuit, Pound t ake. Itatific Biscuit, f rosted Cake, plain or or* Tunbridge Blacuit, naiuentsl, Shrewsbury Biscuit. Washington Pie*, Uampcrdowu Biscuit, 4c., 4c. brooks a puinrey. N H The above name article* are made from the beat material*, a* the subscriber* are determined io make their establishment s**cotsl to none in the city. ma}2dlw n m m oval. JOSIAH BURLEIGH HA. KK.MUVEI> TO M:« STORK, KVASS’ BLOCK, Nos. 141 & 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Wholesale and Retail Dea’cr In I ; Clothing,Cloths, Tailors' Trimmings, -AMI GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Nos 111 A IIS Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Agent for Grover A Baker’* celebrated Sewing Maeliinea, Nos 141 & 143 Middle Street. ’NATHAN GOOLD Will nay to hi* friends that he may be found at Bur leigh’s, No. 141 A llo Middle street, w here lie will be pleaded to wait upon hi* former customer*. Portland. .March 24. 1804. dtf THE.BE STl Kc-opcncd. rpHK Photograph Galleries. Xo. 80 Middle *treet, M. Portland, having been thoroughly refitted and •applied with all the latest improvement*, are now open for the accommodation of the public. The proprietor is prepared to supply hi* former ouHtomer* and all who may give him a call, with pic ture* of every description, executed in the beet man ner and at reasonable prices. KT“ Particular attention given to oopying. „ . . . DAVIS. Proprietor. Portland, July 80,1868 dtf WANTS, LOST, FOUND REWARD. JWill p»v Fifty Dollar* reward to any perron who will give in formation leading to the recov ery of the property stolen from the Stable of < apt. •1. M. Coyle, in Westbrook, on the u«ght of the 22d insf. I will also pay Fifty Do! ars to any person giv ing snch information ss will lead to the di tee*ion of the thief or thieves JOHNS IIF.ALD. City Mar-hsl. Portland, April 30, JS64. api30dtf Lost. ON Saturday, April 30th. in the South Pai is car, or at Danville Junction, a l’oitmonie contain ing nine dollar* in bids, about me do’lar in curr* n cy, and several pictures and papers of value to tt* 1 >ser. Will t «e fiud- r please retain enough of the moxky to compensate for the trouble, and return the rdfct by express or otherwise to L. C. Pennell, 41 Brown street,or to Mr. Loring at the Press office. maj.Mlw WANTED! 1,000 WOMEN, To make Army Drawers. Also good Pant Master* and Finisher* wanted in the shop to make ARMY PAXTS. Noue but good workmen wanted. Apply at the room a iu FURR STRRFT 11 LOCK, over the store one donr north of Tolford'*. No work given out or taken in Monday forenoons or Saturdav afternoon*. feb'29dtf 8. W. HUNTINGTON. Wanted. V SOLDIER on furlough in this city, has under his care an active Intelligent contraband, about 16 year* of age. ter whom he wi*hes to provide a home, with a fan:by where be will be taugLt the ru ditne *«s of a c inrnmn education and teccive religi ous in«ti action »nd culture. He is accustom, ed to farm work, but will readily learn to make himself useful in auv other bu«lne«s. For particu lars address ‘'Contraband.” Mox 1823 P. O. Poit laud. Me . or enquire at Drake It Da* is’, 38*) Con gress street, Portland. majCdlw* "Wanted.! Second-Hand Candle Boxes, At No. 90 Portland Street, Portland Ian7 dtf Wunted Immediately. RARE opportunities for bu incss arc offered at 229, Congre** 8t. If you want and m»*a*i bus lues*, don't neglect for a single dav to investigate. apr*3d ti IS. CUA PM AN, J a. Wanted. V Female Pastry Cook at Dart on'* Oyster Saloon. 233, Congress 8t. ' apltftf Wanted. A Situation as Copyist, by a Lady who w rites rap idly and legibly Add re is L.\ Portland. Me. apr30eod2w* _HOTELS. Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE, <rORM(BLY W1UOS HOttBU.) J. P. MILLKB.PBOPBIETOB A Thi. popular Hotel ha* recently teen pur* ntn»ch»inl by Mr Millcriof theAlblunl.ud has RJALSbcen thorough]) relltted, renovated .ud re* |iEHci|i'a*r'd, ami numorou* cxcellft.! alt. ration* It i* located on the Saccarappa road, about lour mile* from Portland, aSording a beautiful drive ov«r a good road, and Ju*t about far enough for pleaaure. ft has a due large Dancing Hal) and good Bowling Alleys. In close proximity to the bouse is a warm and roomy Stable, containing twenty nice stalls There is al«o a well sheltered Shed, 106 feet long, for hitching Lome* The choicest Suppers will he got up for sleighing and dancing partita, who will find it greatly to their pleasure and advantage to resort to the White iiouse. No effort will be spared for the entertainment of ffueetj. decia-d*' THE AMEKICA* HOISE, Hanover Street - • • - Boiton, The Largest and Beal Arranged Hotel IN NEW ENGLAND. LEWIS RICE, Proprietor* 00I6 ly HALLOWELL HOUSE REOPENED! NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES! ti.U. DEINNIS, Proprietor. tr The public are specially informed that the < spacious, con\euix*nt ami well known Ualiowrll lioupx. in the cent* r of liallowell, two miles from August*, and four mi’es from Togus Spring, has been refurnished, and is open for tte reception of company and permanent board* rs. Every attention will be given to the comfort of gucsta. STABLING, and all the usual conveniences of a popular hotel, are amply provided. Hallowel , Fab 1 1864. mch25eodtf ~CAPISIC PONT HOUSE NOW OPEN, Three Mile* from l*wrtlaad. CJKO. W. MI KCII. apriadtf BOUNTIES & PRIZE MONEY. % I OO liouniy for Soldier* wounded in Battle. WK are prepared to obtain a Bcunty of fluu for j soldier* (ti.-ebarged on account of wound* received. Bounty of #100 lor Soldier* discharged ou account of tr uuds received in Uttt/e obtained ( it paper* on tile are correct j in three tree Is time Special attention given to tbe collection of Prize Money, and claim* against Government. • SWEAT 4 CLEAVES, Oounaellorn at Law. mebS dlf No 117, Mid Me St , Mussey's IIow REM jCzTT DR. AEWTOH HAS removed bis rosideuco to No. 37 middle Street, corner of Franklin street. Office a* heretofore, .Vo. 113 Kxchanye Street, In Noble’s Block, up stair*. Olhce hours from 9 to 10 A. M . from 2 to 3, and from 8 to 9 o'clock 1\ M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with general Practice, to give special attention to DISK ASKS Of 'KMALRS oo3fdtf Dresser's ! Dresser's ! on EXCHANGE STREET, A R<> V| THE FORT Om< «, Is the Place to buy your Jewelry! ip2Q d2w • PEARL tfL GARDEN!! Plants, Flowers, & Seeds. Mr*. M. FRASER, Florist, WO. 52 PEARL ST., Offer* for sulo a large assortment of Garden Roots, Herbaceous Plants, Shiubbery Hud Flower Seeds, Of her own ra'*ing. Also Dnlilina cb Hoses, SOME HUNDRED VARIETIES, Which can be purchased lower thin at any other Garden in the State. l*i ice of Flower Seeds only three mils per paper. $4T( ut Flower*. Boquetsand Wreaths from April to November. may3t2w t-urlmiii Seminary. fllHE Summer Term of this lustitutiou will coin JL mcnce on Tuesday. May 10, ISM. and continue t*u week*. For further pirticular* inquire of the Principal. A. WATERMAN, secretary. Gorham, April lb, 1804. inayS dA wlw MISCELLANEOUS. A SPRING SUPPLY FASHIONABLE GOODS, -FOR COATS. PANTALOONS AND VESTS. obtained during the last week in New Y ork and Boston, may be found at the store of | WILLIM C. BECKETT, Merchant Tailor, Ni , 1147 Middle Street. Some of these Goods, which have been recently imported, differ much iu color, texture and finish from the sty lea that have continued in vogue tor a > ear or two’ past, and are considered very elegant. Besides these and o her Goods,—comprising all the varieties for fashionable wear, at the name place may be found a good supply of Siaudnrd Utrrana, French, and Knxliali llroftdcloiba a- il !>«,• Mbiua. lor genteel suits; together wilii styles of Veatmigrt selected with avow to sut all tastes. Also, exco leut goods for Spring Overcoat*, Eng lish Walking Sacks Paletots, and other Business Gp af“- *’ith plater of the latest styles of Cutting and Finishing ST No 137 Middle Street.^F mch29 d6w PORTLAND RIDING ACADEMY, Now open Lr the Spring and Summer. Hoping a large number of ourcitizeus wdl avail themselves ot toe great ad * ant ages no w ctl« i eo them for a thorough equestrian training the Subscriber v ill hold him-eh in readiness wita his beautifully Trained Stud of liorses, to wait upon them at hi* School on South Stree*. Saddle Horses for the road as usual. J. W. ICOBLNSON, rroprietor. * » apUirn v. s. io-ao "LoiST FIRST NATIOWL IIA.VK •-OF - PORTLAND, DE3IU.XATED REPOSITORY -OF TH* UNI T E D STATES. This Bank is prepared to receive’ subscriptions for the new “TEN FORTY LOAM,” which is dated March 1,1 €4, bearing interest at five per cent, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN, redeemable at the pleasure of the Government after ten years, and payable iu forty year* from date. Interest on Bunds not over one hundred dollars payable anunaily, and on all other Bonds semi* annually. Bonds can be had iu sizes of WO, f 100, WOO, §)000. WM, EDW. GOULD, me till dtf Cashier. BREED X THREE, NO. 50 ONION STREET, Manufacturer? an<l Wholesale Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Shoe Stock and Findings. Importers of Serges, Lasting* ami Gusset tings, And the only M inufacturers of KID AND GOAT STOCK in th«* State. Having had large experience, and be- ■ ing importer* aud manufacture*, enable* u*to sell I the pame articles a* low a* tin y can be bought in Boston. We have always takeu especial pain? to give our customer* RELIABLE HOODS, and be lieve none have given better satisfaction. Country dealers are invited to examine our stock before pur eha«dng. Particular attention given to order* re ceived by mail. febl0d*w3ra BAILEY AND NOYES? | I» V. ALE K 8 IN’ VAVEtt HANGINGS, WK purchase our Stock of Koom Paper from the largest Manufacturing fcatablkhmenta in the Uui'ed States; careiully selecting from tlicir large stocks, the nkw pa menu a osly,—aud such as are adapted to this market. This year the **,ylea and design* are very beautiful, and we have a flue a-aortinent, appropriate for every style of roo"». We invite those in want of ROOM PAPER to examine our patterns, be'ore pdrrhasing elsewhere. 1 Tbe> are bought here for cash, aLd we can aflord to sell at a pair prick. BAILEY A*I* NOYES, Bookaellera ami Slationere, 5(1 Si 5b Eirkuair tiirrrt. I*«rllau«l N B Country dealers will Hud it to their advant age to gi\e ti* a call, if in waut of Room Pa pick. uicirr, 2 mi 4 w XKW ORLEANS S. D. MOODY 8r. CO.J OoiumlHHion Merchant, 07 Tchoupi* ton! as at . New Orle :iio. La. Kefercnc 4 • baker A Morrill, Boston; f ranklin Snow A Co., boston; Wise * Kusdell, Boston ; C. Nickerson A Co., N. 1., Rich & Co., St. Louis. 'ET* Particular at tent ion given to OoHiifwmenis Of vcteelt, Lumber, Hay , Oats, ft*. tucli23 u8m FEUCHTWANGER & ZUNDER, NO. Hi MIDDLE STREET, (FOX BLOCK), * Are Again in the l-*iel<l - WITH - Divisions, Brigades & Regiments! NEW A N 1> FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS! r O It THE SPRING. • ' . Ladle* of Portland and vicinity are respectfully invited to cal! and see the many beaut iftil style* ot Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods JI ST R F. V K I V E U : Also, the great variety House Fiirnishiny Gootl* ! Such a* Browu and Bleached Cotton Sheeting* and Shirting*, Table Linen*, Drilling*. Ticking*, Denim*, Stripe*, Ac. AU.i, Ju§t receiving, the l*te*t styles ol haud*ome Spring Balmoral Slclria And the most fashionable *J‘Rl\rO SHAWLS. A complete etock of CLOTHS AM) rASSURERES, FOB BOVS’ AND MEN’S WEAK CLOAKINGS! CLOAKINGS!! An elegant assortment \Yt> are just ready to manu* facture to measure, at the shortest notice, any ot the new and desirable Spring Cloak*. Warrented to suit. IEICUTWANOEB A ZIJXDEXI, ( F O X B L O C li ), NO. SI MIDDLE STREET. POKTLAND, Maiki. 1’. 8.—Ladies need not ask l'« r goods from the wrecked steamship Bohemian, e wo have none but •ocud and fresh goods, which W( w arrant a* such, aprltf Bugg) lor Sale. A MsMachusutt* built, argo. easy Tcp Buggy is iV for sale at Dr. KIPLEY'S stable in Temple tree* ap20d*wtf BUSINESS CARDS. hkadluv, Mm i;i()\ ^ ft04»K*ft, Wholesale Dkalkbs in Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Th:mas block, ROBERT RRUEV. \ o.m moult*‘it, [ PO/ITLASD, ME. A. «. ROOEK*. ) majSdtf W. W. CARR & CO., Raving taken tbe * rult Store formerly occupied b* O. HAWYER, No. a Exchange Street, Are prepared to offer to the trade s large and wel* selected stock of Fsreign and Domestic Fruit ! Wholesale and Retail Uprscf Gum, Letfncse Leuaous, t'auary Seed, i nudiee, L.lnie>, Union Syrup, Han«y, Prunes. Cmos Sints. FI*.. Citron, Nuts, nil klu.l., Dates, Ollres, Raisins, Tobacco, Sordines, Cigars. Fancy Candles of nil description. ootSdtf F. M. CARSLEY, CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER, No 51 Union Street, 18 prepared to do all kinds of CABINET JOB BINU in a prompt and satlstbctory manner. Book and Show Cases made to order. tarrirnltBrs Mads, Repaired and Varnished at SHORT NOTICE. Portland. Nay 39,138k. tf IRA WINN, Agent, ISTo. 11 Union St., • It prepared to fkrni#h STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, of various size# and pattern#, Stout Pipe ud Fill ores, Bill (tearing, Skaftisz, Piilqktc. Lioht Uouea ITeat of all descripti >ns, and all kinds of work requir-d in ttti’din, FOKTIPIOATIOSta. IronStair* nml other ArcbitertaralTVoik. Uonses. Stores, and other buildings, Stud with Gas and Steam in the best manner. In connection with tho above is an Iron Foundry, with a large Assortment of Patterns, to which the attention of Machinist*, Millwright#,and Ship-Build* ere is invited—and all kinds of Castings furnished at short notice. IF*orders for Machine .Jobbing, Patterns and Forgings, promptly executed. oo?dtf MIlVi>£ K’S SEWING MACHINES I WOODMAN, TRUE * CO.. AOENTS, !fo». 54 and 5ft - - - - - Middle Street. Neodies as 4 Trimming i always on hand mohlBtf ▲ CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD. DENTIST. No. 176 MkI.ii Street. Rimisnui.Dri BAcoN and Bmblih Portland, May 36,lo63. tf i Dr. J. H. UFA ED HAVING disposed of his entire lute rest in his 1 Office to Dr. 8. C FERNALD, would cheerfully rtcconunend him to his former patients and the pub lic. Dr. Furkald, from long experience, is prepar ed to insert Artificial Teeth On the “Vulcanite Base," j and all other method* known to the profession. Portland. Mar 36. ISA* tf JOHN F. SHERRY~ Hair C utter and Wig Maker, No. IS Market 8quare,Port* Mia, (op stairs.) tST'S' par ate room for Ladies’ and Children's Uaii Cutting. A good stock of Wigs, Hall-Wigs. Bands, Braids Curls, Frisette, Tads, Kolb, Crimping Board*, Ac. %n.. nonstantlv on hand le23'63diy \v oob TmiToal CHEAP FOIt CASH ! $9.50. CHEAPJJOAL. $9.50 PRIME LOT CHESTNUT COAL B9.S5B TON, SPRING MOUNTAIN. LF.ItlGU, 11EZILTON, SUGAR LOAF. OLD COMPANY LKHIGH, LO CUST MOUM AIN JOHNS. DIAMOND, WEBS TER and BLACK HEATH. These Coal* arejof the very best quality, well screened and picked, and warranted to give satisfaction. Abo lor sale best of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the eity. Orrnx CoMJcnat ial St., head of Franklin Wharf 8. ROUNDS 4 SON. feblQ dly WAliKUV* ITftFOliVFD FIRE AND WATERPROOF FELT COMPOSITION, -AMD Gravel Hoofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. K. HERSKY. Agent, Jan'JC dll No. 16 Union Street. iLUEK'r WEBB & CO., - PUllU III - Corn, Flour and Grain, BEAD OF MERRILL'S W11 AKIN ( •mntrrUI Street, - - Fertlaad, Me. JeSttf Colley, Burnham & Co., Cahiuet Makers ami l iiholsterers, 308, Cong est Street, VI* F. prepared to do ell kind* of Cabinet and Up holati ry work, at the aborted notice. All kiud* of I'n 'ill in re. Lounges A !*Iultre«*es —constantly on hand— N. 8. The public are invited to call aud examine. n» *b4 dtf HOOTS AMI SHOES! W. LOTH HOP, 88 Middle Street. Where cm be found a large assortment ol LadWilts', Muses'. Boys’ and Youths f fti m oiill I BOOTS, SHOMS a;.<i Ml /* s ot the beat manufacture aud at rea sonable prices. Uoora and i'hoes made to measure from the be««t French and American stock *nd on the latent style last*. WM. W. LOTUKOl'. mch22 d2ni J OHM F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, I ODMAN BLOCK , nu'UlT dtk wtf Timei.K STKirr. mcotoh Canvas, -iron PUB BY JAMES T. PATTEN & CO., Bath, Me. *)/ t< * BOLTS Superior Bleached 1 AUU S00 do All Lon* daa "Got. a, Workt eminent contract, ( 400 do Ultra All Lon* Hal | *r"r®*»h, Suodo Nary hine j Delivered in Portland or Boetoa Bath, April*0,18d» aplldU MISCELLANEOUS. ELEGANT CLOAKS" — AT— POPULAR PRICES! LEACH & ROBINSON, hi MIDDLE STREET, Wish to hoik liner to their friend. and the Lad ice of I ortlaud and vicinity,that »hey nave opened these ondM'or} over their store for the exclusive manufacture and sale of CLOAKS, CAPES. -A HD MANTILLAS! Wo have Just received Elegant Cloth Garments, From the ceielrateJ Uuueee of t.o. BEvBli, k «. e. CM 4 Cl)., Canal **t., New York, which together with our own mauu'acture, will dis play the choicest congress of CLOAK MERCHANDISE erer c flere t in Maine, which will be .old at the Lowest Possible Prices FOR CASH. Country Dealer, will Sod a Choice lfecrtment of Ladies’ tiarmeut*. Cloths, Silks Tassels, millions, and ORNAMENTS, C onstantly on hand. Thin department of our business will be couduc'ed ' with special reference to t! e wants ot the tl.OSfcST BLYhKS. All the popular styles will appear eai ly and n ilt be exhibited in FINE. MEDIUM — AMD — Low Cost Fabrics. With superior facUiticsfor manufacturing, w-vlmpe to merit the continued patronage of our friends. LEACH A KOBINSOX. aprWdlm. SPRING {SUMMER OPENING! A. ■>. RE EVE 8, TAILOR & DRAPER, NO. 03 EXCHANGE STREET. Uujiwt returned from Rnstou an.I New York wllb a HIGH ANl) KASHIONAULK AMSOBTMENT Or Cloths, Casbimeres and Vestings, Of every variety mud stylo, (including many of the moat unique pattern* of the season.) which b* pur *a *•*•<*«**%, and consequently can rite i*n el*, gant "fit *nrr at tne LOWEST CASH I’KICLS ! lie invitee hi* old lriends and customer*, and the public generally, to call and examine hi* stock. Having enlarged hi* store by the removal of his work-room above, be lias accommodation* more ex tensive for the display of hi* goods. April 8, 1*H. dtf J. W. »VKL». Purchaaer for Kastrro Account o» LOUR. GRAIN, SEEDS. PROVISIONS, LARD BITTER and WESTERN PRODLlK generally. Particular attention given to shipping by quicken and cheapest route*. No. 1S2 8011 H WATER 8 l P.O.Box 471. Chicago, Itltnoftft. KxrBttKirt xe- Messrs Mavnard ft Hods; 11 ft W Chiokering; C. II. Camming" ft Co.; 8. c». Bowdleaf ft Co.; Cnarlea A. Stone: llaliett, Davis ft Co., ol Boston, Ut-d. Cashier Elliot Hank. Boston. J. hi. Bacon. Rmi., Preside** Ntwtou Bunk, .fewton. C. B. Cotta; Warren EJB* ft Hon*. New 1 ork City Jy» 63dly Coal and Woo<i ! -AT THU LOWEST PRICE8 FOE CASH, DELIVERED TO AS V PART OP THE CITT. AT SHORT NOTICE. Our Coal is of !ho very BEST quality, and war ranted to give satisfaction. -ALSO. FOR SALF All Hindu of Hard and 3oft Wood. The Public are invited to give u« a call, as we art bound to give satisfaction to all who favor us with thefer custom. OFFICE NO. 49 COMMERCIAL STREET RANDALL A McALLlSTER *un20 ly _ _ __ M. Sil vor Plater, AND MARUrACTURLR O# SILVER WARE, 238 Congreve 3t.,Opp. Court House Portland,Me O'"All kinds ot W Alt K, such us Knives, I take Spoon*. Cake Baskets, Castor*, Ac , p ated iu th> best maimer. Also, HR FAIRING and RE- FINISH I NO Old Silver Ware. jau29 d€m TO £1111* Bl ILDERS. F. S. & J. B. Hl’CKIXH, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and wholeaale and retail dealer* iu diur i imhku ari* Clank. Have lor-ale at their Wharf. Clviual SwVaki, L»*t Boston. 250.tnil> Locus#'iua Oak Tret nails, 2,000 Hackmatack Karst, p sued Also Whitr Oak Clark ami riMukii,Cukatni't Boarl* and Clank WaiTR Pink. Okc r-I'lark. Ac. Particular at tention paid to Eu. nishiug Oak Flank by the Cargo, inch'd* dim To .tlnnufiirtiircrs, Ship Kuilder*. AN D person* dtiliou of Be al Estate Investments, th • following property j* oBrodat good bargain*. ‘d>> House* at prices from f 15 0 to R6000. 100 rtdms Lot* at price* from #800 to #8000 2000 Cent of water front suitable for wharves Ship yard*. Manufacturing Site-, fronting deep water with hue spring ot water >d ac< lit Hereto and a portion of it adjoiniug thelirawri trunk Kail lead, from which freight may bedepo it* d onth«,p-eni>*e«. inch 17 3m MO8E8 (ioL LD. 74 Middle St. TO MERCHANTS. fflQE undersigned having greatly increased their X faci'ities for uianafacturing BOOTS ANI) 8HOKS, and having large experietce iu tna* •ranch, would call the attention of the trade to the same. We shall in future he much better able to supply t he de mand* of tl.e trade then heretofore, am! are confi dent that iu the iuality, both ol our stock and work, weean giv. satisfaction, a* wemanui&cture< xpref* ly for the retail1 rade. 1 hose buying for cash will I find it to their advantage to look at our stcek, w hk h consist* in part of RUBBERS. SOLE ami H 1.1 LEATHER, FRENCH and AMERICAN CALF. i French Kip. Remain* and J»d*t Calf. Goa* and Kid Stock, Serges an t Hreb$, Root and Shot Machinery and Findings ail kind*. Mr. Edmund Libby, late of the firm of Messrs CUa* J Walker A Co . ha* associated hUnself wi h u*. and reiving on his many year* experience iu manufacturing,we areconhd-'i't io making the above statements. TYLER A LAMB. Portland. Feb. 1,1864. febfldim. Notice. WHEREAS l-aac V Davis, a boy that ha* been liv ing with me since he waa an infant, has left mv house the fifth dav of tin* month, thi* i* to notify all person* that 1 shall par no deb sot bis con tracting after thi* date. CALVIN C. DAVIS, North Yarmouth, April 18,1864. »plP d8w • I mlsckllaneouT !»AUVKR-s ' NEW FRUIT STORE, No 4 3, Kxchftn^H Sf Orange*. Lemoea, Figs, frui.cs. citror, CarrenH Sardine*, Tickle*. I eppersauce, kite ■©.Job*. Bull issue**, ‘J amain.d*. Canva J<: ay/C*J^ i* u* Jeilvy, l.asterry Jelh y, NuM of all k.ud.«, Tl«iu an i L ai c/ Contev low* err. of every detcriptiou Kai m Toilet iNoipe Tlainaod fat* cy Tip©*, bmokii'g and Chuaing * oba* co, foreign and Do uje-»lc Cigar? IS CANS—PtB hei. Tomatoes Itrawbsf* rioa, Hasberriea, &o, The above good* »:'.J t* told as low as fc* k°®**** l.u °*CJ Wbolaai© or retail. aprUl 3wd J. O. (HEBEI'S MELODEON & ORGAN Manufactory, No. 135 1.3 .ruddle : treec VT 1 LoUKOSS of ail si/_*t ard sty Its op bead ss4 ▲vA mauuftetar* d to oruer. Hie coml ined power aiul iffwlnpi*!1 oi tone o! hi* bxcELsiol OuOAF render it suitable for a cb iHi or parlor, aed the be*t substitute for a pipe organ that car bo obtained. f be fo lowing Is oue of the numerous tmlmnnlaia in his posse** ion: From IV. K. Gould, Cashier of Interim iomul Bomk, Portland. Toutlaud. May 0,1661. r or many yt ars I Lave hid irtoutni opioiianl* t‘e« to notice the manvgoed points la the Melodeo&e midebv Mr. J. D Cbener.ot ti is city, and •• the result. 1 have urged ra, friends wh> wertiitMdlaf to purcha«e an iartiuiuebt of this class, to preelm Oue ot M • Cheney. W. k.GOULh. zrrit Combination Voire is oppiit 4 to aU omt Instruments Terrous ordering by pib 1 wiA get ©§ gojd an 1 us*rumeat as th lugh selected bjr them Ms? aonallr. No charge for Ticking. KiraUUM n| Tunisc, promptly attended io Tortiand, May 3, l*dt. may £©wlw* GREEN HOUSE AMD llLI)l)i\<; oi t PLVJVT4, I Reapcctfnlly inform the public Mi*t 1 hart ©a hand a targe assortment of bri^a lleeae awd Bed ting-out Taut*. for rtpriug «a e. ©f superior quality, via: Vkrrbnas. Dahiiim. iliaiSOII m*. Taksks n jd K.eas Also, a m s nrlleotitti Of AaTkK t'nSBTS. kc . kc . |r. A *el©3tfon nia/ always be found at Kttldhl1 4 W itney*-. MA’-ket S juarj. orders left there Wilt be promptly attendee to * A l lURWAXbKk. Herts!. Corner of North and Montreal Street!. Portland. Me. eprtOCf HR I DC TOY At'AI) ii?T -AT NORTH BBIDOTON, Mi OT. r|1UK Sumtr.r Ten* at tbia ln«tituti a vRlCt' 1 met c«* I ui'i.lajr, Mar 24th. uudrr 'ha .oatiaiMti car. mi Ur. Hlltna 1IM.4IAS 11 MEaD. M a* Th 4 hwi. tmMarr, Spring and Summer Gooda! P. B. FROST, Merchant Tailor, 94Exch'Uige St., Hiring rnurned from Now York ind Bo.t.1 wtkli ttie m«r i»ortm.nt and Mwur ’ rrl.ll of F.ngliih. Fronrli (irnnaii, Scotcb and Inn-rlcan « tain*, Kmkricing ill tho di»inbl. STTl.FI. 9RADMH ind > /.V/.r/f to b. found In the mmrkct, .iltibJ. tar Bl'.SIHKSN piL’IlM. f.M.Ll'tl WUK1JC COA I S. spring OVKKCOATb ind HKUS ItlT*. Nice Vesting, Army and Ffavy Cloth*. Every paiu< will bj taken to give en 11 mtiihlrtWh In FlIXUH* -*-• CLOTHS FOR BOVS* H SAt* Particular attention given t# Cuttiue A J*uDutacturiaf Boy's CloUllg mch HeodSm PEN S10NS ! BOUNTIES ! BACK. PAT l Are obtained for Wounded Soldier* (flccbtfrtrt) and the friend* of deceased *oldiera whouru latnii l to the *amu by * BVKOY D. VFUKILL, Alioruj u<l CiiBxilir, it X*. It.* IMk.tlmt, -ISO— Li conned Agent for all the UeptiUDaaU at Washington. Portland. April S3, lid*. ap36 aodlm CRAFTS A WILLI VMS* Suct-easoR* TO J. W. UCXffEWSLA * CO-, No. 6 6 7 k B Commercial Wharf, Bos:*. **. Importer* and Wholesale Dealer* in Draff, Med*■ cine a, fwiifi, Oil*, />ge Stefa. M<in*factwreri nr tiol* * *ua Chemicals Manuncturer* **f « o« ai Par Japan Ac. Agent* fur Fore*t River Lee 4 Mystic L* ad Co. French and Jmeri an Liar. Drug^i* ’*. Perfumer* and Liquor Ix/elt. Gvaaval Agouti* for J. L. llunneweiP* Universal CfQfk Bfla* edy. Tolu Anodyne and Electric hiU. a«h»4Mdlh TAKCK A U OXisOIPS Patent Metallic or Copper Paint* FOR VESSELS’ BOTTOM*. To (In nor* anil tln*lm ofVMMb. This superior article i* offered with th# fklleat oot. • fldeuce W hen applied to WOODKN BOTTOM V£8UU it will be found a perfect *ab»titat* for Cram r Shtathiug. and a COSH LATE Pkf 1k* V AllVe fro ii WOKMS. Baku a clem, Ohoss. *0. Tea sel* trading t»» tl.e Writ India and St it hern Pur • will bud it particularly cr their interest to aaa t « rATkNT MkTA l l• c on t Oi feu Pan T. I he propru tors mil in every ea*e * aa ran tee. sot only tha* tloir Copper Paint i* tu^erier t# any in use. but also to any that ha* beeu 1 intoior* of* f red tu the public. Printed direction* for ure scene par v each Ml. For *al«, whoivtale and retail, by the ManaBlc• turer* Agent*, LYMAN & MARRETT. siiip Olinncllora, No. IIV (oimuerclal Street. IpSU 2tu» (l roBTLUTD. JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, * 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON Are prepared to order at favorable ratee, COLI • HESS and til.EM.AKNtX K PIG IRON, Aho, BAR, SHEET, * BOILER PLATE IMOX, of KngtLdh ami Scotch Mauufi aturo. Wo-haileoutinue 10 receive. In Addition to Otr Anifericau Uric A, a regular supply of ENGLISH, btVrtil. A WELCH 1'1K£ BUCK mchll • o«i*ir i VttV Is till |> II Tuugllt T. B. PAR SONS, — AT — No. 12, Deer 8ueet, Portland. / 1 EN 1 l.KMV \ de*>rt u* of instruct on to Pitot " W ca Nat i gat ion will find an exptrtonoed 'MAS* **r. Hi- i» the only expv ieneed Ship M Attar in to • State, uho tea ) -* Na\ gatlon, and ia eapeatalh ai - pointed to..uali.v Eurlgrtaud Matt* fbr iba t’ r. Harr. mahS-aodB. I'OK SALE, Cht-ap for Cashl a uasAT vaaiaTT or CHILDREN’S CARRIAGES, Bird ('ages, Rocking Horse., Ladies Work and Traveling Basket*, Toys, Marble*, fOJtr MON A IKS. LADIES’ KEDCCLES AHD BAU3. DKCM3. V tiLINS.Ul Halts, VIuU-N STRINGS. WRITING KE3KS, WORK r.OXMB, Bo. -»T~ W. U. ROBINSON, 30 EichMcttt, nolilfTn

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