Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, May 10, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated May 10, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND VOLUME HI; PORTLAND, ME., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1864 WHOLE NO 675 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN. Bdltor, • IttDiIOlt No. 82* EXCHANGE SIHKiT.by N. A. FOSTER A CO. ru« Po«TLA«D Daily Psunis published lit *7.00 ret yeir ; IT paid strictly in kdv&uco. A discouut of 1.00 will be made. Single come# three oents. Titn Maink State Press i« published every Thurs day morning,at 92.00 per annum, in advance; 22.26 If paid within *ix months; and 82.60. if payment be delayed beyond the year. Rato* of Advert ini ns: 7 One inch of apace in length of column, constitute! a ‘‘HyUAUK." 81.60 per nqnare daily first week ; 76 cents per week eftdr; thrbe insertions or leas, 91.00; continuing eve ry other day alter first week, 60 ctrntu. Half square, throe insertions or lens. 76 oents; one week, 81.00; 60 oents per week after. Under head of Amusements, *2.00 per square per week ; three insertions or less. #1,60. Sfboial Notice*, #1.76 per square first week, 81,00 per square after; three insertions or loss, 81.26; half a square, three insertions, 81.00; one week, •125 Advertisements Inserted in the Maine State Pass* (which has a large circulation in every part of the State) for 50 oenl* per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Legal Notiobb at usual rates. Transient advertisements must bo paid for In ad • vanoe Bnaivxas Notices, in reading columns, 12 cents per line for one insertion. No oharge less than fifty oents for each insertion. ty”Allc Murnumcanon-* intended for the paper slDuld be directed to the " Editor of the Press, and tbo*-' of a business character to the Publithert. C|P*Jo* Printing ot every description executed with dispatch. F. Tracy, Traveling Agent. m Tuesday Morning, May 10, 1864. Garidaldi on Our War.—An English correspondent says that Garibaldi, In a very straight-forward way, called on our Consul at London (Hon. Freeman H. Morse), and told him that he would do himself the honor of breakfasting with him the following morning, wheu he hoped to meet all who would do him the bouor of calling on him. Mr. Morse, of course, was delighted with the privilege thus afforded him. In the course of the conversa tion that ensued, the correspoudeut says: '* Gaiibaldi spoke in the most enthusiastic terms of General Grant. He said that he was a brave and efficient officer, and commented particularly ou his Western campaign, saying I that it was the most masterly military feat that it had been his province ever to have heard of. He spoke ol him as being the 'light man in the right place,’ and that he above all others was the man to coimnaud the Ameri can armies. » ««viiiiwu «uv Iiv 4 Iivui nuu, 11 Kdt part of Geuerai Garibaldi's conversation. Ill •peaking of haring hern in Loudon some years ago, before he had become so universal ly known, he said when here he dined with tne notorious George N. Sanders, iben U. S. Consul here. Since that time Sanders has written to him, asking him to go over and take up the cause ot the South, • which prop osition,’ said he, * I scornfully rejected. I did not even answer Sauders’ communication’’ The Ladies’ National Covenant.— Tne following is a list of the New England State Committees of the Ladies’ National Covenant, organized at Washington to di. courage the purchase of foreign wearing ap parel during the cootlnuauce of the war: Maine. Mrs. Vice President Hamlin, Ban gor; Mi*. Senator Lot M. Morrill, Augusta; Mrs. Representative Sweat, Portlittd; Mi*. Representative Pike,Calais; Mrs. Representa tive Blaine, Augusta; Mrs. Representative John H. Rice, Foxcrolt. Sew B unpsliire. Mrs. Senator Hale, Di ver; Mrs Senator Clark, Manchester: Mrs. Representative Rollins, Concord. Vermont. Mrs. Senator Foote, Rutland; Mrs. Representative Baxter. Derby Line; Mrs. Representative Woodbridge, Vergeunes; Mrs. Representative Stratford. Massachusetts. Mrs. Senator Wilson, Nat ick; Mrs. Major General Butler, Lowell; Mr*. Harrison Gray Otis, Boston; Mrs. Rep resentative Eliot, New Bedford; Mrs.General I.ander, I.ynn; Mrs Representative Ames, North Easton; Mrs. Representative Alley, Lynn. Rhode Island. Mrs. Representative Jenckes, Providence. Connecticut. Mrs. Senator Dixon, Hart ford; Mrs. Senator Foster, Norwich; Mrs. L. H. Sigourney, Hartford; Mrs. Representative English, New Haven. A Live Fitoo Embedded in Stone.—The ctone-masous engaged in lajiug the Inunda tion of the new blacksmith shop, at the roll ing mill of Wood, Morrell, & Co., in breaking a iarge sand-stone in two, the other day, dis covered a frog, pressed as Hat as a ceut. and lying in a crevice or cavity of the stone, from which there was no visible outlet. As soon as it fell out it begun to manifest symptoms of life, and, before one hour, it was as large, plump, and lively as any other frog. It ap pear*. however, to be blind at present, but, as the eye* appear perfect, it inay regain it* sight. The rock from which it was taken wa* quarried front some of the spurs of the Laurel bill, about thirty years ago, when the 1W..WI. P-n.l _ .. . built in a wall, where it remained till a few days ago, when it was removed to be put in the foumlution beiore mentioned. Of the real age of his frogship we are in entire ignorance. It may he a pre-Adamite, an antediluvian, or a post-deliiviau, or it may be a millcuarian, or even a centenarian. The rock is a loose sand stone formation, coarse in the grains, and of a a rusty color, and may not be very ancient. As there was no crevice in the stone, except the bed in which it lay. it certainly has been there for the last thirty years, and it may have danced at mother KVe'e wedding for aught we know.—Johnstown (I’a.l Democrat, April 27til. Statistics of tub 11 uman Family.—In the last Congregational Quarterly there is an article on this subject, containing the follow ing estimate of the religious divisions of the population of the world: I’agaus 0,7) millions, or 0.7 per cent. Mohammedans UN) “ 10 “ Cathol ic», Greeks and Jews 17.7 “ 17 12“ Protestant Chris tendom 7.7 7^12“ Total 1,000 millions, or 100 per cent. The writer also thinks that not over one in seven, or one iu ten, of the inhabitants of Prote«tant communities are “ living Chris tians,” and as he does not appear to tlyuk the phrase applicable to “ Catholics and Greeks,” we are led to the conclusion that, iu a population of the world estimated at over one thousand million", only seven or ten millions are “ living Christians.” The writer lias reason to add that, with his peculiar limit ation of Christianity to a preferred doctrinal creed, the coutrast between “ the real friends , of the Lord Jesus Christ and the world is painfully striking.”—jUostou Transcript. FASHIONABLE_CLOTHING ^ AU4J. F. YORK, MorolittiU 'X'nilor*, Having taken the elegant ai.d coinmodiou* *torc NO. 104 I?lII>nEE STREET coiitm: of fli'm. Invites the attention of Gent U nit n tolii* rich in voice of Foreign and domestic Cloths for Hprintf anti Hummer wear, all of which have ju*t been selected irom the large-1 ami best stock* in New York and Ho ton, and will be made up to order and with despatch in the latest gtyle#—FULL M i TCJidU SUITS, CO A CS, PANTS or VESTS, M may be desired. 9 FURNISHING GOODS in great variety, sad suited to the tastes of all, con •tanciy on band, rRBSH HOODS RECEIVED EVERY WEEK 104 MIDDLE STREET. Portland, March 8,1864. eodtojun;! MISCELLANEOUS. v. s\m. b. rpilK undersigned being licensed by the United X states, aie prepared to procure Pensions, ; Bounties, Arrears of Pay and Prize Money lor Sol* dicr-4, Seamen or their heirs. Bills lor board aud Transportation of Keel ml* or Drained Men collected. All demands agaiust the stale «»r United Mate* at tended to. Having an agent both at Washington and Augusts, aud having had large experience, we fee« safe in asnertiug that any busiucss entrusted to our care will be faithfudy and picmptly executed. We have also au agent inXew York to attend to the paymetit ot Prize moutv. Advice tree. Approved claims cashed. MANLEY St SAW ILK. OfficeS2j Ex hauge, St., Fox Block Portland, Me. J. U. MANLEV. W. B. SAWVKK. Rrferrixcti • Hon. Sarah Cony,Governor ol Maine, lion. J L. ilodsdon, Adjutaut e.cn ol Maine. Hon. Wm Pitt Fe*eeaden, U. 6. senator lion, hot M. Morrill, U.S. Senator. apl3 d&wtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, P Li UMBER! WAKEIl 09 Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 141 EACH STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, C'old and Shower Rath*, Wash Bowls, liras* & Silver I'lattd CocU, INVERT description of Water Fixtures for Dwel* -A ling Houser, Hotels, Public Butliiiegs, Shops, Sec., arranged aud vet up in the best manner, and all orders in town or country faithfully executed. All kind* of jobbing promptly attended to. Cou*tantIy on hand LEAD PIPE*. SHEET LEAD aud BEER PUMPBof all description-4. apil dtl NO. 27. REMOVAL. NO. 27. niK» U. E. VAtt\I.Y, having removed troin 124 Middle Street to the new store NO. 27 FREE STREET, solicit* the continued patronage of her friend* and the public. Constantly on hand the newest aud mod favhion able varieties of MILLINERY GOODS! HAIR. WORK! Mis* V. will atteud os formally to the manufacture of ail kiiid* of Hair Work, »uch a* Prixetl*. liauda, Grecian Braids, Ac. aplbd4w A. & S. SHURTLEFF A C07 VOS. Ji A 50 VlinOl.E STREET. PORTLAND. Manufacturers and Dealer? in Men'* Boys’ and Youth'* Thick, Kip and Calf Boots, Women’s Misses and Children’s Goat. Kid and Calf Balmorals, Rubbers Shoe Stock, Findings, \\T1TII our superior faciliti* s for manufacturing, aud a large exttnence in ihe btisiuos, we are are able to n il a* low a* iu Boston or elsewhere. Dealer* are feapectf-»lly invited to call aud ex amine our mock before purchasing gy Orders by mail promptly attended to. Portland. April 23,1864. dfm PICTURE FRAMES O K A L. L K I N t> 8 .VANUFACTUUID »Y R. J. D. LARRABEE A CO, NO. 09 EXCHANGE STREET. Old Oil Paintings Mounted on New Canvass, Retouched and Varnished by one who has had long experience in the hu-incus In Eugiand. OLD FKA!VE§ KEGILT. MATERIALS FOR WAX WORK. A large variety of choice Engravings, Pictures framed in all styles. Order* for Wax work w ill receive prompt atten tion. K. J. 1>. lakkabke ft CO. No. Gtf Exchange Street. Portland. April 'J'. dim REMOVAL. JOSIAH BURLEIGH HI* BKM0VK1) To NEW STORE, EVANS* BLOCK, Nos. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGHj Wholesale anil Retail Dea'er in Clothing,Cloths, Tailors' Trimmings, -A > I) GENTLEMENS FURNISHING GOODS, Kon 141 ft 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Agent for Grover A Baker’* celebrated Sewing MaeliinoM, Hoi. 141 & 143 Middle Street. NATHAN 0 0 0 L 0 Will «ay to hi* friends that he may be found at Bur leigliH.No. 141 it 143 Middle street, where he will be plea-ed to wait upon hi* former customer*. Portland. March 24. 1804. dtf THE BEST! Ke-o|»eiicd. rilllK Photogranli GalleriM, No. 80 MJddle .triet, ft Portland, having bo n thoroughly refill, d aud supplied with all the latest improv« 'merit*, are now oi^u for the accommodation of the public. The proprietor i* \ repared to supply hi* former ouutomer* and ali who may give him a call, with pic ture* of every description, executed in the best man ner and at reasonable prices, fcy- Particular attention given to ooprtog. _ . A. 8. DAVIS, Proj rletor. Portland, July 80,1S68 dtf HAVE now been b:fore tbe public for nearly a year They are universally pronounced the nea’est aud best litiiug collars extant. 1 he upper t dge pn^ut* a perfect curve, free from the angle* noticed in ail other collar*. The cravat cause* no pucker* on the inside of the turn-down collar,—-they are AS HM'ioiil INSIDE AS OU 1 SIDE,—and therefore perfectly fiee and easy to the tuck 1 he Garotte Collar has a smooth and evenly fin ished edge on u TH BIDKl*. These Collars are not simply flat piece* of paper cut in the form of a collar, but are molded and Pli A PE O TO FIT TH B VECK Tliey are made in ••Novelty" (or turn-down stvle^iu every halfsize from 12 to 17 inches, andiu “Eureka," (or Garotte,) from 13 to 17 inches; and packed in “solid size" in neat blue cartons, containing J00 oaoli : niao in smaller out s of lO'cmcb.—the latter a very handy package for Traveller*, Aimv ami Navy Officer* EVERY COLLAR is stamped “Guay * Pah nt Molded Collar.” Sold by ail dea'er* in Men’* Ktimisl lug Good*. The Trade supplied by HATCH. JOHNSON a CO. Importer* ami Wholesale Dealer* in Men’s Furnish ing Good* aud Umbrella* 81 Devonshire St.. H«h» Toi, Mab*. uteh22 eod.'Jrn RBMOV L. t>lt. NEWTON HAS removed hi* residence to \o. 87 Mlddlt Street, oorner of Franklin street. Otfieea* hereto fora, So. 115 Exchange Street, in Nome'* Block, up stair*. Office hour* from 9 to 10 B * to tDl* froua 8 to 9 o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will oontinue, in-oonneotion with general pmotice, to give special attention to DISEASES 01 FEMALES OOSldtf WANTS, LOST,FOUND REWARD. I Will pay Fifty Dollars reward to any person who will give information leading to the recov ery of tho property stolen from the Stable of Cant. J. B. Coyle, in Westbrook, on tbe L ght of the 22d Inst. I will also pay Fifty Dol ars to any person giv ing ench information as will lead to the detec ion of the thief or thieves JOHNS Mi'.ALD, City Marshal. Portland, April 30,1864. apr80dtf Lost. ON Saturday. April 30th, in the South Paris ear, or at Danvil e Junctiou, a Poitrnonie contaiD iug nine dollars in bids about one do’lar in cirr* n cy, and several pictures and papers of value to toa I »ser. Will t e find' r please retain enough of the money to compensate for the trouble, and return tbe rest by express or otherwise to L. C. Pennell, 41 Brown street, or to Mr. Loriog at the Press office, may&dlw WANTED 1 1,000 WOMEN, To make Army Drawers. Also good Pant Baxters and Finishers wanted in the shop to make ARM Y PAKTs. None but good workmen wanted. Apply at tbe rooms in STREET BLOCK, over the store one do^r north of Tolford’s. No work given out or taken in Monday forenoons or Saturday afternoons. feb29 dtf 8. W. HUNTING TON. Wanted. V SOLDI Eh’ on furlough in this city, has under bis care an active intelligent contraband, about 1*> year, of age, lor whom be wishes to provide a home, with a fao i v where be will be taught the ru diments of a cuntnon educat on and receive religi on* instruction and moral culture. He is accustom ed to Turin wi rfc, but will readily learn to make himself useful ia an vr other bu ine-r. For particu-* lars address “Contraband.” Box 18S3 P. O. Port laud. Me , or enquire at Drake A Davis’, 3-d C on gress street, Portland. majf.dlw* "Wanted.! Second-Hand Candle Boxen, i At No. 90 Portland Street, Portland )an< dtf WaiiK'd liiimi-riiutHy. RARE opportunities fhr bu iuess are offered at 229, Congress St. If you want and in*»a»i bus iness, don’t ucgleet for a tingle dav to investigate. apraSdtf E. CHAPMAN, Ju Wanted. 4 Female Vastry Cook at Dartou‘*Oy ster Saloon. 283, Congress St. apb.tf Wtinted. 4 Situation a*- Copy Tut, by a Lady who write* rap AlL idly and legibly. Address L., Portland. M* . aprBOcodSw* HOTELS. Splendid Pleasure Resort! | THE WHITE HOUSE, (fORMiRLT WILSON HOUBB.) J. If MILLKR,.rUUl’KIKTOR. Thi* popular Hotel ha* recently been pur chased by Mr Miller jot the Albion i and haa been thoroughly n titted, renovated and re [•■paired, and uunurou* • xcelleut alterations ,_yBuiad*-. if is locate*! ou the Saccarsppa road, about lour miles trom Portland, aflordiug a beautiful drive over a goou road, and Just about tar euough for pleasure. It has a fine large Dancing Ilalland good Bowling Alleys. In close proximity to the hou**> i* a warm and roomy Stable, containing twenty nice stalls. There is also a well sheltered Shed, 106 feet long, for hitching horses. The choicest Supper* will bo got up for sleighing and dancing partus, who will hud it greatly to their | pleasure and ad vantage to resort to the Whit* House. No effort will be spared for the entertainment of 1 ff»«*ta. decl»-dtf , THE AMERICA* 1101 M Hanover Street .... Botton, -ie The Largest and Beat Arranged Hotel IN N K W ENGLAND. LEWIS RICK, Proprietor. ocl6ly HALLOWELL HOUSE REO PEN E I) ! NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES! S.G. DENNIS, Proprietor. V9T“ The public are specially informed that the *t>ariou*. convenient and well known IIalluwill Roues. in the cent.r of Hallowell, tw o mile* from Augusts, and tour mi e* from Togus Spring, has been refurnished, and i* open for tie reception of company and permanent board* rs. Every attention will be given to the comfort of guest*. STABLING, and all the usual convenience* of a popular hotel, are amply provided iiallowel . Feb. 1 1864. mch25 eodtf CAPISIC POND HOUSE NOW OPEN, Thrrr Mile. fr.ua I'aarilnud. LEO. ff. Ml'RCII. apr!2dif BOUNTIES & PRIZE MONEY. tlOO Boa nty lor Soldiers wounded in Battle. WK are prepared to obtain a Bounty of flOO fcr soldiers discharged on account of wound* received. Bounty of $100 lor dier* discharged on account of ic unds receired in battle obtaned ( il pafiers on tile are correct) in three weeks time Special attention given to the collection of Brize Money, and claim* against Government. SWEAT & CLEAVES, CounaellorH ut Law, mchfj dtf No 117, Mid *le St., Mussey’s Row . PEARL S'E GARDEN-! Plants, Flowers, & Seeds. tlr». n. FRASER, f lorist, NO. 52 PEARL ST., Offer* for said a large assortment of Garden Roots, Herbaceous Plants, ^ Shrubbery and Flower Seeds, Of her own racing. Al*o Dnlalias cb Ilosos, SOME HUNDRED VARIETIES, Which can be pun-luted lower th«u at any other Darden in the Slate. Price ol Flower Seeds only three crnla |>er paper. ir< ut F loners, Ui»iaet»and Wreaths from April to November. iua>3d2» J. ». CHENEY'S MELODEON & ORGAN A Ian u i a c tor v, No. 1341-3 Middle Eirerf. MLLODEONS of all ni. • ut d *t> It * on hand and inauui ictiirtd ta oiu< r. 1 lie combined power and *woetne** of toot oi his K\t>.j.etoit Oruan, reuder it suitable for u ch reh or parlor, and the beat substitute lor ,i plpeorgan that can b©obtained. fh* following is one of the numtroti- testimonial* in hi* position From IV. K. Could, Cashier of I n't ernath nal Hank, Portland. .. Boktlami, May 23, lntiS F or many y« am i have bad im,unn ojioiiuih t!e*»o notice the many good points in the Melodton* madebv Mr.J. D. Cheney, of tnia city, and i« the result. 1 have urged m* friend* who were intending to purchase an instrument of this class, to procure oueot Mr Cheney. W. A.. GUI LD. HT The Combination Talc. is applied to all our Instruments Persona ordering by mail will get as good an Instrument as thojgh selected by them per sonally. No charge for Backing. Kkpairino and I UM.\u promptly areuded to Portland, May 3,1*64. maySdtwU • MISCELLANEOUS. A SPRING SUPPLY FASHIONABLE GOODS, -FOR COATS, PANTALOONS AND VESTS. obtained during the last week in New York and Boston, may be found at the store of WILLIM C. BECKETT, Merchant Tailor, NC , 137 Middle Btroet. Some of these Goods, which have been recently imported, differ much in color, feature and finish from the style* that have continued in vogue lor a year or two past, and are cousideied very elegant. Besides these and o her Goods,—comprying all the varieties for fashionable wear, at the same place may be found a good supply ol Standard G. rrann, French, and En^IGh Hrsadcloth* a> d !>««•. *kiu«. lor genteel suits: together with style* of Vewtinjfw selected with a \ iew to su t all tastes. Also. **xce:lent good* for Spring Overcoat*, Eng lish Walking Sacks Paletots, ami other Business Coats, with plates of the latest styles of Cutting and Finishing ry No 137 Middle Street.^! tkB i'^w PORTLAND RIDING AGAD£M Y. Now op *n fjr the Spring itnd Summer* Hoping a large number oi our citizens w ill avail themselves ottue gieat advantages now offered them fo* a thorough equestrian training the subscriber w ill.hold him-ell in readiness with his beautifully Trained Mud of lior*es, to wait upcn them at hi* School on 8outh direct, doddle IIorees for the read a* usual. J. W RUU1N6UN, proprietor. ap'Ulm V. S. 10-40 LOAN \ FIRST YVITOVYL BY\K -OF - PORTLAND, OESIOXATKO KEPOSITOICV -OF Til I UNITED STA I'ES. This Bank is prepared to receive’ subscription* for the new “TEX FORTY EOAX,” which i* dated March 1, 1 61, bearing interest at live per cent, a year, payable in coin. redeemable at the pleasure of the Government atter ten years, and payable in forty years from date. Interest on BouC* not over one huudrcd dollars payable annually, aud on a!: other Bonds semi annually. Bonds can be had in tUcs of #50. 9100, #500, #1000. WM, EDW. GOULD, mc!i31 dtf Cashier. lSRFEII IT tFkByT NO. 50 UNION 8TI1EET, Manotacturm aud Wholesale Dexleis in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Shoe Stock and Findings. Importer* of Serge*. LaMingft mid lings. And the ouly M inufacturers of KII) AND GOAT STOCK In the State, flaviug had large experience, and be ing Importer* aud manufacturers, enable* us to sell tbe same articles a* low as they can be bought in Boston. We have always taken especial pains to give our customer* RELIABLE GOODS, aud be lieve none have given belter *at in taction. Country dealers are invited to examine oar stock before pur chasing. Particular attention given to orders re ceived by mail. feblO dA wHm BAILEY AND NOYES, DEALERS IN p aper Hangings, WE purchase our Stock of Room Paper from the largest Manufacturing Kateblhhmf ids in the United .States; caroully silecting lrom their large stock*, tbe nkw pattlr>s oxly,—aud such as are adapted to this market. This year the s vies and designs are very beautiful, and we have a tine assortment, appropriate tor every style of roo"*. We invite those in want of ROOM PAPER to examine cur patterns, be'ore pdrehasing elsewhere. The> aro bought here lor cash, and we can afford to sell at a fair mica. BAILEY AND NOYES, liookaellera ami Stationer**, 50 X 58 Exchange Sireel. !>artlan«! N B Country dealt rs will find it to their advant age to give u * a call, if in waut of Boor Pa flu. inch*!' 2mdlc w NEW ORLEANS. S. D. MOODY &■. CO.j CommiMAion Merchant, 07 Tchoupi tonlss ot.. New Orleans. La. ttefcronc*»: Baker A Morrill, Boston: franklin Snow k Co., Boston; Wise * KiSAell, B '-tou ; C. Nickerson A Co., N. l Kirn A Co.,.St. Louis. Parties -%r at tent ion girentn Consignments (\f ressets, Lumber, Hay , Oats, #c. mch23 uSm FEUCHTWANGER & ZUNDER, NO, Ml MIDDLE MTBLET, (FOX BLOCK), Are- A*rrtiu in the Ki**l*l -with Division,, Brigades & Regiments! -OK NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS! F O K THE S P It I *.«. Ladies of Portland and vicinity are respectfully invited ti» call and see the many beautiful «t> lea oi Foreign and Domestic press Goods .1 1ST REl'EIV K I) : Also, the groat variety llon«r ■'iirtiioliiiac Gooils ! Such as Brown ami bleached Cotton Sheeting, and Shirting-. Table Linens. Drilling?, I icking*. Dcuiuu. Strijies, kc. Also just recch ing, the latent stvlca ot haudaouio Spring Balmoral Sltirtt; And the nio.t fa .hioimble SPKl\rO Sil.i WLS. A complete stock of CLOTUS AMI CAMSIMKRES, FOB BOVS’ AND MEN’S WEAK. CLOAKINGS! CLOAKINGS!! An elegant assortment. Wo art* just rmdv to tiiann* facturo to measure, at the shorted uotice, any ot tbo new and desirable Spring Clonks. \JT*rn nted to suit. IfiliCHTH AtViLU A /UNDLK, (FOX BLOCK), NO. MIDDI.K STHKET, PORTLAND. Maihk. 1*. S —Ladies need not a-»k L.r goods from Ike* wrecked steamship Bohemian, a> vre have uon« Luc •ound and fresh goods, which we warrant as such, aprltf Buck) for Sale. A Massachusetts tuilf, ’arge easy Top Buggy i# for sale at Dr. KlPhKl ’£» stable in Temple ap2u d& wtf -BUSINESS CARDS. BR.4DL.Er, MOULTON gt ROCERs7 ' WHOLES ALk DkALEaP IH Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Coramercial street, Th .raaa Block, ROBERT UR 1 LET,) o M MOULT* x, [ PORTLAND, ME A. O. ROOBBB. 1 W. W. CARR & CO., Hiving taken the Fruit Store formerly ooeupledb. O. SAWYER. fVo. 5 Exchange Street, i Are prepared to oITur to the trade a large and well oelooted stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit I Wholesale and Retail Oraaies Spruce Guiu, Lov.engri heinous. Canary Seed, Candle*. Lime*, Lemon Syrup, Haney, | Prunes, Cocoa Nut*. Figs. Citron, Nuts, all kind*. Dales, Ollree, Raisins, Tobacco, Sardine*, Cigar*. Fancy Candle* of all description. oct» dtf F. M. CARSLEY, CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER, No 51 Union Street, 18 prepare to do all kinds of CABINET JOB BING in a prompt and satisfactory manner. Book end Show Caeet made to order. I^^Furnlture Made. Repaired and Varnished at SHORT NOTICF.. Portland. May 29, lsta. tf IRA WINN, Agent, ISTo. 11 Union St., ] is prepared to ftaraiah _ sieam tfloiHJSS and BOILERS, of Tariou i:m ud pattern,, Steam Pipe mi Fiitun, Mill Cearii^ Skaftiaz. filkjt,h Lwht Houbb Work of all deecripti ms, and all j kinds of work required In building Foirvioatiovs. IronStairs and other Architectural Work. Houses, Stores, and other buildings, fitted with Gas and Steam in the best manner. I In connection with the above is an Iron Fonndry, 1 with a large assortment of Patterns, to which the j attention of Machiui-te, Millwrights,and Ship-Build ers is invited—and all kinds ot Castings furnished at short notice. W-ordert for Machine Jobbing, Patterns and | Forgings, promptly exconted. oaSdtf S K N « E R » S SEWING MACHINES! WOODMAN. TRUE * CO.. AOBNT8, i No». 64 MU 4(1.Middle Strut. Ifeodioeaad Trtraaln.ralwaye oahaad ncblstf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, DENTIST, No. 175 Muldl Street. k*raren. kb.Dr*. Bacon and Bbbblib Portland. May 26,1863. tf Dr. J. If. HEAI-D HAVING disposed of his enure interest la his Office to l>r. 8.C FERNALD. would cb<*rful!y ! reocommeud him to his former patients and the pub lic. L>r. P*cn a i.p, from long experience, is prepar ed to iniu rt A rUticial leeth on the" Vulcanite Base,” and ail other methods known to the profession. Portland. Mav 3ft 18831 tf JOHN F. SHERRY/ Hair Cutter and Wig TlaLor, No. 18 Market Square, Port 'net, (up *tatrs.) O^Beparatc room for Ladies' and Children's Uaii Cutting A good stock of Wigs. Half-Wigs, Bands, Braids. Curls, Frizetts, Pad*, Rolls, Crimpiug Boards, Ao. ! %«.. onnutsntlv on hand te0'88 dlv WOOD AND COAL CHEAP FOlt CASH ! $9.50. CHEAPjCOAL. $9.50 i PRIME LOT CHF. STSUT COAL $9.60 » TOS, I SPRING MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH, HEZILTON, I sugar loaf, old company if high, lo cust mountain. Johns. DIAMOND. WKB8 ! I KK ai «l BLACK HEATH. These Coal* arepf the j very bc*t quality, well screened and picked, and ! warranted to give satisfaction. Also tor sale best of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. OrvioK CoaKKaCiaL ST., head of Franklin Wharl. S. ItOT.NDa & SON • ftblCdly WtIUtCS'S IMPORTED FIRK AND WATKR-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION, Gravel Hoofing yon FLAT ROOFS. K. H KRSKY* Agent, Jtn26 dtf No. 16 Union Street. ALBERT WEBB * CO. - DI1LIU I» Corn, Flour and Grain, UKAl) or MOUULI/8 W1U1V. ( .KaMir.I.I Sir..!, - - H.rila.J. M>. I.t*tr Colley, Burnham & Co., Cabinet Hikers uiul Upholsterers, 308, Cozureaa Street, Vlifc. prepared to do all kind* of Cabinet and Up holstery work, at the shortest notice. All kind* of FnruUure, Lounges A DliiarcKtM —constantly on hand X. B. The public arc invited to call and examine. »r ’h4 dlf HOOTS MD SHOES ! i H. W. LOTIIltor. «S .Middle Street. j | Where c»u ba found a large assortment oi spall Ladies’, Aliases’, Bovs’ aud Youth f ^Hl'a»h onabl- HOOTS. SUUKS and HI H HH HS o| the beat manufacture aud at rea •onable price*. Boot* and Phokm made to measure from the best French and American *toek »nd on the la»est style Jants. WM. W. LOTHROI*. utuh22 d2m JOHN F. ANDERSON. Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COli.MAN III.OCK, ■mhlTdltwtr Tkxi’ie'Sthkilt Neojtc*Ji CfHIVIlM, — von oa l a py I JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Until, Me. | BOLTS Superior Lleaohed I 300 do All Long flax “Gov- ****** uraujut oou’.rict,” £A>do Lxtra All Long flax ^roroatii. 300 do Navy Fine OadverediB Portland or Booton Bath, April JO, lMd apMdtf MISCELLANEOUS. ELEGANT CLOAKS -AT POPULAR PRICES! LEACH & ROBINSON, *4 MLDDLE STREET, Wish to ann^UDc# to their friend* and the Ladies of l’ortlaud and vicinity,that i hey have o; ened the *e oi»d • •or* over >h« ir store for the exciusive manufacture and pale of CLOAKS, CAPES. ' -AND MANTILLAS! We have Juft recehed Elegant Cloth Gaiments, From the ce’.cbraUi lLu<e« of 6.U BED til, i C. c. CiKi A CO., Canal nt , New York, * which together with onr own man a'actor**, will dts play the choicest cougrcas of CLOAK MERCHANDISE ever tffere I in Ualnc, which will be »old at tbo Lowest Possible Prices FOR Country Dealers nil) tint] a Choice a>»ortment of Lad it*’ UarmantM, Clolhw, SUlM, TlHfiD, Billion*, un«l ORNAMENTS, • . ! This department of our busiue** will L<* conducted with -pedal reference to tLe want« of the U-OHEST lil VEHS All lb*- popular style* will appear early and will be exhibited in FINE, MEDIUM — AUD — Low Cost Fabrics. With *ui>erior farilith *tor manufacturing. utvfcope to merit the continued patronage of our friend*. LEAC'II A ROBINSON. aprUdlm SPRING & SUMMER OPENING! 1. D. REEVES, TAILOR & DRAPER, NO. 98 EXCHANGE STREET, lias ju*t returned from Boston and New York with a RICH ANI) 1'ASHIONABI.K ASSORTMENT OP Cloths, Cassimcrcs and Vestings. Of every variety and style, (including many of tb* iuo*t uuhjut? pattern* of the ?ca*pn.f which L pur chased for rath, and cou^ueutly can give an ele gant “fit oct” at the LOW EST CASH PRICES ! He iAvitee his old Irked* and customers, aud the public geneiaily, to call and amine his slock. llaviug enlarged hi* store by th? removal of hb work-room above, he ha* accommodation* more rx tensive for the display of his goods. April 8, 1864. dtt j. w. miii Purchaser lor Kastrrfi Aiconnt OF LUta, ii K.tlN, SEEDS. fKUVISIl'MS, LA HD BUTTER and WESTERN PauulCIC generally. Particular attention given to shipping by ;uicke* and cheapest route* No. 152 SOL TU WATER 8T P.O.Box 471. riiU-ai;o, HliiioK. Knrxairwcx*—Mesur* Mavnard A Sons: II k W C bickering; V. H. Cummings a Co.; S. u Bowdleai k Co.; Charles A. Stone. Hallett, Davis k Vo., o; Boston, Mass. Cashier Elliot Itauk. Boston. J.N Bacon, E1M4., ITesidcut Newton Hank, Newton. C. B Coihn ; Warren Elli* a Boos. New York City Jy9 ’63 dly Coal and Wood! —AT TRF LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH, DBLlYKr.KD TV AST PART Vt TUB CITt AT SJJORT SVTtCB. Our Coal I, of the very BK.S1 quality, end war ranted to five naliefaetion. -ALSO, FOB SALK All Kind, of Hard and Soil Wood The Public are invited to give a* a call, aa wa an bound to give satisfaction to all who favor us witl their custom. OFFICE NO. 49 COMMERCIAL STREET RANDALL A McALLISTER aartO ly +_ M. PEARSON, Silver Plater, AND MAKCrACTURbU OF SILVER WARE, 238 Conferees 8t.,Opp Coart Uou*e Port laud. Me ty-All kind* of WARE. *uch a* knives, fork* Spoon*, Cake Haakete, Caetore, Ac . p ated in th* beet manucr. A!*o, RE FAIR I SO and RR-FIXISNJXC, Ok Silver Wart*. jaulS* d^tn TO SHIP Bl ll.DERS. P. S. «& J. B. Ill)CKINS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.and wholesale and retail dealer* in Smr Timuicr Am> I uh Have for sale at their Wharf, t'antkal SmI'aHi Kt«T tioSToK. 260.(Jb0 U **t <IU i IPak Treenail* 2,000 Hackmatack Knee*, planed. Akao Wbitr Oik Flawk aud fiMBKU.CukHTM r Uoaiu h and I'Uki Wmm Finx, Drck-Flahk. Ac Particular at tention paid to Fu<ui*hing Oia Flank by the Fargo me 1.2* dim To .Huiiitliirnii-er», Mii|» Builder*. AND person* de*in»a* of Real R*tate InveetiLcnt*, th< following prof ert) i* offered at good bargain*. 20 IIou*o* at pric* * from #16;0 to #5»*M>. 100 H<,«4e Lot* at price* from 9000 to 9000*) 2000 Feet of water front suitable for wharve* Shi| yard*, Manufacturing Site*, fronting de<p water Willi tine spring of water > dace lit thereto and > portiou of it adjoining the l»ran i Trunk Rail Road, from which freight may bo dept* ited on t li.jpreraises inch IT am MORES liuL'LD. 74 Middle St TO MERCHANTS. rpUE undersigned having greatly increased then X facilities lor maunfactuiing BOOTS AND Si I OKS, and having large experience in font orauch, would call the attention of the trade to the same. Wi *hatl in future be much better able to *upply the de mand* of the trade then heretofore, and are eoni dent that in the quality, both ot our rtock and work we can give «ati*factio’ii. a* we manufactureexpn * ly tor the retail trade. 1 ho*e buying tor c»*h *1 tind it to their advantage tolook at our *t» ck. w 1 icl con*I*?* in part of RUItRRRS, SOIFand II'A.1 L*ATHRR, FREXCH and AMERICANS r il l French Kip, Lrnuder and Jadof Calf , Hon* and Kid St**'k. Serge* and IFeh*, /toot and Shoe Nackim*r% and Findings t\f alt ktnd». Mr. Kdmi'nu l.ihHY. late cf the firm of Memr* Cb.t-* .1 Walker 4 Co . ha* usociihu him--T wi I u*. and reiving on hi** many year* e ,p« rii ooe it raanufacturing.we areeouddent in making the abov< statement* 1YLKR A LAMB Portland. Feb. 1. 1S«»4. feb0 dim. lYollft*. W1IFRF.AS l-iaac A. Davi*. n toy that haw been living with mo *iuee he wa» an infant, hai* left my house the tifih day of tltia month, thl* i* to notify all person* that I *hall rav no deb * ot hi* con tracting after thl* date. CALVIN F I>AVI8. North Yarmouth, April 18,1884. apl» d8w# CITY NOTICES. CITY OP PORTLAND. TUK *l»tiw»y, fee.. viU PM*1«0 A. toe.td proposal* for fanuahiac lia ttiiriwr d tona A8ealda.tdpaviugstoi.es uu-jug the mouth* of .May June aud iuiy-.qaal quantities each mouth Ttie parties proposing will please tate what portion ofaaid -toaeo-r )*** than the whole naowi.u-ih*w will furmsh aj above Proposes w.il be received umll *uue id, 1864 The committee re* erv* the to reject auy or all proposal* not dt< med tor thole* tureat ot the city. Ter order. M J £ DONNELL. Chairm—. April 13th, 1364. epJO dhvttf CITY OF PORTLAHD AVIIEKEaU au Order paarcd the City Couacil » ▼ M») 8l 1*94 to iae <»at a new Street or Two* —Lfe *J»*y.-beginoing at the somtherip aue'T Caoal strert. aud comliiumg oa the Mae of I or* land Hr dge to low wafer mark, "to be a widow* log of Portland Bridge,’■—aud whereas said nfdw was referred by the City Council, Mar 9, 1864. to the uuderslgued, Cr them to c nsider and act apca. therelore. ber»>-y flven to *11 port In l»t*r*rt*4. that the Joint atatuilug Committee ol the City i owa eil onlayiugout new streeta, will meet to hear the partiea and i itw the propped w«y oa the ISth day of Ma.. 18 >4. at l.i-t o’clock lu the afterwoo*, at the iue of Canal street aud Portland Bridge, and will then ard there proceed to determine and adjudge whether tue j unite convenience r* quires tatd street or way to be la d out. Gi.eu under our hands oa this Id day of May. A. D. 1*64. JACOB McLELLAJf, STEVENS SMITH, «« WM. II. STEWART. tommlii— oa JN.. I. sMjwmas, JMlmJ °** CYBLSK. LADD. *•* *“••••■ Wm b ttOlILK. Portland, May 6. 18t4. did C ITY OF PORTLAND. WHEREAS, an ord r parsed the CRv Council V . 1864. to lay cut a continuation at \t a-hiugton St »et from it* preseat terminus over the location of Ttrkey s Bridie to low water mark, «nd whereas sad order wan referred by the City Council. May2, In64. to the undesigned, krtkuu t<> co. alder ai d act upon, therefore. Notice is be-ehy giveu to a!l parties interested,that The Joint Standing Committee of the City Cowaall on laying out new stree a, will meet to hear the par ties ami view tbe pro. used way on the 19th aay of May, 1861. at 6 <*' o’clock la the afternoon, at the terminus of Washington Street, and will thaa and there proceed to dot* rniic* and adjudge whether the public convenience requires said atro* t or way to he laid Out Given under our hinds on this 9d day of May, A. 1>. 1M4. J AtUn Jn» I r.I.I.A> , STEVENS SMITH. I„ Ui WM. ll STKWAkT. Cow»Hlw> o» .iso d snowman, OVKl H K. LADI). N»w MIMM. *«. J. SOCLE, Portland Mar 6, 1*64 did CITY OF PORTLAND. \YrnEKFA8 an order passed the City Council y f May 2*1. 1*64. to lay oat and catena Dantorth * Street f om it* present terminus over tl* location of Vaughn's Bridge, *outheily. to low wafer mark, aud whereas said order was referred by the City Council. Hit 2d, 364, to the undersigned, :or them to consider and act upon, therefore. Noti e is hereby given »o all partks Interested, that the Joint Standing Committee of the City Coun cil on laying out new street*, will meet to hear the parlies and new the proposal wny on the 12th day of May. 1964. at 3.SD o'clock in the afteruoou. nt the «o*therly terminus of Daufonh btreet. and will then aud tin re proceed to determine and adjudge whether the public convenience require* said street or w.y to be laid oat. Giveu under oar hand* on this 3d day of May, A. D 1*A JACOB Mt I.F.LLAX, i bTaVENS »M I * H. | ____ WM 11. 8TEW » KT. I JNU. D. SNOWMAN. JUSSIS f. K.LADI) *•» S*1*** WM ti. MOULD, Portland, Mav 5.1*64. dtd CITY OF PORTLAND. \\rRhREaK, an order passed the City Council, y v May 2d. 1*64. to lay oat and extend Greoa Street frnu it- present terminus over Dealing’s Bridge to the northwesterly hue of the City of Eort xnd. and whereas .aid order wa« referr d by th« nty Council. May 2d. IMJ4. to the undersigned, for ih« in to consider and act upon, therefore. Notice is he cby given to all par le*int> rested, that the Joint Standing Committee of the City daadl. ou laying out new striftf*, a til meet to hear the pn» i»e* and view the prop «e<f Bff on the 12th dag of day. 19 4. at 4 A) o'clock in the afternoon, at the terminus of Green btreet. and will then and there intermit?? and a’jndg* whether the pub lic couvenieuce re^u r • said street or way le be laid oat. Given under owr hand* on this 3d day of May, A. D. 1364. JACOB Mr LET. LAM, 1 STEVENS SMITH, ^ WM II aTFWAMT, JNO D BNOWJIAK, JfJmi125! C. K. I Al)l>. *'W 8W**U WM (i SOCLE. F.>rtJ»nd. Mtv 5 It** dU CITY OF PORTLAND. In Boabd or Mayoe and Almimk>, i May S, 1U4. I ON the petition of C A. Donnell. for perm Maine to event aud use a Stationary r team Engine la (t"» build ng No. 119 Eure Street. Ordered, That Mondav the sixteenth day af May =n*t , at 7j o'clock, f*. tl . at the Aldermen's room. "*e assigned a* tho time aud place far the coaaidera ion of said petition : and that said petitioner give lotiee thereof by publishing this order in one or the laily paper* of the city tour time*, the fret pabUen ion to be at least fourteen days beforehand, that aM I mav appear aud be beard thereon. Attest: J. M HEATH. City Clerk. Copy. Atteet: J. M. HEATH. City Clerk. may4 did Ordinance? Against Dt|B. City or Poetlasp M xecbal’b Orrtca, I May 2d. 1964. I Section 1—No dog shall bepermittei to go at are* or l.wwe iu any **rect sue, ai ey, c nrt e* trae •led wav. or in any m.iario**d rr public |»l*oetnthla ;itv. until the ewt.t r or kteper of *noh dog. or the toad o the family, or the kt«per of the bouee store, hop. office, or oihrr pl*re where such dog la k« pi harbored. ahall have paid the City Marshal two foliar* lor a lice** icr ►ucti dog to go at lacxe. sue. 7 —In case any dbg shall be found-looee or goirgat large, contrary to any tf the f» tv going uroildon. *be owner or keeper thereof or the head »f the family or keeper of t* e boo**, •♦©re. < See. or • ther p ace where sorb dog is kept or bai bored.shall orteif and pay a nun not exceeding t* n dotta *. ui <">d‘2ni Jons b. UEALD, City Marshal. ro i tin holders and victaal+is* VN adjourn d routing of the Lice*using Board of the City of Portland a*til be held at tbo Al • vraaeu't Room oi Monday, the aiatesnth day st May ins* . at three o'clock m the af • moon, to coa dder any application* that may be made lor Ian* to'derscr Vjctualin** Licence* tor the current Tear. As this will be ih* last meeting of the Beard for this year all peraoua interested will govern thorn ♦elves accordingly. Per order. J. M Li LA r d, City r«d Portland. May 3. 1*04. may4 dtd 1 .- " ■ SAWYER* NEW FRUIT STORE, No iil, Kxcliango St Oranges, Lcrooc*, Figs, Pranea. Citron, Cnrreat*, gardiu**, Pickles. I fppersaoce, Metebnp, John bull banco, lainari».d*, l»auva Jeltoy, ( ur n ut Jelley. ha*te» r j J t-llcy, > ata of ail kinds. PI-iu and Farcy Con teeth n try. of every description Fancy Toilet hoeps. Plain and Fan cy Pipe**, bucking and Che a log * oba* co. Iroreigaand Do motto Cigar#. IN CANS P.a-hoi, Tomatoes. Bt raw bar "ies, KH»twrri«i. Ao, The above goods will be told aa low as aaa bo *>oaght in the cicy. Wholsalc or retail. aprSlkwd GREEN HOUSE AND BEDDING OITT PLANTS IK. spcctfully inform the public that I have on hand a Urge assort went of Green Ueuso and iedding-out plant*, lor bpnng sale, of superior inality, vir: Vbruknas. Damlii*, PtiAKto*i i'ns, Pa\«ks and Kcak* Also, a Mae collection »f An xk 1‘Lkkia. Ac . he , he. A selection may always be found at Bandall 4 MTi ilwey V Market bquare. 1 rdera left therv will &** prompt I v attendeo fo AL1KKI PIRvtANGRR, Florist Corner of North and Montreal Ftresta. Portland. Mr. apfdttf MASON & HAMLIN Are the best Instruments of their class In the Murid Nearly all the mostprommea artists In ti e c< untry tat <• gives w ritteu testimony to this effect, and these nstruineuU are iu co».*raut n*» la th* concerts of he most d stiffguished artist*—as Gottacha'k and •thvi*-as well as n tneo erasintho pKec pai ett l*« vhtaev*t » »ch in* rum-n'* are ro»ju r#d. Price 4 5 -o S 00 etch. These iast'Um'-a** may ro tou«d it the Mus e dooms of the subscriber. Where They will he sold at the manufacturer** prices. n. *. ROW ARDS, So U») jt.wtrt'i Block. CoairM It. •prllStt

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