Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, May 23, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated May 23, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, j VOLUME III. PORTLAND, ME., MONDAY MORNING. MAY 23, 1864. WHOLE NO. 686. I PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN, Editor, U published at No. 82* EXCHANGE STREET, by N. A. FOSTER At CO. Th« Poetlawd Daily Pens is published at 97.00 por year; if paid strictly in advanoe. a discount of •1.90 will be made. Single copies three oents. Tbs Maine State Press Is published every Thurs day morning,at $2.00 per annum, in advanoe; 92.26 If paid within six months; and 92.60, if payment be delayed beyond the year. Kates of Advertising: One inch ofspaoe in length of column, constitutes a “SyUARK." 91.60 per square daily first week; 75 oents per week after; three insertions or less, 91.00; continuing eve ry other day after first week, 60 cents. Half square, three insertions or loss, 76 eenU; one week, 91.00; 60 oents per week after. Under head of Aeussmknte, 92.00 per square per week; three insertions or loss, 91,60. flFBoiAL Notion, 91.76 por square first week, 91.00 per square after; three insertions or less, 91.26; half a square, three insertions, 91.00; one week. •1.26. Advertisements inserted in the 11 ▲ inn State Pebss (which has a large circulation In every part of the 8tate) for 60 oents per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Legal Notion at usual rates. Transient advertisements must be paid for In ad ranoe Busin ns Notion, In reading columns, 12 oents par line for one Insertion. No oharge less than fifty oents for each insertion. gy All communications intended for the paper •honld he directed to the “ Editor of the Prest, and thoeeof a business character to the Pubnskert. By Job Printing of every description executed with dispatch. F. Tracy, Traveling Agent, COMMUNICATIONS. From an Occasional Correspondent. Richmond, May Xu, 1804. To Ike Editor of the Ports. You will oolice iu the Advertiser of May 14tli, a communication from this town which needs overhauling, iso far as the business of the place is concerned, the writer is very cor rect, hut other matters are altogether out of “square.” Aud first, his popular Advertiser. Bui perhaps the writer had reference to its popularity in Richmond, Virginia, for I am iolormed by tlie Post Master that there are thirty weekly Advertisers sent to this Office, about one-balf of which are nottakeu from tlie Office, a bushel basket full at the end of each quarter having to be tied up aud laid on the shelf. There are thirty-six copies of the weekly Press distributed at the Office, gen erally within two hours after the mail is open ed, so eager are our citizens lor a good loyal paper. And, by the way, Mr. Editor, I think your list of subscribers might be doubled beie if an Agent for the Press would drop down among us, as you have never had an Agent here. Now as for our Public Houses. We have the “ Fountain House,” a “ quiet, orderly” and long-established house, kept by Harrison Springer, Esq., who spreads before his patrons all the luxuries the market affords, hut who is no friend to that article so essential to the happiness of editors of many copperhead pa pers, viz, “ Medford The proprietor of the Richmond House, recently indicted aud fined for openly violating the laws of our State, not liking the “ style, cioeed the concern, aud all well wishers to tlie good of the community say “ amen.” Our selectmen iu their efforts to stop up the rum holes, were backed by a very large petition, embracing our best citizens, who are determined hereafter that the “ critter” shall take the defensive. This same board of selectmen we have elected Cor years, ee to-tl h. fce..Ulng ttlewinrr in the Advertiser speaks of the new hoard.— This year they were elected by an average majority of fllteen. We have generally given them a much larger majority, but it being a foregone conclusion that they would be elect ed, the “ abolitionists'' were a little backward in coming out. But we will inform the writer that we intend to elect just such men town officers as will look to the welfare of the town in respect to rum-drinking aud gambling, wine-bibbers and rum-sympathizers to the contrary notwithstanding. W. Alcoholic Stimulant* in Fevers. To the Editor of tke Press. Under the head “Original and Selected”! noticed, a few days ago, iu the Press, a state ment that a spirited discussion was going on In England, with reference to alcoholic stimu lants m fevers, Ac. If such a discussion had arisen in this country, where men often re ceive tlie title of M. I). with but a very super ficial knowledge of the sciences on which the healing art is lounded, I should not have been surprised at it, but that the faculty in England where every one is required to learn his trade before being allowed to practice it, should have falleu into so unscientific a practice as to elicit such a discussion surprises me beyond measure. The use of alcohol iu fevers is about as ra tional a practice as it would be to endeavor to put out a fire by tbrowiug pitch upon it, as 1 will attempt to show. The living animal organism la in a perpetu al slate of decay and renovatiou. The waste is supplied in the food, while the product of decay is consumed in the system, by combin ing with oxygen, aud is eliminated by ex piration, perspiration, Ac., as caibonic acid gas. vvuen, irom inaction or imperiect acnou o any ol the excretory organs an undue accu mulation of waste matter occurs in the sys tem, nature makes an effort to remove it, and this effort, or rather the excitement incident to this effort, is what we call lever. A fever therefore is a manifestation cf the recupera tive energies of nature. This waste matter is carbon, and requires oxygen to consume it. Alcohol is carbon, and more readily combines with oxygen than does this matter; the product of decay, which Is designed by nature to be consumed in the sys tem, and sustain the animal beat. The quantity oHixygen that can he taken into the system is limited, and if there is more carbou than can combine with that quantity, tile energies of nature become exhausted,and organic disease and death are the inevitable results. Hence the lamentable mortality Which follows in the wake of those physicians who have adopted the alcoholic practice, to the exclusion ol all, or nearly all therapeuti cal agents. M Kimes. The New President ol Columbiu College. Dr. Barnard was yesterday elected by the Trustees of Columbia College President of that institution, to surcerd Dr. King, who has resigned the place. Dr. Barnard is au Kpisco pal clergyman, whose high personal character and large scientific attainments are a pledge that be will discharge the duties of his new office faithfully and ably. He is a native of {Sheffield, in Massachusetts, and one of the northern men who at the begiuniug of the present war, found themselves settled in the' rebel States. He was then President of the Mississippi University, aud such was the high opinion of his abilities entertained by Jeffer son Davis, that he offered to create a Depart ment of Ordnance for him and place him at the head of it—a proposal which, of course, was rejected. He was refused a pass to return to the North, and after enduring much sutler log, only found his release by happening to lie at Norfolk when that place fell into our bauds. Columbia College has honored science and loyalty in the choice of Dr. Barnard.—|N. Y. Post. Navigation Taught — BT — T. 13. PARSONS, — AT — No. 12, Deer Street, Portland. GENTLEMEN desirous of instruction ia Practi cal Navigation will Hnd an experienced teach er. He is the only experienced 8hip Matter in the State, who teaches Navigation, and is especially ap pointed to qualify Ensigns and Mate* for the U. 8. mcU34#od8m Important Testimony. Col. Lehmanow ski gives his testimony, supported by his ex ample and its results, in favor of the advan tages of total-abstinence. Ue says: “You see before you a man seventy-nine years old. I have fought two hundred bat tles. 1 have fourteen wounds, and have oflen lived on horse flesh and the bark of trees. In the deserts of Egypt 1 have marched for days, with a burning sun on my naked bead, and thirst so tormenting that I have sucked blood from my own veins! Do you ask how I sur vive ? Next to God, I owe ray health and vigor to the fact that I never drank a drop of spiritons liquor in my life.” FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY Great & Unreserved Sale —OF— HOOP SklRTS! -AND FANCY GOODS! Fitzgerald & Hodsdon, 166 Middle St., Portland, Me. AFTER thirteen yearn of experience in the whole sale an 1 retail Fancy Good* tra u*. we a*o satis tied (and consult no others) that the best policy "Is quick returns and light profits.” Acting on the the above policy, we now offer our whole and entire stock, (with a lew exceptions) at a great reduction from our former prices. READ! READ ! READ! READ! “The Peerless,” Forget it Not I 20 Hoops, clasped on every Spring, .75 35 *• “ " " 1.25 40 " “ " “ LSI Old Fosies, Quote Four Prices! 4iThe Morning Star!” 16 Hoop*, *even taps* clasped and slued, .68 20 “ •• ■’ “ -• .88 85 «• •• •• •• .. ixo .. “ 1.20 JOB LOT LADIKS’ Heavy Wire Skirts, 45 cts. each. Hosiery, Gloves, And Sun Umbrellas! i.aain' motion Hose, from 16 to 45 ct*. Children’s/1 11 “ 13 to 31 ct*. • Or LOVE S X LADIES, the Bett Assortment in Portland frtm IS cents to 81 00. SUE UMBRELLA8-OU Boiled Silks, from 81,88 to 82,00. i _ Yankee Hotions at onr usual low prices CORSETS, CORSETS! Warraitid Wualkhohk, Omly 8100. L A i>ihr, call and see us! we hare not failed, clear ed out, or sold out; but will be found at our old stand, No. 166 Middle street. Dahlia 8kirt and Faucy Goods store, where we, a* heretofore, continue to manufacture oqt justly celebrated skirt, to which thousand! of ladies in Portland and vicinity can testify. FiTZoauALD & Hoohdov, Dahlia Skirta and Fancy Goodi. No. 163 Middle street Portland, Me. i N.B. Corsets and 8kirts made to order. inaybdlm A G-reat Success ! Unparalled in the History of Sewing Machines. T H K SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINES Never fail to satisfy those who give them a thorough trial, aud wherever introduced are rapidlysu]»crced ing all others They use ttr.. threads with a straight needle and shuttle, mazing the Lock Stitch, winch is alike on both sides, axid for ecauomy, durability, elasticity aud beauty, is the only stitch worthy o use. They are nropelled by Cams, which produce better timed motions for sowing than can < oesibly be obtained bv crauks ar links. They work like a "thing of life,” the needle throwing out its loop, and then standing still until the shuttle passes through, when both draw upon the threads together, making the stitch tight and strong. The are capable of running at very high speed, being smoothly finished, and malt ing livo stitches to every revolution of the balance wheat, a speed unequalled by any other shuttle ma chine in use For these reasons the “WitJCD’’ is acknowledged wherever known, to be the bust Machine made, and is unequalled in its simplicity of construction (being composed of about thirty pieces, which is less than half the number In most sewing machines) Tower, Durability, Jbjue of Management, aud the great beauty aud certainty of its operation. Every Machine is Warranted. All order, or communication, from Familiei.'Tail or«. Seamstresses. Clothier,, Unmet, Maker,, fco., iuMlie country, will receive prompt attention C.w. Robinson A Co., Agent, lor the aale of thi, Machine lu Portland. Aorjrrs Wanted in every locality. Addroaa, Warren Sparrow, General Agent for thi. State, Portland, Me maylOdlw Great News! Important News! IvT. Bradt <S& Go., No. 36 Market Sqnnic, HAVE lately arrived in Portland, and ar, now realy to exhibit to tb, citizens oi tbia city and surrounding towns, tbeir entirely new aud elexaut ,tock of Q-« h Fixtures, Of the very latest styles, consisting of Parlor aud Sitting Room Chandeliers, Dining Room and Hall Light*, Store Pendcnta, Hracketa, Portables, Ac. Also a very line aaeortment of Kerosen a Lamp, Gas aud Lamp Sbadea. of the latest imp rovemuts’ Globes, t-'blmueys, and all sort, of Gas Fittings’ Lamp and and Lantern Trimming. Als > on band Shaw's Patent Oa, Cook inn Apparatua, or all kinds. They will sell all of the above gooda at tbe very lowest Boston and Now Y«rk price bob oabh Particular attention will be paid to Gab Fittibo, Kzpaibino. Bronzino and Gilding ofChandeliers, Lamps, and IIronze Ornaments rf ail desciptlor,. 1 "*“* *erf highest style of tboart, and wil, warrant all their work t0 be perfect. C4LV. AN" a«K Leave your orders for F2t,i0* or Ropairiogat tbo atore. M. Bit a or, .. \cHITBiKV Portland, May 10, IBM. U Va/iOdt* CLOTHING. ANOTHER VICTORY! THE GOOD TIME HIS COME! THE good time coming has come at lest, and we are now prepared to offer to the citizens of this city and the country, the largest and finest selected stock of Faslilona'ble BEADY-MADE CLOTHING EVER OFFERED IN THIS STATE. Old Fogy System Cone Away W ith! And we have established A Hew Order oi Things ! By selling our goods at a SMALL PROFIT, AndiSelling Large Quantities, lustead of piling them on the shelves to be sho| worn, wailing to make 100 percent. We have our goods made expressly for us, be ing connected with a large Manufacturing Establishment in Boston, And our chief aim is to produce the very latest and Moat Fashionable Styles, As well as the most tasteful and duraiile. We are receiving mew oooDa daily. No shop wot n goods remain ou our hands, but ever) thing ts fn.HU and new. 1 he attention of the public is particularly called to our NEW ESTABLISHMENT. Where can be found ail the choices styles and finest goods lrom both the Old World and the New. F.B.TOPPAlXkCO., 124 Middle St. Portland, May 20, 1864. may20dodlm SPRING & SUMMER OPENING! A. D. REEVES, TAILOR & DRAPER, NO. 98 EXCHANGE STREET, Hu just returned from Boston and New York with a RICH AND FASHIONABLE AaaoBTVzaT or Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Of every variety and style, (including many of the most unique patterns of the season.) which he pur chased for ca»h, and consequently can give an ele gant "fit out" at the LOWEST CASH PRICES ! He invites his old triends and customers, and the public generally, to call and examine his stock. Having enlarged his store by the removal of his work-room above, ho has accommodations more ex tensive for the display of his goods. ^ April 8, 1864. dtf spring At Nti m ill IT SlIH'K FASHIONABLE GOODS, -roa COATS, PANTALOONS AND VESTS. Purchased from the beat assortments, for cash, in New York, and Boston, may be foutd at the store of WILLIAM C.BECKETT merchant Tailor, NO. 137 Middle Street. Borne of these Goods, which have boon recently imported, differ much in color, texture and finish from the stylos that hare continued in vogu£ for a year or two past, and are considered very elegant. Besides these and other Goods,—comprising all the varieties for fashionable wear, at the same place may be found a good supply of Standard Gt rmna, French, aud Kaglisb Broadcloth* ai d Doe skiaa, for genteel suits; together with styles of VeaSiasga selected with a view to suit all tastes. All the new styles for Gentlemen's wear, whether for Press Huits or a Business Outfits received in their seasons, together with plates of the latest styles of Cutting and Finishing CSP“The best trimmings always on hand, or No. 137 Middle Street. JB maylldtiw REMOVAL. JOSIAH BURLEIGH HAS REMOVED TO NEW STORE, EVANS’ BLOC K, Nos. 141 & 143 Middle Street. I JOSIAH BURLEIGHj Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Clothing,Cloths, Tailors’ Trimmings, -AMD GENTLEMENS FURNISHING GOODS, Nos. 141 & 143 middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Agont for Grover A Baker's celebrated Sewing- MaeliineN, No*. 141 & 143 Middle Street. NATHAN GOOLD Will say to his friends that he may be found at Bur* leigh's.No. 141 k 143 Middle street, where he will be pleaded to wait upon his former customers. Portland, March 24.1864. dtf WANTS, LOST,FOUND Board. SUITS or Koom,. with Board, oan be obtained by applying Immediately at %> Dautorth utieel. May 11th. mayUdtf Wanted Immediately. A GOOD imart Boy about IB or 17 yearn of ago, by BKOOKS * PUINNKY. Corner pine and Bracket i*t». Portland. May 12.1864. may 12tf REWARD I Will pay Fifty Dollars reward to any person who will give information leading to the recov ery of the property stolen from the Stable of Cant. J. B. Coyle, iu Wcstbroolqpou the night of the22d inst. 1 will also pay Fifty Dol ars to any person giv ing such information as will lead to the delation of the thief or thieves. JOHN S 11KALD. . . . City Marshal. Portland, April 80,1864. aprSUdtf Wanted. A Female Pastry Cook at Dartou’sOyster Saloon. 233, Congress St. aplGtf Notice. THE Stcckholders of the Portland Steam Packet Company ire herebt notified, that their aunual meeting for the choice of officer, and transaction ol other business that may legally come before them, will be held on Wednesday, the 8th day of June, 1861, at 3 o'c’ock P. M. at office of Company, on At lantic Wharf. \VM KIMBALL.Clerk. Portland, May 12, 1864. mayl2dtoJuui8 MISCELLANEOUS. 1 13. S. A0-4tt iOAll FIRST NATIONAL HANK -09 IPORTLAJNm, DESIGNATED REPOSITORY -O* THE UNITED STATES. This Bank is prepared to receive*; subscriptions for the new “TEN FORTY LOAN,” which is dated March 1,1*44, bearing interest at five per cent, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN. redeemable at the pleasure of the Government after ten years, and payable in forty years from date. Interest on Bonds not over one hundred dollars payable annually, and on all other Bonds semi* annually. Bonds can be had in rizes of $50, 9100, $500, 9)000. WM, EDW. GOULD, mch31 dtf Cashier. BAILEY AND NOYES, DEALERS IN PAPERIUNGINGS, WE purchase our Stock of Room Paper from the largest Manufacturing Establishments in the United Mates; care lull) selecting irom their large stocks, the nkw pattern* only,—and such as are adapted to this market. This year the styles aud designs are very beautiful, and we have a tine assortment, appropriate for every style of room. We invite those in want of ROOM PAPKR to examine our patterns, before purchasing elsewhere. They are bought here lor cash, aud we can afford to Mil at a raik i*aicb. BAILEY AND NOYES, I3ookaellers and Stationers, 66 iL 66 Exchange Vlrsel, Portland N B Country dealers will find it to their ad rant* age to give ux a call, if in want of Room Paper. mch26 2md& w Jf K W OR LEA » H . S. D. MOODY Sr. CO., OoinmiRHion Merchant, 07 Tchoupl toul as at.. New Orleans, La. References: Baker 6 Morrill, Boston: Franklin Snow h Co., Boston; Wise % Rus«ell, Boston ; C. Nickerson 6 Co., N. Y.; Rich6 Co., St. Louis. KWm Particular at tent ion given to Consignment s of vestele. Lumber, Hay , Oatt, fc. mcb23 u3rn FEUCHTWANGER& ZUTOERi NO, 81 MUDDLE STREET, (FOX BLOCK), Are Again in the Field -with Divisions, Brigades A Regiments! - — - NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS! FOR THE SFRIN,’G. Ladies of Portland and vtoinity are respectfully invited to call and see the many beautiful styles ol Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods JIST RECEIVED! ▲Iso, the great variety House Furnishing Goods ! Such as Brown and Bleached Cotton Sheetings and Shirtings, Table Linens,Drillings, Tickings, Denims, Stripes, kc. Also just receiving, the latest styles ol handsome Spring Balmoral Slclrts And the most fashionable STRIKO SJiA WLS. A complete stock of CLOTHS AND CASSIXEBE9, FOB BOYS’ AND MEN’S VYKAK. CL0AXING3! CLOAXINGS! ! An elegant assortment. W e are just ready to manu facture to measure. at the shortest notice, any of the new anti desirable Spring Cloak,. Warranted to suit. FEUCUTWANGEH * ZUNDER, (FOX BLOCK), NO. 81 MIDDLK STREET. FOUTLAND, Rama. F. 8.—Ladies need not ask for goods from the wrecked steamship Bohemian, as we bare none but sound and fresh goods, which we warrmat as such. ...si «r WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS, MANUFACTURER’S BLOCK, US ION STREET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, MAXUKAOTl UKB OF Steam Engine?*. Steam Boilers. Shafting Pulleys, Geariug. and all kind* of Machinery Also ,Low and High Pressure steam Heating Ap paratus for Factories, Public Buildings and Dwelling House*. In this De par. incut the establishment has been uncommonly successful. Steam Cooks, Valves, Whistles, ami Ht* am. Water and Gas Pipe and connections furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and laithfu’ly Done. In conn ction with the above establishment is an Irou Foundry, with a large assortment of patterns, and a Planing Mill, where wood plauiogof all kinds may be done. may? dtf PICTURE FRAMES OF ALL KINDS MANUFACTURED BY R. J. D. LARRABEE ft CO, NO. 69 EXCHANGE STREET. Old Oil Paintings Mounted on Mew Canvass, Retoucl ed and Varnished by one who has had long experience in the hu-iness in England. OLD FRAMES REUII.T. MATERIALS FOR WAX WORK. A large variety of choice Engravings, Pictures framed in all styles. Orders for Wax work will receive prompt atten tion. R. J. D. LARRABEE & CO. No. t>J Exchange Street. Portland. April 25. dim FOR KALE, Cheap for Cash! A GREAT VAR1KTY OF CMILDEEB’S CARRIAGES, Bird Cage*, Rocking Horses, Ladies Work and Traveling Baskets, Toys, Burble*, FORT MON AIKS, 1.ADIK8’ RETICULES AND BAITS. OKU MS, VIOLINS. OL Il'AllS, VIOLIN STK1N6S, WRITING EESKS, WORK BOXES, <*c. —ST— W. D. ROBINSON. 40 Exchange St. mgbli 8m BUSINESS CARDS. BRADLEY, MOULTON A ROGERS, Wholesale Dealers m Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Thomas Block, ROBERT BRUIT, ) o.m moultos, } PORTLAND, ME. A. (I. ROGERS. ) mayddtf W. W. CARR & CO., Haring taken the Fruit Store formerly occupied by <*. SAWYER. No. & Exchange Street, ▲re prepared to offer to the trade a large and well •elected stock of Foreign and Domestic Frnit! Wholesale and Retail Oranges. Spruce Gnu, Lozenges Lemons. Unitary Seed, Unadles, Limes, Lemon Syrup, Honey, Prunes, Cocoa Nuts, Figs* Citron, Nuts, nil kinds. Dates, Olives, Raisins, Tobacco, Sardines, Cigars* Fancy Candles of all description. oct9 dtf f7 M, CARSLEY, CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER, Vo. 51 Union Street, IB prepared to do all kind, of CABINET JOB BING in a prompt and satis factory manner. Book and Show Cues made to order. E^Farnltur. Had., Kepairwl and Varuiab.d at SHORT NOTICE. Portland, Hay 2», IMi. t/ IRA WINN, Agent, IMo. 11 Union St., !■ prepared to furnish STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, of various uses and patterns, Btaui Pipe ui Piitim, 1111 fioriag, SMikg, Pilfeya, U Lioht tlouflB Won* Of all deeeriptivas, and all kinds of work roqoired in building FOBTIrllaTIOn*. Iron Stair* and other Architectural Work. lioases, Stores, and other buildings, Btied with Gae and Steam in the beet manner. In connection wltb the above is an Iron Foundry, with a large assortment of Patterns, to which tbs attention of Machinists, Millwrights,and Ship-Build ers is invited—and all kinds ot Castings furnished nt short notice. (^Orders for Machine Jobbing, Patterns and Forgings, promptly enecnted. oo2d tf - _9 SlNttEK’S SEWING MACHINESI WOODMAN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS, No*. 54 aad 54.Middle Streak. Needles and Trimmings always a a hand. mehlttf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD. DENTIST, No. 170 Mulct 1 Street. Enmanxcne.Dr*. Baoom And BmnsLin Portland, May 26,1368. tf Dr. I. H. UEALD HAVING disponed of his entire interest In hi* Office to Dr. 8. C FEItNALD, would cheerfully recoommnnd him to his former patients and the pub lic. Dr. Pmkkalp. from loug experience, is prepar ed to insert Artiiici&l leoth on the “Vulcanite Base," and all other methods known to the profession. Portland. May 26.1363 U JOHN F. SHERRYj Hair Cutter and Wig maker, No. 18 Market Square,Port1 Mid, (np stairs.) Bf*Separate room for Ladies* and Children’s Hall Catting. A good stock of Wigs, Hair-Wigs, Bands, Brmida Carls, Frizetts, Pads, Bolls, Crimping Board*, ko. ko., constantly on hand. ]e22’63dly YYODD AND COAL CHEAP FOR CASH ! $9.50. CHEAPJJOAL. $9.50 PRIME LOT CHESTNUT COAL *9.50 W TON, SPUING MOUNTAIN. l.KHK.H. UEZILTON, SUt.AK LOAF, OLD COMPANY LKHK.lt. LO CUST MOUNTAIN. JOHNS, DIAMOND, WKBS TKKaiid BLACK U F-A111. These Coals are of the very best qualify, well screened and picked, slid warranted to give satisfaction. Also tor sale best of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Ornicn Commu&ciil St., head of Franklin Wharf. S. Kill N Dh it SON. febie dly WAKKEN8 IMPORTED FIUE AND WATERPROOF FELT COMPOSITION, Gravel Roofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. E. HEHSEV. Agent, Jan26 dtf No. 1«J Union Street. ALBERT WEBB * CO -DliLBU I* Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD Or MERRILL'S WHARF, C.aaaiarclal Street,. - Perilled, Me. I.SStf Colley, Burnham & Co., Cdbinet tinkers anil Upholsterers, 3U8, Congress Street, VBE it repared to do all kinds of Cabinet and Up holstery «ork, at the shortest notice. All kinds of Furniture, Lounges A Mattresses —constantly on hand— N It. The pabllo are invited to call and examine, n* *U4 dtf HOOTS A!¥D SHOES! W. W. LOTH HOP. 88 Middle Street. cAfl "’here can be found a large assortment o! ABI Ladies’,Gents', Misses’, Boys' and k oaths f fashionaLl- BOOTS. SHOES aud RUB BRR8ot the best manufacture and at rea sonable prices. Boots aud fiuoae made to measure from the bout French and American stock «ud on the latest style lasts. \VM W.LOTUROP. mch22 d2iu JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COMMAS BLOCK, me LIT d&wtf Thili Struct. Scotch Canvas, -FOB PALS »Y JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Bath. Me. (\f\i\ BOLTS Sopertor Bleached 1 JOU 3CK1 do A>i£rk dix^or; WO do Extra All Long flax I WO do Nary Fin* j Delivered ta Portland or B Of ton. Bath, AprilM, IMS. apUdU MISCELLANEOUS. Wow —I‘rU-e H Ceals. PEOPLE'S EDIT10X OF Parton’s (El. BLUER II IN RRLEAJS. One volume, octavo, paper, price 76 cent*. With the view of meeting the extensive popular demand tor this remarkable book, this edition has been prepared. The page and type are similar to those ol harper's Magazine, borne of the lea* im portant document* are omitted, and in some instan ce* the account has been coudensed. yet never so as to interfere with the mtere^tcr completeness ol the story. L nquestionably this book stand* preeminent in in terest among all yet occasioned by the reb-liion. Jt* subject and author combine to render it fascinating. Fif:eeu edition* have been called lor a* ast as they could be printed. It Las been most warmly com mended by the loyal press of the country, and scarce ly less ao by a portion at least ol the Engl Lb press, by whom it is acknowledged to be a complete vindica tion ot Gen. Butler from the malicious charge a which envy and hatred have brought against him. It oontain* an anecdotal sketch of Gen. Butler’s brilliant and remarkable caieer at the bar of Massa ohusetts; a history of the secret inovemeuta in the Charleston convention; conversations between Gen. Butler and the lead i ug secessio cist* at Washington in December 1860: the regl plana of the traitors Gen. Butter invited to Join them; his advice to Bu chanan, his efforts in preparing Massachusetts ;cr war; thecelebrated march,via. Annapolis, to Wash ington; his night march to Baltimore; ool islonwith Geu. bcott, las course at Fortress Mouroe, the his tory ofthcontrabands: hi* advice to the Admiai*. trat on on how to take Kichmoud ; the truth about Groat Bethel; the Hattera* Expedition; the secret history of the Sew Orleans K rpulitinn: the adven tures of the General ip getting to fchip JeUnd; a full account i t the capture ty A* w Orleans the landing of the troops iu the city; a compl.te narratice of succeeding trendy. with a larg»* number of highly interesting iiurratj.es and ancoaotes nev er before published; the recall of Geueral Butler, and the oxp'anatiou given of it by tb« Government; hi* present opinions upon the great 1**ne« before us. Edi.ion in large type,crown, Hvo.,cloth,6»‘J pages, price 62.50 People's Edition, 8vo., paper, 75 cent*. German Edition $1 00. fceut by mail on receipt of price. For «a*e by Mason y Mami n, Boston, and by all Booksellers. Published by Mason Brothers, 7 Mer cer street, N. Y. mayl7ecdlw J. w. SYKES, Purchaser lor Eastern Account 09 LOUR. GRAIN, SEEDS. PROVISIONS, LARD, BUTTER and WESTERN PRODUCE generally. rxruculur ttlentlon give a to .hirping br nuickeat »nd che»p«it route* No 163 SOUTH WATER BT. P. o. Box 471. Chicago, Illinois. Raraanrcae—Meeen. Maynard k Sons; HAW. Chickerinz; C. U. ( ummior< A Co.; 8. G. Bowdlear A Co.; Charles ▲. Stone; Hailelt. Davis A Co., of Boston, Mass. Cashier Elliot Bank. Boston. J.N. Bacon, Esq., President Newton Bank, Jewton. C. B. Coffin; Warren Ellis A Bens, New York City. Jyfl *63 dly._ GRANT S COFFEE & SPICE MILLS. ORIGINAL ESTABLISHMENT. J. GRANT, Wholesale Dealer in all kind* of COFFEE, SPICES, Salaralu* * Cream Tartar, New infer and Spice Mills, )3 and 16 Union street, Portland, Me. Coffeo end Spices put up for the trade, with any address, in ail variety of packages, and aariant d as represented. Coffee roasted and ground for the trad* at short notice. KWA11 gtods entrusted at the owner's rfsk. ~A. & S. SHURTLEFF 4 CO ~ NOS. 54 A Sit niDDl.E STREET, romiiD. Manufacturers and Dealers in Men's Boys' and Youth's Thick, Kip and Calf Boots, Women's Misses and Children's Goat, Kid and Calf Balmorals, Rubbers Shoe Stock, Findings, Ac. ws are able to sell as low as in Boston or elsewhere. busier* are respect felly invited to call and ex* amine oar nock before purchasing. WOrder* by mail promptly attended to. Portland. April 33. 1*J4. dfim ~mT PE A RSON, 811 v or Plater, ▲ HD M AMUPACTUAMI OP SILVER WARE, 338 Congress St., Opp. Court House,Portland.Me. tW*AU kinds of WAKE, *ueh as Knives, Forks, Spoons. Cake Baskets,Castors, Ac., p.ated in the best manner AJ«o, REPAIRING and J?Jf*FINISHING Old Silver Ware. jan29 dflm WIL LIAM A PEARCE, PL.UMBER1 M A KICK OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 134 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold and Shower Baths W'a»h Bowls Bra»» dr Silver IMatt d Cocks INVERT description of Water Fixtures for pwel* J liug Hou«e*. Hotel*, Public Building*, Ebup*. kc , arranged and ret up in the best manner, and all order* in town or country faithfully executed. All kind* of jobbiug promptly attended to. Constantly on band LEAD PIPES. Mi ELI LEAD and BRER PUMPS of ail description*. apy dtf TO MERCHANTS. TUK undersigned having greatly incroaaed their facilities for manufacturing HOOTS AND SHOK8, and haring large experience in tnai oranch, would oall the attention of the trade to the *aine. We •hall In thtnre be much better able to supply t he de mand* of the trade then heretofore, and are confi dent that in the quality, both of oar stock and work, we can give Hatiaiaction, a* we tnauu tact urn ex pres*, ly for the retail trade. 1 hose buying for cash will find It to their advantage to look at our stock. which oousists in part of RUUHERS, SOLE and WAX LEATHER, FRENCH and AMERICAS CALF, French Kip, Lemoinr and Jodot Calf, Goa* and Kid Stock, Serges and Weft*, boot and Shot Machinery and Findings rtf all kinds. Mr.EDMUBD Liaav, Igte of the firm of Meters Cha*. J. Walker k Co , ha* associated himself with us. and reiving on bu ...»nr yogr* experience in manufacturing, we areoouhdeut m Making the above statements. TYLER k LAkll. Portland. Feb. 1. 1864. feb6 d 1m Portland Company.—stockhold er*’ ItlepiliiM. AS^RCI AL meeting of the Stockholder* of the Portland Company will beheld at their office on Fore street, on Wednesday, the 26th day of May curreu*, at three o'clock P. It. 1st—To see if they will ac» ept the act o* tlm log's lature of M*iue, of Feb 30th, 1804, to increase the capital ek oftke company 2nd—To consider how much of the additional stock shall be issued and ou what terms. $d—To amend the by-law* of the company. 44J»— fosee if they will authorise the conveyance of a part of their laud to the 1* rand Trunk Railway Company. JOSEPH C. NOYES Clerk. Portland. May 11. 18o4. ma>lldtd SHERIDAN & GRIFFITHS, (8ucceMore to Joseph Gray ft Co.,) runt. m? stucco t rustic mm& ARK now prepared to furni-h the public with Center Piece* and all kinds of Plaster Orna ment* a* cheap as any other istabiismeut In the gtlto, and at the ehortest notice We will also give prompt attention to repairing Plastering, Whitening, White Washing and Color ing jy Please leave your orders at No. 6 South street opposite the Riding School teb25 d3m Ft E 0_ V A. Xj7~ DR. NEWTON HAS removed hie reeidenoe to ffo. 37 Middle street, comer of Franklin street. Office», heretofore, .Vo. 113 Exchange Street, tn Noble ) Block, uotuire. Office boor» from 9 to 10 AM.. from 9 to 3. end from 8 to 9 o’clock P. M Dr. N. will oontinse, In eonneotlon with reneml prectiee. to five tpeoiel attention to DISEASES Of FEMALES. os31dtf _ MISCELLANEOUS. I II acting’s Melodeon I B AS GOOD AS TBR SKIT ASH CBMAP AS TBS CHKAPBST. W are-rooms No, 3 Temple Si., PORTLAND. ,*"«• 1“iroBI1 °f porcboslog win »Dd „ iiJiJta 1,0 “)l •“* r« th«i‘|,mr — — llanson Block, MUMleSt, No. lei. *°®f»•"* of lb« 8uim ae PnocipBi ban had 20 year* experience if alwtn on the .pot, nnd attend, to hie buslnessi and prow! t*®*’“ during the paet 12 yean, uo paisa ehnU be F|t® bnodredreferences of •, “ »*th ana, others of this oity. will testify to tbe practical utility, cnnackjns %'?***. fo“P'eteD(m of my systems and manner of teaching, and citieeni of other cities hay# Instilled to tbe same. Diplomat will be awarded for thor oogh onurtee. Able Assistants .scored. Bartlett's ‘ the founder of Commorotal Celtegm eo^tiv adhered to as regards not copying. Certain times will be deroted to Commercial Law olucMsttoas — Come all wbo hare failed to bo laaght a baetneea ^“^"fjting nnd I will guarantee to yoo aocceeo. Application* .olloited for Accountants. Separata In ■traction given Btndonte enn enter any time. 8#p nrate rooms for Ladies. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate accounts adjusted. Ladies and Gentlemen that desire to take lessons, or a full. or a separate soarsa, in either Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law, Phonography. Higher Mathematics. Civil Ea mneanng Surveying. Native Basiaoas Writing. Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence, Can! Marking, and teaching from printed copies and Text Books will be avoided please sail, or address the Principal K. rf BKOWH. Portland. Oat *. 1*88. ooBt oodkeowly m u BT THE situ K S T!. u Try one of Miller’, Potent El otic Cubic* HATS! To, will like It. For isle it a a aw a, ,p30diw IK MIDDLE STREET. J. D.CHEMEI’I MELODEON & ORGAN jVTanufactorVe No. IU 1.S MIMIC Street. MKLOUKOR8 of all slams and styles on baad and luanofActured to order. The com Used power aud sweetness of tone of his ExcsLaioa Qmsai, render it suitable for a church or parlor, tad the best substitute for a pipe organ that can ha obtained. The following is one of the numerous testimonial* la bis possession: Prom H'. E Gould, Canker of International Bank, Portland. -FPsn.A»p^JU»JRMfil«p ties to notice the many good point* is theMeiedeoas made by Mr. J. D. Cheney. of thM city, and as \he result. 1 have urged my mends woo were intending to purchase an iosUament of this class, ta proesrs one of Mr. Cheney. W. E. GOULD. OT The Combination Valve i» applied to all our Instrumente Persons ordering by mail will get as good an Instrument as though selected by them per sonally. No charge for Packing. Kxr aibixo and Tuxivo promptly attended to. Portland. May *, 1864. mayidawlm* P. $100. B. THE undersigned being licensed by the United States, are prepared to procure Pension#, Bounties. Arrears of Par aad Prize Mousy for Sol diers, Seamen or their heirs. Bills km Board and Transportation of Recruits or Drafted Man collected. All demands against the btatoer United State* at tended to. Having an agent both at Washington and Augusta, and haring had Urge experience, wm feei safe la assarting that any business entrusted to oar care will be faithfs.ly and promptly executed. We hurt* also an agent in New York to attend to the payment of Prize money. Advice tree. Approved Claims cashed. MANLEY k SAWYER. Office Wj Ex hang*, St., Pox Block Portland. Mm. j. a. MAnar. w. a. saw ran. Btferenctt : lloa. bam*. Cony. Governor of Maine. UouJ. L. ilodsdoa. Adjutant Gen of Maine. Hob. Wm Pitt Pesseudcn, U. 8. Senator. Hon IcOt M. Morrill, U S Senator, apia _ d A wtf Loan to the State of Maiae. Tekascexb’b Orru n. I Augasta. May S. 1864. J IN conformity with a Resolve of tho Legislature approved March 19t 1861, authorising a loan of Throe Million Dollars, proposals will bo received at this office until five o'etoek P. M . the twenty fourth day ot May current, lor a loan of Two Million Dol lars, reimbursable in twenty-five years, fbr which bonds of the State will be issued in same of iva hun dred dollars and one thousand dollars, bearing ia tercet at the rate of six per cent yearly, and paya ble annua)»y. The boiid; waif Lc l*#u*d dated June 1.1864, with coupons attached fbr the sejyl annuai interest, pay. able, both prtneipai and interest, at the 8uftoJk Bauk. Boston. The money on said loan will be received at thie office, Suffolk Bank. Boston, or either of the Banks in Bangor. Portland, Bath or Kqckland. Person a desirous of taking the loan, or any part of it. not lew than five hundred dollars, are request ed to »eaJ ifceq proposals to the Treasurer of State, at Augusts. spWlfytug thf amount and tShna. Those persons whose psoppgajs may be aecepted, will be immediate!vinotiri*d NATHAN DAMS, Trcpaprer. May 4.—d tom ay 24 The Cabinet Organs M41>E EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the beet instruments of their class in the world. Nearly all the most promtnen* artists In the ecus try hava given written testimony to this effect, and thee# instruments are in coustaut use ia the concerto ot the most d'ittngnishod artists—aa Oottaoftalk art others—as well as in the o, eras in the principal cit i ,»s. whenever sich iin'rumtnt* are required. Price < t& to |fCO each These Instrum* «»* mav he found at «b'* Music Mourn* of the subaeriher. where they will b* sold at the manufacturers’ prices. II. 8. EDWARD*, No.8491 Stewart’s Block, C ongress 81. __aprlfidtl Caution to Purchaser* of Cabinet Organs. The wlda d. maud (or our CaaiaaT Ouui bee induced dealers in some cases to advertise quit# dif ferent In truments aa Cabiust Orgab*. and la others to represent to purchasers that harmoniums and other reed organs art' the same thing. Tme in not tboi. Thu excellences of the Cab net On oaks which have given them their high reputation, arise' not merely from the superiority of their worl • manship. but also in large measure from Bf seatial difference* >■ coamiCTJOB, which being pat ented nr re, caurot be ivitaUd by other maker*, i rum these arise their betttr quality and volume of tone and capacity for expression. Every Cabixbt organ has upon its name board in full, the words. • MASON ft HAMLIN CABINET ORti AN.” When a dealer represents any other iuetiuxvnt is a Cabinet organ, it is usually a mere attempt to sell an inferior instrument on wbieb ho can make a larger profit. Prices of Cabirst Organs S&6 to fC50. Ware rooms. No. 274 Washington street. Boston; MA80N ft HAMLIN. No. 7 Mercer street, New York, MA SON BROTHERS Hkkvt 8. Kdwabdb. Solo Agent fbr Por land, *18} Con grew street. — mayl7d2w Wanted. PASTIES having large or imall capital to luveit would do writ to call .1 ZiU Cougie.i ilrett. Hare opportunity. lor a paying buiioew offered. mayiUdlw K. CHATHAM, Jr.

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