Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, May 31, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated May 31, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. m r 4 ii»M. .,,(***. *•«» | VOLUME III. • PORTLAND, ME., TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 31, 1864. WHOLE NO. 61 >3 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN. Editor. • published at No. 82* EXCHANGE 81RLLI, by N • A. FOSTER A CO. Tan Portland Daily PbhbsI* pabli* bed Rt 97.00 per year; If paid strictly la advance. a discount of 91.00 will be made. Single oopies ihroo cents. Tub MaixbStatbPrbss is published every There* day morning,at 92.00 per annum, in advance; 92.26 H paid within six months; and 93.60,if payment be delayed beyond the year. Rates of Advertising: One inoh of space in length of eolnmn, constitutes a “SqUAUK." 91.60 per square daily first week; 76 eents per week after; three insertion* or less, 91.00; continuing eve ry other day after first week, 60 cents. Half square, three insertions or loss 76 cents; one week, 9100; 60 oeuta per week after. Under head of AunTtfEincxTB, 02 00 per square per week; three insertions or less, 91.60. tttaciAL Notiobb, 91.76 per square first week, 91.00 per square after; three insertions or less, 91.26; half a square, three lasortions, 91.00; ouc week. 91.26 Advertisement* inserted in the Mama 8tatb Pbbms (which has a largecirculation in every part of the State) for 50 cent* per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Lboal Notices at usual rates. Transient advertisements most be paid for la ad esnoe Bunraae* Noticm, in reading columns, 12 oeata par line for one insertion. No oharge less than fifty touts for each insertion. tir*All communication* Intended for the paper should be directed to the “JIditor qftke /Vest,” and those of a business character to the Pnblukert. BJTMob Privtibo ot every description executed with dispatch. F, Tracy, Traveling Agent. _S EL EC T1ONS. From Macitulap't JJiutorp rf FnplanJ. Till: KNULISII DEBT. Its Origin. IIi.lory and Management. On the 15th of Oeccinber, 1002 the House of Commons resolved itself into a committee of ways aud meant. Somers took the chair. Montague proposed to rolse a million by way of loan; the proposiou was approved; aud It was ordered that a bill should be brought in. The details of llte scheme were much dis cussed aud modified; but the principle teems to have been populaf with all parlies. The moneyed men were glad to have an opportu nity of investing what they had hoarded. The lauded men, hard pressed by the load of taxation, were ready to submit to anything for the sake of present ease. No member Ventured to divide the House. Ou the 20th of January the bill was read a third time, carried up to ibe Lords by Somers, aud passed by them without an amend ment. •Such was the origin of that debt, which has since become the greatest prodigy that ever perplexed the sagacity and confounded the pride of statesmen aud philosophers. At every stage in the growth of that debt, the nation has sent up the same cry of anguish aud despair. At every stage in the growth of that debt, it has been seriously asserted by wise men that bankruptcy and ruin were at hand. Yet still the debt went on growing, aud still bankruptcy aud ruin were as remote as ever. When the great contest with Louis XIV was terminated by the peace of Utrecht, the nation owed about fifty millions; aud that debt was considered, not merely by the rude multitude, not merely by fox hunting squires and coffee-house orators, but by acute and profound thinkers, as au incumbrance whicli would permanently cripple the body politic. Nevertheless, trade flourished; wealth 1l creased; the nation grew richer aud richer. Then catne the war of Austrian succession ; and the debt rose to eighty millions. Pam phleteers, historians and orators pronounced that now, at all events, our case was desper f ate. Yet the signs of inctraslug prosperity, signs which could neither be counterfeited nor concealed, ought to b«ue satisfied obser vant and rellecutig men that a debt of eight/ • millions was less to Eugland which was gov erned by Pelham, than a debt of fifty millions bad been to England whicli was governed by Oxford. Soon war again broke forth; and uuder the energetic and prodigal administra tion of the drst William Pitt, the debt rapidly swelled to one hundred and forty millious. As soon as the first intoxication of victory was over, men of theory aud men of business almost unanimously pronounced that the fatal day had now really come. The attempt to lay a parlion of the load on the American colonies produced another war. That war left us w ith au additional hundred millions of debt, and without the colonies whose help bad been represented as Indispen sable. Again England was given over, aud again the strange palicut persisted iu becom ing stronger aud more bluamiug iu spite of ail the diagnostics aud prognostics ol State physicians. As she had been visibly more prosperous with a debt of one hundred aud forty millions than w ith a debt of flity mil lions, so she was visibly more prosperous w 1 )i a debt of two hundred and forty million* than with a debt of one buudred and forty millions. Soon, however, the wars which spraug from the French revolution, and wlnc i lar exceeded iu cost, any tuat the world bad ever seen, tasked the powers of public credit to the ut most. When the world was again at rest, the funded debt of England amounted to eight hundred millions. If the most enlightened man had been told, iu 17112, that iu 1810, the Interest on eight hundred millions would be duly paid to the day at the bank, he would have been as bard of belief as if he had been told tbat the Government would be in pos session of the lamp of Aladin or of the purae of Forlunatus. It was iu truth, a gigantic, a fabulous debt; and we can hardly wonder that the cry of despair should have been louder than ever, liut again that cry was found to have been as unreasonable as ever. After a few years of exhaustion, England recovered herself. Yet, like Aladiu's valetudinarian, who continued to whimper that he was dying of cousuinption till he became so fat thai he wa< shamed Into sileuce, she went on com plainiug that she was sunk in poverty till her wealth showed itself by tokens which made her complaints ridiculous. The beggard, the bankrupt society not only ptoved able to meet all it* obligations, but, while meeting those obligations, grew richer aud richer so fist that her g 'Owlh could almost be discov CICU. Xti every county we saw wastes recently turned lulo gardens; io every city we saw streets, and squares, aud markets, more bril liant lamps, inure abundant supplies of wa ter; iu the suburb* of every great seat of In dustry, we saw villas multiplying fast, each embossomed in its gay little paradise of lilacs and ro*".«. While shallow politicians were re pealing that the energies of the people were mure borne down by the weight of public bur dens, the Itrst journey was performed by strain ou a railway. Suon the islaud was intersected by railways. A sum exceeding the whole amount of the national debt at the end of the American war, in a few years, voluntarily ex pended by the. ruined people io vladmcta, t uo ue.le, embankment*, bridges, stations, engines. Meanwhile taxation was almost constantly be coming lighter; yet sliJI the exchequer was full. It may uow be affirmed without fear of contradiction, that we And it ns easy to pay the Interest of £800,000,000 as our ancestors found it. 80 years ago, to pay the interest of £80,000,000. 1’orlland Classical and Coniinei* cinl Attidtiny. THE .Summer firm of this schoil will commence ou Monday, Ms. 83. auU will conliuc ten wicks. Tin subscriber aiu.om.ces with salislsctiuu tint he ha* s -cured, tor the use of hit echo, 1, Union Ha li.. will) llie two ante rooms cuuui c ml with it. '1 bis is’ on Erie street, nearly opposite the Church, and will make oue of the most com! rtat le, healthy aud at. t. active school-rooms in the city, ilc wfll le assist ed by Mi-ses Mary L. Hey wood and Hannah Huh blue. These ladies have had much successful eape riehco in leaching, aud have been lor revera! months past employtii iu the school. 1 he uutanrt u d suc cess witli which this enterprise has thus far met, has encouraged the piopiietor to protide for it in the must liberal manner; and tie public is a-suitd that no [lalus will be spared to render tie Aiacemy still more worthy of the rapidly increasing patronage whic'l it has on-oyed. I'apifs of both sexes aie re oeived.aod the bust echuoi-ronin seemuinodaflnni arunow offered to la lies. Terms. gpi/jO prlrrm. J. 11 II ANSON, fortlaud, May 18th, 18.4. maylHdSw MILLINERY. 8PRIN G MILLINER Y ! MRS. COLBY H no w opening it tier apaciou. and attractive room., I%« 3 Free Street Block, ▲ rich and fashionably stock of FRENCH MILLINERY GOODS. Portland. April 30,1864. edlweodtf NEW "MILLINERYl K -TO OPBM ® ON MONDAY, APRIL 4tli. The subscriber, having leased the new store, No. 2j Free street, 3d door from Center tit., has just received a line assortment of the LATEST STYLES OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. which she is prepared to manufacture to order nnd sell At the lowest caau pkicbs. A good assortment “ready made boihets always on hand. f MOURNING GOODS in store and made to order Having had eight rears experience in mannfke tnring millinery goods. 1 trust 1 shall be able to please ali wbo may favor tue with their custom. A share of patroaage is most re.pectluliv so'iclted. MAttY A. BK1I.L1NC.8 Portland. April 3.1864. aprt d3weod4w NEW MILLINERY STORE. New Goods! MRS A ROBERTSON has taken the New Store, No. 31 Free street, comer of Center, and baa selected a Superior Attortment of MILLINERY, Which she will be pleased to offer to her friends and the publio, on and after the 6th Inst. ! S. A good assortment of MOURNING (!on>(M(l*nn httwl . Ihrecorfour good Milliners ean receive steady j employment by inquiring as above. ap4-deodtf ANOTHER VICTORY! THE GOGH TIME HAG COME! TUB g*ed lime romieg ben com. at lot. aud w« or bow prepared to otter to tbo Citium of thir cbtr aad tbccouatry, the largmt aad lawtaoloelod •lock of Fashionable BEADY-MADE CLOTHING EVER OFF A It Kb IX THIS STATE. Old Fogy System Done Away With! Aad wo bare ertabliebed A Hew Order ef Thing* ! By telling oar good, at a SMALL PROFIT, AadiSelling Large Quantities, luatead of piling thorn eo tbo •lielret to be .hop wora. waltiog to make 100 percent. Wo have our good. mode urouiLv form, be ing ruunected with a large Manufacturing Ualabllehmeat la Booton. Aad oar chief aim io te produce tbo Tory latcot aad Most Fashionable Styles, As well ns the scout tastiful and ni* baulk. We ere receiving mew ujods daily. Ko shop worn good* remain on oar hands, bat everything te fresu and new. 1 he attention ol the public Is putticuiirly culled to our NEW ESTABLISHMENT, Where cun be found all the choices style* und finest goods from both the Old World and the New. F.B.TOPPANiiCO., 1*24 Middle St. Portland, May 30, 1KI. maySOoudlm The Misses Bailey’s Home School. flldR Misses Halley having purchased the piece in X New Ciiouccs or loruurTy occupied by the Bev. k. Teuton, a* a Hoarding bchool, propose opening thereu Home School for tilrla am* Boys, in which the advantages ef s careful home training will be united with thorough instruction in ail the brsne ms taught iu Seminaries of the first class. The long experiences of on* toucher as Priuoipal of a llomo School in Virginia, and the reputation of the other as a successful teacher ef many years standing, in Portland, will, His hoped, procure pa tronage and iusure success. ▲ CicnUeman of cxperienes will be at the head af the Home Department, and j»ay part it alar atten tion to the physical training of the pupils. For in for mutiou s< e circulars or inquire of Mias A U UA.ICV V .. cu _._a ’ Kxvuutfscm:—Rev /. W. Checkering. D. D ; lion. John Neal; Charles A. Lord; lleaekiah Pack ard; Joseph Libbey. New Gloucester, May 20, 1=64. may36dtf J. D. CHENEY’S MEL0DE0N & ORGAN IManulactorv, No. 135 1.* Middle Street. MELODKOX8 of all sizes and styles on hand and manufactured to orcer. Tlie combined power aud sweetness of tono of bis ExiKLtiua Okuai, render it suitable for a ch ich or parler, and the best substitute for a pipe organ that can be obtained. Tbe following is one of tbe numerous testixx.enials la bis possession: From W. E. Gould, Cashier qf International Bank, Portland. Portland, May 2ft, IMS. For many y«ars I bate had frequent •*>:#, tun ties to uotioe tbe many good points intke Melcdeons made bv Mr. J. D. Cheney, of tbis city, and ss the result. 1 have urged ray friends w ho were Intending to purchase an instrument of this class, to prceore one of Mr. Cheuey. W. ft. Col LD. KW The Combination Valve it applied to all our Instrument Persons ordering by mail will get as good au lustrnment as though seleeted by them per sonally. No charge for Packing. Hueaiiuxo and Tcmkq promptly attend'd to. Portland, May 3, 1864 majftdawlm* V. $U>0. B. TnX undersigned being licensed by the CnHed State-, are prepared to procure PensimM Bounties, Arrears of I av and Prize Mosey ler Sol diers, Seamen or their heirs. Bills for Board and Transportation of Recruits or Dratted Mis eolleoted. All demands against tbe State or United States a^ tended to. Having an agent both at Washington and Augusta, aud having had lar*e experience. we feel safe in asserting that any business entrusted te our care will be faithfully and presently executed. We have also au agent in New York to attend to the paym>nt ot Prize money. Advice bee Approved Claims cashed. MANLEY ft SAWYER. Office824 Kx hange, St., Fox Block Portland. Me. J. H. MANLEY. W. C. IAWTU. Refer meter Hon. Ram1. Cony,Governor of Maine, lion. J L liodsdou. Adjutant Cun of Maine. Hon. Win Pitt Fessenden, U. 8 Senator. Hon LolM. Morrill, U S. Senator. _ ap!3 dftwtf FANCY GOODS HOUSE, W holes.le, H. MERRILL, No 131 Middle Street, ( up stairs,) Portland, Maine. Silk, Twist. Buttons. Bindings, Threads, Pins, Needle*. Cutlery, Edgings Stationery, Lacings, Tape, Elastics, Belts, Combs, Suspenders, Toys. ft*. DRESS AND TAILORS’ TRIMMINGS. mehlcodftm _CLOTHING. SPRING & SUMMER OPENING! A. D. REEVED, TAILOR & DRAPER, NO. 98 EXCHANGE STREET. Uu just returned from Boston and New York with a RICH AND .FASHIONABLE ASS.'ttffMKJiT or Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Of every variety and stylo, (including many of the moat unique patterns of the season.) which be pur* chased for cash, and consequently can give an ele* gant ufit out** at the LOWEST CASH PRICES! lie invites his old trieads and customers, and the public generally, to call aud examine his stock. Haring enlarged his store by the removal of his work*room above, he has accommodation* more ex* tensive for the displmy of his goods. _April 8,1864. dtf Spring & Summer Stock FASHIONABLE GOODS, -NOB COATS, PANTALOONS AND VESTS. Purchased from the best assortments, for oash, in New York, aud Boston, may be fostd at the store of WILLIAM C.BECKETT Merchant Tailor, NO , X37 Middle Bireet. Somoof these Goods, whiob have been recently imported, diller much in color, feature and fluiah from the styles that have continued in vogue for a year or two past, and are considered very elegant. Besides these and o’hcr Goods, —comprising all the varieties lor fashionable wear, at the same place may be found a good supply of Siawslarsl G. rasaa, French* and l£a«IUk Braadolathe a* d Dee ski as, for genteel suits; together with styles of Tcetimsa selected with a view to su't all tastes. ▲II the new styles for Gentlemen’s wear, whether for Dress Suits or a Business Outfits received in thtir seasons, to rot her with plates of the latest styles of Cuttingaud Finishing, gy The best trimmings always on hand. No. 137 Middle Street..£3 mayllddw HRMOVAIi. JOSIAH BURLEIGH ■ REMOVED TO NEW STORE, EVANS’ BLOCK, Nos. 141 ▲ 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Whole.*!, and Rstail Dealer la Clothing, Cloths, Tailors' Trimmings, -AID GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, IVos. 141 * 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Agent for Grover A Baker's oelebratcd Slewing* Machines, Ess. 141 A 143 Middle Street. NATHAN OOOLD Will say to his friends that he may be found at Bur leigh's. No. 141 k 143 Middle street, where he will he pleated to wait upon his former customers. Portland, March 24.1864. dtf JUST RECEIVED I ROLLINS k RONO, HAVING refitted their store and received a large assortment of ELEGAHT STYLES C Li O T H S ! ARE PREPARED TO Show Them to Their Cuitoner*. Also, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, In Great Variety, -AT 95 Middle Stroet. mayttf SPRING OPKMMl! A. D. REEVES. - TAILOR 8c DRAPER 98 Exchange St., WOULD respectfully inform bis friends and the public that he has recently opened a Splendid Assortment of Spring and Summer Goods, Which he is ready to make up in the most Fashion able style, and at the Loosest (’ask /‘rices. Th« Ladiks are reepeottully reminded that hid ing Habits, Zouave Javke's, and Fancy Waists are cut and mide at this establishment iu a style which eanuot fail to p ease them. Mi lit art and Naval Orruvn are here fit ted out in true Regulati >« Style. To Fitting out Boy a in the nr st becoming and durable garments, special attention is given. Drew Coats, Pant*, Veit*, and Basinets Saits, Made to order and warranted Good Fits. Mk Bekvbb azures his customers that Ms work is made notouiy iu the highest s ylo of fashion, but in the most thorough and work ran like mannkb. The Public are invited to visit this Lmporium op Fashion, and t*ee ii the facte do not fully come up to this M am* as to. maylfcdlui Hasting’*, Melodeon* CABISET Dltlft, JS GOOD AS THE BEST AHD CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. Ware-room* No, 5 Temple St., PORTLAND. Person, desirous or purchasing will Snd It Ibr their advantage to call and examine for themselves, maytdlm ’ GREENHOUSE AND BEDDING OUT PLANTS, I Hespectfully inform the public that I have on hand a large assortment of Green House and Bedding-out Plauts, for Spring sale, of superior .)uality. viz: Vbrhickab, Dahlias Pki ikuom umb, I'AN aka and lto&xa. Also, a fine collection Of ASTKK UL A NTS, tc , tC , fcc. A selection may al w ays be found at Randall k Whitney’*, Market Square. Orders left there will be promptly attended to. ALBERT PI HWANG Ht, Florist. Corner ef North aud Montreal 8trc*te. Fort laud, Me. aprSOtf MISCELLANEOUS. U. S.KMO BONDS. These Bo ids are issued under the Act of Congrefc of March 3th, 1*H, which provides that iu lieu of so much of the loan authorised by the Act ef March 3d, l&n, to which this is supleineutary, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorised to borrow from time to time, ou the credit of the l>cited State*, not exceed ing Two liL’NDXko Million Doilabs during the current fiscal year, aad to prepare and issue therefor Coupon and Registered Bond* of the United States; and all Bonds issued uuder this Act shall be Exempt nbom Taxation by or under any State or munici pal authority. Subscriptions to these Bond* are re ceived in United States uotusof National Banks — They a eTo iie bbdkkmid in cot*, at the pleas ure ot the Government, at any period not feet than ten nor mvre than forty yewre from their date, aad until their redemption riva raa cent intihbut will ok paid in coin, ou Bonds of not over one hundred dollars auuually, and on all other bonds se mi-annually. The interest Is payable on the first day of March and Septembor iu each year. The semi annual Cou pons are payable at those dates, and the annual Coupons ou the 60 and 100 dollar bonds are payable on the first of March. Subscribers will receive either Registered or Cou pon bonds, as they may prefer. Registered Bonds are recorded on the boohs of the U. 8. Treasurer, and can be tranferred only at tho owner's order.— Coupon Bonds ate payable to bearor, and are more ooavenknt lor commercial use. Re iristeied Honda will La iaaiwd nf tho detinmim. I tlons of Fifty Dollar® (960). One Hundred Dollars (1100), Five lintdred Dollars (600), One Thousand Dollars (91,000),Fire Thousand Dollars (96,000). and Ten Thousand Dollars (910,000); and Coupon Bonds oi the denominations of Filly Dollars (960), One Hundred Dollars (9100), Five Hundred Dollars (9600), and One Thousand Dollars (91,000). Subscribers to this loan will have the option of haring their bonds draw interoat from March 1st, by paying the accrued interest In coin—(or in United State® not« s. or the notea of National Banks, adding titty per Ovnt. for premium,) or re cive them draw ing interest from the date of subscription and de posit. As these Bonds are exempt from Mnuicipal or State taxa ion, their value is Increased from one to three per cent p®r annum, according to the rate of tax leries ia various parts of the oountry. At the present rate of premium on gold they pay over eight per cent, interest In currency, nod are of equal convenience ns a permanent or temporary in vestment. It is be'ieved that no securities offer ro great In ducements to lenders as the various descriptions of U. 8. Bonds. In all other forms of indebtedness, the faith or ability of private parttea or stock com panies or separate communities only is pledged for payment, whUefor the debtset the United States the whole property of the country ie holden to secure the payment or both principal and Interest ia coin. 1 be Bonds may be subscribed for in sums from 960 up to any magnitude, on the same terms, and are thus made available to the smallest lender and the largest capitalist. They can be converted into money at any moment, and the holder will have the benefit of the internet. The fhet that all dutlee oa imports are payable in spoc^eftarnishes a fund for like payment of interest on all Government bonds Isrgtly ia eaceee of the wants of the treasury foe this purpose. Upon receipt ot subscriptions a certificate of de posit there or, in duplicate, will be issued, the origi nal of which will be forwarded by the subscriber to the Secretary of the Treasury, at Washington, with a letter stating the kiafi (Tgistered or coupon) and the denominations of bouds required. Upon (he receipt of the origiual certificate at the Treasury Dcpartimnt, the bonds subscribed for will be transmitted to the subscribers respectively. Pubeeriptions wi 1 be received by the Treasurer of the United States at Washington, and the Assist ant Treasurers at Now Tork, Boston and Philodcl f»n»® and by the First National Bank ot roitlaad, Me., First National Bank of Augusta, Me., First Xa ioaal Bank of Bangor, Me , First National Bank of itath. Me , First National Bank of Brunswick, Me , and by all National Banks which are depositaries of public money. All respectable banks and bankers throughout the country will furu sh further Infor mation on application, aud afford every facilty to subscribers. may20uh w2w* 13. S. 10-40 I.OAN \ FIRST NATIONAL BANK — or — PORTLAND, OBSIGNATED REPOSITORY -OF THB UNITED STATES. This Bank is prepared to receive’ subscript ions for the new “TKN FORTY 1.0 A NT.” which is dated March 1, I'M. bearing interest at Art per coot, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN, r.dectumble ml the pleuure of the Government mltmr tea yeori, mad pmyuble iu forty yean from date. Interomt on Bondi not over one hundred dollari payable annually, and on nil other Bondi iemi oun nally. Bondi am he had in iliei of WO. *100,8600, 81000. VI, EDW. GOULD, mehXl dtf Cuhier. FEUCHTWANGER & ZUNDER, NO. 81 MIDDLE STREET, (FOX BLOCK). Are Agai]^ in the Field — WITH Divisions, Brigades A Regiments I -or NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS! FOK THE IPRIN.fl. Ladies of Portland and vieinlty are respectfully invited to call and see the many be auti fill styles of Foreign and Domoitic Sreis Goodi jtst received: Also, the great variety House Furnishing: Goods ! Such as Rrowu and Bleached Cotton Sheetings and Shirtings, Table Linens, Drillings, Tickings, Denims, Stripes. Ac. Also Just receiving, the latest styles ol handsome Spring Balmoral SlLlrtu And tho most fashionable STRING SHAWLS. A complete stock of CLOTHS AND CAS3IMEREfl, FOB BOYS’ AND MKN’S WEAR. CLOAKINGS! CLOAKINGS!! An elegant assortment. We are just ready to manu* facture to measure, at the shortest notice, any of the new and desirable Spring Cloaks. Warrented to suit. FEUCHTWANGER * ZUNDER, (FOX BLOCK), NO. 81 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND, Mmiaa. P. 8.—Ladiei need not aik for good! from tho wrecked iiemrniliip Bohemian, u we hare none bat lound and freih goodi, which we warrant u inch, aprl tf BUSINESS CARDS. BRADMCV, MOI LTOX X ROGERS, WuuLbiLB Dxalkbk IV Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Thomas Block, EOSKBT BKALKY,) ». m MOULT*.n, [ PORTLAND, MK. A. <*. aoOBRB. ) maySdtf W. W. CARR & CO., Haring taken the Fruit Store formerly ooeupied by O. SAWYER. No. S Exchange Street, Are prepared to offer to the trade a large and well •elected (took of Foreign and Domestic Fruit 1 * Wboleeale and Retail Orange*. Spruce Sana, Lemcagei Leneena, Canary Seed, Caadlee, Lln.ee, Leuaea Syrap, Heaeyr, Pruaee, Cecea Sale. Figs. Citron, Nate, all blade. Hate, Ollree, Ralelna, Tobacco, Sardine., Cigars* Fancy Candles of all description. ootSdtf F. M. CABSLEY, CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER, Vo. 51 Union Street, 18 prepared to do all kinds of CABINET JOB BING la a prompt and satisfactory manner. Book and Show Cases made to order. B^Furelture Muds, Repaired end Varnished ul SHORT NOTICE. Portland. May *9, I860. tf IRA WINN, Agent, I"To. 11 Union St., la prepared to furnish STEAM EEOIEES and BOILERS, of varloaj alien and patterns, SUM fye lit fiitira, Mill fittriig, Shftiu, Piflejh if, Lioht Horen Woax of nil descriptlins, and all kind* of work required in building FORTIFICATIOMS. IroaStairn aad other Architectural Work. Hoaaee. Store*, and other buildings, fitted with One aad Steam In tba best manner. In oonaeetlon with the above la an Iron Foundry, with n large assortment of Patterns, to which the attention ol MacliinisU, Millwrights.and Ship. Build ers it invited—and all kind* ol Castings furnished at short aotlee. ty Orders for Machine Jobbing, Patterns and Forgings, promptly executed. ooJd tf SINGER’S SEWING MACHINES I WOODMAN, TRUE A CO., AGENTS, Noe. S4 ou4 44 • • » • • Middle Street, ■eedleaaad Trimmings always on baud, mehlfitf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, DENTIST, No. 17S Muldl Street. Buruunowa.Dra. Baoon and Buaau*. Portland, May Si, IMS. tf Dr. J. H. HE A ED HAVING disposed of his entire interest In hit OBoete Dr.B.C FKBNALD, would eheerftilly rnooommend him to his former patients and the pub lic. Dr. PnaMALD, from long experience, i» prepar ed to insert Artificial Teeth on the"Vulcanite Uaee," and all other methods known to the protection. Parkland, Mnv V. 1MI tf JOHN F. SHERR Y/ ” Hair Cutler and Wi£ .Raker, Wo. IS Market Square,Fort' ma,(np stairs.) fi^^Beparate room for Ladle#’ and Children'! Hall Cutting. A good stock of Wlge, LI all-Wigs, Bands, Braids, Carls, Frlietts, Pads, Rolls, Crimping Boards, ho., a#., constantly on band. lekJ'fi* dir WOOD AND COAL CHEAP FOR CASH ! $9.50. CHEAFjCOAL. $9.50 PRIME LOT CHESTNUT COAL *9 60 Tp TON, SPRING MOUNTAIN# LEHIGH. ilh/lLfON. SUGAR LOAF, OLD COMPANY LKHlGH. LO CUST MOUNTAIN JOHNS, DIAMOND. WEBS TER and BLACK HEATH. These Coals are of the very beat quality, well screened and picked, and warranted to give satisfaction. Also for sale beet of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. OrnciConiuciu Sr., head of Franklin Wharf. 8. ROUNDS A SON. fbbia dly WAKDE.VN inPOKVED FIRE AND WATER-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION, —AMD Gravel Hoofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. E. HERSEY. Agent, lanM dtf * No. 14 Union Street. ALBERT WEBB * CO. - DliLIBI IB Corn, Flour and Grain, MAD OF MERRILL'S WHARF, Caamrelal 8irt«i«■ • Portland. Mo* leattf Colley, Burnham & Co., Cabinet Hiikrrs and tpliolsterers, 308, Congress Street, ARE prepared to do all kinds of Cabinet and Up holstery work, at the shortest notice. All kinds of Farallurc, Lounges A Mattresses —constantly on hand— N. D. The public are iavlted to call and examine. »*h4dtf JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK, mchlTdfcwtf Temple Stkkkt. Scotch Canvas, -ron SALS BT JAMES T. PATTEN & CO., Bslk, He. i)AA BOLTS Sxperlor Ble»cb.d AVJvJ 800 do All Lon* flax "Got- . , w k ©r mount contract," A'“* >00 do Extra All Lonf dax Arbroatb. BOO do Navy Fine Delivered In Portland or Rostov. Math. April to. 1*98 anil dtl To a^laiiufacturers, Ship Builder*, AN D persons dssirous of Real Estate Investment*, the folio wing property is offered at good bargains. Houses at prions from 91500 to 95000. 100 House Lots at prices from 8300 to tlduOO 3000 Foetof water frout suitable for wharves Ship yards. Manufacturing Site*, fronting deep water with tine spring of water m1 acent thereto and a fort ion of it adjoining the Grand Trunk Kail Road, •ora which freight may bedepo*it«‘d on thi n-eraise* mohl7 8m MOSES GOULD, 74 Middle St. WANTS, LOST,FOUND Lost. A LARf.L Black New Koundiand bog, answer J\. ing to tne name of ‘‘Jeff;’’ bad on anew leal it er collar. with ring anl padlock Whoever will re turn him to .1. II. HIM HALL, at302 Congress *trecf, shall be handsomely rewarded. ma)2»d3'. * Compositors Wanted. ONE or two /r»< cAmi f«iua’e competitors will dnd constant employ im nt, atd the h gbestrates paid In the city, on application at THIS OFFICE, may 23d tt Found, MAY Wth a Black and Tan Dog The owner can have him by calling at the Last Factory, Inion street, proving property an I paving charges Portland, May 27, 18H4. may27dlw* House Wanted. WANTED to purchase f r cam, a convenient H«use suitable tor a tm-t/l family, with usual conveniences, centraliv and pb sxantly located. Price not to exceeJ $3,000, Address • Taylor" at the Press Office. mayMtf Found. A>UM of money which the owner can have by . proving property ai d paving expanses t all on JAMES M\05.,No. Itf C lark street. ngfty 25d 1 w * Board. SKITS of Kooirs. Willi Board, cm bo obtained br .ppljiu* imm< diat.ly at 30 Luor,rlh >t'o*t. Maylltb._ maylldtr Rib WARD. IWill pay Fifty boilars reward to any person who will give information leading to the recov ery of the property stolen trom the Stable of Capt J. B. Coyle, in Westbrook, tn the night of the 22d lust. 1 will also pay Fifty l>ol an to any person giv ing snch information as will lead to the detection of the thief or thieves. JOHN H UKALD. City Marshal. Portland. April 9), 1864. api3Ddtf Wanted. A Female Pastry Cook at barton'a Oyater Saloon. 1'nn.Trr.y. Hr ..Id*# J. W. SYKES, Purchaser lor Eastern Account OF LOUB, GRAIN. SEEDS. PROVISIONS, LARD, BUTTER and WESTERN PRODUCE generally. Particular attention given to shipping by quickset and cheapest routes. No. 152 SOUTH WATER ST. r. o. Box 471. Chicago, Illinois. RnFBratWM— Messrs Maynard k Bone; HAW. Chickcring; C. II. Cummins* ft Co.; S. (». Bcwdlear k Co.; Charles A. Stone, llallett. Davis k Co., of Boston, Mas-*. Cashier Elliot Bank. Boston. J.N. Bacon. Kaq., President Newton Bank. .Vewtou. C. B. Coffin; Warren EUU A Hone, New York City. Jyb’Wdly A. & S. SHURTLEFF A Co T NOS. SI a 46 7IIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND. Manufacturers and Dealer* in Xen'i Boys' and Youth's Thick, Kip atd Calf Boots, Women'* Miasma and Childroa'a Goat, Kid and Calf 13vim ’rale, Hubbera. Shoo Stock, Finding!, Ac. 1\FJTH our superior facilities for manufacturing, m and a large experience ia the bostnecs, we we are able to sell as low as in Boston or elsewhere. Dealer* an* respect felly invited to call sad ex amine our stock before purchasing, g#*-Order* by mail promptly attended to. Portlaud. April 28, l^tH. dfin M. PEARSON, * Silvor Plater, AKD Maxrrat TURKS OF SILVER WARE, 238 Congress 8t.,Opp. Court House Portland,Me tyAll kinds of WARE, each as Knives, Forks, Spoon*. Cake Bankets, Castors, Ac. pa ted in the best manner Also, nnr.HRING and RM-FISlSHtSG Old Silver Wore. Jan29 dfim WILLIAM A PEARCE^ 1» Iu U M HER! MAKER OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. fit EXCII4NOE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold and Shower Bath*, Wank Bowie, Bra** dr Kilter Plated Cocks, INVERT description of Water Kix<om for Dwel J ling House*. Hotel*, Public Building*, .shops, Ac , arranged and set up in the best manner, acd all orders iu town or couutry faiibfa ly executed. All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to. Cou*tant y on hand LEAD PIPES, nilEKl LEAD and BRER PLMFS of all descriptions. aptidtf to merchants? rjlHE undersigned having greatly increased their A fhcilitit‘5 for mannfacturing HOOTS AND 8HOF8, and having large experience la tnai uranch, would call the atb-ution of the trade to the same. We • hall in fature be much better able to "apply the de mands of the trade then heretofore, ana are confi dent that iu the quality, both of our stock and work, we can gh e «ati*faction. a* we manafactureexprene ly for the retail lrad«. 1 hose buying for ca»h will find it to their advantage tolook at our stock, which consists in part of RC H HERS, SOLE and WAX LRiTURK, FRESCH and AMERICAS CALF, French Kip. Lemoine and Jndot Cal/, Goat and Kid Stock, Series and Webs, Hoot and Shot Machinery and t\ndinns of till kinds. Mr. Komui*D Lihuy, late of the firm of Messrs Chaa. J Walker k Co . has associated himself wi<h u*. and rolling on hi* many years experience ia manufacturing, we are confident in making the above statements. 1 V I EH A LAMB. Portland. Feb 1.1864. fetddim. REMOVAL. DR. ftEWTO.H HAS removed his residence to No. 37 Middle Street, corner ol Frauklin street. Office as heretofore, So. 115 Exchange Street, la Noble's Block, op stairs. Office hours from &• to 10 A. M., from 2 to 8. aud irora 8 to V o’clock P. M. Dr. X. will continu , in connection with general practice, to give Bpecial attention to DISEASES 09 9F.NAt.KS. ooaidtf Goal and Wood 1 -AT TUB LOWEST PRICES FOR CASE, DELIVERED TO AST PART OP TUE CJTT, AT SHORT MOTILE. Our Goal Is of the very Bfc.ST quality, and war ranted to give satisfaction. -ALBO, FOR SAL*: All Kind* of Hard and Soft Wood. The Public are Invited to give us a oall, as we ar« ; bound to give satisfaction to ill who tmvor ns with their custom. OFFICE NO. 49 COMMERCIAL STREET. RANDALL A McALLISTEH ».rtOi» _ VS. MOTHS! I*h ‘ dense vapors emanating from Arcs tiling to im-ect I f# This comrouid Cam phor will Barely kill moths; its ingredients of Frank - incense Vetiver. Ac., produce quick death to all in sects breathing through theft skins. Cheap, ctfl cieut. and of sweet odors. Do not risk your valua ble Furs, and nice Woolens without it by all Druggists, town and country, i.ach pickrgt tears the address of the a akcr.-, IHRRIS& CHAI'M A\. j may 24 lour Boston. Voticc. milK firm heretofore existing under the namo of 1 A Bouu>b A Winbbip, is this day UiasolveJ by mutual ooi.» nt. Portland, Maytlst, 1HJ4. The business of S'ating will be continued bv the anbsoriber, at No. 29 Temple »‘reot; residence No. 17 Green street. CANSELO WINS HIP. iua>26d!w* MISCELLANEOUS. FOR A FEW WEEKS ONLY. Great& Unreserved Sale -or UOOP SKIUIS! -AND FANCY GOODS! Fitzgerald & Hodsdon, 166 Middle St., Portland, Me. AITIR thirteen vein of experience in the whole •ale an 1 retail Fancy Oowi* trace, we a*e satia ted (and consult no o*here) that the best policy **!• 4Utck return# and igkl profit#.'* Acting am the the above policy, we now offer our who e and entire •took, (with a tew exceptional at a grtat redactsoa from our former prices. f — • READ! READ!READ!READ! “The Peerless,*’ Forget it Not! 20 Hoop., duped on every Spring, .75 85 - - “ *• I.S6 40 ** “ •• •• LSI OM Fogle*, Quote Tour Price* I “The Morning Star!** 16 Hoop*, soron tape# o'uwd and glued, 69 *0 S M I, ,i u ^ 96 “ " “ * “ xib 90 •• “ •* i,N JOB LOT LADIES' Heavy Wire Skirts, 49 ets. each. Hosiery, Gloves, -And Sun Umbrellas! Ladies’ Cotton Hone, Irons IS to iScU. Children's(“ “ ** 13 toilets. OLOVBBt LADIES, tkr ltr$t Aftorlmenl is Portion A fr ss 13 omit loti 00. SUE UMBBELLAS-OO BtMrA BUkn. from AIM to 99,(0. Yankee lotion* at oor usual low prioea CORSETS, CORSETS! WtBataTBD WSALISvSS, OaLT 61.(0. Lsdiio, call aadsoe as' we hare not failed, clear ed oat. or sold oat: bat will be (bead at oor eM stand. No. lot Middle street. Dahlia Shirt and Finer Goods store, where we, as hsrolotor*. coufiaaa to manufaciute our justly calsbrated skirt, la which thousands of ladies ia Portland and riaiaity can testify. Fitxubbald k lloocDoa, Dahlia Skirts and Faasy Goods, No 1>« Middle street Portland, Mo. N.B. Corsets sud Skirts mode to order. __maytdlm WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS MANUFACTURE'* BLOCK. U NION STREET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, ■**rrtoTcaaa or Steam Kufines. Stcsm Boilers, ShaRia, Pal*/* Gaariu,, and all kinds of Maehlnoy klto Low aud Huh Prassaro a'eam Heating Ay paratu- lor Faetorire. Pahl.a Buildiars aud Dwelling Houses la this De par.meat the ss ablishrnrat has boon uacommonlv sacaewfai. • Siesta Cooks. Valves W bisilos, and Sts am. Water and Gas Pipe and connect ions furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and laitkfa’lr Done la ooaa -ciioa with the abort establishment is an Iron Foandry, with a largo assortment of patterns tad a Planing Mill, where wood planing of all kinds mar ho done._ asildil FOB SALE, Cheap for Cash! A SUIT VARIETY 09 CXILDREB’S CARRIAGES, Bird Cage*, Rock! as Horse*, - Ladies Wo>k aad Traveling Basket*, Tor*, Bat bio*. t*OST MON AIKS. LADIES' KMT1CI LK8 AND BAGS. DRl MS. VIOLINS. GUITARS. VIOLIN STRINGS, WKIT1NO EESKS. WORK BOXES, ko. — ST — W. D. ROBINSON. SO Exchange St. ■ :b|4 9m Ice Crcaiu ! Ice Cream ! ! At Brown’s Oyster and Ice Cream Saloon, No. IS] aad 134 Excbaage St., Opposite lb* luternatioaal Mouse. aatltlf The Cabinet Organs HADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the host instrument* of their claa* m the world. Ncarlv all the must pruminen* artists in tie et unti > have, * mu writtcu testimony totbl* r fleet, and ihe » instruments are iu constant use in the eon certs the most d.»ti**uished artist* -a* t.ottschalk nad others—ns well a* iu the o era* in the priuc pal cui ! ie«. whenever sach Ins’rumeu's are reou rtd. I’rk** f «5 to I'iW each. Tbwe isd'um< n*s may I e fou» a at the Mus c koom* of the subscriber, where iHfcy will be sold at the inaunfacturtra' p. ices. II. H. KDWAKUH, No. 249} Stewart', Biook, Uo*gre.e St. eprUdt* CITV OF PORTLAND. THE committee un Highway, Ac., will receive aeale.1 proposals for fnrnt.hjug tea thon.ai ■! i tou* Sea Island pariag stores during the mo*th» < t May June *ui July—tqual quantities each montl . I The parti.', proposing will please tale what pnrth, t ofea d etones—if less than the whole >moul t—lh. r wilir«rue‘i*e above. I’ropnsala w II be recei'i I uu.il June 3d, lls.4 The 04.aiuiiU«e reserve the Hgl t to relect any or all proporals not deemed lurlhiia. terot of the city. l\r order. J. K DONNELL, Chairman. > April 19th, 1364. *p» db.td

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