Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 4, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 4, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY —— ' " .. ' ■— ii -■ - . . VOLUME III. PORTLAND, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 4, 1864. WHOLE NO 697~"' PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN. Editor, it published at Not 82f E1CUAKGE STREET,b] N. A. FOSTER & CO. The Portland Dailt Press is published at *8 (X per year; if paid strictly in advance, a discount o • l.'Vt will be made-. Single copies throe oents. Tub >1 ai«e$tatb Pressit published every Thurs day morning,at $2.00 per annum, in advanoo; 82.21 If piid withiu nix months; and 82.60, if payment b< delayed beyond the year. HhUs of Advertising: One inch of space in length of oolninn, constitute) a ''H^DARU.” •1.50 per square daily first week; 76 cents per weel after; taroe insertions or lets, 81.00; continuing eve ry oUior day after first week, 60 cents. Half square, three insertions or loss. 76 oents; one week, 81.00; 60 cents per week after. 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(Under tUe above title ' Pooch's Fockot Book" for 18d* publisties tbo following capital ratiro upon the "sensation” stories of tbe day.] The honeymoon was over, and the Hon. Chirk Gobowen and hia beautifui bride, nee Caroline de Corwan* lounged languidly over diuuL-r at the Vulture Hotel, Gwymmypylly myueeb. It commands a view ol the lovely lakes of Lampeter, Bala and Ellesmere, and with the triple peaks of .Snowdon in the back ground, and the tierce ruggedness of Mold be low, the scene is unequaled save in the North American Pampas. But the young couple heeded it not. “The worst dinner I ever ate,” said Mr. Gobowen, discontentedly. “It is very bad,” said Mrs. Gobowen; “but I thiuk the dinner on our wedding day was even more disagreeable.” “Very good of you to say so, I'm sure," said her handswmc husband, with an evil glance. “I say what I mean, Chirk,” was the cold reply. "li that is the case,” said Mr. Gobowen, “it seems to me that we've been aud made a sort ol—well, a mistake, aud the soouer we repair it the better." “I'th agreeable,” said the lion. Mrs. Gobo wen with a smile. “Blest if you are," retorted her husband; “but never rniud that now. We had better separate.” “Separate, indeed,” said Caroline, “that would be pleasant for me, wouldn't it? No indeed, no half measures lor me,” said tbe beautiful young wife, filling her glass with what is called claret at the Vulture, or at all event* charged for as claret, amt tue uesL “Well, what’s your whole measure then?” asked her husband, curiously. “Our marriage was a mistake. All run away marriages are. X am heartily tired of you. 1 have heard all your stories, and all your travels, aud—in short you bore me.” “I reciprocate the sentiment,”said Mr. Gob owen. “1 have heard all your songs, and your voice is not what I used to think it, and really your accounts of all the rubbishing novels you have ever read have their merits, but they »re n-t particularly interesting. What's to be done ■ ukt’s destroy all evidence of our marriage, and go hack into society. I am supposed to have been on o visit to my aunt, Lady Gum dragon. She will not dare to contradiet me, as I know of several murders which she has committed to get at the title, and also the se cret of her enamel. You have been — what does it matter where a man hits been ?” “My uucle, the Secretary for the Buoys and Beacons, knows of our escapade,” said Mr. Gobowen. “because I borrowed a couple of hundred of him at starting, but he won’t tell because I am aware of some forgeries he com mitted in order to become a minister. So all is sale. Here's the marriage certificate. Tear it, and i’ll look in Bradshaw to see how you can get across the country to your auut’s.” “Arc you a fool?” said the lovely Caroline Gobowen. “I was one day, about a month back,” said Chirk. * aue was too proud to reply to the taunt, but proceeded. “Is there not a copy of that certificate in the books of the church at Eisteddfod?” “By Jotc, yes. That’s awkward.” “Not at all, if you have the ordinary cour age and energy of a man.” “I believe I have both.” “Then burn the church.” The lire in her radiant eyes seemed to light up a kindred ray in his. lie seized his hat, box of cigar lights, and gloves, nodded to her aud departed. little old church of Eisteddfod, built by Owen Glendower, and famous as the scene ot the marriage between Edward of Carnaervon and Catherine 1'arr. was a mass of smouldering embers. Mr. Gilbert Scott, the great eccle siastical architect, could eat no lunch that day, he was so sbocksd, and was scarcely comforted by receiving instructions to make . another church exactly like the old one. “I have done It,” said the Hon. Mr. Gobo wen os he re-entered the room at the Vulture, and found his wife, as we will still call her, smoothing her lovely hair at the glass, having just taken off her bonnet. “Yes, I saw the fire,” she replied, cooly. “Aye, it isn’t my nature to he idle. I went after you by the next train, and ascertained tliat you might have spared that lovely little church which I wished 1 had sketched.” “What do you mean?” “The clergyman of Eisteddfod, his name is the Kev. Morgau-ap-Joues, keeps the regis ter books in his own house.” Mr. Gobowen launched a fearful observa tion directed against the Welsh clergy gener ally. “That sort of language is of no use," said his wife; “you ehould have burned the rec tory.” “Of course I would if I had known.” “If,” repeated Caroline Gobowen, with bit ter sarcasm. “Stay here and smoke your ci gars. It is all you are tit for.” She put on her bonnet as carefully as if she was going to meet some woman whom she hated, and was gone. A few days afterwards the Bangor Banger contained the following paragraph: “Our fair readers cannot be too cautious what servants they engage. The. ltev. Mor gan ap-Jones, the respected minister^ of Eis teddfod, recently engaged a nursery maid, who came to him with the highest written character. Yesterday she disappeared, and the whole of the registers of the church from the year 1397, disappeared also. Our one po lieeman, the intelligent and respected David Williams, says he thinks it very odd, but de clines at preseut to say more. Should any thing transpire, our readers shall hear of it next month.” “ Well ?” said the honorable Chick Gobowen, on the third day after, as his wife came in, wmi a proud naan ou ner lair nrow. "That is just the word,” she said,“I bought some lead, wrapped the books iu it, and dropped them down into the well at the bot tom of the garden. It is said to be unfathom able.” Then the truth won't get to the bottom of the well, where she usually lies,” said Chick. “Not bad for you,” said Caroline Gob owen. " Thank you. But it is now my turn to ask where are your wits ? You forgot the witness es to the wedding.” “Bother, so I did,” said Mrs. Gobowen.— “Orson is endowed with reason. There were Mr. Jones, the clerk, the beadle, and the pew opener.” “Le (liable a quartre,” said Chick. She tapped her tiny foot impatiently in thought. “I could hardly escape detection at the rec tory,” she said; "but if you managed the par son I would answer for the other three.” “No, we’ll divide equally, like man and wife.’ said Chick. buiueiniug like kindness beamed in her smile tA ladv is not usually nee with a W* the authoresses wiU Usve it so. for a second, but it was repressed. There wsi stern work before them. Aud they did it, that brave, high-blooded young couple. The ltev. Mr. Ap-Juues, lured from his rectory by a supposed smuggler who promised the clergyman a cask of illegal brandy, if he would fetch it from a ueighbor - iug forest, was found a month afterwards at the bottom of a coal-pit, nine thousand feet deep, but without the brandy. The clerk, Timothy Roberts, set out to Llangollou to see a wealthy eleventh cousin, who had sent for him to come to diuuer, aud lie forgiven for be ing poor. This cousin’s dinuer he never ate, but the fishes of the Dee ate him—how they were helped to him an athletic young fisher man, who bad been consulting him about the most killing tackle, might have told, but nev er did. The beadle was found by the roadside, at a spot to which he had gone, as relieving oliicer of Eisteddfod, to see a child which a beggar woman, calling at his house, requested him to come and remove to the work-house aud in bis hand was a metal cup from a trav eling flask. The cup had contained whisky and something else, which the coroner sent to Dr. Alfred Taylor, but what was the use? Thar pew-opener, who had been rendered su perstitious by the number of ghosts she had seen in the old church, was simply frightened to death by a female apparition with phospho ric eyes aud status of blood upon her garment, that rushed at her one night in her own gar den, and shrieked, “Who stole the velvet cov ered hymn book ?” The four witnesses were gone. “We are not safe, yet, dear,” said Caroline to her husband, as Ifey wandered by the Sil ver Severn, at its confluence with the Thames, and watching the salmon leaping from the sparkling pools. There was almost a tender ness iu her voice, for the was learning to re spect her husband. These children take a deal of separating,” said Chick, laughing. “ We’ve burned a church, robbed a parsonage, and cooled the gooses of four respectable individuals and yet we can not sever the knot. What's up, now?” ”l)o you remember,” she said playfully, “or were you too busy looking at somebody e'se, that during the ceremony there were two pews lull of charity children?” ”So there were. And any of those might identify either of us. I always thought, with Mr. Gladstone, that charities are a mistake.— Confound the catechetical brats. This requires thought.” ”1 have given it thought, silly one.” Kisteddfod was in some measure consoled under its misfortunes. It was much talked about, which is joy and delight to a provin cial place. More. A most benevolent stranger, attracted by the noise of the catastrophe, came and settled at a cottage near the town, and seemed to ljye only tojdo good. His dress was of the old school, blue coat, brass buttons, and leather breeches. He wore a Urge hat, under which bis beautiful white hair fell voluminously on bis revered shoul ders. Money was no object; be relieved the poor, assisted the new clergyman, promised Mr. Gilbert Scott six memorial windows, re paired bouses for the poor, and in short was Monte Christo and Howard in one. But the children were his chief care. He had a large barge built, with a cablu, and in this he used to treat the charity children to delightful jaunts on the river Treat, with buns, mar malade and ginger beer. One day when the whole school was out with him, lie was no ticed turning a handle that seemed to work on something at the bottom of the boat. Ten miuuU-s later the barge went down in twenty feet of water. There were no signs of the good old man, but a slightly dressed and very handsome youug man was seen running along the bank in the direction of a small railway station. The charity school had disappeared. “And now, love,” said Chirk Gobowen, looking into the beautiful eyes ot bis wife, ae have done all aDd may be calm and hap py for the rest ot our lives. Now we can ar range our separation.” “Y—s, if you wish it," said Caroline, with somethidg of a wistful look. “You dwsTt?” he said, softly. “1 >o yotr wish me to say yes ?” “No.” And the young husband and wife were in each other's arms. May they be happy 1 Taught energy and resolution by early trial, taught mutual con fidence by the necessity of conjugal trust, why should they not be happy * They had learned to know one another, and the sweet evening stai that shone mildly down on their re-union seemed to them a harbinger of bless ed and virtuous days to come. Special Notice TO SHOE DEALERS. THE Subscriber would respretfu ly call tba a!ton lion ot retail shoe dealers having location* lor the Rale of la'lie*’ boot*, to the superiority of the good* manufactured by him He hai been engaged In the manufacture and vale of ladle*’ boot* and • hoes for the last thirty year* In Boston ; and there are few shoe-dealer* in New England who have not heard of John Kimba 1, bool and shoe dealer, and inventor of what is called the Kimball Laat, former ly 0!43 Tremont How, Boston. Ilia long experience as a manufacturer will euable him to furnish a better fitting boot than can tie found eleewhere in the Staff*, and he ia now supplying the beat retail atorea in Boston In order to make It an objeot for some well established dealer, having a good share of the best class of trade, he will give an obligation for one year or more, to sell to one firm only, in any city or town. One great advantage in this arrangement i*. that a larger stock and variety can be kept, which will call a larger number of beet class customer* to any atore having the aubecriber’s good*. JOHN KIMBALL, 2. HAWKINS ST., BOSTON, MASS juneldlw Copartnership Notice, -AND BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT T1IK subscriber* bavin* on the 7th day of May formed a copartnership under the name of McCarthy k Berry, For the purpose of carrying ontba BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS In all its branches, and haring all the facilities for get- ing np flrst class work for gentlemen end lad lee, wear, are now ready to execute all orders with neat ne«' and dispatch Our work will be made of the best of imported stock, by the best of workmen, and warranted to give periect satisfection It is our aim that eur work shall not be second to any in the Unit ed States. Wc have also completed a stock of ready-made work of the tiret quality, for Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children’s Wear, JSelected from New York and Boston markets Our Ladles' work is from the celebrated hurts Manufactory of New York. I or t, cut lemon's wear we have the beet assortment ever offered for sale io this city j sucli as line French l’atont Leather Boots; tilov* ( alf and Calf Con gress for gentlemen's wear; l’ateut leather Con grats, and < alf < ongress Balmoral, and t sw French Buck;e Boots. li we you seen the new style ( ItlMl’KD-FRONT BUCKLE BOOT, new made by McCarthy k Ber ry! For neatness comlort and beauty, it surpess-e anything over got up io this city. Call and see it; samples always uu hand at the old stand ol M Sic i Carthy. McCarthy a berry, No. 00 Exchange Street. jureldtl FANCY GOODS HOUSE, Wholsiilt, H. MERRILL, No 131 Middle 8tre«t,( upstairs,)Portland, Main*. W'V Twist, Buttons. Bindings. Threads, Pins, Tniyiagt Btationery, Lacings, Tape, Elastics, Beits, Combs, Suspenders, Toys, he. TAILORS' TRIM MIR US. mchleod3m notice. THE proprietor* of Portland Long Wharf are hereby notified, that the annual meeting of said proprietors will be held at the counting Uoorn of D f. Chase, head of Long Wharf, on Mouday, the 6th day of Juoe next, at 8 o’clock P. M., for the follow ing purpose*, vix: 1st-To choose a Moderator. 2nd—To choose Clerk, Treasurer and Wharfencer. 8d—To choose a standing Wharf Committee, and such other committees a* may be neccssory to man age the affa r* of the aharf; also to transact any other business that may come before them at said mee'iug ElIPHALET WEliStfER, Clerk of Proprietors of Portland Long Wharf. MaySO.-dtd TO SHIP B11LDER8. P. S. & J. B. HUCKINS, COM VIIS81 ON MEBCH ANTS, and whole.air and retail dealer. In Ship Timber iiuPum. Have fur ule at their Wharf, Central Squari E..t HeI8T<IN. 260.0(10 Loctut and Oak Treenail), 2,000 Hackmatack A'ncet. planed. Al.o White Oar Plank ami Timber,Chbetniit Boards and Plank White Pine. Dara-Plane, A. Particular at tention paid to Furnishing Oak Plank by the Cargo mch24 d ,'i ru notice” rpHE proprietor, of Maine Wharf are hereby A notlged that their Annual Meeting will be held at tb. uflioe of Klia. Thomas. No. 41 Kxohauge street, Portland, on .Vandat. June *th, 1864, at 3 o’clock r. *”r *be ohoiee ot Officers, and the transaction of any ather business that may legally come before «>“■ . . . GEORGE A. THUMAS, P erk. rorUand, Maf 10, W64. aaayAdtd CLOTHING. ANOTHER VICTORYI THE GOOD TIME HAS (01! THE good time coming has come at last, and we are now prepared to offer to the citizens of th5* city and thecouutry, the largest aud finest selected stock of Fasliionatole KEADY-MADE CLOTHING XIEII OFFillSI) IS THIS STATE. Old Fogy System Done Away With! And we have established A Hew Order ot Things ! By selling our goods at a SMALL PROFIT, And Selling Large Quantities, Instead of piling them en the shelves to be shop worn. waiting to make 100 percent. We have our goods made Kxi'uaeaLY for us, be ing connected with a large Manufacturing Establishment in Boston, And our chief aim is to produce the very latest and most t ashionable styles, As well a« the most tasteful akd durable. Wear© receiving new Gv*odb daily. No shop worn goods remain on oar hands, but everything is fresh and now. T he attention of the public is particularly called to our % NEW ESTABLISHMENT, Whore ean be found all the choices styles and finest goods from both the Old World and the New. V.B.TOPPANfcCO., 124 Middle St. Portland, May 20, ]80». may20oodlm REMOVAL. JOSIAH BURLEIGH BAS BEMOTUD TO NEW STORE, EVANS9 BLOCK, Nos. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGHj Wholesale and Retail Dealer in C otking,C otks, Tailors’ Trimmings, -AKD GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, No*. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BVRLEIliH, ▲gent for Grover A Baker’s celebrated Sewing Maeliinea, No*. 141 & 143 Middle 8treet. NATHAN GOOLD Will My to his friends that he may be found at Bur* leigh's.No. 141 k 143 Middle street, w here he will be pleased to wait upon his former customers. Portland. March 24. 1964. dtf Spring A Summer Stock -of FASHIONABLE GOODS, -f»*r COATS, PANTALOONS AND VESTS. Purchased from the best assortments, for cash, in Now York, and Boston, may be found at the store of WILLIAM C.BECKETT Merchant Tailor, Nl , 137 Middle Street. 8<>nle of these Goods, which have been recently imported, differ much in oolor, texture and buian from the styles that have continued in vogue tor a year or two past, and are considered very elegant. Beside* these and other Goods. —comprising all the varieties for fashionable wear, at the same place may be found a good supply of Klaadard U« rasa, French, and Eaglish Braadciaths ai d l)or ftkias, for genteel suits; together with styles of Teatiaga selected with a view to suit all tastes. All the near styles for Gentlemen’s wear, whether for Dress ouits or a Business Outfits received in their saasons, together with plates of the latest styles of Cutting and Finishing Cyi'ho best trimmings always on hand. QT No. 137 Middle Street. JB maylldfw JUST RECEIVED 1 ftOLLWS k BOM), HAVING refitted their store and received a large assortment of ELEGANT STYLES -OF C LOTUS! ARE PREPARED TO Show Them to Their Custoners. Also, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, In (.rent Variety, -AT 95 ]VIidcllo Street. _ may9tf SPRING OWNING’. A. D. REEVES, TAILOR A DRAPER 98 Exchange St., WOULD respectfully inform his friendeand 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 Lonrest l ash Prices. , Tub Ladies are respectfully reminded that Rid ing Habits, Zouave Jackets, and Fancy Waists are cut aud midu at this establishment in a style which cannot fail to please them. Military a wo Naval Offk iba are here fit ted out in true Rcyulati m Style. To Fitting out Boys in the meat becoming and durable garments, special attention is given. Dress Coats, Pants. Vests, and Business Suits, Made to order and warranted Good Fit*. Mr Keevea assure* his customer* that his work is made not only in the highest ryleof fashion, but in the most thorough and workm anlike manner. The Public are invited to visit this Emporium °f Kaahiom, and see it the facts do not fully come up to this Manifesto maylUdlm Spring and Summer Goods! P. B. FROST, Merchant Tailor, 94Exchange St., Having returned from New York and Boiton with the beat assort moot and newest htylea of English. French, ticrninn, Scotch and American 4'loih*, Embracing all the deeirablr STYLES, SHADES and FINISH to be found in the market, suitable for BU8INKSS 8UIT8. LNGL1MI WALKING COATS, Spring OVERCOATS and DKKSS SUITS. Nice Vesting, Army and Navy Cloths. Every pains will be taken to giveentiresatiefaction in FITTING, workmanship and price#. CLOTHS FOR BOVS* WEAR, Particular attention given to Cutting A Manufacturing Boy’* Clothing mcU Steod3m MISCELLANEOUS. ILS. 10-40 LOAN \ FIRST AATIOWI, ll\\k -OF RORTRANR, DESIGNATED REPOSITORY -OF THE UNITED STATES. This Bank is prepared to receive] subscriptions for the new “TEN FORTY LOAN,” which is dated Uarch 1,1^64, bearing intereitat five per cent, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN, redeemable at the pleasure of the Government alter ten years, and payable In forty years from date. Interest on Bonds not over one hundred dollars payable annually, aud on all other Bonds semi annually. Bonds can be bad in sizes of $50, $100, $500, $1000. WM. EDW. GOULD, mch31 dtf Cashier. FEUCHTWANGER & ZUNDER, NO, SI MIDDLE STREET, (FOX BLOCK ), Are Again in the Field - WITH Divisions, Brigades & Regiments! -or NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS! FOB THE SPUINiO. Ladies of Portland and vicinity are respectfully invited to call and see the many beautiful styles ol Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods Jl'SI RECEIVED! Also, the great variety House Furnishing Goods ! Such as Brown and Bleached Cotton Sheetings and Shirtings, Table Linens, Drillings, Tickings, Doaims, Stripes, Ac. Also, just receiviug, the latest styles ol handsome Spring Balmoral Shirts And the most fashionable SPRIKO SHAWLS. A complete stock of CI.OTHH AND C ASSI.RE R ES, FOR BOVS' AND MEN'S WEAR. CLOAKINGS! CLOAKINGS!! An elegant assortment. We are juat ready to manu facture to measure, at the ahortest notice, any of the new and desirable Spring Cloaks. Warsented to suit. FEUCHTWANCEK A ZUNDER, (FOX BLOCK), NO. 81 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND, Maim. P.8.—Ladies need not ask for goods from tba wrecked steamship Bohemian, as we have none but soand and fresh goods, which we warrant as such, aprltf Great News! Important News! IVT. Bradt &c, Co., No. 20 Market Fq ime, HAVE lately arrived In Portland, and arc now ready to exhibit to the citizens of this city and surrounding towns, their entirely new and elegant stock of Qas Fixtures, Of the very latest styles, consisting of Parlor and Sitting Room Chandeliers, Dining Room and Ilall Light*, Store Pendents, Hrarkele, Portables, die. Also s very One assortment of Kerosene Lamps, (ias and Lamp Shades, of the latest improiemnts, tilobes, C himneys, and all sorts of Oas Kittikob, Lsmp andand Lantern Irimming. Also on hand, Shaw's Patent Oas Cooking Apparatus., Of all kinds. They will sell all of the above goods at the very lowest Boston and New York price foe cash. Particular attention will he paid to Gas FlTTlVO, Repairing. Bronzino and Gildiso ol Chandeliers, Lamps, and Bronze Ornaments < f ail descriptions, in the very highest style of the art, and wil. warrant all their work to be perfect. Plbabb call awo nek Leave your orders for Gas Fitting or Repairing at the store. M. HUADT. If. WHtTBLET’s Portland. May 10, 1864. maylOdtf GRANT S COFFEE & 8PICK MILLS. ORIGINAL ESTABLISHMENT. a . (J-R A N T, Whole.il. Dealer in all kinda of COFFEE, SPICES, Snltrratns & Cream Tartar, ti'ttc Coffee and Spice Still,, 13 and 16 Union ttreet, Portland, Me. Coffee and Spices put up for the trade, with any address, in all variety ul packages, and warranted as represented. Coffee roasted and ground for the trade at short notice. Ef^All gcodi entrusted at the owner'* risk. _raarchlOdtf NEW ORLEANS. S. D. MOODY 8r. CO.J Ooimninaion Merchant, 07 Tchoupi toula* St . New Orient*. La. Reference Baker k Morrill, Boston; Franklin Snow k Co., Boston; Wise % Russell. Boston ; C. Nickerson k Co., N. 1.; Rirh k, Co., St. Louis. tST* Particular attention given to Consignments gf vessels, Lumber, Hay, Oats, tfc. mch23 u3m mm REDUCED RATEST IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS -TO TH* West, North We3t & South West! W. D. LITTLE. IS Agent for all the great leading route* to Chica go, Cincinnati. Cleveland, Detroit. Milwaukie, dalena, Oskosh, St. Paul, LaCrosse, dn-en Bay. Quincy. St. Louis, Louisville, Indituapoli*. Cairo, etc., etc., and is prepared to turnisii 111 not on Tick ms from Portland to all the principal cities and towns in the loyal State* and Canada*, at the lowest rates of lare, and all needful information cheerful'}' granted. Travelers will find it greatly to their advantage to procure their tickets at the Uuion Tieket Office, 31 Exchange Street, {UP STAIRS.) W. 1>. LITTLE, Agent, Passengers for California, by the Old Line Mail Steamer and Panama Railroad, may be secured by earlv application at this office. Tickets to Montreal and Quebec and return (via the draud t runk Railway) may be obtained at this agency on favorable terms. inay2Cdfcwtl THE BOSTON FIRE BRICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works, .T94 Federal street, office aud Warehouse 13 Liberty Square aud 7 Battery inarch bt, manufacture Fire Brick, all shapes and sizes, for furnaces required to •tana the most iutenve heat alsj Furnace Blocks aud Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers’Oven and Green-house Tiles. Clay R -torts aud necessary Tiles to set them, Fire Cement, FireClay and Kaolin. The undersigned will give their special attention that all orders tor the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMES E MONO &< O. Selling Agents, 13 Liberty Square, Boston, inch 11 eodGm A. T. C. DODGE. ^Pension, War Claim, OENERAL BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL AGENT, No. 640^-ennsrlv.nim j WASHINGTON, D. C., jy Will attend to Collections, Consignments, Ac., i in Baltimore, Md., Alexandria, Va., and General i Commi-sion Business in Georgetown and Washing ton, li. C Address, A. T. C. I>Oilye, JIojc 117J,lVa»hlnytun, D. C-, EKKKKEH KS : Gen. Samuel Veazie, I’resideut Veazie Bank, Ban for, Me.; Messrs. Albert Webb A Co., Merchants, ortland. Me.; Messrs. Blagge A Soper, Merchants, Boston, Mass. way21 d2w BUSINESS CARDS. BRADLEV, MOl'LTON AROCKUS, Wholesale Dealers in Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Thomas Block, ROBERT BRALET,1 ».* hocLToN, [ PORTLAND, ME. A. G. ROGERS. ) msySdtf W. W. CARR & CO., Having taken the Fruit Storo formerly ocoupied b> a. SAWYER. Wo. S Exchange Street, Are prepared to offer to the trade a lane and well ■eleoted-took of Foreign and Domestic Fruit I Wholesale and Retail Oraniet. Sprare Guns* Leseacta Lem*we. Canary Bred, fondles. Limes, Lemon Syrup, Honey, Prunes, Cocoa Nats. Figs. Cllraa, Nats, all kinds, Dates, Ollroe, Raisins. Tobacco, Sardines, Cigars, raaey Candles of all descrlptlaa. oote dtf IRA WINN, Agent, N”o. 11 Union St., If prepared to furnish STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, of various sizes and patterns, foMripeiMriitiro, lill twiii Skifiiw, f«ll«yi,*c. Libbt Houea Work of all descriptions. and ail kinds of work required in building koUTlPlCATIOHS. IronStairs and other Architectural Work. Houses stores, and other buildings, fitted with Has and steam in the beet manner. In connection with the above is an Iron Foundry, with a large assortment of Patterns, to which the attention of Machinists, Millwrights.and Shin.Build, ers is invited—and all kinds ol Castings furnished at short notice. „BT*Orders for Machine Jobbing, Patterns and rorgings, promptly executed. ocidtf SINUEK’S SEWING MACHINES! WOODniN, TRITE * CO., AQENTB, !!•». (4 and ••.Middle Street. needles and lrlmmiagi always on hand. mehlStf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, DENTIST, No. 175 Middl Street. KBfixnoM.Dn. Baoom und Builii. Portluud, May 16,1843. 1/ Dr. J. U. HEALD HAVING diepoeed of hi« entire intereet in hi! Offloe to Dr. 8.C FKRNALD, would cheorfiilly recoommend him to hie former patleute and the pno .ic. Dr. Fkkvald, from long experience. I§ prepar ed to ineert Artificial Teeth on the" Vulcanite Baee," and all other method! known to the profoeeion. Portland. May 26.1MJ tf JOHN F. SHERRY j Hair Cutter and Wig Maker, No. U Market Square,Port' tnd, (ap ataira.) V~Separate room for Ladioa' and Children'! Hall Cutting. A good atock of Wige, Half-Wig*. Banda. Bralde, Carla, Friaetta, Fade, Kolia, Crimping Boarda, bo., bo., oonatantly on hand t*22’SS dly WOOD AM) COAL CHEAP FOR CASH ! $9.50. CHEAP COAL. $9.50 PRIME LOT CHESTNUT COAL 29.50 V TON, SPRING MOUNTAIN, I.F.HK.H. HKZILTON, SUGAR LOAF, OLD COMPANY LKHIGU. LO CUST MOUNTAIN JOHNS, DIAMOND, WEB8 TKR and BI-ACK HEATH. Tbaae Coala are of the rery beat quality, well acreened and pioked, and warranted to give aatlafaction. Alao for eale beat of HARD AMD SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Dynes Conwaacia L St., head of Franklin Wharf. 8. ROUNDS A SON. feblS dly WARRE.VS I.T1FOKYED FIHE AND WATERPROOF FELT COMPOSITION, -AID G-ravel Roofing J'OR FLAT ROOFS. E. HERSEY, Agent, Jan26 dtf No. 16 Union Street. ALBERT WEBB & CO, -DBALwma in Corn, Flour apd Grain, HRAD or MKKKILL-8 WHARF, Cantrahl Sirwi,. • Par (land. Ma. laOtf Colley, Burnham & Co., Cabinet Makers and tpholsterers, 338, Congress Street, AKE prepared to do all kinds of Cabinet and Up* holatery work, at the shortest noTOe. All kinds of Furniture, Lounges A OTnttresses —constantly on hand le. R. The publio are invited to call and examine. n>*'h4 dtf JOHN F. ASDEBSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COUHAN BLOCK, mcbKd&wtf Tn»rn Stukkt. Scotch Canvaw, -FOB SALB BT JAMES T. PATTEN & CO., Balk, He. BOLTS Superior Bleached ) SOUdoAII Loag Hex “<ior-1 , ermneiu contract," i 800 do Kxtra All Long flax | Arbroath. 800 do Navy Fine j Delivered In Portland or Bov tot. Bath. April 10.1888 * apHdtf M. PEARS ON, Silver Plater, AND MANUFACTURER OF SILVER WARE, 238 Congress St., Opp. Court House Portland,Me. All kinds of WAKE, such ss Knives, korks, 8poons. Cake Baskets, Castors, Ac , piated in the best manner. Alrfo, REPAIRING and RE-FINISHING Old Silver Ware. jan29 d6m REMOVAL. UK. NEWTON HA 8 removed hit residence to \o. 37 Middle Street, corner of Franklin streot. Office as heretofore, Aro. 115 Exchange Street, is Noble’s Block, up stairs. Office hours lYom 9 to 10 A. M., from 3 to 3. and from S to 9 o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with general practice, to give special attention to DISEASES OF FEMALES OoSldtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, P 1^ IT 31 B E JEt! MAKER OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 1“44 EXCII4NGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold and Shower Hath*, Wash Howls, Brass A Silver Plated Cocks, INVERT description of Water Fixture* for Dwel j ling Houses, Hotels, Public Buildings, Shop*, Ac , arranged and set up in the be*t manner, and all orders in town or country faithfully executed. All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to. Constantly on hand LEAD PIPES, SHEET LEAD and BEER PUMPS of all descriptions. ap9 dtf WANTS, LOST, FOUND Lose. / Frida} evening 1 out, a < .old Locket and Chain, ' ” tlther in hanesfiter tla!l,« run.the way to lu nia Htreet. The Locket comaii * two pictures, and “•p”1® °f the owueron the » utpide I ne nnd< r w ill«orf*r a great favor on the owner, py Maying it ut the l're-w ollice, besides being puita Ny rewarded. junelecdlw C ompositors WanKtl. ASIomw0^^, f mu ale compositors will , oconetautemploymeut. ami thefa cheat ratri paid iBtbecltjr, ooapp!i«aiio. at Tuls OFFICE. majUdtl House Wanted. WANTED to pnreha-e p*r i im, n convenient Umtfeaui able lor a >milt iimity, uith uiual convenience*, centrally and peaeautly located — Price not to exceed *3.060. Adore** ■Taylor” at the freer Office maylStf Hoard. SUMS of Room*, with Board, can be obtained fay applying immediately at 31 Danfortb atreet. May lltb. _ maylidtf KKIVAKO. I Will pay Fifty Dollar* reward to any person who will give information leading.to toe teeov eryoHhn property atolen lrom the StaLle of Capt J. B. Coyle, iu Westbrook, on the night of the 22d inst. 1 will also pay F'iftv Do] ars to any person giv ing snch information as will lead to the detection of the thief or thieves. JOUN -S llr.ALD. , City Marshal. Portland, April 80,18*54. aprUOdtf Wauled. A Female Pastry Cook at Darton'sOyater Saloon. 233, Congress 8t. apl6tf J. W. SVKE*, Purchaser lor Eastern Account or LOCK, (5R AIN, SEEDS. PROVISIONS, LARD, BITITF.U and WLsTKKN PttODCCR generally. Particular attention given to shipping by quickest and oheapeet roatss. No. 162 SOL I U WA'i Lit ST. P. O. Box 471. Chicago, Illinois. Rxtkexivck*—Messrs Maynard 4 Sons; U ft w Chickenng: C. ii. Cummings ft Co.; S. ti.Uowdlear ALo.i diaries A. Stone; Uallutt, Davis ft Co., oi Boston, Mae*. Cashier Lillet Bank. Boston. J.N. Bacon. Lsq , President Newton Bank, .iewtou. C. B. t oti.ti. Warren Lilia * Hone, New York City. _Jy9’63dly. 7 A. & S. SHGRTLEFF & CO., NOS. SI A 50 UIIFDI.E STREET, Portland. Flanufactarcrs and Dealers in Men’* Boys’ and Youth’* Thick, Kip and Caif Boots, Women’* Misses and Uhtidran’* Goat, Kid Riid Cair Balmorals, ttubbera. Shoe btocJt, Findings, Ac, WIXfl our supe rior facilities for manufacturing, ▼ ▼ ami a large experience in the hutiueitfl, we we are abi#to«eil low ».«iu Boston or elsewhere. Dealers are respect folly invited! to call and ex* amine our stock before purchasing. sar~ Orders by mail promptly attended to. Portland, A^ril 23, lM4>4. dftm 1\ $100. B. TUB undersigned being licensed by the United .State*, are prepared to procure Pension* Bounties. Arrears of Par and Prize Money tor Sol diers, 8 earn m or their heirs. Bills for Board and Transportation of Recruits orDrafied M»a collected All demands agaiust the State or United States at tended to. Haring an agent both at Washington and Angu*ta, and having had large experience, we feel safe in averting that any business entrusted to our care will be fai'hfuily and promptly executed We have also an agent in New York to attend to the paym»ut ot Prize money. Advice tree. Approved Claims <* ashed. MANLEY A SA WY E R. OAeeH2| Ex hange, St., Fox Block Portland, Me. J. II. MAStLBY. W. 0. BAWYII. R ferences: lion. Sami. Cony,Governor ol Maine. Hon..I I, Hodsdon. Adjutant ften of Maine. Hon. Win Pitt Fesetnden, U. 8. Senator. Hon. Lot M. Morrill, U. 8. Senator. __ _ _ dAwtf Ice Urea in ! Ice t'reain ! ! -A.t Brown’s Oyster and Ice Cream Saloon, Jio. 152 and 151 Exchange St., Oppo.it, the International Home. majrTdtf TO merchants'. THE undersigned having greatly Increased their facilities for manufacturing HOOTS AND 8HOF.S, And haring large experience in tnat uranch, would call the attention of the trade to the same. We shall in future be much better able to supply the de mands of the trade then heretofore, ana are confi dent that in the duality, both of ourstock and work, we can give *ati*!actioB, as we manufacture express ly for the retail trade. Those buying for cash will find it to their advantage to look atour stock, which consists in part of RCBBRRS, SOLE and WA.I LEATHER, FRENI H and AMERICAN CALF, French Kip, Lenoir and Jodot Calf, iioat and Kid StfKk, Serge* and Web*. Root and Shoe Machinery and Findings gf all kind*. Mr. Edmusd Libby, late of the firm of Messrs Chts J Walker A Co . has associated himself wiib us. and relying on his many year* experience in manufacturing, we are confident in making the above statements. TYLLK ft LAMB. Portland. Feb 1.18G4. febfi d4m. Coal and Wood! —AT TUB LOWEST PRICES FOR CASK, DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY, AT SHORT NOTICE. Our Co* 11* of the very BEST quality, tad war ranted to give oat is taction. -ALSO, FOB SALE All Kinds of Hard and Soft Wood. The Public are invited to give ns a call, as we are bound to give satisfaction to all who favor us with their custom. OFFICE HO. 49 COMMERCIAL STREET. RANDALL & McALLISTER anggn 1y VS. MOTHS! The dense vapors emanating from Are stilling to insect life. This compound Cam phor will surely kill moths; its ingredients of Frank incense Vetiver. Ac., produce quick death to all in sects breathing through thtir skins. Ch^ap, effi cient. and of sweet odors. Do not risk your valua ble Furs, and nice Woolens without it. b^ld by all Druggists, town and country. Each ptektge bears the address of the makers, HARRIS A CHAPMAN. rnar2t?.'Jwr Boston. The Misses Bailey’s Home School. riiHE Misses Hailey having purchased the place in .1 New tiloucei or formerly oeuupied bjr the Kev. F. Veaten, a» a Boaruiug School, propose* opening there a Home School for Girls mill Boys, in which the advantages of a careful home training will be united with thorough instruction In all the branches taught in Summaries of the tirst olaas. The lou * *'\p.?ri:me of one teacher aj Principal of a IIrmiM Softool in Virginia, and the repu'ation of the other as a *ucot»*Aii teacher of many years standing, in Portland, will, it Is hoped, procure pa tronage and Insure success. A tieutleinan of experience will be at the head of the Home Lepartmoat. and pav particular atten tion to the physical tr&iuing of the pupils. For information se< circulars or inquire of M ss A M BAiLK V, No 68 Spring street. IttrXRKSCKS!-—Kev. J. W. Chickoring, D. D.; Hou. John Neal; Charles A. Lord; Hczekiah Pack ard: Joseph Libbey. New (iloucester. May 26. 1W4. ^ ina) 26dlwthen2tawtf To Jlanxilaclurerw, Ship Builder*, AND persons desirous of Real Estate Investments, th fu(lowingproperty i* o lib red at food bargains. 2<) Houses at prio-» from *1600 to *5000. 100 »‘ou-6 Lots lit prices from $900 to *3000 2000 Feet of water front suitable for wharves 8hip yards. Manufacturing Site", fronting deep water with tine spring of water »daoent thereto and a portion of it adjoining the Grand Trunk Rail Hoad, f-otn w hich freight mav be deposited on the premises mchlT 9m MOAK8 GoULD. 74 Middle 8t. fllllK subscriber hereby gives public notice to all X concerned,that be liar been duly appointed and taken upon himself the trust ot Administrator ol the estate of SAMUEL H. KING. late of Portland, in the County of Cumberland, de ceased, by giving boud as the law direct*; he there* fore requests all persons who arc indebted to the said deceased testate, to make immediate payment; and those who bav e any demands thereon, to exhibit the same for settlement to MARQUIS F. KING. 1 Portland, May 17,1S64. ma> MeodSw* miscellaneous. PLUMER PATENT BOOTS ‘wcrwiurv nuen more curable. PLUMER PATENT BOOTS. Men's Pegged Calf Plumer Boots, *6 50 Men's Pegged Cm/ PlutHrr Boots, ft.ijQ Men’s Pegged Calf Plumer Boots, g £0 Men's Pigged Calf plumer Boots, 7.IIU A/en's Sewed Cal/ Plumer Por ts, 97JK Men's Stated Calf P.timer Boots, g.U) *!Zen',$ F**5tged Calf Pa-morals, fS 50 Min's Pegged Calf Ba/moralg, 4 oO it J»U41 'Iw varieties of the finest quality, light and heavy Men’s Cali Bo ts Our Boots are made of tight dflerent widtt b and are designed t«»r a geut< el clsss oth-et not hirberlo fitted by Beady Manufacturer bcots They are made of the tw at stock, by the moat careful and skillful wurkmen.and every pair is wa-ranted both in reference to stock and workmanship. From Rev. Henry Ward Beecher _ Brook’vn. May 9, 1*V|. Dr. J. C. Pltemer.—Dear Mir,—Had my boots been born ou me they could uot bavf htted me better.— Thev were more comfortable the very first day than my boots generally are after months of usage. I canuot praise them too highly. They have tut one serious fault, they will make all other boots seem uncomfortable. Ly the way. you carried off my laets. They were the rigi t ones, and I took them out with my own bands, and know they fitted. Please send them to me again by express 1 am, very truly. Your obliged servant, H. W BLJ£< HER LADII 8’ BOOTS. Ladies' Plutner Patent Balmoral Boots, |4.M Ladies’ riuaer Patent Congress Boots, 4 GO The above boots are made from the be*t stock, and expref!«ly to my own order. Every pair i* warrant ed. the name as if a measure was ta* eu. This work is the same as sold by the first class retail deale rs in Boston, and pronounced by them superior to the best New York work. Ladle*’ Balmoral Boots. Ladies' Serge Balmoral Boots, fl.76 Ladles’ Serge Balmoral Boots. 2.(0 Lad f s’ Serge Balmoral Boots, 2.25 Ladies' Serge Balmoral Boots, 2.50 Ladle»’ Serge Balmoral Boots, 2.75 LADIES’CONGRESS BOOTH. Ladies’ serge Congress Roots, Sl/0 Ladies’Serge Congress Bojts, 1.75 Ladies’ Serge Congress Boots, 2.( 0 Ladies Serge Cougress Boois, 2.25 Ladies’ Serge Congress Boots, 2.50 Lad tea’ Union Boots. Ladies' Union Boots, 2.0* Ladies’ Union Boots, 2 *5 Just received, all the vs rietiee of the purest quali ty of Misses and Childrens' Boots and Hooch, and tor •ale at fair prices K. XUTTER. 1*2, Middle at. Jnae 1st, 1864 June 1 4v WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS MANUFACITBKB’8 BLOCK. UNION STREET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, XAKUFAOTl'KKB Of Steam Engines. Steam Boilers. Shafting Pulleys U earing, and all kiad* ot Machinery. Also Low and High Pressure N»eam Heating Ap paratus tor Factories, Public Building* and Dwelling Houses. In this De par. ment the establishment bas bean uncommonly successful. Steam Cocks, Valves. Whistles, and am. Water and (j as Pipe and connections furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and faithfully Dope. In conn clion with the above cubli.hmcnt i. an Iron Foundry, with a large assortment of pattern., and a 1’laniug Mill, where wood planing of all kiuda may bn done. tnar'fdtf FOR SALE, Cheap for Cash! a oaiar TAatnrr on CHILDRES S CARRIAGES, Bird t’agpa, Rocking Home*, Ladiea Work and Traveling Basket*, .! Toya, Marble*, fOKT MON AIF.S. LADIES' RETICULES AND BAGS, DRUMS. VIOLINS, t.UlrAKS, VIOLIN Sl'KINGS, WRITING EE8KS, WORK BOXES, Be —BT— W. I). ROBINSON, 20 Exchange St. mehli 3m The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are tbe best instrument* of their class in the world. Nearly all the most profninen* artists In the country hare given written testimony to this effect, and these instruments are iu constant use in the concerts of the most distinguished artists -ae t.otfschalk and others—as well as in Uie o eras iu the princ pal cit ies. whenever such instruments ars reQu red. Price 1*6 to $U*0 each. These instrument* may he found at the Music Mourns of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturer*' pi ices. II. 8. EDWARDS, No.S49$ Stewart's Block, Congress St. • _ aprlSdtt PtWTMl) HEiP I1STITITE. DR. H. T. PACKER, HAVING paid spocia] attention to the study and treatment ot diseases for the last twenty years, may now beoonsulted at the above named iiuiitute COH. COSO HESS AND CHESTS UT STS., During the usual business hours. &r~ The Dr. wishes to cull special attention to his mode of treating diseases of tbe Throat and Lung*. Charges reasonable. HUMPHREY T. PACKER, M. !>., .Proprietor of Portland Ucaliog Institute. .Hr*. $. B. Packer, Having now become permanently associated with *.he Portland Healing lnrfti'ute, in connection with her hUHbaud.the Dr , would say, after a successful practice of more than eVven year* with diseases pe culiar to the Kemat Organism, that she cau now be consulted at the above named lustitute, Corner of Congreti and Chestnut Street*, At the usual business hour*. Tf^( harge* reasonable. SARAH B. PACKER, Assistant Physician to Portland Heal ng Institute. Portland. June 1.1864. juneleodSw STATE OF MAINE. First Collection District Asaifsoa'a Or vk k. 22 Exchange streot, I Portland, May 27. 1844. J I N Pursuance of the prov Uiena of the Acts of Con I gres* entitled “Acts to provide Internal lleve eutt*». to support the Goreruuisnt. and to jay inter wl on *he Public Dtl>t ” 1 hereby give public n tice to all persons and parties in created, that toe lists, valuations and euumeratioos made and taken by tbs As i taut Ateeaeors within -aid Col taction Dia tnct lor the Aunual AmumeDi made on tbe first 'I mday • f M» . 1844. and in assuuuaMNrti for income, will, on the lourth ot June. A D , 1804. be deposited us follows: The list* for the < ousty of York, at thodwel tug house ot the subscriber, at York, iu said County of York. and the Ji-ta for the ( aunty of « umherlard, at the i ftice e? the under signed, in the City of Portland, iu said < ouuty 'cf Cumberland >aid lists will remain in ’ai l place; of deposit for the term of fifteen days; and during said tiiu*they will bo open to the inspection and ex amination of all persona and parties concerned or interr»ted iw them auu i 11nf r uuntf h a'rroj jfix'a, win «mh • ••* expiration ot the fifteen data. a.* aforesail. to with ou Monday tbo SOth da* ot June, the upderniguod will t e present at hi* dwelling house aforesaid, to receive and determine auv appeal* which may then and there be made to him relative to auv exceathe or erroneous valuation* made by the Assistant As seMO’g within the County of York; and appeals from the A s^wsments of the Assistant Assessors within the County of Cumberland will be heart) and det'-rmiaed *t mv said cftloe iu the City of Portland, in the Count) of Cumbcrlaud, on Tuesday, the 2l»t dav oi dur.t All apporb to be made to the Assessor, mast be made lu writing, aud * ecifV the particular cau*e. matter or thing respecting a hich a decision is re ques*ed, and must abo Mate the ground or principle of inequality or error oomp'ained ot. NATH‘L ii. YiAKSllAi.L. Assessor. Portland, June 1, 1864. JuneleoeA wlw CITY OF PORTLAND. THE committee on Highways Ac., will receive sealed proposal* for furnishiug tea thouaand tons 8ea Island oaring stores duriug the months oi .luueand .Inly— equal quantities each month. The parties proposing will please tate a hat portion of said stones—Ir less than tno whole amount—they will furnish as above. Proposals will be received until dune 3d, 1864. The committee reserve the right to rciect any or all proposals not deemed for them terest of the city. Per order. J. £. D0K3£LL, Chairman. April 13th, 1864. ap30 d A w td _MILLINERY. BINS ft PALMER BEC* leave to o ill the attention of the trade genor aiiy to their large and WELL SELECTED STOCK — OF— MILLINERY GOODS, Purchased for CAbll, of beat importing and auc tion house* in New York, hnrh it their experience in the buaineaa, and facilities for obtaining goods, they feel fully confident in being able to successfully compete with auy Arms iu New England. Spe ial paio* taken to keep a full stock of Misses and Ladies’bklRra. _ Janeldlm S T IU W <U OOD ». rr'j.E '“hjjribar tednily receiving from the Union A,’l.r*w Work, hoxboro. M.m , mil ibe n«» mid I (AT s’ * ,t,r ** ot lAdim*', Mu.n’, mud Infuti' Straw Sonnets, Of»ll (|omHtl«. Alio conitmntly om bmnd m Imran H°Ci n tnucJ‘ »*d AmcrionnFlower., Hncbv'. Hcmd Drawn, Ac , which ha will .all mt the lowaat prioei. JOHN K PALMkk Juntl|I°» 1W Middlaalrtat, Portlmnd. NEW MILLINLRY STORE. New Goods! ^liR2RERTRON has taken the Now Store, No. 31 Prtc Street, corner rtf ( enter, and ^ •elected a Superior Aaaortwunt of MILLINERY, Which .he will be plu.ed to oFar to bar friend. *®D Publ,«, oil mud after the 6th (net. A good aaeortment or MOURNING Constantly on hand • I bra,, or fomr good Milliner* cmn receive atemdr employment by inquiring mi mbove. mp4 deodtr Oft, " c < 18 open Day and Evening, tor a Tboroagh Baaiaata Education. Located 1H60. Hanson Block, VlddleSL, No. 161. Scholarships good in any part of the United States .fl® Principal he* had X) years experience; is always on the spot, and attend* to his business; and prom ises, as daring the pest 13 year*, no pains shall be apavwd ia the future. Five hundred references of the Aral class business men, with many others of this otty, will testify to the practical utility, capacious ness and completeness of my systems and manner of teaching, and citizens of other cities have testified to the same. Diplomas will be awarded for thor ough course*. Able Assistants sees red. Bartlett's Plan, the founder of Commercial Colleges, strictly adhered to me regards not copying. Certain times will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidations.— Come all who have failed to be taught a business hand-writing and I will guarantee to yon mm nee Applications solicited for Accountants. Separate in strwetion given. Htndents can enter any time. Sep arate rooms for Ladiee. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate accounts adjusted. Ladiee and Gentlemen that desire to take lewsous, or a full, or a separate coarse. In either Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law. Phonography. Higher Mathematics, Civil Ea rineering, Surveying. Native Business Writing. Commercial An:hm tic. CormLond* n*» r .wf 1 PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! -AXE An obtained for Woandod Soldier* fdlMharnd) and the friend* of deoca*ed toldier* who »i» entftl*4 to the uae bjr BYKOV D. TERRILL. iltin«; uJ CeiMtlltr, it V It; lidU* Stmt. -A*B Licensed Agent for all the Department* at Waihi&fton. Portland. April 23. ISM. ap36 *od«a TARK & WOi'VSOIV’ti Patent Metallic or Copper Paint* FOB VESSELS’ BOTTOMS. To Owners and Hasten of Vessels. This superior article i* offered with the fullest ©on* fide nee. When applied to WOODEN BOTTOM VESSELS it will be found a perfect substitute for Copper Sheathing. and a 1 uMPLtTfc I’htSb N V Al l V1 fions WOKMh, B A K> Al.Lb.S, (iKASS. Ao. V*#. tels trading to the Writ Inoia and Southern Porta will tind it particularly for their interest to uae t* e PATUKT MlTA LLtC Oft l Ol FKI FaIBT. The proprietors will tn every cue guarantee. not only that their Copper Paint is suierier to any aow in use. but also to any that has been heretofore of* f red to the public. Priuted directions for use scenupany each ©an. For sale, wholesale and retail, by the JtaeaJfcd* turers’ Agents, LYMAI a MAR&RTT, Sliip OUandlersi, Mo. IIS Commercial Street. »p30 2t*«3a rOETLAND. United States Claim Agency! Bounty, Prize Honey * Pension*, CAN be obtained on application to SWEAT k CLEAVES. Attorneys at Law. , No. 117 M ddle street, Huseey’s Row. raav21e4vtf.nl MAINE “iNSUBANCE CO. August it, Maine. THE Maine Insurance Company linn against loss or damage by Pirn, Building,. Merc baa due and Kmruitnre, ou terms na favorable aa it eau ka dona by any solvent Company. PoUciaa ltaaed fbr One, Three, or >’ire years. J. L CCTLMB, Praaldaat. J. H. WILLIAMS.Secretary. EDWARD SHAW-Agent, Ho. 102 Middle Street. osllso41f Navigation Taught — IT — T. B. PARSONS — AT — Ho. 12, Deer Street, Portland. GENTLEMEN desirous of instruction In Practi cal Navigation will find an experienced teach er. is the only experienced Ship Master in the Atate, who teat'he* Navigation, and ia < »| ecial)* ai> Sdoted to qualify Ensigns and Mates for the V. 8. avy. mch»4«<Um Hasting’s NXelodeons AS GOOD AS THE BEST AND CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. Wnrr-rooms Mo, 3 Temple St^ PORTLAND. Perrons desirons of purchasing will fnd It fbr their advantage to call and examiue for themselves, mat 4dlm GREEN HOUSE AND BEDDING OUT PLANTS* I Respectfully inform the public that I hart cn hand a large assortment of Green House and Beddiug-out Plants, fur spring sale, of auperior quality, vis: Ybhbknas. 1>amliii. Put ik«o»i* true. Pansks and Hoars Alsu, a fine collection ot A«t«k Plamu. Io , Ac., Ac. A selection may always be found at Randall A Wt ituey’s, Market Square. orders left there wi&l be promptly attended to ALBERT PIRWANGER, Flortet. Corner sf North and Montreal f*fre»tt. Portland, Mr,• aprfrttt Notice. 11UE Trustees of Westbrook Seminary are hereby noftith d that their Annual Meeting w.ll be he d on Wmdneaday, the 16th inat, at three o'e.'ovk in the afternoon, at the Seu*it *ry Bui uing la West* brook, for the choice of officers for the ensuing > ear, and to transmi t a1 y other bu*tu< as that may legally come beio e I' cm at • a*d meetit g GRANVILLE M STEVENS. S«Ci clary Board Trustee*. Westbrook, June3. Igftft.—did \ PORTLAND DRY DOCK COMPANY. THE first assessment of Two Dollars psr Share upon the C‘*pi»al Stock of this Company, is now due, and payable at the Office of the Treasurer, No, 117, Commercial St. Per order of Directors. C. M. DAVIS. Treasurer. Portland April 90,1804. apr&edUtf \

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