Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 8, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 8, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. w L '"w " ' —°•Kt'-iM-i. '■ -»"'i —m-'j mws—mat—iu-- ■' 1 ” ' —e—gaa—L—L-LA'.i'.'jj. .l—iu-jujilu..aui ll. *■■■■ 1 ■ ■■ ,u .jr-— umim i ■-m ■ , ——p,,—-g— ^ VOLUME III. PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1864. WHOLE NO 600 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN, Editor. • published at No. 621 IICHANGN STB*AT, by N. A. FOSTER * CO. Thb Pobtlabd Dailt Pmaeaii published at fit, 00 per year; if peid strlotly 1b advunoe, a discount of 91.00 will be made. Single copies three oenta. Tab MaikbStatb Panes Is published every Thurs day mormur,at S2.00 per anuum, iu advanoe; >2.26 If paid within six months; and S2.60, If payment bo delayed beyond the year. 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No surge leaa then fifty oenta for eaoh insertion. communications intended for the paper should be directed to the "Editor qf the Press, and those of a buainew character to the Publishers. QT*Jou Pbuttixo of every deooription executed el n dispatch. F. Tracy, Travel in* AiMt. Wednesday Morning, Jane 8, 1863. The^Thanderer on American Ladies. The London Times is down on the recent movement of American Ladies in regard to the curtailing expenses of Dress. The Thun derer don’t fancy the inauguration of such measures, and in its usual style when speaking of our affairs, attempts to throw ridicule over the whole concern. All very natural for that Journal. After all It imagines that Washing ton aud New fork will not immediately wear a gloomy and sombre aspect, or that the New England people will relapse into Puritan so briety of apparel. The argument Is that any absolute abandonment of articles of luxury, taste and finery would itself be treason to the welfare of the Union; for the very wealth of these ladies’ husbands and Esthers depends upon the demand for articles of luxury, im ported or home-manufactured. This Editor is willing to wait bat not without anxiety, to witness the sequel of this resolution of Amer ican Ladies. This anxiety arises, no doubt, from' a desire to manufacture for them all these articles of luxury for which the English have the requisite skill, and receive the gold in payment. This is not an unnatural desire and is one which John Bull has long cher ished. He has a great many workshops In his Kingdom, and all want employment. That is well, but then we love to work for our selves. The Times' man thinks that our mer chants will continue to import cigars, liquors and wines wslhout the slightest attention; for ' an American without a cigar is about as possi ble a metamorphosis as an Etheopian with a white skin. He puts a very fine point on matters and draws some very neat inferences. He says “the probability of an abandonment of imported wines may be judged of from the fact that ia his late defeat Gen. Banks # “lost his baggage and champagne." That was ueciu'-uiy u ujiiuasam, lor UK8, Wlinoui nis champagne, might possibly be as badly off as an Englishman without his beer. This astute Editor, is n»io» Jscsiuus oxer., the address these American Ladies have pub lished. He dwells on that and Area off a good many squibs and trie* to be exceedingly witty. And that isn’t all. He is alarmed for the men “whose wives, daughters and mothers can find no other public exercise of feminine qualities than this bizarre and tricky patriotism.” We regret that this gentleman should so far for» get his gallantry as to speak thus disparaging ly of auy ladies. A man who writes for the columns of the Times, ought to be more re fined and less cynical. Our impression is tbat he is a crusty old bachelor and scrupulously avoids the society ol ladies. If so, we cer tainly pity him, and can almost pardoo him. Now he grows mor e serious and assumes a face as long as a bootjack. The sacrifice of human life in our great struggle, and the mo mentous issues that hang upon its result fill his soul with the most gloomy forebodings) and.but for these he would be disposed to treat the whole affair “as ode grand panto mime where the only object is to onlflice ab surdity with absurdity and wait with the easy excitement of spectators the anticipated and intended crash.” Tjiere, that caps the cli max ! _ True enough he would not only with the easy excitement of a spectator, but also with great pleasure behold our Union broken up, the prestige of the stars atd stripes des troyed and our country divided into many petty republics. Such a spectacle would please his eye and gladden his heart in spite of any drawbacks which the loss of life or momentous issues might have upon him. Out upon such hypocrisy 1 Away with such bloated aristocracy! We have no patience with such miserable stuff! We have seen too much of it in the columns of the Thunderer during the last three years. But we rejoice to know that it is far from being the true ex ponent of public opinion in England. The masses, the working men and women of the “Tart Anchored Sole,” are all right in spite of the aristocratic doctrines of the Times, which it endeavors to instil into their minds. But this journal has a wonderful tact for changing iu course when It feels that the public pulse beats hard against it The world knows that it can “wheel about ana tarn about and jump Jim Crow” as adroitly as any other newspaper in Europe. The time may not be far distant when toother change will come over the spirit of iu dreams. Until then we shall wait with the “easy excitement of a spectator.” Noble and Patriotic Sentiments. The following significant statements are - taken from the Pastoral Address of the Gen eral Conference of the M. E. Church, to the memtera of that church: We have held our sessions in the midst of the fearful agitations and struggles of war.— Our nation has reached a most eventful crisis. Ambitious and wicked men have led the peo ple and Stales of the 8outh into a most cruel and unprovoked rebellion. The Government has been compiled to resist this rebellion by force, and the Delegates of all the Annual Conferences, iu General Conference assembled, have solemuly recoguiaed this stern necessi ty. Our reports, resolutions and acU, of which you have been already apprised, ail sustained by unanimous voles, will show the church and the world how heartily we are in dentified with the nation in her struggles, with our beloved army and navy in the dead ly conflicU of this war. with the President aud all other ottlcers of Government iu the grave responsibilities of their present posi tion, aud with the surviving sufferers whether bond or free. We call your attention to the fact that slavery Is the evident and guilty cause of this terrible war, and express to you our deliberate opinion that there will be no peace or safety to the Republic till this vile usurpation Is ut terly destroyed. We have, therefore, resolved not only to sustain the Government most heartily in the struggle against treason, but in the high pur pose to extirpate the guilty cause of tlTis re bellion. And in consistency with these reso lutions, as well as under the highest sense of lm|M>rative duty, we have determined that the M E. Church shall, with the least possible de ib ’ l*e*iv,>red irom this enormous evil.— We have, therefore, proposed to the Annual Conferences such a change In the General Rule as will hereafter leave no occasion for i misunderstanding or controversy. Providence has, at length, mysteriously led us through the struggles of ages to the highest uuity m the assertion and vindication of the highest right. The war is not yet over.—We can have no adequate ideaol the wrongs yet to be endured, of the precious lives yet to be sacrificed be fore the natiou’s new life shall be placed be yond the reach of the bloody hands which seek to destroy it; but we state to you calmly and sotemuly, that, in our judgmeut, all true patriots ought to regard their lives and treas ures, without reservation, as subject to the exigencies of this conflict, until it is honora bly and triumphantly ended. And especially do we urge you to obey, at ' all times, the great law oi love; to pray for our unnatural euemies, as well as their sur viving suffering victims — extending your most active sympathy to our numerous fami lies and friends who mourn the loss of brave husbands, fathers, brothers, sons, by this dreadful war. You will, we trust, on no ac count, relax your efforts for the relief and Christian education of the thousands of freed tneu now appealing to your humanity. We do also most earnestly commend to your de voted attention our suffering soldiers, and urge you to enlarged liberality in the support of those humane institutions, the Christian and Sanitary Commissions. It becomes us, dear brothers, to humble our selves in the dust in view of our manifold sins, individual and national. We are yet, it may be feared, a haughty and rebellions peo- , pie, and God will humble us. There can be no good reason to expect the restoratioo of order and unity until we properly deplore our sins and turn to God with becoming self-abase ment and fervent prayer. n 33 M OVAL. JOSIAH BURLEIGH HAS HBMOVBD TO NEW STORE, EVANS’ BLOCK, Nos. 141A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGHj Wholesale and Retail Dealer in C othlnr.C oths, Tailors’ Trimmings, -AND GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, No*. 141 A 143 middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, A tent for Grover k Baker’, celebrated Sewing Machines, Hoi 141 ft 143 Kiddle Street. NATHAN GOOLD Will say (o his friends that he may be found at Bur* loiffh’a.No. 141 k 143 Kiddle atreet, where he will be pleaded to wait upon his former customers. Portland. March 24.1%4. dtf Spring; & Summer Stock —-ok— FASHIONABLE GOODS, -KOR C0AT8, PAHTALOOHS AHD VESTS. Purchased from the best assortments, for cash, in New York, and Boston, may be foned at the store of WILLIAM C.BECKETT Merchant Tailor, Nc, 137 Middle Street, Bome of these Goods, which hare boon recently imported, differ much in color, texture and finish from the styles that bare continued in vogne for a ye*r Q.r. twJj l,lut' aud arv considered rsn elegant. rmrfeuei}or flstrtonamr wear(^atthTTims place’ may be found a good supply of Siaadard Gtraas. French, and Eaglieh Breadcleche and Dor Bkias, for genteel suits; together with styles of Veetiage elected with a view to suit all tastes. All the new styles for Gentlemen's Wear, whether for Dress (Suite or a Business Outfits received in their seasons, together with plates of the latest styles of * Catting and Finishing. CTT*Th* best trimmings always on band. HT NO. 137 Middle Street, fff ___maylldfiw JUST RECEIVED I ROIaIANS k BOND, HAVING refitted their store and received a large assortment of ELEGANT STYLES *-or CJ L O T H S ! ARK PREPARRD TO Show Them to Their Ctutoneri. Also, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, In Ureal Variety, -at 95 Middle Sti*eet. __ maytftf SPRING OPENINGS A. D. REEVES, TAILOR A DRAPER 98 Exchange St., WOULD respectfully inform his friends and the 4m rt,c®nT|y opened a Spltmini spring and Summer Goods, Which he is ready to make up in the moat Fashion able style, and at th« /,«»«( t a»* /-rices. ■ Tu*A*I’‘“*ror«^'«'0tlully reminded that Mid tug Habits, Zouave Jackets, and Fancy Waists are out and made at thia establishment in a style which oanuot fall to please them. .JfEJTfV A»u Va'!al OFFtrann are here fit ted out In true Regulation Style. To Kin mo out Hots In the meat Incoming and durable garments, special attention la given. Dreu Costa, Pants, Veits, and Business Suits, Hade to order and warranted Good Kit*. Mr Kuvns assures his easterners that his work is made only in the highest s yle of fashion, but nyar; New Cloaks and Mantillas l LEACH ic ROBINSON, 8-A Middle St.. J|AVK now on hand .. F.lroa*t Stock of Cloaks, Cossacks, and Mantillas, Of their own manufacture. Alao < leaks, Silks, Tasstli, HUTTONS and ORNAMENTS. LADIES’ GARMENTS Made to Ordtr. Silks, Shawls and Dreis Goods, Cheaper than the Cheapest. leach a Robinson, June 1—dim M Middle abreU. To manufacturers, Ship Builders, A N D persons desirous of Real Estate lnveatn,.n«. 4isfcwnss;aa?eBSK 100 House Lota at prioeafrom *300 to Rfihon 9000 Feet of water front suitable for wharvea neir. Sfirila. Manufacturing Site,, fronting deen wall? “h fine spring of water adjacent thereto and . portion of it adjoining the Graud Trank Rail Koad horn which freight may he deposited on thenremtuw’ mchI7 8m MOSES GOULD,74 MlldUfiJ Ice Chest for Sale. An /ce Chest of superior style, having all the latest Improvements, and fli tailed with varlou. appartments -well calculated for a large family--, having been in use for a short time, will he sold at a Bargain. iiuotM Kddrecsed to Ic*, Tres, Office, will reoeiva attention. inntldtf MISCELLAN EG U 8. N O T I O E -TO Till BOOKSELiLERS! — AMD — Country Merchants of Me. Wholesale Book Store! —AMD— PIBLISHIXG BOISE. BAILEY AND NOYES, Booksellers anil Publishers, .Nos. 56 and 58 Exchange Street, Portland, Maine, Are now fully prepared to Supply the Trad.©! — AT TH* Lowest Wholesale Prices. By ipecial contract, reoeotly made with the Bol ton nnd Kew York I’ubli.ben, we are enabled to •upply any nnd All of the School Books, l ied in this fctate, on The Most Liberal Terms. Hiringpnrchfeted the Stkrboty fk Platxs from O. L Savior* k Co , of thie city, we thill in fu ture publish the nimble Series of School Books heretofore pa L lit bed by them. This series, togeth er with oar former publications, will ankt the fol lowing List:— Horton’s, Weld and Qnackenbos’ Gram mar, The Progsessive Grammar, Bp Wcm a (Jnaekenbo*. The Progressive Parsing Book. By Weld k Quackenbos. Weld’s Hew Grammar, Weld's Grammar, (Old Edition.) Weld's Parsing Book, Weld's Latin Lessons and Header, Holbrook's First Book in Arithmetie, Jackson’s Arithmetic. B. k N., Alto publish Hkruimah w Ahti-Ahuu lahStsthm of Rapid Mercantile Writing, In Eight Farta, with printed copiea nt thn band of each pag*, in enact imitation of the Author', beau tiful ttple of PENMANSHIP. We call apecial attention to thooe Mew Writing Book*, Aj they we admitted to be the most practical Copy Booka ever offered to the public; tod they are now being rapidly introduced, haring the full endorse ment of the Saperiateadesi *f Public School* of the State *f lainc. Besides the above list which we publish, our Spec ial contracts arc for the following books Progressive Series of Readers and Spellers. Hillard's Series of Headers ft Spellers. Sargent's Series of Headers ft Spellers. Colton's ft Fitch’s Geographies. Brown's Grammars. Greenleafs Series of Arithmetics. BLANK BOOKS, STATIONE RY —AW1>— ROOM PAPERS! A FULL STOCK Always On Hand ! N. B.-Bookeellare or Country Dealer* who are not coining to the city, may writ* to u* dating about what amount they purchase at a time, and we will •end them a I.I8T OF PRICES, It wanted. Bailey <Sz> Noyes, Publishers and Booksellers, 36 and 38 Exchange Street, ^Portland, IvTe. ma>36d2m MISCELLANEOUS. U S. W40 LO VX \ FIRST NATIONAL IIAXR -OF RORTLAJSn:), DESIGNATED REPOSITORY -OF TH* UNITED STATES. This Bunk ia prepared to receive] subscriptions for the new “TEW FORTY I.OAW,” which li dated March 1, ISM, bearing interact at Bra per cent, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN. redeemable at the pleasure of the Government alter ten years, and payable in forty yeare from data. Interest on Bonds not over one hundred dollars payable annually, and on all other Bonds semi annually. Bonds oan be had in t.-es of *50, S100, *500, *1000. WM. EDW. GOULD, mch3i dtf Cashier. FEUCHTWANGER t ZUNDER, NO. SI MIDDLE STREET, (FOX BLOCK), Are Again in the Field - WITH Divisions, Brigades A Regiments! -OF NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS! roe THE SPRING. Ladies of Portland and vicinity are respectfully invited to call and see tbs many beautiful styles of Foreign and Domeatic Dreit Qooda jot received: ▲Iso, the great variety ■mm Furnishing Goods ! Such u Brown and Bleached Cotton Mie4|ntr“ and Bhirtiugs, Table Linens, Drillings, Tickings, Denims, Stripes, ke. Also. Just receiving, the latest styles of handsome Spring Balmoral Slcirtn And the moat faahionable SPRING SB A IP IS. A complete itock of CLOTUS ANII CASSIMF.RES, FOB BOYS' AND MEN’S WEAK. CLOAKINGS ! CLOAKINGS !! An elegant auortment. We are Jaet ready to main factor* to meainre, at the ehorteet notice, nny of tha Haw and deairable Spring Cloak*. Warranted to *ui«. FEl'CHTWANGER * ZUNDER, (FOX BLOCK), NO. 81 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND, Mama. P 8.—Ladle* need not aak for good* from tha wrecked *teani*hipBohemian, aawa have none bat aoand and fra*h good*, which we warraut a* »uch. aprl tf Great News! Important News! 2VT. Bradt Co., No. 20 arkpt Sqiaie, Ha VK lately arn d la Portland, and are now res-ty to exhil to the citizens ut this city and surrounding towns heir entirely new aud elegant stock of a-as Fixtures, Of the very latest styles, consisting of Parlor aad Kitting Room Ch nude tiers, Dining Room aad Ilall Lights, Store Pendents, Hrackets, Portables, Ac. Alsou rery line assortment of Kerosene Lsmps, Gas and Lamp Shades, of tbs latest improremuts, Globes. Chimneys, and all sorts of Gas Kcttinss, Lamp andand Lantern Trimming Also on hand! Shaw's Patent Ohs Cooking Appiirslus, Of all kinds. They will sell all of the above goods at thuvery lowest Boston and Mew York price rot canii. Particular attention will be paid to Gas Fittiho, Karamiso. Bbcixzixoand Gildiso o!Chandeliers, Lamps, and Bronze Ornaments cf nil desiriptions, in the very highest etyleof Iheart, and wil warrant nil their work to be perfect. Plbssu call aao sn Leave year orders for Uas Fitting or Repairing at the store M. Bit apt. H. Whitxlxt. Portland, May 10, 1864. maylOdtf GRART S COFFEE & SPICE MILLS 01110 IN A I. ESTABLISHMENT. J. G-Fl~X 1ST T , * Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of COFFEE, SPICES, Salscralus St Cream Tartar, Setc Coffee and Spire Mills, 13 and 16 Union street, Portland, Me. Coffee and Spiers put up for the trade, with any address, in ali variety of packages, and warranted as represented. Coffee roasted and ground for the trade at snort notice. CW* All gcod ' entrusted at the owner'* risk. lnarchlOdtf NEW ORLEANS. S. D. MOODY Sr. CO Oominlesion Merehfint, 07 Tohoupl toulss at.. New Orleans. La. Ueferenc *: Baker k Morrill, Boston; Franklin Snow k (V, Boston; Wise % Hassell, Boston; C. Nickersonk Co., N. Y.; Rich k Co., St. Louis. ty Particular attentionr/irento Consignments Of vessels, Lumber, Map, Oats, fc. mch28 u3m REDUCED RATES! IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS -TO TUI wfkt , North West & South West! W. D . LI TTLE. IS Agent for all tbe great leading route* to Chica go, Cincinnati. Cleveland, Detroit. Milwaukee, Galena, (Hkosh, St. Paul, Lacrosse, Green Bay. Quincy. St. Louis, Louisville, IndDuapoli*, Cairo, etc., etc., and is prep&mi to furnish Tuuouon TiCKKXg from Portland to all the principal cities and towus in the loyal Stale* and Canadas, at the lowest rates of fare, aud ail needful information cheerful1)- granted. Travelers will find it greatly to their advantage to procure their ti ?keU at tbe Union Tieket Office, 31 Exchange Street, ivr stajhs,) W. D. LITTLE, Agent. gJT* Passengers for Califorrla.br the Old Line Mail Steamer and Panama Bail road, may be secured by earlv application at this office. *. Ticket* to Montreal ami Qurbtc and return (via the Graud Trunk Kailway) may be obtained at this agency on favorable term* mayltiJ&wti THE BOSTON FIRE BRICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works, 394 Federal street, Office aud Warehouse 13 Liberty Square and 7 Batterymurch St. manufacture fire Brick, all shapes aud sizes, for furnace* required to stand the most iutenre heat also Furnace Block* and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers’Oven and Green-house Tiles. Clay Retorts and nece ssary Tiles to set them, Fire Cement, FireClay and Kaolin. The undersigned will give their special attention that all orders for the above manufactureare execu lad with promptness. JAMES E MOND AC O. Skllivo Aubntp, 13 Liberty Square, Boston. mcbU eod6m TO SHIP BUILDERS. P. a. A J. B. HUCKINS, f-ICMMlSSION MERCHANTS.and wholeaaleand Kj retail dealer, in Ship Tixbie aid Clank. Have for tale at tbelr Wharf, Central huCAita, Kart Boston, 350,000 Locust and Oak Treenails, 3,000 Hackmatack Knees, planed ADo Whitk Oak FlankandTiHBEK,CKKaTKLT Board, aud I’lakk , White Pink, Dm k-1’laxk. Ac. Faiticalar at tontion paid to Kurninliin, Oak /‘lank Ly IheC.r.o, mch24 d8m Maine Medical AMOciation. T(IK Twelfth Annual Meetingef this Association will be held at the Common Counoil Chamber, in Portland, on Wednesday morning, June 16 1864. G. L. GOOD ALE, Secretary. Portland, May ft). maylldtd BUSINESS CARDS. BRAD LEV, MOl'LTON A ROGERS, Wholesale Dealers i« Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Thomas Block, Robert hkalby.\ • m MODLTOK, } PORTLAND, ME. A. U. ROGERS. ) majSdtf W. W. CARR & CO., Haring taken the Fruit Store formerly ooespied by Q. SAWYER. No. 8 Exchange Street, Are prepared to offer to the trade a large and well •elected itook of Foreign and Domestic Fruit! Wholesale and Retail Oraagea. Sprare Oaat, LwagH Deiaena, Caaaf, Seed. Caadlea, Claaee, lean S,rap. Heaey, Praaen, Oaeaa Nats. Pigs. Cltrea, Nate, all klada, Dates. Ollree. Ralalaa. Tebaeee, Sardlaea, Cigars, raae, Caadlea ef all deeerlptlaa. ootSdtf IRA WOT, Agent, No. 11 Union St., 1» prepared to furauh STEAM ENGINES *nd BOILERS, of rarioiu alia and pattaraa, i ttaaftnidlfaini, lillGatriag.Skafti^. riiltjn.fc. ItidBT Uousa Woke or all deaertptl-iaa,' mad all kind* of work repaired In baiiding Kobtificatioeo. IronStnirn and other ArchitectaralWork. Hoases, Stores, and other bafldings, fitted with Das and Steam in the best manner. In oonnectlon with the abort is an Iron Foandry, with a large assortment of Patterns, to which the attention of Machinists, Millwrights,and Ship-Build en is invited—end ail kinds ol Castings famished at short notion. nF*Ordertfor Machine Jobbing, Patterns and Forgings, promptly execated. ooSd tf sinserTs SEWING MACHINES 1 WOODMAN, TRUE * CO.. AGENTS, •« u4H.Kiddle Street. Reedleaand Trimmlaganlwaji omhaad. « mehl.tr A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, DENTIST, No. 178 Middl Street. Ketbebeob*.Dre. Baooe and BBa.ua. Portland, May 96, 1M1. u Dr. M. H. HEALD HAVING dlapoead of hie entire interact la hie Offlee to Dr. S.C KKKNALD, would oheerfhllj reooonuaoad him to hia former patienta and the pah iio. Dr. PaBEALD, from lone experlenoe, i* proper, ad to ineert Artificial Teeth oa the" Vulcanite Bate,” and all other methoda known to the profeeaion. Portland. Mar ». IMS »f JOHNF. SHERRY, ■sir Cutter and Wig maker, So. IS Market Square, Fort' tna, (up atnirt.) Or*Separate room for Ladlet' and Children’• Hall Catting. A good "took of Wiga, liall-Wiga, Banda, Braid!, Carla, Priaetta, Pada, Kolia, Crimping Boarda, fco., Bo., ooaataatlr on hand. lett’Mdlj WOOD ANW COAL CHEAP FOR CASH ! $9.50. CHEAP_COAL. $9.50 PRINK LOT CHKSTXUT COAL 99.60 B TON, BPRING MOUNTAIN, LEUIliU, HKZILTON, SUGAR LOAK, OLD COMPANY LEHIGH, LO CUST MOUNTAIN. JOHNS. DIAMOND. WEBS TER and BLACK HEATH. Tbeee Conia are of the >'*ry beat quality, well acreeued and picked, and warranted to giro aatiafaction. Alao for aalo boat of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, * delivered to any part of the city. Office Comm social St., bend of Franklin Wbnrl. 8. ROUNDS & SON. febie dly WARREN'S INPORVED FIRE AND WATER-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION, —AID Gravel Roofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. E. HERSEY. Agent, JanX dtf Ho. 18 Union Street. ALBERT WEBB * C©„ -DEAL Man IB — Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD or MEEEII.I/8 WHAET, I'eMBMitlnl Itiaia.- - Ptrlland, Mo. Colley, Burnham & Co., Cabinet Makers and I pbolsterers, 368, Congress 8treet, AIW- prepared to do all kinds of Cabinet and Up holstery work, st the shortest notice. All kinds of Furniture, Lounge* A Mattresses —constantly on hand— N. R. The public are isrited to call and examine. n»-*h4 dtf JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODXAN BLOCK, mchKdAwtf TMFLilrun. Scot oil Canvas, -WOE BALM IT JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Bath, Me. I)AA BOLTS Superior Bleached A\J\J 800 do All Lon* flu "Hot- ,, ernment contract,” *00 do Extra All Long tax Arbroath. SOU do Nary Flo# Delivered l a Portland or Boeto*. Rath. Anri I SO lttt. aptldtl M. PEARSON, Silver Plater, AHU MAHUfACTUEM OF SILVER WARE, 238 Congress St., Opp. Court House, Port land,Ms. AW All kinds of WARE, such as Knives, Forks, Spoons, Cake Baskets, Castors, kc , p.ated in the best manner. Also, REPAIRING and RE-FINISHING Old Silver Ware. jan29 d6m REMOVAL. DR. NEWTON HA 8 removed his residence to Na. 37 Middle Street, corner of Franklin street. Office as heretofore, No. 115 Exchange Street, in Noble's Block, up stairs. Office hours from 9 to 10 A. M., from 2 to S, and from 8 to 9 o'clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with general practice, to give special attention to DISEASES OF FEMALES. oo31dtf WILLIAM A, PEARCE, PLF3IBER! MAKER OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. IN EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold and Shower Baths, TVaah Bowls, Brass dr Silver Plated Cocks, EVERT deacription of Water Fixtures for Dwel ling Rouses, Hotel*. Public Buildings, Shop*. Ac., arranged and set up in the beet manner, and nil ordera iu town or country faithfully executed. All kind* of Jobbing promptly attended to. Constantly on hind 1.KAD PIPES. SHEET LEAD and BEER PUMPS of all description*. apldtf WANTS, LOST, F° UND House Wanted. WANTED to pure hag* fir ■*»«, a convenient llrnseguhatjloJorav/n.g// family, with usual convenience#, centrally and pliasantiy located — Price not to exceed *3,000, Addreaa "Taylor'' at the Frege Office. maylSef Hoard. SUITS of Uoom». with Board, can be obtained by applying immediately at SO Daufurth gtre*t. Way 11th. luaylidtf ANOTHER VICTORY! THE GOOD Til HAG (01! T11K good time coming ha* come at last, and we are now prepared to offer to the citizen* of thi* city and the country, the largest and finest selected stock of Fashionable READY-MADE CLOTHING eveu orrtnsi) in this state. Old Fogy System Done Away With! And we have established A Hew Order of Thing* ! By selling our goods at a SMALL PROFIT, And Selling Large Quantities, Instead of piling them «n tho shelves to be shop worn, waiting to wake 100 percent. We have our goods made expressly torus, be ing connected with a large Manufacturing Establishment in Boston* And onr chief aim is to produce the very latest and Moat Fashionable Styles, As well as the most tasteful aud durable. Wearo receiving **w <kk>db daily. Ho shop worn goods remain on our bauds, but everything is fresh and new. The attention of the public to particularly called to our NEW ESTABLISHMENT, Where can be found all the choiees styles and finest goods from both the Old World and the New. F.B.TOPPANkCO.,, 124 Middle St. Portland, May JO, 1M|. ma>3t)e«>dlm Spring and Summer Goods! P. B. FROST, Merchant Tailor, 94 Exchange St., Marla* returned from Mew York and Boeton wltk the bust uaortmeBt usd biwibt mm of Engliali. French. German, Scotch and American Cloth*, Embracing all the desirable STTLK8, 81IADMS aad FINiSH to be touad in the market, callable for BUSINESS SUITS, ENGLISH WALKING COAT8, Sprit)* ovF.RCOATS aad DRESS SUITS. Hice Verting, Army and Navy Cloths. Every pain* will be taken to giveentiresatiafaction in FITTING, workmanship and prices. CLOTHS FOR BOr9’ WEAR, Particular attention given ts Cutting A Manufacturing Boy’s Clothing inch 9eod3m A. & S. SHURTLEFF & CO., NOS. MAM .RIDDLE STREET, rOUTLAND. Manufacturer* and Dealers in Men's Boys' and Youth's Thick, Kip and Calf Boots, Women’s MIsm* end Children's Ooet. Kid and Calf Balm >rala, Hubbera Shoe btock, Findings, Ac. Y17JTH our superior facilities for manufacturing. ▼ f »nd a large experience in the business, we we are able to sell as low as in Boston or elsewhere Dealers are respectfully invited to call and ex amine onrstock before purchasing, or* Orders by mail promptly attended to. Portland. April 23, H*54. dffm V. $100. B. THE undersigned being licensed by the United States, are prepared to procure Pensions, Bounties, Arrears of Pav and Priro Money tor Sol diers, Seamen or their heirs. Bills for Board and Transportation of Recruit* or Drafted Men collected. All demands against the Statu or United States at tended to. Having an agent both at Washington and Augusta, and having had larre experience, we feel safe in asserting that any business entrusted to our care will be faithfully and nrcm^tly executed. We have also an agent in New York to attend to the payment of Prize money. Advice tree. Approved Claims cashed MANLEY A SAWYER. Office82) Ex bung**# 8t.f Fox Block Portland. Me. j. H. MAX LAY. w. a. Biwrik. References: Hon. Sam). Cony,Governor ol Maine. Hon. J L. Hodsdon, Adjutant ften of Maine. Hon. Wm. Pitt Fessenden, U. 6. Senator. Hon. Lot M. Morrill, C.S. Senator. _Apia __ dAwtf Ice Crcaiu ! Ice Cream ! ! -A_t Brown’s Oyster and Ice Cream Saloon, No. 152 and 151 Eichaage St., Oppo.it. the International Uoaw. mpTdtf TO MERCHANTS. THE undersigned having greatly incroacod their facilities for manufacturing JfOOTS AND SHOF.8. and haring largo experience in tnai urmnch, would oall the attention of the trade to the same. We ahall in future be much better able to supply the de mands of the trade then heretofore, and are confi dent that in the quality, both of our stock and wgrk, we can give satisfaction, as we nianafact ure express ly for the retail trade. 1 hose baying for cash will tiud it to their advantage tolook atour stock, which consists in part of RUBBERS, SOLIX and WAX LEA THER, FRENCH and AMERICAN CALF, French Kip, Iscmoime ami Jodot Calf, Ooa* and Kid Stock, Serges tend Wehs, Root and Shoe Machinery and Findings of all kinds. Mr.EDu inl> Linar, late of the firm of Messrs ' Cha*. J. Walker k Co , has associated himself with us, and reiving on his many years experience in manufacturing, we aro^onLdent in making the above statements. TYLER A LAMB. Portland. Fob. 1.1864. fab6 d4m. Coal and Wood! —at tee LOWEST PRICES FOR CASE, DMLlVSRXn TO AST PART OP TBM CITY, AT SHORT SOTICM. Oar Coal Is of the very BEST qaallty, and war ranted to glTe satisfaction. -ALSO. FOB SALE All Hinds of llard and Soli Wood. The Public are invited to giro as a call, as we are bound to give satisfaction to all who fiivor ms with their custom. OFFICE NO. 49 COMMERCIAL STREET. RAEDALL A EcALLISTER »ag»> ly The Misses Bailey’s Home School. If HE Missr*. Bailey haring purchased the placw in . New i.Iouccs er formerly occupied by the Her F . Yeatou. asaltoaromg School, propose opening there a ■ s~ e Home School for Oirls and Boys, in which the a,I, images of a careful home training will be united with thorough instruction in all the breaches taughtlu Summaries or the tint class The long experiences of oue teacher as Principal of a Home school in Virginia, and the reputation of the other as a successful teaoher ol tnai.v rears standing, In Portland, will, ills hoped, procure pa tronage and insure success. A (reatleuian of experience will be at the head of the Home Department, and par particular atten tion to the physical training of the pupils. For information see circulars or mauire of Mirt A, M. BAtLEV, No. 68 Spring street Kxraaxacxe;—Rer. J. w. (.'bickering, D. D.;‘ Hon. John Neal; Charles A. Lord; Hesekiab Pack ard : Joseph Llbbey. New (Iloucester, May 18.1664. _ _ may Jfdl wthenltso if_ NOTICE. OUR patriotic women * re reminded, that while such urgent calU for the relief of our soldiers continue, ganuen’* to be made for them, will be given out sverv afternoon flora 2to 8 o clock, at the Room* of the Ladie* Sanitary Committee, New City Building. Per Order. June 1, lW4.-d2w MISCELLANEOUS. PUNCH PATCHT BOOTS. THE above Boots and Shots are comfortable from tbe first wearing aud require no "Breaking in,” and 'herefure much more durable. PLUMER PATENT BOOTS. M'n t Ptggfd Cat/ Plumrr Bool,, H U Aren's lagged Cat/ Plumer Boots, «.U0 Men's Pegged Calf Plumer Boots, 6 W) Men’s Pigged Calf Plumer Boots, 7.U0 Men s Sewed Calf Plumer Boots, 07.AC Men’s Sewed Calf Pium.r Boots, SAO Men’s Pegged Caff Balmorals, 08 AO Men's Pegged Calf Balmorals, 4 tO J11 received, all ihe varieties of the flneet quality, light and heavy Men's Cali Boots, uur Boot* are made of tight d'fft rent widths and are designed lor agenteel class of feet not hitherto fitted by Ready M an utact urea Boots 1 hey are made of the Inst stock, by the most careful and skillful workmen.and evury pair is wa ranted both In reference to stcck and workmanship. from Rev Henry Ward Beecher ^ . BrookWn. May 9,H*>4. Dr. J. C. Plumer— Dear Sir.—Ua<l my boot* been bom on me thr*y could not Have fitted me better.— Thev were more comfort*bio the rery first day than my Hoots generally are after mcntha of usage. I cannot rtraice them toa highly. They have tut one serioat fault, they will make all other boot* aeem uncomfortable by the way. yon carried off my latte They were the rigi t one*, and 1 look them oat with my own hand*, and know they fitted Please send them to me agaiu by express. I am, very truly. Your obliged servant, U . W BEECHER. LADIES’ BOOTS. Ladies’ Plumer Patent Balmoral Boots, §4/0 Ladies' Plumer Patent Congress Buuli, 4.60 The above Hoots are made from the beat stock, and eiprwsly to my own order. Every pair la warrant ed, the same at if a measure was ta* en. 1 his work lathe same ae sold by the first class letail dealers in Boaton, and pronounced by them an per lor to the beat New i ork work. Ladies’ Balmoral Boots. Ladies' f*«rg- Balmoral Boot., $176 Ladies' Serge Belm4.nl Boots, 2.HJ Led ss’Serge Balmoral Boots, 2.26 Ladies'Serge Balmoral Bool., 2 60 Ladle,' Serge Balmoral Boole, 2 76 LADIES' CONGRESS BOOTS. Ladles' gerge Congress Boots, $1 »0 Ladles’ Serge Coagrese Boots. 1 75 Ladies’ Serge Congress Bools, i uo Ladles'Serge Congress Boots, 2 25 Ladle*’ Serge Congnsa Boots, 2.M> Ladies' Union Boot*. Ladle*' Union Boot*, 2 d Ladies’ Union Boot*. 2 25 Jnst received, nil Ue varieties of the purest quali ty of Misses and Childrens' Boots and Shoes, and lor sals at flair price* E M’TItK. 91. Middle st. Jane 1st, ISM June 14» WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS MANUFACTUKKk’8 block, UNION STREET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, M A 5C FAOTL IIl Of Steam Engine* Steam Boilers. Shafting Pulleys Gearing, and all kinds of Machinery. Also Low and High Preaaure n'iiu Heating Ap paratas tor Factories. Public Buiidiaga and Dwelling Hos»tw In Uua De par. ment the «u ablisbment has been uncumn - th «ucoeeafhl. 8team Cooks Valve* WuAatlee. and Me am. Water and Gas Pipe and connection* furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and faithfully Dome. In conn' ction with the above establishment 1* an Iron Foundry, with a large assortment of patte*na. and a Planing Mill, where wood planing ot ail kinds may he done. mayldtf FOR SALE, Cheap for Cash! ▲ SUIT VAKIITY 09 CKILDREB’S CARRIAOXS, Bird Cages, Rocking Horses, Ladies Work aad Traveling Baskets, Tays, Marbles, fOKT MOXAIES. LADIES' RETICULES AND bauh. drums, violins.oLiraks, VIOLIN STRINGS, WRITING DESKS, WORK BOXES, Ac —BT— \V. D. ROBINSON, 30 Exchange St. mehl4-ftm The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the Twit instruments of their cla»tn ths world Nrsrl. all ths most premium* artlsi, in th# ncnatry hs.e given written testimony to this effect, and ihsss In.tniinvntt are in cunstant is is the concerts ot ths 010*1 distinguished artists- as Gottscbslk and others—ns well as in tbs o arms in the princ pni cit ies. whenever snch instruments am r<*,u red. Price • » to *600 each. These iast'umen's msv te toned at the Music Booms of the ssbecriber. where they will be sold at the maaafactnrers’ prices. H. 8. EDWARDS, No.>49) Stewart's Block, Congress at. sprlSdtl mnun HtAiht iliM DB. H. T. PACKER, HA \ IIG paid iporii] Attention to the ftndy and roatment of dirams forth# iut twenty > ear*, may now be consulted at the above named institute con. coxennss AMD chestnut sts., During the u«ual bulnev* hour*. OT“ TI»t* Dr. wiehee to eall apodal attention t« b»e mode oi treating duritea of the 7krvat and Lung*, ( bargee reasonable HliPlIRKY T. PACKER* «. D.* Proprietor of Portland Healing laetitate. Ur*. s. B. Packer, Having now become permanently aaeoeiatol with ••be Portland Healing ln»ii ute. in connectioa with her hu-band.the Dr , wvu'd eay. after a aaeceeti'ul practice of more Inaa e even )ear# with diM acre pe culiar to the Vernal O'ganiai*. ♦bat tli« can bow be coneulted at the above named Institute, Cor Her Congrt*i and Otntnmi Street, At the usual baaineee boor*. fcP * bargee reasonable. SAB All H. PA( KKR. Aeebtaat Pbyetctaa to Portland Ileal'ng Institute. Portland. Jane 1,1864. Juaeleod2w Copartnership Notice* -AMD BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT The aabwrib.ru h.*ln< on tbo Tib day of M»v formed a copartnership under the name of McCarthy & Berry, For the purpoee of carrying on the BOOT AND SNOB BU8INESS In all its branches, and having all the facilities for getting up amt class work for gentlemen and lade*, wear, are now ready to execute all orders with neat nee* and dispatch Our work will b® made of the test of imported stock, by the best of workmen, and warranted to give per.ect r atisfacticu It is our aim that our work shall not be second to any ia the Unit ed State*. . . . . We have also tompleted a stock of ready made work of the first quality. lor Oontlsmon. and Chi dren’o Wear, •elected from New York and Boston market# Our Ladies’ work i* from the celebrated ffurt$ torp of New York kor tieatlemen s wear we have the best assortment ever oiT -red for sale in thi# c'tr ; such as lice French Patent Leather Boots; lilove < ait and Calf I on gross f^r gentlemen’s wear; Pat-nt Leather ( ou grtti. and < alf t ’ jngres# Balmoral, and i *w French IUv® vou*aeen the new style CRIMPED-FKONT BLtKLE BOOT, no* mad® by Mc< arhy A Ber ry* For neatness, comfort and beauty, it aurpissea anything ever got up io this city Call and see it; sample* alwa) • oa hand at the old stand of M Me ' ‘ "‘r MsCARTHY & BERRY, No. 95 Exchange Street. jancldtl CITY OF PORTLAND. TIIR committee on Highways Ac., will receive sealed proposals for furnishing ten thousand tons Sea Island paving stores during the months ol MayJuneaad July-equal quantities each month. The liar tie* proposing will please tate what portion of said scones—I f less than the whole amoun t—t hey will furnish a* above. Proposal* will be received umil June 3d, 1864. The committee reserve the right to reject any or all proposals not deemed for thela tereet of the city. Per order. J. K. DONNELL. Chairman. April 19th. 1894. ap» d A wtd _millinery. m \N PALMER of,b* trftde goner - " KLL SEUJCTEB STOCK MILLINERY GOODS, Pnrchaso.l for < Abll of Lai i™ lion huuM sin N.w York kL P *Ild *u0' i in the business, tail itc,i „ ;“ J***r e*beri.aca they Moi tully ooaOden! in inTla. .K *0#d*' cosnpeta with .Uy Sr.sTn 5"^“^ «r Spe lal pains l,k« tok^I**.*^,, . „ , ami Lauies’ bklRrg. *** * ,toek of __Janeldlm sTKAiTt^i^; T'^aT^'V^Lo"*^ '«• s,to5 d««*ralile styles of Cadies- a-.1, l**.*>l!ted HATS. " . and Infants' straw Bonnot* f»f all qualities. Also constantly an t».s. i * stock of French and Ameiicaa^Flow^f^n Sf? Head lireeses. fee . which he a III ,,11 prices. JOHN k iraun, ,h* low“‘ lancl-llm_1H Kiddle strset, Portland. NEW MILLINERY STORE New Goods! MRS. A K0BKKT8ON hn ttkei tlu No 31 AVer S,r„,. & Mi«cted % Superior Assortment of BQ nM MILLINERY, Which she will bo pleased to Oder to her fH.nA. and Hie public, on and after the 8th lost " I' M A food assortment of MOURNING Constantly on hand . IH open Day and Evening, torn Thoroanh fidaM Education. Located lg£u. Hanson Block, iHiddleSL, No. l«i. Scholarships good in any part of the L'aitod State* . ne Principal has had JO years expertenoe; it tfvrare on the spot, and attend, to his buainsspt aad prom ises, as during the past 12 years, no pains shall ha spared in the future, live hsndrtdretorem*** of the a nit class business men, with many others of this city, will testify to the practical utility, -apaoteae oess and completeness of my Systran* aad maaaar of teaching, and citliens ol oilier cities have testified to the same. Diploma* will he awarded tor thor ough ooarses Able Assistants secs red. Bartlett's Plan, the founder of Commercial (.ullages, strictly adhered to as regards not caeylag. ( crisis *■—r will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidations — Come all who have failed to he (aught a baainan hand-writing and I will guaranis* to yea rarrrss Application coticlted for Accountants Separata in •traction given Students can cuter say uas gap. arste rooms for Ladies. Tuition reasonable, latri cate aoconntsadjusted. I adies aad LentleaMa that desire to take lessens, or a full, or a Separata Mara*, in either Book-Keeping, Ns,'.ration, CcuunaaM Law. Phonography. Higher Mathematic*, Civil En gineering. bar,eying. Katie* Business Writing. Commercial Arithmetic. Comsp or.deucn, Can Marking, land teaching from printed tuples and Teat Books will b* avoided plcaeecall, or ad dram th* Principal. R N SHOWN Portland. Oct 1.13dt. ock* eedfieowly PENSIONS! BOUNTIEF! ir'Ax ; Are obtalDtrd for Wo*Mdtd Soldier* (<M*€bmr«d) and the friends of deceased soldiers who ora TOtnltd to the some by BVBON D. VEBR1LL. AtUrtfj u4 (nndltr, it X*. 117 WM* Street. -AMD Licensed Agent for oil the Department* oft W as hi no ton. Pur Li and. April 38.1864. a»Sft eodCm TARK A tlOISO.VS Patent Metallic or Copper Paint, FOR VESSELS’ BUTTONS. To Owners and Natter, of Vessels. TU« inferior article u agtmi with tha fhlluat eoa ■dence. Whan applied ta WOODEN BOTTOM VESSELS ii will ba lound a parirct ihIiIIUP lor Coprar Sheathing. and • < OMI I.M If i hKKHtVAT)TR from WoKMS. RAKnaCLM, GKASS, Ac. Van ..1. trading m ih. Wi.t India and 8c.lb.rn Porta will find it particaJarly ter thair iatrmt to naa ua Patxjit Mitallic on (o.rna l iiirr. The proprietor, will In every en-e laarantaa. no, only that ib.tr Copper Paiatia .aj.ri.r to any ao* in u.a, but alao to any that hai baaa beretoioro of f rod to tb. public Printed direction. for uaa accompany each aaa. For rale, whoiaaale and retail, by the hunlhc tarara' Agent., LYMAN & MARRETT. Shilp Chandlers, No. 113 Commercial Street. ap30»aa3a PORTLAND. United States Claim Agency! Bounty, Prize .floury A Pensions, CAN be obtained >n applicatlna to d IV LA I a t'LKAVKS, Attorney* at Law, No. 117 Mddio ilrtrt, Muiaeya Now. murlleorfgm Maine Insurance co. Aoguxtn, Maine. THE Haino In.uruno- Compaay iaaara agalnat Iom or damage by Fire. liiuldinn, U.rcbaa dlac and Furniture, on term, u tyvoratJo no it ana be don.br an, ail rent Company. Poiiaiaa laaaad far One. Three, or Fir. year., J. L. CtTTLKB. PraaMaat. J. H. WILLIAMS, Suoratary. EDWARD SHAW ... Agent, Mo. 103 Middle Street. aallaedly Navigation Taught — at — T. B. PARSONS — AT-» Ho. 12, Deer Street, Portland. GENTLEMAN dcairoue of inatrnctioa 1a Practi cal Navigation will Sod aa experienced >,uh ar. Hole thoonly experienced ship Matter in tha State, who teach.. Navigation, and ia <>{<cia»< tp nointad to qualify taeigni and Malta lor t be l\ 8. Kavy. mchSdeodlm ST^ RBI BID'S Clothes Cleaning, and Repairing R O O M S. rFHIS popular and convenient establish meat la A* now located on the corn* r of Congress and Brown street*, over Hunt a Jewett sMarble Werka. whero ENTL^MEN’S GARMENTS will bo thoroughly clean*ed. fai h'ully and really repaired,and presstwl in good taate, to roH%rm witn the present stile c i fashit u. The tot s ant increase ot pa’rousg* bestowed upon the proprietor. Is duly appreciated by him. and lie assorts ml* who tavor him with their custom, that no pains shall bo spared to give them the ufmoit *ati<*fiun«in. N. It. t*arrnoata cut and made u> order. ird war* ranted to fit. G. ti 8I'd 11 BIRD. I*or land, May 33th, 1^4. Practical Tailor, dtf GREEN HOUSE AND BEDDING OUT PLANTS I Respectfnlly infc rrrfthe public that I hare on hand a large assortuu tit of trr*-n House and Bedding-out Plants, tor cpring sa c. of superior quality, via: Vkkhkxas, luirLits. Pxiabgowi v«s. Pansk* and Rosas Also, a tine oollectioa ot Astsk Pi.asts. Ac.» *c , ho. A selection a>av al«a>a be found at Randall b Wt ituey's, Market Square, orders left there will be promptly attended to. ALBERT DIRWANC.KR. Florist. Corner ef North and Montreal Streets. Portland. M»*. aprSOtf Noiice^ mtlE Trustees of Weitbrook Seminary are hereby A notified that their Aun.ua! Me* t ug will le held on Wenduesday. the Uth lust at three o'clock In the atternoou, at the Sanitary Bai’ding In West brook, for the choice of officers f* r f t e * usuing year, and to transact a»y other bu*iu> as that may legally come beloie tl em at *a'd meetiv g. HRANVILLE M STFVEN8. Hecret ary Board Trustees. We«tbr«>ok. June3. W4 —did Num. ANY one In want of an experienced Nurse, cam If urn of one b/ addressing KURSK. Jane 4.—eodlw* Portland, P. 0,

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