Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 9, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 9, 1864 Page 1
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1 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS 1 iwg——BKHM^T-T11 J "- ■.■J'-J! 'U.L,iLi■ !1 ■ 1 . .■■■■■ ■ ■■■ " ■ i — ■ ■■ ■ ■ ■■■■■! ■■■—■■ ■ _ _ VOLUME III. PORTLAND, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 0, 1864. WHOLE ^ NO 601 U PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN. Editor. • lablltbed at Sc. S2J KICH1KGE 81 BEET,bj ‘ N. A. rOITISt CO. Tub Portland Daily Panes Is published at *8 00 par year; If paid strictly in advanoe, a discount of 91.99 wiH be made. Mingle copies three oents. Tji VI axnbMtatb Puassis published every Tbura day moruing,at 92.00 per annum, in advance; 92.26 If paid within six months; and 92.60, if payment be dalayed beyond the year. Hates of Advertising : One inch of space in length of column, constitutes a *'8qBARB.’’ 91.60 per square daily first week; 76 oents per week after; throe insertions or leas, 91.00; continuing eve ry other day after first week, 60 cents. Half square, three insertions or loss 76 oents; one week, 91.00; 60 cents per week after. Under head ol Avubimrmtr, 92.00 per square per week; three insertions or lets, 91,60. Spboial Notiowb, 91.76 per square first week, 91,00 per square after; three insertions or less, 91 26; haJf a sqnare, three ineertioae, 91.00; one week, 91.26. Advertisements inserted in the Mains 8tati Pkbss (which has a large circulation in every part of the State) for 60 cents per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Lboal N otic a* at usual rates. Transient advertisements mart be paid for la ad vanoe V Business Notiobb, in reading columns, 12 oents per line for one insertion. No oharge lets than fifty oents for each insertion. KM^AlioommuiUoations Intended for the paper Uhould be directed to the "Editor of the Frets,1' and tfeoge of a businessoharaoterto the Publishers. OTJon PaiNTivo of every description executed 9 Fn dispatch. F. Tracy • Traveling Agent. Thursday Morning, June 9, 1864. Grant and Little Mac. The Times draws a coutrait between Brob dignag and Liliput, as follows: But the great capital point in tbe improve ment of our leadership is that the chief leader is Lieut. Gen. Grant, and not Major Gen .Mc Clellan. The army under the latter, two years ago, never fought a battle but on the defent ice. Not in a single instance was It allowed to assume tbe offensive. Its business was to await attack—to hold its ground if it con <1 lit*red, to fall back if it were vanquished. Kveu when it repelled its foes, and swept in upon their broken ranks, as it did this very day at Fair Oaks, It was not permitted to to take advantage of its success, but was held in check, though it is almost certain, that bad an immediate pursuit been ordered, according to the desire of some of the corps command- ■ ers, Richmond would have been captured with little or no fighting. All this absurd system of carrying through a great aggress ive campaign on defensive principles, has giv en place to a policy at completely the reverse as can be conceived. It is a policy of motion, not rest; of at tack, not defence. Grant’s dominating ele ment is vigor: McClellan's, caution. Grant’s disposition is to make the best of what he has; McClellan's to worry about what he has • not. Grant scorns an excuse: McClellan de lights lu them. Grant has tbe sublime self reliance that is always inspired by true ge nius. Without fear, be moves away from bis base, and cuts clear of it altogether, and in all his strategy and tactics shows an inde pendence of book maxims that has character ized all tbe greatest commander*. McClellan, j although be can put himself on paper with a great deal of aplomb, in action invariably magnified danger or difficulty, always shrank before it, and was never known, in a single Instance, to deviate from the most timid mili tary methods. Tbe difference in the mental and moral constitution of the two men is perfectly illus trated in the simple fact that, while it has taken Gen. Grant only twenty-seven days to reach his present posirion, through an almost continuous storm of battle, and io the face of line on line of most elaborate earthworks, it took McClellan over fifty days to reach the same neighborhood, though finding io his way nothing but the weak works of Yorktown, defended by a few thousands only, yet besieg ed fur a month; and the works of Williams burg, which, in the absence of McClellan, were rendered untenable by Hooker and Hancock, after a few hours’ fighting and which, in fact, might have been turned with out any fighting at all. Postal Reform. An important reform in tbe internal busi ness of his department is proposed by the Postmaster General. Under the existing law, minute accounts sre kept of the postage on all mailable matter sent and received, paid or unpaid, involving the necessity of employing many clerks in Postofflces for this particular purpose, and also in tbe office of the Auditor of the treasury for the Postoffice Department, where the accounts of postmasters are exam ined. Thus, from Bostoo, Xew York, Phila delphia, Cincinnati and Chieagoj-only live posLofflccs—fifty thousand folios ortranscript are sent to the Auditor.each quarter, the originals being kept in those offices. The whole bulk of accounts from all the post offices can be reckoned by tons: and they are mainly kept for the purpose of arriving at the allowance to postmasters,which arc estimated on the amount of postage collected. Bo great is the labor of auditing them, the accounts of a postmaster for a given quarter eonnot be adjusted until after the end of the next quar ter. As tbe revenues of tbe Department are sufficiently protected by the system of pre payment of postage, by means of stamps, for which postmasters are held accountable, tbe Postmaster General proposes to dispense with the vast number of accounts now sent in, by abolishing tbe system of payment by commis sions, and establishing fixed salaries for post masters. These officials will be divided into five classes, the first to reeeive not more than four and not less than three thousand dollars, and so ou down to the fifth, which, from the busiuess done, affords lets than one hundred dollars. By increase of business an office may be elevated to a higher class, thus pre senting a stimulant to each officer to do his duty in every respect. Congress has not yet acted upon the mat ter. _ An Incident of the Battle Field.—A writer in ibe Coogregationaiist gives the fol lowing incident: Returning we saw a newly opened grave.— It was for a Michigan boy of eighteen, who had been shot down at tbe side of bit lather, who was a private in the same company. The father sat beside the grave, carving his boy's name upon a rude bead board' It was his first-born. I took him by the baud and gave him all my heart; offered a prayer, which brother Holmes followed with appropriate words. There was no coffin, but a lew pieces of b< ard were laid in the bottom of tbe grave, between the body aud the bare ground.— "Wrap him in this blanket,” said tbe father, “it is one his sister sent him. Ah, me, bow will they bear it at borne! What will his poor mother do! Bbe must have a lock of his hair.” i siuopeu iu tui me iwiui my pen knife, wlieu a soldier came forward with a Sair of sissors from his little “housewife.”— [y heart blessed the Sabbath school child who had made that timely gift. And so, hav ing rendered the last ollice of faith and affec tion, we laid the brave hoy in his grave, while the cannon were still roaring the doom of others young and brave whom we had just left on the field. Pictubk8. A room with pictures and a room without pictures dilfer about as much as a room with wiudows and a room with out wiudows. Nothing is more melancholy, particularly to a person who has to pass much time in his room, than bleak walls and noth ing on them ; for pictures are loop-holes of es cape for the soul leading to other scenes and spheres. U is such an inexpressible relief to a person eugaged in writing, or even reading, on looking up, uot to have his line of vision chopped off by an odious white wall, hut to find his soul escaping, as it were, through the frame of pn exquisite picture, to other beau tiful and, perhaps, heavenly scenes, where the fancy lor a moment may revel, refreshed and delighted. Thus pictures are consolers ol loneliness; they are a relief to a jaded mind; they are wiudows to the imprisoned thought; they are books; they are histories and sermons, which we can read without the trouble of turn ing over the leaves. Frakki.ih and his Papeb.—Soon after his establishment in Philadelphia, Franklin was ottered a piece for publication in his news paper. Being very busy, he begged the gen tleman would leave it for consideration. The next day the author called and asked his opin ion of it. “Why, sir .“replied Franklin, “i am sorry to say 1 think it highly scurrilous and dehuualory. But being at a loss, on account of my poverty, whether to reject It or not I thought I would put U to this Issue—at bight k , I when my work was done, l bought a two-pen ny loaf on which I supped heartily, aud then wrapping rnysell in my great coat, slept very ■ soundly on the floor till morning, when anoth er loaf aud mug of water afforded a pleasant | breakfast—now, sir, since I can live very com i fortablv in this manner, why should X prosti ' tute my press to personal hatred or passion for a more luxurious living?” One cannot read tbia anecdote of our American sage with out thiuking of Socrates' reply to King Arch elaus, who bad pressed him to give up preach ing in the dirty streets of Athens, and coine and live with him in his splendid court.— "Meal, please your Majesty, is a half penny : a pock at Athens, and water I get for noth ! ing.” _ _ . ■ An unknown friend of ours has left us a | note, as follows : ‘1 writs thtsat yonr desk. I called to ask yes to ! give place in the Independent to the eneloied rhymes. I wrote thorn on witnessing an aetof grest kindness on the part of that good mao. A Kalian. HORACE GREELEY. I know a gilted, honest man. Who sneaks the troth oat freely ; God formed him on His noble plan. And named him Horace Greeley. Unto some folks he doth sppear A hard out and not mealy. But then he has Itburiersspear— And rogues fear Horace Greeley. Aud though the rind is somewhat roagh. If haadied right. 'Cis peely. ’Its only to his foes he’s tough— Three ehtere for Horaee Greeley ’ We approve of the suggestion in the last ' line, and would add a “tiger.”—(Xodepend | ent. REMOVAL. JOSIAH BURLEIGH ■ A* REMOVED TO NEW STORE, EVANS* BLOCK, Nos. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Wholesale and Betail Dealer In C otiiing.C otlis, Tailors’ Trimmings, -AMD GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, Nos. 141 * 143 middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Agent for Grover k Baker's celebrated Sewing Machines, Nos. 141 & 143 Middle Street. NATHAN GOOLD Will say to his friend* that he may be found at Bur* leigh’s, No. 141 k 148 Middle afreet, where he will be pleated to wait upon his former customers. Portland, March 24.1%4. dtf Spring & Summer Stock FASHIONABLE GOODS. -ro* COATS, PANTALOONS AND TESTS. Purohassd from the best assortments, for cash, In New York, and Boston, may be found at the store of WILLIAM C.BECKETT Merchant Tailor, NO. 137 Middle Street. Some of these Goods, which have been recently Imported, differ much in color, texture and fiuisb from the styles that have continued in vogue for a year or two past, and are considered very elegant. Besides these and other Goods,—comprising ail the varieties for fashionable wear, at the same place may be found a good supply of Simmdwrd Gcrmau, French, and English Breadoieths and Dec akima, for genteel suits; together with styles of Vestings selected with a view to suit all tastes. All the new styles for Gentlemen's wear, whether for Press huits or a Basiness Outfits received in their seasons, together with plates of the latest styles of Cutting and Finishing. fcF~Tbe best trimmings always on hand. fST No. 137 Middle Street. — maylldtiw JUST RECEIVED I ROLLINS k BOM), HAVING refitted their store and received a large assortment of ELEGAHT STYLES C L O T H H ! ARE PREPARED TO Show Them to Their Cnatonora Also, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, In Great Variety, -AT 95 Middle Street. _ _ niayStf SPRING OPENING*. A. D. REEVES. TAILOR A DRAPER 98 Exchange St., WOULD respect folly inform his friendsand the public that he bas recently opened a Splendid Ass'trtmen t of Spring and Summer Goods, Which he is ready to make up in the most Fashion* able style, and at the l.ouest ( ash Frires. Thk Ladiks are respectfully reminded that Bid ing Habits, Zouave Jacket*, and Fancy Waists are out and matte at tbia establishment in a style which cannot fail to please them. Military avi> Naval Otitic res are here fit* ted out in true Regts.'ati'm Style. To Fittibmi out f.oYeinthe rocst becoming and durable garments, special attention is given. Dreaa Coat*. Panta, Veata, and Bnaineaa Suita, Made to order and warranted bood * it*. Mr Kreyes as* are* hi* custom or* that hi* work it made not only in the highest s'vlt* of fashion, but in the most thorough and worse ahlikk mansu. The Public are invited to visit this Eurosiua ot Farhiom, and se© it the facts do not hilly come up to this Maximerto. niayl&dlm New Cloak?, and Mantillas! LEAC1I & ROBINSON, 84 Middle St., JJAVE now on band an Elboabt Stock of Cloaks, Cossaxks, and Mantillas, Of their own manufacture. Also, Cloak**, Silks, Ta«itl«, B V1 ’TONS and OK.VAMENTS. LADIES’ QARMEHTB Made to Order. Silks, Shawls and Dress Goods, Cheaper than the Cheapest. LEACH A KOB1X8C.N, _ . S4 M.« idle street. Juue 1—dim INTERNATIONAL BANK! Special Nleetlrp. THE stockholders of this Bank are hereby noti fied that a Special Meeting aijl be held at the Bank on Monday, the 20th day of June, at three o’elock P. II., to consider whether they will take any action in relation to changing the Bank from iti present charter to a charter under the National Bank iug Law;—and to determine whether they will ae I £pt of th« charter of the First National Bank ol ortland. now held by the Directors of the Interna tional Bank. By Order of the Directors. | W E. COULD, C ashier. * Portland, June 4, 18«4. JuneOeodtd MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE 1 -TO Til* BOOKSELILEKS! — AMD — Country Merchants of Me. Wholesale Book Store! • m —AID— PUBLISHING HOUSE. BAILEY AND NOYES, Booksellers and Publishers, Nos. 56 and 58 Exchange Street, Portland, Maine, Are now fully prepared to Supply the Trade! -AT TUB Lowest Wholesale Prices. conlractt rooently made with the Bos ton and New York Publishers, we are enabled to supply any and All of the School Books, L'sed in this State, on The Most LiberalTerms. Haring purchased the Stbbbotypb Plate* from O. L. Savbobm k Co.,‘of this city, wo shall In fu ture publish the valuable Series of School Books heretofore published by them. This series, togeth er with our former publications, will make the fol lowing List:— Horton's. Weld and Quackenbos' Gram mar, The Progtettive Grammar, By Weld k Quackenbos. The Progretiive Parting Book, By Weld k Quackenbos. Weld's Hew Grammar, Weld's Grammar, (Old Edition.) Weld’* Parting Book, Weld'i Latin Lettont and Reader, Holbrook'* Pint Book in Arithmetic, Jackson', Arithmetic. B. A N.,*l»o I>atliab llBBum ab'b Abti-Abuu lakSthtbv or Rapid Mercantile Writing, In Eight Tarts, with printed copies at tho head of each page, in exact imitation of the Author’s beau tiful style of PENMANSHIP. We call special attention to these New Writing Books, As they are admitted to be the nlfctt practical Copy Books ever offered to tho public; and they are now being rapidly introduced, having tho full eudorse* ment of the Siperintendeit of Piblie icbuoli ,f the Stale of Iain. Beside* the above list which wepublith, our Spec ial contracts arc for the following books:— Progressive Series of Readers and 8pellers. Hillard’s Series of Reader, ft Spellers. Sargent's Series of Readers ft Speller,. Colton's ft Fitch's Geographies. Brown's Grammars. Greenleafs Series of Arithmetics. I / BLANK BOOKS, STATIONE RY —AMD— ROOM PAPERS! ' ft FULL STOCK Always On Hand ! N. 11.—booksellers or Country Dealers who are not coming to the city, may write to us stating about what amount they purchase at a time, and we will send them a FIST OF PRICES, It wanted. Bailey Sz> Noyes, Publishers and Booksellers, sm and 58 Exchange Street, Fort-land., Ivle. ' may2«d‘im MISCELLANEOUS, i 1AVVN \ FIRST WTIOWf IU\k -or PORTLAND, designated repository L • ii i-i .Ay U I-. it . • , -or th* UNITED STATES. This Bank Is prepared to receive] subscriptions for j , the new “TEW FORTY EOAW,” which is dated March 1,1894, bearing interest at live per cont. a year, PAYABLE IN COIN, redeemable at the pleasure of the Government alter ton years, and payable in forty years from date, j Interest on Bonds not over one hundred dollars payable annually, aud on all other Bonds semi* annually. Bonds can be bad in sites of 950, 9100, 9500, 91000. WM. EDW. GOULD, mch31 dtf Cashier. FEUCHTWANGER t ZUNDER, NO. 91 MIDDLE STREET, (FOX BLOCK ). Are Again in the Field -with — Divisions, Brigades & Begimonts! -or- ' NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS! FOR THE SPBINIO. Ladies of Portland and vicinity are respectfully invited to call aud see the many beautiful styles ot Foreign end Domestic Dress Goods JUST RECEIVED! Alio, the great variety House Furnishing Goods ! Such as Brown and Bleached Cotton Shootings and Bhirtiogs, Table Linens, Drillings, 1 ickiugs, Donims, Stripes, &c. Also. Just receiving, the lotect styles o! handsome Spring Balmoral Skirts Aud the moat fanhiouable SPUN9 SUA WLS. A complete ntock bf CLOTHS A Nik CABSI.UERES, FOB BOVS’ AND FINN’S WEAK. CLOAKINGS! CLOAKINGS!! An elegant assortment. We are just ready to manu facture to measare. at the shortest notice, aov of the new aud desirable Spring Cloaks. Warren ted to suit. FECCHTWANOEH * ZFNDEB, j (FOX BLOCK), NO. SI MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND, Maui P.8.—Ladies need not ask for goods from the wrecked BteamshipBohemian, as we have uone but sound aud fresh goods, which we warrant as such, apritf Great News! Important Newsl Js/L. Bradt &z, Co., No. 26 ir ket Sqanre, HAVE lately am . d in Portland, and ar* now rea’dy to exWb to the citizens of this city and surrouudmg towns heir entirely new and elegant stock of Gas Fixtures, Of the very latest styles, consisting of Parlor nud Sitting Room Chandeliers, Dining Room and llall Lights, Store Pendents, ltrackels, Portables, Ac. Also a very fine assortment of Kerosene Lamps, Gas and Lamp Shades, of the latest iinprovemnts. Globes. Chimneys, and all sorts of Gas Fittihos, Lamp and and Lantern Trimming. Also on hand, Shaw's Patent Gas Cooking Apparatus*, Of all kinds. They will sell all of the above goods at the very lowest Boston and New York price for CASH. Particular attention will be paid to Gas Fittiuo, Rbpairivo. Hiionzi.-iu and Gildiso of Chandeliers, Lamps, and Bronze Ornament* of all descriptions, in the very highest style of the art, and wil warrant all their work to be perfect. Plbasb call awo sbk Leave year orders for Gas Fitting or Repairing at the store M. BllADT. II. WllITBLBT. Portland, May 10, 1864. maylodtf GRAHTS COFFEE & SPICE MILLS. ORIGINAL ESTABLISHMENT. J. Gr FI .A. 1ST T , Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of COFFEE, SPICES, Snltrralus Sc Cream Tartar, Setc Coffee and Spire Milts, 13 and 15 Union street, Portland. Me. e Coffee and Spices rut up for the trade, with any address, in all variety of packages, and warranted as represented. Coffee roasted and ground for the trade at snort notice. jar All gcods entrusted at the owner's risk. marehlOdtf NEW ORLEANS. S. D. MOODY &■. CO.j OommipHion Merchant, 07 Tchoupl tonics at.. New Orleans. La. Kefereno**: Baker A Morrill, Boston; Frauklin 8uow A Co., Bo-ton; Wise % Russell, Bo-ton ; C. Nickerson A Co., N. Y.; Rich A Co., 8t. Louis. tffT' Particular attention given to Consiynmente gf vessels, Lumber, Hag, Oats, fc. mcli28d8m 'z&m REDUCED RATES! IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS -TO TH. West, North West & South West! W. IL LITTLE. IS Agent for all the great leading routes to Chica go, Cincinnati. Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukie, Galena, Oskosh. St. Paul, LaCrosse, Green Bay, guincy. St. Louis, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cairo, etc., etc., and is prepared to furnish Throiou Ticks is from Portland to all the principal cities and towns in the loyal States and Canada*, at the lowest rates of fare, and all needful iuformation cheerfully granted. Travelers will find it greatly to their advantage to procure their tickets at the , Union Ticket Ottice, 31 Exchange Street, (OP STAIRS.) W. L>. LITTLE, Aiient. gjp Patrroffors for California, by the Old Litie Mali Staainer and l’auama Kail road, may be secured by earlv application at this office. Tickets to Montreal <t»d Quebec and return (via the liraud Trunk Kailway) may be obtained at this agency on favorable term*. uiay26«l&wtt the boston fike bkick And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works, 3S4 Federal street, Office ami Warehouse IS Liberty Square and 7 Batter) march St, manufacture Fire Brick, all shapes aud aitea, for furnaces required to stand the moat intense heat also Furuaco Blocks and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers'Oven and Orcen-houscTiles,Clny Retorts and necessary Titos to set them, Ftra Cement, Fire Clay aud Kaolin. The undersigned will give their special attention that all orders toy the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMES K MONO 4(0. Sellixo Audits, 13 Liberty Square, Boston, mchll eod6m _ TO SHIP BUILDERS. P. S. efc ,T. B. HUOKINB, /COMMISSION MKRCH ANT8, and wholesale and KJ retail dealers in Shit Timber isel'UKi, Have for sale at Iheir Wharf, Central Suoaer, EsBT BoBTOX,*50,(100 Locust and Oak Treenaile, J.000 Hackmatack Kneel, planed. Also White Oae FLAEKEudriHBElt.CUKETXl'T BOARD" and i’LAKE I White Fixe, Dece-Flaxk, Ac. Farticulmr at I tention paid to Furnishing Oak I'lank by the Cargo, inch'.!4 d3m Maine Medical Association. THF. Twelfth Annual Meeliugaf this Association will he held at tiro Common Connotl C'namber, in Portland, on Weduesdav morning, June 16 1864. U. L. UOOOALE. Secretary. I Portland, May SO. maylldtd BUSINESS CARDS. BRADLEV, MOULTON k ROGERS, Wholwali Dbalkbs IV Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Thomas Block, ROBKRT BRiI.IV. > a. K roulto.n, [ PORTLAND, MR. A. a. ROORRS. ) • maySdtf W. W. CARR & CO., Haring taken the Frnlt Store formerly ooeupled by O. SAWYKK. Wo. S Exchange Street, Art prepared to offer to the trade a large and wtU •elected stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit! Wholesale and Retail Oranges. Spruce Gam, Lanengea Lemnns, Canary Seed, Candles, Limas, Leman Syrup, Haney, Pranas, Cocoa Nats. Pigs. Citron, Nats, all lalada. Dates, OH res, Raisins, Takaeea, Sardines, Cigars. Pnney Candles af all desorlptlna. oot9 dtf ISA WOT, Agent, 1STo. 11 Union St., I* prepared to Itaroiah STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, of rarioos sizes and patterns, Wmb ftp* ui Putin*, liU finiiM, Skaftiig, filleji, it. Lioht Uodm Won of all description*, and all kind* of work required in bonding PtaTinoATiosa. IronStaira and other Architectural Work. House*. Store*, and other baildinge, fitted with Oae and Steam in the best manner. In connection with the abore i* an Iron Foundry, with a large assortment of Pattern*, to which the attention or Machinist*, Millwright*,and Ship-Build er* is invited—and all kind* of Castings furnished at short notice. er*Ordersfor Machine Jobbing, Patters* and Forging*, promptly executed. oo2dtf S I »«ER! s SEWING MACHINES! WOODRAN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS, ITo*. 84 and Middle 8 tract. Reeditsaad Trimming*always eakaad. mohistr A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, DENTIST, No- 170 Middl Street. Biruuon.Dr*. Baoov ud Bihui. Portland, May 36,1868. tf Dr. J. H. HEALD HAVING disposed of his entire iaterest la his Office to Dr. 8.C FERNALD, would cheerfully reocommend him to his former patients and the pah* lio. Dr. Fbrualo, from long experience, is prepar ed to insert Artificial Teeth on the ‘‘Vulcanite Base," and all other methods known to the profession. Portland. Ma? 36. IK** tf ~ JOHN F. SHERRY, Hair Cotter and Wig Maker, No. 13 Market Square,Port’ Hid, (ap stairs.) tf^Separate room for Ladies' and Children's Hall Catting. A good stock of Wigs. Half-Wig*, Bands, Braids, Carls, Frisetts, Pads, Boils, Crimping Boards, Bo., Be., constant]y on hand. teS2’6S dl? WOOD AND COAL CHEAP FOR CASH ! $9.50. CHEAPjCOAL. $9.50 PRIME LOT CHESTNUT COAL 89.50 ? TON, 8PKINU MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH. UKZILTON, SUGAR LOAF, OLD COMPANY LEHIGH. LO CUST MOUNTAIN JOHNS. DIAMOND. WEBS TER and BLACK HEATH. These Coals are of the vary beat quality, well screened and picked, and warranted to give satisfaction. Also for sale best of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Office Cobmkjicial St., head of Franklin Wharf. 8. ROUNDS A SON. ffcblf dly WARREN'S IMPORVED FIRE AND WATERPROOF FELT COMPOSITION, -AMD Gravel Roofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. E. HEHSEY, Agent, JanM dtf No. IS Union Street ALBERT WEBB ft CO* -dial ana ia Corn, Flour and Grain, HXAD or MKKULL'S WHAJUT, Cmmrrial Slroot, - - ParlUid, Mo. Colley, Burnham & Co., Cabinet Makers and I'pkolsterers, 368, Congress Street, ARE prepared to do all kinds of Cabinet and Up holstery work, at the shortest notice. All kinda of Furniture, Lounges dc NaUreue* —constantly on hand— N. B. The pablic are invited to call and examine. n»‘*h4 dtf JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK, mcL17 ti&wtr Tumfiu Stkuut. Scotch Canvas, -roa BA LB BY JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Bath, Me. <)AA BOLTS Superior Blenched ZUUsj.d.AuCyU^ AHJAWJJJ., *00 do Kutru All Lou* Cm Arorouru. *00 do Nur, rine Delivered In Portleod or Bostou. But*. April to. IMS* toll dll M. PEARSON, Sliver Plater, ▲ Wi> MAVUrACTUBKR OF SILVER WARE, 238 Congress St.,Opp. Court Home,Portland,Me ryAll kiuds of WAKE, such a# Knives, Forks, Spoons, Cake Baskets, Castors, Ac., p:steel in the best manner. Also, UK PAIRING and RK FINISHING Old Silver Ware. J*n29 d6m REMOVAL. DR. NEWTON HAS removed his residence to No, 37 Middle Street, corner of Frauklin street. Office as heretofore, No. 116 Exchange Street, in Noble's Block, up stairs. Office hours from 9 to 10 A. M., from 2 to 3, and from 8 to 9 o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with teener*! practice, to civs special attention to DISEASES OF FEMALES. oc31dtf WILLI AMA.PEARCE, PLUMBER! XAKKR OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 121 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold and Shower Bath*, Wash Bowls, Brass dr Silver Plated Cocks, INVERT description of Water Fixture. for Dwsl J ling House*. Hotels, Public Buildings. Shops, ke , arranged and set up in the best manner, and all orders in town or country faithfully executed. All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to. Constantly on hand LEAD PIPES, SHEET LEAD aud BEER ' PUMPS of all descriptions. apSdtf WANTS, LOST,FOUND House Wanted. WANTED to t>nrcba«e f»r cAfta, a convenient H^use suitable lor a ant ill family, w ith usual convenienc e, centrally and pleasantly located — Price not to exceed 93,000. Addrei* -Taylor” at the Press Office. maylStf Hoard. OUITS of Rooms, with Board, can bo obtained ky ^ applying immediately at 3u Danforth street. M.y 11th. m.yladtf ANOTHER VICTORY] THE HOOD TIME HAS EOME! T11E good tiioe coming has come at last, and we are now prepared to offer to the citiiens of this city and the country, the largest and finest selected •tuck of Fashionable BEADY-MADE CLOTHING EVER OFFERED rtf THIS STATE. Old Fogy System Done Away Witk! And wo hare established A New Order of Things ! By selling our goods at a SMALL PROFIT, And Selling Large Quantities, Instead of piling them on the shelved to be Aop worn, waiting to make 100 percent. He have our good* made ixfikuly for ns, be ing connected with a large .riiinuiat iui tug i>ntabii»iiiiieiit in Boston, And our chief aim is to produce the very latest and Host Fashionable Styles, As well as the most tastxfcl awd durarlk. We are receiving nkw ojodb dally. Ho shop worn goods reinaiu on our bauds, but everything is fresh and new. - ? he attention of the public is particularly called to our NEW ESTABLISHMENT, Where can 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 30, 1841. mayaOoodlm A. & S. 8HURTLEFF A CO., NOS. .51 & 56 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND. Manufacturer* and Dealer* in Hen'i Boy*’ and Youth's Thick, Xip and Calf Booti, Women’s Hisses and Children’s Goat. Kid and Calf Balmorals, Hubbera. Shoe Slock, findings, Ac. \\tll H our superior facilities for msnufuturiag. > T and a large experience in the business, w« we are able to sell a* low a. in Boston or elsewhars I Holers are respectfully invited to call and ex amine unr stock before purchasing. «TOrdorv by mail promptly attended to. Portland, April 23.1«64. d*m P. $400. B. THE undersigned being licensed by the United State/, are prepared to procure Pensions, Bounties, Arrears of Pav and Prize Money tor Sol diers. Seamen or their heirs, bills for Board and Transportation of Kecruits or Drafted Men collected. All demands against the State er United States at tended to. Having an agent both at Washington and Angusta. and having had larte experience, we fee* safe in awwrUajr that any bnatnees entrusted te our care will be faithfUily and »r«mptir •**#••0,1 We have also an agent in New York to attend to the payment of Prize money. Advice tree. Approved Claims cashed MANLEY k 8AWYBB. Office*3$ Kx bangs, gt.. Fox Block Portland. Me. J. U. XAMLIY. w. §. IAWTUL References: Hon. 8am). Cony,Governor of Maine. Hon. J. L. Hodsdon, Adjutant Sen. of Maine. Hon. Wm. Pitt Fessenden, U. 8. Senator. Hon. Lot M. Morrill, U.S. Senator. _»PM__ _dAwtf Ice Cream ! Ice Cream ! ! -A_t Brown’s Oyster and Ice Cream Saloon, No. 152 till 154 Exchange St., Opposite the International Mouse. msyTdtf Goal and WoodI -at m LOWEST PRICES FOR CASI, DELIVERED TO ANY PART OP THE CITY, AT SHORT NOTICE. Our Coil la of th« vory BEST quality, ud vtr* ruled to (ire »ati* Action. -ALSO, JTOB BALE All Kinds of Hard and Soft Wood. The Public are Invited to yiv# ae a call, ae we are bound to rive eatia Action to aij who Avor ae with their oiutom. OFFICE NO. 49 COMMERCIAL STREBT. RAMDALL A McALLISTKR »ar*)iy_ The Misses Bailey’s Home School. fllilK Misses Hailey having purchased the place in X New Glonce* er formerly occupied by the Hev. F. Teuton, as a Hoarding School, propose opening there a Home School lor Girls and Boys, in which the advantages of a careful home training will he united with thorough instruction in all the branches taught in seminaries of the tirst class Tho long experience* of one teacher as Principal of % Home School in Virginia, and the reputation of the other as a successful teacher ot many years standing. In Portland, will. His hoped, procure pa tronage amt insure success. A Gentleman of experience will be at the head of the Home Department, and pay particular atten tion to the physical training of the pupils. For information see circulars or Inquire of Miss A. M. BAtLKY, No. 69 Spring street. Ukkkkkju'es :—Rev. J. W. Checkering. I). D.; Hon. John Neal; Charles A. Lord; llexekiah Pack* ard; Joseph Libbcy. New Gloucester, May 26. 1364 maylMdlwthenitawtf The Extraordinary Success Which has attended the introduction by us of CALIFORNIA WINES, la not only a fitting tribute to the purity and beauty of the Wines them*elv«s, hut a cheering indication of a desire among the people to encourage AMERICAN INDUSTRY* The wine Trade Review, the organ of the Britiah trade, calls them “excellent in quality and a great success." Our br mds of these Wines may he <ound upon the table* of The Most Fastidious Connoisseurs. The leading portion of the American preta have extolled their merits, and the verdict to all who us« them is that They are the Pureat. The Choapest, and l’he Bent. ASK FOB TUB LABEL OF] PERKINS, STERN & CO„ WHO ABK THB PIO.XKK3 HOl’BB, And the only oue in the Atlantic State* dealing ex cluslvely in CALIFORNIA WINKS. raay2Seodlm THE FIRST VITIOM \\\\\ OF PORTLAND. Holders of U. S. 7-30 Notes, Can hare them exchanged lors'x percent, twen ty year bonds by leaving them with this bank IAe interest on the note* will be paid in coin, at the rate 7 3 10 perceut. to July 1, and the bond* will be de livered here as soon as they can be prepared by the 1 Government. These 20 year bonds arc the most de sirable of any of the government securities. Con versions must be made in sums of 9500 or its multi ple. A commission of one quarter oi one per eent. will be charged. W. £. GOULD. Cashier. • Portland, Raj 25, 1804. may26codtf MISCELLANEOUS. I PU RER PATENT BOOTH. THE above Boots and >hot* are comfortable from the first wearing and require no “Breaking in," I and therefore much more durable. PLUMER PATENT BOOTS. Men'* Pegged Calf Plumer Boot*, *6 60 Men's Pegged Caf Plumer Hoot*, 6.00 Men’* Pegged ( aM Plutntr Bi.ot»t 6.60 I Men** Pegged Calf Plumer Boot*, 7.0U Men * Sewed Calf Plumer Boot*, 97 6C \ ( Men’* Sewed Cuff Plumer Boot*, k.OO Pf§9*d Caf Palmoral*, * 98 60 Men * Pegged Calf Ha!morale, 4 U) Just received, all the varieties of the finest quality, light and heavy Men’s Calf BoMs. Onr Boots are made of eight different widths and are designed for • genteel class of feet not hitherto fitted by Meade Manyfact urea Boot* Iheyaie made of the b« st stock, by the most careful and skillful workmen,and overy pair is ws'ranted both in reference to stock and workmanship. From Rev Henry Ward Beecher __ . „ Brooklyn. May t, 1W». Mr. J. C. Plumer.—Dear Sir,—Had my Boots been • S2T* 0,1 toe th<‘T cou,t* not h*v« fitted me better.— They were more comfortable the very first day than ! my boots generally are after months <>f usage. I cannot praise them too highly. They have tut oneseriens fault, they will make all other boots teem uncomfortable By tbe way, yon carried off my lasts They were ■ the rigi.t ones, and I took them oat with my own hands, and know they fitted l’lease send them to mo again by express I am, rery truly. Your obliged servant, U. W. BEJt< HER LADIES’ BOOTS. Ladies' I’lumer Patent Pa! moral Boots, $4 CO | Ladies’ Pinner Patent Congress Boots, 4.50 The above boots are made from the best stock, and expressly to my own order. Kvery pair is warrant ed. the same aa if a measure was taken. Ibis work is the same as sold by the first class retail dealers in I Boaton, and pronounced by them superior to the best | New York work. Ladies’ Balmoral Boots. Ladies' .Sergo Balmoral Boots, SI.75 Ladies' Merge Balmoral Boots, 2.U) Lid*s' Serge Balmoral Boots, 2.26 Ladies’ Merge Balmoral Boots, 2.5ft Ladles’ Metge Balmoral Boots, 2 75 LADIES9 COX<;RE8K BOOTH. Ladles’ Merge Congress Boots, f 1.10 Ladies’Serge Congress Boots. 1.75 \ Ladies' Merge Congress Boots, 2.00 Ladies’ Serge Congress Boots, 2.26 I Ladies’ Serge Congress Boots, 2.60' Ladies’ I n ion Boots. Ladies’ Union Boots. 2 <V Ladies’ Union Boots, 2.26 Just received, all the varieties of the parest quali ty of Misses and Childrens’ Boots and Mnoes, and tor sale at fair prices E NLTTKB. . . _ VI, Middle st. June 1st, 1964, jnne 1 is WINSLOW S MACHINE WO*#* ; MANUFACTURER'S BL*’*'*' UNION STREET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, MAVUVAOTI BIB OP Steam Engines. Steam Boilers. Shafting Pulleys Ueanug, and all kinds of Machinery Also Low and High Pressure ft*eara Heating Ap paratus for Kaotories. Public Buildings and Dwelling Uoa«es. In this De par.ment the fs ablishroent has been nnc»mn .only successful Steam Cocke. Yalve* Whistles. and steam. Water and lias Pipe and connection* furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and faithfully Done. la eoan-ctIon with the above establishment is aa Iron Pound ry, with a large assortment of pattern# and a Planing Mill, where wood planing of all kinds may be done. maySdtf FOR SALE, Oioap for Cash.! A etXAT VAniBTT OP CXILDRirS CARRIAGES, Bird face*, Bockiag Horses, Ladies Work aid Traveliag Baskets, Tor*, Marble*. FORT MON AIKS, LADIES’ RETICULES AND hags. Diu ms. violins, giuahs, VIOLIN STRING*. WHITING EESK3, WORK BOXES, He -BT- | W. D. ROBINSON, 20 Exchanges!. MillSm The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN ! Are the beet instruments of their class in tbs world. Nearly all the most proinium' artists in the country hare given written testimony to this effect. and these instruments are in constant use in the concerts of » the most distinguished artists—as liottschalk and others—as well as in the o eras in the principal eit- j ies. whenever sach instruments nr* required. Price \ to ft800 each These lnstrum»n*a may he found - at the Music Mooma of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturers’ prices. II. 8. EDWARDS, No.849J Stewart’s Block, Congress St. _ aprlSdtf FORTlAil HEAIINI li&TITlTl. DR. H. T. PACKER, H.\ V1NU | aid spoeial attention to the study and treatment of diseases for the last twenty years, 1 may now be consulted at the above named Institute OH. COXtiEESS AXD CHESTNUT STS., During the usual basinets hoars. tr The Dr. withes to call special attention te hi* mode of treating diseases of the Throat an<i Lungs. < barges reasonable HUMPHREY T. PACKER, I. D., • Proprietor of Portland Healing Institute. Mm. a. B. Packer, Having now bsoome permanently associate* with *.be Portland Healing lusti’nte. in conuectioa with her husband.the Dr , would say, after a successful practi c of more than e’even years with diseases pe culiar to the Femal Organism, that she can uow he consulted at the above named institute, Corner <*f Congress and Chestnut Streets, At the usual busiuee* hour*. |y < barges reasonable. SARAH H. PAf'KEK. Assistant Physician to Portland Heal ng Institute. Portland. June 1,1864. JuneleodSw Copmrtnemhlp Notice, -AMD BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT THE subscribers having on the Ttb day of May formed a copartnership under the name of | McCarthy Ac Berry, For the purpoco of carrying on the BOOT AMD SHOE BU8IHESS ' In all its branchos, and having all the fkcilitie# fer get’ing up first class work fur gentlemen and lad es wear, are now ready to execute all orders with iwat nees and dispatch Our work will be made of the test of imported stock, bv the best of workman, iml , warranted to give per ect isttsfactU n It is our sirs that our work shall not be second to any In the Unit ed States. Wo have also oompleted a stock of ready made work of the first quality, for Ijadioa, Gentleman, and Children’* Wear, Selected from New York and Boston markets. Our Ladles' work Is from the celebrated Hurts .Vannfactorg of New York For tientlemen * wear we have the best assortment ( ever offered for sale in thi# c»ty. eaoh M Ane French Patent Leather Boots; t»love t alf and t alf < on gross for gentlemen’s wear; I •t’*ut Leather t on- » greM. and # alt Cjngres* Balmoral, and i #w I ranch the n«w itrlo < R1 M I F.D F RON! BL'( KLE BOOT, now made by Met ar liy A Ber ry9 For neatness, contort and beautv. it surptsse» anything ever got up la this city la 1 and *ee it; samples alwa) s on hand at the old staud of M Me I °>rthy McCarthy & berry, No. 9ft Exchange Street. jnnoldtl CITY OY POHTLABID. THE committee on Highways Ac., will receive ceded proposals for furnishing ten thousand tom Sea Island paving stores during the months ot I MayJuueaud July—equal quantities each month. ! The parties proposing will please late what portion > of said stones—I r leas than the whole amount—they will furnish as above. Proposals will be received until June 3d. 1864. The committee reserve the right to reject any or all proposals not deemed for theln terest ofthc city, rer order J. E. DONNELL, Chairman. April lttb, 1364 apK dAwtd 1 _millinery. " 1 1>VN\ N VALUER 'j BEG leare to e ill tho attention of the ttnde eeaer nlly to their large mil * WELL SELECTED STUCK MILLINERY GOODS, 1 Purchased for ( ASH, of beet Importing and auc. fi°n houin in .New Y ork. Such 1a their experienen “'hJ l,'J**»««ar and fnciliUea fcr oltsinlug good#, they teel m.iy confident in being able to incceuikllr t compete with any Uriea In New England. UVV.. P*‘tM '"ken to keep n lull etoek of 3 .ud Ladies’ SKIRTS. __Junel.llna straw goods. " T's^raw Wurtl 'Vim trnm 'be Union , . >i.rfw Work#. koxboro. Mans , all :he new and ilatV! * ,,J °f *.«ee“md l*lSJ Straw Bonnets, Gf nil qualities. Alio eocitajitly on hand a i.,_ .took of French and AmnriCl rSnSTRaXT Head Dreaaee. he . which he will tell at the losrSJt pricee. JOHN E PALMER. Juneldlm_HI Middle atreot, Portland. NEW MILLINLRY'sTORE. Ncav Goode! MRS. A. R0BEKT8ON hna taken the Saw »tor. 2*0. 31 Free Street, corner of ( enter, aid •elected a Superior Jfortment of MIELUNTERY, Which she will be pleased to offer to her triaada and the public, on and after the 6th in«t. r. 8. A good assortment of MOURNING Conatnatlj on hand . three or four good Milliners can tecetTe ft and T employment by inquiring ae above, apq decdtf " I 18 open Day and Evening, for a Thorough n mTnw Education. Locatad I860. Hanson Block, middle St„ Ns. I«l, Scholarship* fed In any par* of tha Called Slam ,ne Principal ha* had 30 yaara txparieaea; Is aiwusu on the spot, and attend* lo hi* buaiaaaa; and inn v iaes, a* during the past 12 years, no pains ikfl W •pared la tba futnra. Fla# hnndrad rafaraajfr^ the first elass buajnefa man, with maay othr ...” ally, willteatifa to the practiaal otJ*' 4 D«ra and completenea* of my I”* to uit tame, i upif>ira> . . „——a «. _*1.^, nn aAHMM A , i ■■"ISisHIt Hv• rSu, ■sruawa Plan, the Too*-*'*'CommareM CoU—A ««r*e% adhered"2* regarda not copying. terrain ttmw -jir.vaerotod to Comrr.ercraf Law alaeidaMaaa.— "me all who bar*failed to be taught a tula — kaod-wrlting and I will gaaranteo M yaa — p***a. Applications solicited fur Accountant*. Separate la itrnetion giren. Slndenta aan enter any Mae. lap irate room* for I.edlee. Tuition reasonable. Iatrb ate accounts adjusted. Ladles aad tientlemea thug leaire to fake lesion*, or a full, or a separata coarse, a either Book-Keeping, Kasigatien. C—ji Law, Phonography, Higher Msthematiee, CTrll Ba nnecring, Sunrriug. Satire Bniineee WrMia Commercial Arithmetic. Correepondenae, Card Marking, (aad teaching from printed copies sag rezt Books will be avoided please call, or ad drew the Principal. K. K BROWS. Portland. Oet.l. 1<K3. oe» eodhaowly PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! BACK. PAY '• Are obtained for Wounded Sold lure (d itc barged) Mid the friend* of deeeaaed aoldiera who are entiUed lo the tame by j B Tit OH D. VEBKILL, luiritj ud Couse!lor, - it }$. 117 liddl* Stmt, -iSD Licensed Agent for all tha Departments it Washington. Portland, April 13. ISM. a;35 eoddm TAKR A \* O:\SOVS Patent Metallic or Copper Paint* FOR VESSELS’ BOTTOMS. To Owiirn and .*lnMrr> of VmnIr This auperlor article I* offered with tba fUUeal sum fldence. When applied to WOODEN BOTTOM VESRRLR I* will be found a perfect *ubstitat» fer Capper Sheathing, and a COMPLLTL PKESKRVATlTl from WoKMS, KAItrtACLLS, LHASA he Tam «el* trading to the W*»t India and Soathera Perm will And it particularly lor their lutereat lo aw We ParawT Metallic on Correa Patar, The proprietor* will In every earc guarantee, net * only tbat their Copper I’aiat i* superior to nay aow In use. but also to any tbat be* been heretofore oft f-red to the public Printed direction* for use accompany each eaa. For sale, wholesale and retail, by the XulhA turers' Agent*. LYMAN & MARRETT, Ship OhancilerB, No. 11.1 Commercial Street, apS0 3taw3m I'ORTLARD. United States Claim Agency! Bounty, Prize Honey ft Pensions, CAN b« obtained on .pplicttlon to SWEATS CLEAVES, Attorney* nt Lav, No. 117 M.'ddlc rtrcft, Mu;mt a kav. m<vtlM-ddm MAINE INSURANCE 00. Aoguatu, Maine. TilK Maine Vn.nranco Company inanra ania.1 lo« or damage by Tire, H,aiding,. Merabaa- , dm and Karmtnre, on term. a. Urorabl, aa It mm be done br any aotvent Company. I'olieiea laaaaS tor On*. Three, or Fir, ran. J. L. COTLEK, Treeideat. J. H WILLIAMS,Secrtury. EDWARD SHAW-Agent, < Ho. 102 Middle Street. toUMdly __ Navigation Taught — »t — ® T. 11. PARSONS . -*t_ gif Vo. 12, Deer Street, Portland. (IJ fcNTI.FMIN deelroue of instruction til Fr««ftf~ * g| T cal Navigation will find an • lpcrienctd (hO* •r. He Is the only experienced Ship Matter la UM Stata. who teaches Narration, and it especial!? ap pointed to '{ua!if\ Kaaigts and Mates for the f. I. Navy. mehtteedflm STARBIRD’S Clothes Cleaning, and Bepairing R O O M 8. f|TH!S p'lpu'ar and eoarenient establisl mat la M now located on the corner of Coafteta and Hrowu tlmti, over Hunt k J»**ll i Marble Work*, where ENTLBMEJTS GARMENTS will be thoroughly cleansed, faithfully and reatly repaired, and preseed 1®food taste, to soa/orm with the present style of ffcthicn. The constant In ere ate ol patronage bestowed aeon the proprietor, it duly appreciated by him. end be assures all who fhvor him with their custom, that no paint shall bo spared ^ to give them the uIuumii satisfaction. X. R- Garments eat and made to order, and war ranted to fit li. B. 8TAKBIKH, For laud, Hay 3dth, 1864. Fractical Tailor, dtf GREEN HOUSE AND BEDDING CU T PLANTS, 1 Respectfully Inform the pob’lc that I have op hand a large assortment of Gieea lienee ana Bedding-out Flants. for bpnug sale, of superior •lualitv. via: Vignts.is, Gaiiliis. rxxAHAowr Pts, FAveaa and Koi*ae. Also, a flue oolleetioa Of AftTKH I LAM'S, ft C , ftc.. ft*. A teleotiou u.av alwa>t bo found at Randall ft Widiocy •*, Market Square. L rdert left there wtli be promptly attended to ALBERT DIRWANGKR, Flo net Corner ef North aud Montreal btreete. Portland, Me. aprSOtf Notice. fllllE Trustees of Westbrook Seminary are hereby *■ notified that their Anroal Sleeting will be held on Wend need ay. the B'tk iuet, at three o’clock la the afternoon,at Ihe Suuicary Building in Weat bro* k, for the choice of officer, ft rile eeaning yetur, and to transact any other bu-in ss that may legally oome belote ft etn Ht-a d meetti g. ^ UK AM VI LI. K M SI EVENS. hecreta-y Board Trustee* We.throok, .Tune? IBM —c'td Nurse. 4 NY one In want of an experienced Narae, cla ia. learn of one by addict lag Nl'K.AK, Jane 4.—eodlnr* Voi tlacd, r. O, :

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