Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 14, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 14, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY VOLUME III. PORTLAND, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1864. PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN. Editor, • pablisLed et No. 8W NICllJtNGE BIKhhT.bj N. A. FOSTER* CO. Tbs P«btlabi> Dailt PbusIi publislxdat(8 00 per year; if paid strictly in advance, a discount ol #1.00 will ba made. Single copies three cents. ran AIai.vk Statu 1'ubss » pnblisbod every Thurs day morning,at #2.00 per annum, in advance; #2.26 If paid within six months; and #2.60, If payment he dalaysd beyond the year. lintes of Ad vertisinsc: One inch of space in length of column, constitutes a "busass." #1.60 p«r sonars dally first week; 75 oents per week alter; tnrueinsertions or less. #1.00; continuing eve ry other day alter first wcuk, 60 oents. * Half sqaaro, i.iruo insertioas or Iom, 76 oents; one week, #1.00; 60 cents per week after. 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Bishop Simpson’s Speech at the Opening of the Philadelphia Sanitary Fair At the request of the President of the Uni ted States, mid in Ills behalf, I accept from the honored Executive Committee the vast treasures contained in these immense build ings, the noble and generous offerings of the Citizens of New Jersey, Delaware and Penn sylvania, to be dedicate,d in the name of the people, to the use of the sick and wounded in our army and navy. • • • • When 1 look Around this lulildinir and wan tier through these departments 1 am astonish ed at the multitude and the magnitude of the offerings, at the skill and taste displayed in the arrangement, aud in the decorating, and at the patient, persevering labor which has been expended in producing these great re sults. But why ail this outpouring of treasure ? Why this universal stirring of the national heart? We are in tfar—earnest terrible war with a people of the same race with our for mer brethren, who have breathed the same air of freedom, who have been educated in the tame schools of learning, who have been in spired by tbe noble deeds of the same hon ored ancestry. But the leaden of the South have toru them from us. They were weary of our constitutional forms. They murmured at aud feared the growing spirit of freedom, and they broke the bonds of our ancient cov enant. They seized a part of our fair heritage and have sought to found a government whose corner-stone is human slavery. They have erected their altar to this dark Moloca, and verily they have made their sous pass through a terrible lire; and more victims have been al ready offered on this dark altar than wero ever sacrificed on the altar of that angry diety ol old. But the iujury stops not there. The friends of the Uuiou have risen in their might, aud have rushed to tbe rescue. The farmer has left his plough, the mechanic his shop, the man of letter his desk, and the merchant his office. Toe noblest of our brave young men have been foremost in the thickest of the tight, aud though, amid tbe smoke and carnage of battle, some of the stars have been dimmed and some of the stripes have been toru, yet the star spangled banner still waves and the millions rally round the flag! (Long con tinued and deafening applause.) But, alas, how many brave ones have fallen! How many are wounded! To-day, In camp, and in hospital and on the battlefield, perhaps at this very hour, multiplied thousands of our husbands, and brothers and sons are lying among the sick aud the wounded. Shall their comrades cease from the battle strife to care for them, or shall other hands less able and leas skilled in war, perform these offices of kindness ? Shall they be left to suffer and to die neglected, orsbail every attention which humanity can suggest be freely gi ven to them ? This question you, with others, are answering by your donations and by your labors. This laud of ours is a wonderful land. The government has called for men, and they have come from every plain aud from every woun tain, and from every v&lley, until more than a miiliou have atood in martial array.- And yet our crops have been sown and gathered, the aound ol the hammer is heard in the shop, and the hum of machinery in thu factories. Our wharves are laden with goods; our cars ' 'arecrowded with passeugers; every village and town is enlarging its limits; our city streets are full; whole blocks are added to our buildings; and still the crowded population cry for room. Money has been called for, and though the government has called for hundreds of mil lions its loans have all been .earnestly taken. We have been taxed, and the taxes have been unmurmingly paid. And, in additiou to all this, the people come forward with their free ofleriugs by millions to aid and comfort the wouuueu nuu iuc uyiug. t/ a ins Sanitary Commission has already collected, iu money aud in values, more than ten millions of dollars. And the Christian Commission has also received and is receiving large sums for its noble work. Nor are these sums merely the offerings of the wealthy. Mauy of them have given nobly. But the poorest vie with the richest iu devo tion to this cause. Females of limited means, the laboring man, the working woman, teach ers and children in our schools, artists and amatenrs—all have given freely. The old graudmother, with failiug eyes, has sat up ou long wiuter eveuings busily kuilling for the poor soldier boy, aud the little prattler has fathered a flower to add to your colleclious of beauty and ioviiness. Ail have given, for all have felt. All have friends who have suffered or who may suffer, and the image of loved ones cheers them on to labor. God has touched every heart. He has written a lesson which the ages may read, that great wrongs must terminate iu great catastrophes; aud the people have resolved that, cost what it may, the system which could not live withlu the limits of the constitution shall die beyoud It! (Great applause.) 1 remember wbeu 1 was travelling on the Pacific slope, to have witnessed a river taken from its bed, half way up the mountain sides, and its waters distributed all over the hill sides aud plains, and wherever the golden sands were found, and at the side of every rill, the miner stood aud gathered with eager care, the precious particles. That same river ere thus it was parted, had been formed by hundreds of springs from the monutalu tops. So It is with your grand agencies. In the great centres, you have gathered all the little rill* from the country aud from village, until they have swelled into a deep broad river. Chicago aud Baltimore, New York and Brooklyn, St. Louis and 1‘iltaburg, all gather ed their tributaries and concern rated their vast treasures. Philadelphia comes last but not least. Here are the gathering tills from Dsleware aud New Jersey, and from the mountain heights of Pennsylvania, pouring tbelr volumes into this great reservoir. Here they shall be transformed by fairy hands commingled and distributed, until some little rill shall flow beside every sick and wounded one iu the camp and hospital, aud returning life, and health and love shall far outweigh all the golden sands of California's coast. * * As we turn to descry the signs of the times, I think 1 can see the light dawning over the mountain tops. Our resources seem uudlmin lahed, while the recources of the rebelfion are fast becoming exhauacd. Its borders arc con tracting, iu vitality i, wauing, while wit'.i us new fields of wealth are ever opening. Our vast territories, from Arizona to MonUua, from California to Colorado, are nnveiuing their mines of boundless wealth, aud are wait ing only for the miner's toil. When this strife is over our national colors will be green and gold,for greenbacks aud gold will everywhere be at par! (Tremendous cheering). Speculations may be rife lor a lit tle while, men may trade In gold and try to depredate our national currency; but as Hook around me here 1 am bold to aver that the la dles, always firm friends of union, will everen • courage notes of legal tender! (Applause cheers and laughter). We have resources, too, in brave men. Tii true that many of them sleep in the dust.— Lyon and Baker, and Sedgwick and Wads worth, and others, rest in their gloiy. Bui we have heroes still living. Sherman is jus! now showing from hi* onward career that h< is m Northern man with Southern proclivities. (Cheers and laughter.) We have a Thom.**, who never doubts. (Cheer.) We bavea Hook er, who puahea Ui» hosts amid thu clouds. (Cheers.) New England has given her Howard, who, one armed,still within bimselfa host. (Cheer?.) And a liutier, who is the terror of the Confed eracy. (Hurrahs and prolonged cheers.) Penn sylvania that In her Hancock she has a tower of strength, (cheers) and near her heart she bears her Meade of honor! (Cheer upon cheer.) While the giaut West, from the shores of her broad Mississippi, sends us a Grant 01 Uncon ditional Victory ! (Tremendous outbursts of applause, culminating in a“three times three,” given with full emphasis.) Nor are our seamen less brave. A gallant Foote has ended his labors and peace be to his , memory. Hut Porter, Dupont and Farragut still marshal our fleet. (Cheoia.) Our moni tors have revolutionized naval warfare and have taught the world the value of hearts of oak in breasts of iron. But I must not delay. This vast assembly is wailing to we’come the Parker, of New Jersey; they wait to hear the sound of Can non from Delaware, and to greet the rise ot Pennsylvania’s Curtin! (Deafening cheers.) And now in the name of the people who have furnished these generous gifts, whose sympathies are with Lite brave men of the Held and on shipboard, in the name of the people who ordained that constitution under which we live; and who have sweru to de fend and uphold it, in the name of the people who are determined to live or die under the Stars and Stripes wiLhout a bar across them, I dedicate these treasures and tiiair proceeds to the tick and wounded soldiers and sailors of our army and navy, to those bravo men who for us and for ours have periled their lives, and have driven back the hosts of the enemy. May God, In his Infinite mercy, restore then*, to health and to their friends and to their country! And may those donors realize that “it is more blessed to give than to receive.” (Amen! Amen! shouted the audience.) Three cheers were proposed and given for the eloquent bishop, as he sat down, and the I — J ^ M-.-j.vauuu noo UI1CI CU UJ UV. Ikv V . Bishop Stevens. CLOTHING. lxI—~.t~ -nrrfrjirT. l .r:~kr ' T- ;-—r;— —» f REMOVAL. JOSrAH BURLEIGH BAS BKMOVBD TO NEW STOKE, EVANS’ BLOCK, Nos. 141 So 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGHj Wholesale and Retail Dealer in C othing,Coths, Tailors’ Trimmings, < —•AND GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Ill A 143 middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Agent fur Grover A Baker’• celebrated Sewing Maohines, Nos 141 & 143 Kiddle Street. NATHAN GOOLD Will say to hit friend* that he may be found at Her* loigh's, No. 141 & 143 Middle street, where he trill be pka»od to wait upon hie former customers. Portland. March 21. 1M4. dtf Spring A Summer Stock I FASHION ABLE GOODS,! -*on COATS, PANTALOONS AND VESTS, j Purchased 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 Good*, which have beer recently imported, difer much iu color, texture and finish from the style* that have continued ia vogue tor a year or two past, and are considered very elegant. Beside* these and other comprising all the varieties for fashionable wear, at the same place inay be lound a good supply ofNlaadard Gcraina, French, and Uualinh Broadcloth* and Uoe Hklssa. for genteel suite; together with styles of Vratiwge selected with e view to suit ail tastes All the new styles for Gentlemen's wear, whether for Press Units or a Bueinoaa Outfits received in their - seasons, together with plate* of the latest styles of Cutting and Finishing. Z 4/Tbe best trimmings always on hand. GT Mo. 1ST Middle Street. M=* maylldCw "just RECEIVED I BOIAANS k BOND. n assortment of ELEGANT STYLES -or c o rr h n ! A HE PEE PAH ED TO 6how Them to Their Custoners. Also, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, In Cireat Variity, -AT 9.“> !Middlo Sti’eet. _ raayOtf stUHo o\n:\iNGi A. D. REEVES. TAILORS DRAPER 98 Exchange St., WOCI.D respectfully Inform his fi iendcatid the public'that he has recently opened a Splendid Amort merit of Spring and Summer Goods, Which be i* ready to make up in the Aai/iii«* able Style, and at the /.owe*/ 4 ash Prices. The La oiks are respect tally reminded that Mid iny Habits, Zouave Jarir's, aiul Fancy Waists are cut and tnide at this establishment In a atyle which caunot fail to please them. Military and Naval Ovvk ebb ar« here fit* ted out in true Hryulatim Style. To Fittinu out Botb In the meat beeominff and durable garm* nts, special attention ia given. Dress Coats, Pants, Vests, and Business > Suits, Made to order and warranted Good Kits. Mr Kbkvbb assures hi* customers that hi* work ia made not only iu the hight-Ht a'yle ot fashion, but in the moat thorough and workmanlike mannes. I he Public’ are iuvited to visit thin Km pom us or Fahhiov, mud see if the facta do not fully eome up to thia Makiexhto. maylddlm Oroam of Lilios, FOR THE HAIR. rpni S elegant preparation for the Hair is entirety fee* from a cokot, spirits ensue injurious sub stance whatever. Ji possesses all the dmiratle qualities of the best, and none of the objection* of the inferior c.oinpouula The high reputation which thia preparation ha* gained iu private circle*, in thia city, haa induced the proprietor to place it before the Pub’le, The UK RAM OF LILIRS impart* a lnxarious brilliancy to the Hair, remove* all unnatural dr) - mss and bars line** from the Hair—ia im)M>nioo*to dampness and perspiration. It ia the cleanest and beat dressing for the hair ever discovered. Every Lady should try a Bottle. Prepared and *old by THO’B. G. LOSING. Druggist, cor. Exchauge and Federal »ta. Portland, June 1,lbti4. juneldtf Oeeicb Portland,§*co A Portsmouth i Railroad Uomdany. Portland, May * 1,1694 ) Ti* ** of t,,i8 Company will bo pay ME abm June 16 to Btock holders of roeord thia day. * td E NOW', Freaeurer. MISCELLANEOUS. L. S. 10-40 LOAN ! FIRST NATIONAL RANK -OF - PORTLAND, DESIGNATED REPOSITORY -OF THK UNITED STATES. » _ This Bank is prepared to receive] subscriptions for the new “TEN FORTY 1,0AN,” which is dated March 1, lfc64. bearing interest at tivo per cent, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN, redeemable at the pleasure of the Government after ten years, and payable in forty years from date. Interest on Bonds not over ono hundred dollars payable annually, and on all other Bonds semi annually. Bonds oan he had in sices of *60, *100, *600, 9)000. WM. BDW. GOULD, inch31 dtf Cashier. FEUCHTWtNGER & ZUNDER, NO. 81 MIDDLE STREET, (FOX BLOCK), Are Ajain in the Field -with Divisions, Brigades & Regiments! • -or NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS! FOB THE 8PRIN,G. Ladies of Portland and visiulty are respectfully invited to call aud sue the many beautiful style, ot Foreign and Domestic Drest Good* J 1ST KECEIVEDI Also, the srrc&t variety House Furnishing Goods ! Such as Brown and Bleached Cotton Sheetings aud Shirtings, Table Linens. Drillings, Tickings, Denim-. Stripes, ko Also. Just receiving, the latest styles ol handsome Spring Balmoral Sltlrts Aud the inowt ftnliionable SPBIS'Q SUM Wl.S. A complete ,tock uf CI.OTI18 AND ('ASSI.HKRES, . FOR HOYS’ AND MKN S WEAK. CLOAKIHGB ! CLOAKIHGS !! An elegant assortment. We are just ready to man u- • fact ure to uumuure. at the shortest notice, any of the new and desirable Spring Cloaks. Warrented to suit. FEUCHTWAftCEB * ZONDEK, (FOX BLOCK), NO. ttl MIDDLE BTREET, POUT LARD, Haibk. I*. 8.—Ladies need net ask for goods from the wrecked steamship Bohemian, as we hare nbne but sound and fresh goods, which we wairant as such, aprltf GreatNews! Important News! Ivl. Bradt &z> Co., No. 26 Market Stjantc, HAVE lately arrived In Portland, and ar# now ready to oxhib to il* citizens of this city aud ■urronndiug towns heir entirely new aud elegant stock of G-as I71 lxturoa, * Uf the rer, l.toet ityle*. cunamliug of Parlor aud Sitting Room Chaudeliero, Dining Room aad Hall Light*, Store Pendent*, llrmckete, Portable*. Ac. AI«o a very Rue aasortment of Keroaene Lamp*, I Ga. aod Laa|> Ehulei, of tho latent ifaprovemuta, Globe*, Chimney*, and til aorta of Gan Fiti im.e, Lamp andand Lantern Trimming. Alto on hand, bhanr’a Talent G»» Cooking Apiinrntu*. Uf all kind*. They wilt aell all of the above good* at the very lowc.t Hu,ton and New York price *oa cua. Particular attention will be paid to Uab Emu*, RarAiHtao, Hnoaztau and t.lLUim olCbnndelior*. l.anipv, amt Hronre Ornament* cf all deaerlptioua, in the very hlgheet *t>leot the art, and wll, warrant nil their work to be perfect. Pi.nzea call ran an Leavo year order* for Mae Fitting or Repairing at the store M Hrai»t. II. WniTRLar. Portland. May 10. 1864. mavlnder GRANT'S COFFER & SPICE MILLS. OH1GINAI. BS TA11L18HU BN T. J. G-R ANT, Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of COFFEE, SPICES, Snlirrutiis A Cream Tartar, New Coffee and Spice Mills, 13 and 16 I’nion street, Portland, Me. Coffee and £ piece jut up for the trade, with any address, in all variety ol packages, and warranted as represented. Coffee roasted and ground for the trade at snort notice. All gcods entrusted at the owner’* risk. _ uiarcblOdtf REDUCED RATES f IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS -TO TIB-‘ West, North West & South West! W. Id. LITTLE. IS A)(cut for *11 tb. frrat Iriftth, roulfn to Chick go, Ciminnktl. Orcl.Dd, Detroit. Mil.aukir, tialona. oakuab, St. Paul. LaCro**., Uncu M*y. (juiiey.St. l.ouls, Louisville, Indianapolis. Caiio, etc., etc., and is prepared to luroisfi Timoioii TioaaTfl from Portland to all the principal cities and towns in the loyal 8tatt* and Canadas, at the lowest rates or fkre. and all needful information cheerful y granted. Travelers will find it greatly to their advantage to procure their tickets at the Union Ticket Office. 31 Exchange Street, ( UP STAIRS,) W. 1>. LITTLE, Agent. Passenger* for California, by the Old Line Malt Steamer and Panama Railroad, may be secured by earlv application at this office. Tickets to Montreal and (JueUc and return (via the Grand Trunk Itailwsy t may be ob'aine-d at this agency on favorable terms. may 26u A wtt The Misses Bailey’s Home School. ftlllE Misses Hailey having purchased the place in X New Glouces er formerly occupied by the Rev. F. Teat on, as a Hoarding School, propose opening there a Home School tor Girls and Boys, in which the advantages of a careful home training will be united with thorough in«truction in all the branches taught lu Sominarie* of the first class. The loug experiences of one teacher an Principal of a Home School in Virginia, and the reputation of the other as a successful teacher of many years standing, in Portland, will, It is hoped, procure pa tronage and insure success. A Gentleman of experience will bo at the head of the Home department, and pay particular atten tion to the physical training of the pupils. lor information see circulars or luquire of Miss A. M. BAiLF.Y, No. 68 Spring street. Hkkeuemi K8 Re\. J. W. C'hickering, D. D.; Uou. John Neal; Charles A. Lord; Uczekiah Pack ard; Joseph Libbey. New Gloucester, May 2d. 1^84. may 26dl wthenltaw tf Dissolution. >TOHCK Is hereby given that the lata firm of E. I k S. Godlug Is this day dissolved by mutual aansout 8. N. Goding will ooutinue the business as heretofore at the old stand. 22 8t. Lawrence St EPHRAIM GODING. 8 N. GODING. Portland, June 1, 1664. juuelodlw* Copartnership* THE undersigned have formed a copartnership uuder the name ol Pskmmam Buothkuh and I have leased the store formerly occupied by Twitchell . & C'hampliu. No. 85 Coiuinerchalstreet, wlie*e they f propose to carry on the Flour, Tea and Tobacco | business. JAMES FREEMAN, SAMUEL FREEMAN. ‘ Portland. June B.—dtfw BUSINESS CARDS. PAPER BOX MINIJFACTOKV. J. 3?. Libby, MANUFACTURER OK Papor Boxes, Of every description, such as Shoe Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Druggist Boxes, Collar Boxes. Shelf Box's, CoDo&oJogical Boxes, Powder Boxes, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, &c. 144 Middle St., (Up Stairs) Portland, Me* jtroeldSm Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, ukera.*.. , Portland, Woodbury Dana, [ . John A. b. Djus ) Mill Ilf. Jnneldtf J. Smitli tfc Oo., MANUFACTURERS OF Le&ther Belting, Card Clothing* Loom Straps, Belt Leather Barks aid Sides, LEATHER TRIHMlnua, Hanson’s Block, 144 Middle 8t., Portland, Or at tho Card Clothing Manufactory, Lewiston. II. M. Brewer, (jnldJoip D. F. Noyes JOIll T. KOUEKS dfcCO., Commisiiion Mer<>han(M, AND WHOLES A LK HEALERS IX Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No* 61 ('ammorciBl Street, Iohn T. Hogere, I l'OUTr A\I) mv i aas. U. Rogers, j 1UK1LIMI, HE. , jutn-Mflin "Wholesale and Irtotail. 3*. X,. IdAVIS, Bookseller, Stationer, AXT> MAEUKAOTURIK OF Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER HANGINGS. No. 53 Xxohange fitfrett, Portland, Me. CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, Fresco and Banner Painter, No. 144 Middle Street, PORTLAND, MR. CP* Work executed in even- part of tls State. juncltf RUFUS DUNHAmT Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in BRITANNIA —AMD— Plated Ware, 218 Fore atreet, Portland Maine. Portland, May 17th, 1SG4. mayl7dtf M. G.WEBB A CO.,” Wholesale Dealers in Flour, *0.81 COMMERCIAL STREET, »pl4 . 1'OKlLAND. UK. dtf BURGESS, FOBES, A CO., UAaurAOTUuaai. or Japan. White Lend, Zinc, I’alnls, And Grouml Colon., AND DCALBBS IK Drugs, Medicines, Fa nts, Oils A Varnishes'. Paint amt Color Fmti*ry,No. 2S# Mnnjitfi St., Ofllce A Salesrooms. SO Ceutuirrcial St., (Thomas Bloom.) 11 kmky Fi Bcuet.**, DAL'ii lih uv CiiARi.au S. Fun;*. flMldilf, SB. maylSdtf BLAKE, JOAE8ACO., FL0UR& GRAIN DEALERS, And Receiver* of Western and Cnuadiaii Produce, 137 Commercial Street, - - - . . Granite Block. Charles Blake. ) Henry A. Jones, [ PORTLAND. R. W. Laye. ) junoldtf JOHN LYNCH A CO., Wholesale Groecrs, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite Stores, - - - Commerc'al street, (Opposite head Widyery Wharf,) Jolfh Lynch, ) Pcley Barker,} PORTLAND, ME. Thos. Lynch ) juneldtf BOLE A MOOBl , narKi'T? j r COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And W holcsale Dealers in FLOUR. CORN AND PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt Block, Commerc'al St, Andrew T. Dole, I l’DitTf AND MF Franklin 4. Moody, ( lOUiLARll, mk. juneldtim BROWN * CROCKER, PLASTERERS, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL STUCCO AND MASTIC WORKMAN. Oak street, between Congress and Free Sts., PORTLAND. %9r t'oloriag. Whitening, and White-washing* ftrouiptly attended to. Orders from out ot town so icited. juneldtf BYRONGREENOUGH TW, Manufacturers of And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Furs, Hats, Caps, Gloves, &c., NO. 140 MIDDLE STREET, A. l!.roC*h'} 'OKIXAN d. _____jnldtf JOHN BUSSELL, Carriage iV Nleigli MANUFACTURER, 311 A 313 Congrea* St, Portland, Me. KF" Where may he found a general assortment of Vantages and Sleighs. juueldlm C. P. kltlBALL, MAICPAm aKU or Carriages and Sleighs, Preble atroet, (Near Preble House.) Portland, me. Sale RiHtms, 111) and 112 Smlbury St., Motion, Mass. juoeltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Flour, Grain k Produce fomniskiou Hcrrbauls, and Hillers' derail. Office and ti’anhouse No. 6 Calt Jllock, Commer cial Street. We offer for salo to the trade, many choice and well-known Brands of Flour, from St. Louis.1 linoi-, Wisconsin, Ac., which we are constant! receiving. N . A Co .are a'so Agents lor Pittman k Co.'s, and othe'' frauds of manufactured Tobacco. L7*Ca*h advances made uu atl consignments. Portland, June 1. 1804. jnldtf DR. W. R. JOHNSON, DENTIST, • Inserts Artificial Teeth on Gold, Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, and warrants them lu all case* to be a ptrfect tit. Dr. .J. also gives special atteution to Tilting Teeth Office 229j ('ougross street, two doors west from the Court House. Portland, June 1, 1834 —eod2m NEW ORLEANS. S. D. MOODY &. CO.j Oommiasion Merchant, 07 Tchoupl tonlas at.. New Orleans, La. Refereno's; Baker k Morrill, Boston; Franklin Snow k Co., Boston; Wise % Kusseil, Boston ; C. Nickerson k Co., N. V.j Rich A Co.,St. Louis. tF* Particular attention girento Consignments gf vessels, Lumber, Hag, Oat's, tc. mch28 u3m BUSINESS CARDS. UKADL.KY, MOl'LTON A ROUKR8, WtIOLUALK UlALKOa I* Flour, Grain and Provisions 88 Commaroial street. Themes Block, ROBERT BRALKY,) a. M Moulton, [ PORTLAND, ME. A. O. ROUKKH. ) msjSdtf w. w7carr &co7 Having taken the Frnit Store formerly occupied hi O. SAWYER. No. 3 Exchange Street, Are prepared to offer to the trade a large aad wel •eleoted atook of Foreign and Domestio Frnit! Wholesale and Iletall Oreaget. Ipreee Garni, Leuegei Ceaseas, Canary Seed, Candles, Closes, Lemea Srrap, llsney, France, Coeoa Nats. Figs. Cltran, Nate, all blade. Rates, Olives, Halsias, Tsksees, Sardines. Cigars. Fancy Candies off all deserlpliea. ootSdtf IRA WINN, Agent, No. 11 Union St., le prepared te tarnish STEAM KH0IMXS and BOILERS, of variou aiaee aad patterns, 8Uih PipetadFutures, MillCarug,Shiftiig, fi%t,h Clear House Woae of aU de*erlptD>ns, aad all kinds of work repaired in balldbig ffoarimoanona. Iron Stairs gad other Architectnral Work. House, Stone, aad otter bollding*, Sited with One aad Steam in the beet manner. In connection with the above is sa Iron Foundry, with a large aasortment of FaUerne, to which the attention or Machinists, Millwrights,and Ship-Bond er* invited—and all Mads oi Castings tarnished at short notice. VOrdergfor Machine Jobbing, Patterns and Forgings, promptly saeeated. oaldtr SINUEK’g SEWING MACHINESI wvuviun. inuB m UU., AGENTS, »M. »4 114 16.Middle Street. Reedies end Trimming, alweyt on hud. mehllK A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, DENTIST, No. 176 Mnldl Street. Itnisson.On. Baoon end Bnneun, rortlud.MAyX.ua. tf Dr. I. H. HEALD HAVING disposed of his entire Interest In hM Offloe to Dr. 8 C FERNALD, would cheerfully reooommend him to hie former patients and tha pan llo. Dr. FaaxsLo, from long experience. fiurepar ed te Insert ArUdolnl Teeth on the ‘Vulcanita Base," and another methods known to the profession. Portland Mar K. I’M tf JOHN F. SHERRYj ■air Cutter and Wig maker, Mo. IS Market Square,Port1 Mul, (np stairs.) HT" Separate room for Ladlee’ and Children's Hair Cutting. A good stock of Wigs, Hair-Wigs, Bauds, Braids, Carls, Friietta, Pads, Molls. Crtmpiag Boards, fco., he.. AonatanUr on hand. 'eM’S3 dip WOOD AND COAL CHEAP FOR CASH ! $9.50. CHEAPjCOAL. $9.50 PRIME LOT CHKSTSUT COAL U N » TOM, SPRING MOUNTAIN, LEIilGU. ilKZILTON, SUGAR LOAF, OLD COMPANY LEHIGH, LO CUST MOUNTAIN. JOHNS, DIAMOND, WEBS TER and BLACK UEATU. These Coals are of ths very best quality, well screened and picked, end warranted lo give satisfaction. Alio for sale best of HARD AMD SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Dorics Corns aaciaL St., bead of Franklin Wharf. 8. ROUNDS A SON. feblSdly WARREN’S mPORVED EIRE AND WATER-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION, * -a*d Gkravol Roofing FOR ELAT ROOFS. E. MERSEY. Agent, JanX dtf No. 1« Union Street ALBERT WEBB * C©„ -suLmi n Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OF MUKILL'I WHARF, Cwaunwrwlml Strews. - - Pert lewd. Me. EDWARD H. BURDIN, Corn, Meal and Flour, Also. Ground Sock Balt Coin nii»»ion Merchant FOB PDICHAMAID I ALB OF Barley, Rye and Oats. nr('»r» h aded with Corn in balk free of charge. Wttiehouse No. 120 Commercial Street, And t itv Mills, Deeriog Hridgo. Juneleod6in JOHN r. ANDEHSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COWMAN BLOCK, mcblTdkwtf TBtrrLi Smar. Scotch Canvas, -FOB SALB BT- » JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., • Balk. Me. t)AA BOLTS Superior Bleeohed Ml V/\7 800 do All Lon* flu "Dot- .. w . eminent ooutraet," '1 100 do Extra All Lon* flu Arbroetk. 800 do Nat? Flu Delivered In Fortlud flj Boston, Keth. April*!.IMS netlAM M PEARSON, Silver Flator, AMD MANCfACTUKRB OF SILVER WARE, 238 Congress 8t.* Opp. Court House Portland.Me. tar All kinds of WAKE, such sa Knives, forks, Spoons. Cake Baskets, Castors, Ac., pitted in the best manner. Also, REPAIRING tad RE FINISHING Old Silver WareJao29 d«m REMOVAL. DR. NEWTON HA8 removed his residence to No. 37 Middle Afreet, corner of f ranklin street. Oilice as heretofore, No. 116 Exchange Street, In Noble’s Block, up stairs. Offlco hours from 9 to 10 A. M , from 2 to 3, and from 8 to 9 o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will continuo, in connection with general practice to givespeoial attention to DISEASES 03 FEMALES ooSldtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, PLUMBER! MARIK OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. Ill EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND. MR. Warm, Cold and Shower Hath*, Wad Howls, Brans & Sil*«i Plated Cocks, INVERT de.cription of Wstor Fixtures for Dwel J tin* Houeee. Hotel., Public buildings, shop, fcc , arranged end Hi up in tbe beet insnuer. xml xl orders In town or country faithfully executed. A1 kind, of lobbing promptly stteuded to. Con.fantlt on baud LEAD I’lPES. SHEET ARAD end BEE< PL'KFB of ell description*. epkdtf WANTS, LOST,FOUND $35 Reward ! ' CtTOLBE from the subscriber on Tuesday Even tr lng, while in Pierce’s suction room, n Cslf Skin Pocket Book contain* *£1 in money, n note against Charles Uodgdbn, tiorham, for SCO,and one against Charles Hooper for 813. The above reward will be paid lor the recovery of the propet ty and the detec tion orthe thief I Tone 8 -tf GEORGE BECE. $ioo reward. CJTOLFN from the subftcritx r, May 29th, a valua kj ble Gold Watch and Chain aed' *40 In money, by a mao a>-t waring to the name of Henry West— teal name Henry West Davis. Tne thief is eti'l at | large, and $100 will be paid for bis capture lie is about 90 years of age. fix feet high, nesrly bald, dark brown hair bine eyes, and arm marked in India ink with mouument decorated with fltga. Also bracelet in India Ink round right wrist. JeTdtf J. H. OXNARD. , W anted ! U. S. Engineer Office. 31 Exchange St., I Portland, life., June 7,1864 5 APKRSON accustomed to Seeping a boarding house for workmen, to keep the house upon the U. 8. Works at Hunnewell's Point, mouth of the I Kennebec Kiver. The house is allowed free of re**t; and the average number of boarder* is fifty per day Persons offering must bring satisfactory evidence of their ability to carry on the house properly. For further partfcnl irs enquire at this t flee. (8igned) TUOS. LINCOLN LANKY, Capt. Corps of Kugineers. June 7,18ti4.--dl0d Wanted. APetna). Pantry Cook at Darton’s Oyster Salooa, 283, Congrece St. aplttf Wanted. A GOOD Girl in a small family—re.id.nce la a pUaaaut part of tha city. Apply at tills office. June 9—dlw House Wanted. WANTED to purchase f>r caaa, a eoaraaiewt House suitable tor a small family, with usual eonvenieuees, centrally and pleasantly located.— Price not to exceed *3,000, Address -Taylor" at tbs Press Office. maylBtf Board. SUITS of Rooms, with Board, can bo obtained by applying immediately at30 Danfertb street. May Uth. mar lid If ANOTHER VICTORY! THE HIM TIME HAS M! TliB good time coming hae come it last,sad we are now prepared to uSer to tbe citiiena of Ible city and tbe country, tbe large*! and flneat rejected •lock of Pasbionable BEADY-MADE CLOTHING EVER OFFERED IB THIS STATE. Old Fogy System Done Away With!) And we bare eatabliabed A lew Order of Things ! By aelling our good* at a SMALL PROFIT, And Selling Large Quantities, Instead of piling them on tbe shelve* to be shop worn. waiting to make 100 percent. We have our goods made axraiteaLT lor us, be ing connected with a large Mmiotactarine EstablUMhent In Boston, And our chief aim is to produce the very latest and : Most Fashionable Styles, As well as tbe most tastmfil and dues blk. We arc receiving saw goods dally, lie shop worn goods remain on our bands, but everything Is fresh and new. 1 he attention of the public is particularly called to our NEW ESTABLISHMENT, Where can be found all the choice# style# and flneet goods from both tbe Old World and tbe New. F.B.TOPPANfcC©., 124 M!iddle St. Portland. May SO, 1661. maySOeodlm A. St S. SHURTLEFF A CO., NOS. .VI * 30 MIDDLE STREET, POBTLAH D, Manufacturer* sad Dealer* la Men'* Boys' And Youth's Thick, Xip mud Calf Boots, Woman’! Misees and Chlldrm’s Ooat. Kid and Calf Balmorela, Hubbers Shoe •took, Findings, to. WITH our superior fhcilitle* for msnufsetartag, and a large experience in the baaiueee, we we are able toteli a* low a* lo Boston or elsewhere. Dealer* are respect felly invited to sail aad ex amino our .took before purchasing. O—Order* by mail promptly attended to. Portland, April*8.1*64. dim Ice Cream ! Ice Cream ! ! -A4 Brown’s Oyster and Ice Cream Saloon, No. 15*2 ft ml till Rirhanst* Ml. Opposiu the International llouse. __mayTdtf The Eitraordiaaty Svgceu Which has attended the introduction by ua of CALIFORNIA WINK*, U not only a fitting tribute to the purity and beauty of the Wine* themselves, but a cheering indication of a deeire among the people to eneoarego American industry. The wiue Trade Review, the organ of the British trade, call* them “excellent In quality and a great suocoes.’* Our hr mds of these Wines may bo lound upon the tablet of The Most Fastidious Connoisseurs. The leading portion of the American preee here extolled their merit,, end the rerdict to all who nee them 1, that , They!are the Pureet, The Cheapeet, and The Rest. ask ron the label or| PERKINS, STERN A- CO.. w ho tit Tun rioxtnn noren. And the only one in the Atlnntio Stntee deeling ex otuiively in CALIFORNIA WINKS. may'iSeodlm THE FIRST VITIOm BAM OF PORTLAND. Holders of U. S. 7-30 Notes, Cau have them exchanged for a'x per oont. twen ty year bonds by leaving them with this bank. The Interact on the uotea will be paid ineoin, at the rate 7 3 10 percent, to July 1. and the bonds will bo de- I livcred here as soon ss they can be prepared by the | Government. These 20 year bonds are the most de sirable of any of the government securities. Con versions must be made in sums of *600 or Its multi ple. A commission of one quarter ol one per oont. will be charged. W. E. GOULD. Cashier. Portland, May 26. 1864. mayKeodtf New Cloaks and Mantillas! LEACH A ROBINSON, H-A Middle St.. IP™ now on hand nn Elioabt Stock of Cloaks, Cossacks, and Mantillas, Of their own manufacture. Also, Cloaks, Silks, Tassels, BUTTONS and ORXAHRSTS. LADIES’ GARMENTS Mftde to Order. Silks, Shawls and Dress Qoods, Cheeper then the Cbenpe.t. LEACH ft KOH1NSOM, M Middle itreet. I June 1—dim MISCELL A NEGUS. PLUBR PATENT HOOTS. THE above Boot* and Shoe* are comfortable from tha irat wearing and require no **breaking ini* and t be refer c much more durable. • PLUMER PATENT BOOTS. Hen i Pegged Cal/ Plainer Boon, M Co Han’t Pegged Cad/ Platter Hoots, 6.un Han’t Pegged <a!/ Planar Boott, . t) CO Han't Pigged Ca>/ Plainer Boots, 7.ou Hen’t Seared <d>/ Planter Boots, »74C «•'. Seared Cal/ Plainer Boot!, ».uu V«H'» Pegged Cat/ Balmorali, *3 CO Hen’t Pegged Cal/ Balmoralt, 4 lo Jn,t reeel red , til 1 he Vtrirtle. o. the fine.: finality, ll*ut and hn.T Han’t (Jail Hu d*. Oar llot'11 art' made of eight different wid»» i and are disigued f*»r a genteel class of fret not hitherto titled by H*ndy Manufactured Boot* Iheyarc made of the hist frock, by the moet careful and skillful wortm«n.and •vary pair la wa mated both in reference to sleek nnd workmanship. From Rev llenry Ward Boechtr. # Brook!vn. May 0, Xedi. . • «• C. Flamer,—Dear bir,—Had uiy boots been borw on me they could not have fitted me better— wert more •orafortible the very ttr*t day than ®? boots generally are after month* of usage. I cannot praise them too highly. They have tut ona serious fault, they will make all ©tier boots seem uncomfortable by the way, yoa carried off my Le t* They were the rigLt ones, and I took them out uith my own hands, and know they fitted Please send them to me again by eiprrss I am, verv truly. Tour obliged servant, H. W BKE< HER LADIES’ BOOTS. Ladlee' llam.1 Patent Balmoral Boot,, »l.«i Ladle, tlaser Patent Congreu Pout,, 4.60 The above boot, are made from the beat .toek, and •aproMly to my on ordtr. Every pair it warraut ad, the mine aa ifa mea.ure wn ta-ea. flti, work latba ,amt a, told by the dial claw >etail denier, ia Boatoa, and pronounced by them tape, iorto the be,: Mew York wotk. Ladies’ Balmoral Boots. Ladle,' Merge He 1 morel Booth *1.75 Ladlee'Serge Balmoral Boot,, 2 to Led1,,' Borg, Balmoral Boot,, 2 26 Ladle,’ Serge Balmoral Boot,. 2 60 Ladle.' Serge Balmoral Hoot,, 2 76 LADIES' CONGRESS ROOTS. Ladle,' targe Congrem Boot,, gl.Fti Ladle,' Serge Ceagree, Boot,. 1.76 Ladie.’ Barge CoagteM Boot,, 2 On Ladle,’ Serre Coanrete Hoot, 4 Lading' Borg*Cnngrtsa BcoU, ID) Mica’ Uaioa Kaolo. Lodie*' Uaioa Boot*. J on Ladiaa' Union Bouts, 2 10 Jo«t raoairad, all tta varintit* of the pure*t quali ty of MImm and Chlldrtni' Root* aid Shoe*, »ud lor •al* at Dir prioaa E N L'TTKK. 112. Middle »t Junelrt, 18*4. tonal 4w WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS DASUFACTLKKK’8 BLOCK, UNION STBEET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, MAWPAOTVRZB OP StMin Engine*. Steam Boiler*. Shafting Pulleys Gearing, and all kiada of Machinery Also Low and High Pressure M*esm heating Ap paratus for Factories, Public buLdings and Dwelling (louse*. In this Dc par.meut the w mblishment has been uncomm .-.U successful. Steam Coeka, Valve*. Whistle*, am! A team, Water and Ga* Pipe and oonnoetiou* furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and laithfaliy Dane. In conn elion with the above Mlnbllvliment i« »n Iron Foundry, with n large nseortmeut cf unttei no. and n Waning Mill, where wood pinning ul all kiud* umybedcae. mnyXdtf FOR SALE, Cheap for Cash.! a eiut VAmrrr op GKTTDRXl’S CARRIAGES, Bird Cage*, Rock in Horten, Ladle* Work and Traveling Banket*, Toy*, Marble*, FOET MON A IK* LADIK8’ RETICL'LEB ASD BAtib, drums. Violins, ouium, VIOLIN STRINGS, WRITING DESKS, WORK BOXES. Do —nr— W. l>. ROBINSON. 30 Exchange St. mehUSm The Cabinet Organs MADE KXCLUSI V ELY BY MASON & HAMLIN ▲re the best Instruments of Uieir clan* in the world. Neatly all the most promfoen* artist* in tie ccoutry have givea written te«timouy to this effect, and these instruments are in constant use in the concerts ot the moat dietteguished artist*—aa Gottschalk aud others—a* well as in the ru* in the priuc pal cit ies. whenever such instruments are rwju red. Price IV to IE00 each. These instrument* may be foutd will be sold et tbeataaftetarm' prices H. K. HOWARDS, Me. S4(( Stewart s Block, Congreee St. sprUdtl DR. H. T. PACKER, HAVIHU paid eporimi attention to ibr study and treatment of disease, for the lest twenty yearn, may now beeoaenltul nt the above named Ins.iluie COX. COXUKXXS AXD CHtSTXVT STS., Daring tbearumJ business boars. LV The Dr. wishes to call special attention to bis mod# of trontiag disenaea of the TAres/ and Leaps (bargee reasonable BVBPUIEY T. PACKER, M. 1>„ (Proprietor of Portland Healing Institute. Itlra. S. B. Pucker, Having now become permanently i-nochite 1 with tho Portland Healing InsiCute. in connection with her husband,the Dr , would any. After a successful practhe of more than e'eren years with iliHunp** euliar to the Femal Organism, that she can now be consol ted at the above named Institute, Corner of Congress and Ch' *tnut 8trerf$t At the usual business hours. IF*< barges reasonable. SARAH B. l’ACKER. Assistant l'hysieiaa to Portland Healtag Institute. Portland. Juae 1,1864. junelcodtw Copartnership Notice, -AND BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT THE subecribers having on the 7th day of May formed a eopartnership under the namo of , McCarthy k Berry, Fo* the purpose of carrying on the BOOT AMD SHOE BUSIHESS la all its branches, and having all the facilities fer get*tag up first class work far geutlemeu and lad’en wear, are now ready to execute ell orders with neat* nee- and dispatch Our work will be made of the best of imported stock, by thcUM of workmen, end warranted to give perfect satisfactU n It is our siiu that our worfc shall not be seeond to any in the Uni ed dtatea. We hare also completed a stock of rca Ijr made work of the first quality, H*r Ladies, Gent lemon, and Chi dren’a Wear, •elected from Mew York and Boston markets. Our Ladies' work is from the cvlcbratsd llnrts Alaun/actorj of New York. k or Gentlemen-* wear we have the best assortment ever off-r»d for sale in this c*ty; such as line French Patent i.eather Boots; Glove ( atf and Calf Con* grees t.»r gentlemen's wear; Patent Iswthor Con gress. and Calf Congress Balmoral, and lew French Buckle Boots __ liiTe you seen the new style CRIMPED-FRONT BUCKLE BtHJT, now made by Met ar’hy A Ber ry? For neatness, eomlort and beautr. it surpass anything ever got up in this city Call and see it; samples always on hand at the old stand of M. Mc Carthy McCarthy a berry, No. 96 Exchange Street. jaaaldtl THE Subscriber hereby givos public notice to all concerned, that he has been July appointed and taken upon himselfthe trust of Administrator of the estate of JOSHUA WAITE, late of Freeport. In the Connty of Cumberland deceased, by giving bond ns tlie lew directs; be therefore rwyneata ell persons who sre Indebted to the said deceased s estate to make immediate pay ment; and thoee who bare any demands thereon, o exhibit tbe same for settlement lo ALBERT II. WAITE. Tree port. May 17,1W4. MILLINERY. IHjNN Ac PALMER BF.G leave to o all the attention of the trade saner - ally to their large and 1 WELL SELECTED STOCK —or— MILLINEBY GOODS, Purchased fort ABU, of beat Importing and .ac tion bousr s in New Fork. Sweh la theirexperience iu the badness, end faoiPliee for obtaining mooda. they teel tully ooutident In bring able to —nrrrfaUJ eoiauete with any firms in Now England. jJnapei'Ui pal us taken to keep a Bill stock of Mu*ee and Ladies’ SKIRTS. _ Junaliilm STRAW CiOODS. rpilK .u'seriber I, daily receiving Irom Ike Unlaw X >ir*H Work*, tux boro, Mim xJ) the new sad desirable styles of Ladles', Mures', and Infants' Straw Bonnets, l>f all Iinalities. AI»o eonataatly on hand n terse S'cek of French and American Flowers Rathsn. Mead Drones, ko . which bo will sell at the price., JOHN E PALMER, Jnueldlm 114 Middle street. Portend. NEW MILLINEBY STORE. New Goods! MW. AIIDBF.RT80N has taken the New Store. No. 31 Free Street, comer of Center, aad a.. •elected e Superior Ataortmeni of MILLINERY, Which she will he pleased to oCer to bar frieada and the public, on and after the 6th last. P.o. A good assortment of MOURNING Conttantljon head . Hanson Block, middle St., No. 1«1. Scholars hips good in any part of the United Stats. ,ne Principal has had Ml years experience; la always on thu spot, and attends to his buaioeos, and pram* laes, as daring the pact 13 yean, no pain, shall bo snared la the future. Five hundred rekren.ee at the Hr,l class business men, with many otbem of thk city, will testify to tne prastinal attlity, enpnO.no ness and completeness of my aystnwu and rraansT of teaching, and eftiaens of other citiee have teslldad to the same. Diplomas will be awarded Air thor ough comnea. Able Aaatetaata etc. red. Bartlett’s r I an. the founder of fam ('silUoaa adhered to a* regard* ao« copying. Certain timet will be devoted to Commercial Law elacidatioaa.— Come ail who hare tailed to be taught a Vnrinmi hand-writing am] I will guarantee to 70a wccm. Application.eulielted for Arecentaat* heparmte In ■true lie a given, htadeau can enter any time. Sep arate roome for Ladle*. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate aeeoasteadjnrted. Ledk-e and UemUedMS that desire to lake ieuone, or a foil, or aseparnfo yeeiee. in either Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law. Phonography, Uigber Mathematics, Ctvtl En Kneerlng. Servering. Native Baelnee* Writing, immeretal Arithmetic. Correspond enoe. Card Marking, (and teaching tram printed noniei and Text Boots will be avoided please call, or address the Principal. B. B.BBOWH Portlud, Oet-S. 1861. od4 mAWvIy PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! Are obtained lor Wounded Soldier* (discharged) end the friends of deceased soldiers who are entitled to the seme by * BVROKf D. VERRILL, Atttnej taJ fmtdltr, at fc. 117 1Mb Stmt, —m— Licensed Agent for ell the Department* M W am lung ton. Portland, April 23,1364. ap26 rtoiMm TAKK A WONSOIini Patent Metallic or Copper Painty FOR VESSELS’ BOTTOM*. To Ow ners and masters of Vessels. This superior article U offered with the fullest con fidence. W hen applied to WOODEN BOTTOM V I will find it particularly for their Interest to lee u * t*atiit Met* llic on Corvxm Paist. 1 be proprietors will in every ease gnarantee. not only that their Copper Paint (a snperierto any new in etc. bat alto to nay that has been heretofore of f red to tbe public. Printed direct tous for use ercompany each eaa. For tale, wholesale aad retail, by the Maaalhe turers' Agents, LYMAR A MA&RSTT, Sliip Cbaudlera, No. 111 1 omuiercial Street. aph> 2taw3m POBTLAHD. United States Claim Agency! Bounty, Prize .Money * Pensions, CtAN be obtained on application to ' BWEAf k CLEAVES, _ Attorney* e» Law. _ , No. Ill 11 ddl* street, Muttey ’s Row. lustllecdom MAINE INSURANCE 00. Aagnata, Maine. THE Maine Insurance Company insure against lose or damage by Mro, Bui Wings. MenS«|. ujae and Furniture, on terras as favorable at it can be done by an/ solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five years. EDWARD SHAW-AfMI, Ho. 102 Uiddl. StrMt. Nivlgaiim Taaaki — BT — T. H. PARSON8 — AT — Ho. 12, Beer Street, Portland. GKXTLFMF X desirous of instruction1 in Practi cal Navigation will and an experienced tenth* er. Ue is the only experienced bhip Master inn* Statv. who tearhe* Navigation, and is especially ap* in>iuted to quality Ensigns and Mates for the V. 1. Navy. mchSAeodlm STARBIRD’S Clothes Cleaning, and Bepairing k o o m s f I HI lb popular and convenient establishment ic J. now located on the corner of Congress and browa streets, over Hunt 4 Jtwstt's Marble Werhe. where GENTLEMEN*# GARMENTS will be thoroughly cleansed, fai.h fully aid neatly repaired,snd pressed in good taste, toeoafbrm with the present style cf tashu u. The constant increase ot patronage bestowed upon the proprietor, ic daly appreciated by him. and he assures ail who tavor him with their custom, that no paias shall be snared to five them the utmost sat is the t ion. N. II, Garments oct and made to order, and war raiifedtodt G. B. STARB1RD, Por laud, May 30th, 1364. Practical Tailor dtf GREEN HOUSE AND BEDDING OUT PLANTS, 1 Respectfully In term the public that I hay# on hand a large assortment of Green Mease and Beddiug-out Plants, for boring sale, of snpertor quality, rit Vxrmkwas, I»ahi i vs. Piiarsosi ums. Pansies and Kohls. Also, a fine oollectiun of Astku Plants, he . he . 4c. A seleotion may always be found at Randall 4 Wt itusy s, Market Squats. L'rderc left there will be promptly attended to. ALBKU1 PIKWANUER, Florist Corner »f North and Montreal Streets. Portland, Me.apr30tf Notice. Tiff E Trust* rs of Westbrook Seminary arc hereby notified that their Annual Messing will be held on Weuduesday, the 16th last, at three o'clock la the afternoon, at the Seminary Building In Wed brook. for (lie choice of office* s forth# susulug year, and to transact any other basin* ss that may legal? come be lo<t them at sakl ineetirg GRANVILLE M. STEVENS. Secretary board Trustees. Westbrook, June2, 1*64 —did Maine Medical Association. TUK Twelfth Annual Meeting cf this Association will be held at the Common Connell Chamber, in Portland, ou Wednesday morning, June 16, IMA, G. L. GOOD ALE. Secretary. Portland, May *). uiaySldM

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