Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 23, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 23, 1864 Page 1
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_PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. VOLUME III. PORTLAND, THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 23, 1864. .. . “ - , _ . ._. . ... ^ _ "... v' AO. 61*3 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN, Editor, • published at No. 82* EXCHANGE SI HEAT, b; N. A. POSTER A CO. ThsPortlahd Daily PrbsbI* published at §80 Mr year; if paid strictly in advance, a discount o §1.00 will be made. Single oopied three oents. Th a M a ine St ate Pr bsp is published every Thors day morning, at §2.00 per annum, in advance; 8L2I If paid within six months; and §2.60,if payments delayed beyond the year. Kates* of Advertiaing: One inch of space in length of oolnxnn, constitute 4 “fkiBARK.” •1.50 pur square daily first week; 76 cent# per weel after; three fnsoi lions or less, §1.00; continuing eve ry other day after dret week, 60 oents. Ilalf square, l'jreu insertions or loss 75 oents; out week, §1.00; fr> oents per week after. Under head of A uctbbmbwtb, §3.00 per square pel week; three insertions or less, §1,50. &Pi<*iAL Non 'W, #1.76 per squire flr«t week •L00 per squure after; three Insertion* or lee*. §1X, half a square, three insertica*, §1.00; one week §1*38. Advertisements inserted In the Maine Stati Paaf*a (which has a large circulation in every part ol Um State; for 60 oents per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Legal Notice* at usual rates. Transient advertisement* mast be paid for in ad* vanoe Bubinkpb Notices, in reading columns, 12 cent* per line for one insertion. No onarge less than fifty oats for each instrtion. CT^Alloominun cation* Intended for the paper should be directed to the “Editor q/the Press, and those of a busine, character to the Publishers. Hr*Job Panrnwo ot every description executed Witn dispatch. F. Tracy* Traveling Agent. Thursday Morning, June 23, 1864. Pleasure E3sorts in Maine. Tim August* corret.poi.deut oi the Boston Advertiser, iu , late letter thus allude, to the pleasure resorts in Maine: As the season draws near when ‘everybody’ leaves the city to rusticate iu some oue of us many forms, I would suggest to your readers the emiueul propriety ol looking towards the c >ld ( ?) northern State of Maine in seeking places of resort during the summer mouths. Beot)le of dilfereut in.ten and habits choose diflerently, but there are places within our lim its which wili satisfy the most fastidious. For one who would stele the set-side, its cool breezes, pleasant sailing, its variety of fishing and invigorating baths, I know of no place Which presents more attractions than Cam den, a town 01 Knox county, on the western aide of Penobscot Bay. llere are all the ele ments that go to make up a beautiful summer retort—grand bay scenery, Hue coast aud deep sea fishing, and the broad bay for sailing on the one side; on the other, high moun tains, line trout and other fresh water fishing, pleasant drives, and the many other attrac tions of a country town. In tact, Camden is a fine example of tbe rural and the inariue, joined hand in hand. But one does not wish in these slirriug lime", to be isolated irom the world,even when rusticating; nor is he at Camden. Tbe steamers from Boston aud Portland to Bangor touch at the wharves dai ly, and there is telegraphic communication With all parts of the couulry. Add to all this a fine new hotel with ample accommoda tions and what remains to be desired iu a wa tering place? Next i would mention the twiu resort at Saco and Biddeford—tho'Oid Orchard Beech" at the former place and the “Pool’’ in the latter, only a lew miles apart, each pro vided with good hotels, accessible to within a mile or two by rail, aud having iu a good de gree all the advantages necessary lor such I wires ts. Harpsweil is a peninsula in Casco Bay—a bay that can hardly be surpassed for the beau ty of its scenery. Here, in a space of about twenty miles long by fifteen broad are islands almost innumerable, of all shapes aud sizes from a few feet iu area to several miles iu cir cumfarance. These islands are lor^phe most part wooded, but here and tbbre risW a barren cook to vary the scene. Many of them are in hibited. This multitude or tsiamis tuis ufT the view in every direction iu sailing, so that one seems to be lloating on an inland lake, but with every luru new islands rite into sight and new beauties uufold themselves, bo much for the surroundings. At the extreme seaward point of t ie peuiusular town of Harpsweil Is a new hotel, built the past year, and a little farther up an older one, both commodious, pleasant and well conducted. The facilities lor fishing, boating aud bathing are unrivelcd. I may remark that just across an arm of the sea east of Harpsweil, is Orr'e Island, which Mrs. Stowe has made famous by her story— the “Pearl of Orr's Island.” Harpsweil is ac ceasible by steamboat from Portland, and by stage from Brunswick. Boothbay is a favorite place of resort, com bluing iu perhaps n< t fO great a degree tbe is land scenery of Harpsweil, with its excellent fishing facilities and beaches of tnauy-colored sand, and pebbly beaches similarly variegated. The route for a passenger it by rail or steamer to Bath, where conveyance to Boothbay is al ways to be found. Mu Best rt is still another favorite, more es nPP *llv with nofinlit In thn a, • nrti m.ctinn nf the butte. It ia the larged island on our coast, and situated in Haneock county.— The island is historical as the lauding place of a French colony at a very early date, but precisely when, I do not remember.— The attractions are similar to those of the places 1 have named, with magnificent mountain and valley viuws and beautiful walks. But many prefer the country pure aud simple, with good Ashing. For Buch, Moose head Lake presents many attractions. The accommodations at tbe Mt. Kiueo House ou an island in tbe centre of the lake and at the loot ol tbe mouutain, are very good, the trout are Urge, plenty, and 1 presume shy enough aud siow enough to gratify the most enthusiastic Walton. The liangely Lakes, in Franklin county, are a favorite trout fishing ground, aud the opportunities for camping out ate all that any one can desire: aud there Is hardly a town i t the State where g< o l fl-h lug may not be found within the distance of an hour's drive. The mineral (sulphur) spring in Togus, only four miles from this city, has long been a favorite watering place with the people in our vicinity. A few yean ago, a Mr. Beals, a wealthy citizen ol New York, pur chased the spring and a large amount of ad joining land, and built a large and- elegant ho tel. Owing to iusuRlcient advertising the ho tel and spring hare harJIy had the patronage which their merits ought to have obtained for them, but the place is becom’ng more and more f united every year. Mre is another spring, called Mt. Zircon, in Milton plantation, Oxford county, ouly about eight miles from tbe Grand Trunk Railway at Woodstock, which oilers many at tractin'. 1 have nam 'd but a few of many places in the State, which are well worthy of a visit from these tourists, who, when they escape from the city, prefer a comparatively nuiet, yet sufilcSeutly social spot, to one where tbe gaieties ot the city are enjoyed, aud the dis comforts of a crowd are endured with only a change of sn-ne. The Mother b Prayers It was a large and neatly turnisbed apart ment, the windows of wnic i were opened to admit tbe fresh air. The moonbeams were streaming over the carpeted floor, and shed a soft light through the room, while the perfume of a honeysuckle, w 1 h climbed the w.ndow-sasb, was waLed ou ue air. In the m.ddle of the room stood a bed, tbe snowy curtains of which were drawn aside, and dis covered a small, child-like form upon it. It was a boy, appan n y very ill; hit cheeks were deeply flushed with fever, and his brown curls pushed otf h s brow, while his eyes were fixed intently, th..ugh it seemed unconsciously, ot: the face of a lady who was bathing his tern ilss with some cool perfume ou a Binall mar b e stand near her, and drew the curtain tc shelter h m from any draught of air. Then kneeling by his side,the low, sweet tones c; her voice broke forth in earnest prayer. Sbe prayed that he, her only treasure, her iwnuti fill child, might be spared unto her. All elst she would willingly yield, all, saw him. Hei heart was so bound up la him; ha was so ltk< the loved and lost one, that she could not gin him up. Yet If be must die, o t then, she ux would willingly lie down in the cold earth be side him. Paxsicnuelv she entreated, au< when at last, she arose, it would seem as i her prayer had been anxwered. for the boy' slumber was calmer, and his cheeks less deep ly flushed. \ Time pastedswiftly an ay, and the child ha grown to maubood. Bur where was the pur Vy and innocence of childhood to be found i th; depraved and profligate man? He ha plunged into the world’s excesses,its gayetle and vanities, and mixsd with the vicious an< abandoned, until he became one of them. I There were times when he looked back when his happy childhood rose before hlm, his nn.tiler's tench mess wheu determined l break from tile snare into which he had faller but vice hail too firm a hold upon him, an before it was acted upon his detcrmiuatioi vanilheb. ( One night he left the carousing com pan , whom he had joined, aud less iutoxiealec than usual, proceeded homeward, lie enter ed his mother's room, aud the tones of he voice filling upon his ear, an e-ted his alten t on. She knelt at the foot of the bed, when tweuty v ears before, she so earnestly and tear fuily plead for his life. The pale moonbeam; 1 fell upon her lace, and showed plainly lha i anxiety and grief hail done the work of yean She wa- i iterecding for her ruined child, and as be listened, her words fell upon his ear, ‘’Ol Father, ’’she said,“when thou in thy right , j eons providence would-t have taken him tt thyself, this stubborn heart rebelled, aud pray ed that lie inighi live." Her words brought to his mind her unceas ing tenderness and love for him; and silently lie listened, while in bitter agony, she prayer that he might repent bis many and grevioui sins. • His heart softened, and the tears rushed to his eyes, while as the mother coucluded bei prayer, the soliered youth, kneeling at her sidt joined iu the solemn Amen. Eight to Sixteen. ld>rd Shaitesbury recently stated in a pub lic meeting iu London, that, from personal ob servation, he had ascertained that of adult male criminals of that city, nearly ail had ; fallen iuto a course of crime between the ages of eight and sixteen years; aud that, if a young man lived i a hottest liie up to twenty years of age, there Were forty-uiue chances in | favor,and only one against him, at to an hon orable life thereatter. This is a fact of singular importance to fa thers and mothers, aud shows a fearful re sponsibility. Certaiuly, a parent should se cure and exercise absolute control over the child uuder sixteen. It cannot bn a difficult matter to do this, except iu very rare cases; and if that coutrol is not very wisely and efficiently exercised, it must he the pareut’s I fault; tis owing to the parental neglect ir remissucss. Hence the real source of ninety eight per cent, of the real crime in a country such as England or the United States lies at the door ol the parents. it Is a tearful reflection! We throw it before the minds of the fathers and mothers ol our wisdom, rt mirkiug ouly as to the early seeds of bodily disease, that they are, iu nearly eve ry case, sown between sundown and bedtime, iu absence from the family circle; in the sup ply of spending money never earned by the spender—opeuing the doors of confectionaries slid soda-fountains, of beer and tobacco and wine shops, of the circus, the negro minstrel, ths restaurant, and dance—then follows the Sunday excursion, the Sunday drive, with the easy transition to the company of those whose waj s lead to the gates of social, physical and moral ruin. From eight to sixteen—in those few years • —are the destinies of children fixed in forty nine cases out of fifty—fixed by the parents ! Let every father and mother solemnly vow, “ Bp God’s help, I'll fix my darling’s desliu) for good, by making home more attractive than the streets f* The Colored Troops at Petersburg. M%jor General Smith has publicly than’ - ed the colored troops for their conduct in •urming part ol the works before Peters burg. lie told them that he was proud of their courage and dash, and that he should not in future hesitate to place them in any sit uation. MoM of these colored troops never were* iu battle before the present campaign; they are not veteran troops. The judicious praises of General Su ith will give them heart f»r any work they may be neeued for, and add still more to their efficiency. But says the N.Y. Po4t,what shall be thought of those members of the Iiouse ol Represent atives whom fanatical hatred of these brave ■oldiurs Of the Union carrivd to wrefe length tnat tney could uxh uv«m rejoice with their lel lows over a success gained by the help of these colored troops? Perhaps, however, it was not this reeling which kept them silent and glocn y when Secretary Stanton’s despatch w as read in the Iiouse, but shame at ths narrow mind ed bigotry which had led them to oppose the enlistment of these brave men, and to refuse them fair and equal pay. If that covered their faces with gloom and kept their tongues still, the fact Is creditable to them. 18 open Day and Evening, lor a Thorough Basinet# Education. Located 18&). Hanson Block, Middle St., No. 161. Scholarships good in any part of th»- United State# . at Principal has had 20 years experience; is always on the spot, and attends to his business; and prom ises, as during the past 12 years, no pains shall be rrsd Iu the future. Five hundred references ol first class business men, with many others of this oity, will testify to the practical utility, capacious* nes# and completeness of my systems and manner of teaching, and citizens of other cities have testified to the same.-Diplomas will be awarded lor thor ough courses. Able Assistants secured. Bartlett's Plan, the founder of Commercial Cwllewt*. strict!v adhered to as regards not copying. Certain timer will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidations.— Come all who have failed to be taught a basinets hand-writing and I will guarantee to you success. Applications solicited for Accountants, beparatein •truction given, btudeuts can enter any tires. Sep arate rooms for Ladies. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate aocounts adjusted. Ladies and Gentlemen that desire to take lessons, or a foil, or a separate course. In cither Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law, Phonography, Higher Mathematic*, Civil En gineering, Surveying, Native Business Writing. Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence, Laid Marking, (and teaching from priuted copies and Tex: Books will be avoided please call, or address the Principal. R. N BROWN. Portland, Ocl.S. 1S63 oo29 ood fceowly 126 Exchange Street. 126 Hugli M. IPhinney, WOULD inform his fried* and former cuntnmer* that he ha* taken the Store No. 126 Exchange Street, where he intends to carry on the Slove and Furnace Butrines*, In all its branches. STOVES, of all kinds, of the newest and most appro\ed patterns, Furnaces and Ranges, Tin and Hollow Ware. T9TSecond band btov. * bought, or taktn in ex change tor new. 8 TO YEA. Kami bp. KuBMAcxa, and Tim Ware repaired at short notice, in a faithful manner. Grateful for .'ormer patrousg*, he bores by strict attention to Luxiness, and fair dealing, to receive a geuerou* share of public furor. may 23d if (JI N’S. RIFLES. REVOLVERS, And all the Accompaniments. FISHINtt TACKLE! The Beit Awortment in the City. G. L. BAILEY, 42 Exchange St. April 27. eodtf ° QUADRILLE BAND. ' Mtt. J. W RAYMOND would respectfully in form the citizens of Portland and vicinity thv he has cjnn*ct*»U himself with the members x. CHANDLERS BAND, As Prompter, and that they are prepared to furnlsl music for Balls, Assembles, Ptc-nics. Excursions , Ac. All orders left at 106 Federal street, c »rner o Temple, will receive prompt attention. J. W. Raymond 1st Violin and Prompter M. B. Ellis, 2d Violin M. ft. Fitiw. Flute. L. W litUNUv, Cornet. P. L WlLIEY, B**SO junellTl'AS-w Copartnership Notice. NOTICE is herewith given that the Arm of >1 Bradt A Co. has this day been dissolved by Mr ' Whitely, the one partner ot said firm, withdrawin, hi# share ot iiivestment and p -rnouaJ services. A! debt* due Mid tirm are to be paid to Mr Bradt only *■**<* claims against said firm contracted befor this date, to be paid by said M Bradt, and froi 1 tin* date the bu-inea* will be under the entire con trol and style of M. BRADT. June 18—d2w H '___ 1 n,™ i . T° Builder*. s 8*"'l on tho lot corner c 1 J. Muuntfort aud Sumner street,. fWW* JOHN W. CHASE, j 18« JuoelSdlm* MISCELLANEOUS. ; XT NIO N 1 Mutual Life Insurance Cc ’ * INCORPORATED by tho STATE OF MAINE _ Charter Perpetual. Organized, 184! DIRECTOR’S OFFICE. M State Street.Boston. Mu* Preeident — HKNRY CROCKER, a Vice-President—DA A’lKL Sit A RR Secretary— H' //. HOLLtSTKR. n. G. WILSON. t •literal Manager of Agencies in the .\ etc Rnglan •states. Assets, 31 st December, 1833, $852,OHS.4 Losses Paid to date, $750,050.Oi Dividend Paid in Cash to date, $540,080 Oi fllUlS Company offers peculiar advantages toper X sons in tending to insure lutir lives, in its sa of; and stability, acquired iu Its lourUeu >ears’ exp^ri MM; in i-'s asse s, whi.’h, (without its capital o SlU ,'>JU,) amounts to over three-quarters oi a iniliioi ot dollars, being more than two hundred lhnu*au< dollars lu excess of its liabilities lor the reinsurauct of all out-standiug risks; iu the facilities presentee iu its accommodating syst-m of pay meats of pro mi nrn<: iu the large uumber,diversified condition* uuc occupations, vatiru* ages and localities «.f lives iu sured, giving the largest requisite scope tor the ope ration of the laws of average inortnlity, and tt»e am plest guaranty to the insured for the benefit* there j of; in - he division of profit*, tiie tsuuun- apportion tuent of which having ior the past fourteen yean averaged Forty per Cent, ot the premiums paid. Policies arc i»>u« d upon all the pia mutual with life lusurauco Companies, and at as low iat* s as j« consistent with a view to equity aud solvency. 1'arties desiring Agencies iu .owns where tne com Dtn> have none, and tho-.e wishing Traveling Agen cies within the >«# England btaies, will apply tc CJ. H. WILSON, G< State Sf-aet, Uoiron, giving I 1‘dCh reference, or inform ition as to ag *, present and past business, as wi 1 enable him to form judg ment in regard thereto. juael4d3m L. S. 10-A0 LOAN FIRST NATIONAL BANK -OF -IT WX\ X liAIN JJ, designated repository -OF TH* UNITED STATES. This Bank is prepared to receive’ subscriptions for the new “TEN FORTY LOAN,” whioh is dated March 1,1"64, bearing interest at live per cent, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN, redeemable at the pleasure of the Government after ten years, and payable in forty years irom date. Interest on Bonds not over one hundred dollars payable annually, and on all other Bonds semi* annually. Bonds can be had in sites of *50, *100, *500,1)000. WM. EDW. GOULD, mcb31 dtf Cashier. FEUCH TW&N GErTzUNDEr” KO. 81 MIDDLE STREET. (FOX BLOCK), Are Again in the Field — WITH Divisions, Brigades & Regiments! -OF new a n i» r annum a ble DRY GOODS! FOB THE SPRING. Ladies of Portland and vicinity are respectfully invited to call and see the many beautiful styles ot Foreign and Domestic Dress Qoods Jl'SI It E V K I V E D ! Also, the great variety House Furnishing Goods ! Such as Brown and Bleached Cotton Sheetings and 8hirtings, Table Linens, Drillings, Tickings, Denims, Stripes, Ac. Alao. just receiving, the latest styles ol handsome Spring Balmoral SlLlrts And the molt fa.hlonable SPItnro SHA fVl.S. A complete .tuck of CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES, FOK BOVS’ AXD MEN'S WEAK. CL0AKINO8 ! CLOAKINGS !! An clegcnt a*.eartment. Wear, jo«t ready to manu facture to measure, at the .horteet notice, any ol the new and dcrirablcSpring Cloak*. Warrentedtu null. FEI CHTWANGEH A KI NDER, (FOX BLOCK ), NO. 91 MIDDLE STREET, PnUTt.iHn Hu.. P. 8.—Ladies need not ask for goods from the wrecked steamship Bohemian, ax have none but sound and fresh goods, which we warrant as such, aprltf Great News! Important News! Ivl. Bradt &c- Go., No. UC Market Sqinre, HA VB lately arrived In Portland, and ar»* now rea fy to evhib to thr citizens of this city and surrounding towns heir entirely new aud elegant stock of Oaa Fixtures, Of the very latest styles, consisting of Parlor and Kitting Room Ch*indeltert», Dining Room and Ilall Lighm, Store Prudent*, Bracket*, Portable*, die. Al*6 a very fine assortment of Kerosene Lamps, <ia* and Lamp Shades, of the latest iraprovetnufs, Globes, Chimneys, and all sorts of Gab Fitting*. Lamp and and Lantern Trimming. Also on hand’ Shaw's Patent Gan Cooking Apparatus, Of all kinds. They will sell all of tho above goods at the very lowest Boston and New York price ton CASH. Particular attention will be paid to Gas Fitting, Repairing, Bronzing and Gilding of Chandeliers, Lamps, aud Bronze Ornaments t f ail description*, in the very highest style©! the art, and wil. warrant all their work to be perfect. Plbask call and slk Leave ycur orders for Gas Fitting or Repairing at the store M. Bradt. U. Wiiitki.it. Portland, May 10, 1804. maylodtf 63 Removal. 63 J. M. KNIGKT & SON, Commission merchants, A ad dealers In Country Produce, have moved to No 03 Commercial street. Portland, May 10th, 1864. maylodtf CITY OF PORTLAND. In the Year One Thousand Right Hundred anc Sixty four. An Ordinance Amending the Revised Ordinance or Streets. Be it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen, and Com man Council of the City of Portland, in City Coun cil assembled, as follows Snoriojr 1. Section 46 of the revised Ordinance on Streets i* hereby am mded by striking out thi , words “six aud a hall o'clock” in the eleventh Ur< of said section and ins rtmg the wirds live o’clock and ala • by striking out the words “five o’clock” ii i ,lie thirteenth line of said Section and inserting thi Section as amine t *d «U»II read a, fellow., lo wit .-fiffJt?"4*5"*-11 »n|c <•« brought by railroad to bi •»<**. »>■»•> l>« unloaded or tbe .outli.ea,i .id, oi the railr ad track, aud ereri artie a landed iu the .trot, eith r from, or lor tbi purpoio ol being .lUi up,.o lh# c,r, ,, „ b placed a. not to ob.truct any .treat or eroMiOR Commercial .treat, or conneotlnc with it and .0 a.to I ave.clear .pace net le» than f„,r teen feet in width from the coplug stone and shal not be allowed to rumain iu the street over su i working hours after they are landed Provided, however, that cars may be unloaded in , to store, aud loade-1 from stores, on the nnrtn-west j erly side of said railroad track, after five o’clock ii the evening from the first day of April to the lira day of Oc ober, and after four o’clock iu theevenin , duriug the other aix mouths of tho year. • In Board or Mayor and Aldkrmkn, i June 13, 1864. j This bill having been twice read, passed to be oi daiued. JACOB MeLELLAX, Mayor. In Common CopvciL, Juno 13. 1864. This bill having been twice read, passed to be oi f dained. J II HAM LEX. President. Approved. JACOB MeLELLAX,Mayor. Copy Attest: | June 15—42w J. M. HEATH, City Clerk. BUSINESS CARDS. PAPER BOA HANl/ElCrOUl J. "P. Libby, * .MIM'rAI reulil OF P a ip ox* 33 o xl e s Of every description, §uch an Shoe Bo»i, Jewelry Boxes, Drugii*t Box#1*. Collar Boxes. Shelf Box°t, (‘onctmlogicalttuxe . Powder Box e.*, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, kc. 144 Middle St., (Up Stairs) Portland, Mi juneldCm Buna & Co. Fish and Sait, Luther Dana, j P 0 T 11 3 B d , t Wood hurv Dana, J Joho A. S. Dana ) jlaiUC. Jmneldtf «T- Sxnitli cfc» Oo., VtXUFAOTCREBS OF Leather Belting, Card Clothing Uom Slrajs, Bell Leather Backs aaJ Silt!. LEATHER TMUHINGS, fc.f Hanson’* Block, 144 Middle Bt„ Portland Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory, tewlstou. II. M. Brewer, (jnld3m. D. F. Noyes JO 11% T. KOliEUS & tO~ Commission MerchanlH, AXD WHOLESALE OIALKKB IX Flour, Provisions & Groceries No. 61 Commercial Street, 'J ohn T. Korern, | , I ha«. B. Reger*. ) PORTLAND, ME. _Juneltlflia Wholesale and Retail. Xj. DAVIS, Bookseller, Stationer. i*D KAKCFACTUBER OF Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER HANGINGS. No. 63 Biachance Etro.t, Portland, Me. _ Junoldtl CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER^ ’ Fuapaa .a aa.l XX__am * • »«iu uniiiin , a liner. No. 1-14, Middle Street, PORTLAND, ME. W Work executed iu every pxrt of the State. _ juneltf RUFUS DUSHAM~ Manufacturer and Whoteaali Dealer in B HIT ANN IA —AMD— Plated Ware, Ko. 218 Fore street, Portland Maine. May 17th, 1864. mayl7iltl m. gTwebb & co ~ Wholesale Dealers in Flour, XO. 81 COMMERCIAL STREET, aplt PORTLAND, ME. dtf BURGESS, F0BE8, & C0~ M AHL'FACTl' RXRA OF White Lend, Zinc, Paints, Ariel Ground Colors, AMD DEALERS IM Drug*, Medicines, Pa ntg, Oils & Varnisheg. • :—*— w>■»--*. 4.-t »•. Ir i- j j nr ; Oftlrp A Snlttroomo. 80 t'omtnerrial St., (Thomas Block.) Henra* II. BruoKM, ritnAi i\n up ClIAKLKH 8. POMES. rUKUl.iy. SI. maylgdtf BLAKE, JO.l EM A CO., FLOUR* GRAIN DEALERS, And Receiver* of WcAttrn und Ca uadi an Produce* 187 Cvmm-rcial Street,.Granite Block. ( baric* Blake, ) Henry A. Jones,J PORTLAND. 1C. W. (ja*;e. ) June^dtf JOHN LYNCH & GO., \V\io\csa\c Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite Stores, - - - Commorc &1 street, (Opposite head Widgery Wharf,) John Lvnrb, j Pefcg Barker,; PORTLAND, ME. Tho*. Lynch ) juneldtf DOLE & TIOODA , GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Anri U IinlAiat. hhal.,. in FLOUR, CORN AHD PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt lilock, Cammero'al 8t, 'KrMkHnV.M^dy. 1 PORTLAND, ME. juneMOra BROWN & CROCKER, IP LAST ERE PLS, PLAIN AND ORNAMEKTAI. NTI'CCO AND MASTIC WORKERS. Oak street, between Congress and Free Sts., ruRTI.ASri. df* Coloring. Whitening, am! WhiU-wsohln, promptly altenaed to. (Inter, from ost oi town »o licited. Juneldtf BYRON GREENOUGH i COT, Manufacturer* of Ami Wholeaalc and Itetail Dealer* hi Furs, Hats, Caps, Gloves, &c., NO. 140 MIDDLE STREET, A.l'^N PORTLAND. ___jnldtf JOHN RUSSELL, Carriage aV 8Ieigli MANUFACTURER, 311 & 313 Congress St, Portlnn-I, Me. ,carw here may be found a general assort omul o Vantages and Sleighs. juneldliu C. P. Kin BALI., MAHrFACTl REB OF Carriages and Sleighs, Hr«*bl«» ntreet, ft?ear Preble House,) I’ORTLAND, ME. Sale Rooms, llu and 112 Sudbury St., Rost on, Mast juneltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CoT~ Flour, Grain J: Produce Coaimittiou loriiauls, and Millers* jgrih. Office and Warehouse No. 6 Galt Block, Commtr ciai Street. We offer far nalo to the trade, many choice an< well-known Brands of Flour, from St. Lou:*.l linoh Wisconsin, kc , which we are constantl receiving. N , V. A Co .are a'ao Agouts fjt lid man fc Co.’i aud other brands oi manufactured Tobamo. tT?“Ca*h advance* made on all oouaignmeni*. Portland, June 1, ISC*. jnldtf DR. W. R. JOHNSON DENTIST, Insert* Artificial Teeth on Cold. Silver and Vulcar I ite Rubber, and warrant* them iu all case* to be perfect fit. l)r. J. a!*o give* Rpecial Attention to Filtin Teeth Office 220j C ingress street, t wo door* w e; from the Court Unu*** i Portland. June 1,1954.—«od2m l XKW ORLKAXsT S. D. MOODY &. CO., • £?.V,rV.T1V?Mio»> M«*rohnnt. 07 Tchoop t >ubj. at New url»*an*, La. Iteferonc *: Baker MorrlU, Boston: Franklin Snow fc Co., Bo*toi * llo*lon .* C. Nicker»on fc Co., N. k Kichfc Co., St. Louis. a,tJteH(ion9ivento Consignmen Of vesicJi, Lumber, Hay, Oats, to. mch28 o8m BUSINESS CARDS. DK.tDLKV, MOCLTOX A ROGERS, Wholesale Dealers is Flour, Grain and Provisions, , : 68 Commercial street, Themis Block, eobrrt bkalet, ) e.M MOULT. *, ( PORTLAND, ME. I, . A. Q. ROOias. ) msySdtf •| W. W. CARR & cdT - 11 s\rlng token the Frsit Store formerly oeespled b) O. HAWYKR, So. H Exchauge Street, At* prepared to oftr to the trade a large and well •elooted stock of Foreign and Domestic FruitI Wholesale and Retail Orasgrs Spruce Cum, Uhi|U Cssary Seed, Caudles, R-** ■ *■ Syrup, Huuey, prunes, Oum Nuts. Figs. Cllreu, Nuts, all Uluds. Dale, Olives, Uuinlss, Tsbsces, Sardines, Cigars. Fancy Candles ef all descrlptlem. OOtSdtf IRA WINN, Agent, ISTo. 11 Union. St., 1* prepared to furnish STEAK KNGI5E8 and BOUSES, of TRrions ilss* and patterns, Sl«a ftp* mi Putins, liiidewing8iuftii§, M%i,ft<. Light iloufl s Work of all descriptions, shd sll kinds of work repaired lu building FonririoATioas. IrvnSuur* and other Architectural Work. Houses, Stores, and other bail dines, fitted with Gas and 6 team in tho host manner. In oonneotlon with tho above is an Iron Foundry, with a largo aeeortmcnt of Patterns, to which the attention of Machinists, Millwrights,and Ship-Build* ere is invited —and all kinds ot Catting* famished at short notice. Orders for Machine Jobbing. Patterns and rvrgiaga, prompuy execuiea. oo2dtf 8 INZER’S SEWING MACHINES I WOOD3UN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS. »«• M •**!•.Middle Mtiddl. Needles and Trtmmixgsalsrnys onkind ■SklHf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD. DENTIST, No. 1?B Middl Street. Raraancas.Drs. Bacon aad Buud, Fort laud, May 16, Udl. If Dr. J. H. HEALD HAVING disposed of bis entire Interact la bit Office to Dr. 8.C FERNALD, woald obeerlally roccotiiDtend him to bis former patients and the pab llo. Dr. PaaaaL2>, from long experience, Is prepar ed te insert Artldcisl Teeth ontbe"Valcanite Base,” aad all other methods known to tho profession. Portland. Mar It. 1K«* tf JOHN F. SHERR Y, Hair Cutter and Wig Maker, So. 18 Market Square, Fort' Mid, (ap stain.) WSeparate room for Ladles’ and Children’s Halt Cutting. A good stock of Wig*, Uall-Wig', Bands, Braid*, Curls, Frisntt*, rads, Rolls, Crimping Boards, Ao., be.. oonst&ntiT on hand. !«22‘ft3 dly HI’KI.NU MOUNTAIN. I.EHIGU. HEZILTON, BUG Alt LOAF. OLD COMPANY LEHIGH, LO CUST MOUNTAIN. JOHN'S. DIAMOND, WEBS TER and It LAI K HEATH. These Coals are of the very best quality, well screened and picked, and warranted to gise satisfaction. Also for sale best of HARD AAD SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the elty. Orvtcc Coukbscial St., bead of Franklin Whari. 8. ROUNDS A SON. feblDdly WARREN'S IMPORTED FIRE AND WATER-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION, -ASTD Gravoi Roofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. E. MERSEY, Agent, J»036 dtf No. It Union Street. ALBERT WEBB * CO„ -DIALI18 IS ouru, riour ana uram, HUD or MUKIIX’B WHARF, r«nr.lal Sir**!.- • P*rila*d, M*. __ _ I.Mtr EDWARD H. BUROIN, WHOLESALE DBA LEE IV Cora, Meal and Flour, Also. Ground Bock Salt. CoimuiRMion Merchant FOB ri'KCRAlE AHD SALE OF Barley, Rye and Oats. £F*C»t1 loaded with Corn iu bulk free of charge. Warehouse No. 120 Commercial Stieet, And City Mills, Leering \\ridge. juneleodfm 1 JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK, ■chltdfcwtf TBMrL* Snur. Neotoli CanvaM, -FOB SALE ar JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Bath, He. )A/ t HOLTS Superior Bleached 30U do All Long flax “Gov- w ernment contraoV >*»»£«*»» •00 do Extra All Long Bax Arbroath. 800 do Navy fine Delivered in Portland or Boetot. Hath. April«0 1R£8 apSSdtf M. REARSON, Silver Plater, AMD MAFUFACTCBKB OF SILVER WARE, 238Coagre*a 8t.,Opp. Court House. Portland,Me. CF’AU kinds of WAKE, each as Knives, forks, Spoons, Cake Baskets, Castors, Ac., p.atcd In the bust manner. Also, RgPAIRING and RE-FINISHING Old Silver Ware. Jau29 d6m REMOVAL. DR. NEWTOH 1 IT* s removed hi» residence to ffo. ST Middle ■ O. street, corner of Franklin .trect. Offices* heretofore, .Vo. Hi Exchange Street, la . i Noble'* Block. n|> .tain. Office hour, from 0 to 10 A. M., from! to 3, and from 8 to 9 o’clock P. M. Dr. N.will continue, in connection with general practice, to giro lpooltl attention to DISEASES Of FEMALES. ooSldtf ’ WILLIAM A. PEARCE, ; PLUMBER! MAKER OF t Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 1‘21 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, MK. Harm, ('old nod Shower Hut Its, Wash Ifowltt, Brass A Silver Hinted locks, \ TTWEET description of Water Fixtures for Dwel ! ling Houses. Hotels, Public Buildings, Shops. * Ac., arranged and set up in the best manner, and all orders in town or country faitbfbIIy executed. All l kinds of jobbing promptly attended to. Constantly on hand LEAD PiPEs, SHEET LEAD and BEER PUMPS of all descriptions. apt) dtf j WANTS, LOST, FOUND Wanted Immediately. AN Agent of either sex in every town and village, to engave in a light and prutllablc buMness, by wiileh from •S.00 to *1*2 per week can be made. l*er MMoaving leisure evenings can make from £Oo to S1.00 per evening. A sample with full particulars, sent bv mill to fll who eocl-sc one 3 cent stamp. I fnd . A. t. BPAVLDISG k CO.. Juoe21dkwlm* Went Hampstead. N. H. engineer Wauled. fpO run a stationary Kngioe. Knouirs at AJa4W.f BlWd BaKERT Lott. ABORT MOXAIE. The finder wii! to suitably rewarded by leaving it at my i Bice June21.—<J3t M ii. BUTLER. Compositor)* Wanted. C^NE or two jirtl dan fimale compositors will '“A “nd eourtaut employ meat, and tin- hghoatratra pataruthacity. on application at THIS OFFICE, may 28dti $43 Reward ! CJTOLF.V from the subscriber on Tuesday Even '“*■ wh‘‘e in Pierce’s auction mom. a Calf Skin r’h^i * ,?uk c!jn,aing #54 iu money, a note again.! ff°'1*<lon' Gorham, tor #50,and .a. agaiu«t ' ;' Hooper lor *12. Tim above reward will be tloa of th*htwTf,V‘‘ry 01 ‘UC p,0peit^ »ud tho d, l«< l'une tr GEORGE BF.CK. _ House Wanted. ■ANTED to purchase f r oaca, a oonreoient Ueuae suitable lor a small family, with usual convenience, centrally and pleasantly located— Prioenot to exceed #3,0(10. Address ’'Taylor-' at the Prosa Office._ maylStf S_,_ Board. LI1S of Rooms, with Board, can be obtainrsfty applying Immediately at SO Dauforth street! *l»>lllh mayladtf A. & 8. SHURTLEPF A CO . NOS. M A so .kiddle street, PORTLAND. Mauufaeturera and Dealeit in Xen'i Boy#’ and Youth’# Thick. Kin and Calf Boot#, Women’# Misses and Children’# Ooat, Kid And LAlf Bairnrrala, Huhbers. Bhoe 8took, Findings, dfco. WHU our auperior facilities for manufacturing, » v and a large experience in the bualnoaa we we are able to sell as low aa In Boston or elsewhere. - --. k"-""*; ‘u**wu w oan ana ex nmiur oar stock before pur-hosing. tr Orders by mail promptly attended to •' Portland. April 23, Hf«4. d*a The Extraordiaaiy Success Which has attended the introduction by us or CALIFORNIA WINES, Is Jot only a fitting tribute to the purity and beauty of Jbe 'Vines tbomselrse, but a cheeriug indication of a desire among the people to encourage AMERICAN INDUSTRY The wine Trade Review, the organ of the Brltloh trade, call, them "excellent In quality and a great sneesas.1 ’ Our brtnds of these Wines may be found upon the tablea of The Mott Fasti d ion* Connoisseur*. The leading portion of tbe American presa hart extolled their merits, and the verdict to ell who ue them it that They.are the Rarest. The ChcHpest, ami The Rent. A«x rot Tan labxi. o»J PERKINS, STERN A CO., wuo abb tub riosixn Hni-aa, And the only eae in tbe Atlantic States dealing ex clusively in CALIFORNIA WINKS. may2Seodlm THE FIRST VATIWAl BAH OF PORTLAND. Holders of U. S. 7-30 Notes, Can have them exchanged for s'x per cent, twen ty year bonds by baring them with this bank. The interest on the notes will he paid in coin, at the rate 7 S10 percent, to Jnly 1, and tbo bonds will be de livered here u soon is they can be prepared by tha Government. These 20 year bonds arc tbe most de sirable of any of the government secarities. Con version, must be made in sums of *500 or its multi ple. A commission of one quarter ot one percent, will be charged. W. E. GOULD. Cashier. Portland, May 25, 1801.mayWeodtf New Oloaks and Mantillas! LEACH A KOBINSON, S'* Middle St., JJAVE now on hand an Flioant Stock of Cloaks, Cossacks, and Mantillas, Of their ewn manufacture. Alto, Cloak*, hilk*, Ta**rli, Bl'TrOXS nnd OBXAMM&’TS. LADIES’ GARMENTS Made to Order. Silks, Shawls and Dress Goods, Cheaper than the Cheaps LEACH k ROBINSON. fe4 Middle street. June 1—dim INTERNATIONAL Fire Insurance Company I (If AVia York, Offe# 113 Broadiray, CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BRICE, Vice President. GEORGE W. SAVAGE, Secretary. Portland Board of references: »Joav B. Brown k Soar, Hkubry Flktchkr A Co. H. J Lihby k Co. Joirn Lynch k Co. The unde'slgued having beeu appointed Agent* and Attorney for this < ’em pa- y. u now prepared to issue PulioAes ou Insurable Property at current rates. 9TPortland Office, 166 Fore Street JOHN W. HUNGER, Agent. June 3,1864 —dtf U. S. itlarNhal’s Notice. Unite* States of America, I District or Maine, aa. f FUKSUANT to monitions from the Hon. Ashur Ware. Judge of the United States District Court, , within and lor the District of Maine, 1 hereby give public notice t( at the following Libels and luferma nous have been tiled in said Court, viz:— A Libel again.t Twenty B«»lt8 or Arbroath Duck. 818 yards; and Ten Half Chests ixa, 416 Ln* ret. An Information against Two Hundred and Six TT-right Thounand CIO a us Au Information agaiu* Six Cases of Brandy and Ten Thousand ClOAE*. An Information against Seven Casks contain ing Thirty-five Thousand Cigarh. aid Four Cases containing 1 wknty Thousand Cioass. A Libel aga'nst Firs Casks containing Thir ty nine Thousand One Hundrfd and Fifty Cigars. Which seizures were for breaches of the laws of the United State* aud is more particularly set forth in said Libels and in format ions; that a hearing und trial will be had thereon at Hangar, in said District on the Fourth Tuesday of June current, where any persons interested therein may appear, and show cause, if any can be « own, wherefore the same should not bo decreed forteit and disposed ofaccord ing to law. Dated at Portland this fourteenth day of June, A. D. 1864. F. A. UUIXBY. U. 8. Deputy Marshal Dist. of Maine. June 14—dl4t Proposal* For Batitms and Ship Chandlery for Revenue CVif Irr etationnf at Port cj Portland Com kctor's Office, I Portland, Me . June 16th, 1864. i SEALED Proposal* will be received at this offioe until 12 o'clock M., on Thursday the 90th inst., for furnish ing sud delivering Rations and Ship Chsndlerv for the Revenue ( utter stationed at this Port, lor the Areal year ending J«aeS0.b. 18C5. The rations to be of good and approved quality; to be delivered ou b.-ard the Cutter in g< od and sufficient j jack ages, ban els, boxes aud cases, and in good or i der, once a month tree of expense to the United States, agreeable to sieciCcatioi s and table (mark i ed-1 attached thereto, which will form a part of 1 the contract, copies of whtah may be hsd by apply* | iugat thi- office. It U understood that the contract or will be bound to furnish, upon reasonable notice, 1 as often as may bo required by the Captain of th* j Cutter, with the approbation of the lolkctor. (not exceeding, upon au aversge. one day in each week) such fresh meat and vegetables as may be equiva lent to the corresponding part soft be >ation allowed in the Naval Service The bhip Chandlery to be of the best quality and subject to the insj*ect»on of the officers making the requisition. All bids must be sealed and endorsed ‘-Proposals for Rations” or j "Proposals lor 8h p Chandlery tar Revenue Cutter J Stationed at Port of Portland.” and then Disced in another envelope and left at or directed tothisof tice.prepaid if sent by mail By order of 8ecretary of the Treasary. I WASHBURN, Jr., Collator. j CLOTHING. ! Remo val. JOSIAH BURLEIGH BAS RKMOVKD TO i NEW STORE, EVANS’ BLOCK, Nos. 141 & 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Wholesale and Retail Dealer la Cothins:.Cotlis, Tailors’ Trimmings, -ABO GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, *»«• HI A IIS Middle Street. JOSIAH BIIRLEICiB, Agent for Grover A Baker's celebrated dewing MaohincH, No* 141 & 143 Middle Street. NATHAN GOOLD Will say to bis lrienda that he may be lound at Bur leigh'*, No. 141 A 143 Middle street, where bo will be plea-ed to wait upon his firmer customers. Portland. March 24.I8©4. dtf Spring A Summer Stock -or FASHIONABLE GOODS, -»v*B COATS, PANTALOONS AND VESTS. Purchas'd from the beat auartmeate, for ca.h. In Xevr York, and Boston, may be found at the atore of WILLIAM C.BECKETT Merchant Tailor, NO. 137 Middle Street. Some or thee Oooda. which hare been recently Imported, differ much in color, texture and fluirh from the style, that have continued In vogue lor a T* ,wu P**t. and are eontidered very elegant. Beanie* thMcaado.Iier Good,.—comprising all (he TRrietie* for faahionabio wear, at the ,ame place mar be lound a good ,upply of StawOaral U.ruinu, Ereneb, and Eagll.k Uroadjleih. ai d Dee ekiae. for genteel euiU; together with atyle* of Veella*. aelected with a view to amt all taaiea. *11 t^^ new atyle, for Gentlemen’* wear, whether for DrAouitx or a Baaineea Outtltr received in their MaMn... together with plate,of the Intel atyler of Cutting and rinlehing. OTThe beet trimmingaalwaya on band. or NO. 137 Middle Street. A* _raayllduw JUST RECEIVED T »«LUfiS k HttMI. HAVaNG refitted their »tore and received a large assortment or ELEOAHT STYLES —or C Id O T H N ! ARK PREPARED TO Show Them to Their Cu* toners. A*ao, Clothing <fe Furnishing Goods, In Great Variety, ' -AT "Middle Street. ___msyttf • SPRING A. D. REEVES. TAILOR* DRAPER 98 Exchange St., WOULD respectfully Inform hi* friend*and the public that be ha« recently opened a Smtsn*iid Amort hu nt of • Spring and Summer Goods, Which be ft* ready to make up in the meet Fashion* able Mi/c, and at the Lowest Cash trims. Tbk La dip.* are reepeetlully reminded that Jh<f iug Jiil its, Zona«» Jackets, and Fancy Waists are cut and made at thi* establishment in a *tyU» which cannot fail to p'eaae them. Mitt ary aid Naval Orrircaa are here fit ted out in tru* Re quia* i >• Style. To PfTTIWW orT Bov* in the mc*t becoming and durable garments, special attoution is given. Dre«* Coats, Paata, Vesta, and Business Suits, Unde to order and warranted Good Kiln. Mr Kkeyrr taaurea ki, cuntomera that t in work fa made not only la the highewt a’yle of tnnhion. but in that mnot (Ink ran* eh an,l wika ro*wy aira, wax «vu* The Public are invited to visit this fcvroBinf «>F Fashion, and see it the tacts do not fuilv com* up to this Maxifbnto. u»a> ludlm The Cabinet Organs MAI>E EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the best instrument* of their clas* in the world. Nearlv all the most promiten' artists in the c< untry have gi* «*n written testimony to this effect, and iheae instrument# are in constant u*r in the concert# ol the nu»st distinguished arti«t*—as OotHchaik and other*—n« well as in the ra* in the prtuc pal cit ies. whenever sach instrument* are ruau r»d. Trice #V» to £'00 each. The*# instruments tnsy be found at tin* .Vine Moons of the subscriber. wb«t« they will be * >ld at the manufacturer*’ pric« *. II. S. EDWARDS, No.f49] Stewart's Block, Congress 8t. _ apriautt Ice Urea in ! Ice Cream ! ! A.t Brown’s Oyster and Ice Cream Saloon, Xo. 1S3 nail 154 Exchange Si., OppoaiU tb. luteraattonaJ Uu«„. mayTdtf TARR A WO A BOA’S Patent Metallic or Copper Paint. FOR VESSELS’ rtOTTOMS. To Ou itm aud .Haider* of Vessels. TUG superior article hi offered with tb# tallest con fidence. W hen appILd to WOODEN BOTTOM VESSELS It will be found a perfect substitute lor Copper Sheathing, and a COMP1.KTK PRESERVATIVE from WORMS, BARNACLES. GRASS, ke. Ves sel* trading to the Wc»t India and Southern Tcrtf will find it particularly for their interest to use tie TATkNT klKTALL'C OB L OtPBB I'AIBT. The proprietors will In every case guarantee, uot only tba* their Copper Taint is sut trier to any now In use. hut also to auy that has been herutolore of f red to the public. Printed direct ions for use accompany each can. For tale, wholesale aud retail, by the Maanfac turers Agents, LYMAN & MAEBEfT. Sliip Obancilers, No. 115 Commercial Sired. ap30 3iaw3a rOKl'LANO. Talk about Hats ! JUST SEK HARRIS' NEW STYLES. June I -at: •flic Cheapest Ageiifj I YOU coll-clin, all ©'»-»©» of claim. Arming from 1 tbo war i. did ot tb© “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,” in wblcb the ©xpenw. are controlled by a dixinter ©at«d r-xecuiive Committee Apptr in poraon. or br latter, to GF.ORUK V. EMKUV, over tlia Portland l'oat Office, 3d atory. dawly CHA 1’T8 4b Wti.UAMS. Succbmoms to J. W. HON UK WELL A Co.. No. 6 0 7 k 0 Commercial Wharf, Boetcr. Importers aud Wholesale Dealers in I>ru<js, Medi cines, Paints, Oils, Dps Stuff*, Manufacturers, nr Uoles and Chemicals. Manufacturer* ol I'oial nisAes, Japan Ac. Agent* for Forest Hirer Lead Mystic Lead Co. French and American Zinc, Druggis’s. Ter Aimers and Liquor Labels. General Ageut* for J. L. HunneweH's L'uiveraal Cough Rem •dp, Tolu A Body ne and Electric Pllla. mehfla eodSm _millinery! PLXN k PALMER BEG leave to o ill the attention of the trade eener Ally to their large and * WELL SELECTED STOCK -or millinery goods, MKlSLV?;S“Lt-!ra'„"=; lit tbe buBJnc't*, aud lacd'tie* lor obtaining good# be> le«| tally c« Lii»l*n: in btingabif to socceaalklljr ; *IIU a,‘> firms iu New England. 7 *"p *** •••* •» ___ Juueldlm straw eoouM. “P*,!v r'«ivtaKiro«i th. Colon • ,**2?" * ox boro, Mann all the new and hIts. ,<y‘t, L*d*,'> *“**«'■ Straw Bonnet*, Oftl! qualities. Also contain r ob hand a lar*. t'cea uf >r*! ch and .American tlnm, Buchia Uaad Ltrasaes, he . alJcl ho will ..It at tha prices. JOUJM K IMl.XrK. Juu-ldlm 144 Middla atrvt, Portland NEW MILLINERY^STORE. New Goods! A. KOBE RTS OX lias taken the Raw 8 to,*. MILLINERY, Which she tvil! be j>a«rd to offer to her (Honda and tlie public, oa and after the 5th inst. I . b. ▲ good a&Kortmeutof mourning Constantly on hand . _ * h.r0t> or L»«r good Milliners can receive steady employment by inquiring as above. i^tdsSn GRANT’S COFFEE &SPICs1iltLS. OlliaiXAL KSTABLISHliM&’T. J. G-H ANT, Wholesale Deal** iu all kiadt of COFFEE, S3PICE8, SiU.iiams <V ( ri nm Tartar, A’tte CoS'* ontl Spin Mill*. 13 ,<ad 13 >’nion tires* Portion*. Me, ‘ Coffteand Spkfsjut up'or the trad*, wuh as* I nT^iSl I V‘,i,ly *»d Barnaul ■trice jor ia% irude at inert HP*All gcods entrusted s .the owner's risk. .. . msrckWdtf The Misses Bailey's Homs School. THE Mi ■♦««.<* Bailey having purchased the plane la N»*tr GlooeiM er former v occupied by lbe Her. tbere»tOJ4# ** * Koardiug School, propoee opening Home School for Ciirls mud Boys, in*iTfich V*®aadva,,t**«« of a careful hose trailing will be united with thorough in trt ction in ail the branc je^ taughtin Seminaries of the llrst class. The lougea^eriencas of oos teacher as Frinctpal or a Horn.. School in Virginia, snd the reputation of the other n* a aucc'esful teacher or many years ■tsnumg, in I'ortlaud, will, it is hoped, procure pc* trous/e and injure nuccess. M tMMitleiuan o* experience will be at the bead ef the Home iiepartineut, and pay particular atten tion to the physical turning of the pupils. For in forillation see circulars or inquire of Ml— A. M. BAiLEY, No. Spring street. KKrsKencRaRev. /. vf. (bickering, D. D.; Hoo. John Nenl; chariwA. Lord; Ur ewklah Pnnk artl; Joeoph Libbey. New (i louceeter. Mar IS, 16W. _rnvy’.y.diwtheilMaWtf Copartnmtilr Notice, -AXD — BUSINESS AHVEBTISEXENT THE fubacfibers having on the 7th day of May formed a copartnership tinder the name of McCarthy & Berry, For the purpose of carrying on the nruvr Ann awns bitbtm— In all it* branches, and having all the haHimdr get ing up nn«t can* work f»r gentlemen and Indite, wear, are now ready to execute all orders with note* n*s«a:.d oUpalcli Our work wUl be aids of tM bc*t of imported rtock, by the test of workmen, and warranted to give per vet tatiafactiia. It io oar aim tfcat our wor- shall not tv second to any in the Unit ed 8 tatee. W> have also completed a stock of ready-made work oi the lirat quality. k>r LadLw, Gentleman, and Chl'drao'a Wmt, ■elected front Now York aid Beaton mtrk.ta Unr Ladle.’ work b front the celebrated Awrto Manufactory of New York. tor Lett;, men . wear wohtr.I], totiMortnokl oeer offer, d for role iu title city; each a. Baa French l'atect Leather Boot.; Ulote Calf and Calf Con grm f.,r yeutleuiea’e wear; Fateat Leather Cab K-*. aad Cdf CuBgteu Balmoral, and taw French ek e Boole Hove you won the new etyle ri(IMFED-FKO>T HLCIkLE BOOT. bow made by McCarthy A Bar ry ' > or neatneee, com tort end beaaty, It ■arpcMOC anythin, ever got ap ie thi. city Call and in M; •ample, alwa). on hand at the old .toad of M. Mc Carthy. McCarthy & berry, -No. U6 F.ichnnce Straat. jnseldil United States Claim Agency t Bounty, Prize Xoury A PcuIbh, CAN be obtained r o application to bWKAl k CXLAVE8, Attorneys at Law. No. 117 Middle street, kiuset’i How. sirmoin Maine Sabbath School Depository TUIK 'argest anti bast selected Stock o' BOOKS . IrSAttBATll SCUOOL LIBRARIES may be fouai At No* 6t Etchanie Street, Portltld. New books are received '•very week from tbo 8nn day School Societies and Publishing Hoaaot a Phfl ade’piwa. X* w 1 ork and Hu*tun. bo varied aa as aortiaeat. comt rising looks adapted to the capacity uf the child a* well a* adult, cannot bo found ia aay one store in New England. Schools in the country, by sanding a catalogce of the to >as in the Library, can receive a lot lor ox* amiaation and r turn at my experee -u h aa arc not approved » Book* for Sabbath Bor cola al eady ou baud. Discounts tor Library Books al* id^ed. a in Boston Also M sceilaneous. Theologi cal and School Kooks, Letter, sernton and Koto ra (>«r of ail »u*s, w.th Knvrlop*« to Photo* graph Alba n*. Po t folios. P.»rtmoni slot, %e„ Bo., all of which will be »old at the lowetd caah o icos. — Orders solicited. H. PACK vBD. Jane 1st. ISM. 4tf PENSIONST BOUNTIES! -A*n Are obtliued for Wbunded Soldiers (discharged) and the friends of deceased soldiers who are tktiMM to the same by BYBOX I>. TERRILL, Au*nrj u4 Cvawliu, at .to. 117 1Mb Stmt. Licensed Agent for all the Department* at Washington. — lVr'.nd, April '.3,1364, aptfea*«n KHvlgHiion Tutight — »t — T. B. PARSONS — AT — No. 12, Deer Street, Portland. G» KSTtFMFS destrou* or iartraettoa In Praatl r c»‘ Navigation will Hi d »n rip,Heated '..oh it. He i* the u-ily experienced Ship Master in the State, who teaches Navigation, and fa < special)* ap pointed to qualify Lrsjgus and Mates lor the C. 8. Navy. mchMeodtm STARBIRD’S Clothes Cleaning, and Repairing , HOOM8 'll HIS popular and convenient establishment ia 1 now located on tbo corner of CangroM and Brown streets, over Hunt k Jewett's Marble Works, where GENTLEMEN’S GAUM ENTS will he thoroughly clean«ed, faithfully and neatlr <*-paire1,and reared in good taste, to run form with the present atylo cf fa#y< n. The coi-e*ant increase ot patronage bestowed upon the proprietor, is duly appreciated by him. and lie azures all who favor him with their custom, that do pains shall bo spared to give them the utmost satis faction. N. B. Garments cut and made to order, and war ranted to fit. . G. B. STAR BIRD, Tor land, May 30tb, IS‘a4. Practical Tailor. ^ dtf _ ____ GREEN HOUSE AND UEDD1NG OUT PLANTS, IRe.pectfully Inicrm the public that I have oa baud » large aneortmeat of Greta lloaM and Bedding.out rlaiita. fur dprtng n t, of eapertor duality, via: VvaHVKaa, I'ahlu., Fuiaaeoai n*». l'ASHaa and ltoann. Alio, a lint cull.cUoa or A«TUK I'LAKTa. he.. Ac., Ac. A seleotlou may always be found at Kan (fail A Wiltney., Market Sqaar.-. Criler. left tbcrc vlll be promptly attended to. ALHKKT DIRWANGi R, FlorM. Corner *f North and Montreal Btroete, Portland, Me. aprdOtf * m

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