Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 24, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 24, 1864 Page 4
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Poetry. Our President. ' a. *■: 1964. JkBGATiAM Lincoln kuow« the repeal 4«» our hopes Centre now about the bravo and true. M nv help ltiiu *• we cau, He's rhe tuao, huued ior tb« country through and through. • » fcura good, perhaps. aa he 1 oat ouy he; - m a ■« *q tied them iu the war time’s flume* Do «•> kaow if they will etaod, ifi-a't in hbud, unking lor he Kight in Heaven s name? 3U‘ ihu nation ask O ji'e aga u * 1 o hold the rudder in tliE stormy pea. Ted him tost each sleepless night. Dork tf tight, U*hors in a morning for the Free. T,*t us not forget our rndo Gr titudet lint 1 nd our servant tha poor erown wo may . Give him four m »ro year* oi tod, Ta«k out m »H, nl . Knowing God shaT crown him in His day! Winter in Spitsbergen The single night of this dreadful country begins about the 30th of October; the sun then sets and never appears till about the 10: h of February. A glimmering indeed contin ue. some weeks alter the seuiug of the sun, then succeed* clouds aud thick darkness, broken by the light ol the moon, which is as luminioua a» in England, aud during this long night shine, with the new year, aud die sun i> ushered iu with unusual severity of frost. By the middle of March, the cheerful light grows strong. Artie luxes leave their holes, aud the aea-fowl resort in great numbers to their breed ing places. The sun seta no more after the lt:b of May; the distinction of day and night It then lost, lu the height of summer the sun It hot enough to melt tar on the decks of ships, but from Augnsl its power declines—it sew fast. After the middle ol September, day is hardly distinguishable, and by the end of Oc tober, take* a long farewell to this couutry ; the earth becomes frozen and winter begins. A pothouse politician was boasting that he eould bring an argument to a p’int as quick as any other man. "Toucan bring a quart to a pint a good deal quicker,” observed a "»*• __ __ If you want so kias a pretty girl, why, kiss her—it you can. It a pretty girl wants to kiss you, why, let her—like, a man. The difference between perseverance and obstluacy—one is a strong will, the other a strong won't. Why I. it difficult to keep a blacksmith in custody ? Because he can generally make a successful bolt. In the game of mortality, the last trick is the eexton’s. He plays a spade. At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within and for the County of Cumberland, ou the first Tuev **r of June, iu the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty-tour, SARAH aSN H COLLAG AN. widow of William Coliagan, late of Portland. Iu said Count,, ue ••a*ed, uaviag presented her petii.oti lor an allow anc « out of the personal estate ot which be died pos •e-sod, li tcis Ordered,That the said Pe*i*ioncr give notice toailueisobs interested, by causing notice to be published ihrve weeks «ucccsaivtny iu the Maine Rtate Press, printed at tortland, that they may ap pear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland, ou the firs* Tuesday of July next, at ten ol the •Jock in the forenoon, and show cause, if any they have, why the same should not be i rarted. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true copy, attest, 24w8w* EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within aud for the Couuty ot Cumberland, on the fli>t Tues day of Juue, iu the year of our Lord eight eeu hundred and sixty-four, GEORGE K. R. JACKKuN, Guardian of Edward Rpa«Hdiug< hurchill, sud o hen, minor chil dren and heirs of Mary P Churchill Uieot Portland in aaid Com ty, decea»ed. having presented bin p*ti tien for License to sell and court* certain Real La fate of said mtuo » aa described in said Pi-Ution an advantageou- offer having b*ea nude tb-refor,• It teas Ordered, That the said Guardian give no tice to ail persona interested, by causing notice to tic rolished three weeks successively iu the Manic ate Pi ess, printed at Portland, that they may ap pear at a Probate Court to be beid at said Portland, ou the first Tuesday of JuJ> next, at ten ol the •lock in the forenoon, and show cause, il any they have, why the same should not be granted. JOHN A WATERMAN,Judge. A trueeopy, attest, *4w3w* EUGENE HUMPHREY. Register. At a Covet or Trobatk held at Portland, within aud for the County oi Cumberland on the fir-1 Tuesday ol June, in the year of our Lord, eigh teen hundred and sixty-four, JOHN l HUE Guardian of Mary C True,minor heir ot Ramuei True, late ot Portland, oecea - cd, haring presented third account of Guardi anship of .aid minor tor Probate: It was OrdHt^d, That the said Guardian give no tice to all caui-iug notice to t-e pub ishea tl ret- weeks succs-tiv. Jy in ibe Mu.r.t RUte Pre-*, p'iiiUd at Portland, that they may ap pear at a t robate C ourt to be hc.d at said Portland, ou tu« fi.-Bt Tuesday of July next. El ten of the «ioek in the forenoon, and show cause, if »u> they Lave, why the same -liquid m t be allowed. John a. waterman, judge. A true copy, Attest. 24*8w* EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. AT A COUUT or Pi tun a J x Held at Portland, within and for the County of Cumberland, ou the first Tuesday of June, iu the year of our Loro JeL'htc-n hundred aud sixty-four, rJSEPtl LEAVE* Aduiiui-irator of the estate ' ot Gorrge Leighton, late of P« wi ah iu s*.id County, uscoos d having presented his 1 t aud fiual account ot adtniiiisiiaTiou ol said estate ’or probate: * It teas Ordered, That the said Admiui»liat« r givi notice to all perilous iuteyr&ted, b> causing notice to be published three weeks successively in the Maim RtaU Proas printed at Portland,that they may appear at a Probate Court to he held at said 1’ortland, ou the first Tuesday of July next, at ten of the clock In the forenoon, aud show cause, if any they have, why the same aheu Id not be ol lo « ed JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A trueeopy, attest, 24 *3w KL’gENE HUMPHREY. Register. At a CotTiir or Puobatk held at Portland within and for Che Couuty off umbeiland, ou the firs: Tuesday of Juu^fin the year of our Loro eigh teen hundred and sixty-lour, ARJGAlL DA Vie, named Executrix in a certain lustruoieut purportiug to be the last Will aud It* xn-itt it John Davis, late of Presort, iu said County, deopaaed, having protected the same .or probate: It was Ordered, That the said Executrix givt notice to all porsous interested, by causing notice to be published three weeks successively, iu the Maim Rials Preaa, printed at Portland, that they may ap pear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland, on the first Tuesday of July next, at ten of tbt •lock is the foreuoou, aud show cause if any they boro, why the sud lustrum*-i.t should not be proved, approv d, aud 'lioved, as the last will and testament of said deceased. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true copy. Attest, 24 w3w» EUGENE HUMPHREY. Register. At a Court of Probate held at Portland w ithin aud for the County of Cumberland, ou the fiivt Tues day of Juue In the year of our Lord eiglitei u hundred aud sixty-lour, JAMES pear, Guardian of James Spear, junior, miuor child aud heir of Eliza Mpoar.iat*; of Port land, in said county, deceased, haviug preseute » li » Petition lor license to sell and convey certain rtal estate of said minor, as dean i bod in said peti tion, as advantageous ofler having been made there for. a* wit* K/riLrrtu, i iiai iho «aia uu&rutan give no Hoe to all persous interested, by causing notice to bo published throe weeks successively, in the Maine State Press, printed at fort laud, that* they may ap pear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland, on thu Hr*t Tuesday of July next, at ton of the •look in the forenoon, and show cause if any they hare, why the same should not be granted. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true copy, Attest: 04w3w» EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. At a Cor in or Putina tk held at Portland, within and for the Couuty of Cumberland, on the first Tuesday of J-ine, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty-fotir, NA1HANi th PEA.iE, *jU4idian of George W. Merrill and other*, minor heir* of Aaaaaa H Merr li. late of Biidgion, dtgease i, having present ed h»# •croud account of Guardianship of said mi ne-# lor ProbLte; It tea* Ordered, That the said Gu&riiao give no* tice to all person* interested, by causing notice to be published three week# successively in the Mulut Bute Press, printed at Portlaud, that they may ap pear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland, the first Tuesday of July next, at ten ol the alock lu the forenoon, and show cause, if any they hart, why the same should not be a I own. JOHN A. WATERMAN. Juuge. A true copy, attest. lft wftw* EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. AT a Cocrt or 1‘uokatk held at PuitJand, wi-thin and lor the Couuty of Cumberland, on th*. iirst Tuesday of June, in • the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty-four, OLIVER P- H AKKK1.L, (-nardlan rf Melissa T. * aruey and Joseph N Verney, minor heirs of ■'•••P™ Legrow, 1a*w of W Uniform deceased, hav *°l preheated his seeo'-d&ccoact ol Guardianship Si ud minors for Probate? 71 tea* Ordered, That the said Guardian give notice to ail persons interested, by causing no tion to be published three week* auoccssively in theM&iue State Press, printed at Portland, that tbev may appear At a Probate Court to be held at •aid Portland, on the first Tuesday of July next at teu of the ois>ck In the forenoon, a d show cause . if any they ha\e. why the same should rot be allow 1 #d. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true copy, Attest. jrawM- ECO EKE HUMPIIBF.Y. Boater. AT a Court or Frobatk li#ld at I'ortUud. witl.iB jnd lor ili« County of CuBjborlBi.d. on lb.- (ir.« duo*. iu the year of our Lord -eighteen hundred and sixty, fear, AP^HIA PitlkiCE, Grandmoiherof WillamT. MPcmmL a m nor above th- age . f fourteen F*"X4 •* **"* **r °T Samuel B Mitchell, late of Y& mouibin said Ceio'y, derea ed and who i* i.ow serving in the Navy of the I* hed States and •b^ntat «*♦* ‘'tvine uresented he*- netiTht i that Rente t Merrill of said Yarmouth may Lt« appointed Guardian • f a d minor, it*eat Ordered, That the said Petitioner give no ttce to all persons interested, by causing notice to be publlabvd three week# successively in the Maine State Pres# printed at Portland, that they may appear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland, on the *ir*t Tuesday of July next, at ten of the •lock in the forenoon, and *how cause, if any they have, why the same should not be rranted. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judg«. A true copy, Attest. %l*9"t EUGENE HUMPHREY,Rtgirter. t .UISc/lLA^OI,'.' THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWKR JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A FOSTER k 00., 1 Proprietors/ Fox Block, 821-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND. NIL. '■■■■ '■ Attention it rnspea fully Invited to onr unrivalled facilities for executicf in THE BEST STVLE OF THE ART\ Every description of BOOK AND JOB FEINTING. .. .. | Our Establishment is furnished with all the ap ■ proved MODERN MACHINERY, And our collection of Book and Fancy Types i Will bear favorable comparison with any establish ment in the city. I Business and Professional Cards, 1 I (Of every variety, style and coet. PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. , — 3il!-llecda Ruled and Cut in Ike Neat est Manner* BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS, Of every description executed in tbe best style. Railroad, and other Corporation Work, done with promptness and fidelity. _ INSURANCE POLICIES, RILLS OF LADING, ' TIME TABLES, uni all sorts ot LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at short notice. I i — Swims, Erporti, »d all Liadi of PaapbMs, Put op la superior style. i _ j Bronzed and Colored Labels, I For Apothecaries, Merchants, and Fancy Dealers, got up in the best style of tbe art. Wedding Cards, Notes q( Invitation, Visiting Cards, Lists </ iMn- j j ces, etc., etc., of every variety and cost, furnished at short notioe. LARGE POSTERS, Hand-bills, Shop-bills, I'rogam mes, Circulars And plain printing of every description Also, Rule and Figure tcorl, executed neatly, and on terms that cannot fkil to satisfy. TEE DAILY PBESS i Printing Office has one of !loper' Improved Calorie ■ Engines for motive power, and is furnished with ' improved and eostly Presses—Cylinder and Platen— I from the most celebrated makers. We have in eon . stant use one of HUE'S LARGE CYLINDmR PRESSES, capable of throwing off £500 Sheets an hour. one of Adam's Potrcr Presses— tbe best I book press in the wor d; Adam's and Potter's Fast | Machine Jtdt P. tsses; ttu&glcs’ superior Card Pres ; Adams' rind I'ni^Ititge Hand Presses, Mandhulf Presses, an Jail tbe machinery neceiuar/ for a well appointed office. Tne Daily i’refi Job office is believed to be well furnished as any similar <• lablisbmeut in tbe tHate. fbose sending order from the country may rely on receiving prompt attention. I We execute a l order? in the shortest possible time and in the neatest and best manner. We will do all kinds of printing as well and as promptly, and as cheap as any establishment ' in the City, County or S’ate. All orders for Job Printing must be directed to the Daily Pr»ss Job Office, Ko. 82J Exchange street, ( Portland, Me. Tbe Job Office is nailer the personal supervision • of tbssenio^aroprietor, who is the CITY PKINT EB, and is himself an experienced practical wort man, and emplojs only well*«ki}led mechanics in I this department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, The largest daiiy paper cart of Boston, and having a larger circulation than all the other dailies in the • city combined, is published at tbe Office in Fox Block, S2 1-2 Exchange Street,every morning— 3uuday except* «1, at $8,00 Per Annum, From which M2 1-2 per rent, is discounted for! AbYAKCE paymxxt*. Stxni anuual and quarterly | • uusvripuuus pro reia. inau t&iee mODTbS, i cents per month, or 15 cent* a week. Nivole Tofik* 8ra>Te. BT Newsdealers supplied at the rate of two and oue-third dollar? per bundled. THE MAINE STATE PREftS, The largest paper in New England, eight psge*. is published every Wednesday, containing all the news by mad a d telegraph, important reading matter Maxine List, Ma Let Reports, Ac , of the Daily Tress, at the following prices, viz Single copy, our year, Invariably la advance*.91.00 Far ala aaaath*—. 1.00 Ta clab* af f^ar or snare all to the same po«t offioe, each. 1?7A Ta club* af tea or uiorr, aJl to the same post office, each . tl«60 And a free sopv to the gett«r up of the club. Subscriptions solicited. Agents wanted iu every town. Tost masters rc*p ested to act m agents. N. A. FOBTUG'lt Co., Proprietor#. j Portland June 1, IB -4. dtf NOTICC. WK, the undesigned haviagsold our stock of V? Coal end W on to M ssrs K.irdtfl, McAlit j ter If |fto., do cheer.u‘ly recommend them to our I former curtonir-r*. A 1 persons l.avli.g demands against u* are requested to pr'Sent t' em tor settle ment. and all per on* indebted to u* s»« r< quested ; to make imm* dlate pa) men* »1 'heoJiirtard where one ol the undersigned inav lie found tor theprp#«*ui. KAWYKR k WHITNEY. Portland, June6.1*01. . juuelid.Sw Coal and Wood! TUIE subscriber having purchased the Hock of Coal and Woo i, and taken the stand recently ' occupied b.r Messrs, hmwyir If JT/f/tat*, bead of Maine Wharf, are now prepared to ruj ply tbiir former patious and the publio generally, with a fine assortment of WELL PICKED AND SCREENED Old Company Lehigh, Spring Mountain Lehigh, J/OCUHf Mountain. John’-, t H bite and Krd A«h. Diamond and l^irbrrry, Together with t» e best qualify of C u i ii 1 >re r 1 K rid C o a 1 ! A SHjtrrior Oral for Rlarlsmitht. Aim*. Hard hikI Noll Wood. Delivered to onUgiu ,i>y ,,»rt of tl.c city. Tbe former cu» oiner» of MiM.r.* Ssvrjer k Whit ney are respectfully invited to b« H4NUAI.1, M< ALUM ER ft CO. I Portland, June 13.I804.-dly Uvrricrmi Criurtery. Till I- Superiu«cr*iieijt of Evergreen Cemetery will be at Isis office, iu New Ci»v Hut ding entrance on Mvrrle Street, from 12 o’clock M. to 3 o'clock*!’. M.. every «'ay, except Sunda>§. to attend to any call* j In oonnLCt'ou w ith said Cemetery. Orders may be left at the offic&at any time. , RpDdtoMgi ij. C. BABB, Superintendent. I OTTAWA HO VSEj PORTLAND HARBOR, MAINE JASON BERRY, Proprietor, Will open for the ifuon, on Thursday, \ thnWh in$t. This popular Watering Place, with iu HQMASTtC 8 PEN EH t, Ami 11KALTHY LOCATION, (itattpd ou CUSHING’S ISLAND, 2* mile* from the city, is uusurpa««ed by any Sum- : httsrf ou the Now England coast K *. i inilhelr cloyed on the B&bbath to ail 1 trandrtat Hfritom. j The StodheHlifmaTtrBlmihlin'f Wharf for this Mana regularly. JuaelduHw BRADLEY'S HOTEL, \ • —OH THB— American and European Plant, <Jor. of Commercial & India 8ts. 1 his House is >i nated .directly opposite ! ,tbe Grand Trank Lai roa j Depot, anu head i oi Boston and Portland fcteauurf Wharf J Connected with this l!ou»» is a first clasa 1 ■iDjrster and Dining Mall. j ME4 BRADLEY, Jr., & ('0., Proprietors. J. Bradley, Jr. P. H. Bradley. ' junelSdCnr Union and Temperance House, West liarpMwell, Is open tor the reception of Bummer Board rs, aud trancieut and visitors. This House is very plea-antly situated on the Neck one-fourth mi t above thcBU-am J_jboat Land in/ trjT 'Mi-aU fuMiiidicd at all houra of the day. MDN&Y BAILEY, Proprietor. June 1864.—dSw* Atlantic House, SC A Kilo HO' BEACH. THIS House having been enlarged and refitted throughout will open lor the sea son ou Monday, June 13, 18G4, ^ m K. GU.NN1BOX. l N. B.—Positively closed on the San Lath to all transien. visitors. Junell Ocean House Re-Queued! The undersigned haring lea-ed for (he iseaaon this wei established Watering place, if.arniinglv situated u ihe outer verge oi «« ape Elisabeth. With uurivabed .acili iies lor Baitiiiiff, Boating, and K'Uhtng, | Will open for transient and permanent guests on and after Tuegday, the 7th day of June. Everv dcii-abie couve icnce will be .applied for tbs pleasure «n<i com orte ol its patron* with regard to the requirements and character oi a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. We feel assured thst < nr exortlons, added to the ubusual at11 actions ol the house itself. wu! secure ns the approbation and patronage of the public. GT*Positively closed on the SaU>tfk. 11 ILL & JORDAN, Proprietors. Cape Elizabeth, June 7,1864. dtf BAY VIEW HOUSE, ! CAMDEN. The Sabacriberi take pleasure ia aa- ; nounciug o their ft-leud,end all nteruled Jin find ng a iirat (last sea-aide Houl accom. modaliuna.tnai their new and .pactum llo lu, .1,1 on op nearly iu dune, it contain, all ih* mod- I ern iiuprovtuient, and every convantence lor toe I ctuilortarid accommodation ol tbe travelling pub- ! tc It t, liiu!y lecated, oouima ding an unrivalled view of tbe Penobscot llay. Tbe adventure. of bcb bailiing and me l.vilitte, tor ti.lnug and boa tier, are un.urpaared. Tor ita beautiful «ceutry amide lifbtlul drive, and walk,, (imdru la alteady favor am known aaonr oi tbe mo,t eligible and delixbt ful watering place, in Mew England. Connected wi h tbe Uoiel i, a ffuo Livery Maine, horaea and carriage, having been sceciei with great rare. Tbe are lrum tbe beat v,iabli.bnieuu ia Uw comit y. Button tbe moat approved »tyle». bteam boat lauoing.ea.y ot aocr,-; (learner, touching ev ery dav In the week. telegraph communication w tb all part, of the c untrv. Thoaa winking o »c cure good room, win do wet. toapply aoon.a* many are airoaoy e ngagi d ClklilNb k JiHJNjjluN, Proprietor, ramdeo, June Z, 1368 —dtf* rieatant feubutbun Kroon. CAUISIC HOUSE, WEST BROOK. This t'egant suburban Watering Place, [located upon a pl« asant eminence near Oa *"ic , miles frein Portland, hav. |tWH*mlh* P*ac*J**,u rnost ample order by LS2JI -b<* fcut*fcriLrr, be most respectfully solicits iur »i cukioM ot tho public, and cordially iuvitos a call Iroiu his old Irkndr. toe house is ploa«aut, retired end quiet, i be turakiture aiu furnishing* are all new, and tbt rooms c *y aef sightly J h- tables are oupplred with all the delacacses as weh as th«> substantia]* or the sea son, and the service of one ol tLo very best cooks In Ne* Englsuu bavt^oen secured. Extensive shcdsfEad a uuo -table with roomy stalls are am ug the couvemenct* oI the ostablDhmeLt A nice Hathiug lluu«e*u!ii lent ter the accoramo ration of set era] baiheisha* beeu erec»ed with steps projecting Into ten lout of water, and the whole se cured from oosorvat on by a Hosting screen Sinokiog Aroors grace the bauks of the Pond and invite the indulgence of the lounger. if oping for a snare of tbe public patronage the an dersigned proa s s to spare no effort tor tbe en at tainment of his gvett*. OEO. W MlRlii Westbrook, May 21, !8d4. ica.Klritf Splendid Pleasure Result! THE WHITE HOUSE, (routusLY wiLooa aocaa.) J. r. HILLEK.PKOFUIETOB. Tbt, popular Hotelh»» recently been pur ichaj.-d by Mr. Milleriot the Albion! and ha, been thoroughly re tit tod, renovated and re paired, and numerous excellent alteration, _iuiade. it is lu-xted on the baccarepparoed, about tour mile, from Portland, afP-rdinga beautiful drive over a goed road, and jmt about far enough for pleaaure. It be. a tine large Dancing Hall and good BowUag Alley,. In close proximity to the home t» a warm and roomy Stable, containing twenty nice stall,. There ia also a well sheltered dhed, 106 feet long, for bitching horaea Tbe choicest Supper, aril! be got np for sleighing and dancing pertie,, who will And it greatlv to thetr pleasure and advantage to resort to tbe White- House. tic effort will he spared for the entertainment of «“«•!*. declV-dtf HALLO WELL HOUSE li E O PEN E D l HEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES! 8.G. OE**IM, Proprietor. Tho public are specially informed that the spacious. convenient and well known Hallowbll llouex, in the c< uttr of Uallowel), two miles from Augusts, and lour raises from logos Spring, has b*-en refurnished. and is open for t>* reception of company and permanent hoarders. Kvery attention will be given to the comfort of guests. STABLING, and all tho usual conveniences of a popular hetol, are amply provided. liall'iwel , Feb. 1 1964. mch2fteodtf THE AMERICAN HOUSE, Hftnovtr Street • • • • BoctoDy The Largeat and Best Arranged Hotel IN NEW ENGLAND. LEWIS RICE, Proprietor. ool01* CITY OF PORTLAND. N OTH K ia hereby given, that it is the intention of the City ( ouncil to discuntiuue a part oi Con gress Street— beginuiug at the south-westerly line of tne A AS. Lswreuce Kail road, aud continuing to low water mark Aud the Joint Standing ( ora mi t tee of the City Council, on laying out new Streets, iu pursuance of an order of the City Connell, passed on the 13th day of June, 1961, will meet for said purpose oil Wednesday, the 22nd day of June, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the crossing of Congress street over the a. A s i. liriiroad, the place of beginning, and then aud there proceed to view aud discontinue said street. All jiersons interested will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. (iiven under our bauds this 14th davof Jane.A. I> 1* I JACOH McLFLLAN. 1 *fhVENS SMITU. j Committee on wm H srrwAKT. I . . J NO. D. SNOWMAN, f L»y>nC out C, K. i ADD, ' New Streets, WM. (j SOCLE, J l’ortlaud, June 15, 1844.— d<d Ordinance Don:.. City or Pouilam* Muisual'i Orricn, I May 2d, 1964. J 8»ctiok 1—No dog shall b« permitted to go at larveor h.ose iu any street sue, al'ev, c> urt or trav eled wav, or iu any uniuejosed r r public pi- coin this citv. until the ewi *r or k.cper of such dog. or the «id o the family, or the keeper oftLe house store, »!>. cilice, or oth* r place wheye such dog is kept h«rboreU, shall have paid the City Marshal two dollars tor a Ueeto ter such dog to go at large Kkc 7 —In ca-e any deg shall be found loose or goli g st large, contrary to snv of the f. n going provision*. «ho owner or keeper thereof, or the bead of the family or keeper oft' e house, store, < ffice, or other p ace whore such dog is keptor haibored, shall tot toil and |>«y a sum not exceeding ten dollars. Msy5d2ra JOUN 8 1IEALD, Uty Marshs!. PAItTH IFATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. Thja Company will iune Police* to Lr froc after tbe paj uii'ut oitii, Blyht or tec Vretnlniu* at tbe option or the inaaroJ and .1 r.lct e* low aa auy other Company. Tbe l*auo ol > roe 1’olicle* render* it at the lea,t equal If not superior to the participation oompani-a. Otto* Ho. 108 Middle Bt. CHARLES HOLDER, rn*. EDWARD SHAW, St*. R.M4 4»wtf, i FOR SALE & TO LET. -.*■!■* A A 1—Lee-, J a ^ , .el. —. ■ HOUSES ASD LOTS FOR SALE, SITPATEU 0« Franklin. Alden, W ashington. Montrnnl. Foinnd Sumner Streets. riElCKB FROM M.tWO TO *2,60*. Alto, TWO SHALL FARMS, in Cupo KiLabetb. | Terau liberal to (ait tbs parohaser. Enquire of BIiBBlDQB (JERKY, apYDdlweodtf Ho. 6!> U gh Street. Valuable Farm for Halt'. Bitu&ted iu Falmouth, eight mile# i from Portland, ou the old t.iay road, opposite Black t> rap .Monu ment. i he la m contains 4r> acre* | — i—i ^oed land, well divided into tillage, ; pastur.n^ vmod lot*. It has a large orcbaid, aud bunding* all in good repair, it i* well watered aud a very uleauiut *ituatiou ; wilt be Hold for catoi on rcasoDMolo terms. I-or farther particulars inquire o J. F. UAA'h, ise r» Clapp'* Block, or hi' L’e> It Ah D on the premise*. janeiHiTiw' House Lots For Sale. ON Stevens' Males, within two minutes walk of the llortc Railroad; plea autly located. Voiiquireof ti. u. Ua I LL V, 4- ivxchupgc St. June 11. 1964.—eod2w Valuable Heal Estate for bale. YVrK have for sale a very desirable Hoi^e, cen ▼ ? trail/ aud piea*amJy located, lininkea aud furuinhi-d iroui garret to cel ar$ *itery thing in aud abou» the house in perfect oidTi ; will be sold with the Furniture, which * ugood taste and in li.c Ol der Immediate poHMsoion given, the house and lurmture can be cx«iuiued at any tin e and inlor matiou give by calling oo liKMCI BAILEY 4 Co., Auctioneers, mayi&dtf Land wu Free street for Safe. TITHE valuable real esta'e on Frew street, known A a- the "Furnish property ” 1 i.e !ot is about loti I,et on Free street and extends hack about 174 tett. Said estate win be sold as a w hole, or t he easterly ball of the dwelling noose, with lot about 40 bv 176 feet, will be sold by Itself Application mat be tuxde to James Furbish. F.«q., on toe piewtses, or to UKO. L li. J At lv >oN. _ 68 Exchange street. For bale. TtBE »sra property, so called, on Windham Hill, j in Windham, ooutainiug about ten act es There ' are ou the premises s gooi Two Staiy dwelling noose sud Bs’O, with other ou.-buildinxs. The property is pleasantly situated sod the neighborhood unexceptionable. For terms, kc.. apply to ukbcois a jackson, Portlat.'" '(ay 18,1804 68 Exchange Bt. maylMti For bale. A SQUARE block of land, of about 73000 seres of wood lana, on tbo south side of the river St. Lswrsnee.ln Canada East It Is i iitereee.lxH two considerable rivers wiib eligible Mul site. Well wooded with every description ol timber, eucb eg nine md sprnoe in Nrge quantities, and maple barch. beech, tamarae ana baag wo d ti.aoy amuuut Enquire of H. T. MACH1N, -'ortland. Portland, Feb.1864._ feb-A eodtf For Sale* or to Let. WJFf COTTAGE, containing over I I room«,large stable and sheds—tituated two and one-balf mllee from Portland, and the dneat situation in Cnpa Eliaabcth for a wa tering Pinna, and unmrr boarders. For .-irs enquire or GEO.OWKN, ap7 dtfII Winter Street. Portland. For Rale, THE Stock and Fixtures ol a drat e'art Provision Store, now doing a good bus nees. sold only on account of the ill healr • of t he proprietor. Address “W.” Boa 1928. Portland P. O. June 14—dlw For Male. AllOl'SE and Lot on Btevan'a rialna Road, ad joining the Seminary Grounds, a vary deaira blrjoctl toil. Also a number of building loU near the sam*. Kniaire of E. H KOHBF.8, on tbe Plain*. June lOtb, 18G4.—codSvr0 For Sale. ATWO ttory Hoase aad Lot. situated on PoiT laud street, with htabie and oibcrout buiidiugt. two adjoining iota containing ab*u right thouaaud canare feet. Kn«iuiife of S. STEVENS, No. 47 Portland street. JuneQdtf For Sale, TITHE two slorybrh k Hon,eNo 2 Deer street, K A- by 12 aod barn 16 by 24 The lot ii 60 feat square, with good water and gardi n spot. For farther par ticulars enquire of BV.NJA.TIIX KNIGHT. Sieani Packet Compati), Atlantia Wharf. junel« i2w - llouie For Sale. AT WO story wooden bouse No. 18 Adams street, 11 Inislied rooms, convenient far two families; plenty of good water. Kor particulars inquire ol I.J. WILLARD. Portland, May 14,1944. mayl4eodtf For Sale. ONE Eapress Wagon, nearly new, can be used has Pole aod Shafts complete. For price Ac., call at Bo.4Free Street Portland. apr 1 eodtf To Lot. OTURK now oeoapied by as. Possession gives O immediately. Also, a Front OSoaln Hanson Blnek Ian8 dtfH. J LIBBKT A CO. To Lei. ONE STORE in Galt s Block. Apply ta H. T. MACHIN, ap22 dtf CITY OF PORTLAND. A TTZKTION It ca'led to Section 98 ol the Or iV clnacc- .espec ing Interments. If any person .ball be de ireus to move out of the City the body of a decease i peiena for iat- rment, he -hall make app ieat on to the Superintendent of Burials for na-tnisslon so to do, end said Suporin t ndsni shall gram ,u h permjwdoB If no cause .hall appear for wituholdlng the tame, and shall attend to snchremova! in person, or employ o-t ot the un dertakers of the city to atuutl ther-to Pena ty tor violation of tbis Ordinance not less then five nor more then twenty oilers. Ail violations of this Orcinanoe tSMI be prosecuted according to law LoL'lS Bl'M K, Superintendent of Burials. Portland. June 10, 1864 —dim C1TV OF PORTLAND. 1» the Tear One Thousand gif hi Hundred and Sixty-four. . An Ordinance Amending the Revised Ordinance on Mtreets. Bed ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen, and Com mon Council of the i ity rf Portland, in (Sty Coun cil aneembled, a* follow t SecTiost 1 Section 46 o; the revil'd Onlinince on Streeteit hereby amoudrd by striking out Hie words "six and a halt o'oluok''in the eleventh iir:e of tab! .notion and ins rtmg 'be w rds flvs o'clock' and els bv stnking out the words "live o'clock" in the tbirtronth line of said Section and inserting the w irde "four igc.ock." to that .aid Section as amend ed shall rea.1 us follows, to wit:— SECTIOS44— Alianic as brought by railroad to be landed i - Commercial stre- t alia I be unloaded ou the south-east side of the ralir ad track, aud every article United tu the etrest, eith-r from, or tor the purpose of being lauded npon the 0,1 shall be so placed as not to obstruct any street or passageway crusting Commercial street, or eooueoting with it. and so at to I are a clear space not le«, than four teen feet in width from the coping ttoue, and shall not be allowed to remain in the street over six worklug honreafter they are land-d Provided, however, tha' ears tnay be unloaded in m iiorp, ann rom ,iorc*t on in- nortifwet: erljtgide ot Mid railroad track, gflrr Hi t o’clock in the evening frnia the drat day of April to tlie flrvt dai ofOc obcr, and after four o'olo.k In tlitcreniiig during the other tlx in mth, of the year. Ja UoAEPov Karon *»d Ai.»irmkx, I June 13, 1-S4. | Thin bill having been twice read, pawed to be or daiued. f JACOB KcL.EL.LAX, Kayor. In Cn»»o« Cocscil, June 13, ISA*. Tbif bill having been twice read, pasaeil to be or dained J it HAMI.K.N, Erevident Approved, JACOB KcLKLLAX’, Mayor. Copy Attent: June 14-Mw J. M 1IKATH, City Clerk. V. 8. Marshal’* Molice. United .States or America, I District of Maine, bs. J FUU8UANT to monition* from the Hon. Ashur Ware. Judge of the United States District Court, within aud lor the District of Slaine, 1 hereby five public n< tice tnat the following Libels and Informa tions hare been filed in said Court, via:— A Libel against Twenty Bolts or Arbroath DrCK, 818 YARDS; AND TEN HaLF < HBftTN 1 X*, 416 LBS BBT. An information against Two Hub deed and Six TY-EIOHT TilOLBAND CIGARS An //{formation again* M.x Cases oe Brandy and Tbm Thousand Cigaes An information against Seven Capes contain ing Thirty-five TiiortAM> Cigars a*.d Four ( ABES COjtTMBIBU 1 wknty Imousand cigaks. A t Five ca«kb r >M aiaino Thir TV NINE ^^pPAND ONE HUNDRED AND l lKTY ClGARP Which res were tor breaches of the lansol the United States aud is m»re particu arly set forth in said Libels and Informations; that a hearing *nd trial will be had thereon at Hangor, in said District on the Fourth Tuetday of June current, where any persnns interesfou therein may appear, aud show cause, if any can be a own, wherefore tho same should not be decreed forfeit and disposed of accord ing to law. Dated at Portland this fourteenth day of June, A D. 18*54. *. A QUINBT, C.8. Deputy .Marshal Dist. of Maine, Jane 14—dl4t Proposals For Ration$ and Skip Chandlery for Revenue Cut ter etutiemtd at Fort •/ FtertUind. Colikotou s OrricK, l Portland Me , Juu* 16th. 1864 i SFALF.D Proposal will b« r. ceired at this office until 12 o'clock M., on Thursday the 3bth Suit., for furnishing and delivering ltation* aid Ship Chandler for the Revenue t utter statiou .i at this Port, lor the tUcal year ending Jui e30*h, 1886 The rations to be or good and approved quality; to be delivered ot; b ard the Cutter iu g- od ana sufficient i ackages, barrels, bones and cases, and jn g.»«^ or, der, ouce a mouth tree of expeuce to the United Mates, agreeable to bi cci cations and table (mark ed -) attached ihereto, which will form a part of the contract, oopie* of whi h nray be had l>y apph ing at thi office. It ia understood that the contract- I or will be bound to furnish upon reasonable notice, . as often as tuav be required by th Captain ot th* Cotter, with the approbation of the 1 elleetor, (not excluding, upou ac average, one day in each week) such fresh meat aud vegetable* as may b« equna Icet to theoorreei’oudinfr partsofthe at ion allow’d in t« e Naval The chin C handlery to be of the best quality andsatjec to tne inspection of the officers miking the requisition. All bids must be s^ale-! a »d endorsed 4 Proposals for Ration*” or 4 Proposals lor fib p Chandler) for Revet ue Cutter Stationed at Po t of Port’and,” aud then placed In anottar earelore and left at or directed totbisof ftO",pr» paid if sent by mail. By order #f decretarv of the Treassry. I. WAWBVUX, Jr , follteior. J .‘t- ■ ‘.-.JLL-SJ_. X- - KAiivKOA U». 3mm REDUCED HATES ! IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS » -TOTH* West, North WeA& South West! W. D. LITTLE. 18 Agent lor all the great leading mutes to Chica go. Cincinnati, Cleveland. Detroit. Milaaukie Galena, Oitiosh. .Ml. Paul, Lm ro>«e. Green bay! tjuiucy. at. iouitt, Louisville, 1 utii»j,ai.ou», Cai»o etc., tic , aud is p epared io lumisfi liinociiii 1ICKKIB iiuru Tertian i to all the principal cities aud tow ns in the loyal bta-c s aud < anauav at the lowest rales ol iarv. aud a 1 needful iuloruiatitc chenlul y granted. Travelers wi.l tiud it greatly to their td vantage to procure their tijkets at ibe Union Ticket Office, .31 Exchange Street, {Ur stubs,) w. L). lal V 1 L 1'j, Agent. Or Fasten gert for California, by the Old Line ; Mail dtouuiFr and Panama Kail cud, may be secured by earlv application at this ottice. rkkets to .Vottfrea/a;ii/ y>uh?c and return (via , the Grand Tran* tUiiwvy ) may be ch ained »t this agency on favorable terms. Oiay26d&wtl Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s (■rent Combination of El XCU RSIOXS! For tae Seasoa of 1864. Ticket* Good to Return to November 1st. OHAND THINK RAILWAY. From Portland — TO— White Mountains, Montreal, Quebec, De troit, Chicago, W'iluuukie, Niagara Fall., and return AT VERY LOW RATES Of FARE. Only $10 to Ihicaijo or Miluaulcie, %‘S, out ■ anti return, via. Sarnia Line. To Chicago and Retaru, nil rail, $35, Also, to i.o.ton, New York, up the lluouju i.ivtr Saratoga, Lake George. \* Keturuiug from Niagara fall, cither hr Grand Tru-k ktalUvay, or h> meKoyai Mail Line through tie Ihiusaua Glands aud Kaiias of the 6t law ranee. Amtriean Honey taken at Tar It r Tickets Sitct iug Uare and at itetreetnuent Moguls * Arranguncits ha e been mail with the l'rourie tors olilie principal Uuii-U iu Monareal,Queb o aud D-trafiiuiake Ameilcau Money at tar. cbarmnir New Yoik Hotel prince. For Tickets or inf imalion apply to Aukst of ! Grand frank Hallway. li P. tlKACtl, General Agent,27» Broadway >' Y VVm T Loweits, ta tern Agent, iiaugor PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC R.R. 81’RING k SUUUEK ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 "l-affim; „ Fw»»|« I ram, leaves kotrbeuar) ft, r MESR1 ori An ; ami Loe'un. at 6 4.’, a u An* lfu» .A. M and Hath u lu KM. Aueu*ta (or Tnnlasd ana Bo.ton A, h.; Hath ti 3u A. Waterrllle,Kendall> Mill, aud SkoHheeat, at 1.10 KM. Portland for Bail, and Augu.ia 8 16 T. M. pAtaenrers fcr catiuuaon the Audroecoggiu Rail road will change ear* af HruLiwick. The 1 10 . M. train f cm Portland connects at Keudau b Mills with Mam* Central Railroad tor Bangor, Ac , arriving same trtvivg P^M*0*1*11'* *** b lor Rocaland at 9A.M. and 3 I stages leave Augusta Cor Belfast at 4 l\ II. bug*** leave Skuwhegan at G 10 F. M fur Anson bOtOn, kc. Through Ticket* for all the ,tailor* on thi, and the Androscoggin Railroad, can be urocorred m Boston at the ba*t*ru or Hr- on ami fc»i. e ►tahon* Anrll la ia«?'H'CC8U11,iJ' 8uP«rin*«»l>»«*. April 18, 1864 • ap23 tf York * UumberlHmi ihtiiroaL SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MON'UAT, April 1th., 1664, tram* will leave as follow*, until further notice : baco River for Portland at 5 45 (Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9.15 a. ic., and 3.80 r m. Leave Portland tor baco River, 7.45 a. m. aud 2.(4 aud G,20 r x. The 2Oj r. M. train out, and 5 45 a m. train into I ortiiud, will be freight train* with passenger car* attached Mecca connect at Haccarappa daily for South Win ah Lin, Wiudham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham lor West Gorham, btvudish Steep Falls, Baldwin. St-bago, Lntiyfon. iliravn. Linmig tou, Cornish, Dtuiuark, Brownfield Lovel, Frye burg, Conway,Bartlett, Albany, Jackson and ba ton, N. 11 At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonuey Ea gle, South Liiningion, LiniiuKton aud Limerick At haoo River trl-wcekiy. tor Uoi.igp l.iruerlck, O-aipt**, Nowdeld. Par*ou*lield, Kthugoain, Free dom. Maci-on, i aton, Cornish. Porter, Ac • Fare* 6 cents lens when tickets are purchased in the Office, than when paid tu the tars. DAN. CARPENTER, Supt. Portland April 7, 18*4. dtf UUXflD THINK HAILwir Of Onnaila. WINTER ARRANGEMENT On and after Monday, Not. 9. 1863. HRJH trains will ran dmly, (Snudays exoept ed, an til further notice, as folio Wl: tfp Trains. Leave Portland (or Sonth Pari# at 7.40 a. m . For island Pond at 1.10 r. m. Down Tram*. Leave Island Pond for Portia:.4, at 6 a. m. Leave Booth Pari* for Portland at 6.46 am. The Company are not ros|rcnsible for baggage te any amount^exctediiig *60 m value, and that j*t •oual, unless notice i* given, aud paid !or at the rate of one passenger for every 9600 additional value. C. J. BKYDGKb, Managing Director. U. BAILKY. Superintendent. Nov. 4. 1868. nov6 PORTLAiM). SAt O \ POKTS^ttl TIf RVlkHOAl). SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS, Commencing April 11th, 1864. Passenger Train* will leave the Sta* ^od* A’anal street, dally, (Sundays **• oepted * as follows: Leave Portland for Boston, at 8 46 a. m. and 8.C6 r. v. Leave Boston for Portland at 7.80 a. m. and 3.CQ . w. M. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. M.and 630r. m. These trains will take and leave passt-ngcr* at way stations. Freight train* leave Portland and Boston daily. FRANCIS i. II ASK, Supernitendciit. Portland. Oct. 80.1S68. oc31 edtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Auguuta, Maine. rilUK Makne Insurance Cotamanv iiMtire against X loss or damage by Fire. Building ;, Merchan dize and Farniture, on terms as favorable as it can bo done bv any solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five veers. J.L. CUTLER, President. J. H. WILLI AMS. Secretary. EBW.Utn SH4W-Agent, Ho. 102 Middle Street. oHVrwtlr American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YORK. Capital £300.000, Insure Building*. Merchandise. House hold Furniture, Real*, Lenses. Ye., •els ou the Slacks, and uikrr Fers •anal Fra, crly m lae Las. rsi rrles. SAMUEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RAYNOR, Socraiar. EDWARD SHAW Agent, 103 Middle Street. • it*7 lyend STATEMENT OP THE Etna Intttirance Company, OF UAKTFORD. CONN., On the 1st day of November, A. D. 1*3. as required by the Laws of tbe State of Maine. rbt Capital Stock 1*.Sl.6Ud.0C0 narf test* Ike turplue it Inveeted cu/oUtnct: Seal estate, unincumbered, S57.D63 18 Cash in band, on deposit, and in agents' hind*. 3M.b«n M United States Stocks, 515.*17 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, ct> Bsnksnd I rust Company Stocks, l,l>47,370 00 Mortgage Bonds, 33t>41 oo Atlantic Mutual Ins. Co’s scrip, 1483 3, 16."H8 60 Total Assets, M,036.878 74 Amount of Liabilities for Losses not due or adjusted, *176.41111 Amount at risk, estimated, 116,616 47b IY THOS. A ALOANDEB, Provident. Lttoitm J. Habdze. Secretary. Hertford, .Vos. 7, 1“83. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 Iron Block, Portland Pirr. decs dtf Dingo Insurance Company OF rut CITY OF PORT1.4XD. Office No. M r.x«ii!tng<‘ street, Oapitfil 3200,000 } It IIH Company is now prepared to issue policies I Oil all kinds of property insurable against lire, at oui retit rate* A. K. gtlUMTLKK, President. JEELttlAU DOW, Secretary. DlBBCTOBS. J. It. Brown, E. 8. Pprinjr, I). W. Clark, J. B. Carroll, Jolu L* nch, II. 1. Kobiuaon. TBCTSTBSt. Bt. John Smith. II. M. Tayton, C. H. Uaakell, Andrew Siting. J». O. Cram, Philip U Brown, II. N.Jo-e, Jere. Bow, (i W Woodman. H J. Libby, H. J. Robinson, J N. Winalow, 8. C. Chafe, Air ah c onant, Win. Moulton. Portland, »ay 4,18«. maySdtt I , I. ■-wmt _ _ _ STEAMBOATS. Portland and Penobscot River, Hummer Arrangement, I8«4. TUKNEW, STAUNCH ASD COMMODIOUS VII AUI K LADY LANCS, Built expressly lor thi« route, (APT. WILLIAM R. 4IOIX, uT*p&** Will commence her Si.ionic Ar g, mem on UONDAY MOhN- j , June 6 h, Leaving Bangor ev- i *r ■ Mw u«t/. WedliOrta ana 1 ndsy Moi, at ' } c c • 'ck Returning will leave Hail road Wharf, foot of I "•tide Ortet, Portland, every Monday, Wedsenttiv | and Priday Evening-, at to o’clock, connecting the Eastern, Boston and Maine, and Portland, Saco and Portaint,hih Kailua a from Boston and Wav Stations, h aving bo»tou ato'cloc.«, 1’ M 1’he Boat will teach at Ituckl.nd. Camden, Bel | rant Bucks* oxt, Winterpon and llanipduu, both ‘ vvaya. l’a-set<gi>rs tickeud through fo and from B s’.on, Lowell, Law rence. Salem au i Lynn. her more extend* d iu ormatioo, apply to J. O. 1 hendrica, Bangor; tne lical Agent* al the various la ding*; the Depot Musters oi ih*- 1’. s. &. P ' Last*in, and B. * M Railroads: Abiel Soin.rby! i art laud; Latg ti De mho Bostou. or Juno 4.—fidtf CHAS‘ s*'EAl».U««r.lAte.». Montreal Ocean Steamship Oo. One of the fullowring Urst-cias* steamers of this Linevi*—Peruvian, ll.hernia, North American Jura, Bel gian, Nova Scotian, Mar a nan Da ina.-our. vsi.^aii irom Quebec, aver.j Saturday i ilwttMMi lor Liverpool via tuuii >iii crr>. The BELGIAN to sail from Quebec Saturday morning, June 2 •. . Also tlie steamers St. David £t Okoruk, .st i Andrew 8t. Patrick, tri mouth y lrora Quebec' lor G]a?£Ow. Pn paid and return t cketa isaued at ' reduced rates. For paasage apply to 11. * a. ALL- ! AN Montreal, or to + J L. FAK ER, uiaylddtf No. 10 Exchange street Portlnd. | Interaatiopal Steamship Company. Eastport, Calais A St John. TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and after Monday. March 38, the superior sea-going .steamer NEW BRUNSWICK. Capt. E. B. __-Winchester, will leave Railroad w ban, i<»oi oi State Street, every Monday at ft o'clock P. M . and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND f'apt. E. I* i«*ld, every Thursday at 5 o'clock P. M.' for t.astport and St. John, N. H , connecting at Khstpon with steamer Queen, for Kobmsou.St An drews and Calxi*. and w th stave roivhpi fn> vr. cm**, ana at at. John with xteamer* for Freder icton and with steamer Km, eror lor Dishy. Wind- ' •or aid Halifax, and with the E .AN. A. nail road lor hhediac and all way stations. Returning, wi'l >eav* St John every Monday and Thursday a, 8 o'clock A. M., for Eastuort, i’ortland and rtogtou. Thiougb ticket* procured of the Agentsand Clark on board Steamer*. Freight received till 4 o’clock P. M , Mondays and Ihuraday* # “•> 6«tf _aC. RATON. Agent. , Portland and Boston Line. THE STEAMERS Foreit City, Lewiston and Kontreal -rfwm» Will, until further notice, ruu u, ‘ follow.: Leave Atluntic Whurt, Portland, "very Monday. Tuo.duy,, Thuraduy uod rriduy, ut 7o’clock 1’. M., uud Indie Wturf. Bouton every Monday, Tucaday. Wtdnoeday, Thurtday uud Friday, .t 7 o'olock P. M. rar.iu Cabin.......B1.60 " on Deok. p.jg Freight taken u uiual. The Company are not ro«poc.ibla for baggage to any amount eiceediug $60 iu value, and that ptreon* ul, unieM notice ie given and pud lor ut the rut. ol one pa-senger for every $600 additional value. Fct>. 18. 1S*S dtf L. HILLINGS, Agent Portland and N»w York Steamer* SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. j. j. The •p'eiiiid and fait Steuzubic. . -LOCUS I POINT." Capt . WiLLwrr, fa- ’fair,**0’* -POTOMAC,- Captain Hus* akWknSHtlwoop, will,until farther uotioa, rwa a. follow. I*eave Brown. Wharf, Portland, ovary WEDNES DAY, and SATURDAY, at4P. M .and Imvi Pier • North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY end SAT URDAY, at 3 o’clock. P. M. Thee. ve«aek are fitted up with AneaeeommedaUoa. for puaecgere. making 1 hie the mod .peedy, safe and comfortable ronte for traveller, between New York and Msint. Paaaage $7,00, icelading Fare and State Room.. Good, forwarded by tbl. 'in. to and from Montreal, Quebec. Bangor, Bath. Augutta, kaelport and St. John. Shipper, tre reqseated to lend their freight to the it*umrr a*early aa 3 P. M, on the day that than laavt Portland For freight or peeeage apple to EMKRY A FOX, Brown’.’Wharf. Portland. H. B. CROMWELL k CO., fa. M WwlStreet, New York. Deo (.130$. dtf PLUMER PATENT BOOTS. rilliK above Boots *ntl ShoA« are comfortable from I. the tirat wearing amt requi e no “Itreakiug in," anil herefore u.ueh more durable. PIUMER PATENT BOOTS. Mem's Pegged Calf p turner Hoots, to W Mm’s Pegged C*vf Pinner Boots, 6 00 Mm's Pegged Calf Piaster H ots, rt fcO Men's Pegged i’af Pinner Bouts, 7.00 •Men's Stteed ( a'f Clumer Hoots, 97.3C Men's Sea-td Cuff P unier Hoots, 3 00 Men's Pegged Caf Ha-morals. 93 50 Men's Pegged Calf Hultnorale, 4.bO Ju*t rec«lv<»d, all »he varieties of the finest quality, l*ht aud heav\ Met’* C’ali Bo ts. M»ur Bo t« are made of l ight d fierenr widtr * and are designed for a geuHel class of ic-ct not hitherto littrd by Heady Manufactured Bool* The' are made of the b« *t s'ook, by the most careful and skillful work men.and every pair ;* w-a ranted bo h iu rtfereuce to stock aud wrorkinanediip. From Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. _ Brook vn Ma> 9,1W4. fir. J. C. Plumer.—Dear Sir,—Had ray Boots been ln/m on me tli y could not »>av*. fitted nie better — 1 bev were more comf -rtoble the very first day than my boo's general!* are afte" month* of u-ace i cannot oral c tliem too highly 1 tiey hare cot onesericns Unit, ti»ey will tn.keall otuer boots seem uncomfortable. eLy the way, you carr'ei ofTmr la ts They were the rig t one*, and 1 to -k them out with ray own hands, and kuow they fitted. Please send them to me again by expr-a*. I am, vers truly, \ our obliged servant, U. \V. BELCHER. LADIFV BOOTS. Ladies’ Planter Patent Balmoral Hoots, 94.ho Ladies’ riumer Patent Congress Boots, 4.60 The above boots are made from the be«t stock, and expre-sly to my own order. Every pair is warrant ed. the same as it a moasuro was la-en. Ibis work is the same as sold by the tirat uiass t-tail dealers in Boston, and pronounced by themsnpenortothcbest New \ oik work. L.-wlies’ Balmoral Bools. Ladies' Serge Balmoral Boots, 91.75 Ladies’ Be^ge Balmoral Boots, 2.‘© L»d # s' gorge Balmoral Boots, 2.26 Ladies' >urfce Balmoral Boots, 2.60 Ladies’ Beige Balmotal Boots, 2-75 LADIES CONGUKS* BOOTS. Indies' >erge Congress Hoots, 91.r© Ladies' Serge C-^pgrc.-s Boots, 1 75 Ladies* Berge Congress Boots, 2.00 Ladies’ Serge Congress Boots, 2.25 Ladies' Serge Congress Boots. 2.60 liftilles1 l n ion RooK Ladies’ Union fiosts, 2.0" Ladies’ Union Boots, 2-26 Just received, all the varieties of the purest quali ty of Misses and Childrens' Boots ai-d .Vioe*, and lor sale at fair prices. L. MM EH. 92, Middles*. June 1st, 1S64. juuel4w WIKSLOWi’SSflACHINE WORKS MANUFACTl RKB’S BLOCK. UNION STREET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, MAXcrAOTUEia or Steam Engiue* Steam Boilers, Shafting PuMcys ■•earing, and all kinds ot Machinery Also Ljw and High Pressure w*eaiu Heating Ap paratus for laotorin, Public Buildings ana Dwelling Houses. In this De par ment tno es abiishmetit has been uncommon!vsuccessful. Steam Coeks, Valves Whistles, and -tiara. Water and Gas Pipe and connections furnished at wholesale or retail. Ri pairiii, promptly and Ixiihtu'ly Dose. In conn rtion with the .bore r.Lbli.hment ia in Iron Knuudry, with * large assortment of pattern, and a Planing Mill, where wood planing ol all kind, uia> be done. maySdtf IV $100. «. rilllE undersigned being licensed by the United *• State , are prepared to procure Pensions, Bounties, Arrears of l av and Prize Money lor Sol diers, Beamou or their heirs. Bills for Board and Transportation of Recruits or Drat ed Men col’eeted. All dt-ir.aoda against the Mate **r United^ 8tat»« at tended to. Having an ag«-ut both at Washington and Augusta, and ha ing had lar»e experience. we feel safe in asserting that any business entrusted to our care wIH be faithfully and promptly executed. We have also an agent in New York to attend to the pavtu ntor Prise money. Adv*e* tree. Approved Claims cashed. MANLEY A 8AW 1 KI. (Who* S2J Ex bange, gt., Fox Bloc* Portland Me. J. ll. HASLir. w. e. IAWT1I. Hon. ham’. Cony,Governor ot Maine. Hon. J L Iiodsdou, Adjutant e,on of Maine. Hon. Wnt Pit' Fttkomlcu, U. 8. Senator. Uon.Ldt M. Morrill, U. 8. 8cnatqr. June Mwtf * . _ MEDICAL. _ Lvon's Periodical Drops TIE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! au irrru Thai all rills, Powders A Quack Preparation*. Lyons Periodical Drops! — AMI— Sure to do Goodand cannot do Harm LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS Tlie Great Female Remedy | LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS' ARB BBTTKR TEAM ALL PILLS,P0WDRR8 { QUACK PREPARA TiOSt LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS!' ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon’s Periodical Drops the great female remedy.! Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARM BETTER THAN ALL PILLS, POWDER! AND QUACK MEDICINES. Lyon’s Periodical Drops fciurD to do Good and onnnot do Harm. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Oreat Female Remedy. LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS ARB BBTTKR TBAB ALL Pill*. Pnwdnra an/) Onaelr PaanamA.^.. Lyon’s periodical drops %m4?S RMB SCRK TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better then all Pills, Powders, And dnack Preparations. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Stirs to do Good snd cannot do Harm. Price, $1 per Bottle. For ul« by ail Druggist*. At wholMalcb, W. I rump*, h. u. u»r a co.. r«rtiaas. SSlR eodly CATARRH ! -ASD N0I8E8 IN THE HEAT) I ! Cl'RKD DT IXHAIJXO * jA Harmless Fluid, OF AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT 8YKINOINO or the Head. ■ THE »KX*K or TAATIi A X’D fcMKI.L ItESTOBKn UK. K. SOODALE'I CATARRH REMEDY. Dr Goodale has eombatted Catarrh until he has fought it down. It has teen a loog war, tut his tri umph is complete. Ihrou& h all coding time hi* Ca tarrh Rentedr will be known as the only one anti dote for a disease w&ich supertlca i t* have declar ed incurable. Cara rli doctors, so called, spring up like mnshr jont on all tides. Ihe object of these pocket practitioners is money. 1 hey use dangerous instruments. Tlx lr violent manipulations iiritnfe the already in flamed membrane. They never cure. Dr. Uc odale’s treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. lie does not believe la the force-pump system, which i« working so much mischief. His remedy payees through the absorbents, to the sent of the dis ease, and obliterates It. It does not relieve merely for n day, bnt for all time. Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—no more. /Jr. Dodge rtf Auburn X. T. After haviag witnessed the effects of this Remedy in Catarrh, thus speeks of it:-It is truly and un conditionally a Herculean spctUc tor the • hole dis ease. Such an article oegbt not to te - I id a bushel,” and anv msu who can iuveut so truly an efficient and positive n remedy for such n loathsome disease, ought to be coneioerea cue of the bene ac tors of his race, and his name aud the elects ol Lis skill perpetuated. Tours respectfu l . D. L DODGE. A. X. Flint Mure, the wtll-kno*cn Trace'Itr, And whose femily physician Dr Goods’# was for many years. »avs—”Jf Dr Gvodale sajs he can cure Cstsr-h. heeen cure ir,” Ac Price 11. Send n stamp for a pan ph’et. Dr R GOODALE*» Office ana Dep t ,76, Bloektr ••reet, one door west ot Broadway, New Yojk. II. H. Hay Agent for Portland. June 2d, 1K3. juneSdly FIREWORKS OF KVEUT DESCRIPTION CUTTER * AUSTIN. 32 and 3d Federal Street, and 107. Ill, and 113 Con gress St., Boston, Wholesa e Dea’ers in Firework*. Chineae Lanterns, Torches Ac. TUM XKW UXIOX L4XJMRS Red. White sod Bln*, for Political Procession* Exhibitions furnished to any amount. Send tor Price List Jnusddtojaly* TO CLEAR Til E HOUSF.OF FLIES, I’m n*rcktr'» CeUhrmttd LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER, A neat, cheap article, easy to Every eheet will kills quart. Bold everywhere jnnciJAaJw THE BOSTON (IHL BKIl'K And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works, 304 Federal street. Office aud Wartneune 18 Liberty Square aud 7 Hatterymarch St. mauafaetare Hie Brick, all shapes aud siree. for furnaces required to stena the most iatenso best alto Furnace Blocks and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks. Bakers’ Oven and uteen-houseTilee. Ciay K torts and uece ttary Tiles to set them. Fire Cement, Fireclay and kaolin The undersigned will give their special attention that ali orders for the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMES E BONO A((). Sxllix, Aokktx, la Liberty Square, Bostoa. mohtl eodhm TO SHIP BUILDERS. J*. s. A J. B Hl'OKINS, ptCMMlSSION MKRi’ll AN rs. and wholesale anj V retail dealers ia smr Tmaxa i.ulusi Hava for sale at their Wharf, t r.VTUsL Sqt'AKB. K , ST BoSTrix, 860,000 leriut usd Oak TrtmaUt, 8.000 SseluMisst A»ee<. planed. Also Wbitu Oax I'laxk and rnt*as.CHksrxtrr Itosies and 1’lahk White Piss, Os<’X-Plaxx. Ac. l'aiticular at. tentlon paid to Fainishing Oak Plank by tbeCargo. mch34 d3m J. W. NU(|>, Pnrchnecr tor Eatlrra Accuoat ov LOl R, JR A IN, SEEDS. PROVISIONS. LARD, BUTTER and WESTERN PRODUCE generally. Particular attention given to shipping by qxlekeet and obeapest roates. No. 168 SOUTH WATER 8T. , r. O. Box 471. Chicane, Illinois. KXFXXXwexe—Reeun. Maynard R Sona: HAW.' Cbiokerlag; C. H. Cumnunga A Co. s 8. <i. Bowdlear A Co.; Charles A. Stone: llallett, Davla A Co„ of Boston. Mata. Cashier Elliot Bauk. Boston. J.N. Bacon. Esq . President Newton Bank, .lewton C B. Coffin; Warren Ellis A Hons. New Tuk Cltv, ’ let ‘M dly. To BtliMrra, li'JJR ’*** on the lot ooruer of J. Mountfort and Saunter streets. fppl,,,J0.... JOHN w- CHASE. Jane U, 1*64. Jaotlhdla’ I fg'-' -. li i. J-J-1-tS'lL- .JLJ-I MEDICAL. DH. J. B . H (JO H Ed oan ti ruoan at bus phivate medical booms, No. ft Temple Street, WHV.RE he can be consulted privately, and with the utmost couttdtuce by the sUUcted. at all bourt dally, from H Vr. m. .ml:}1' »«dr*M*s these Who are ruffe ring under th* affliction of private duo-are, whether arising trom impart connection or the ternblo vies 01 selt-sbns*. Divo'iug bit entire time to that particular branch of the mediCa.' protection, he leel. warrants- in Clan aUTnaine A Coma is ACL, whether ofloa standing or recently contracted, entirely removin the dregs of dieease from the system, and makine perfect and PEUjIAXKX I CL US. * He would call the attention of the afflicted to fact ot Li. long standing and well earned reputation furnishing sutiicient assurance of his skill and sac «e*t. CAUTIOHTO THE PUBLIC. Ersry intelligent and thinking person must know that remedies Landt-d out from gciieral dm abou44 have their eflicacy established by well tested expo* riencs in the naud. of a regularly educated pLysi* ciau, whose preparatory Itud) hta him lor all th* o a tree he must tulhll; yet the Country is folded with poor nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be the best in the world, which are not only useless, but al* ways lujurioas I he unfortunate should be r a mtic ttLaa in selecting his physician, as it is a lamentabl* yet incontrovertable tact that many syphilitic is tlenla arc made miserable with ruined constitutions by mal.realnuut from ineap. rirnced physicians In g e neraIp r set ice; lor it is a point gen, rally conceded by the beet typhiiograpbe rs, that the study and man* a^ament of these oouipiaiuta should engross th* wholt tune of those who woald be competent and sucoeetlui in their treatment and cure. The n.ea* penenced general practitioner, having neither on* portueitv u r time to mskn Limteli acquainted with their pathology, commonly Lusruo- one system of treatment, la moetcaees making an Indiscriminate ase of that aaliquated and dangerous weapon? 4*?. carp. SAVE CUKHDE5CE. All who have committed su excess or any kind . whether it be the solitary vice of youth. or the stian lag rebuke of misplaced eonddeaoe ia astuw ysan, 8RRK FOR AX AXTJDOTR IX SB ARON. n>r Palos and Ache*, and Lastitnd* aad Nervous Prostration that may follow Impure t uition,ar* the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that I* tar* to (hi* low, do not wait for Ln.lghtly fleers, tor Disabled Limbs, tor Loss of Beaaty and Complexion. BOWMAN! THOUSANDS CAN TBS TIFT TO THIS B T UKHAPP T RJPRRIRXCM. Toung Hen troubled with emii.iort in siren, a complaint generally the result of s bad habit la youth, treated scientlfcally, and a perfect care war ranted or no charge made. flardly a day passes but we are consulted by oa* or moreyoaog men with the above disease, some of whom tro at weak and emaciated as though they bad the consumption, and by their friends supposed to have it. All such c ue* yield to the proper aad only correct coarse of treatment, and in a short tea a ra wisila fn ealoUa la ns.fs.t ka.Uk MIDDLE AGED There are many men attneak. . ,.4; i„ y, wears' troubled with too frequent evacnauons tram tha bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation. and weakening tha >yatem in a manner tha patient cannot account tor. Oa exam ining nrinnry dep. site n ropy sediment will often bo found, ami sometimes email of semen or •lbnmen will appear, or the color will bo of a thia tnilkiah hoe, again cnmaginr to a dark and tar bid appearance. There ire many men who die of thin difficulty.ignorant of yie cause, whicb ie the SECOND STAGE OP SEMINAL WEAKNESS. I caa warrant a perfect turn in such eneee, and a full and healthy restoration of the urinary organa. Parsons who canBOt personally consult tha Dr., can do so by writing in a plain manner n description of their discaee, and the appropriate rented lee wiU be forwarded immediately. Ail correspondence strictly confidential and Hi be returned if desired. Address. DR. J. B. HUGHES, tor 0&r of Mldd1’1 Portl“* Eelectic Medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DM. HUGHES particularly Invitee nil Ladles whs sand a madicai adviser, to call at hie rooms. Ho. b Temple Street, which they will lad arranged for their especial accommodation Dr. Hs Eclectic Renovating Mediclneeareaartral. led In efficacy and superior virtue in regulating nil female Irregularities Their action is specif, cad certain of producing relief in u short time. seADIEB will badIt In valuable In all caeca of oh ■troctioaa after all other remedies hare bean tried hi rain. It is portly vegetable, containing nothing la the least injnrione to the health, and may he taken with perfect safety at ail times Seat to any part of the country with fill directions hr addressing DR HUGHES, Me. I Temple Street, corner of Middle, Portland. M. B.—LADIES desiring may oonsnlt one of the# awaaox. A lady of exnerienoo in aonatxat attaad an vs **nl dasetp MORE TENTIMOiVlALE! * MRS. MANCHESTER la constantly receiving uneoMeited testimonials of the attonitking cures performed by her. Among many recently received ore the following, which art commended to the jwtioe of the afflicted. Mrs. Maa •heater may he nonsuited at No. 11 Clapp’s Block, Room Na.S. A CASE or SPINAL DISEASE CURED This Is to certify that 1 went to see Mrs. Mnachca ter last March with c daughter of mice troubled with •plant discaee, lor winch she had bees doctored fas dva years, and by n number ct physicians of kinds; and she has had twenty-oao applications electricity applied, bat all to no effect; bat she con uuuxlly grew worec. I came to the conclusion, the lost resort, to go and see Mrs. Mencbester, and did SO; and to my great sui prise she told me the a ret suae ol the disease, and how she had been from Ume to time, which enoouraged me to try her medicines. I did so. and now my daughter is able to be aroand the house all ol the time. She also rides tan or ft teen miles without nay iron ale or inaonrenirBse,iad I think la a short time she will bo restored to peefbel health, dines my daughter bee been doctoring, 1 base heard of a greet many cum that Mrs. Manehss ter has cured 1 think if any per'oa deserves pat ronage, It is the one whotnu to preserve the health of thesioh end suffering, and I know that she neOl •■ try effort which lies in km power to benefit hot palteota. Sstii L. Eaton**, Gxouoa hnioHTO, A any E. K aianra. Kwaa k • oaio. Bnautoiek, Mai—, isywi «». ONE or THE GEE A TEST CURES oss RECORD Mas. Riscisrru—Dear M. tam —thinking c statement of my ease may be of so/vtoe to other* similarly afflicted, I hasten to give it to you. Thia is briefly my ease—1 was taken tick about U months ago with tha Liver Complaint in a very bad form. 1 applied to fear diflerunt phydoiaas. bat re* o ived no benefit nutii 1 called on yo*. At that time I (tad given up business, and was in a vary bad state, bnt after taking your medicine hr a abort time I bo gus to reoorer, and in- two months 1 was entirely well, and had gained several pounds of flesh, end •an truly say that by you skill I am a porfhotly heal* hr maa. Joaar* Davit, Bottom f Main* Depot, Portlemd, Mo. A REMARKABLE CURE ORA CASE OR DEO ST CURED BY MRS. MANCHESTER. This Is to Certify that 1 have been oared of the Dropsy of Iftoen years standing hy Mrs. If one Ass tar. 1 bars been to pbysioians In Boston, New York end Philadelphia. They all told me that they eo*ll ———• ****'/ ■*. ■ *»«* mm■ •and me that by tapping I eunld lire hat a *hort tint*. I had made up my mind to go homo and live ai long oj I ooald with the dueaoe. and then die. Os my way home 1 itayed over uight In Portland with a triend of mine, and told them what my mind woo n regard to my dieeaee They Inally per*ended me to go end tee Are. Uanoheeter. She examined me aid ’old me my eon exactly. 1 woe to much aetonirhed to think that ehe told me eoerectly, that I told her that I would take her medi etnee, not having the Icart faith that they woatd me any good, er that I ebould get thffelighteet reiiel from eny dooms whatever; Inally I took the med|. tine and went home. In one woe* from the limn 1 oommeoced taking the medicine, 1 had over three gallon* of water pus* me in (even hour*; and my At* low •ufferir* may bo aaenred that it wa* a great relief to me. 1 had not been able to lie down In bed at night before this for two yearn. Now i caa lie doe with perfect eaee. 1 hare taken bar medioiar eight month*, and am a* well ax nay men ooald t to he. and so elgu* of Jropey. I would advh> that are *iok to go aud cooxalt Urt. MtmcK... even If they have been given up by other \ xt.dane 1 have lent her a number of oneee of o,_ dhetxee. and *be bae sored them nleo. Go and for yoareelvee. I had no Alth, hnt now my AHu eanaot be ehaked In her tkiil lu telling and curing dlaenne. Cnnni.Be 8 H*na<a, Sanaa E. liana on, Manx A. Annum Bangor. Mataa, April U. • Onntoa Boona—Pmmt A >*.Gil»r. « %««IT iBAoera rdly JAMES EDMOND St CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . HOltTO.M Are prepar'd to order at ravorable ratee, COLT* HESS and ULKNGAKNgCK PIG I II O N , Alto. BAB. SHSST.t BOIL BR PLATB I BOX, of English and Scotch Manufacture. W#*hal]*4M»*toua I*' « in addition to onr American Brick, a rvgu'ar supply of ENG'I'U. SCOTCH, A MTELv H FIRE BBICK mol 11 ccMa

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