Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 27, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 27, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. VOLUME III. • PORTLAND, MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 27, 1864. WHOLE NO 016 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T.OII.MAN. Kiltor. * kabllihed at No. 83| KTCHANC E SI BEET, b> N. A. FOSTER A CO. Tun Pobtlapd Daily l’asSHis published at V 8.00 t«r your; if paid strictly in advanct, a discount of fl.do will be made. Single copies throe oents, Tnn Maine Stats Panes is pablisliod every Thurs day morning,at •3.0# per annum, in advance; SC.'iC If paid within sin months; and •3.1>i, if payment be delayed beyond the year. Katns of Advertising: One inch of space in length of ook mn, constitutes • ‘‘aqHABE.” •1.60 per square dally first week; 75 oents per week alter; three insortious or lose, *1.00; continuing eve ry other day after Href week, 50 cents. Half aquare. t,.ree insertions or It .s 76 oents; one week, *1.00; 60 oenta pot week after. Under head of Amuaumbh-ih, *2 OJ per square per week; three insertions or less, *1,60. SrnotAL Nortons. *1.76 per square flrst week, •1,00 per square after; three insertions or leas, *1T6; half a square, three Insertions, *1.00; one week, •1.36. Advertisements inserted In the EIaieb Statx Panes (which has a largo circulation In every part of the State) for 59 oents per square in addition to the above rates, for ,-uchinsertion. I.a«a l Notiobr at usual rates. Transientadv.rtlsementsmart be paid forln ad vance Busmans Notioss, In reading columns, 13 cents per line for one insertion. Kb charge lest than flft y osnts for each insertion. g^^Aileommutloatlons Intended for the paper Should be directed to the "Mditor cjlht rrtu,’' and those of a business oharaoter to the Publishers. BF*Jo» Pniamwo oi ovary description exeonted with dispatch. F. Tracy, Traveling Agent. Monday Morning, June 27, 1864. Mias Major Pauline Cushman, the Federal Beout a^d Spy. Among the women of America who have made themselves Ikmous since the opening of the rebellion, few have sullered more, or ren dered more service to ilie Iederal cause than • Miss Major i’auliue Cushman, tbe female scout and spy. At the commencement of hostilities ehe resided In Cleveland, Ohio, and was quite well known as n clever actress. From Cleveland she went to Louisville, where she had an engagement lu Wood's Theatre Here by her intimacy with certain rebel officers, she. Incurred tne suspicion of being n rebel, aud sa< arrested by tbe Iederal authorities. She indignantly denied that she was a rebel, although turn at the South, mu iiavtug n uiuuici iu a icun regiment. Jn order to teat her love for the old flag, she was asked if aim would enl -r the s< cm service of the government. She readily con sented, and waa at oute employed t i carry letter* between Louisville and Nashville. Sbe waa subsequently emj loyed by General Rosccrsns, and was lor many months with the Army of the Cumberland. She visited the rebel lines tune alter lime, and was thor oughly acquxintid with si the country and roads in Tennessee, Northern Georgia, Ala bama and Mississippi, in which capacity she rendered invaluable service. She was twice suspected o. being a spy, and taken prisoner, but managed to escape. At last, however, she was not so fortunate. Alter our forces had captured Nashville, Major Cushman made a scout towards Shel by ville to obtain information of the strength and positiou of the enemy, and while return lug to Nashville, was captured on the Ilardid pike, eleven miles fiom the latter city. She was placed oil a hor»e, and, In charge of two scouts, was being taken to Spring Hill, tbe heuiquaiters of Forrest. Wliil * on the way to this place, sbe feigned sickness and said she could not travel any further without falliug from t.er horse. Her j captors stopped at a house on the roadside, when it was ascertained that a federal scout ing party had passed tLe place an hour be fore. Knowing that her guards had impor tant papers for Gen. Bragg, the quick-witted * apy seized the fact and schemed to use it to her advantal'e. Seeing an old negro, who appeared to com miserate her unfortunate plight, she watched her opportunity and placed $10 in Tennessee money in his hsnd, saying: ‘ run up the road, ‘Uncle,’ and come back in a few minutes, telliug us that lour huudred fedcrais are coming down the street.'* The faithful negro i obeyed the order iterally, and soon came back in the greatest excitement telling the story. The two “robs ’told him he lied. The old \ colored man get down on his knees, saying: i “Massa, dey’s comin, sure nuff; de Lord help us, dey is cumin.” The sc u s at this be lieved the ■ ory, mounted their hones, and “skedaddl> d” lor the woods. Miss Cushman, seizing a pistol belonging to a wounded sol dier in the bouse, also mounted her horse and fled towards Franklin. She travelled through the rain, and, after nightfall, lost her way. Boon came the challenge of a picket. : “Who comes there?” Thinking she had reached the rebel line sbe said: “A friend of “Jeff Darts." “All right,” wss the reply, “advance and give the countersign.” Sbe present* d the counter* lgu in the shape of a canteen of wliiskv. She passed flve pickets in this wsy, but the siath snd last was obdurate, She pleaded that sbe was going to see a sick uncle at Frankliu, but the sentry couldn’t see it. Sick snd disheartened she turned back. Setting a light at a farm house she sought shelter. An old man received her kindly, showed her a rot in, and said he would awake her at an early hour la tbe morniug. and abow her tbe road to Franklin. A loud knock awoke her jn the morning from her lethean slumbers,and upon arousing, sbe found her horse saddled sad the two guards from whom she bad escaped tbe. pre vious afternoou. She was taken to the head quarters of Forrest, and he sent her alter a • critical examination, to Gen, Bragg- Noth ing could be found agsiast her, until a sect sh woman stole her gaiter*, under the iuner sole of which were found important documents which clearly proved her to be a spy. Sbe was tried and coodeuried to be executed as a apy. but being sick, her execution was post poned. Sbe Anally, afrr lying in prison three months, leut for Gen. Bragg, and asked him if he had no mercy. Sbe received from him. the comforting assurance that he should make an example of tier and that he should hang her as soon as the got well enough to be hung decently. While iu this state of suspense the grand army of Kaaecrant commenced its forward movement, and one floe day the rebel town where she was imprisoned, was surprised aud captured, and the heroine of this tale was to her great Joy released.—| Detroit Tribune. Work for Patriotic Civilian*. Whilst Grant and Sherman ate in the field, leading and handling armies, there are grave cooperating duties to be performed at home. Some of tin »e belong to the Federal Kxecutive and Legislature; others are incumbent on the people. As surely as the rebellion, is put down, bo surely is slavery, the cause of it, to le abolished. That already is a set lyd question. There cau be, hereafter, no United S ales with slavery within them, ever engendering strife. As a political anomaly it must be vnuiliilaied. How this is to be done, with the least dis turbance or shock, is an inquiry pressing for serious attention, it is obviously most desir able that the necessary consummation should be brought about as early and as easily as pos sible. Consequently, the more that can be ac complished by the slaveholding States them selves, and the less there is lelt the General Government, the better. In tiie border States, and the States that have been already recov ered from secession control, there are move ments oo foot to make them free States, by the decision of their own citizens. The parties in these movements are labor ing to effect the needed change iu public sen timent, and should be encouraged by all the help and sympathy they require. A hard bat tle for freedom is to be fought at the polls, in Kentucky, if that old Commonwealth is to have the honor of redeemiug herself by voluntary, enlightened and patriotic action from any fur ther tolerauce of slavery. The contest has already begun, eventually to have but one conclusion. Tim sooner that conclusion is reached, the more desirable for the State itself and the nation. At Louisville the real, though not the nominal capital, a new daily paper has been established, lor the ex press purpose of sustaining the Federal Gov ernment without conditions, it discards the inadmissible terms of the “Border-State poli <fy.” Jt repudiate all the impracticable notions of neutrality and mediation. It accepts the actual condi'ion of affairs, that from the na ture of the case there can he but two sides, and that to sustain the right side, to save the Uniou and save Kentucky, slavery must be a bollshed. It argues cogently that this aboli tion is not only a necessity, hut the wisest course from every point of view. The paper already has a fair start and tho approbation and contributions of eminent and i hlle men. But it i« •important to put it on a frm foundation and give to it more power. T*» this end it need* some help from abroad. To render this help, i9 to work for the peace ful solution of a problem that is now up for solution. To all who would aid the true De mocracy of Kentucky the Union Louisville National Press is to be commended a* deserv ing their immediate patronage. Its very name denotes its thoroughly loyal and comprehen sive character—Bouton Transcript. NOTICE. HAVING sold our interest in the l)r_v <iood* bu tiuossio Portland to Metsr* B. t' Hamilton A Co., we wish to acknowledge the liberal and c n stautly increasing patronage mo have received for the pant eight year* and to recommend all our cus tomer* and the public to the new concern. Mr C. 'V Itobinson will rtmain at the store lor the present to suit) • the accounts of the concern. All persons having unsettled account* mi 1 confer a fa vor by adjusting them at mce. Mr Uobinson wdl also continue to act a* agent for the Weed Sewing Machine M anufactu-iug Com P»«y- , C. W. KOlilNhON A CO junel.eodtf B. F. HAMILTON &CO. Successors to C. IV. Robinson & Co. WOULD very respectfully iuvite all former pa trons to the house, and th* public generally to a tree examination of our golds at ail times. With long experience and clo-e attention to the wants of customers, and adhering strictly to the CASH SYSTEM, Believing it to be better for the buyer as well as the seller, wo hope to merit a largo sharge of patronage Several lots of goods to close cheap to make room for N K W (i oe l)S. Mr. W, N. 1-riDor, together with the emuloree* in the store are to be retained and will be happy to ace all their customers a* formerly, B. K. HAMILTON A CO . Corner Congress and Preble street*. Junel.eodtf INTERNATIONAL BANK! Special Keeling. The Stockholder* of the Intornitional Bnnk ire hereby notided tint • Spoctol Meeting ol uid stock bo d r* will he held nt the Bnnk on Wetlnsdiy, Iht ui n. XI, *1 three o'clock r. si., to courtlier the expediency of surrendering the charter of raid Bank: and aleo to consider the expedience of converting the Bauk into a National Bank under the charter or certificate granted to the Si ret Na tional Bank of Portland, and to adopt any proper measures in relation thereto. By Order of the Directors. W. K. GOULD, Cashier, l'ortland. June 22, IKd#_dtd • CJeorge W. Tlaimon, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, T4 Middle Street, Portland, Me. A share of patronage reapctfnlly solicited and Mrfcraclion given. Ur iers from the country promptly attended to. Ad doers George W. Manson, 74 Middle street, Room Vo 10, np stairs, Portland, Me. Jun<> 14—d3m LANE Sc LITTLE, Who'eaalc Dealers In Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AND "W oolons, No. 142 Middle street, A Lhtii. I PORTLAND. ME. ____ JuneTdtf D u o C h a n c e ! MALE <t FEMALE AGENTS WANTED IhJ travel in all part* of the Ma> in a pleasant aim! money -making business. «*n raiaryorom nl‘F °u Our agent- are making from $4 to M per lav. e will send simp n with in«truc ion*, on ht’ receipt of 25cent*. I*;ea*e oall or address 8. H. CUTTING Jc CO , _ . 229 Congresi street, Portland. .June 14—dim Cream of XsIIIob, FOR THE HAIR. rms elegant preparation forth* Hair is entirety fft", from aicohol, spirits erany injurious suo stance Wthaterer. It possesses a>7 the detirailt lua'itie* of iho beet, and non* of the < hjection* of be inferior i-ompoun •«. The high reputation wh eh bi* pr» paratiou ba* gamed in private cur lea, in this il'y ha* induced! the proprietor to place It before he l'ub ic. The i'RF.aM OF LILIES impart* a luxurious /rilLaucy to the Hai*. remove* alt unnafhral dry '^sand haruhnoM from tne Hair—is impervious to i-inpuo* and perspiration It is the cieam-at and >e*t dressing for the hair ever til coveted. Beery Lady should tty a bottle. Prepared and sold by THO’8. «. LOSING. Druggist, cor. Exchange and K.*df ral Is Portland. Jane 1.18CJ. Juneldtf i UnuMsu Hlos-k. niMIrSI., >o. 101. Scholar* bin* good In any part of the United State* m Hliit ipii ha* had |l year* experience, I* always in the spot, and attend* to hi* Lanin**?, and proa. •e*. a* during the past U year*. no pom* vhail he pared la the future Hr* hundred refertn©** of i hm dr*i cias* buMu. M m« n, w ith many other* of th!r l dty, will tratify to the practical utility, capacu ua me* and coinpleton#** of mv sysCtr- and maui.tr. >! teaching, and citiaen* of other t itle* h*\c teetibed vu the same. Diploma* will be .awarded tor thor ough cowne*. Able AMietant* secured. Bartlett'* IHaa, the foandtr of Cocuiuercial College*, strict>y. idheredtoa* regard* not copying. Certain timif ■ilk be devoted to Commercial Uv elucidations — L'o me all who have failed to be taught a ba*int»* laud-writing and I will guarantee to you nucc4Mi*. kj pi-cation*solicit* »i for Accountant*. b<iaratem it ruction given. Student* can enter any time. 8ep tratv room* for Ladle*. Tuition reasonable. Intri »«• account* adjusted. Ladies and Gentlemen that lovlre to take le««uus, or a foil, or a separate court*, u cither Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law, Phonography, Higher Mathematic*, 4'ivil Lu riD-ering, Surveying, Native Business Writing, lommercial Arithmetic. Correepondenoe, Card Marking, (and teaching from printed copies and rest Book* will be avoided please call, or aridruco toe Principal. K. N.BROWN. Portland. Oct .2.1818 oc2» nod KVewly Ntage S otiee! For North Codhu), N.Ii.Tri-Weekly Line. I ) ASSKKGEK3 leave Portland at 7 45 A. m. over 1 i the I t K U Monday*,Weone-da\* a* d Vri. b t m uaisn. i.mnug.on. Li rnish.Hi •m. Brownlield and Fryeburg, airivii g at >or h ouwav atfi] o'clock 1*. M. returning by the same ■oato Tuesdav*. Tbar^dai* and .v&tu'days. aniv ug at i'ortlaud in season to take the Boston steam irs. The excellent accommodations and remarkable ceuer/ are not surpai6ed by any other route. JOHN W. WEEKS, « Proprietor and Driver. 1 June 21—dim IF YOU HAVEN’T A REFRIGERATOR ! OR, If you have an old one that don't exactly .uit you. dun t fail to examine the very be.t [ al Arn now in u.r, the 1 POI.AK ItEFRICElI ATOK. For ealc at the Furniture Rootne or WALTER CO REV, 53 aud 54 Exchange street. June 6,1864.—d‘Jm in t'opartnersliip Kolire. NOTICE is herewith gi\en that the firm of M. Bradt & Co. has this day been dissolved by Mr. Whitely, the one partner of said Arm, withdrawing d* fhare of investment and personal itr^ices. All iebts due said tirm are to be paid to Mr Bradt only, ind aji * lairas against said firm contracted before Lhis da e, to be paid by said M. Bradt, and from inis date the tu inees will be under tlie entire cod* rol aud style of M. BUADT. Juue 18—dSw City or Poktla>d, 23d. 1804. SEALED Proposals will be received bv the Com mittee o»i New .Streets, Ac., at the Offine of the i ity Civil Kngincr. for grading tha*porii n of High Street between Ueering aud Cumberland Street — Any rtrjuireu information may be obtaitnd at the Engineer’s Office. Proposals will be received until 8a’ur <ay, July 2d, at 2 o’clock, P. M. Per Order Committee. , J. K. DONNELL, Chairman. June 23—did Copnrtnrr&liip. fpHE under,lKoed hive formed a copartnership under tfce nurue ol Freeman Urotberr. and a rS.!?t*#i7 I*1* "lure formerly oocuplod by Twitchell K inanplm No. 85 Commercial s'riet, wbe-e th-y propose to carry ou the Flour. Tea and Tobacco business. JAMES FREEMAN, SAMUEL FREEMAN. Portland, June dttw MISCELLANEOUS. unio ST Mutual Life Insurance Co. INCORPORATED by the STATE OF MAINE Charter Perpetual. Organized, 1849. • DIRECTOR’S OFFICE, ON Stale Street.Boston, Mass. President— HKXR r CROCKER. Vice-President—DANIEL SHARP Secretary— W. H. HOLLISTER. H. G. WILSON, (Jencral Manager of Agencies in the -Yea England states. Assets, 311/ December, 18d3, $8.12,088.4! Lossfs Paid to date, $730,030.00 Dividend Paid in ('ash to date, $340,030.00 FI! BIS Coinpauy offers peculiar advantages toper -1. sons intending to insure tntlr Uvea, iu its sa.eiy and stability, a.quircd in its fourteen ) wars' expert eoce; iu i s asse s, which, (without its capital of £1<J ,0*10. f amounts to over three-quarters ol a mill km oi dollars, being more than two hundred thou-aud dollars in excess of iu liabilities ior the reinsurance of all outstanding risks; in tue fac.litiei presented iu its accommodating system of payments of premi urn-; in the large number,diver.oh d conditions and occupations, vari u« ages and looaiiiies of lives in sured, giving the largest requisite scope for the ope ration of the Jaws of average mortality, and the am plest guaranty to the insured for the benefits there of; in he division of profit-, the annual at portion in nt of which having tor the past fourteen jears averaged Port y per (Vnf.ol the piemiums paid. Policies are issued ujmall the p!a s u.-ual with Liie Insurance Comp nres. and at a* low rates as is consistent with a view to equity aud solvency. Parties dr-siring Agencies in .owns where the com pany have none, and tho-e wishing Traveling Agen cies within the *ew England Ma es, will apply to <». II. WILSON, fit State Street, Boston, giving such reference, or information as to ag , present -mw F-e. uuaii.t'sstn9 hi icuauic mm io lortn Judg ment in regard thereto junelldoro \Ls7l040LOAxT FIRST X ATI OWL BANK -OF - PORTLAND, DESIGNATED REPOSITORY ' -OF THE UNITED STATES. ThJi Bank is prepared to receive} subfcriptio&s lor the new “TEX FORTY LOAN,” whioh is dated March 1,1-04, bearing interest at five per cent, a year, payable in coin. redeemable at the pleasure of the Government after ten years, and payable in forty years from date. Interest on Bonds not over one hundred dollars payuMe annually, and on all other Bonds semi ann. lly. Bonds ean be had in cizes of «0. 9100. 9600, 9J000. WM, EDW. GOULD, moh31 dtf Cashier. FEUCHTWAHGER 4 ZUNDER, NO, 81 HIIDDLE STREET. (VOX BLOCK), Are Again in the Field — w it ri Divisions, Brigades & Begiments! -OF NEW AND FASH ION All LE DRY GOODS! FOR THE SPRINJG. Ladloa of Portland and vicinity a.f reapecttuMy invited to Mil and a— the many beautiful «t. In of Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods Jl’MT RCl'EIVKD! AUo, the great variety lloiiar Fui'iiiMhiuK Goods ! Such M Brown and Bleached Cotton Sheeting, and Blurting.. Table Linen., Drilling., 1 icktug. Denlma. Stripe., Ac. AI.O )aal receiving, the latent ttrlea ol haaSao—r spring Balmoral SltlrtB And the —oat faahionable .fCWVS SHAWLS. A couplet- .tack of CLOTIIS AMI I ISSIHI RKJ, VOK BOVS' AND MKK'S WKAK ' CL0AKIHQ8! CLOAKINGS!! An elegan- a.aortmetit We are Jaet ready to maaa factare to ateuare. at the ehurtet notice, any ol the aew aoddaeirmhUSprug Cloak. Warren tod to .alt FEI'CHTWANGER A ZANDER. (VOX BLOCK ), NO. tsl MIDDLE STREET. PORI LAN D, XAIBB. r,8,—Ladit. need not a.k for good, from the wrecked >team*bipBohemian, «• we hnvr none hut aoaud and fr—b good., which we warrant a* .uch, aprl If New Cloaks and Mantillas! LEAEII A ICORIXSOX, 04 Middle St.. |IAVh now ou hand an Kluiast Stock of Cloaks, Cossacks, and Mantillas, Of their #wn manufacture. AUo, 4 ' I AW I'm. nr«AA,ml^ -, Jl P TTOXS aaA OHXJ UKtl TS. LADIES' GARMENTS Kade to Ordir. Silks, Shawls and Dress Goods, Cheaper than the Cheap* t. LEACH A ROBINSON, 84 Middle street. June 1—dim I.KTEKVATIO A L~ Fira Insurance Company I Qf Kew Tori:, Office 113 Broadway, CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARREN, President. HAMILTON BKUCE, Vice President. CLOUGH W. SAVAGE, Secretary. 'Portland Board of Peferencei. Job* It. Brown A Son, Hkrhly Flktchkr A Co. 11. J. Libby A Co. John Lynch A Co. The undesigned having been appointed Aoxxr and Attorney for this Compa- y, ih now prepared to issue Policies on Incurable Property at current rater. ty*Portland Office, 10*5 Fore Street. JOHN W\ MINCER, Agent. June 8,1884 —atf T5. w.~6lark. DEALER IN Silver Sired Ice House, a ml Office No. 39 Exchange street. ALL Orders promptly attended to and customer* supplied with the best quality ot ICE. Price of Ice for the Seison, 1804. 10 Ibca day, trom June l*t, to Oct 1st $dnO ;; ;; ;; •* ’ «.uo 21 .. , . loot lorty cents per 100 lbs. To those who take loe lor the M-asou, it will be de livered earlier than l*t June and later thau lnt Oc tober, at the same rate per month a* during the sea son. When not wantod for the hill season, it will he delivered at the rate of 82 00 per mouth lor lo lb* per day. Notice of ohtngc of residence, if given at theol flee ins ead of the driver, will always prevent di« appointmeut. Any customer leaving town for two weeks or more at one time, by giviuffcntice at the office, will be en titled to a proper deduction. Cbmplaluts against the drivers, for neglect or care 1 ->**n> 8* or any other cause, must be made at the ol* flee, and will be attended to promptly. Portland, May 18,1804 may 13d7w B0 S1NESS CARDS. papf.r box MA air Factory. J. I3". Libby, MAM'FA* rUKitit OF Paper 33 o x: o a; Of every description, tuoh as Shoe Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Druggist Boxes, Collar tioxe*. btae I Box a, ('mciioiogicalltoxes. Powder Boxes, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, &c. 144 Middle SI., (Up Stairs) Portland, Me. JuneldSm Dana & Co. Fisli and Salt, Luther D..., , Portland, Woodbary Dana. { __ . John A. S. Dana \ Tiki I lit'. Janeldtf J. Smithi tfc Oo>., m»xrrACTrnKR8nr Leather Belting, Card Clothing. I/ioia Straps, Bril Leather Barks and Sides, I. BATH Bit TRIMMINGS, tie., Hanson’* Block, 144 Middle 8t„ Portland, Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory, Lewiston. 11 M Buew an. (jDld.'im) D. F. Novas JOII % T. ROVERN A C«T7 | Uommission Merchant*, AND WHOLES A LK DVAI.KRP IK Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. 61 Commercial Street, C*M.n.K°,g*"'. ! PORTLAND, ML, _ juiiMdCm -1 ~_1 . a_• 1 * ' CHIU J lUlUlli P. ID^'V'XS, W o ok s ell e v, Stati on c v, $ AVD MAIUPACTUEIU (>r Premium Page^Account Books. I'APEIt lIANOINflS. Wo. 63 Exchsnco Street, Portland, Me. junoldt! CHAS.J. SCHUMACHER, '7~ Fresco and Ilanncr Painter, N°, 114 Al j<!(U« Street, PORTLAND, MR. W Work executed iu every part of the State. juoeltf RUFUS DUNHAM, Manufactur-r auil Wholesale Dealer in B HIT ANN IA —AMD— Plated Ware, -Vo. 218 Fore tired, Portland Maine. Portland, May 17th, 1804. ma>17dtl M. 0. WEBB & CO.', i Wholesale Dealers in Flour, 1 SO. 81 CO.HMEKCIAL STREET, apl4 FOB!LAND, ME. dtf BURGESS, FOBES, & C0.,~ XAxrrAcrraKR«or | White Lend, Zinc, Pniiila, And Ground Color*, AXD DXALRKA IX Drugt, Mediciuee, Pa nts, Oil* A Varaithei. Paint and Cotar Ran,try, No. Zt Man joy St., ttmrr A Salr.rMan, 80 t •■uuieri ial VtM , (Tsomaa Block.) Ilnx H. Itriaio, ( Citmn 8. »..*»*. II. 1 _ _ rnavGum luii, itiitaca, FLOUR & GRAIN DEALERS, And Jteeclren of * M erit ra and Canadian Produce, 137 (kmmrrriai Stmt, - • - . . Granite Hied'. Cbtrit* bl*kt. i HffcrrA Jam. POM I AM), , K. W. i.mg*. ) 1 __ Jaoa’dtf JOHN LYNCH A CO, Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Oranlto Storwa. - • - Cuinmorc al at root, (Opposite head Widprf Wharf,) John I-VBrh. i Pp>ff Hark.-r. [ POBTLAKD. MK. lb— Lytcb 1 jaanldtf iMii.i a oooi»v. ORARRtl. ( COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And W hole*nit Dealer* ia FLOUR C JRN ABD PRODUCE. No. ft Galt Block. Commero'al St, Knikiw* 'awd/. I fobtland. me. JaceldGa BROWN A CaOCKER. ' * PLASTERERS, I’LAIN ANDOBNAMKATAL STI CCO AN1» MASTIC MORKKH& 0-L alreet, between Ccntcreea and Free Sta., PORTLAND. or < oJoring, Whitening, and White-washing ^ promptly attended to. Order# frvin out o: town #o 11 cited. juneldtf BYRON GREENQUGH & CO., Manufacturers of Anil \Viutle*ule anil lletail Dealer* In Furs, Hats, Caps, Gloves, &c., NO. 140 MIDDLE STREET, A.L.™*h'! l’OKTXAX D. _ Jnldtf JOII.V BUSSELL, ' Carriage Ar J5*lei«»-li MANUFACTURER, i 3! 1 «V 313 Congress Sr, Portland. Me. ly™ Where m%y !»e found a neutral a«*orfinent of , (ar.tages and Sleighs. jutieldlm * C. P. h III ll llil , MANurAmaKa or Carriages and Sleighs, 1 Prelilt* Btroel, (Near Preble House,) PORTLAND, ME. Sat> Rooms, 111) and 11*2 Sudbury St., Roston, Mass. juoeltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Flout*, Grain k Produce Cowmissiim Itrchiali, ami lillcri isrnts. Ojfice and Warehouse .Vo. 6 Galt Rlock, Commer cial Strett. , We ofler for sale to the trade, many choice and J well-known Brands of Flour, from St. Louis ! linois, Wisconsin, Ac., which wo are coustautl receiving. ? N , C. ft Co . are a‘*o Agents f r lMrtmau A Co.’#, I and otbe* brand* of manufactured fotiacoo. advances made on all consignment*. F Portland, Juue 1, 1864. jnldtf < DR. W. R. JOHNSON, DENTIST, Insert* Artificial Terdh on Cold Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, and warrant* them iu all case* to be a perfect tit. ] Ur. J. also give* special attention to Filling * Teeth. Office 22S*J C ingress street, two door* west from the Court Portland. June 1, IStH.—eod2m 63 Removal. 63 1 J. M. KNIQHT & SON, Commissi o a Merchants, j A®d dealer* in Country Produce, have moved to No. ? G3 Commercial street. ’ Portland, May 10th. 18C4. maylOdtf 1 o o BUSINESS CAKD8. BRADLEV, MOULTON 1 ROGERS, Wholesale Dialers im 4 Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Thomas Block, ROBERT BRALKY,\ o m moulton, \ PORTLAND, MB. A. G. ROOKU8. ) ma>3dtf W. W. CARR & CO.r Having taken the Fruit Ktore formerly occupied h; O. SAWYER, Vo. 8 Exchange Street, Art prepared to offer to the trade a large and wall selected stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit! — Wholesale and Retail OraafM. Sprue* Cum, L*irn,«l ( unary Seed, Candies, Limes, Leman Syrup, Hnney, Deanes, Cor on uIs. *'!*», Lliran, Nuts, nil kinds. Dntc-a, Olives, Knlslnv, Tetoneee, Sardines, Cigars, rnney Candles of all ddkr rlplloo OOttdtf IRA WINN, Agent, D'To. 11 Union St., !• prepared to ftirniah STEAM KHGINES and B0ILEBS, of vartons lire, and pattenu, Stan fijd: tad fiitoiw, Kill Geari^, Shaftiag. ri%t,ic. Light Hoosa Wobk of all descriptl ms, and all kind* of work required In building VratTIVXI A >r>llino IronStuir* and oilier Architectural Work. 11°E«M,.Store*, and other building*, flt^rd with liaa ttud Steam in the best manner. In oonnootlon with the above it an Iron Foundry, with a largo awortment of Pattern*, to whloh the ittontlon ol Maelnuj-te, Millwright*,and Ship-Boild sn Jr invited—and ail kind* ol Chasing* furniahed it abort notice. KT-Ordonfor Machine Jobbing, Fattens* and Gorging,, promptly executed. otfdtf S 1 IV Cl E R^g SEWING MACHINES I WOOD.VJANf, TRUE * CO.. AGENTS, ’••• *4 Ml *6.Middle Street. Needieaend Trimming* alway* on hand. meklBtr A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD. DENTIST, No. 1TB MiildfT {Street. iMtaM01*.Dr*. Baoon and Banauw, Portland, May S, ISM. gf Dr. J. H. 1IEALD Having diepoMd of hi* entire latereet la hi* Oflioe to Dr. S. C FF.RNALD. would cheerfully oooommend him to hi* former patient* and the pate le. Dr. Faux ald, from long experience, it nrepar d to Jnrert ArtiBcia! Teeth on the "Volcinlt* B*ee •• nd an other method* known to tha profewlon Portland. Mav il&. IBM „ JOHN F. SHERRY^ Bair Cutter and Wig Maker, Vo. IS MLarknt Square,Port' Hia, (up *tnir».) M*Separat« room for Lndlee' and Children’* Halt Catting. A good «tock of Witt, Half-Wig*. Band*. Braid, •ar.., Krixetu, Pad., Roil*. Crimplag Board., ko ia.. noairtaatlv o. hand 'eU'Mdly IVDDD AND COAL CHEAP FOR CASH ! PRIXO MO PITTA II, I.KHIgII, IIK/ILION , I'GAK LtiAf, OLD COMPANY I.FlilGU U> C8T .MOUNTAIN JOHNS. MAMoND. WEBM- ' ■ Rand BLAIR HCaTtl. Th.ee Coai. are of the i cry beat qeaUty. well acreeaed and picked, and rarrasited t» give utlalhctioa. Abo tor Mdt beet of HARD AND SOFT HOOD, delivered to any part oPahe elty. Ires, n ('o.x,.i i,L St . head or FraakHa When. ». ROIMlv St NON. ►Madly WAKREVk HIPUKTTD •'IKK AND WAT KK-PROOF FEIT COMPOSITION, Q-ravol Roofing ! FOB FLAT ROOFS. b*. If KRSKY, Agont, dtf Ho. If Union Stmt. ALBERT HERB * CO, I -IIAUU IV lorn, Flour and Grain, ; HEAD OF MERRILL’S WHARF, ('.■■•ralal llreet.ee Pertlaad. Me. __ IdM EDWARD H. BURGIN, WHOLMALK DIAL KB IV itttvn. "\lea\ and V\our, , Also. Ground Rock Salt. ' ' Comm ins ion Tlerohnnl FOB PCKCUAIEAID 8ALBOP I Barley, Rye and Oats. , loaded with Uornlu balk free of charge. 1 VairhouM* No. 120 Com inert'! a 1 Slieel, And City Millh, Liming Bridge. 1 junpleodtin j JOHN E. A.VDEKhO.t, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, 1 i OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK, nschlTdkwtf Tkmfle Strkjct. Snoteli Canvas, J -BOB HA LI BY AMES T. PATTEN & CO., ( Batik, tie. ) j i HOLTS .Superior Bleached ( -LfCfaou do All Long dssx w . 1 t-rnmeut contract,” ■ w, 800 do Extra AH Long fiax Arbroxtli. J 800 do Navy Fine j , 'Oliver** in Fortiatd or Bostoi. i Hulk A ex.il 1CA9 ..an *t* -- I M. FEiVRSON, Silver Plater, 1 AMD M A NUfACTURKtt OF SILVER WARE, 38 Congress St., Opp. Court House Port land, Me. ES**All kinds of WAKE, such as Knives, forks, poons, Cake Baskets, Castors, Ac., p.ated in the 1 et»t manner. Al«o. REPAIRING and RE-FINISHING Old liver Ware. Jrd29 d6m 2 REMdVAL. UK. I\i;UTO.\ [T AS removed his residence to No. 37 Middle [X Street, corner of Franklin street. Office as heretofore, No. 116 Exchange Street, in Ohio's Block, np stair*. Office hours from 9 to IP .. M., from 'J to 3, aud from 3 to 9 o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will oontinue, in connection with genera) raction. to give special attention to DISEASES Of R MALES. oo31dtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, E L U 31 B E R! MAKER OF i’orce Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 121 EXCII »NGi: STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Varui, Cold and Shower llaths, Wash Howls, lira** Sc Silver Plated Cocks, EVERT description of Water Fixture* for Dwel- * ting Houses, Hotels, Public Buildings, Shops, c , arranged and set up in the best manner, and all , rders in town or country faithfully executed. All J iuds of jobbing promptly attended to. Constantly n band LEAD PIPES. SHEET LEAD and RKP.R L MPS of all dosoriptions. ap9 dtf WANTS, LOST. FO U N D Wanted Immediately. AN Agent of either sex in every town and village, to engane in a light and profitable bu*ioe**, by wtiljli from 9S.OO to *12 per week can b*made. Fer K lei* tire evenings can make f.cm fiOe to 91.00 per even*ng. a sample with full particulars, seat by mail to all who end so one 3 cent stamp, and addiess A. C. 8PAILDING & CO.. jnoeJldfcwlm* West Hampstead, N. II. T Engineer Wanted. O run a stationary Engine. Enquire at june21dtf BLAAc d BaEIBT. Compositors Wanted. ONE or two first clans finale compositor* will find constantempJoymeut, and the h chest rates P*'iiP.tbeou application at THIS OkFIcE mayzsntl $9.* Itfviard ! CJTOLEV from the subscriber on Tuesday Even h7 W'n !?• ,u p,erca’* auction room, a Calr Skin Fock* t lio«»k contain* 9< 4 in money, a note against ( bar ex Hojgdon, Gorham, lor *CG.and «*ue again** Charles Hooper for *12. The above reward will b*» {tan SS"" °f ^ Pr01,tilj *°d “*• dl ,« T«°e 8.—tf GEOBGE BECK House Wanted. ANTED lo pare,aw f r ca.h,, convenient lD.u« amiable lor a tinall family, with u-u.l convenience*. centrally snd p -.,amly locat«i— Price not to exceed M.OOU, A it. Ire*. "Taylor ■ at the Prea. Offlec. mxylStf Board. S'i'To ?r Boom*. with Board, can be obtained by applyin<5 immediately at 30 Danforth .treet. 7 M,rUl1" mayUdtf A At a ODrDtnTTtTln < nn -- mr, a/.* V/ A* AUUX A Ui UV/,, NOS. 34 A 36 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND. Manufacturers and Dealers in Men’s Boys’ and Youth’s Thick. Bin and Calf Boots, Women’s Missel and Children’s Goat. Kid »nd Cell Bulm "»1», Kubbors. Shoo Stock, Findings, &e. WITH™'aoprrior facilities for manufacturing I.. \U,“ ? Iarn" "I'*™'nee 1“ the bn,lues*. we rS , ble ,OIM?l1** low »» In Boston or elaewhere. Dealers are respectfully invited to call and ex tmltie our stock before purchasing. jcr*Orders by mail nrouiptly attended to. Portland. April 28. 1834. dSm The Fxtrnordiuniy Surt-ptm Which has attended the introduction by us of CALIFORNIA WINE*, Is ent only a fitting tribute to the purity and beauty of the Wines themselves, but s cheering indication of a desire among the people to encourage AMERICAN INDUSTRY The wine Trade Review, the organ of the British trade, calls them “excellent in quality aLd a great luceoes." Our br inds of tlieso Wines laijitu louud upon the tublea of The Most Fastidious Connoisseurs. The leading portion of the American prats bars extolled their merits, and the verdict to nil who urn tht m ia that Ihuyiar* the* Purosi. 1 hs Cheapoat, and _____ Tht* Best. ask ros tub Lanai. or) PERKINS. STERN A CO.. WHO ABU THU riOHEIA HOI as. And tlis only one ia the Atlantic States dealing ex clusively ia CALIFORNIA YVINKN. nayjweodlm ME FIRST iimui mu or PORTLAND. Holden of U. 8. 7-30 Note*, Can ha, c them r>changed Ito * a per SUM. tum y veer boa-i. by Vsviar them with tb.. keek Tto tercet un the notes will to pun. tuetda. M tto raw * 10 per cent to July 1. nod tto hoods win to Sc "♦red tor* to com at they cue to prepared by tto •nsnant Ttoe* S year has is are tto bhi de irabWcf say afUw-wrerttw. Case wtoai must to mate ia mat of MSS a* its watri de. A Mmau.Mii of sac ear,-? ad au. par < rat rUi he charged. V. I. bOl’Ul t ipHspf. Port land Rey IS. law MvCedti 126 Exchange fitreet. 126 1 fuvfh At. Phinncy, IV !i .nt ra htc ft data ead r,.r>wc c'lea.n ’ ’ m taken the «*ey Ale la RautatoP If reef, what* to intends I e carry ,-n tha Mov« and rnraurr Hm-imre*. a all its Lrkulm * rul es, of all kinds, of tto ***** ***1 Boot approved p»tt«*ris«. Fumace3 and Ranges, Tin and Mollow Ware. CVS. Kind band Stoves bough*, or takes m hang* tor new. STovu, KaaoB*. Fcbhace*. and T|» Wabi rpatred at ebort notice, in a faithful manner Grateful for mrmerpuirouag*. he ho*re by strict tteniion to busiavss, and fair dealing, to receive a ouerous share ol public iaror. meySSdtf OFFICE OF THE ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, HKW YORK. JANUARY 2R, ltd* 1111K Tructeec, in onfortnitr to the Charter o' the Company, submit the following statement of s aff ,irs on in* Slat Dtcembtr. 18-4: lemium, received on Marine Risks, In m 1st January, Ihu), to 81st De ceino-i, ltd', 41.211,3*8 Kl r.-mlums on Policies not marked otT 1st January, 1S03, l,708.f02 2-1 i dial amount of Marine Premium*. 8 lO.obi.Obl 1; io l’o'iciea have been issued upon Life Risks; nor upon hire Risks discoj uc.nu wnu Juriui* ‘minium* marked off from 1st Jan , 183d, t»3U( December, 18 3, $7,uh7,h6ti 66 •<*** paid during t'»e same period, 3.8nf>’«61 14 U-turna of Premiums and Expenses, 1,082 *.«07 43 hj Company has the following Asse s, v«: ’uil dauicsunQ Md Ol New \urk btoe<, City. Bunk an t other Stocks, *3.4'.rj tKl 80 a>anssecured by Stocks,audotherwi.se, 1,450,Till) i>o leal K-fateand Bouds and Mortgages, loj.Ttf) Ou >ivid<>nd«on Stock«, 1 uteivst ou Bouds aud Mortgage* ana other Loans,sun dry' Notes, ro insurance and other claims due the Comp y , estimated at lf4.%4 61 Premium Notes and bills Receivable, 3.178,678 «u ash iu Bank, .44 613 8* Total amount of Assets, $9,4i6 4'.6 82 Six percent lutereat on the ouUtau iog certiri a’c* oi protits will b« paid to the holders thereof, r their legal representatives, on and alter Tuesday, be Second of February neat. After reserving Three and One Mil Million Dollars f prod's, the outstanding certificate* of the issue ol *J2, w 11 be redeemed and p4id to the holders there f, or their legal represent at iv. «, on and after Tu< * ay, the Second of February uext. from which date 1 iut« re»t thereon will cease The certificate* to be roduce-i at the lime of payment, ana cancelled A Dividend ot Forty Per Cent, i* declared ou the et earned pymiums of the Company, lor the year tiding 3l»t 17e.:emb r, 1831, for which certificates rilMw* 6-tied, on and after Tuesday, the Filth of ipril next. be Profit* of the Cotnpany,a»certainod From the 1st of July. 1842, to the 1st of Jan . 1S63, for wh.chCertilioates were i4*ued, amount to $11,323 880 j additional from 1st Jan., 1*63, to 1st January, 1864, 2.630 <X#> Total protits for 21} year*. $!6,U58,S80 he Certilicatea preriou* to 18ri2, have been redeemed by ca-h, ll.fiOoJUO 'et earnings remaining with the Com pany. on l*t Jsuuarx. 1864, *5,263 CTO By order of the*B ard. v\#. Townsend Jones, sccre.ary. TRT8TEES . John D. Jones, David Lane, C harles Dennis, James Bry»e, W. H. 11. Moore. Wm. Sturgis, Jr., Thos. Titeston, !i K. Bogert Henry Ct it. A A Low. \V .C. P.ekorsgill, Work Dodgs Lewis Curti*. Dennis Perkini. C ha* tl Russel!, J, *, tiaillard. jr . Low II Holhronk, J. Henry Burgy, P. A. Hargous, Corneiiii* Onuuell H \S Weston. t . A. Hand. R*>ial l’helpj. Watt* Sherman, ( aleb B.irstow, E. F Morgan A. P. Pillo», B. j Howland, Leroy 51 Willey. RenJ. Fabcock. Haute S. Mdler, Fletcher Westray, 8.T. Nicnli. R. IV Min’urn.jr.. Joah’a J Henry, h W Huruham. Cieo. (j. Hobson, Fred, t hauncey, James Low. JOHN D JONES. President t HaKLKS D-NNIS. Vice President. W. H. 11 MOORE, id Vice President. Cry Application* forwarded and Opes Policies rocured by JOHN W. HUNGER, Agent* Jo. 100 Fore atreet, head of Long Wharf, PORTLAND, MM. June 8.—w‘Jwfcoodtojan2» r CLOTHING. CUSTOM CLOTHING! N. S. GARDINER, 62 Middle St., Opp. Post Office, Is reel ring weekly the I.ATKSf and MOST KLSOAMT STtLKS —or— French, English and American Doeskin*, Cnsslmrres and Coatings Wh'ch we are prepared to minifactnre into i,ar menta not turpaurd in Style r/ Cut. and workmanship, t>y any hoar* in this City or Stain MR JOH* li. I.VKklN, Attend* to th* Cutting of <* Arm*-at' in rhi« KatablUlk “•?** wbo«t» refutation m a SashionahU. Ta$t* c *5- wr#,lkuown ‘o Fort land act other citie* ” e.!l*ve 0,1 kaui and are coustaalr receiving all the different vaiictie* cf GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, Finally kept by tho»e In the hnalBeaa. Jane 14-codtw H E M OVAL. JOSIAH BURLEIGH HAS REMOVED TO NEW STORE, EVANS* BLOCK, Nos. 141 Si 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in C otliin«;,Coths, Tailors’ Trimmings, -AMD- ' GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, No*. Ill & ns .Middle Street. JOSIAH BIIRLEIVH, Agent for Grover k Baker’• celebrated Sewing MaekineN, Not. 141 A 143 Kiddle Street. NATHAN GOOLD Will say to his-friends that he may be found at Bur leigh's, No. Ill A 143 Middle street, where be will be pleaded to wait upon hb former customers. Portland. March 34. 19*4. dtf .Spring A Summer Stock -of— FASHION A BLE GOODS, COATS, PANTALOONS AND VESTS. Purchased from tbe best ssortarats, far caah, ta Xear York, aad Boston, nap be hart at tbe store of WILLIAM C.BECKETT Were haul Taller, Ns . 137 Mill'll*, itreel. Borne of those Good*. which have bee roreatlp Imported aider mush le coior. lex tare sad leak from tbe ttp lea that haraeaat aaed ta vagae Me a e pear or two past, aad ar« .eaad.rad veer Megaat these aad o.b»r t.eade. eaMgetMaii ail the ear lei «. for raebtoaablr wear, at the —11 place map ke Ibaad a (oad Mpplp »i .laaderd «A. ra.., f renea. aad Kaal.e* ■ -*-Tftih. i I Da* ahiae. foe (*aa«T eati> aeth-r alia septae af V.Miet.olin.t awe , Ipe Mole, leda AM (be sea el.lee for i.eatM—a » wear abet bee for l'r.a*en. er e hq,m Harare reaat.ad M bee •aee.ev Mr*a*e alia piateoef the .sees, septa af Cad! at aad fttnuei tT“ibe beet Maaup aiwap. ab bead. iW 1ST Saddle, atraos. M* _ awIMe JUST RECEIVED 7~ HttUAXS k HOMI. ||4\ !*• r><|rtmg tfciir 1— —Mi FSSilMSi SIMfS ELKOAST STTLBS C L o T II HI ! 4MM PtKTAMKD TO Siow Them ta Their Cuttmon. *•— Clothing k Furnishing Goods, lb GrrA Yarketp. -AT — SK5 Middle Street. may»tf The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN , Ar»* tbe be*t instrument! of their class in the world. Nearh all the moat proruinen artist* in the country have gi. .*n written testimony tothis fffect.wnd these instruments are iu constant us. in the concert* ol the mo>t distiitgu^hed artists—as Lottschalk and others—a* well as in the ra* in the priurptl cit- | ias. whenever »acb insTuraeuu era required. Price to *r00 ©sell. The*** instrument* may be found 1 at th** Music Hoorn* of the subscriber, where they 1 will be * old at tbe manufacturer*’ prices. * # II- S. KIMVAUDS, I No.£49} Stewart's Block, Congress St. 1 __ aprl3dtl J Ice Cream ! ice Cream ! ! J .At Brown’s Ovster and lea Cream Salnnn. < So, 152 and 151 Exchange St., Opptwite the latercftiionil House. may'dtf TAKK X WOi\m’S i Patent Metallic or Copper Painty 1 FOR VESSELS* BOTTOMS. •- 1 To Owners and masters ol Vessels. Thl, .uperior article la oflbrcd with the fullcet coo- I fidencu. When »(plitd to WOOUIN BOTTOM VESSELS if wi'l be found a perfect submitut** for Copper Sheathing. and a COMPLETK PltLSKK VAT! Vfc from WoKJKS, RAltftAt LKS. UKA&8. Ac. Ve#* i sel.< trading to tho West India and .Southern Ports ' mill lind it particularly for their intermit to u*e ti e tATkST MKTA LUC OR (.OtPICR PilKT. The proprietors mill in every ca*e guarantee, not I only tba» their Copper Paint i* sultrier to any now iu u-e. but also to any that haa been heretofore of* I f red to tho public. \ Printed direction* for use aceeroriuy each can. For «al*». wholesale and retail, by the Mauufac turcii' Agent*, , LYMAN & MARRETT. Sliip CLmndlors, ! Wo. 11.1 Comiiicrfial Sircrf, apS) 2taw8ia roRTLAKD. , Talk about Hats ! . JUST *EE HARRIS' HEW STYLES. J111. \ .It.|f T li«- I'hraprsl Agent-)’ l collectliia all cleaee* of claim* arUiBir from . the war la ihat ol the ‘•MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION," l la which thocxpcBMa arc controlled by a dinater- 1 e*t*d r.x.outive Committee A pair la iK-raou. or by letter, to GEORGE V. tlilr.ll. over the Portland Poet Otticc, III alory. ■ dawly <11 NS, RIFLES, j REVOLVEliS, , Aud all the Accompauiaents TACKLE! i The Bttl Aaaortmeat la the City. G. L. BAILEY, 42 Exchange St. April 27 eodtf MILLINERY, IIYNN Ac PALMER BF.U iMrt to e all tb, attention of the trade ally to their large aad " WILL SELECTED STOCK MILLINERY 000D8, assra? hg ‘g.fwgjp.-: tiMr ()>«!&«••, and lacii'tiee ter obuteiir-• "“■I •**> telly eoaldent t. b. -g - — conjpet. ,1,h g,». „ a.7 Engtowl. eHl.T.y 1**“ t® hee» a tell iteM ad MlMM-aad Laoiea-axiRTS. __ KTRaVomm, fPHfc 'et'ecriber ii dally reeeitinr trow the IIaTS * ,<rW* °f Mum,',' uthte* Straw Bonnets, Of all qoalitiee. Aleo eoaetaatly oa haad a larao •lock of French aad Anwrlean glooM? a-JEff Head Drome, he , which be will 1,11 at i he wim price. JOHW K FALMh.lt “* _1«« Middle dad, For*--" NEW MILLINERY STfYRTL New Good*! \T «»■ ■* KOBeKTSoiTbae takaa the He* Store, i J5‘ Street, corner of Center, and hu Mlected a Superior Assortment of MILLINERY, Vfhkb >be will be pleawd to oftr to bar Made and the pnblk. on and after tbe (tb 1m(. F. ». A good aMoruaeat af MOURNING Conotaatlj ob hood . three or foor good Milliner* eta receive dealt employment by Inquiring aa abovo. ap4 dlcodtf OHAHT’S C0FFI1 A IPICH KTTtT ORraiMAL MSTABUSHMMNT. J. GRANT, tfholeeale Dealer la all blade af COFFEE, SPICES, Salirratns St Crnun Tartar, * A'eie Coffee and Suit e Mills 11 u __a__ Port loo*, Mt. * »Bd*P*«* p«t up 'or th* trad*, with an address, la all variety at packages, aad wan salad SI rears. rated. r- -a .—a wen eased notice** r°“*Wl ‘“4 *"*“* *he trade al ia«t Or All gcads aatrweted a :lbe owner's sink. __ ■orabMdtf The Misses Baileys Home School. Td* Blast1 Bailor kartag paielfcad tbw r1—t Ja tj^zrszxrLsrsz,Cv Oefc^S fcr CMi ■ of a liol! Irntta. 1td*rw“ of tk»ether aa a -niiufit aatW adbm im staadlag. la rortlaod. wwi. Ate kaaed, MwatelT troaage asd taaara saaaaaa IW "';*»"«»«* — beet Beheaded Heats tbapkyeSaadt . a ..... - .. r rt aawi hV IMbsTn** cai tea*** * ® BUSINESS ADVEETIBEMEET M(Unk) It lenj IsSgSSSa&E layvluag aver got an Is lb*asty CaB aad eae Mr •“gjd* alwaysaa handatbsddiMd of H. Ha ‘ ,U7 «cl ARTHY £ BKRRY, aaeldtt ‘ * ** WC—SBlSWBS. United States Claim Agency! B*umi>, Prize Honey * PetBBtMM, CAB br obtaiard oa application ta SWEAT b (. LEAVES, Attorneys at Law, Bo. 117 Middle street, Batata s fcew. nsyllaoddm_ , a—. Maine Sabbath School Depository rllE srgest aad beat selected Stock of BOOKS for SABBATH SCHOOL LIBKAUUaula mini at "v No, SI Kir ha age Street, Portland. Nt-w hooka era received every weak Ikon tba Sab Ay hekool Societies aad I’ubliahlngHoases ta Phfl. de'phia. Bear Yark and bestoa. So rartad oa -it ortmeat, comprising books sdapted to the tapecitr f the child as well at alalt, cannot be found Laaar aeetore ia New Eaglaad. ' Scbooie in the country, by rending a catalagea al ha toots in the Library, cm a receive a 10% Mr oa ruination and return at my expense inch aa are ot approved Question Books for Sabbath Sonoola i eady oa baud. Disoownts for Library Brake al »w*«l, a- ia Boston Also Miscellaneous.Thaoied al and School Books, Letter. Hermoa aad Bata fo. or or all stars, vrith Envelope* to marsh. fbMt rsph Albums, Port folios, r or t raon r s las. ho. be. 11 Ol Which will be said at the lowest «5h ertcas - •rtii rs solicited. H. BACK iBD June 1st. IMS. dtf YPVOTAlTa I nAVTWBIVWM I • «« WAVMU I JLi V U JLV 1 IXiO | m obtained tor Woanded Sold lava (ShItiMI nd the friends of doomed soldiers who ere enuUM o th« ssme by BYBO.N D. YEBBILL, lUnrj uni CouteUar, it \h It; litft Stmt, ——Ann .icenaed Agent for all tha Depart maw U at Washington. Portland. April tt. 1*64. epV eodda .STARBIRD’S Jlothes Cleaning, and Bepairing ROOMS rB18 popular and convenient aatabUahaiaat Id now located on the corner of Coagreen lit Irowu ■elect., over II tint a Jewetl'a Marble Warka, there GENTLEMEN’S GARMENTS rill be thoroughly cleaneed, faithfully and neatly rpaire t.and i reived In good taate, lo conform with lie precent itvle or fhthica. Tha coaraat Inciaara t patronageteetowed upon the proprietor, ir duly nprociated by him, and he uenrea alt who lever im with tlieir cuvlom, that no paina .i—n ha round > give them the utmoeiaatlefhvtiua. N. I>. Garment! cut and made to order, and war voted to BA O. B. 8TARB1RD 1-or land, May iJOth, HS4. Practical Taller, dtr GREEN HOUSE AND BEDDING OUT PLANTS, f Rrapactfully talons tha pahile that I hare oa L hand a larjre aaaortmeat of Green Haaaa and eliding.out Plant!, for Spring nnla, of fa par tor ualltv, via: Vuueua.va. 1>anilia, Poiaaoom mh. PAsaua and Roans Alto, a fine aollaatloa t AaTau i'lvmi. he , he., he. A .election may alwaya be found ht Band all h filtuey'!. Mnrhit Ssuaio. Irdero left there will 3 promptly stti udPd to. ALBERT DIKWAXUIR. Florist. Corner »f North and Monlrnal Street* Portland Ms. sprdOtf QUADRILLE BAND. l|R. J. W RAYMOND would raapaetfully la. "A form the citizens of Portland and vietnlty that » baa connected hlmaalf wt(h the members ot CHANDLER’S BAND, a Prompter, and that they are prepared to furnish iivalc for BalU, A,tomb’ice, lto-nlea. bxcuriiou, e. All order, left at KO Federal atreet, ooruer at emple, will receive prompt attaatloo J VT. Katuoid let Violin and Prompter M U. Ellis, 3<1 Violin. M. C Shaw. Huie. L. W Baaplkt. Coraa*. P. 1 Wiliit, Baieo, jaaeUTThttw l, I

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