Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 27, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 27, 1864 Page 4
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m——————mm——y——■■■■ MISCELLANY. Athelstane the Unready. The London Quarterly, in an article on the Prospects of the Confederates, shows its ap preciation of the generalship of McClellan thus:— “ The Federals after sustaiuing defeat at Bull Kuu, unconsciously frittered away im mense superiority of strength which still « maiued to them by selecting Gen. McClellan, as their now Commauder-in-chicf. For mouths and months this Athelstane the unready—a sensible and worthy man, but slow and cau tious in the extreme—set to work to organize aud discipline the army, nearly 200,000 strong, With a view to fltliug it for a campaigu in which there should l>e no more ‘Bull Huns.’ A (pw miles off in his front lay GeneralsMomi ston aud Beauregard, with an unruly aua riot ous army, little more than 30,000 strong, intox icated with their recent victory, which was loudly celebrated in beakers of whisky, by dance and by song.” Relying on such a basis for their opinions of Northern officers and Northern valor.no won der foreign journals prophesy victory and in dependence for the Confederate States, but we think a change has already come over the spirit of their'dreams, and they begin to believe that the Union will be preserved and our nation go on In its career of prosperity and power; es pecially since we have a Grant in the field who Is ably sustained by other officers and the brave hearts and stout arms of our soldiers. The Grain Crop in Illinois. A prominent New York merchant, Presi dent of one of the leading Railroads in Illinois, write* to a friend in this city:— “The prospects of summer and tall business ore most excellent. The breadth of grain town on the line of the road is double this year of auy season siucc the road was opened. “ Illinois Central Railroad Company have sold a large quantity of their lands on the line’ and several other large holders are iu the mar ket, and the prospect is that all the lands* ou the line will be taken up and cultivated in the unxt three years. • “ Yankee machines arc doing the work in pUntiug and cultivating. One “planter” does the work of five men, consequently we do not need the same number of men on farms that warn Required, and the immense number of men taken for the army does not in any case interfere with the raising of crops In this coun try. Illinois with 140,000 men in the army, wrlli raise more grain this year than ever be fore as the machinery for farming Is so com plete and so constantly multiplying. “The only question with me is what can we pnt the men at when the war is over. Yan kee inventions have supplied their piaceln the tilling of the eoil, so that it would in my opin ion, be prudent and politic to send them t> Mexico and Canada for new fields oi glory, and to develop the mineral reeourcca of those coulJ tries." TO THE AFFLICTED I or. w. nTdejiinu, Medical Electrician, Wo. 11 Clapp’s Block, VOEXEE OF CONGRESS AND ELM STREETS WOULD respectfully announce«o thecitizens ol Portland and vicinity, that he ha. permanent It loeated in thla city. During the eleven months that» o have been in town we have cured some ol the wont forms of disease in persons who have tried othu forma of treatment in vain, and curing pa tient* in eo short a time that the qaestion is often asked, do they stay cored ! To answer this question wa will aay that all that do not .tay cm ed, we will doctor the second time for nothing Dr. D. has boon n practical Electrician fer twenty • one years, and it also a regular graduated physician electricity is perfectly sdspted to chronic diseases IB the form or nerve.is or sick headache; neuralgia In the head, neck,or extremities, consumption,when ia the aomte stages or where the lung* are not fully Involved; acute or chronic rheumatism, sorotula, hip diseases, white swellings, spinal disease, curvature of the Bpiae, contracted muscles, distorted limbs, palav or paralysis, 8t. Vitas' Dance, deafness,stem ■•ring or hesitancy of speech, dyspepsia, ind ges th>n, oonstipation and liver oomplaint, pile*—we enrs every ease that can be presented; asthma, bronohl tie, striotnres of the sheet, and all fbrms of femai* aomplatata.l By Bleotrlolty The Rheumatic the goaty, the lame and the lazy leap with Joy, and move with the agility and elastic, tty of youth; the heated brain is cooled; the frost bitten limbs rsetored, the nneonth deformities re moved; faintness oonverted to vigor, weakness tr, strength; the blind made to see, the deaf to hoar and the palsied form to move upright; the blemishes ol youth are obliterated: the accident* of mature His prevented; the eulamltles of old uge obviated, and Mt eotive olrsulattoB maintained. LADIES Who have oold hands and feet; weak stomach, lame and weak backs; nervous and sick headache; dizziness and swimming in the head, with indiges tion and eoustipntion of the bowels; pain in the side 1 and busk; leacurrBma, lor whites); idling of th< 1 womb with internal eancer*; tumors, polypus, stir all that long train os diseases will had in Electri, ity a sure means of oure. F or painful menstruatlot, too profuse menstruation, and nil of those long Iht of troubles with yoang ladies, Electricity is a oerta n specllc, and will. In n short time, restore the suffera to the vigor of health I^Ws have aw EUetro-Chemical Apparatus let extracting Mineral Poison from the system, such as Mercury, Antimony, Arsenic, kc. Hundreds wbc are troubled with stiff Joints, weak hacks, and vari ous otherdlffloulties, (he direct cause of which. In ulna oases out of ten, Is the effect of poisonous drags, ana he restored to natural strength and vigor by the use ef from live to eight Baths. Otto* hours from 8 o'clock a. ■. to 1 r. n.; 11 • ■ and 7 to It.i. ' Consultatloa Free. Irltlsed AT A Coout or i'noDATK held at Portland, within and for the ( onnty of Cumberland, on the drst Taeeday of June, in the year of our Lord A eighteen hundred and sixtv-leur. PPHIA PB1N< E, Grandmother of William T. Milcbell, a miuor above the age of fourteen veers, and child and h. ir of Samuel B Milcbell, late or Ya-mouibin said t'oun’y, decea-ed.and whs 1* bow servtogin tho Xavy of the United States, and absent at sea having presented her petilioo that Kenban Merrill of said Yarmouth may be appointed Guardian of said miuor. It was Ordered, That the said Petitioner give no tiee to all persona interested, by esu-ing notice to be published three week* successively iu the Maine State Press printed at Portland, that thev may anoear •ABA tmu»ki vuun lo uv nem ax t>aia 1 OrtlBHV, on the fin*t Tuesday of July next, at ten of the olock in the forenoon, and show cause, if any they bare, why the same should not be granted. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true copy, Attest. ilw«w* EUGENE HUMPHREY. Register. AT a Court of Proratk held at Portland within and for the Couuty of Cumberland, on the first Tuesday of June, in the year of our Lord eigh teen hundred and sixty-four, ABIGAIL DAV18, named Executrix in a certaiu instrument purporting to be the Iant Will and Testament of John Davis, late of Eretpori, iu raid Couuty, deceased, having presented the same lor probate: It teas Ordered, That the said Executrix give notice to all persons interested, by causing uotice to bo published three weeks successively, in the Maine State Press, 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 ton of the ; olock in the foreuooxj, and show cause ifauy the? I have, why the said instrument should not be proved approved, and allowed, as the last will and testament of said deceased. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true copy, Attest, J4w3w* EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. At a Court of Probate held at Portland within and lor the Couuty of Cumberland, on the first Tues day of June, in the year of our Lord eighteen handrooiand sixty-tour, JAMES ePKAR, Guardian of .Tames Spear, junior, minor child and heir of Elisa Spear,lato of Port land, in said county, deceased, having presente* h • Petition for license to sell and convey certaiu real estate of sail minor, as described in raid peti tion. an advantageous ofler having been made there tor. Uuku Ordered, That the said Guardian give no tion to all persons interested, by causing uotice to bo published three weeks successively, in the Maiue State Proas, printed at Portlaud, that they inav ap pear at a Probate Court to be held at said Portland, oa the first Tuesday of July next, at ten of the •lock in the forenoon, and show cause if any they have, why the same should not be granted JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true oopy. Attest: *w8w* EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register At a Court of Probate held at Portland, within * a of Cumberland, on the first Tuesday of June, in the year of our Lord, eigh teen hundred and sixty-Jour, * JOHN TELE, Guardian of Mary c True miner belrol Samuel True, late ol Portl.nd 'n” , ,,. J1!*^ r* Pre,c“,cd Ida thlid mecouut uiGuariti auabip of said mluor for Probate: It teat Ord'rtd, That the will Guardian cive no. tio* to all psrsons intension, by ruuyn,K uotice to be pab'ished three weeks successively lu the Man., Stats Frew, printed .t Portlaud, th.t tliey u„» pear »t a Probate Court to be held al raid Portland on the firat Tuesday of July next, at ten of the olock lu the forenoon, and-bow cause, If any they bar., why the name should not be allowed JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true copv. Attest, 24w8w* EUGENE HLMPI1 HEY, Register. At A Court or I'kobxj a held at Portland, within and for the County of Cumberland, ou the first Tuesday of June, in tbe year of our Loro eighteen hundred and sixty.four, JOSEPH CLEAVES Administrator of the estate of George Leighton, late ofPcwral. in said Couuty, deceit.-d. haring presented his I t and final •ooount of Rdministratloii of said estate for probate: It teat Ordered, That the said Administrator give notice to all persons interested, by causing notice to he published three weeks successively in the Malm .State Press printed at Portland,Hint thev may appear at a Probate Court to beheld at said Portlaud, on the Itrat Tuesday ol July next, at ten of the clock In the forenoon, and show cause, Ifauy they have, why the aamethould not be allow ed JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge A true boot, attest. H «r*w BUUENE HUMPHREY, Register. I MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & CO., Proprietors,' Fox Block, 82 1-2 Exchange St., j PORTLAND, ME. Attention is reapev'fully Invited to onr unrivalled J facilities for executing lu • THE REST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Our KetaMi-hmcut is furnished with all the ap- 1 proved MODERN MACHINERY. And our collection of I Book and Fancy Types Will bear favorable comparison with auy establish ment in the city. Business and Professional Cards,I I |Of every variety, style and cost, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. i Bill-Head* Killed and Cut in the Nieat e*t Manner. BLANKS AND RANK CHECKS, Of every description executed In the tje«t «*yle. j Railroad, and other Corporation Work, done I with promptnew anil fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIES, PILLS OP LAVISH TIME TABLES, Mi all tort* of LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at short not ire. knwtiii, Effurb, led til kinds «f Pimplilfh, Put up in superior style. Bronzed aud Colored LiiIm-I*. For Apothecaries, Merchants, aud Fancy Dealer?, got up in the best style of the art "W'ecldin*' Cards, Notes qf Invitation, Visiting Cards, I.istt of Itau- i see, etc., etc., qf every variety and cost, furnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hand-bill*, Shop-bill*, Program mes, Circular*, Amt plain priming of overjr deacription. AI»o, Rule and Figure wont, executed n*-»tljr, and _on terra, that cannot Ail to Mti.fy. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office baa one of 3oper’ Improved Calorie for motive power, and is furnished with {improved aud costly 1‘resMs—Cylinder and Platen— from the most celebrated makers. We hive in eon -tant us# one of HOE'S LARUE CYLINDER PRESSES, capable of throwing otr 2500 Sheets o» hour; one of Adam's Poster Presses—the best book press in the world; Adam's aud Potter's Fast Machin* Jot> Presses; Kuggles’ superior Cared Pres Adams'and UnidUlatge Hand Presses, Maudiii? Presses, and all the machinery necessary for a well appointed office. The Daily Press Job Office is believed to be as well furuhhed •• any similar establishment ia the State. Tho^e sending order from tfie country may rel) on receiving prompt attention. We execute a’l orders in the shortest possible time and iu the neatest and best manner. We will do all kinds of printing as well and as i promptly, aud as cheap as any other establishment in the City, County or Slate. All orders for Job Printing must be directed to the Daily Press Job Q$tee, No. 83; Kxchange street, Portland. Me. The Job Office is under the personal supervision of the senior proprietor, who Is the CITY PKMiT* KR, and is himself an experienced practical work* man, aad employs only wcll-akilltd mechanics in this department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, The largest daily paper cast of Boston, and having a larger circulation than all the other dailies in the city combined. Is published at the Office in Fox Block, Hit 1-2 Exchange Street, every morning— .Sunday excepted, at $H,00 I*er Annum, From which 12 l-‘jper rent, is dineounted for ABVAHCB favmkxts. Semi-anneal and quarterly subscriptions pro reta. Leas thau three months, sixty cents per month, or 15 cents a week. Sivoli. Copibb 8 Cbbts. Kewadoaler* supplied at tb* rale of two ami one-third dollar* per hundred. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, The largest paper in New England, eight pages, is published every Wednesday, containing all the news by mail a'd telegraph, important reading matter Marine List, Me’kit Reports, 1c , of the Daily l’ress,at the follow ing prices, vlr:— Single ropy, ear year, in,n0sibl, ia advaare.*2.00 Per six ruonilis.. 1.00 Torlabe of fear or snore all to the same post office, each. . 1,73 To claba of Ira or more, all to the same post office, each... , y .50 And a free copy to the getter up of the club. Subscriptions solicited. Agent* wanted in ivory town. Postmasters rc*jui«ted toact at agents. N. A. FOSTER & Co., Pbopbiktoha. Portland June 1,ltj«4. ^tf NOTICE. ATfE. the undersigned. having sold eur Muck of v » Coat, and Wood to M.ssrs An*,la//, ilcAlit t'f k K'n.. do chirr.u'ly recommend them to nor former customer*. A I persons having demands | against us are renuested In prieent ttielu lor settle meut, and all persons indebted to us are n,,nested to make immediate payments! the old eland where one ol the undersigned mar be found for t be present SAWYER A WHITNEY. Portland, June 6, 1S64. jun.-13J3w Goal and Wood! rpilE Mub'cribcr bating purchsced the Stock of ! X Coal and Wood, and tak«-n thr fttaud recently occupied by Mef>r*. .'uirifer If Whitne», head ot Maine Wharf, are now prepared to rupplr their former patrnu* and the pub'ic generally, with * floe a*aortment of WELL PICKED AS!) SC REEKED Old Company Lehigh, Spring Mountain I*ehigh, LocuM Mountain. John**, M hite and Red Auh, Diamond and I^orberry, Toyetber with fhe teat quality of Cumberlan'fl Coal ! A Superior Coal for Blacksmiths. ▲lao. Hard and Molt Wood, Delivered to order in eny part of the city. Tbs former customers of Metsis. Sawyer A Whit ney are respectfully Invited to given* a call Randall, McAllister a co. Portland, June 13, HUM-dly Evergreen Cemetery. THE Superintendent of Evergreen Cemetery will 1 be at hi* office. In New Citv Bui ding, entraore on Myrtle Street, from 12 o’clock M. to fl o’clock 1* M., every day, except Sundays, to attend te any calls In connection with said Cemetery. Orders may he left at the office at any time. ap£4toaugl H.C. BABB, Superintendent. _HOTEL 8. OTTAWA HOVSEj PORTLAND HARBOR, MAINE JASON' BERRY, Froi-riktur, Will open for the season, on Thursday, j thelQth inst. Thi popular Watering PJace, with its ROM A XTJC SCRSRRY, Aud HEALTHY LOCATION, situated on CUSHING’S ISLAND, j 24 miles froth the city, is unsurpassed by any Sum mer Resort on the New England roast. N. H. Positively closed on ihe Sabbath to all j transient visitors. The Steamer will leave Burnham'* Wharf for thi* Island regularly. Junel6<i6w BRADLEY'S HOTEL, -015 Till American and European Plans. Cor. of Commercial & India Sts. 1 Ida House is ,i nate.l [directly opposite atbe Grand iiuuk Kai roa 1 Depot, anu head ol Boston and Portland bteainiib' Whari C’onne;ted with this IloUM is a first class i_lOvster and Dining Hall. tloME^ BKADLEY, Jr., k CO., Proprietors. J. Bradley, Jr. r u. uridley. junel5d6m Union and Temperance House, Weut Ilnifswelly la open lor the reoeptiou of bummer raYrm. Boaffl rs, and traucient and visitors. ThL House is very ph annutly situated 011 the Neck, one-fourth mi,e above the Steam Lboat Landing. als furuibhed at all hours of the day. SIDNEY BAILEY, Proprietor i June Sf, 1864.—d3* * Atlantic House, SCARRORO’ BEACH. THIS House having been enlarged and k'.VrB refit ted throughout will open tor the sea 0,1 I'jWvl Monday, June 13, 1861, ^ „ . K. GUNNISON. N. B.—Positively closed on the Sabbath to all transient visitor*. junell Ocean House Re-Opened! A The nudsrsiitned . Invin* le*«t-d for the ■ LRlt„ WC,ti, well MUbllrlo-d Wateriorplace, jJJBcbtrinlnitly siiumtid rn ihe oulir \srye ol 1 Hilc»p« KlTzabeth. With uurivalled iscili I 's Mti,.. for Baihinf?, Boating, and Fifthinjr, Will open tor transient and permanent guests on and after Tuesday, the 7th day of June. Kverr desirable convecience will be supplied for tli** pleasure and cohort* ol it* patrons with regard to the Mvjuirements and character of a • w unnn uu I r<ln We feel a*.ured tint < ur exertions, added to the I uuusual attractions ot the bouse itself, willsecare us the approbation and patronage of tlie pablic in *0tUively closed on the Sabbath. HILL it JORDAN, Proprietor*. Cape Elizabeth, June 7,1864. dtf bay' view house^ CAMDEN. The Subscribers take pleasure in an u ou tiring to their friend .and all interested in ituding a first classsea-side Jlotei acoom 1_ modal ions.that their hew and -pmcluus Ho tel wiii tie open early in June. It contains all the mod- I ern improvements and every convenience for the comfort and accommodation ot the travelling pub ic. it is finely located, commanding an unrivalled view of the Penobscot Bay. The advantages of ses bpthiug aud me facilities lor fishing and boating are unsurpassed, t or its beaulitul scenery ana aS lighttul drives and walks, l smoeu is already favor • ol> known asone of tbe most eligible and drligbt fu! watering places in Kew England. Connected wtHi tbe Hotel is a fine Livery stable, horse, and carriages having been selected with great care The carriages are Horn the Lest estaid.shmeuts in the couutiy. and on the most approved styles, steam boat lanuiugseasy of access: steamers tonohingev ery dav in the week. telegraph communication with all parts of the country. Those wishing to se cure good rooms will do well to apply toon, as manr are already engagt d. CL'slJlNti A JOHNSTON, Proprietors < amden, June a, 1808 —dtf Pleunuiit Suburbnn Kesort. C-AUISIC HOUSE, WEST BROOK. h Thi* elegant auburbau Watting Place, ECCtSfelocated upon a pleaaant eminence near Ca . rTTriMt>glC butij mile?* from Portland. bav be<>u Piaoi d 10 'Bo moat ample ordt-r by 1 aubfcriber. ho mont reapectfullv solicit* me aiiuution of the public, aud cordially invites a . call irotn hi* old fritnd*. ibo house is plenant, retired ami quiet. Tbo furniture and furuiahings are all new, aud t herooma c-*y and eightiy. Tbo table* are tupplied with all the delacaciet as welt as the (•ubmanual* ot the *ea aon, aud tbo service ol one of tbe very bent cooke in Now England have been secured. Extensive aheda and a Hue ’table with roomy stall* are among.tbe convenieucoa ot the e«tabii«hmet>t. A nice Bathing liou*e i*utli.ient for tue accouamo dation of sever*] bat berk ha* been erected with step* projecting into teu feet of water, and the w bole m» cared from obdervatmu by a floating screen. Brooking Arbors grace the banka of the Pond and invite the indulgence ol the louuger. Hoping for a share of the public patronage the un deraigued prompt a to apare no effort for the cir at tainment of hi* guest*. GEO. W. ML'BCtf. ftbrook. May 21, 1864. ma\21dtf Splendid Pleasure Kesort! the’ white house. (ronwiiiLV wn.se> uocea.i J. P. M1LLKK.PJtOPKIETOK. Thl. popular Hotel has recently been pnr ioha,sd by Mr. MUIer(ot tbe Albionland ha, been thoroughly refitted, renovated aud re paired, and numerous excellent alteration, nMEOM^sdr. it Is located on tlie Saovarappu road, anout tour mile, from Portland, affording a beautiful drive over a go: d rood, and Jut about far enough for pleasure. It has a tine large Dancing Hall and good Bowling Alleys. In close proximity to the house is a warm : and roomy Stable, containing twenty nice stalls. There is also a well sheltered Shed, 1(16 feet long, for hitching hones. The ehoioeet Supper- will be got up for sleighing and dancing pari It-, who will find It greatly to their pleasure and advantage to reeort to the White Mouse. No effort will be spared for the entertainment ol guests. declv-dtf H ALLOWELLHO USE REOPENE Dl HEW FURNITURE ft FIXTURES! S.<«. DE.VNIS, Proprietor. HF" The public are specially informed that th* aciuuN. oonvemrm ana wen known Hallowbll Hods*. in tbe center of HalJowell, two milea from August*, and lour mi'ea frota Togus Spring, has been refurnished, aud is open lor tbe reception of company and permaucut boarders. Every attention will be given to the comfort ol guests. STABLING, and all the usual conveniences of a popular hotel, are amply provided. Hallowel', Feb. 1 18d4. mch26 eodtf THE AMERICA* U018E, Hanover Street .... Bocton, The Largest and Best Arranged Hotel IK NEW ENGLAND. LEWIS RICE, Proprietor, ooiely CITV OF PORTI^ilTO. NOTICE is hereby given, th»t it is the intention of the City ( ouucil to discontinue a part ol Con gress Street—beginning at the south-westerly line of tbe A A S. Lswreuce Uailrcad. and continuing to low water mark. And tbe Joint Standing C ommittee of tbe City Council, ou laying out new Streets, iu pursuance of an order of the City Council, passed on the 13th day of Jane. 1831. will meet for said purpose on Wednesday, the 22nd day of June, at 3 o'clock iu the afterm»on, at the erostdug of Congress street over the A. it S. E Itrilroad, the place of beginning, and then and there proceed to view and discontinue *aid street. All persoii* interested will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. (siren under our hands this 14th day of June. A. I> 1884 JACOB LEI,LAN, | STEVENS SMITH. | Committee ou WM H SIEWAKT. 1 T . JNo. I). SNOWMAN, f out O. hi. 1 ADD. ' New Street*. Vt M. G. SOCLE, ) Portland, June 15, 1834.—dtd Ordinance Against Dogi. City of Portlakd, M ausha l’b Offkk, i May 2d. 1834. J Section 1—No dog shall be }w unit ted to go at large or lco*e iu any street lane, alley, court or trav eled way, or in any un inclosed or public pi*rein this cit> . until tbe owner or kee)>er of such dog, or the head oi the family, or the keeper of the bouse store, i shop, office, or oth* r place w here such dog Is kept i or harbored, shall ha\e paid th© City Martha! two dollars for a licese for such dog to go at large. 7 —In cam) any dog shall be found loose or j going at large, contrary to any of the foregoing ; provisions. the owueror keeper thereof, or the head of the family or keeper of tbe house, store, cffice, or other place where such dogis kept or harbored.shall 1 forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding ten dollars. I<iey5d2ni JOHN 8. 11 KALD, City Marshal. j PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will issue l'ulioes to be free slier tbs payment ot six, eljtbt or ten Premiums st the uptlon of the insured and at rates as low as auy other ' Company. The Issue ol Free Pollutes renders It at ; the leaat equal if not superior to the participation i companies. Office No. 10S1 Middle St. CHAKLKB HOLDEN, Pres. EDWAKD SHAW, Sec. FeblSdfcwtf. • BOR SALE & TO LET. HOUSES AHD LOTS FOR SALE, HITPATEI) OH Franklin, Aldeu, VI asblngtoo, Montreal, Fox and Sumner Street*. PRICES FROM *1,(100 TO *2,000. Also, TWO SMALL FARMS, in Cape Elizabeth. Terms liberal to salt the parchaser. Enquire of ELBRIDGE GERRY, ap23 dlw eodtf No. 69 High Street. Valuable Farm tor hale. 8ituato<i in Falmouth, eight milci 1 from Tortlaud, on the old Ora> road, opposite Black Scrap Monu ment. the farm contain* 4'» acre* fcoed land, well divided into tillage. paaiurtUrf anu wood iota. It ha- a large orchard, aud buildiugtt all in good repair. It ih well watered aud a very pleaeaut -itnation ; will be sold lor cash on reasonable terms, for further particulars inquire 1 ol J. K. KANli, Mo 0 Clapp's Block, or K!.'*IJ8 on the premises. junelOukw* House Lot* For Sale. ON Stevens' plains, within two minutes walk of the Horse Railroad; pica autly located Enquire of (j. E. BAILEY, 42 Exchange St. June 11,1864.—eod2w Valuable Heal Estate for Sole. UTK baie for sale a very desirable House, cen trally aud pleasantly located, tiuished aud furnished from garret to cellar; every thing in aud about the house m perfect Older; will be sold with the F uruiture. which ,e in good taste and in lice Ol der. Immediate possession given, llie house and lurniturc can be examined at any time, and intdr mation give by calling on HENRY BAILEY A Co., Auctioneers. maylOdtf Laud on Free street for Sale. 11HE valuable real cetate ou F ree street, known . as the "Furbish properly ” The lot is about liJ6 feet on Free street and eateuds back about 174 met. Said estate will be sold as a whole, or the easterly half of the dwelliug house, with lot about 40 bv 176 feet, will lie sold by itself. Application may be made to James F urbish l>u on too premises, or to LEO. K. B. J At K sON\ July ldtt 69 Rxohauge street. For Sale. THE liana property, so called, ou Windham Hill, in Windham, coutaiuiug about ten acres I here are on the premises a good Two Story Dwelling Bouse aud Barn, with other out-building*. The property is pleasantly situated aud the neighborhood Unexceptionable. For terms, Ac., apply to _ , HEBLOlS A JACKSON, Fortiar-’ May 18,1*54. 69 Fixchange St. mavl8iitf For Sale. A SQUARE block of land, of about 73000 acre* ol wood land, on tbe south aide of tbe river St. Lawrence, in Canada Earn. It la Intercecdcd by two conaiderable riven with eligible Mol sit*. Well wooded witn every description of timber, aucb a> Dine and apruco In large quantities, and maple, bercb, beech, tamarac ana baaa wo'dti any amount Enquire of H. T. MACH1N, •'ortlaud. Portland, Feb.1864. febvSeodtf For Sale or lo Lei. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over 10 rooma.largeatable and abada—eituated two and ona-half milea from Portland, and tba finest altnatlon in Capa Elisabeth for a wa I___J taring place, and anmmer boarder*. For particular* eaquire of GEO. OWEN, »P7 Stf81 Winter Street. Portland. For Sale, rpiIE Stock and Fixtures ot a lint clais Provieion X Store, now doing a good bus ness. sold only on account of the ill health of tbe proprietor. Adores* "W," Box 1928, Portland P, O. June 14—d3w For Sale. V HOUSE and Lot on Steven’a l lalqe Road, ad joining the Seminary Ground*, a very ilealra blcjlocatlon. Alao a number ofbulding lota near the ram*. Enquire of K. B. FORBES, on the Plaint June 10th, 1864.—«od3w For Sale. A T Wo atory Iloute and Lot. situated ou Port wX land street, with Staltie and othcrout buildings. Also two adjoining lots containing about eight thousaud square feet. Enquire of it. STEVENS, No. 47 Portland street. June9dtf For Sale, ri!H E two story brick House No. 2 Deer street, 36 X by L2 and barn 16 by 2i Tbe lot is KQ feet square, with good water and garden spot. F’or further per* ticulart enquire of BENJAMIN KNIGHT, Sitam Packet Company, Atlantic Wharf. junelStiilw House For Sale. AT WO story wooden house. No. 18 Adams street. 11 finished rooms, convenient lor two families - plenty of good water. For particulars Inquire ot „ , „ , B.J. WILLARD. Portland, Slay 14, 1864. mayUeodtf For Sale. ONE Express Wagon, nearly new, can be used for oue or two Horaes.it lias Pole and Shafts complete. For price Ac., call at No. 4 Free Street Portland. apr | eodtf To Let. OTORK now oocspied by ua, Poaaeaalon given kj Immediately. Alao, a Front Office In Hanson Block. 1»°8 dtfH. J. L1BBKT A CO. To Let. ONE STORE in Galt's Block Apply to H. T. M ACHIN’, ap22 dtf CITY OF PORTLAND. 4 TTKKTION is calkd to Section 38 of tbe Or A di nines respecting Interment*. if any iiemou shall be de irous to move out of tbe City the body of a deceased poison for iuhrmefit, be shall make application to tha Superintendent of Burials for pe-n i.-sion so to do, and said Miperin t -ndent shall grant su'h permission if no cause shall appear for wit nholding the same, and shall attend to sach removal in person, or employ one of the un dertakers of the city to attend thereto. Penalty lor violation of this Ordinance not less thau tire tor more than twenty dollars All violations of this Ordinance will be'prosecoted according to law. LOUIS BUMCK* Superintendent of Burials. Portland, June 10, 1864 —dim CITY or PORTLAND. in the Year One 'Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-/our. An Ordinance Amending tbe Itevised Ordinance on brreeta. Be U ordained by the Mayor, AUUrmen, and ( om mon (dnncilqfth* i*ty Portland, tn City Coun cil assembled, as follotet Ssorio* 1. Section 46otthe revised Ordinance on Streets is hereby aumuded by striking out the words “*ix and a halt o'clock’' in the eleventh life of said section and ins rting «be n urds live o’clock' ami als * bv striking out the words “the o'clock” in the thirteenth liue of said Section and inserting the words “four <Ao:ock, ’ so that raid Sectiou as ame nd ed shall read as follows, to wit:— SxrriO'N'Sd—A 11 firtir KU hrnn it lif hv wmitw.-.vl ... landed la Commercial street. sha'I be unloaded ou the south-east side of the rai.r ad track, and every article landed in the strojt, either from, or for the purpose of being landed upon the cars shall be so placed as not to obstruct any street or passage way crossing Commercial street, or connecting with it. and so as to 1 ave a clear space not less than f.»ur t6en feet in width from the coping atone, aud shall not be allowed to remain in tho street over six working hours after they are iaud*d Provided, however, that cars way be nnloadcd in to store, aud load* ’ from stores, on the uortu-west erly side ot said railroad track, after live o'clock in the evening from tho first day of April to the first day of Oc ober, and after four o'clock in theevening daring the other tlx months of the year. In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, i Janel3. 18&. j This bill having beeu twice read, pas-u-d to be or dained. JACOB McLKLLAN. Mavor. In Common Council. June 13,1864. This bill having been twice read, passed to be or dained. J II IIAMLKN, President. Approved, JACOB MuLKLLAN. Mayor Copy Attest: June 15—PJw J. M. HKATU, City Clerk. (J. 8. Marshal’s Notice, United States of America, I District of Maine, ss. J FL’KSCANT to monitions from the Hon. Ashur Ware. Judge of the United States District Court, within and lor the District of Maiue, 1 hereby give public notice that the following Libelsand Informa tions have been liltii iu said Court, viz:— A Libel against Twenty Bolts or Arhkoath Duck, 818 yards; and Ten 11aif Chest* Ixa. 416 LHS NET. An /^formation against Two Hundred and Six- i ty-eight Thousand Ciuai* An Information again* .Six Cases of Brandy and Ten Thousand Cigar* An information against Seven Casks contain ing i iiiriy-fivk Thousand Cigars, and Four 1 Casks containing 1 wenty Thousand Cigars, i A Libel aga’.ust Five Casks contaisiko I hir- ! ty nine Thousand One Hundred and Fifty ' Cigars Which **Lures* were for breaches of the laws ol the United Slate*, anti is more particu'arly set forth . in said Libels and Informations; that a hearing > ml trial will be had thereon at Hanyor, in said District < on the Fourth Tuesday if June current, where any I persons interested therein may appear, and show cause, if any can be a own, wnerefort the same should not be decreed forfeit and disposed ofaccord ing to law. Dated at Portland this fourteenth day of June, A. I D. 1864. F. A. OUINBY, L’.S. Deputy Marshal l>i*t. of Maine. Juue 14—dl4t * Proposal* For Rations and Ship Chandlery for R'vrnne Cut ter stationed at Port of i'< rttand. Com ector’s Office, I Portland, Me.. Jane 15th, 1864. ? SKALKB Proposal- will be received at this office I until 12 o’clock M .. on Thursday thefluth lost., for furnishing and delivering Ration* SLd bhip Chandlery for the Revenue Cutter station- d at this Port, lor the flvcal year ending Jurego.h, 18C5. The rations to of good and approved quality; to l*» delivered on b ard the Cutter iu g« od aoJ vittticient i ackagts, ban els, boxes aud cases, and in good or der, once a month tree of expense to the United States, agreeable to at relocation* aud table (mark- i mi-) attached thereto, which will form a part ol the contract, copies of which may be had by apply ing at tbi- office. It is understood that tho contract or will he bound to furnish, upon reasonable notice, as often as wav be required by tht ( aptsin of tin* Cutter, with the approbation of the Collector, (not exceeding, upon an average, one day In each week) such fresh meat and vegetables a* may be equiva lent to the corresponding parts of the *aticu allowed in the Naval Service. The bliip Chandlery to be ot the be*t quality and subject to the inspection of the officers making the requisition. All bids must be sealed and endorsed ‘ Proposals for Kations” or “Proposals for Ship Chandlery tor Revenue Cutter Stationed at Port of Portland,” and then plaeed in another envelope and left at or directed to this of fice, prepaid if sent by mail. By order of Secretary of the Treatary. I WASHBURN, Jr., Collector. _UALLKUAIKS. I REDUCED RaYeTT IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS -TO THJE West, North Weit & South West I W . L . LITTLE. 18 Agent for >11 the great leading route, to Chica go, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukie Ualeoa, Ostosb, St. Haul, Lacrosse, Creen hay’ tjuincy. bt. Louis, Louisville, lnui.nai.oli,, Cain.’ , etc., etc., and is p.epated to turn.sh Throloh 1 Tiokbib trem Hott'enu to all the principal cities and totvus in the loyal Slates and Canadas, at the lowest rales of lare. and a.l necdrul inioruiatibn cheerfully granted. Travelers will Hud it gtea'ly to their advantage to procure tbcirtirkets at the Union Ticket tlilice, 111 Exchange St rret, {VP STAIRS.) ^ • L). 1,1 1 1 _LK, Agent, W l'assengera for Califonia, by the old Line Mail Steamer and l'annina ilt.il. oa.l" may be secured by early application at this ollice. Tickets to Montreal <tnA (Quebec kti.l return (via the t.raud Trunk kailwsy ) mav be obtaimd at this agency on favorable terms. ina>2BuAwll Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s (■rent Combination »t EXCURSIONS! For the Beasoa of 1864. Ticket* Good to Return to November ltd. 3fi GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY. From Portland —TO— White Mountains, Montreal, Quebec. De troit, Chicago, Milwaukie, Niagara Fall*, and return AT VERY LOW RATES OF FARE. Only $10 to Chicago or Milwaukie, $25 out end return, tda. .Sarnia Line. To Chicago and Return, all rail, $35, Also, to Uoston, New Vork.upthe Hudson Hirer oa'aioga, Lake George. ’ * Keturniug from Niagara Falls either by (Jraud Trunk Hal.way, or by the Koval V[tl| Ltue through tue Thcusaud Maud, and lUipias efthc bt. Law American Afuticti (altr.n m*- r»»- TI.L . tax Cur. and at Refreshment Saloon* ’ ' 4 Arrangements ha*e been made with tiro Prori-o torso)the principal Hotel, In Mouarcal. Oneb o aud U. mil to take American Money at par, charging >ew ioik Hotel price*. For Tickete or luf.rmation apply to Aqzkt of Grand I runk Hallway. fc 1*. BEACH, General Agent, 279 Broadway.S Y •lane U.^Stw'W'W“““luul"44 **<■«“. Bmiior. PORTLAND ANDKKNNEBKC R.R. SPRING A SUMMr.it ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 -s'lW!,. Passenger trains leaveSkow began for orr ana and Boston, at 8 4.'. a At An Kas.a, n.o, A. M and Hath Id lo f. M. Aurmta lor 1 ortland ana Hostou at 6.&1 A. M : Bath ti.Sn A, Portiand for Ba'b. Alien,ta. Watelville Kendall’s Mill* and Skowhegar, at 1.10 P. M * Portland for Hath aud Augtuia H 16 P. M. 1 asaengera for ration * on tne Androscoggin Rail road will change care at Hiuuswick. Tne 1 It) t . M. train f om rortiand connects at infers* a 1,1*" •’,,th M,iue Uoniral Railroad lor Bangor, Ac , arriving mmu evening jSiagoeleaieBa h lor Rockland at »A.M.and3 Stages leave Angutla tar Belfaet At4 p M stager leave Skowhegmn at i; lu P. M for Anson 80 on, AC. Through Ticket, for all the Stallone on Uii. and the Androscoggin Railroad, can be procurred in Burton a. the Eastern o,tR.* nn April 18, ISM CD8HM*1< Vork a i'HiulicrmHii K«tiiimd. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and after MONDAT, April 1th., taut, train, vs ill taste as |1 follow*, until tart her notice 2 Saco Klver tor Portland at •» 45 "(Freight Train with Fatwetwr Car*) and 9 15 a. m., and 3.30 f m. Leave Portland lor Bmco Liver, 7.45 a. m. and 2.00 and r m. The 2 00 p. m. traiu out. *nU 5 45 am. min into i ortiand, will be- freight train* with paeaengii om attached Stages connect at Haocarappa dally for Sooth Windham, Windham Center ami Great Fall*. At Gorham tor West Gorham, btvodi*h. Steep Falls, Baldwin, fcebago, Biidgtcn, Hiram, Llmiux* ton, Cornish, Denmark, Brownfield hovel. F rye burg, Con way, Bartlett, Albany, Jack-on and Ea ton, N. 11. At Buxton Center for We*t Buxton. Bunney Ea gle, South Limiugton, Limiugtou and Limerick At baco River tri-weekly, for Hoiiis, Limerick. Os*ipee, Kewlleld, Far-onsfield, Eftngoam, Free dom, Madi*on, t aten. Corn *h, Foner, * c Fares 6 cents less wnen ticket* are purchased in the Office, than when paid in the Car*. DAN. CAKHENTEH, Supt. Portland April 7. lbt>4. dtr SHINE CENTR1L RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT Traits leave Portland. Grand Trank Station, f:r Lewiston and Aabnrn, at 7 a. M. For Bangor and intermediate station, at 1.16 ,.g RETURNING—leave Lewiston at 6.20 A. M., and arrive In Portland at 6 80 a m. Leave Bangor at 7 ») a. M .anJ arrive ia Portland at2 16 r. M. Both these trains conneet at Perllaad with trains for Bolton. Freight train leaves Portland at S a. M., and re taming is due inl’ortland at 1 f. m . Wages conneet with trains at principal stations, daily for most of the ton us North and East ol this **«■ C. M MORSE, Bunt. Watorville. K Timber. ISriJ deoli PORTLAND, SAt O& PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD. SVMMKll ARRAHOKM RHT3, Commencing April 11th, 1M4. Passenger Trains will leave the Uta tlon, Canal streot, daily, (SuLdays on oet.tedj ae follows i Leave Per Hand for Boston, at 8.66 a. M and 8.(0 r. m. Leave Boetea (hr Portland at 7.30 a.M. and 3.(0 r. m. Leave Portsmouth for Portland, at lo.OOa. M. and 6.80 r. M. These train, will take and leave paseengere at wav stations. Freight trains leave Portland and ltoaton daily. FRANTIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland. Got. 80.1S63. oc.il edtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Augusta, Muitir. THE Main* In-urauc* Company incur* again*! Iom or damago by Fire, Building-, Merchan dize and Furniture. on Urm* a* iavoraVlo am it Mn Do aoao Dv any solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLFH, President. J. H. WILLIAMS.Secretary. EDWAIII) *15AW ... Agent, No. 102 Middle Street. iMtlsMiir American Exchange FiRE INSURANCE CONIPtNY! OK NEW YORK. OHi>ii»l sSSiOO.OOO, • ■..are UaHdm«a. Merrhaadiw. Ilona, hald Fnrnllnrr. Hrnli. Ltawa, Y.a> ■el. Ike Stack., and siher Per .onttl Praterir a, tue l.ow e.t rrlea. SAMUEL BROIYN, I’rcident. WILLIAM RAYNOR, Socl»t*r. EDWARD SHAW A^eut, 103 Middle Street. aotiT lv<to<1 STATEMENT OF THE .Etna liisurnnec Company, OK UARTl'ORD, CONK., On the 1st day of November. A. D. ISttt, m required by the Laws of the State of Maine. rhe Capital Stock is...*l.oQO.OuO and 1eith Ike surplus is investrd as follows. Heal estate, uuincumbt red, 18 Cash in hand, on deposit, and in agent#' hund*. 216.950 66 * United State* Stocks, 512.*17 60 ‘ State and City Slocks, and Town Bonds, 6^9.460 00 Hank and Trust Company Stock*, 1,(>47,270 U0 Mortgage Bond*. oo Atlantic Mutual Ini. Co’s scrip, 1S82-3, 15.SS6 60 Total A-sets, f3.025.876 74 Amount of Liabilities tor Lossea not due or adjusted, 6175.411 It Amount at risk, estimated, 116,611? 4’b rv T1IOS. A. ALKXANDKK, PreaioeEt. Luoira J. liaansit. Secretary. Hartford, Nov. 7, 1868. J. C. CHURCHILL, Agant, No. t Iron Block, Porthmd Pier. dec5 dtf Dingo Insurance Company or run u/rr or rorrn. i.v/> J _ . Olllce No. UN t)MimiiR<- sirot't. Capital $300,000 fitUlS Company is now prepared to issue policies X on all kiud* of property insurable again-t tire, at euireut rotes A K. SUUMTLLK, President. JEKKM1AM DOW, Secretary. DlRKCTOltS. J. B. Brown, K. S. Spring. 1). \Y. Clark, J. B. Carroll, Johu Lynch, H. 1. Mgtmson. Tbu*tek«. 8t. John Smith. II. M. I'ayson, C. II. Ua-kell. Andrew Spring. N. O. Cratn, Philip H Brown, II N Jo*e, Jore. Dow, G. W Woodman, 11. J. Libby, II. J. Itobiuson, J. N. Winslow, 8. C. Chase, Alvah Conant, Win. Moulton. Portland. May 4, 1HT.4. inay&dtf Board. A Gentleman and bi* wife, and llm* or four »ln. gl* gentlemen cm Bud plea.nut rooms with board at M Cumberland Street wr+ Jun20 d2w* O. CHAU, I mg' ea^?!^ n ■ . STEAMBOATS. Portland and Penobscot River, Summer Arrangement, 1804. THE NEW, STAUNC H AND COMMODIOUS STEADIER LAD1 LAi\C, built expressly for thl* route, CAPT. WILLIAM H. itOIX, jfsWill commence Ler Scmmer Ar. range meut on MONDAY MOh.N N<r, June C h, Leaving Rangor ev er./.vioi.ua/, Wednesday and P rid ay Morning*, at 1 f» o'clock. Returning will leave R&iircad Wharf, foot of State street. Pcrfiand, every Monday, Wednesday ai:d Friday Kucning-, at 10 o'clock, connecting with the Eastern, Boston and Maine, and Portland, Saco i and Portsmouth Railroads, from boston and Way I btaiicn*. leaving boston at JJ o'clock, P. M. i ho boat will touch at Rock Ltd, Camden, Bel 1***. bucksport, Wlnterport and Hampden, both way*, i’a-.-fng./M ticketed through to and from boston, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem and Lynn. P or more extended iuiormaticn, apply to J. 0. ! Kendrick, Hangor; tno local Agent* at the various la dings ; the Depot Masters of the P. H. t p Las tern, a tni B a M Railroads; AbiW Somerbv, 1 ortlaud: Lang tit lie ano boston, or June4.—isdu °UAS M'KAi<' 0emral A*<'nt- : Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. One of Ihe following flr*t-clB*A "'earners of this Line viz:—Peruvian l.rjj' H leruiz, North Ameriou. Jura.Uei ■m-iwagieu. Nose Scotian, MuraOau. Da iiiu.i-u., WI.1 oil Mom Quebec, kvcbv Satcudat Mobsixo. for I,lver[>ool via Loudonnerry. I he HEMilAN to rail from t^uebeo Saturday raoruing, June 3c. AI»o the.teamen St. David. St. Gloeoe iR Abdbkiv. St. I'.tuck, tri mouth,y from (yuebec i for Glasgow-. Prepaid and return tickets issued at I reduced rate*. For passage apply toU.aA. ALL- i AN, Montreal, or to .1 L. t'AKwEK, lnayitidtf Nu. 10 Exchange street Port).nd. | International Steamship Company. ' LuMport, Calais A St John. TWO TUI PS FEB WEEK. On and after Monday, March 28, I the superior tea-going steamer ' >KW BRLN.SWlCK.Capt. K. B. i t Winchester, will leave Railroad Wharf, t«ioi ot State Street, evert Monday at 6 o’clock P M . and the Steamer NEW PING LAN D Capt. Pa. Pield, every Thursday at 5 o’clock PM ' fortastport and St. John, N. b , connecting at Eaatpori with steamer yueen, for Rohiusou, 8t. An drews and Calais, and with Stave coarhea for Ma chits, and at at. John with steamer* for Freder- ' icton and with stiamer Lnueror lor Digby Wind- 1 •or and Halifax, and with the E. k N. A. nab road for Shediac and all way station*. Returning, wi 1 leave St John every Monday and Thursday ai 8 o'clock A. M , for Kastport, Portland and boston. Through tickets procured of the Agents and Clerk on board Steamer*. Freight received till 4 o'clock P. M MnnrW. iDurxiay* °>»)6<*tf C. C. EATON, Agent. Portland and Boston LineT THE STEAMERS Foreat City, Lewiston and Montreal w-*dgg£i- rolfowi “nt,!fl,rth"BoUc*- "■ " Lmv. Atlantic Whirl, Portland, srery Monday, Tuesdiy, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at 7 o'clook P. il .and India Wharf, Boston erery Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. at 7 o'clock P. M. Farcin Cabin.S1.S0 " on Deck. l’jj Freight taken as usual. The Company are not responsible for bunco to any amount exceeding SfiO in value, and that Demon al. unless notice is given and paid tor at the rat# of one passenger for every *500 additional value. Feb.Ig, ftg8. dtf L BILLINGS, Agent. Portland and New l'ork Steamers SEMI-WEEKLY LINK. as _ The splendid and fast SteamshiDS . ^TiAedg "Locust point," ctpt.win.rrT, "POTOMAC," Captain 8heu. I'dfSsam'KlWOOD, will,until further notfoo, ran as follows : Leave Browns Wharf. Portland, every WEDNES DAY , and 8ATCRDA Y, at 4 P. M., ami leave Pier • North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATCRDAY, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Three ve-cia are fitted np with d ne aoeommodatlens for passengers, making this the most speedy, anfe and comfortable route for travellers between New York and Maine. Paesage 17,00, Inoluding Fare and State Rooms. Goods forwarded by this line to end from Montreal Quebec, Bangor, Bath. Augaeta, East port and St. John. Shipp-rs are requested to lend their freight to the steamers asearly as I P. M„ on the day that then leave Portland. r For freight or passage apply to EMERY A FOX. brown’s Wharf, Portland MB. CROMWELL A CO.. No. Bg Want Stmt, Nsw York. Deo. g, 1883. dtf PURER PATENT BOOTS. TflEIE above Boots and Sho**s are comfortable from *- tbs Hrat wearing and require uo * Breaking in,’' i aud therefore rnueh more durable. PLUMER PATENT BOOTS. I Men*$ Pegged Caff Ptumer Boots, S6 60 Men's Pegged Catf Ptumer Hoots, 6.U0 Mm’s Pegged Calf Ptumer B»ots+ 6 60 Men's l\yg*d Caff Plunu r Boots. 7.00 Men / Sewed Ca'f flutter Boots, §7.6< Men's Sewed Calf P.umer Boots, 8.00 Men s Fegged Ca'f Ba*morals, fi3 60 Men's fegged Calf Balmorals, 4.(/> Just received, all the varieties of the dutit quality, ! •i^lii and heavy Mol’s Cali Bo ts. Our Bo»t* are ! made of fight d’ffereut widris and are designed fur a genteel class o! leet not hitherto fitted by Heady , Mn n tifn et u ren Be of i* The? are made of the lx s* 1 s’oek. by the most careful and skillful workmen.aud ♦•very pair ia w a ranted bo; h in reference to stock* and workmanship ^ > rom Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. Brook’vn. May 9, 18B4. Dr. J. C. Ptumer.—Dear Sir.—Had my Hoots beea <»u n»e they could not have fitted me better.— 1 hev were more comfortable the very first day tbau nty boots generally are after months of ueage. . 1 cannot praice them too highly. They have but one serious fault, tfcey will make allot tier boot* so* m uncomfortable. by the way. yon carried off my la«ts. They were the rigi t ones, aud 1 toak them out with my own Laudf*. and know they fitted. Please send them to me again by i kprrss. I am, verv truly, tour obliged servant, a. W. BEJCt HER. LADIES’ BOOTS. I.sitlal’ I *1 isles r Pal...I* Datum*...1 IJ Al . Ladit'ii' Plum.r Patent Congress Boots, 4.60 j The above boots are made from the best stock, aud ; expressly to my own order. Every pair is warrant- j cd. the-atne as if a measure was ta»en. This work' isthe same as sold by tbe first clan- retail dealers in Boston, and pronouucedby them superior to the best , New York wotk. Latlie«’ Balmoral Boots. Ladies’ Serge Balmoral Boots, 91.75 Ladies’ Serge Balmoral Boots, 2 (0 Lud>»' Serge Balmoral Boots, 2.25 Ladies’ Serge Balmoral Bout-, 2.60 Ladle*’ Seige Balmoral Boot*, 2.76 LADIES* CONGRESS HOOTS. Ladies’ serge Congress Boots, 91/0 Ladies’ Serge Congress Boots, 1.75 Ladies' Merge Congress Boot-, 2.00 Ladies' Merge Congress Boots, 2.26 Ladies’ Merge L'ongrts- Boots, 2.5b ✓ Ladle** I'Moii DooK Ladies' Union Boots, 2.0' j Ladies’ Union Bools, * 2 25 • Just received, aU tbe varieties ol the purest qaali- i ty of Mi-x s and Childreus' Boots aud Mooes, and lor sale at fair prices. E. NUTTER. 92, Middle at. ; •June 1st, 18t>4. June 14* WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS M A S UFACTURKH’S BLOCK. U N IO X STliEET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, MAXCXAOTl'KKS OF Steam Engine*. Steam Boilers. Shafting Pulleys ; Gearing, and all kinds ot Machinery Also Low aud High Pressure steam lieatiug Ap paratus lor factories, Public Buildings aud Dwelling Houses. In this De par.ment the es abiishment has been uucoinmouiy successful Steam Cocks, Valves. Wuisties, aud am, Water aud Gas Pipe and connections fhrniehed at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and lalthrully Done. In oonn cliou with the .bare MUbltahiMOt U id Iron Foundry, with . larye Msortmeut of pattr.na aud . t’l.uiug Mill, wboiu wood planing ol all kind, may be done. ma,2 dtf P. $100. 1\. THE undersigned being licensed by the l uited State-, are prepared to procure Pension*, Bounties, Arrears of l av and Prize Money tor Sol diers, Seamen or thfeir heirs. Bills for Board and Transportation of Recruits or Draf ed Men collected. All demand-against the State er United States at- , tended to. Having an agent both at Washington and Augusts, aud having had lame experience, we feei safe in asserting that any business entrusted to : our care will be faitlifu.lv aud urcmptly executed.' We have also an agent in Now York to attend to tbe | payment ot Prize money. Adv»ce tree. Approved Claims oashed. MANLEY k SAWYER. Office82J Ex bangs, St., Fox Block Portland. Me. : J. H. MAMLXV. W 1. liWVU. Hon. Mam* Cony, Governor of Maine. Hou.J L. ilodsdon, Adjutant den of Maine. Hon. Wm Pitt Fessenden, U. M. Senator, lion. Lot M. Morrill, U. 8. Senator. June ltiwtf j MEDICAL. | Lyon's Periodical Drops TME GREAT FEMALE REMEDY. Lyon's Periodical Drops! **■ BBTTKBTHAH ALL Powder* A Quack Preparation*. Lyons Periodical Drops! -ARK Sara to do Qoodand cannot do Kara. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! I The Great reunite Remedy LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS '. | ABM BMTTMB THAI ALL PILLS,POWDERS f QUACK PREPARATION* ] LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! j ARE SURE TO DO GOOD AND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon’s Periodical Drops the great female remedy. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ARK BKTTXR THA.V ALL PILLS. POWDKRt AJfD QUACK; JtKDtClSKS. Lyon’s Periodical Drops ^re ^ur« to do Good and o an not ! do liarm. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Great Female Remedy. LYON’S PF/RTmvrnAT. nnnna ARB BBTTBB TUA9 ALL Pill*, Powders and Quack Preparation*. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS SUKK TO DO OOOD AND CANNOT DO. 11AKE Lyon’s Periodical Drops THE QBEAT FEMALE REMEDY Lyon’s Periodical Drops Are better than all Pill*, Powder*. And Qnack Preparation*. Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Sere te do Good and cannot do Harm. ^ Price, pi per Bottle. for Mia br all DrnirgUta. At wboleralc br W. » Phillip,, H. H. U»y k Co., Port load. i«c29«<mV1? CATARRH ? -AID — N0I8ES IN THE HEAD! ! CT'RED BY INHALING -A- Harmless Fluid, Or AGREEABLE ODOR. NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the lien*. THE hessk or TA^TE AND SMELL RESTORED ' DR. B. GOODALE’8 CATARRH REMEDY. Dr (toodale has combatted Catarrh nntil he hap fonght it down. It has beea a long war, hot his tri umph is complete. Through all cowing time his Ca tarrh Remedy wij] be known as the only one anti dote for a disease whieh superficialists have declar ed incurable. Cata>rh doctors, so called, spring up like musbroons on all sides, I be object of these pocket practitioners is money. They use dangerous Instruments. Th« ir violent manipulations irritate the already inflamed membrane. They Raver cure. Dr. Uoodsle’s treatment is medicinal, not mechani cal. lie does not believe in the force-pump system, which is working so much mischief. His remedy passes through the absorbents, to the seat of the dis ease, and obliterates it. It does not relieve merely for a day. but for all time Lastly, it costs a dollar a bottle—uo more. Or. Dodge qf Auburn X. T. After having witnessed the effects of this Remedy in Catarrh, thus speaks of it.-—It is truly and un conditionally a Uerculeau specific lor the * hole dis ease. Much an article ought cot to be “bid under a bushel,“ and any min who can iuvent so truly an efficient and posi'ire a remedy for such a loathsome disease, ought to be considered one i f the bene ac tors of hit race, and bis name and the effects o! bis skill perpetuated. Yours re<*pectfU>I ■. D. L DODUE.A. M Plinjf Milet, the *eU-tno*m Traveller, And w hose family iihvsieian Dr Gooda.'s was for many years, savs—“If Dr Gcodale says he can cure Cmtari h, he con cure it," Ae. Price §1. Mend a stamp tor a pamphlet. Dr R GOOD ALL'S office and Depot , 76. Bieeker street, one door west o! Broadway, blew Yoik. II II II EV luunl f,.r l'. u ».1 June 2d, 1S#3. juneSdly FIREWORKS OK EVERY DESCRIPTION CUTTER & AUSTIN. 22 ami 36 Federal Street, and 107. Ill, ,imt 118 f 0n greti si., /lotion, Wholeaa'u Dea'er* in Fin-w orks, Chinese Lanterns, Torches, Ac. TUB BBir UMOX LdHTBP/f Red, White and Bine, fur Political Procession, Exhibition, furnished to any amount. Seud for Price Lint. juaeOdtojulyt TOCLEAR THE HOI’SKOF FLIER, I'tt Bntcker't Celebrated LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER, A neat, ohenp article, eaay to ate. Every aheet will kill* quart. Sold everywhere. juuefliwSw THE BOSTON FIRE BRICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Worka, 3M Federal .treat. Office aud Warehouse id Liberty Square aud 7 Hatter) march St. tnanufaetare F ire Briek. all ahapea and airee, for fnruaeoa required to itaua the moat intense hent alaj Furnace Block* and Slabs. Locomotive Fire Blocks. Bakers' Oven and tireen-houae Tiles. Clay Retort* and aeee searv Tile* to act them. Fire Cement, Fireclay and Kaolin The undersigned will give their apociai attention that all orders for the above maauffictutc are execu ted with promptest. JAMES E MOM) *CO. SaLLtatt A«a»T», 13 Liberty Square. Boston, mchll aodtm TO SHIP BUILDERS. P. IS. A J. H. 1IUCKINS. /TOM MISSION MK1CCH ANl'S. aud wholesale and VJ retail dealer, in Snip Tutsan kdCuii. Hare for sale ml ibeir Wharf, Cixtbal Sqcaaa, E.st Boutox. 360JX10 letcatt and Oak Trenailt, 2.0011 Hackmatack Arise,. plaited. Also WulTB OAK Plxmk aud riMnaa.CauTSi r Bosnia and Flask Wbitb Pitta, Dm l l'UH, Ac. Particular at tention paid to F amishing Oak Plank by theCargo. mch24 d3m J. tv. SVKES. Parchnaer tor Easlern Account op LOCK. OK AIN, SEEDS. PROVISIONS. LARD, BUTTER aad WESTERN PRODUCK generally. Particular attention given to shipping by quickset and oheapeet rontm. No. 1U SOUTH WATER ST. r.o. Boa i7i. Chicago, Illinois. Raraaapuaa—Messrs Maynard A Sena; HAW Chiokering; C. U Cummings ft Co.; S. O. Bowdlear ft Co.; Charles A. Stone: Uallett. Davit ft Co., of Boston. Mass. Cashier Elliot Bank.Boston. J N Baoon Esq President Newton Bank. Jnwtoa. C. B. Coffin; Warren Ellia k Sons, New York Citv JyS'Udly. _ . To Buildcrk. OR sale low, the Sand on the lot corner of Mountfort and Sum oar rt recti. Appiv to john w. chase. Juaa IS, ISM jaacUdlta* MEDICAL. DR. J. R. H II (Ml E S OA* BI FOUND AT Bit PRIVATE MEDICAL ROOMS, Mo. 5 Temple Street, WHEBE he can be consulted privately, had with the utmost confidence by the afflicted, at all hour* daily, from U a.u.umiV m. ® »u .Jul'Jij. 'bo.f who arc suffering under the affliction of private d'-ease, whether arming Iron Impure connection or the terrible vice ol tell-abuM. Devoting hi. entire time to that particular branch of the medical prolesidon, be feel, warrantee in Goad Airrxxtno a UJuxr* allCasxb, whether ofiau, •landing or recently contracted, entirely removia the dreg, of disease from the .y.tetn, and making perfect and PERMANENT CUIIR. “ He would call the attention of the afflicted to • fact ot hi. long standing and well earned reputation tarnishing suthoient assurance of his .aill and sus •OSS. CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every intelligent and thinking person mist know that remedies handed out l>om general use should have their elhcaoy established by well tested expe* rienoe in the bunds of a regularly educated physi cian, wbo»o preparatory study his him tor all the duties be must fulfill; yet the country is Hooded with •oor nostrums end cure-nils, purporting to be the best in the world, which sre not only useless, but al ways injurious. The unfortunate should be pabtio ulau in selecting bis physician, a« it ia a lamentable yotlncootrovertableiSct that many sypbilitio a* tients are made miserable with ruined constitutions Dy maltreatment from lnexptrienced physicians la fvD,h?iL?ct‘cJ,:, foF il “ * P°in: *«»■ f»*ly conceded y the beet syphilographers, that the study and man. 25®??»f„, .1** co™h|steM should engross the wl>0 "ou!l1 1,4 compoteut and successful id their treatment aod euro. The in ex* perleDoefi genera) practitioner, Laving neither od* portunit v n..r time to make himscll acquainted with their pathology, commonly pusrucs one system of troatmeot. in Boot canes making an icdiHcriminato use of that antfqaatt.l and dangerous weapon, Mw. cory. ■— " m HAVE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed an excess ef anv kind . Whether It be the solitary vice ef youth, or tlw sting ing rebuke of misplaced confidence In maturer yean, SEEK FOR AX ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The I’alns and Achee, and Lassitude sad Nervoat Prostration that may follow Impure Coition, are the Barometer to the whole system. Do not wait for the consummation that is sus to fo|. low, do not wait for Unsightly L'leen, for DlaabloJ Limbs, for Loss of Beauty and Complexion. HOW MAXI THOUSANDS CAN TE3TIFT TO THIS B T UXHJPP T EXPERIENCE. Young Men troubled with emireiors In eloen a complaint generally the result of s lied habit Iss ' — --—f ...-..j , miu ■ i iwi cur® war* ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day panne but we ire coneaited by oas 1 or more young men with the st ove disease, noma «| whom are ae weak and emaciated as though they bad the consumption, snd by their friends supposed to hare it. All such c lees yield to tbs proper aad only correct course of treatment, and ia a short time art mads to rejoice ia perthet health. MIDDLE AGED There are many men at fnoiiv .. - w. w ....ouro troubled with too frequent cvacuanens from is. bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting os burning sensation, and weakening the system In a manner the patient cannot acconnt for. Os icing urinary dep- sits a ropy sediment will oitaa to found, and sometimes small particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will ha of a thia milkisb hae, again changing to a dark and tnrbid appearance. There are mane men who die of thia difficulty .Ignorant of the cause, which is the SECOND STAGE OP SEMINAL VjfAKNASP. I can warrant a perfect cam in such cases, aad a full and healthy reeloration of the ariaary organa Parsons who cannot personally consult the Dr', can do so by writing in n plain manner n dewsription of their disease, and the appropriate remedies will be forwarded Immediately” All correspondence etrietly confidential and will be returned if desired. Address. DB. J B. HUSHES, _»o. 6 Temple St., roomer of Middle) Portland. E^"Sond Stamp tor mroaiar. Eclectic medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. D*. HUGHES particularly iarttaa all Ladles w hr. aeed a medical adviser, to call at hie rooms. Mm. t Temple Street, which they will dad urraaged far their especial accommodation. Dr. H.’« Eclectic Renovating Medicine.are a'.rival lad in efficacy aad aaperior vtffiue ia regain* lax all Female Irregularities. Their action ia spsiBa aai Certain of producing relief in a abort tima. —A DIES will dad It invaluable In all casaa of oh • tractions after all other remedies have been triad ia tala. It is purely vegetable, containing nothing ia the least Injurious to Poe health, aad may b. tsVa. with perfect safety at all tima*. ' ™ Seat to any part of the oc entry with fall direction, hyaddreeslu* 6b HUGHES, >0.1 Temple Street, torner of Middle, Portland. M. B.—LADIES droitlng may consult ons of thols own sex. A lady af experience ia ooastaat attend aa»* lent d* wly MORE TESTIMONIUM! m MRS. MANCHESTER It constantly re ceiling unsolicited testimonials at the otfoasthMf cures perform*.*! by her. Among many recently received are the fallowing, which are commended tothe notice of the afflicted. Mrs. Man cheater may bo eoaaaited at No. II Clapp’a Block,Room No.*. A CAS* OP SPINAL DISEASE CUE ED This la to oortlfy that 1 went to sea Mrs. Manchoo tsr last March with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, for which she had been doctored Dm dve years, and by a number of physicians af kinds; and she hae had tu-entymno applications electricity applied, hat all to an effect, bat sha van tinaaiiy grew wono. 1 came to the conclusion, the last resort, to go aad sec Mrs. Manchester, aad did to; and to my grant snrpriao the told mo the g rat aass ot the disrate, and how she bad bean from tima to time, which encouraged me to try her medteiaao. I did so. and now my daughter is able to he arawad the house all ct thotime. bhealso rtdee tan or *!• tcea mils, without nay trouble or iaooaveaieaoosaad i think ia a short liras the wUi be restored to porfhot health. Since my daughter Las been dootoriag, 1 have heard of a great usany eases that Mrs. Minch, s ter has cured. I think if any person deserve# pat* ranage, It is the one who tales to preeerr# the health oI thosink aad insuring, and i know that she asos evary ohort which Has in her power to beaoflt hot petleau. Sanaa L. tram iisoaeikstuiTg Anar E. Kxioaiw, Rune huiontn. Bnmtwtct, Maiac, .isyssl it*. ONE OP THE GREATEST Cl EES <m REWED. statement of my ease may be of eereiee to ether* similarly afflicted. 1 hsstea to (Its it to yoa. fkie Is briefly my case-1 was takes slab aboat H months ago with the Liver Complaint la a vary bad form. I applied to fbur dffltrent physicians, bat re ceived no bcncilt until I called on yea. At that »<-~r f had gives up business, and was in a vary bad state, but aftertaklsg your aedieiae for a abort time I be gan to rooover, aad In two month* I was eatireiy well, and bad gained several poaads of flesh, aad oaa truly say that by your skill I am a perfectly keel* hymen. J osar a Dana. Rotten ( Motmr Depot, Portland, Me. A REMARKABLE CURE DP A CASE OP DRo ST CURED B T MRS. MAMCMESTEE. This Is to certify that I have heea cured of the Dropsy of Alicea years standing by Mrt. Mamcktt ter. 1 have been to pbysiciaat In Boston. Hew Turk aad Philadelphia. They all told me that they eouli do aothiag for at*, unlaas they tapped me, and a* •arad me that by Upping i could liv* but a short time. I had made up my mind to go home aad lira at long as I could with the disease, and thea die. Oa my way home I stayed over night In Portland with a friend of mine, and told them what my mind was a regard to my disease They (sally persuaded me to go and see Mr*. Manchester, (he examined me ^ aad told me my ease exactly. Hi I was so much astonished to think that the told mu correct./, that I told her that I would take hat msdt- - alnoa, not having the least la'th that they would me any good, or that I should get the slightest relief from any course whatever; finally 1 took the medi cine and went home, la one week from the time 1 commenced taking the medicine, I had over three -aliens or water pass me In seven hours; end my fei lew sufetrert may be assured that It was a great relief to ms. I had aot been able to lie down la bed at night before this fbr two years. Now loan lie do with pcnect ease. I have taken her medieta, I s eight months, and am as well as any man could r to be. and ao signs of dropsy. I woald advl.; that are siek to go and oonsnit Mn. MoacA. s. > vaa if they have been given ap by ether t. ■Irina*. I have cent bar a nember of ease* efett.. Hawses, and the baa eared them also. Uo aad for yourselves. I had ao faith, bat now my fhiih Baaaot be sbahed In her skill in telling end enrteg Daaasa. CaaainaS. Us anon, Sabah E. Usual)*, Mabt A. Usauoa. Nwwger. Matas, April Id. Ouaioa Hotter—From A A w.till IP. kL aaglT istoaui edly JAMES EDMOND & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON Are prepared to order at 'favorable rates, COLT. NESS and ULENl, AKNOCK Pia IRON, A1*0, BAR, SHEET, J BOILER PLATE IRON, 1 of KnxIUb tnd Scotch Manufacture. W© shalleoutinue to reoelTe, In addition to onr American Brick, a regular eupply of CNilUSH, SCOTCH, k WELCH FIRE BRICK mchll eodSm

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