Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, June 28, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated June 28, 1864 Page 4
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m k The Brave at Home. BY T. B RfcAD. Tbo maid who blud* Lcr warrior’s sash With s aile that welt her pain dissembles, File while ben. alb her dropping lash O 10 starry tear-drop baugs aud trembles, Though heaven alone recoids the tear, And tame shall never know her story. Bar Lean shall abed a drop as dear As ever da wed the Bald vt glory. The wife who girds the hatband « sword, 'ifi i little outf< who weep or wonder, ,, An * gravely spcaa the cheering we«d, W'hai though her heart be n»“t aaunatr— Doomed niguily In her dreads to b*ar Tae bolts of war around Mm rattle. Hath she • as sacred bioodas a er , Was poured upon the fl«ld of battle. The mother who coDOfkl* her grief, When to her breast *on *“e presses. Thun breathes a ft-vv^rava woids and brief, Kis ing tae patrit i brow she blessaa, Wlih no one bnt bor secret Uod To know tne jaAi that weighs upon bar, gbeds holy blood as e'er the sod Received on Freedom’s held of honor. Writim for the /r«li. The Soldier’s Des& Where the bugle’s wild avaLla Wakes no more at early day, From the midnight *igil louely, And the whi .a t«*u far away I Gone where roa'Of booming cannon, Fla«h of sab«. ahriek of abeii. Break no ino* upou hbalumbsrs, Bidding * a long farewell. Gone! b» oot with *tep of soldier, hot soldiers mar.ial mein L0n# 4.d rile at on the Journey, XU* so many erst have been. y,>1 his martial cloak about him, /ire the guns, the soldier's knell! ,ik« his sires in peaceful graveyard, Far away, be slumbers will. Jgjyyb Itfilv H. B. /M a «r__J LI. ITT_2_TV_ ;u 4LUOB kuu luo iv vuuvitvu a/ug* Ouriug the summer of 1850, a gentleman by the name ol "Old Moss,” who was considera bly a wag, vaa travelling on a steamboat up the Missi??ij»i Kiver. He had with him au ugly cur tli at he called ‘Major’. Old Mots was aeaied with anumber of men in the cabin, and as was usual »ilh him, was boasting of what he 1 could do. Tb‘ captain, who was standing near, i remarked ilia what he said might be true, but j he did not blleve it. Moss replied that he would bet bln treats for all the gentlemen present 'bat te would make his dog do three things, be teling him to do them. The cap- ; tain took the jet. Old Mots ten opened the door and went owl on the gurds, followed by the captain and the gentleinei present, who were quite anx ious to see lb' sport. Moss seiaed his dog by the nape of th neck and tossed him overboard. As soon as hetouched the water, Moas yelled out— “Swim, Mapr, swim!” • The dog tan, of course. Moss kept bis eyea on the dq. As soou as he perceived that the dog coul' touch the ground, he yelled out— “Wade, Majr, wade!’’ Major wadd till he landed on the ground, whet.’ Moss stsated out— "Shake yot-self, Major, shake yourself!" Major shoo, himself. Moss turned to the captain, who with the gentlemen present, i were convuls'd with laughter, and said— “There! I hive won the bet ” It Is useless perhaps, to aay that the captain paid the treat. An Irishmai was requested by a lady, no torious for he- paratmouiousness and niggard ly habits, to do some handiwork for her. The job wss perform'd to her complete satisfaction. ‘ Pat.’’ said the <*d lady, I must treat yon.” “Oud bless your h'noar, ma’am.” replied Pat. “Which would you prerer’ a glass of porter or a tumbler ol pune,?” “I don’t wish to be troublesome, ma’am,’ Mi<l the Hibernian, turning round and wliuiogstthe thin-ribbed butler, ‘‘but I’ll take llie me while you’re tna kiug the other.” O FFIOE OF T H K ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, MKW YORK, JANUARY 88, U64. THE Trustees, in ''onforoitr to the Charter o4. the \ Company, ► uOnrt the following statement of * R«f afT os uii the 31st I) ccrob< r, 'fin*: Fiemium; received on Marine Ki*ks, lium 1st January, 18o3, to 31st Do CIUU ,, iSJl, •»,21(,»8 S3 Pr mi urn* on Pofiefes not marked off lot January, 1863, 1,706/02 24 Total amount of Marine Premiums. 919,uU6,001 17 No Po icitfft hare been i-sued upon Life Kiftka; nor upon Kfre Risk* discoai nedtid wlfb Marine Ritas. Premium* marked off from 1st Jao., 18 jJ, to 3l«i December, 18 3, *7.607,688 66 Lof*e* paid duriug t*e same period, 3.806.661 04 Return* of Premiums and Expense*, 1,032,967 48 The Company ha* the following Asse t, Tic: Unit 4 S»a’e* and fctst- of New York bloc 1, City. Bank an 1 other Stocks, *3.492 631 30 Loaus secured by btocke.audotbenrite, 1,460,700 00 f Real E -tar«aud Bonds and Mortgages, 193,760 00 - Divii»ndsou Mocks,Interest 00 Bouds and Mortgage* ana other Le ans,sun dry Notes, re i tsuraces and other claims due the Comp 7 , estimated at 104,964 B1 Premium Notes and Bills Keoaivahle, 8.2TI.876 63 Cash in Bank, 544,813 88 Total amount of Assets, *9,266 456 32 Six pe c-nt Interest on the outs tan lux certifi cate* o» p ofitswltl bj paid to the holder* thereof, or their legal representatives, on and alter Tuesday the Secoud of February next. * After reserving Throe and One half Million Dollars | of profl’s. the outstanding certniostes of the issue of I 1862, w 11 lie redeemed and p*ld to the holders there ol, or their legal re^resenfaiiv. a, on and after Tues day, the Second of February next, from which date 1 aliuterebtd hereon will cease. The certificates to be produce* at tbs timeoi paymeat, anu cancelled 1 A Dividend of Forty Per Cent, i* doclared on the net earned premiums of the Company, lor the year ending81*1 December, 185*, for which certificates will b* issued, on and after Tuesday, the Fifth of April next. The Prodts of the Company .ascertained From the 1st of July 1842.to the 1st of Jan . 1863, fur wh oh Certificates were issued, a uount to §14 339 •*> Additional from 1st Jan., 1868, te 1st January, 1864, 2,630 000 ! _ ~ Io*alpro#t« for 21} year*. «16,8M^80 The Certificates pre • ion* to 18d2, hare been red reined by ca<b, 11,690,210 Net aaruings remaining with the Com* pany. oa l»t Jaoaar> 1864, U.263 m By order ol ihr H ard, W. TOWNSEND JONES. Seoretary. TRITSTE ES. John D. Jonea, lJavi.i Lana ' harler Denol«, Jamn Brr-e "• ii. moors. » m. Sturgis, jr., Thos IIlotton, H b.Itogert Henry Coil, A. A. Low, W . C. r.okeriyill, Wm. b. Dodge Iwwta Curtis. Deunl. Perkins, Chas.U Kueell. J. *. Geillard, Jr.. Low II Unlhrcok, J. Henry Hurgy t U«r(t..yt, Cornelius Grtnuell K. H Weston, c. A. Hind, Koval I’lu-lp , Watts Sherman, Caleb Barstow, E. E. Korean. A Y. Fillor. B. J Howland, Leror M Willey, BenJ. Babcock. Danie S. Miller, Fletcher Westray, ? Nja.li. K. K Minium. Jr., I Joth'aJ Henry, O. W. Burnham. <«eo. G Uobaon, Fred. Chaunrey, James Low. JOHN D JONES. President. CHARLES D*NNLS. Vice President. W. H. B MOORE, Id Vice President. KF*Applications forwarded ami Oraa Policiu procured by JOHN W. HUNGER, Agent, Mo. 1GS Fore street, heed of Long Wharf, PORTLAND. UK. .Tone 8 —wllwkeodtojentt ' A IR open Day »nd Evening, lor a Tk*ro«fch Basinets Ed icatlon. Located lSSO. Hanson Block, Middle St., JVo. 101. Scholarships good in any part ofthe United stales • ■• Principal has had 80 years experience; is always on loe spot,and attends to liis business, and prom- i Isos, ax during the piast 12 years, no paina shall be epirod in the future. Five liundred references of tlie tirat claas basiness men, with many others of thir | offf, will testify to the practical utility, capacious ness a nd completeness of my systems and manner ot teaching, ami citizens Of other cities have testified to the as me. Diplomas will be awarded tor thor- 1 ougli courses. Able Assistants secured. Bartlett’s PNu. the founder of Commercial Colleges, strictly ‘“?W<KV0 V r.gY.A' "ot Certain tlmw will be devoted to Commercial Law elueitMtiona — Come all who have failed to be taught a hualne-i hand-writing and I will guarantee to you suocew Applications solicited for Accountants. Separate in etruction given. Students nan enter any time. Sep ante rooms for Ladlue. Tuition reasonable. Iotrj. cate aocouuts adjusted. Ladles and Gentlemen that desire to tike lessons, or a full, or a separate oourse In either Book-Keeping, Navigation. Commercial Law, Phonography. Higher Mathematics, Civil En gineering, Surveying, Native Business Writing, Commercial Arithmetic. Correapondenoe, Can Marking, (nud teaching (mm printed copies and w111 Molded please call, or ad drees the Principal. K. N.BROWN. Portland, Ost.t, 185* oc» tod fceowly e*S’' ' ■■ MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOBPRINTINGOFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & CO., Proprietors,' Fox Block, 821-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND. ME. Attention is rospev tally invited to our unrivalled facilities for executing In TUK BEST STYLE OF THE ABT, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Oar Katibliahmcnt It furnitlied with all th. ap proved MODERN MACHINERY, And onr collodion of Book and Fancy Types Will boar tavorable comparison with any establish* meut in the city. Business and Professional Cards, (Of every variety, etyle and coat, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Bill-Head* Rated and Cat in the Neat est Manner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS, Of every description executed In the beat style. Railroad, and other Corporation Work, done with promptness and fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIES, BILLS OP LADING, TIME TABLES, and all sorts ol LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at short notice. SenwM, leparli, ud SI Lindt of Pwplilm, Put op In superior style. Bronzed nnd Colored Label*, For Apothecaries, Merchants, and Fancy Dealers, f ot up la the best style of the art. Weddin<>: Cards, Notes o/ Invitation, Visiting Cards, Lists <\f Dan ees, etc., etc., of every variety and cost, furnished ot short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hand-bills, Shop-bills. Proirtini mes, Circulars, And plain printing of every description Alao, Rat, land Figure work, executed neatly, and on terass that cannot fail to satisfy. THE DAILY PBBGB Printing Office tins one of Hoper* Improved Caloric Engines for motive power, end is farnishod with improved end eostly Presses—Cylinder end Platen— from the most celebrercti makers. We here in eon stent use one of HUE'S LARUE CY LIN DA II PRESSES, cepeblo of throwing off 2500 Sheets an hour; one of Adam's Power Presses—the best book press in the world; Adam’s end Potter’s Fast Machine Job Presses; Haggles’ superior Card Pres . Adams’ end I’nicfti large Hand Presses, fetandin# Presses, end ell the machinery nceesrary for e well appointed office. Tne Daily Presi Job Office is believed to be ss well tarnished ns any similar establishment In the State. Those sending order from the oenntry may rely on receiving prompt attention. We execute a 1 orders in the shortest possible time and In Ihe neatest and best manner. We will do ail kinds of printing as well and as promptly, and as cheap as any ether establishment in the City, County or £’ate. All orders for Job Printing must be directed to the Daily Press Job (Iftoe, No. Exchange street, Portland. Me. • The Job Office is trader the personal supervision of the senior proprietor, who is the CITY PRINT ER, and is himself an experienced practical work man, aad employs only well-skilled mechanics in this department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, Tbclargeat daily paper cart of Boston, ai d having a larger circulation than all tbe other daliu In the city combined, la published at the Ofli in Fox Block, 8!l f-tf Errhangr Strn*, rym .ru Dg Sunday cxoepttd, at S$,00 Pt*r Annum, wu.ru t ft per rent. «» flMnii tnteul lor abtakce TATMMtm. Semiannual IE* isrlerly • ascription* pro rota. Lest than throe -month*, •i*tp cent* per mouth, or 15 cent* a week. Slant.it Conns ICixra. or h'e»*«laaler* supplied at the r»i# or two and •no-third Cellar* per handred. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, The large*! paper In New England, eight page*, I* published every Wednesday, eontainlne all the news by mail a d telegraph, Important reading matter Maine Liat, Ma-ket Keport*. dr , of tLe Dally I'rees.at the followlog piicee, thi* singlr ropy, ear year, Invariably la ltd,Burr..*2.00 Eer *li aoatk*.. ] .00 Ta rlub* of f*or ur mare all to the •ante port office, each. 1.7 S Ta rlnb* of tea or atrr, all to the •ame post offioe, eaeh. bt.SO And a free copy to the getter np of the club. Subscription, solicited. Agent* wanted In srery town, l'ostniaetere reqsdlted toact as agent*. N. A. FOSTER & Co., PnopKiirTOBa. Portland June 1, 14-14. j,, NOTICE. WE. the undersigned living *oM our Stock of Coal aud Woon to M *srs. Ratal<11. McAlit do stueriu'ly ramm.nend them to our former curb mrr*. A'I person* having demand* against u, are rcqne*tiil <o prraent teem tor *etu» roeut. and all per OUR mdr-bted to u* are r- queried lo male Immediate pat ment *t ihe old s'and where one ol tt-e underrigtit'i mav be found for the present SAWVKB A WHITNET. Portland, Jnne6, 18«4. juaelldlw Coal and W ood J TUK enbsrrlbcr having purchtsed th* Stock of Cos' and Wool, and takes <he eland rtcently oecnpied hr Merer,, tavyrr k Irkilnee, head of Maine Wharf, arc now prepared to supply their former pation* and tha public general!', with a flue assortment of WELL PICKED AND SCREENED 014 Company Lehigh, Spring Mountain Lehigh, Locum Mountain, John's, White and Red Ash, Diamond and Lot berry, Together with the test quality of Cumberlan'd Coal ! A Superior Coal far lUaektmilhs. Also, Hard and Soft Wood, Delivered to order In any part of the elty. The former cas'omer* of Meitrs Sawyer A Whit- ' nev are respectfully Invited to girouseeiil KANDAI.L. MoALUSTEK A CO. Portland, June 13 1844 —dly Eyerireni Cemetery. THE Superintendent of Evergreen Cemetery will ' be at nls other, In New City Bui ding, entrance on Mvrtla Street, front 11 o'clock M. to 8 o'clock P. 1 M.every day. usaept Sunday*, to attend to any oalie In connection with said Cemetery Order* may be left at tha office at any time. ap25dtoangl U. C. BABB, Superintendent. I HHHWMMMffi|mamm[ HOTELS. OTTAWA HOUSE, PORTLAND HARBOR, MAINE Jason berry, proprietor, 1 Will open for tl** scmov, on Thursday, axtzMthe Wit inst. Tbit |. >.,ui»r W»t6fin« Place, KjjE*"ili. it. I'lffl'I romantic scxnxr r, And HEALTHY LOCATION, Htuatid on CUSHING’S ISLAND, 2j miles from the city, ii unsurpassed by any Sum mer ou Hie New EUKlifid coart. N. B Positively closed on ihe Sabbath to ail transient visitors. The Steamer will leave Burnham's Wharf for this Island regularly. juneldjbw BRADLEY'S HOTEL, American uud European Piuus, Cor. of Commercial & India Su. This House is si nated directly opposite atle Brand Trunk nai.roai Depot, ano bead for Boston aud Portland Meaim is' VI barf [ Connected with tiiis House is a first class J_iOvster and Dining Hull. J .111.1 HKADLKY, Jr., k CO., Proprietors. J. Bradley, Jr. r. U. Hr*dley. Junel5d6m Union and Temperance House, West Harp-swell, Is open lor the reception of Summer Board rs, and traucieut and visitors. This House is very pba-autly situated on I the Neck, one-lourth mi.e above the Steam boat Lending. HTJieala furnished at all hours of the day. blDAf.Y BAILEY, Proprietor. Jane 9,1864.—d3ur* Atlantic House, HCARBORO’ BEACH. THIS House having been enlarged and Irefltted throughout will opeu lor the sea* U n ou Monday, June 13, 1864, _ K. GUNNISON. N. B.—Positively closed on the Sabbath to all ! transient visitors. juuell Ocean House Be-Opened! ^ The undersigned hiving leaded for the '#4wt-I«chanuln»‘rlf «*uaUd uthe outer verge ot [ffiBvl[-”**, Klizabeth> With uu rivalled .acili Baitiiiitf, Bonling;, and Fishing, after °*>eD *or traiia*en*,lu^ permanent guests on and Tuesday, the 7th day of June. i>crv desirable conve ienco »ill b« .applied for the pleasure «ud com ona ot ita patrons with regard to the i equircuu nU and character ol a FIRST (LASS HOTEL. We feel a*v'ured tbit < ur exertions, added to the unusual an radioes ot the house itself, will secure us the at probation and patronage of the public. T-JT*Positively closed ou the Sabbith. lliLL ft JORDAN, Proprietors. Cape Elizabeth, June 7,11144. dtf BAY VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. The Subscribers take pleasure in an nouncing o their fricuussud aji interested 1 in H iding a tirst clansea-side Hood accom i_ ujodai ions,that Uieir new and spacious Ho Uj. «i ,^'(/j) nearly iu June. It con tains ail the mod ern improve;meats and every convenience for the comfort and accommodation ol the travelling rub le. Itta finely located, comma* ding an uunvalied view of the Penobscot Bay. The advantage* ot sea bathing and the facilities lor li*hing aLd boating areuu»urpa»*ed. Lor it# beautiful scenery and u tv lightlul dn\e» and waiits, ( aniatu in alicady favor aoi> knuwn asoue ol the most eligible and delight ful watering places In New England Connected wi.h the Hotel is a fine Livery htabie, hors* s and caniages having been se*ecteu with great care. The carriages are from the best esiaM.*hmeuis in the count, y, and on the most approved stylus, {steam boat landings ea#y of aocrss; steamers touching ev ery dav in the week. Jeiegraph communication w.th all parts of the c untry I (use wishing o ae cure good room* will do wel* to apply soon, as inanv are a.reaay c i'gaxt d. 7 ( IsHlNtf it JolINttTON, Proprietors Camden, June 2, 1W8 —dtf Pleasant Suburban Kroon. CAUISIC HOUSE, WEST BROOK. This elegant suburban Watering Place, located upon a pleasant emiueuce near Ca Ii iaic i’oud, but 2^ folio# from Portland, hav ing been p'actd in the most ample order by :he subscriber, he moat respectfully solicits iuc *».cotion ol the public, and cotdially invites a call fr^m his old irituds. I he hou«o in pleasaut, retired and quiet. The luruiture an i furnishings are all new, ana the rooms ■ The tables are supplied with all tho deiacacie* as welt as tho substantial# o< the sea son, and the service of one ot the very best cooks in New Ksglanu hove been secuied. Extensive sheds and a hue -table with roomy stalls are am^ng the conveniences of the establishment A nice Bathing House sufti iiuit lor the aocommo cation »*f sc*er.ii bathers has becu erected with steps projecting into ten i**et of water, and the whole se eurs.d from **oservat on by a Hosting screen Smoking Aroors grace the banks of the Pond and invite the indulgence ol the lounger. Hoping fur a share of the public patronage the un dersigned prom a. s to spare no effort tor the en er tainmeut of hi# guest#. tihO. W. ML'RCd. Westbrook, May 21, 1844. mu 21dtf Splendid Pleasure Resort! THE WHITE HOUSE. (FORMBRLT W1LSOX HOUSB.) J. P. MILLEJf,..,...PKOPJilKTO*. A .bit popular Uolcl baa recently been hi. < c.'.ucd by Mr. Milirr;ul the Albion ,nd baa beau tliurougblv relittud, renovated aud r* ; paired, and nuinoruu eaoelleut alteration, -luiade. it i, located ou tbe baccarapua road, about tour mile* from Portland, affoniingabeauUIBi drive over a go id road, aud Juat about flu- enough for pleasure. • It has a fine large Dancing Hall and good Bowllac Alleys. In close proximity to tho house Is a warm and roomy Btable, containing twenty nioe stalls There is also a woU sheltered Shed, 106 feet long, for bitching horses The choicest 8opp«rs wUI be got up for sfefgMng and dancing parties, who will hud it greatly to their pleasure and advantage to resort to the White House. No effort will be spared lor the entertainment ol decld-dtf HALLOW ELL HOUSE it E o pen E D i NEW FURNITURE & FIXTURES! • 8.(1. DENNIS, Propi ivlor. BT* The public are specially informed that the si&cious.-convenient and well known Hallowrll llocex, in the center of Uallowell, two miles from Augusta, tod four ral es from Togas spring, has been refurnished, and is open for t*e reoeption ol company and permanent boarders. Every attention will be given to the eomfort of guest*. »T ABLIKTO, and all the usual conveniences of a popular hotel. Uxllowel, Feb. 1 1864. mch26 eodtf THE AMERICA* HOUSE, Hanover Street .... Boston, The Largest nnd Best Arranged Hotel I* *SW ENGLAND. LEWIS RICeT Proprietor. #•16 ly The Misses Bailey s Home School. rptIK Miaft it Bailey having purchantd I bo place in JL New GloHceo er formorly occupied by the Her. F Ycatou, as a Bojrding feohool, propose opening there a Home ftrhool lor Liirls nnd Boys, in which the advantage* of a careful home training will bo united with thorough iu fraction in all the branches taught iu Seminaries of the ti rpt clan*. The tong exjperi >Boe« of one teacher a* Principal of a Home School in V'lririuia, and the reputation of the oth^r a* ft t»ucc'*«*ful r< acher ot many years standing. in Portland, will, it ia hoped, procure pa* tronageand insitr* success. A Gentleman of experience will be at the brad ol tlie Home bt partinem, and pav particular atten tion to the physical training of the pupil*. Tor in for u a’tion circulars or inquiie of Miss A. M HAiLKY. No 68 Spring ft reef. KxvKUKacxe-Kev. J. \v. Chickering, D D.; Iloo. John Neal; Charles A. Lord ; liezekiah Pack ard : J ofteph Llbbey. New Gloucester, 31 ay 26.1564. ina% 26dlwthen2tawtf Ordinance Against Doga. City or Portlabh M a rshal’i Orrica, l May 2 1, 1864. * \ Sec non 1—No dog shall be permitted to go at lar^e or luos* in any afreet 'ane, alley, c< art or trav eled wav, or iu any uninrloEed or public pl'cein thia city, until the owner or kreper of such dog, or the head o' the latinir. or the ktt per of the house store, ■hop. oilier, or otUi r place win re rucb dug ia kepi or harBOren. ,lud! h»ve paid the City Marshal two dollars lor a lie. ae for such dug to go at large. hat: 7 —In ta r nny dog shall be foiled looae or gelrgat largc„comrary to any of tb« foregoing provisions. 'he awnaror keeper thereol. or the head of the family or keeper of the house, store, office or other p ace where such dog is keptor harbored shall toilali aod pay a tuns not exceeding ten dollars l.iayo'l2in JOHN 8. II F.aLD. Uty Marshal. PAKTIC1FATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will issue Polices to be free after the .•ayiuonr ol six, eight or too Premiums at the option of the insured and at rates aa low as any other Company, the issue of Free Polloie, renders it at the least equal If sot superior to the participation companies. Office No. 102 Middle St. CHAKI.E8 HOLDEN, Pres, »W**D SWAW. So*. Feb 16 dfcw tf. j ■T"HrJ-**T T”** *~Trrr n—rr rvnnrimiir im FOR SALE & TO LET. HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALEr ■ ITCATEU OH Franklin. Aideu, Washington. Montreal, Fm and Sumner Streets. PRICES FROM *1,1X0 TO *2,6110. Also, TWO SMALL FARMS, in Cape Elizabeth. Terms liberal to salt the purchaser. Require of EliBBIDQE QEltKir, mp23 dlw eodtf Ho 69 U gh Street. | ——* Valuable Farm for bale. Situated in Falmouth, eight miles from Portland, on the oid Uiav road, opposite Black S.rap Monu ment. i tie la in coutnius acres good land, well divided into lihago, paeUifaiiA Mtu wood Jot*. It ha* a large orehaid, aud bunding* all in good repair. It i» well watered aud a very pleasant situation; will be Fold lor casu on reason*ble terms. For further particulars inquire ?» a y’ hio. d Clapp'* Block, or BU-Lr£ HAM) on the premises. junoi6o2w* House Lou For Sale. ON Stevens’ l’ltlus, within two minutes walk of tho Horse Railroad ; plea tolly located Enquire of u A.. UaIlKV, <2 Exchange St. June 11,1861.—eod2wr Vuluable Heal Estate for bale. VirK have for sale a very desirable Hoore, cen TT traliy aud pleasantly located, Uuiskeu aud furuislied irom garret to coliar; every thing in and aboui the house in perfect urdtr; will he sold wifli the Furniture, which a .ngood taste and in lire Oi der Immediate possesbion given, the bouse and furniture can be examined ti any time, and infor mation give by calling on HEAKI BAILEY k Co., Auctioneer*. maylMtf • and on Free street for Sale. THE va.uablereal citato on Free street, •known a. the ’’Furbish property The lot is about Its; Ret on Free street and c., tends buck about 174 ,eet. Said estate win bo told as a whole, or the easterly halt of the dwelling uouse, with lot about 4Ubvl76 feet, will be sold by Itself ' Application may be made to James Forblsh, Earn, on toe premises, or to UEO. E B. JACKMAN, Jn!yldtf ^_ 62 Excbauge street. For Sale. T'BE l^ana proDertv. so called, on Windlisn, him A m n indium, containing aoeut ten acres There are on tbe promises n gooi Two Story Dwelling Uou«« and Barn, with other ou.-builuin.s. The property is pleasantly situated and the neighborhood uuojLOeptiouatile. tor terms. Ac., apply to _ DEBbOId A JACKSON, Portiar.r* _Tayl»,18«4. 59 Exchange at. _maylSdtt For Sale. A SQUARE block of land, of about 78000 acres ot wood laud, on the south side of the river St Lawrauce, in Canada East It iaiuterceeded by two considcrab.e risers with eligible Mill sits. Weft wooded witn every description of timber, ruch as pine and sprnoe m large quantities, and maple, berch, beech, tamarac aou baas wo d toanr amount Enquire of U. T. MACH1N, ‘-'ortiand. Portland, Feb. U64. febgi codtf For Sale or *• Let. CLIFF COTTAGE, containing over to rooms,large stable end sheds—eilaated two and one-half mllee from Portland, and the Bneet situation In Cape Elisabeth for a wa „ tering plaoe, and sammer boarders. For particulars enquire of GEO. OWEN. *P7 dtfII Winter Btreet, Portlant For Sale. THE Stock and Fixtnrrs ot a Bret eta's Provision Store, nuw doing a good bus now. sold only on I account of the III healt i of tiw proprietor. Address "W.” Box 1928, Portland P. 0. ! Jnne 14—d8w For Sale. A HOUSE nnd Lot on Steves'. Plains Road, ad joining the Seminary Grounds, a very dcslra J blejlocatlon. Also a number of bn Idlng lot* near the sam*. Enquire of E. B. KOKBES, on tbe Plaint j Jnne lOtfa, 1864 -eodSw* For Sale. A TWO story llonte and Lot situated on Poit Innd ttre-t, wttb Stable nnd other out buildings. ( Also two adjoining lots containing shout eight thousand square feet. Enquire or N STEVENS, No.47 Portland street. Juuebdtf For Sale. TIIE two story brick Hove No. 1 Deer street, W by ?! sud barn IS by 2i Th»lot is Wfeet squire, with good water and gar-t.n spot. For further par ticulars enquire of BENJAMIN KNIGHT, S iam j Packet Company, Atlantic Wharf. junelS.,2w House For Sale. A TWO story wooden house. No. IS Adams street. 11 flnished rooms, convenient tor two tamilie.i plenty of good water. For particular, inquire ot _ B.J. WILLARD. Portland, May 14,1S84. mavl4eodif For Sale. F\RE Express Wagon, nearly new, can be need V/ for one or two tiorses.lt has Pole and Shafts complete. For price Ac., eall at No.4 Free Street j Portland. apr 1 eodtf To Let. STORE now oooupied by ns. Poise salon given immediately. Alio, a Front O9oo in Hinson Bloek. j )»n» dtfH. J. LIBBET A FQ, To Lei. ONE STORK in Unit's Block. Apply to H. T. MACHIN, ap22 dtf CITY OF POKTLAND. ATTENTION is cnlled to Section as of the Or dinance icspecing Interments. ! If any person shall be de Irons to move oot of tbe . City the body of a deceased p»i*on for lot- rment, h# shall make app'toat.on to the Superintendent of Barilla for pa'rolsaion so to do, and said Kuperin ’ Indent shall grant sn h permission If no cave shall i appear (or withholding the same, and shall attend i to aao^ removal in person, or employ one of tlio un dertakers of the city to attend then to. Penalty lor violation of this Ordinance not less thvn five cor 1 more than twenty dollars. All violations of this Ordnance will be prosecuted according to law LOUIS BUNCK, _ . Superintendent of Burials. Portland, Jnne 10, 1864 —dim CITY OF PORTLAND. the Tear One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-four. An Ordinance Amending the Rev tod Ordinance-on ' 8i recta. I As it ordained by the Mayor, Aldermen, and Com* | mon Council ofthe City of Portland, in City Coun ! cil assembled, as follows:— Saorios 1. Section ttoitho ravi»-*d Ordinance j on 8trc^t«la hereby aranuded by ttnking out ike words •'six and a knit o'clock” in tk«* iltiu.lh lit e j of said section and ins rtmg words fly* o'clock' and als • b» stiiking out tbe words "live o'clock” in the thirhenth Uue of said Section aiul in*r..tmw th*. I worn* “loar igciock, so that raid .Section as auic-na j ed shall read as foliows, to wit:— 8EcriON4G—AH trtic es brought hr railroad to be j landed i i Commercial street aha I be unloaded ou j the south-east side of the rai’r ad track, aud ©very ! article landed iu thettresf, either from, or for vhe purpose of being laudmi upon tho cars shall bo so j plsced a* not to obstruct any street or passage way crossing Corameroial street, or connecting with it. , aud so a« to 1 are a clear space not loss than four 1 tcenfectin width from the coping stone, aud shall not be allowed to remain in the street over six working hours after they are land'd | i*ravul*i. however, tba: cars may be unloaded ln ! fo store, and loads from stores, on the uortn-wesi* ©rly side of said railroad track, after five o'clock iu I the evening from the first day Of April to the first j of Oc ober, and alter four «.’©.'o kin tne evening | during tho other six months of the year. In Board of Mayor and Aldermen. ( j June 13. 1hH4. J This bill haring beeu twice read, passed to beor , dained. JACOB McLELLAN, Mavor . In Common Council, June 13. 18*54. This bill haring been twice read, passed to be or dained. J H If A Ml! ES. President. Approved. JACOB McLELLAN.Mayor. Copy Attest: Junslft—43w J. M. HEATH. City Clerk. U. 8. Marshal’* Notice* j United States or America, \ j District of Maine,*©. J FLKSUANT to mouitions from the Hon. Aslmr Ware. Judge of the United States District Court, , within aud tor the District of Maiue, I hereby give j put lie n1 tic© that the following Lit©Uand lulortna ! tions hare been filed in said Court. v*»:— A Litwl against Twenty Bolts i n Arbroath ! Duck, 818 yard*; and Inn Hain Cuasm ms. 415 LBS NXT. An Information against Two Hundred and Six TY-KIOUT THOUSAND < lUAhg Au Information again* Six CASKS OF BkaNDY and Tbn Thousand l igar* An Information against An vex Casks contain ino Thirty r'U Thousand Cigars. a..d Four C asts containing 1 wknty Thousand CIoaus. A Littl aga nst Five Casksc ktaimmi Thir ty nine Thousand On* Hubdrld and Fifty Cigars. Which seiaurcs were for breaches of the law* of the United Htates and is more paitlcu arly *©t torth in said Libel* and In format ions; that a hearing » nd | trial wilt be had thereon at Hnnyor, iu said District ou the Fourth Tuesday of June current, where any , persons interested therein may appear, aud show j cause. If any can be s own, wherefore the same I m ould not be decreed forfeit and disposed ofaccurd iug to law. Dated at Portland this fourteenth day of June A D. 18*54. r. a ouinby, V. 8. Deputy Marshal Dist. of Maine. June 14—dl4t Proposals For II if torn and J*<> Chandler g for (rrnu Cot ter it at toned at Fort of h rtlo-ur. COL1 KOTOS'B Ornc*, I Portland Me , June 15th, 1864. I SRAI.KD Proposal-will be received b( tin. office until II o'clock M , on Thurndsy tbe 30th iu.t , for furui.-blng and delivering K.tlon. BLd snip Chandlery for t lie Kevenne Cutter «t»iion .1 at tlif» I'ort, lor the B.cal year ending Jut eiSO h, 1866. The ration, to be of yood an I approved quality: to be delivered on b ard the Cutter I u r od and sufficient tackagea, bariel., boxes and can., and in r..,,d or der, once a month tree of ex|>en.e to the United State., agreeable to •< eeltcaiion. end table (mark ed -) attached l hereto, which will form a part of the contract eopie. of whi h may be hid by apply- ; Ing at thl office. Itia under.tood that the contract or will be bound to furnl.h, upon reasonable notice, i ai often a« mav be required by th (’apt.in of the Cotter, with tbe approbation of ibe ( olleetor, (not exceeding, upon au average, one day iu each week! j • uch freah meat and vegetable* aa may be equiva lent to thecorreapondinr pirn of tho atioa allow d In tie Naval Service. The chip Chandlery to be of the Krst quality aud .abject to the inspection of the officer, making tbe requialtion. All bid. unit be aemled and audoraed • 1'ropo.a). for Katlon.'' or "Proposals lor 8h,p Chandler, lor krvetue Cutter ! Stationed at Port of Portland," and then placed | In another envelope and left at or dlreeWd tothiaof flee.prepaid If aent by mail »T order of gaeretary of the Treaeary I wi*HBUKS, Jr., collector. I UA1LKQAD8. jusS REDUCED RATES 1 IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS -TO THK West, North We3t& South West I W. 1) . LITTLE, IS Ajrent for all the great leading routes to Chica go,Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dutrcit, Jiilwaukie, halena, UsAosh. St. Paul, LaCio*se. Citeu ifaj, : Quincy. St. Loui*/Louisville, ludLuanolis, Caiio i etc., etc., and is piepaied 10 furnish Ihrolob fleam a trout Portland to all the principal cities aud towoMu the loyal Stans and Canadas, at the lowest rates of fare, and ail needful information ! cheerful y granted. Travelers will find it greatly to their advantage to procure theirti:kels at the Union Tieket Office, 31 Exchange Street, [VP STAIRS,) W . D. Jjl'l I LK, Agent, ! IF* I’a»n*nger» for California, by the Old Line Mail Steamer »td Panama Kailioad, may be in ured by eariv application at tbia office. rickil* to MomrrrU am/ Quebec and return (rla the Grand Trunk Kaiiw.y ) may be obtained at Uiia agency on favorable te;m,. majgtijfcwu Summer Tourist’s & Traveler’s Great Combination ol EXCURSIONS! For tae Season of 1864. TicketN Good lo Keturn to November let. GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY. From Portland —TO— White .Mountain*, Montreal, Quebec, De troit, Chicago, W ilwattkie, Niagaia Kali*, and return AT rXRY LOW ItATXS Of VAkK. Only $1(1 lo Chicago or Milwaukie, $25 out ami return, eta. Narnia Line. To Chicago and Keturn, all rail, $35. #lso to boston, ftew lork, up the Hudson Hirer hu*acoga, Lake George. ' Returning from Niagara Fall* either hr Grand Tru.k Rat way orbytheRoy.l M*tl Lme through toe 1 hi usauu Islands aud Racing of the ht. law re nee. American Money taken at Par Tor Tickets, SleeD ing tars aud at Ktdrvwhtneiit baloocs v Anaugt incuts ha e been made with the Proprie tors ol1 the principal Uotei. in Monareal. OuebuC aud H tnJt to take Atneilcan Money at par, cnxrgiug New ^ oik Hotel prices. * ® For Tickets or inf rmalion apply to Auivt of Grand Trunk Railway. VV 1 **T 01 K. P. BEACH, General Agent, 279 Broad way.N. Y. June 1L-c4w LOW*’u- “',oru Agent, Bangor. PORTLAND AND KENNEBEC kTb. SPRING * SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Commencing Monday, April 25, 1864 ■•TJTiaa»,l Paraengcr train, leave Skowbegan for ort **>•* and boston, at Mu a. h Au *"*• a. M aud Rath 12 1 If.k. Aurnata lor 1 ortland aua Boston at 6.30 A, x.; Bath U.3o A. Portland for Ba h, Augaata. Wstervllle, Kendall'* Milot and Skowhegar, at 1.10 P. M. Portland for Bath and Augusta 8 16 P. M. PaMougcrg for-tatiouson the Androscoggin Rail, road will change car. a- Brunswick. 1 tie t 10 . M. train f otu Portland connect! at Kendatt • Mille with Mama Central Railroad lor llangor, Ao , arriving seine evening. ^bmgealea.eB. h lor Uooaland at » A M and 3 Stage* leave Augu'ta for Belfaat at 4 P M btaguv leave Skowbegan at C 10 P. M forAn«on so on, Ac. ’ Through Ticket* for all the jtattonaoa thi* and _ApHm 0MH““ ■ V«rk * turn berland Kailroad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. - On nod after MONDAY. April ,1th.. 1*84, train, will leave a. follows, until farther notice: Bkco River for Portltod at 6 46 (Freight Train with Passenger Cars) and 9 16 At K-, aLd 8.S0 f* m. Leave Portland lor baco River, 7.46 A. M. and 2.00 aud 6,20 r. m. The 2 00 r. ml. train oat. sud 6 46 а. M. train into I ortland, will be freight trains with passenger cars attached stages connect at Haocarappa daily for South . Winuliam, Windham Center and Great Falls. At Gorham tor West Gorham, btvndish. Steep ! Falls, HahJwin. bebago, Biidgtou, Hiram, Limiug ton,<orm*h, Gonmark, UrowiifleJtl. Lovoi. Frye burg, Couway.Bartlett, Albauy, Jackson aud ha toii, N. H. At Buxton Center for West Buxton, Bonney Ra gle. South Limington, Limiupton and Limerick i At naco River tri-weekly, for iiohis, Limerick, , Osaipee. Newtield, Parsoustield, Kthuguam, Free dom. Madison, r aten, 1 ornish. Porter, sc. Fares 6 cents less wnen tickets are purchased iu the Office, than when paid iu the < an, GAN. CAHPENrKK.Supt. Portland April 7,18*4. dtf nUVE CE.VTK4L KAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. CQHB Train# laave Portland. Grand Truk Station, far Lewiston ud Aubara, at 7 a. x. For Bangor aud Intarmudlate atationa at 1.16 r.x, RETl RM.NG—leave Lewiston at 6.30 A. x., ud Arrive Iu Portland at S.8U a. x. Leave Bangor at 7.30 a. x.,and arrive in Portland at 3 16 r. x Both the* train* connect at Portland with train* for Button Freight train leaves Portland at 3 A. a., and re- i turning 1* due inl'ortland at 1 r. x. Stages connect with train* at principal atatlon*. i daily for most of the town* North and Kent of thle ! 1!“f; „ C. M. MORSE,bup’t. Wntervule. N'veraber. l«+4. decl4 PORTLAND, SACO A PORTSMOUTH RAILKUAD. A U Mil MX AR11AXGKMKNTS, Commencing April 11th, 1864. MHE i'K»enrvr 1 rain* will leave the Sta Hir“3BStlon, Canal street, daily, tbandaya ex ocpteJTa* follow*: Leave Portland for Boetoa, at 8.46 A. a. ud 1.(6 Leave Boatoa for Portland at 7.30 a. a. ud 3 00 I r. a. Leave rortimouth for Portland, at 10.00 a. a. ud б. 30 r. a. These train* will take and leave peesengeraat way itatinn*. 7 Freight train* leave Portland and Boston dally. FRANCIS CHASE, Superintendent. Portland, Oct. 30.1863. oeSl adtf MAINE INSURANCE CO. Angaslti, Maine. THE Maine ln«urmtto* Company insure against loss or damage by Fire, Building*. Uerehan dtao aud Furnituie. on tormina favorable as It can he done hv any solvent Company. Policies issued for One, Three, or Five years. J. L. CUTLER, President J.H. WILLIAMS,Secretary. EDWARD SHAW-Aftf-nt, No. 102 Middle 8treet. mIImmIIv American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW TOHK. (Japiial #300.000, Bwlldin«a. MsrrhnadHr, lleu.e h«ld Furniture. Rents. Lenar*. Ves sels eu the Sleeks, anil other Per sonal Prs.rrti at 1st Un til rrles. S AMUEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RATNOR.Seoretur. EDWARD SHAW Agent, 102 Middle Street. •Ot37 lvend STATEMENT OF THE .'Etna InNiirance Company, OP HARTFORD, CON*., On the lit day of November, A. i>. 1863, as required by the Laws of the state of Maine. The Capital Stock la.(1.600.ICO ! mal mth the surplus is snresttd asfollnws: Rea! estate, nnincuinbi red, S87.9S3 18 I Cash in baud, on deposit, and in agents' ' bands, 216,160 86 1 United States Stocks, 6I2[m7 60 State and City Stocks, and Town Bonds, 668 460 00 Bauk and I rust Compauy Stocka, l,i4.',370 00 Mortgage Lends, 231,8.10 00 Atlantic Mutual lua. Co’s scrip, 1861-8, 16,886 60 . . T01tSl,A"’et''. . *3,026.818 74 Arnor.u*. ot Liabilities for Losses not due or adjusted. *178.411 || Amount at ri-k, estimated, 116 616 478 W TUOS. A. ALEXANDER. President. Lucira J. liAKnru, .Secretary. Hartford, Woe. 7, 1-63 J. C. CHURCHILL, Agent, No. 4 lrou Block, Portland Pier. dec6dtf Dirigo Insurance Company O r TUB CITY UF 1‘ORTL A A It. J Office No. 28 Exchange «treet. Capital $200,000 , films Company Is now prepared to issue policies X on all kinds of property insurable against lire, at current rsiea A. K. SUl'RTLEK, rresldent. JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. Diuonu. J. B. Brown. E. S. Fjiring, D. Clark, J. B. Carroll, John Lynch, 11.1. Robinson. TnuRTika St. John Smith. n. M. l'ayson. C. 41. Haskell, Andrew spring, N. O. Cram. Philip II Brown, II N. Jo.e Jere. Dow, (i. W Woodman H J. Libby, H. J. Robinson. J N. Winslow, A. C. Chase Alrah Conant. Wm. Moulton Portland, May 4, 1864. mnyddtt Board. AUentleman and hla wife, and three or four Bin* .**' gaotlamen enn And plmaaut rooms with board at 64 Cumberland Street Jnn» ttw* «. fui. steamboats. Portland and Penobscot River Summer Arrangement, 1804. THE NEW, STAUNCH AND COMMODIOUS STEAMER LADY LAACi, Built expressly for this route, CAPT. WILLIAM K. ROIX, jP**- Will commence Lor Sommer At uu MONDAY MOhN Juue 6 b, Leaving Bangor e* ery .Ho,.u*y, Wedneica auu 1-rid ay Moi nu>g*, at 5 o’clock Returning will leave Railroad Wharf, foot of *tate street, Portland, every Monday, Wednesday aim Friday Evening-, at 10 o’clock, connecting wito the Eastern, U jfctou and Maine, and Portland, baco and Portsmouth Hailroa* s from Boston and Way Stations, leating Botdon at 3 o'clock, P. ML The Boat will touch at Rockland, Camden. Bel fast, Bucksport, VVinterporr and Hampden, both w»y*. Pa-serger* ticketed through to and from iron, Lowell, Lawrence, Salem and Lynn. For more extended imoriuatioD, apply to J. 0. Rendrica, Bangor; toe local Agent* at the various la ding*; the Depot Master* of the P. 8. t p Eastern, and H. a M Railroad*; Abie! Sonurbv. Cortland; Lang k De’auo Bouton, or June 4.—Ddtl «•»«•' A*ent. Montreal Ocean Steamship Go. m One of the following flrst-cias* >^1* steamers t*1** Line viz:—Peruvian, H.hernia, North American, Jura, Bel ■^■■OBMgian, Nova S«*otian, Moravian. Da maavuo. **i.i sail trom Quebec, avisv Saturday Mornin'o. for Liverpool via coudonoerry. The BELGIAN to sail from Quebec Saturday morning, June 3d. ^ Also the vteamor* St. David. St. Georqb. St A»dr*w. St Patrick, tri monthly trom Quebec for Glasgow. Prepaid and return ticket* issued at reduced rate*. For passage apply to H. k A. ALL AN Mon tieal, or to J L. FARMER, maylGdtf No. 10 Exchange street Portland. International Steamship Company. RaOimrl Calais Sr K# I.kkn - TWO TRIPS PER WEEK. On and after Monday, March 18, tbo superior *ea-guiug learner NEW BRLN'SWlClCcapt. E. B. will leave Railroad w barl, i*MH ol State Street, every Mouday at ft o'clock P.M., and the Steamer NEW ENGLAND, t apt. E. Held, every Thursday at 6 o’clock P. M aastport and st. John, N. It , connectinc at East port with steamer Queen, for Robinson, St. An drcws and Calais, and with Stave couches tor Ma chiss, and at ot. John with steamers for Freder icton and witn steau.er Em. eror ior Divbr, Wind sor and Halifax, aud with the E. * N. A. railroad for sbediac and ali way stations. Returning, wi l leave St John every Monday and Thursday ai 8 o’clock A. M., for Eastuort, Portland and Boston. Through ticket, procured of the Agent.aud Clerk on board Steamer., rhPr»<Kht.ro©eiYed till i o’clock P. M, Monday, aud _tnayBdtf__C. C. EATON. Agent. Portland and Boston Line. THE STEAMERS Forest City, Lewiaton and Hontretl Will, anti] farther notioe, raa a. follow.: Lear. Atlantic Wharf, Portlaad, erory Monday, Tueeday, Wedueeday, nmraday and Friday, at 7o'clock P. M, aud India Wharf, Boatoa. Freight taken a. nenal. The Company are not reeponeiblo for baggage to any amount exoeedlng UO in value, and that peteon al, unlee. notice la given aud paid for at the rate el one peueanr for every *6UU additional value. Feb 13, IMF. dtf L. BILHKU8, Agent. Portland and Now York Steamer* SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. m . The eplendid end fhet Stecmehlpe POINT, ” Cupt . WlLLUTT, ^ T'-IrT-end ’ POTOMAC,” Captain Sana' AlUnoABSwooD. Will,until further uotiee, raa ae follow.: Leave Browne Wharf Portland, every WEDNES DAY , and SATURDAY, at 4 P. M . and leave Pier (North River, New York, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at S o’clock, P. M. Theee veeeel. are fitted up with SueaeeemmodaMeaa for paeeeugere. making tble the moat ipeedy, aafe aad comfortable route for traveUere between New York and Maine. PeMage *7,00, hioledlng Pare aad State Room. Goode forwarded by thle line to aad from Montreal, Qoeboe, Bangor, Bath, Auguetn, Kaatport aad St. John. Shipper, are requmted to toad tbetr Weight to the iteamore uearly ae I P. M„ ea the daythat thee leave Portlaad. Por freight or paaeage apply to EMERY h T<yX. Brown’* wharf, Portlaad. H. B CROMWELL fe CO, Mo. M Weet Street, New York. DooRlia. dtf PLIMER PATENT BOOTS. r|lH E above Boots and Shore arc comfortabie from A. the first wearing and require up "Breaking in," and therefore much more durable. PLUMER PATENT BOOTS. Men's Pegged Caff Plumer Boots. AA 60 Men's Pegged Coif Plu nrr Hoots, (.00 Men's Pegged Calf Plumer Boots, 6 60 Men's P>gged Calf Plumer Boots, 7 .00 Men s Seved Caff Plumer Boots. 87.6C Men's He teed Calf Towner Boots, 8.00 Men's Pegged Calf Balmorals, 98 60 Men's Pegged Calf Balmorals, 4.00 Just received, all »he varieties ot the finest quality, ight and heavy Men’s Cali Bo ts. Our Bo^ts are made of right different wid*» s and are designed f»r a genteel class ot feet not hitherto fitted by keadg Mans fact urea Boots Ihev are made of the b< st s:ock, by the rao-i careful and skillful workmen.and every pair is wa ranted bo:h in reference to stock and workmanship. From Rct. Henry Ward Beecher. , , Brook'vn May 9, 1864. Dr.C. Plumer — Dear Sir,—Had my Boots been 6<>rw on me th'*y could not hav* fitted uie better.— Ihev were more comfurtsble the very first day than my boots general!* are after months of usage. I cannot praite them too highly. They have but one serious fault, tttey will make all otaer boots seem uncomfoj table By the way, you carried off my laits. They were the rigi t ones, and I to^k them cut with my own hands, aud know they fitted Please send them to me again by espr^ts. I am, very truly. Your obliged servant, U. W. BEECURR. LADIES’ BOOTS. Laiies’ l'iumer Patent Balmoral Boots, 94.06 ■ luav'i I «m;ui DWU, VUU The above boots are made from the belt stock, and expressly to my own order. Every pair is warrant ed. the same as if a measure was ta- en. This work is the same as sold by the first class 'etail dealers in Boston, anti pronounced by t hem superior to the best New Yolk wotk. Ladies’ Balmoral Boots. Ladies' Serg" Balmoral Boots. $1.75 Ladles' berge Balmoral Boots, 2.* 0 Lud es* Berge Balmoral Hoots, 2.26 Ladies' nerge Balmoral Boots, 2.50 Ladle*' Beige Balmoral Boots, 2.75 LADIES4 CONGRESS BOOTS. Ladies' a ergo Congress Boots, $1/0 lollies’ Serge Congrees Boots. 1.76 Ladies' xer*e Congress Boots, 2.00 Ladies' Serge Congress Boots, 2 26 Ladies’ berge Longrtss Boots, 2.60 Ladies’ Union Boots. Ladies' Union Boots, 2.00 Ladies' Union Boot*, 2.26 Ju«t received, all ti e varieties of the purest quali ty of Mi*-es and Childrens' Boots aiidNnoe*,itid tor •ale at fkir prices. £. NUTTER. *J2 Middle at. June 1st, 1864. juueltw WINSLOW'S MACHINE WORKS MANUFACTURER S BLOCK. UNION STREET, J. 4j. WINSLOW, Agent, MAM'VAOTl'KKK OF Steam Engines. Steam Boilers, Shafting Talleys (searing, and all kinds of Machinery Also Low and High Pressure Meant Heating Ap paratus tor Factories. Public Buildings and Dwelling Houses. In this De par. ment the es ablishment has been uncommonlyi>uecessAil. Steam Cocks, Valves Whistles, and 't«am. Water and (.as Pipe and connections furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and taithfaily Doae. Ia conn clioo wilh tbs abort enablishmeut I. an Irou Foundry, with a large auortment at i.atum. tnd a Flatting Mill, where wood ylamngut all kind, nay be done. nravidtl P. $100. B. rUE undersigned being licensed by the United State-, are prepared to procure Tensions, lountiea, Arresrs of l av and Trite Money tor Sol Hers, Seamru or their heirs. Bills for Board and rransportation of Recruits or Drafed Men collected, kll demands agaiust tho Mato * r United States at ended 10. Having an agent both at Washington md Augusta, and having had larse experience, we ee> safe iu asserting that any bnsinesa eutrusted to < iur care will be faithfu.ly and promptly executed. ! Ye have also an agent in New York to attend to the | •avra* nt ot Prise money. Adv‘ce tree. Approved ' Maims "ashed. MANLEY k SAWYER. 1 )ffloe82| Ex hange, St., Fox Block Tortland. Me. J. H. HAMLET. W. I. SAWTHR. | Hon. Sam*. Cony,Governor ot Maine. Hon. J L. Hodsdoa. Adjutant fieo of Maine. Hon. Wm. Pitt Fessenden, U. 8. Senator. Boa. LotM. Morrill, U.8. Senator. jane J6wtf MEDICAL. ! ■- «T' 'li ■— ■ - - : Lyon’s Periodical Drops Til GREAT FXXAU REMEDY. Lyon’s Periodical Drops! ABB BBTTKB THAW ALL Pill*, Powder** (jaack Preparauoa*. Lyons Periodical Drops! Sore to do Goodand cannot do Kara. LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS! The Ureal Female Kerned jr | LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS' ABM IFTTU Till ALL PILL8.P0WDMRS f QUACK PRMPARATlOKi LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS I ARE SURE TO DO GOODAND CANNOT DO HARM. Lyon’* Periodical Drop* the great female remedy. Lyon’* Periodical Drop* ARM BBTTRR THAU ALL PILLS, POWDMRt AKD QUACK MRDJCJJfMS. Lyon’* Periodical Drop* Snra to do Good and oannot do Harm. % ] | LION’S PERIODICAL DROPS The Gnu Female Kenedy. ! LYON’S PERIODICAL DR0P8 A HA BXTTXK THAI ALL J v Pills, Powders and Quaok Preparations. ; LYON’S PERIODICAL DROPS I lout TO DO GOOD ASD CASSOT DO HAM ' I ' Lyon's Periodical Drops Ti» OB1AT riMALS IIM1DI Lyon’s Periodical Drops Ar» bettor then ell Pills. Powders, Aad Quack Preparations. IkMl- .• H® -;1 ,.vu,.! '. Lyon's Periodical Drops, —abb— •■re to do Good and osneet do Hern. Price, tl per Bottle. F*r nl« by all DraggWte. At wholesale by W. F ran Up,, h. h. Bay a c« . Portland. lartbandle “CATARRH! I . j -AID NOISES IN THE HEAD! ! t CURED BY IXnAI.IXO • j A. Harmless Fluid, OF AGREEABLE ODOR. | NO VIOLENT SYRINGING Of the Heed. I K , ,f. < .. . y , . ..... : THE acmr. OF TASTE ASD DWELL BKXTOKKD , KB. B. GOODALE'S | CATARRH REMEDY. Dr. Goodale ha, combatted Catarrh antll he ha, ! fought it down. It ha, btn a long war, bat hi, tri umph is odmplot,. Through ail coming lime hi, Ca- j tarrh Remedy will be koowa a, the only one anti dote for a di,ea*e which snpcrffclalirt, bare declar ed incurable. Cala rh doctor,. ,o culled, apriag up like muBhroon, on all tide.. Iba object of these P«ckel practitioner, U money. 1 hey me dangerous instrument,. Tbtlrrioisat manipnl,tloa« liritnto tbn already inSamcd membrane. They aavtr care. Dr. Goodtlc', treatment i, medicinal, not mechani cal. He done not believe in the force-pomp ir.U'tn, * which I, working eo much luvetoef HU remedy paaanc through tbn absorbents. to the Mat of the dle ea»e, aad obliterate, it. It doe, aot relieve merely for a day, bat for nil time. Lastly, it coat, a dollar a boilie—no more. Dr. Dodgtqf Auburn X. T. Alter having witnessed the effects of this Kcrncdy in Catarrh, iba, speaks of ilk—It is truly and cn coudilionally s Hmcnlean 'p.oidc lor the whole dis euM. bach in article ongbt not to be “bid owner n bushel.'' and nay nun who can iureat so truly an t efficient and post irenremedy for such n loathsome disease, ought to bo ooosteered one « f the bene ue I tors el his race, aad kis name aad the effect, ol hi, skill pcrpolaaied. Toni, respeotfn'l . D I. DODGE. A. X. Pliny Milet, the wrff-iwr.tm Trare'lrr, And whoM family physician Dr Good*', wts for p»y»— it ur. ucoutie s«)» oe can cure Catarib. he con cure it," Ac Price 91 Keisd a ulamp for a i>airpb!ct. Dr Ki GOOD A LK’S offioM auU Delict , 70. Blechcr ■#raet, one d«or wc»t of Uroadwajr, Kcw Yojk. II. H. liar A*oat for lortlaud Jane 2d, 1963. JantSdlj > j FIREWO RK S or every description CUTTErt * AUSTIN. 33 and tS Federal Street, and 107. Ill, and 313 Cam great St , button, Wholoaa't Den'on It Fiiwworks, Chinese Lanterns, Torches, Ac. TUB BBIF VttlON LABTBRN ■ Rod. Whits and Biss, for Poll lest Processions Exhibitions lnrnishsd to nnj amount. timid lor Pries Ust juusSdtojalyt TOCLEAR THE HOUSEOF FLIES, Uee Snicker't Celebrated LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER, A tost, cheap article, easy to sso. Erery shset n 111 klllaquart. Sold orsrywhsrs. JunetdftnSw THE BOSTON FI BE BRICK~ And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co.. Works, 3M Federal street, office nod Warehouse 13 Liberty Square and 7 Batter, march St. msuutsclure Kin Brick, atl shapes end sliee, for furnaces required to stand the most interns heat aieo Furuaoe Blocks and Blahs. Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers'Oven and ureea-houM TUee, Clay It-torts and necessary Tiles to set them. Ftrn Cement, Fire Clay and Kaolin The undersigned will give their special attention that nit ordere for the above man u the tare are vsscs ted with promptness. JAMES K BOND A CO. SlLLine AunjiTS, 13 Liberty Sqnnre, Boston, mchll sod Cm TO SHIP BITLOER9. P. 8. A J. U- HUOKIN8, /COMMISSION MERC HANTS and wholeealeaad V..; retail dsalers ia Snip Tiassn set>Pissa Hare for sale at their W harf, CasrasL Sqreaa, E.sv Bostoii.1M.000 Lnrntt and Oat TreeeectUt, 3.000 Hactnuitact Kneet. planed. Also WiitTt Os a Pune sod ri*Bsa.Cn»sr*t'T Hoanneand Plash Whith Pisb. Dcck-Plahu, Ac. Pstticular At tention paid to Famishing Oat riant by the Cargo. mchMdSm _ * J. M. SIKES, Purchaser lor Easter* Account op LOUR. DRAIN, SEEDS, PROVISIONS. LARD, BUTTER and WEBTERK PRODUCE I generally. Particular attention glvtn to shipping by quickset nnd ohespeet routes. No. lit SOliTll WATER BT r.o. Boxtri. Chtritco, Illinois. Rnpnamn sn— Messrs. Maynard h Sons: H A W CAtckering; C.H Cummings* Co.s S.U.Buwdlear - h Co.; Charles A. Stone; HaJIstt, Davit fc Co., of I Boston. Mass. Cashier Elliot Hank. Boston. J. N. Bsoon. Eap, President Newton Bank, .tswtow. C. B'.£.°2.Bi.’T,rr“ **"• * a°»*. Saw York Cltr. I Its w dly. — ... - I To Builders. AMonntfcrt nSi s'8 ®*“d on tha lot corner of fw***** ’“John w. chase. JaonlS, ISM. J«nol841w* MEDICAL. dr. j. b. hughes cam aa foubd at bis private medical rooms, Wo. 3 Temple Street, WHEliE he can he consulted privately, and with “‘®,Bt,?u*tco“ttde,ice hy the uiliciod at ali hoars daily, trom 8 » y a ” Dr. H. addresses those who are .utTerlng under the affliction of private dise..., whether ati-ine trim Impure connection or the terrible vice or aeltihue? Devoting hi. entire time .0 that pi. h'nnchli Uie medical profession, he ieels wert.nteo iaGc AB Anraaiau a Cube m all Casss, wbsiher of inis a tending or recently contracted, eutlrdy recoviu the dreg, of disease from the .y,tcm, and maki... parted and PERMANENT CL'EE. 11 * Ue would call the attention of the afflicted to J*®* hi* l0DJ•‘•bding and well earned reputation furnishing aamcient aasarano. of hu .kill and sac CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. Every In'elMgent and thinking person moat know Uiat remedies banded out irom general use should have their efficacy eeinhlikhed by well tested eape neacelu tbe hands of a regularly educated pbysl ciaa, whose preparatory study tils him lor all the duties he must luldll; yet the country Is flooded with •oar nostrums and cure-alls, purporting to be tbe beet In the world, which are not only useless, but at ways injurious. The un for seat* should be fabtio '* •“‘•“■g bis physician, as It is a lamentabla yet incontrovertable tact that many syphilitic an. Uouta are made miserable with ruined constitutions by maltreatment from inexperienced physicians la K'lmThf.'Tfllfhi'i f°r ** J* * lK>int *?B' r,ll> conoeded by the beet typhllograpbers, that the stady and men agement of these complaint. should engross tbe whole thus of those who would be competent and successfulla their treatment and cure. Ibeine,. penenoed general praotitioner, having neither op. por unity aid' time to make hlmaelt acneaintsd with their pathology, commonly noaruc, one system of treatment, la moot case, mating aa indiscriminate ass of that untkjnstsd aad daagerous weapon, Mag. aary BATE CONFIDENCE. All who have committed aa excess of aay kind,, whether It be tbe solitary vice ol youth, or the sting - lag rubako of misplaced couhdencc in maturerycare, SEEK POR AN ANTIDOTE IN SEASON. The Pains and Aches, aed Lassitude and Nervous Prostration that may follow I taper. Coition, are the Barometer to tbe whole system. Do not wait for the consomioatioa that is sore to fel low, do cot wait for Unsightly Ulcers, fbr Disabled Limbs, for Lose of Beaety and Complexion HOW MANY THOUSANDS CAN TESTIFY TO THIS BY UNHAPPY EXPERIENCE Toang Men troubled with emlrslors in sleep, a Mmiilflinl <Fd> norh 11V Ika peanli nf . k.d A.t if I— youth, treated scientifically, and a perfect care war ranted or no charge made. Hardly a day passes bat wa are consulted by one or more yonng men with tbe above disease, soma ol whom are as weak mail emaciated ae though they had tbe consumption, and by their friend* supposed to have It. All inch ewes yield to the prefer and ealy oorreet eoaree of treatment, and in n short time are made to rajotoe ia perfect health. BIDDLE AGED There are many men at toe a,- » ........ ...sare troubled with too frequent evacuation. nrom the Madder, often accompanied by a alight smarting or burning sensation, and weakening the system in a meaner the patient cannot account for. On exam ining urinary dep- aita n ropy aediment will oltca he found, and sometimes email particles of semen or albumen will appear, or the color will be of a thia milkieh hue, again changing to n dark tad turbid appearance. There are many men who die of this dlIhenlty, ignorant ef tbeeaaee. which ie the SKCOXDSTAOM OX SKMIXAL WKAJ^/KXS. 1 can warrant n perfect care in each cases, and a fhll and healthy restoration of the urinary organs. Tenons who cannot personally consult the Dr., ean do so by writing In t plain manner n description ef their disease, and tbe appropriate remedies will be forwarded immediately. All correspondent* strictly confidential and will be returned if desired. Address. DB. i. B. HUGHES, MJt°_»Temp‘e fit. .joorner of Biddle] Portland. Eclectic Medical Infirmary. TO THE LADIES. DB. HUGHES particularly invites nil Ladles wha need a medieal adviser, to call at bis rooms, h er. ( Temple Street, which they will find arranged for th-ir esoeciai accommodation Dr. H." Eclectic Beaovating Bedieinoeare uariral lad la aBeaey and superior virtue la regulating all female Irregularities Their action ie .pacific and curtain of producing relief In a short time". * **ADIIS will find it iavalnabie In nil naees of ob struction. after nil other remedies have beta triad ia wain. It Is purely vegetable, containing nothing in the least Injurious to the health, and may be idea with perfect safety at all times. Sent to any part of the country urtth fall dtreettons hyaddiwMinx DB HUGHES. ■a. ITnmplettreet,corner efMlddis,Portland. B.B.—LADIES desiring may consult one ef their •wa sex. A lady of enoerianee hi constant attend tautdAwlr MORE TESTIMONIALS ! m MRS. MANCHESTER Is constantly receiving unsolicited testimonials ol the msttmitkinf caret performed by her. Among many recently received are the following, which arc commended to the notioo ef the aOioted. Bn. Bon obostar may be consulted at Ifm. 11 Clapp’s Block, Room No.«. A CASK OX SPtXAL DISXASK CUXKD This If to oertify that 1 went to sea Bn. Baachee tar tact March with a daughter of mine troubled with spinal disease, lor w hich the had been doctored foi fisc yean, and by a number ol physician* el kinds; and she hoe had twenty-one applications eleotricity applied, bet all to no efibet: bat she oca tin sally grew worse. 1 came to the eeaelasion, the last reeert, to go and tee Bn. Manchester, and did go: and to my great surprise she told me tbs first SUM ot tba disease, and how she had been from time id time, which uaoonrogad me to try her resdtetnes. Idtduo. and now my daughter lx able to be around the honee ail oi the time. 8 he also rides toa or fit lata miles without any trouble or inooavuaieaae.aad 1 think ia a abort time she will be motored to perfect health. Since my daughter has been doctoring, 1 hero heard of n great many oases that Bn. Munch, t ter bae eared. 1 think if any person deserve. pat rouge, It la the one who trice to preserve the health of the wo* and sufibriag; and I knew that the a-e. euaty sfiori which Use ia her power to benefit her baaafi L. Earner* Gannon Em-niu, AnaxE. human, _ fix* Kn onra. Brew twin*. Bases, August U». OSKOXTBK QKXATKSTCCKKSonaXCVK„ Has. B*nonarram—Dear Madamrhlaki: , % statement of my «n»e may be of servioe to others similarly afflicted, I hasten to giro it to you. This la briefly my case-1 ws« taken *!ek about It months ago with the Urer Complaint la a very bad form. I applied to four different physicians, bat ro oeived no benefit until I called on yon. At that time I had gives op bmfoess, and was ia a very bed .tats, bat after taking yoer medicine for a short time I be well, and hid gained oaroral pound, ofSreh. and •aa troty my that by yoar (kill I am a partoetly tool. *7 a»aa. Joaura Pavia, Motion I Mato a Depot, PonlomA, Me.. * mmmarmablm cvrm or a case oevro ar CURED BT MRS. M AXCllS ST SR Thio la to oertuy that I hart been cored of tb. Dropey of Sftoea yean etaadtng by JTra. Moochet tor. 1 hare been to phyildaat la Bootoa, Mow York end Philadelphia. They ell told me that they ooall do nothing tor mo. anloeo they tapped me. end ae “• th»' b7 tapping I ooaid Uvo hat a ehort time. 1 had made ap my mind to go home aad lira ae long ae I oeold with the diaraae, end then die. Ot ■7 *»7 home I etayed over night In Portland with a (Head of miaa, aad told them what my mind wu • regard to my dieeaao. They daally pereaaded me to go aad too hire. Mancheater. 8be eaamiard me •ad told am my oaee oaaoily. I waa eo moch aetoniehed to think that ehe told mo •orrectly, that I told her that 1 would take bar medt oinee, net hating the leaet faith that they would mo oar KOO*. or that 1 ehoald got the rUght. it reUal from any eoaree whatever; totally 1 took the medl. eiae aad wont home. In oae week from the time 1 onmaaeaood taking the medicine, I had over three galleu of water peee me la raven hoare; aad my fal low aaflbrere may be awe red that It waa a grant relief to me. 1 had not been able to lie down in bed nl night before thie tor two yean. Mow 1 oaa lie do' with perfect rare I have taken her medioia.- , eight mom fa. aad am ee weU aa nay mu eoul. to be. and no algna ot dropay. I woaldt advl that are aick to go and ooaaalt Mr, BMket , e*ta If they hare beea glvgn up 6j oti!„ , atctaai 1 have aeat her a oamher of eaare ot a dleoaeee. aad the haa oared thorn aUo tie totyoaraelree. I had ao farth, hat now my MU, ****** bo ahakad la hag thill In teliiag aad curing "****•• Cuun 8. IlAxnva, Saaaa K. Hannon, _ „ Maar a. Ha vara Mompor, Main,, April Id. Owioa HopnaProm 8 A M.tillkP. Ik. iikoiiU' edly JAMES EDMOND &~C0. COMMISSION MEKCUAMTU, 13 LIBERTY SQUARE, . . BOSTON MM8P.”SuLKMCASM*ic'K °r‘W* C0LT 1*10 IRON, Alao, BAR, SHSMT.t BOILER PLATE II10.Y, of Kngliah aad Scotch Manufacture. a wD *® *° raoeito. ta addition to oar American Brick, a regular (apply of MJjLWH^SCOTCH. * WELCH KIRK BKJCX i

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