Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 14, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 14, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 14, 1864 ™ *> II' Ml. HU. 680. PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T.OILMAN, Editor, pabliehed at No. 82* EXCHANGE STREET,by N. A. E OSTE K A CO. Thb Portland Uailt 1’bnhMj published at E" 00 rttyear; 11 paid strictly la advauoe, a discount of 1.00 will be made. Single copies three cents. Tan MainrStat* Crass is published every Thure da> morning,at *2.0* per annum, in advance; 8^.26 tf paid within six months; anti *2.6ti, if payment be delayed beyond the year. Rates of Advertising: On# inch oi space In length of column, conatitntes a"aqsABX." •1.60 per square dally 11 rat week; 76 cents per week after; three insertions or leaa, SI. 00: oontinumg eve ry other day after trst week, 60 cent*. Half aqnare, three insertions or leaa 76 cents; one week, *1.00 , 60 oents per week after. Under head of A it trams nave, *2 iX) per aqnare par week; three insertions or leaa, 81,60. 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The argument is the case of llie People against Ueneral Dix, in tue matter at the suppress ion of the H'orU and Journal of Commerce, <u beard before Judge Uund on Saturday, July Wth. The coumel for Urn. Dix put in the order of President Lincoln directing the suppression, and the arrest aud imprisouuieot of the editors, to which ob jection was made by District Attorney llail. Mr. Pierrepont,couusel for Gen. Dix, submit ted to the Court tbs following statements aud points. It is understood, among the best in formed members of the bar, that the decision of the Court will be in accordance with these points, and in favor, therefore, of Uen. Dix: On the 18lh day of May, I8»Vi, the well-re membered proclamation n as published in tbe World aud Journal of Commerce. On the same day M^jor-General Dix, commanding tue Department of the East, received at his headquarters iu the city ol New Vork, an or der irom the President of tbe United States, directing the arrest and stoppage ol the jour nals complained of. General Dix executed the order so far as to take possession of the offices of those jour nals, aud to take into custody some of the editors and proprietors thereof. Ou the 20ih ol the same mouth, the parlies arrested were discharged and the offices were restored. Governor Seymour caused the subject to - be brought officially before the Grand Jury. Tbe Grand Jury found no indictment, aud formally resolved that it was inexpedient to pursue the matter lurlher. The Governor then sent to Mr. A. Oakley Halt, the District Attorney, saying that as the Grand Jury had failed to do their duty, the District Attorney must prosecute the case before a committing magistrate. The District Attorney, iu obedience, insti tuted proceedings before his Honor Judge Kussell, the City Judge, upon which a war rant issued to arrest General Dix and his offi cers as criminal violators of the Jaw, in con sequence of their acts done iu obedience to tbe aforesaid order of the President of the United Stales. We ask that the whole pro ceedings before your Honor, be dismissed lor reasous of facts which are undisputed, aud upon propositions of law which we submit. Eihst—Actual war exists in this country; not merely war in fact, but war as judicially recognized by the Surpema Court of the UuileJ States, in their recent decision upon the prize causes. (2 Black’s U. S' Deports.) Sai’osu—The state of actual war iu a civi lized country is widely different from the state of peace, aud tbe laws of war are widely dif ferent Irom tbe laws of peace. Many ol tbe municipal laws which are beard and obeyed in time of peace, are silent aud voiceless in time of war. Tiuhd—The war is uot conllued to the mere place where the rebel armies encamp, but it touches and affects the entire United States. It is quite idle to say that war exists iu Harper's Perry, aud peace reigns in Chatn bersburg. There may be battle iu the one, and no battle in the other, but the state oi war exists in both. War is not conllued within the lines of the camp, nor does peace follow close upon the retreating steps of an army. The state and condition of this entire country i> not that ot peace but of war. Koukth—This is uot a foreign war. but a great cml war. It was a state of war in Pennsylvania when Lee’s army invaded it, aud it was uot a slate of peace in Pennsylva nia when the rebels were driven out. We ate not foreigu countries; we are one govern ment, aud the war is against this one govern ment, aud it embraces the entire country.— War is our stale, uot Peace. Fifth—The Attoruey-lieneral says there is uo war iu the tree Stales, aud that the laws of war have uo authority here; that we are in uo way touched iu our cuudiliou by the war. What ineau these weeds of woe, which darken every third house in the loyal States ? Is it pestilence or famine which has so swiftly removed Irom earth more thau three hundred thousaud fathers, husbands, brothers, sous— aud all iu the prime of lile? Surely it is uot war! The learued Attorney-General says there is uo war disturbiug us of the tree Slates—we are in peace, enjoying all iu mani fold blessings! Let the Attorney-General bear these glad tidings to our bereaved people, andseew answer they will give. Sixth—All war powers reside lu the Fed eral Government; the Slates have no such powers. (7 Howaid, U. S. lt.,44 ) Seventh—It is not necessary that actual hostilities or imminent battle should actually exist lu every part of the country, before auy wise action cau be taken to prevent such hos tilities. Eiouth—Discretionary power to use means to preveut the destruction of the peace ol so ciety where do battle rages must reside some where. It resides in the Presided or some where else. It clearly does not reside else where ; hence it resides iu the Presided. lu this connection we cite the remarks of Chief Justice Taney, in Luther ayt. Uurdeu, (7 Howard, 44). There the Presided had called out the militia of liltode Island to put down the Dorr revoiutiou iu that State. The Chief Justice remarks : “It is said that this power iu the President is daugerous to liber ty, and may be abused if placed iu unworthy hands. It would he difficult, we tliiuk, to point out any other bauds iu which this power would be mote sale, aud at the same lime equally effectual, * * * * * aud the elevated office of the President, chosen as he is by the people of the United Slates, aud the high responsibility he could not fail to feel when acting in a case of so much nioiued, appear to furuisli as strong safeguards against the willful abuse of power as liuman prudence and foresight could weii provide.” lu Manlu agt. Mott (12 Wheaton, 10), the Court says: “Whenever a statute gives a dis cretionary power to auy person to be exercis ed by him upon his own opinion of certain facts, it is a sound rule of coustrucliou that the statute constitutes him the sole aud ex clusive judge of the existence of those facts. ****** G is no answer that such a power may be abused, for there is no power which is not susceptible of abuse. • * * * * When Iht Presided exercises the au thority confided to him by law, the presump tion is that it is exercised iu pursuance of law. Every public officer is presumed to act In obedience to his duly until the coutrary is shown, and a fortiori, this presumption ought to be favorably applied to the Chief Magistrate of the Uuiou." lu Yanderheyder ayt. Young( Johnson, 150) a militia man of this state, employed as a sol dier in the service of the United States, brought an action against the president of a court-martial for false imprisonment. He had been accused and punished as a deserter, and this act was specially pleaded. It was held not necessary to allege for the defence that a case had occurred which authorized the President to call out the militia, the Pre Dideot alone being made by the Act of 28th February 1795, the judge of the happening ol an event which uiude the call ncce-sary. The Court says: “It it a general and sound piiu ciple, that whenever the law vests any person with the power to do an act, and it constitu tes him a judge ol the evidence u|>ou winch the act may be done, and at the same time contemplates that the act is to be carried into effect through the Instrumentality of agents, the person thus clothed with power is invested with discretion, and is ytioad hoc a judge, llis mandates to his legal agent*, on his de claring the event to have happened, will he a protection to those agents, and it is not their duty or business to investigate the facts thus reierred to their superior, aud to rejudge his determination. In a military point of view the contrary doctriue would la* subversive of ali discipline: and, as it regards the safety aud security of the United States and its citi zens, the consequences would be deplorable and fatal.” The same rule is oflarge application in civil cases—as lor example, where a deputy sheriff has been held not liable liecause of his official act, a« such, the act being directed by tbe sheriff, who iu such case* is alone liable. Calvin ayt. H >1 brook, 3 Comstock, 120. Toe following cases relate to the whole •tthjec!: Kendall ay*. .Stokes, 3 Howard. W. Mitchell ayt. Harmony, 13 fh . 113. (teamen ayt. Pallru. 3 Caine's l(„ 313 Yakea ay* Causing. 3 J. K . 3*3.9 J. K . 390. Barbour's fir.. Treatise. 35,91. Xisrril—This whole subject was considered In Use I > rr iwlielliou, aud tbe Supreme Coart of tbe United Mates clearly au'iOuueed Use doctrine that the discreUoa for which we eon tend is Ml the President, and Iu him alone,— : (7 llowird 11. S. 1C, 44.; Twin—Tbe statute of the United States, passed March t, IHrts given Uir President fall power to suspend the “writ bibna rorjm*," aud protects each officers as Uenerai l>ix a ffaloat any criminal proceeding tut olmdtcnce to tbe order* of the President a* here com plained ot—(ties the statute* of March :>. 1N13. Sec. 1 and 0.) Ki.s ixmh—Ceueral I six acted not only un der col or »l law, but acted in strict accordance with tbe statute; and bi* acts are not criminal. —V aider InAden ayt. Youug, 11 J. It. 150: Calvin opt Holbrook, 3 Coast. I'M ) Tv.Li.irii—Uenerai IBs cannot be held. au aiuM wvn awmiiu-u. i ne crime* cb»i g«<i are Hires: K idoauping, inriting a riot, and forcible entry and detainer. I'uder our laws there are no crimes al this nature, unless there is a wicked intent—there may be tres pass. but not crime. Then was io fact no kidnapping, no riot, nor intent to make a riot, pretence of detainer of real estate. He acted not merely uuder the color of law, which would protect him. but di rectly uuder the statute, aud he cannot be held for crime, wbellter the same is unconstitution al or not. The criminal charges are most absurd, and arc not made out in this case. District Attorney Hail said that the question was whether there was such evidence of the guilt ot General Dix. in the language of the statute, as to justify the sending of the papers to the Grand Jury for action and possible in dictment. Tbe matter is resolved into two leading points: First, has there been an otlunce committed, of a criminal uature, by beueral Dix anil bis ass dates? Svoi'Dvl, it sucb nflence has been commit eil, is tbe deictic new inlcrptsed valid; does it constitute a bar to further proceedings? He contended by tbe occupation of the offi ces ol the two journals, aud the arrest of Mr. Hallock, General Dix and bis associates were guilty ot tbe crimes of inciting a riot and of kidnapping. The order of the President, he declared, was uulawtul aud therefore could not constitute a defence. John Cochrane, Attorney-General, made an argument on tbe constitutional points of tbe question. Mr. William M. Kvarts closed the argument for the defence. “He had never heard it claim ed,-’he said, “that under our system of gov ernment any one, w hether poor or rich, high or low, general or governor, stood otherwise before the law tliau on an equal footing with his lellow citizens; but it might be, that when an individual held a peculiar public capacity, aud performed certaiu peculiar functions lor a community, tbe acts done, which, if done in a private capacity, would be criminal, would not be so esteemed when lakiug iuto account his public position. “It was nothing but the sorriest llction of law that would impute to General Dix aud his associates the alleged kidnapping, forcible entry aud detainer, aud inciting to riot, it would only tie to liud a form for the assertion of criminal jurisdiction on the part of tbs State of New York, in order to raise an im portant public aud political inquiry between the federal government aud the State of New Yotk. “The learned geutlemau in the course of a powerful speech, reviewed the whole case, contending that the acts charged as trespasses lacked the circumstances of public crime aud personal guilt. As trespasses they could be enforced, if the private interests of the par ties supposed to be injured should lead them to adopt such a course and tbe Court would feel that tbe Grand Jury on the question of indictment was neither disrespectful to the State, nor to the Executive, but was a proper disposition by intelligent members of the com munity of a question which may be presented in other ways. lie cuim uuru lucre uius: tx* paramount will somewhere, and that will, lie went ou to prove, was in the President. He then took up the separate charge alleged by the prose cutiou against defendants of kidnapping, in citing to riot, aud forcicle entry and detainer. Regarding the first, the Court (Judge Russel) declared its mind made up that the alleged offence cculd not come within the legal defi nition of kidnapping. “Counsel then weut ou to argue that crimi nal iutent was neces^ay to constitute crime in regard to the remaining two charges, and said that, if they amounted to auythiug, they were merely trespass, for which a suit could be brought, aud closed by urging a decision of uo probable cause ou the part of defend ants, The Court took up the papers and reserved its decision, which will be made known on the first day of August. [ K open Day and Evening, for a Thorough Business 1 Education. Located 18o0. IflMUSOii Block, .11 i«i<llc St., No. 161. Scholarship! good in any part of the United States .no Principal has had 20 years experience; is always on the spot, and attend* to his businea*; and prom ise*, a* during the past 12 years, no pains shall be snared io the fbture. 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Nearly all the most premium artists in the country have given written testimony to this effect, and these instruments are iu constant use in the concerts ol the most do-tmguished artists—as Gottscbalkwand others—as well as iu too ms in the principal cit ies^ whenever such instruments sre required. Price to $500 each. These instruments may be found at the Music Hoorn* of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturers’ prices. H. 8. EDWARDS, No.849J Stewart’s Block, Congress St. apria dtf Stage TYoti«»o! For North Conuay, N.Ii.Tri-Weekly Line. 1)ASSEKUERi leave Portland at 7 45 a. m. over L the Y.IO. B.U. Monday»,Wednesda) s atd Fri days. via Gorham, Stsndish.Limingtun. Cornish,Hi rain, Brownfield and Fryeburg, arriving at North < on wav at 64 o’clock P. M. returning by the same route Tuesdays. Thursday and Saturdays, arriv ing at Portland iu season to take the Boston steam ers. Ihe excellent accommodation* and remarkable scenery areuot surpassed by any other route JOHN W. 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July 6. 1864. i riiliL attention of our citizens is called to the an JL texed circular trom the Provo-t Marshal Ger eral’s office. It gives to every one interested in the success of our arm-, and trom age and other cau*e nut liable to give their personal services to the cause ot the r country, an opportunity to be repre-euted among tnose who are lighting for the honor of our National Flag. It appeals to ail th« se who sre able to show their now devotion to their couutrv's ser vice by this cou'ribuiion to till up the ranks of our 1 soldier* by these new recruits, representing as they will the renewed constancy and patriotism of our citizens. l*or land has heretofore been tehind none in its < fforts to furnish uu n and means to suf pres* the rebellion, let us uow again nobly respond to tins new call upon us. JACOB McLKLLAN, Mayor. War Dkpartmkkt. y Provost Marshal General’s OITce. V Washington, D. C. June 28, 1*84. > Circular JTo. 25. Persons uot lit for military duty, and not liable to draft, from age and other cause*, have expressed :i desire to be personally reproseuted in the Army. In add lion to the contributions they have made in the w a/ of bounties, they propo*e to procure at their own expense, mod pre.-.nt f i enlistment, recruits to rdpr> *eut them iu the service buch practical pat riotism i- worthy of spec al commtnnation and en couragement. 1* ovoid Marshals, and all other offi cers acting under inis Bureau are ord red to fur nish all the facilities iu their power to enlist and muster pr mptly the representative recruit* present ed in accordance with the design herein set forth. Tilt* name of the person whom the recruit repre sent- will be noted oa the enlistment and descriptive rol! of the recruit, and will be carried forward from tho-e papers to the official records which form his military lii-tory. Suitably prepared certificate* of this personal rep resentation iu the service- will be forwardtd from tbi* office, to be filled out and issu d by Provost Marshals to person-w ho put in representative re cruits JAMKS B FRY, Provost Marshal General. julyS Ptaw2w At a Court of Probate held at Portland, w it bin and for the County of Cumberland, on the first Tues day of July, in the year of our Lord eight een hundred aud sixty-,our, SAM•:Bn 11 hKADBUKY, having presented hi petitiou, representing that Solomon Thayer, laie of Portland, in said (Yunty, decease d, oid in his life time make a iigal contract to convey to True Brad bury, certain real estate described in said petition, aud praying that authority may be given to the cx tcutrix of the Ia*t will and testament of *aid Solo mon 1 hay er to execute the necessary deed* to car ry said contract into effect, It tea* Ordered, That the said Petitioner give no lice to all persons interested, by causing notice to be published cue week iu the Maine State Press, and seven days m the Daily Press, printed at Portland, that they may appeal at a Probate Court to beheld at said loriland, op the third Tuesday of July next, at ten of the clock iu the forenoon, and show cause. 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By special contract, recently made wilhthe Bos ton aud New York Publishers, we arc enabled to •apply any and All of the School Books, Used in this State, on The Most Liberal Terms. Haringpurchased the Stksiotyp* Plat** from O. L. Sakbobk k Co., of this city, we .hall in fu ture publish the valuable Series of School Book* heretofore published by them. This series, togeth er with our former publications, will make the fol lowing List:— Norton’s, Weld and Quackenbos’ Gram mar, The Progressive Grammar, By Weld k Quackenbos. The Progressive Parsing Book, By Weld A Qatckeubotf. Weld’s Hew Grammar, Weld’s Grammar, (Old Edition.) Weld’s Parsing Book, Weld's Latin Lessons and Readet, Holbrook's First Book in Arithmetic, Jackson's Arithmetic. B. k N., also publish Hkrriman'h Ami-Am.i' LarStbtbx or Rapid Mercantile Writing, In Light Parts, with printed copies at the head of each page, in e*act imitation of the Author's beau tiful style of FEUNn^r^isrsiTiF3. *» c van iikduod 10 mese Mew Writing Books, As they are admitted to be tbe most practical Copy Books ever offered to the public; and they are now being rapidly introduced, having the full endorse incut of the Sipwiil eldest of PoUk School, of the Slsle of laise. BtisiJet the above lirt which wepublhh, our Spec ial contractu are for the rollon ing book, Progressive Series of Readers and Spellers. Hillard’s Series of ^Readers ft Spellers. Sargent's Series of Readers ft Spellers. Colton's ft Fitch’s Geographies. Brown's Grammars. Greenleafs Series of Arithmetics. BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY —.AMD— ROOM PAPERS! A FULL ISTOCK Always On Hand ! N. B.—Booksellers or Country Dealers who are not coming to the city, may write to us stating about what amount they purchase at a time, and we will send them a LIST OF PRICES, II wanted. Bailey ISToyes, Publishers and Booksellers, •56 and ,18 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. i may‘J6d2m BUSINESS CARDS. P4PCK IIOV H4XIJ FAl'TOm. J. R.~L*ibbv, XANtFA rURU OF Paper Boxes, Of mrjr 4«cripiiot. inch m BhW Boms. ’rr Rok«« . OrofiM Boim CrdBF Ham Kh*if I 'OMMi^kalllMI. P*v4*rBoio. < V4 lull. • tgsr Bmm. ftc 144 KidBIr Bl., ilpftUin) Purtlttd, Hr. Jan* 141b BABA 4 Co. Fifth ub4 Hall, LatWr [>■■■ , rill 11 ll, W>wKlb.rT Dui ; joteii h,mI Malar. J. Smltli eb Oo., Miimctrani or Leather Belting, Card Clothing. Lms Strata Sell Leaker Writ u4 Met. l.KATHtl1 THtMMlSnt, fr„ Btmon't Block. 144 Middle 8t.. Portland. «>r il the fard Ootkim llutlhdu,. Lewittoa. H M Ukovsk. Oeldta) D F. Kctii JOIl% T. KOtiKRft&CO^ Oornini-«ion Merchant**, AMI WHOLHALE HIALIU IM Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. Cl Commercial Street, ? ! PORTLAND, ME. jonolddm Wholesale and Retail. XI. L. DAVIS, BoolseWer, Staliontr, AND M AMUFACTUMBR OF Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER HANGINGS. No. 63 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. JllBCldti CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, Fresco und Banner Painter, No. 144 Middle Street, • PORTLAND, MR. tW Work executed in every part of the State. juueltf RUFU8 DURHAM^ Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In B RITANN IA —AMD— Plated Ware, No. 218 Fore tfreet, Portland Maine. Portland, May 17th, 1864. mayl7dtJ M. G. WEBB & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Flour, ,\0.81 COMMERCIAL STREET, _apl« PORTLAND, ME. dtf BURGESS, FOBES, & CO., .KAIVIACTV IIXRS OX Japan, While Lend, Zinc, Faints, An<l Ground Color-s, A dll l>tAL,H« IS Drag* Medicines, Pa nts, Oils A Varnishes. Paint and Color Factory, No. 29 Munjojf St., Otter A Salrtraoma, SOXuawcrcial Kt., a. (Tbomas BLWti OBMBY H. Bl'ROK*9. IUIDV1 till MV Chahlrs 8. Forks. PliTLUll, IK. maylSdtf HLAKE, JONES A: CO., FLOUB & GRAIN DEALERS, And Re vers of M eshrn unit C adian Product?, 137 Commercial Street, ... Granite Block. Charles Blake. \ Henry A. Jones, J PORTLAND. R. W. Gage. ) juneldtf JOHN LYNCH & CO., Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite Stores, - - • Commerc al street, (Opposite head Widgery Wharf,) John Lynch, ) PelFg Barker, [ PORTLAND. ME. Tho*. Lynch J juneldtf DOLE Al MOODV, OKffMK.1L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And 1\ holesale Dealers in rJLUUii' UJKM AND r&UDUC£, No. 5 Galt Block, Commerc al 8t, E^kUuC.M>£dy. 1 PORTLAND, ME. Juneld6m BROWN a CROCKER. 3? LAST ERE Pis, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL STUCCO AND MASTIC WORKERS. Oak street, between Congress and Free Sts., RORTLAXD. tW < oluriDy. Wbileuiny, and White-wuhiiiy promp-ly uttenued to. Orders from out oi town so licited. juueldtf BYRON 6REEN0UGH & CO., Manufacturer* of Ami Wholesale ami Retail Dealer* In Furs, Hats, Caps, Gloves, &c., NO. 140 MIDDLE STREET, ti. (Ireeuouyli, ( mRT[ . vn A. L. Oilkey. ) 1 OH 1 LAN D _ Jnldtf E. K. LEMONT, Carriage Manufacturer, Preble Sti eet, - • Portland, fie. rVCtrriage* and Sleighs on hand and made to order. jnnel5dtt C. P. KIHBALL, M AN!'KACTIRER UP Carriages and Sleighs, Preble street, (Near Preble Howe.) PORTLAND, ME. Sale Rooms, 110 anti 112 Smlhury St , Boston, Mass. juoeltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Flour, Grain & Prodnee CouiuiibioD IfrrkaBts, and Millers’ i«nil«. Office anti Warehouse No. 6 Halt Block, (ommer- * cial Street. We offer for sale to the trade, many choice and well-known IIrand* of Flour, from St. Louis.1 liuois, Wi*con*iu. Ac., which we are constant I receiving N . ( . 4 Co . are a *o Agents t r Pittman A Co.’a, and othe* brands of manufactured Tobacoo. O^Pash advances made on ail consignments. Portland, June 1, 1864. jnldtf DR. W. R. JOHNSON, DENTIST, Insert* Artificial Teeth on Gold. Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, and warrant* them in all ca*ea to be a perfect fit. Dr. J. also give* special attention to Filling Teeth. Office 220;«’ mg res s street, two door* weal from the Court Hour-* Portland. Juue 1, 1864.— eod2ui 63 Removal. 63 J. H. KNIGHT a SON. Commissi o u merchant*, And dealers in Couutry Produce, have moved to No. 63 Commercial street. Portland, May 10th, 1864. maylOdtf BUSINESS CARDS. HK kill , t , HOC l.l «i N a »: UK. VaniBiu UiiLiM |S Flour, Grain and Provisions, M HmtlkaaM Blcck. »Oa—T RKiilT \ I rotriMMO. MM __ mmitttt W. W. CARR & cu, Bana* taka. in. ma atm nwn, - ,, 11 O. HAWYfcK. .Vl«. 3 i.irh«H|(r Ktrrrt, Aw mfMk* tatt, tradenlarge >ua.i •Wwudsawkaf Foreign and Domestic Fruit ! Wholesale aid Basalt *P»aa» Oaa, U...,.i rTCaaarp !Wd. t «■*»»., „ Lftoaa »,r«p, Haaag. Oaaaa Baa*. rtaa. Ciaraa. Mala, all hiad*. Data*. •*525 Ualalaa. Tahataa, * “ rOi Claara ^•■*F I aadla# af all 4rwrl,ft.a MIHII IRA WINN, Agent, No. 11 Union St., !• ^rtpareu to furrnak STB AM BHGIHES and B0ILB&8. 01 various piles and patterns, Pipr u4 ftitiro, lii! toning, Sbftii*, Lu*bt iii;usk Work of oil (le*criptiiu« and kU kind, or work required ii. bal'd.ii, FoBTiaioATioaa. IronStaira and other Architeetnrul Work. Houses. Stores, and other buildings, Sited with Gas and Steam in the beet maimer. U oonneetlon with the above i.»n Iron Foundry, ' wlthaiarite aaaortmrnt of Pattern*, to which the attention or Maohinlrt*, Millwright*,and Ship-Build, era is invited-and all kinds oi Castings furnished kt abort notice. „ HT"Ordara for Machine Jobbing, Pattern* and Forging*, promptly executed. ocldtr SINKER’S SEWING MACHINESI WOODMAN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS, !*••. M aid sc.Kiddle Street. Needles aid Trlmalngsalwayi ukui. esMUf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, DENTIST, No. 175 Middl Street. •■PHHHHOH*.Drs. B aoow ui Binus, Portland, May 16, ISO. If Dr. J. H. HE ALD HAVING disposed of his entire interest in bis Office to Dr. 8.C FEBN ALD, would cheerfully reooommend him to hie lormer patients and the pula lie. Dr. Fiubald, from long experience, i. prepar ed to inaert Artificial Ieeth on the" Vnlcanire Base." and all other methods known to the profession Portland. Mar M. IMS tf WOon AMI COAL CHEAP FOR CASH ! SPRING MOUNTAIN, UEBIGH, HEZILTON, BUGAB LOAF. OLD COMPANY I.Mill,II. LO CUST MOUNTAIN JOHNS. DIAMOND. WEBS TER and BLACK HEATH. These Coals are of the rery beet quality, well screened and picked, and warranted to give satisfaction. Also for sale beet of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Omen Comm am i a l 8t„ bead of Franklin Whaii. 8. ROUNDS A SON. foblGdlv WARREN’S INPORVED FIRE AND WATERPROOF FELT COMPOSITION, Gravel Roofing FOR FLAT HOOFS. K. HKRSEY, Ag^nt, Jan26 dtf No. IS U biota Strut ALBERT WEBB 4k CO„ -DiALni n Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OP MEHKILL’8 WHARF, CeHHerelal Straai.- - Parkland, Me. _____ I.Mtf EDWARD H. BURGIN, WROLWAL* DIALER IN Pa Ill'll . 11 Pill tklksl V1 sail 1. Also. Ground Rock Salt. Commission VI r reliant FOB PURCHASEAND SALSOF Barley, Rye and Oats. eM ('unloaded with font in bulk freeof charge. Warehouse No. 120 Commercial Street, Anil City Milis, Deering llridge. __ jnneleoddtn JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor aud Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COD.KAN BLOCK, rachlTd&wtf Tkmplk Strbbt. Scotch Canvas, -FOE SALS BY JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Bath, Me. f}AA BOLTS Superior Bleached 1 L\J\) 300 do All Long flu “Oor-1 .. . eminent contract," 1 v' 300 do Extra All Long flu Arbroath. 30o do Navy flat ] Dellraredia Portland or Boa to*. Bath. April 10.1M3 apll dU M. BE^RSOIST, Silver Plater, AMD MANUFACTURER OF SILVER WARE, 288 Congress 8t.,Opp. Court House Portland,Me All kinds of WARE, such a* Knives. Forks, Spoons. Cake Bankets, Castors, Ac., piated in the best manner AUo. REPAIRING and RE-FIN IS III XG Old Silver Ware. jauSi d6m Ft EMO V\A.~L7~ DR. NEWTON HAS removed hiareeidence to St. 37 Middle Street, corner of franklin atreet. Ofllceaa heretofore, -Vo. 116 Exchange Street, In Noble'sBlock, up staira. OUioe hours from 9 to ll AM. from 1 to 3. and from 8 to 9 o'clock P M Dr. N will continue, in connection with genera 5notice, to give ipcoial attention to DISEASES Of >BMALBS. oo31dtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, PLUMBER! MAKBU OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 124 EACH « NOE STREET, POKTLAKD, ME. Warm, Culd nud Shower Bathe, Wash Bowie, Braes & Silver Plated Cocke, KifERir deacrlption of Water fixtures for Dwel* ling Houaea, Hotels, Public Buildings, Shops. «c , arranged aud set up in the beat manner, and all orders in town or country faithfu Iv executed. All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to. Constantly on band LEAD PIPES. SHEET LEAD aud BEER PUMPS of all description* ap9dtf Tlie Cheapest Agency F>R collecting all classes of claims arising from the war is that o! the “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,” in which the expense* are controlled by a disinter* ested Executive Committee. Apply in person, or by letter, to GEORGE F EMEUV, over the Portland Post Office, 2d story dawly’ MERCHANDISE. lUrkMe't.k >k„ T^a.. « lunHed ( I4«r. h' >■ Ml# If MO»U VOUILL. AfW aaaKdlm- *m In. aowniiwuual. Trrr—Ma 100,000* »m )MT»n k kkii.Hr Pnv'iasd. Jaaa l* l«aa trntatkmi * II 7 n:a muiiRt uoiii •a 4» > |W4 tmour Anunn k co Jaa. R-AM '•««r a«4 1.l>«r>. |CMoH'K Ml,COY ADO »l' »T«8 i oak. m anus e-i-rwr m.m- .wo. to 1 lea < la-mi MuMOm. tl Ml,' from »kni Marena. Nov itiMUai >h4 tear not* by lllOMna Aek.Ni lo A co , —t tirtwa Mouse Wharf. Sierra .Korea* Kola non. qo-imus . 000 CHOICE MKHKa MoKESA ® TlEACEa 1 K'JUssu 10 BBLS • Nov landing from Brig “C. li Leaned - ” raos. AoEaicio a co. MayS.-tf (’. a Wharf. Scotch Canvas*. ] 0/"| BOLT-4—from the factory of David Cor* Amm\j aar A Sod*, Leith—a tail cloth ot superior quality—just received per “Jura", and Cor tale b\ Koe, , MoiilLVKKY, KYAN A DAVIS, mch36 dtf 1«1 Commercial Htreot. WANTS, LOST,FOUND Lost. STRAYED from the paature of Mr Kraneia Hob t-rti-. Westbrook, last month, a three year old fray t oll, .mall tire; whoever wil- return him or in fur mat ion where he mnr be found, wiil la suitably rewarded, by oalling at No. lit J-prinn 8t. _ IKANCIS E. EMERY. Portland, Jaly 13,1»64.—dtf Si ray ed. I.NROM the naetilre in Meirhnrn- . .... u. — m. tween six and seven years old, a Hide lame m tne left hind foot, and haring a mark of “Scrateh es'* on the right hind foot. W hoover will return said mare to MARTIN FLANGIN', Grand Trunk Pas •enger Depot, will be handsomely reward. jylAdlw* "W anted. I PARIIES who eau appreciate a drat olaaa Iutsd- j tioo. ( ouutiea will be aoid in Maiutateuch price*, in comparison with the nulimi-cd demand I a* will Inauryhe greatest *u-oe*s to parties buying! I The article!* already baring a rapid aaie in other Stages, and is not equaled br any article be ore the public upon which you can make money ao sure end repiuly. Immedia e personal application bv parties having *150 or upward, at their immediate com mand. will meet wiih attention at 2B» ( oogrvaa at. ..... E- CUAPMAS, Je. July 11 -d4t Substitute Wanted ! THK subscriber wishes for a sobs4 itue it the A rmy for year* or the war. Ue mustbeaett /en. not subj ct to draft, believing that the rrbelli. n can and will be put down by the Union Anni s snd ready and desirous of doing his p^rt inthiswerk. A veteran would be preferred. A reasonable bonus in addition to the .State bean ty and aid from the city, will be paid to such a • ub stitnte by li)#A8D FOX. July li, UM.—dlw SubMtitute». A NT one wanting a 8u ‘>stitu<e, for one or three i wilh ou® by calling upon IIair-Dresser, corner ol Middle and Exchange streets. A J. M. TODD. tr One who believes the Rebellion can he pat down by tbe Union force,, julyiaeodaw* WaBts*. TO hire a mudera'e sired House, pleasantly aitua te ». for a family ot three nlnlts. Any one hav iag aaeh a house can secure a prompt paring tenant, aud wbo will lake good care of the same, byaddraw *°* . , _ C. O ik'> Commercial St. JaljSoedlw luloriiimlon Wanted. WILLIAM COLLINS. WILLIAM LODARD ' anu JoiiN E. LACEY, wbo were supposed to be natives ol Portland, having died in tile L uifed hta es' service, ibrir h.irscau hear or valaable infor* uiauou ou application in [■eraon rr by le ter to BRADFORD ft HARMON, No.** Exchange street. JulybdkwJw Fort land. Me. Wan leal. \ SITUATION aa Book-keeper. by one who has b .th taught and prac.Ued the art of Book-keep ing Wholesale Store prelered Lest of refen nee given Eu.jul-e at No W Exchange street Portland, July 6. ISM. julyTdtf Wnnfed, V81TI ATIoN wanted br n young man, in a * holeeale -tore Best of ret rears given. Ir.juire uf A. B IIOLDKN. office near Rost Office Jy4 d3w W iiiiirtl Immediately. VN Agent of either aex in every town and riling*, to rugose in a light and prudlnbl* business, uy urlii.h from 8* «0 to *13 per week can be mad*. Per sous baring leisur* evening, can make 60e to *1.00 per rvcniug. A sample with full particalara, scut by mail to all who eucl se one 3 cent stamp aud addira* A. C. SI'AUI.DINI, ft juoeSljkwlm- Weal Uampatead. N. H. T.vmpwsiivr* Hiiira. ONE or two .rfraf eta** female compositor* will tiud comttant employment, and the h gh<wtrmte» pa d in the city, on application at TUIS OFFICE maywdtt s'SX Reward ! STOLEN from the *ub*criber on Tuesday Even ing. while in Pierce's auction mom, a Calf skin Pock* t Book contain* #M in money, a note against Charles ilougdou. borham. tor •66,and sue against Charles ttooper for $12. The above reward will b» i paid icr the recovery of the property and the detec tion of the thief. Tun, 8.—tf - i.KORI.K BECK. 1 -_--,.,w. --... ___ | Board. OUIT8 of Room*, with Board. can be obtained by C7 applying immediately at »> Danforth .treet. May 11th. mayUdtf A. & S. SHURTLEFF A CO., NOS. 51 aV 56 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND. Manufacturers and Dealers in Men's Boys’ and Youth's Thick, Xip and Calf Boots, Women’a Misaes and Children*! Ooat. Kid and Cair Balm >rala. Bobbers Shoe Stock, Finding!, Ac. WITH our snpcnor facilities for manufacturing. » t and a large experience in the huaineiw. we we are able to eell a* low a* iu Roaton or eliew here Dcalora are respectful, invited to call and ex amine onr.took before pnr.haaing MR"Order* by mail orooiptlv attended to. Portland, April 38.1*84. dSm NOTICE. \\rK. the undersigned. hat ing told oar Stock of Coat and Wood to M **r« kamlall. McMit Itr t |Qi., do chiertully recommend them to our former customer*. Ail perron* having demand* again.t u. are requeued to pneent t’ em lor aetue meet, and ail per-on* indebted to u* are requested to make immediate payment at the old niand where one 01 the under.igut.t may be found for t lie prevent. I SAWYER A WHITNEY. Portland..lane 8, 1884. junvlAldw Coal mi<1 ? np**E Rbwriber having purchased th# Mock nl JL Coal riiI Woo.i.and taken ♦ Maiul recently occupied bt fnwfjrr if IfAiiai*. head of Maiu* Wharf, arc now prepared to fui ply their former patron* aud the pubic generally, with a flue assortment of WELL PICKED AND SCREENED Old Comimuy Izhisk, Sugar I o:il I .(‘high, Hazel toil UU| . Locus! .Wouutnin. John's While ttinl lleil Ash. Dintnoud and Lorbcrry, Together with the beet quality of Cumberland Coal I .1 Superior Coal for Blacksmith $. ▲Uo, Hard and Soli Wood, Delivered to order in any part of the city. The former customer* of Messrs 8awyer A Whit ney arc respectfully invited to give na • call KAN DALL, McALLlSl KK A CO. •Portland, June 13 1864.-dly 'Talk: about Hats ! JUST NEE HARRIS' NEWSTYLES. June 4—dtf ru )THIX(.i. CUSTOM CLOTH ING I N. 8. GARDINER, 6S Middle St., Opp. Poet Oflee. *■ JOHN u. uaiiR, >n?** !"** •''•mrmmmtm im tkfc MM ***** •*flM apBlMMi m a /eeke^dk. r^. ..T***77 ** *•»* **4 Timnii __ ito ulnu immia m 7 “* *“ GENTLEMENS EI RNISUINO GOODS, l MiHr m* nf ih*M m tiw Maw. Jim 14 -tndiw HUMova. r.. JOSIAH BURLEIGH Ml UltVD TO . SEW STORE, ETA If S* BLOCK, Nos. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BVRLEIOH, WbolMAic And Batatl PtaIw la Cothisr.Cotfas, Toilers’ Trimuiafs, GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Nm. i«i * (43 IMMIc Street. JOSIAH BIJRLBiea, Afeot for G ver k Baker’s oelebrated Sowing- Machines, Hoi. 141 & 143 Kiddle Street. NATHAN 000L0 Will say to his friends that he Bay be toaad at Bar* ltifTh’s, Bo. «41 k 143 Middle street, where he wOl w puM'cu iu vtu upon ma turner customer*. Portland, March U. 1564. " dty JUST RECEIVED I ROLLINS fc BOND, Having re n tied their (tore aad reoeired a large MtortBent of ELEGANT STYLES -OF o L O T H 8 ! ARK PKKPAKKD TO • Show Them to Thoir Cog toner*. * Aim, Clothing <fe Furnishing Goods, lm Great Variety, -AT—— D£> Middle Street. __maystf 13. S. 10-40 LOAN! FIRST NATIONAL BANK -OF PORTLAND, designated repository UNITED STATES. Tbit Bank is prepusd to reoelvt) Nbeor^Uoii kt€ the mew “TEX FORTY LOAN,” which la dated March 1, 1-S4. bearlag iatercet at gvd per oeat. a year, PAYABLE IN COIN. redeemable at the pleasure of the Government after tea yean, and payable in forty yean trees data. Interest on Bonds not over one hundred dollar, payable aanaally, and oa all other Bead, semi annually. Bonds can be had ia sixes of BIO. SIM. StOO, S10OO. WM. EDW. GOULD, mch31 dtf Cashier. Keorge W. IMxsws, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, T4 Middle Street, Portlaad, Me. A share of patronage res pet tally ao United and *atiafaction given. orders from the country promptly attended to. Address l.eorg* W Manaoa. 7* Kiddie aireet. Koom So. 10, up staira, Portland, Me. June 14 -d im UP-TOWN- SHOE STORE i SAMUEL BELL.353 CONGRESSST„ HAS constantly on band a large and wall select, ed atock of Boots, Shoes, And all anTicLts m that Linn, for Ik* aae of Ledieit, lientletuea and C'hildiea. to which be la* vites the attention ol those about to make pnrehnaea, aa laving on- of the beat in the eitr. Csatom 'fork and Kepniring done wth uentneae nod die. patch. Portland. June 21 —dtoaagl Copartnership Notice. -AID BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT THE subscribers bavin* on the 7th day of May formed a copartnership aader the name of McCarthy A Berry, For the purpose of onrry lag an the BOOT AMD SHOE BUSINESS In all ita branches, and bating nil the fncllitina for gefing up first class work for gentleasea and Indian, wear, are now r.ndj to execute all orders with neat Use-and ul.patch Oar work will be made if the host ol imported .took, by the beet of workmen, and warranted to give prr rot satisfnctii a. It Is oar aim that. ur word shall not be second to any In the Vail, ed Stale*. Wr have also completed a stock of ready-made work of th« first qualify, lor Ladles, Gentlemen, and Children*! Wsn 8* looted from New York and Boston market* Our Ladies* work is from the celebrated B*rtm Jfssi^kdury of New York Bor Gentlemen** wear w* have the best assort m*ak ever offend for sale iu this c<tv ; such ss floe French Patent Leather Boot*; Glove CaJf and Calf Con gress for gen lie men’s wear; Patent Leather Con* ere**. and A all Congress Balmoral, and 1 sw French Buck e Boot* Have vou aeon the new style CRlMPED-FROMl Bit RLE BOOT, now made by McCarthy k Fer ry ! For neatnea*. comfort and beantv. it surptatea anything ever got up io this city. Call and see its «ainple» always on hand at the old stand of M Me* ‘ NpC.AKTIIY A BERRY, No. till Exchange Street _juneldtl_ John Kinsman, GAS FITTER, -AID Dealer in Qtse Fixtures, And lias A Kttrosene Cooking AyytrMn, The public ate invited to exsmlne and test these nsw lu-entlons, which are highly recommended fas summer use. -VO. to UXIOX STREET. Portlaad, June 14 — sodte

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