Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 25, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 25, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. —* ' - - "I '■ H »r- II '■ 1 *■ ILL _ _ ————.——— VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 18G4 WHOLE NO B PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHM T.OILUAN', Editor, published at No. 63* EXCHANGE N. A. FOSTER A CO. Tub Poatlaiid Daily l’anas is published at #8.00 per year ; if paid strictly iu advauoc. a discount of f 1.00 will be made. hingle copies three cents. 1 si Mai wbStatb Prkbb is published every 1 hurs* day morning,at 92.00 per annum, in advance; 92.26 if paid within six months; and 92.Go.if payment be delayed beyond the year. Hateaof Advertising: One inch of space in length of oolutnn, constitutes a'eguAaa.” •1.60 per square dally first week; 76 oents per week after; three insertions or less, 81.00; coulinuiuaeve ry other day after first week, 60 cents. " Half square, three Insertions or less. 76 oents; one wook, *1.00; 60 oents per week after Amosumiikt*, w.oo per square per week; three insertions or loss, 91^.> r Nortons, *1.75 per square first week, 81.00 per square after; throe fusortfous or less, 81.26; half a aquare, thrao insertions, 81.00; one week, Advertisemente inserted In the Maims 8tatb (which has a large cironlation iu every part of the State ) for ft) oente per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Lboal Notices at usual rates. Transient advertisements mast be paid forin ad* van se Bubivbsb Notice*, in reading columns, 12 cents per line for one insertion. No onargeless than Ifty cents for each insertion. Hr*Alloommunioations intended for the paper •heaid be directed to the “Editor qfthe Press, and those of a bnainesri character to the Publishers. £9^ Job Primtimo 01 every description executed with dispatch. F. Tracy. Traveling Agent. Monday Morning, July 25, 1864. The Attempt to Rob the Calais Bank., An extra from the St. Croix Herald, Calais, gives the following interesting particulars of the rebel demoustratiou on that city and an attempt to rob the Calais Bank : “Monday was a day of excitement in tiiis city. It was known for several days previous that s raid of some kind was iu coutempiatiou by rebel roughs who had recently leltSt. Johu, aud by means of the vigilant efforts of our Consul iu that city, the people here were ena bled to prepare a suitable reception for the invaders. It was known that tbe bank would be assailed first. A portion of Capt. Flint’s Compauy of State Guard? was detailed lor service. Pickets were srationed at different places to give the alarm. At about 12 o’clock the robbers went to the bank, aud while their leader pretended that he wanted to exchange some gold for greenbacks, it was noticed that his hand glided suspiciously toward a sevolver in his side pocket. The Cashier immediately gave the alarm, the Guards rushed in, seized the^hree men and escorted them in triumph to the Municipal Court Kootn. The excitement was intense. There was good grounds for be lieving that the robbers had accomplices in the vicinity, aud the State Guards and citizens were soon on hand in a body to repel any in vasion or depredation. The prisoners were somew hat chop-fallen at first, but soon put on very defiant airs, claiming that il their twenty five associates had been on hand as expected, they would not only have robbed the Bank but committed other depredations and burned tbe city. The ringleader had a Confederate flag iu his pocket, which he said he intended to hoist on tbe bights near the city. This flag was captured by W. B. Taylor. It was new aud if manulactured iu Dixie has been well preserved. A large crowd of people collected in tbe vicinity, and there was a strong dispo sition to deal summarily with the offenders, for it is well known that they were ready for plunder, lire or murder iu order to accomplish their infamous designs. In the al'teroooa the prisoners were exam ined before Judge Corihell. A letter was louud on one of them wherein the raiders, un der ficticious names, state they are escaped prisoners, that they were bent upon having money, aud they had prepared a receipt to be left at the bank for tbe money they intended to taxe-butdidn't. In that letter they add: ‘Thank pour stars that other men did not come up, or pour town would hace been burned.’ Win. Collins, the ringleader, is a tall, keen eyed man, with a countenance indicative of treachery and baseness. He claims to be a Captain in tbe loth Mis?., but was recognized here yesterday by a SL John man, who states that Collins has been iu fit. Jolla for some months, that he was born near Loch Lomond, and that he has often worn the rebel uniform of late. The two other prisoners gave their name? as Jones and Phillips. The former said he be longed to the 1st Missouri regiment, and that his wife and child were murdered by the Fed eral* under Jim Lane. He has a youthful look, aud his statement is probably as unreli able as that of his associate in villauy, neither of whom have, it is believud, ever been in the Confederate service. The testimony of the three prisoners es tablished the fact that they were determined upon plunder, pillage and robbery, to be car ried out on a large scale, if their associate? had joined them, aud, as Collins remarked in his evidence, they were determined to accom plish their purpose ‘peaceably if they could, but forcibly if they must.’ I lie prisoner who gave Ins name as Phillips, said he had been promised a chance to go on a piratical craft. Collins, when asked, said that lie could cot produce his commission as a Confederate officer. The prisoners were or dered to recogniie iu the sum of $20,000.— They were sent to Uachias jaii under aslroug guard where they arrived at ball past thn e o'clock this morning. When they were taken from the court room much indignation was manifested outside, and many evinced a ilis nition to deal summarily with them. There o doubt that the prisoners iutended to murder the cashier, and this supposition is strengthened by their own evidence. Rumors were rife last evening that a large cumber ol raiders from St. John and vicinity (of whom the three prisoners were the advance guard) intended making a descent upon the city by water. Orders were received from the Adjutant (feuera! at Augusta, to detail fifty men be • longing to the Stato Guards here for service night aDd day. This order is now' iu force.— Our city again wears a martial aspect. The remaining invaders will meet with a warm re ception.” A Mission to Bichmond. (Special Drsdatrh to the New York Time?.] Washihciton, Wednesday, July 20. An individual, fresh from Richmond, not as a released prisouer, but a guest, entertained three days in the capital of the Southern Con federacy, arrived here to day direct from Rich mond by way of Gen. Grant's headquarters. His naoie is Col. James F. Jaques, of the 7;ht Illinois Volunteers, Colonel, but Parson, also, being a Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Though neither envoy nor ambassa dor, Col. Jaques had a mission of bis own, clothed witli uo authority to speak for either President or Government, he appears to have had authority enough of some kiud to com mand a hearing from the principalities and powers that sit in Richmond; iu tiue, without being a plenipotentiary,he seem* to be endow ed with a certain species of power behind the throne that caused^ him to be attentively lis tened to and kindly treated by tbe chiefs of the rebellion. CHARACTER OK Ills MISSION. Ol the real object and end of Col. Jaques's mission, I am requested by himself not uow to speak. It is perfectly proper to state, that it is in uo respect official iu its character, aud that he had no warranty whatsoever to enter into any negotiations betweeu this Government and the reln-l authorities. Secondly, it may be stated that though Col. Jaques’s mission con templates results of the highest importance, these results are ulterior rather than immedi ate. The President, without according him tbe smallest recognition or authority, was willing, believing his honesty of purpose, that he should try the experiment of a visit to Richmond. Accordingly, lie gave him a personal recom mendation to Gen. Grant to pass him through the lines, or otherwise forward his views, cor.. JAqiTES DOES TO IIK'IIMOXII. Thus aided, Col. Jaqes, accompanied hy Mr. Gilmore, made his way from (feu. Grant's headquarters by the North side of the James river, aud passing the rebel lines, readied the Confederate Cadital. Here they remained lor three days—Saturday, Sunday aud Monday last. While in Richmond, Col. Jaques, at his own request, was placed under guard; but he had the entire freeborn of the city, and put up at the “craak” hoteit of Richmond. INTERVIEWS WITH THE RE1IEL PRESIDENT. The Colonel, during his three days’ stay, visited the various Confederate authorities, as well as the prisons aud hospitals in which pur oaptlves aud wounded are confined. He bail two prolonged interviews with President Davis in his otllce in tlie Custom House; and although th • nature and subject matter oi the conversation between him and the reb el President are not proper lor present publi cation, yet it U understood that Col. Jaques met with considerable succc-s in impressing his views upon Mr. Davis. When taking his leave, Davis took the Colonel's hand in both ins, shook it warmly and cordially, aud stated that, leaving out of view the present struggle he had the highest respect for his character and aims. THE RBUEL PRISON*. Tlie Colonel was permitted to visit the Lib by aud Relle Isle prisons, aud reports that he was agreeably disappointed by the compara tively comfortable condition in which he found onr Union caplives therein confined. The wounded, also, though only the more desper ate cases are retained in the hospitals of Rich mond, he found as well cared for as could Ire j expected. HOW RICHMOND LOOKS. The streets of Richmond are almost de serted, lew others being seen tliau soldiers, women, negroes andscripples. Many of the stores however, remain open, and there is some business activity. THE REBEL PRESIDENT. Col. Jaques describes Jeff. Davis as hale and hearty in appearance, his health being much better latterly than it haa beeu, and, though thin in face and person, tlie tough aud wiry constitution of the rebel chieftain presents no likelihood of his giving out during the natural life of the rebellion. 126 Exchange Street. 126 ITugli NT. IPhinney, WOULD inform his frind* and former customers that he has taken the Store No. 126 Exchange Street, where he intends to carry on the Siove uml Fiiriiucc Business, Xu all its branches. STOVES, of all kinds, of the newest and most approved patterns, Furnaces and Ranges, Tin and Hollow Ware. H’-Scccnd baud Stove. bought, or tike n in ex- i change for new. Stove*. Ra*uk*, Fuhka< ks. and Tin Wam repaired at short notice, in a faithful maimer. rateful for former (fatronags, he hopes by strict attention to business, and fair dealing, to receive e generous share of public favor. _ _ _ maj23dtf Oil IOK OF T 11 K ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, NKW YOEK, JAN CARt 26, |S64, rpilE Trmlee., in conformity to the Charter ol the A Company, rnbmlt the following rtateuient ol Its affair, on the ;U-t liicembtr. 18o3. rremiunts received on Marine Risk., front l.tJanuary, ISO#, to 31>t De cember, 1863 *1,214,398 93 Premiums on Policies not marked off 1st Jauu&ry, 1863, 1,706 m o4 Total amount of Marine Premiums, *10,006,001 17 No I'ulicit* have been issued upon Life Risks; nor upon Fire Risks discoo WWtsd with Marine Risks. Premiums marked off from 1st Jau., ivy, to 31-1 December, 18:3. *7 597 (&} 56 Lo->es paid during the same period, 3.8U6.651 04 Returns ol Premiums and Expenses, 1.082,967 48 The Company has the following Ague's, vix: Unit d States and .Stat of New York Stock, City. Bauk anl other Stocks, 83.492 631 30 Loans secured by Stocks,andotherwise. 1,460,700 00 i Real Estate and Bonds and Mortgages, 193 7«o oy Dividends on Stocks,Interest on Bouds ’ and Mortgages and other Loans,sun dry Notes, re io>urance and other claims doc tho Corap’y , estimated at 104 964 61 Notes and Bills Receivable, 3,278,676 »i3 Lasn in Bauk, 744.813 ss lotal amount of Assets, p<« 266 456 32 Six percent Interest ou the Outstanding certiii- . cates ot profits will ba paid to the holder?thereof, or their legal iwroseutattvea. on and alter Tuesday the Second of February neat. J After reserving Three aud One half Million Dollars ?LBro#Sv,Ue °,ul“,",ldink oerUflctt. uf Hie iwnc of 1882, » II bn redeemed xml pud to the bolder, there of, or their legal reprt>entativ< s, on and after Tues- 1 day, the Second of February next, from which date ail interest thereon will t ease. 1 he ccrtidcates to be produced at tho time of payment, and cancelled A Dividend of Forty Per Cent, is declared on the not earned premiums of the Company, lor the \©ar ending31-1 December, 183), for which ©ertilidatis whl be issued, ou and after Tuesday, the Fifth of April next. The Protits of the Company,ascertained Fro o the 1st of the 1st of Jan , lsC3, for whicn Certificates were i sued, amount to a 14 328 8M) Additional from 1st Jau., 1863, to 1st * * January, 1834, 2.630 000 Total profit, for211 year., *16,968.880 The Certificates previous to 1862, have been redeemed by ca«h, 11,690.219 Net earnings remaining with the Com pany, on 1st January, 1864, *5.263,670 By order of the Board, \Y. TOWNSEND JONES, Secretary. T R 1ST E ES. John l>. Jones, David Lane, Charles Dennis, James Bry«e, W. H. H. Moore. Wm. .Sturgis, jr., Thos. Tileston, H. K. Hojrert Henry Colt, A. A. J.ow, ' W.C. Picki -rag ill, Win. E. Dodge, LewinCurti-, Dennis Perkins, C has. if. IJiihiell, Jo*. Gailtard, jr.. Low, 11 Holbrook, J. Henry Burgy, P. A. Hargous, Cornelius Grinnell K. W. Weston. C. A. Hand, Kotal Phelp*, Watts Mierm*n, Caleb Bars’ow, E. E. Morgan. A. P. Pillot. B. J. Howland, Lvroy M Willey, Bcnj Babcock. Daniel b. Miller, Fletcher W ©stray, 8. T. Nicoll. H. B. Miuturn, Hr., Josh'aJ. Henry, Sn W. Burnham, Geo. (1. Hobson, Fred. Chauncey, James Low. JOHN D .JONES. President. CHARLES DENNIS. Vice President. W. H. 11 MOORE,-id Vice President. K3F*Applications forwarded and Opxn Polic ikh procured Dy , JOHN W. MUNGBR, Agent, No. 16G Foto street, head of Long Wharf, PORTLAND. M y. June 3.—\r2wfccodtojau2i* 8 u no cox Ukxbbal’s Okfick. I Washiugt n City, June24,1964.1 Y\T ANTED— Suryton* and Astir!ant burgeons for the Colored Troop»—Candidates must be Graduate* ol *ome Regular Medical College, and must be examin'd by a Board ol Medical officer* to be convened by the Surgeou Gei eral. The Board wf I determine whether the candidate will be ap pointed Surgeon or Assistant turgeou, according to nv-rit Applications accompanied by one or more test inonials from mapcctaldc pencil*, f * to moral character, fkc.. should be addressed to the *urgeon General, U. S. A., Washington. D.C , or to the As* sLtant surgeon General. 1 . 8 A.. Louisville, Ky. Boards are now in session at Boston, New U k, Washington, Cincinnati, 8t. Louis, and New Or leans. Also wanted, Hospital Stewards for Colored Reg iments. Candidates must possess a fair English Ed ucation, and be familiar with the com; oundiug and dispensing of If edicims. Application** must be made us hi the ci*e of burgeonund Assistant Surgeon*. Compensation from *2300 to *33 00pt*r month, with ciotliing, rations, fuel ami quarter*. J08 K. BARNES, iul)l-2mow Acting Surgeon Geueral. Removal. HAVING rcmo\od from my old stand to the store No. 91, Commercial street, and associated in\s If iu business with Mr. Henry Fling, I would take this opportunity to thank in} customer* for past favo-s.aml would respectfully solicit their future patronage ot the firm of Fling k Whittemore. 4t , . STEPHEN WHITTEMORE. 1 ortland, July 9th, lwib julyl2d4w Copartnership Notice. mine undersigned have thisday formed a Copart A nersliip under the name and siyle ol Fliug k \\ tntlemoro. and have taken the store formerly oc c-pi -d by Henry Fdcg, No. 91, Commercial street, w! ere they intend doing a Coinmi.^iou and Whole sale business, in Teas, Tobacco, W. i Goods, Gro ceries aud Provisions. HENRY FLING 8TEP1IES WUITTEMORK. Portland July 8,1864. dtf IF YOF HAVEN’T A~ REFRIGERATOR ! OR. if you have an old one that don’t exactly suit vou, don’t fail to examiue the very best pat tern now in use, the POLAR REFRIGERATOR. For sale at the Furniture Room* of W ALTER COREY', 52 and 54 Exchange street. June 6,1864.— d2ui Dissolution. riYIIE lirmof Howard k Mrout, as Attorneys ard ■. Counsellors a* Law, is this day dieaohed by mu tual consent. Either partner will attend to the set tlement of of the httsincssof the late tirrn Mr. Howard w dl c >ntinue to occupy ofli:e91 Mid dle street, over Casco Bank Mr. 84r°ut will oocopy office 105 Middle .(reel, opposite bead of l'lumb street. .Joseph Howabd, „ , „ Skwall C. Sthout. Portland, June 27, 18«4 —dSm Board. AFI.W more Boarders can be accommodated at ii Dauforth street, two doors above Brackett. Apply aoon. julys MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE. N. A. FOSTER k CO., Proprietors. Fox Block, 82 1-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND, NIK. Attention is respea fully invited to out unrivalled facilities for executing in THE BEST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. « Our Establishment is furni.hed with .11 tlir »p. proved MODERN MACHINERY, And our collection of Book and Fancy Types H’iU bear favorable comparison with any* ment in the city. Business and Professional Cards, tor every variety, style and cost, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Hill-IIeail* Rated and Cut in the Neat est Manner. BLANKS AND HANK CHECKS Of every description executed in the best style. Kr.ilroad, and other Corporation Work, done with promptness aud fidelity. insurance policies, bills of ladinu, TIME TABLES, and all sorts oi J.KdAL DOCUMENTS, at short notice. Sermons, Eeports, aud all kinds of Pamphlets, Put up iu superior style. Bronzed an<l Colored Labels I or Apothecaries Merchants, and Fancy Dealers, got up in the best style of the art. "W^eddinof Cards, Notes qf Invitation, Visiting Cards, Lists qf /Min ces, etc . etc., of every variety and cost, furnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hand-bill*, Mto|>-bills, Prognm mt's Circulars Aud plain printing of every description. Also, llnfe and Figure icortr, executed neatly, aud on terms that cannot fail to satisfy. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office has one of Roper' Improved Caloric Engine* for motive power, and is furnished with improved and costly I*resses—Cylinder and Platen— • from the most celebrated makers. We have in con stant use one of HOE’S LAlidE CYLINDER PRESSES, capable of throwing off 2500 Sheets <u» hour . one of Adam’s Poorer Presses—the beet book press in the world; Adam's aud Potter’s Fast Machine Jot> Presses: Huggles' superior Card Pres; Adams’ and Union large Hand Presses, Standing Presses, and all the machinery necessary for a well appointed office. The Daily Prest Job office is believed to be as well furnished as any aimilar establishment ia the State. 1 hose sending order from tho country may rely on receiving prompt attention. \\ e execute a?l orders in tlio shortest possible time and in the neatest and best manner. \\ e will do all kiuds of printing as well and as promptly, and as cheaf> as any other establishment In the City, County or State. All orders for Job Printing must be directed to tho Daily Press Job Qjfict, No. S2j Kxchangu street, Portland. Me. fhe Job Office Is uuder the ]*-rsonal supervision of the senior proprietor, who is the CITY PRINT MR, and is himself an experienced practical work man, and employ? only well-skilled mechanics in this department of his work. me roruana Daily i'ress, The largest daily paper cast o! Poitou, aud having a larger circulation than all the other dailies in the city combined, is published at the Office in Fox Klock, H'J 1 -‘I Ejtehamj* Street, every morning— Sunday excepted, at $8,00 Per Annum, Irotn aliich i? i-9ger eenf. in discounted for ADVAHcr paymkxth. >erai-u unual and quarterly sub enptions pro rota. Leas thau three months, sixty cents per mouth, or 15 a nts u week. Sixulk Curi kb 3 ClXTH. 13T New-dealer* supplied at the rate oI two and one-third dollars per hundred. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, The largest paper in Now Euglaud. eight pages, is published every Wednesday, containing all the news by mad a d telegraph, important reading matt- . Marine List. Makct Reports, 4c., of the Daih : ^ss,at the follov iDg prioes, viz:— fear, iuvnriublv iu advance...92.00 For mIx uiottiliM . 1.00 Toolnb* ol tear or wore a'l to the same post office, each. 1.7 5 To rlubn of ten or more, all to tho same iH)st office, each.%% .50 And a free copy to the getter up of the club. Subscriptions solicited. Agents wanted in every town. Postmasters rt*jucwted foact as agents. N. A. FOSTER .Si Co., 1*110rimrroRS. Portland June 1. ISM. dtf rppitrlitriMtip Notice. ^11 ill. under.-igned have formed a copartnership 1. under the sty e of G. L Storer A Co . and tak en the store aud s'oek. of Storer. Cutler A Co., where they wilt ron-tautly k« p a large shock of goods for a gem raI jobbing business. GKO. L STORKR. FR ED 810RKR, CIIAS 11. MKSKRVE, Port'.nd, July 18, ISM."' ' ,‘t,CKK- jyl3d3w Talk about Plats ! JUST SEE HARRIS' NEW STYLES. June 4—dtf TOOLBAR THE HOUftEOF FLIES, l Tse Butcher*$ Celebrated LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER, A neat, cheap article, easy to use. Evary sheet will killaouart. Sold every where. jun©4dfcw8w Tl4b^u’ aypinaMics. TliK last opportunity to commence a coarse of lesions at the reduced rates will be given Wednesday. July 13th. Children meet at 8 o’clock r. Mand adults in the evening. New classes will be formed lor begiuuer^&s needed. jyll BUSINESS CARDS. PAPER BOX HAN(7FAET9RV. A. A*. XA'bby, MANUFACTURER OP Paper Boxes, Ul every description, such as Shoe Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Druggist Boxes, Collar Boxes, Shelf Boxes, Conchological Boxes, FowderBoxes, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, &c. 144 Middle St., (UpStairs) Portland, Me. jnneldSm liana & Co. Fish and Salt, I. uthcr Dana. , Portland, Woodburv Dana, J John A S. Dana ) .M 11)110. _jnueldtf J. Smith tfc Oo., MANUFACTURER®op Leather Belting, Card Clothing. Lioni Straps, Belt Leillirr Backs and Sides, LEATHER TR/MMIXOS, fc., Hanson’s Block, 144 Middle St., Portland, Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory, Lewiston. II. M Brewer, (jnldSm) b. F. Noyes JOIll T. KOtdEIW X r«.7 Commission Merehants, AND WHOLK8ALK DEALERS IK Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. 61 Commercial Street, Tohn T. Rogers, I .... Chaa. B. Rogers. | lORTLAND, ME. _ _ _ _ juneldOm Wholesale and lie tail. 3L,. ID VIS, ttooksdler, Stationer, AMD MAMUKA. TURKU <>» Premium Paged Account Books. paper HANuiaas. No. 63 Kxobange Btre.t, Portland. Me. Juneldit CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, Fresco and Banner Fainter, No. Ill Nfitltllo Street, PORTLAXD, ME. JBT" Work executed in every part of the State juneltf KUFUS DUNHAM, Manufacturer ami Wholesale Dealer In B RITANNIA ^ —AMD— Plated Ware, No. 218 A ’ore street, Portland Maine. Port laud, May 17th, 1864. mayKdtl M. G. WEBB & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Flour, NO. 81 COMMERCIAL STREET, apl4 PORTLAND, ME. dtf BURGESS, FOBES, & CO., MASCBACTCBEB* Or Japan, While Lead, Zinc, Paint*, And (Wound Color*, a>ii> DCAUIts iy Drugs Medicines, Pa nts, Oils A Varnishes. Paint and Color Factory, No. 29 Munjoy St., OlBce k Salrareonia, HO ('oiuuicrrial Si., (Thomas Block.) Hp.NKT II. BURQLSS, r,unT, , a y n (Jhaelks S. Fob km. rflflim, II. maylSdtf BLAKE, JOAE8 A CO., FL0DR& GRAIN DEALERS, Aud Be vem of Western and C adian Produce, 13T Commercial Strret, • - . Granite Block. Charles Blake. ) Henry A. } POIITLAND. K. W. Oa^p. ) jnnoldtf JOHN LYNCH & CO., ’ Wholesale Uv ocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite Stores, - - - Commerc'nl street, (Opposite head Widgery Wharf.) John Lvuch, i 1‘eleg Barker.' PORTLAND, ME. Thoa. Lynch ) juneldtf BOLE Ac MOOD! , OMSKSAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And \\ holcMile Dealers in FLOUR. CORN AND PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt Clock, Commerc:cl St, Andrew T. Dole, I i^pti ivn x. Franklin . Moody, } I OKI LAND, ME. juuelihim LAME A LITTLE, Who’e*ale Dealer- in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AND "W oolons, No. M*2 M iddle ntreet, A. Utni. I PORTLAND, ME. _ JuneTdtf ±J. A. LUMONT, Carriage Manufacturer, Preble Sticet, • - Portland, Me. LY'CtnUfu and Sleighs ou baud and made to order. Juuel&dtf c. P. KITl in li., manufacturer of Carriages and Sleighs, Preble wtreet, (NearPreble 1 loose,) 1‘OKTLA.ND, ME. Sale Rooms, 110 and 112 Sudbury St., Motion, Mats. juocltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Flour, i«r;\lu 4c Produce CenmiisgioH Mrrchauls, and Millers’ isents. Office and Warehouse Xo. « Gaft /'dock, Commer cial Street. We offer for sale to the trade, many choice and well-known Brandi* of Flour, from St. Louis, I di not*, Wisconsin, Ac , which wo are constuutl receiving. N , ('■ A Co .are also Agents f.r 1‘ittman A Co.’s, »»d other brands of m&uufactured Tobacoo. ft^Cash advance** made on all consignments. Portland, Juue 1, 1804. jnldtf DR. W. R. JOHNSON, DENTIST. Insert* Artificial Teeth on Cold. Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, and w arrant* them iu all cases to be a perfect tit. Dr. J. also gives special attention to Filling Teeth. Office 229} Congress street, two doors west from the Court House. Portland, June 1, 1964.— eod’Jin 63 Removal. 63 J. M. KNIGHT & SOU, Commissi o 11 merchants, And dealers in Country Produce, have moved to No. G3 Commercial street. Portland, May 10th, 1964. maylOdtf PAKTKII’ATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will issue Polices to be free after the payment ot six, eight or ten Premiums at the option of the insured and at rates as low' as auy other Company. The issue of Free Policies renders it at t least equal if not superior to the participation o£ae No. 103 fiddle St. CHARLES HOLDEN, Pre1. «»AW,Se.. BUSINESS JJAtiDS. UR.tDLEV, MOI LTOX 4 ROGERS Wholesale Dealers ie Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, 1 homes Block, kOBEUT IIKALBV, 1 ° “ k'li-LTos, [ roRTl-AXD, MR. A. a. Btx.Ei-.S. ) ___ ma>3dtf W. W. CARR & CO., Having taken the Fruit 8tore foimerly occupied b O. 8AWYEK, No. *5 Eiclmngc Street, Are prepared to offer to the trade a large and wall selected stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit! Wholesale and He tail 8priwr G nm, Lsiea|sl Demo..., Canary Seed. Candies, .sine*. Demon S, rup, Honey, Cocoa Fl«s. t ilron. Not., nil kinds. Dates, 0“^., Kalslns, T.bneee, Ha rdiues, Cigar*. Fancy Caudle, of all dewerlptlou oc!8dtf IRA WINU, Agent, ISTo. 11 Union St., I* prepared to fnrLi*h STKAil ENGINES and BOILERS, of variouffcizea and pattern*, ?to»ia Pipe tad Fiiicra, Silltie»yi-r, ghkftimt, PiHejkte, LieHT House Wouk of ail description*, and ail kind* of work required iu buildiuf FoBTinoATioa*. IruBStairs and other Architectural Work. Hoases, Siores, «nd other building*, tilted with Ga« and Steam in the beet manner. nnectioc with the above is an Iron Fonndrv, with a largo aMortmcnt ci Pattern*, to which the attention of Machinist*, M»llwri*hb-.and 8hip-Bulld Si short B^ceft“'i 111 kiUd‘ C‘“,lnK8 furn-h“) igS5SWg£#*>l,t' r,ft0Md *yiv«SB >• SEWING MAGHINESI WOODMAN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS, Pfea. *4 iDltt.Middle Street. Kee4J**ai4 Trimming*always on hand. mahlStf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, DENTIST, No. 170 Mlddl Street. lirninon.Dm. Baoom and Bunn. Portland, May 25,1938. u Dr. J. If. HEALD HA VINO di*po*ed ol hi* entire intereet in hit 0®ce to Dr. B.c FKRXALD. would cheerfully recoomjnend him to hi* former patients and the pub * frv10 lo»f experience, L pri par ed to Insert Artificial Teeth on the*'Vulcanite Iiaae " and alloth*r meth >d» known to the cMeaeion Portland. May '45. 1m13 H WOOD AND CO At tiif tp i «r nsn • Si’IUXG MOUNTAIN, I.KHIGH, HKZfLTON. Sl(>AL LOAF, OLD COMPANY LKliK.ll. LfK CU8T MOUNTAIN. JOHNS. DIAMOND. WEBS 1 EL atui BLACK U KA TU. Thoee C’oal* are of the rcry i***t quality, well ncrt-cncd and picked, and warranted to five gatiafaction. AUo for wile beet of IIIHD AND SOFT HOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Ofviok Comm Kan a i. St., head of Franklin Whurl. S. R(llfM)» A SON. febl6 lly 11 1 HUE.N S I91FORVED KIKK AN1) WATERPROOF FELT COMPOSITION, -AMD C3-z*«, voi Roofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. Lt. IILRSEY, Agent, Jan‘46 dlf . No. ltf Union Street. AUlEItT WEBB A CO* - DBALBR*IK - Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OF MERRILL 8 WHARF, ‘ •“■■•relMl Street.- - Pertiaad, Me. _ ___ JaSStf EDWARD H. BURQIN, WHOLKPA LX DBA I.KB IK Corn, Meal vuuY Flour, A'so. Ground Rock Salt. Commission ilerrhaul FO* PURCHAPKAIl) SAL EOF I3arley, Rye and Oats. |#’“Car* loaded with Corn in bulk free of chi rye. Wnii'himw No. 120 Commert'ial Street, And City Milz.8, Dceriog Bridge. _ juneleodem JOHN F. ANDERSON. ~ Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODMAlf BLOCK, mctalTd&wtf Tkmplk Stkkxt. Nooteh Canvas, -WO* BALM BY— JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Until, Me. BOLTS Superior Bleached «v/U 300 do All Long flax “Gov- .. onuaent contract," a!f—K”* 100 do Extra All Long flax Arbroath. 900 do Navy Fine Delivered in Portiand or Boston, Rath. A:rllt0.1S«3 apSSdtf M. PEARSON, Silver Plater, AMD MAKUrACTUKKH OF SILVER WARE, 288 Congress Bt.,Opp. Court House,Portland,Me. F^*“All kind* of WARE, such as Knives, Forks, Spoons, Cake Baskets, Castors, Ac., plated in the best manner. *Lo. REPAIR/NO and RE-FINISHING Old Silver Ware. jan29 dtim 'rTe’mc'o v al. UR. NEWTON HAS removed his residence to No. 37 Middle Street, comer of Franklin street. Office a* heretofore. No. 115 Exchange Street, la Noble’s Block, up stairs. Office hours'from 9 to 10 A. M.. from *j to 3. and from 8to 9 o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with general practice, to give special attention to DISEASES OF FKUALBS. oo31dtf WILLIAM A, PEARCE, P L IIM B E R! MAKER OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. Ill EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold and Shower Ruths Wash Howls, Uni's «$r Silirer Plated Corks, I^YKRY description of Water Fixtures for Dwel* J ling Houses, Hotels. Public Buildings, Shops, Ac , arranged aud set up in the best manuer, and all orders in town or country faithfully executed. All kind* of jobbing promptly attended to. Cotutafitly LEAD 1*H*ks, SHEET LEAD and BEER PL M PS of all descriptions. ap9dtf The Clica|><‘«>( Agrnry IIIOR collecting all classes of claims arising from the war is that ol the “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,” iu which the expenses are controlled by a disinter* eated Executive Committee. Apply in person, or by letter, to GEORGE F. EMERY, over the Portland Po»t Office, 3d story. dawly \ _ MERCHANDISE. lliu-kmrtack Ship Timber. OAK, Hackmatack, ami Hard Wood Plank,Tree. nail, from 12 to 28 inches, Treenail Wedgee, ko 1C'.b,r oc., L. TAYLOR. June28d3m Gait s Wharr, Portland. Treenails. 100,000 .w^8 TREENAILS, for S1MONTON t KNIGHT, i, „ , . 4$ Commercial Wharf. 1 ortland. June 13.1864. junslhdtf ‘•Honey.” 7TCS. PRIME CUBA HONEY, for aale in bond on duty paid. . THOMAS ASENCIO fc CO. June 10.—isdtr Sugxr and Molasaea. aoo UHDSl CHOICE MUSCOVADO 8U 10 TC8. j GAR. oil HUBS 8ulterior HiHoo*ado, and 3-' TC8 Clayed Molaast *, il BBLS from oierra Morenn, a\'ow laiuliug and tor sale by 1 HUM 43 A8KNCIO fc CO., ma),J0 Custom House Wharf Sierra ifloreua Molasses. 0*>- HliDS . CHOICE SIERRA MORENA auTIERCSSl MOLAKSLS, 10 BBLS ’ Now landing from Brig "C. II Kennedy” I UOS. ASENCIO k CO , Ma> 3--,f C^U Wharf. Scoieli I'uuvan. 1*^0 BOLT!—from the factory of David Cor ’ Sir k Sons. Loith—a sail cloth of superior quality—Just received per "Jura”, and for sale bv MoGILVERY, RYAN k DAVIS, 1 mchaodtf ^61 Commercial Street. iVANTS, LOST,FOUND Reliable Agent* Wanted. (1V.NH.KMKN of . aergy atd imt grit*, in every C ouuty in Mai - e. to repr< *< ut a Ion# establiab* ed, hi>t claxfi Lite lupuiance Company. the buri neMia easily lean ed—no capital is required-atd the protits are certain and continued* All n«cc>s wv advantage* end iostiwction will to a Abided partied who with to undertake this LuHUtir. which cuu be conducted either txrlueively or in eowic c* tion with other occupation*. Immediate implied (with refer**nc *) ar- requested from t ,rH *D(j country. Addrert K.( tb-neral AjrerjL . %>r i IVeble House, n>rt aud. Lost. ON the ISth ic»t.. a Note dated July 16th, 1S64, and payable to the order ot Acute a Sawyer ou d maud, for the rum of titty dollars, Sai 1 note waa sgntd by George Sawyer Pa. mo t of said Note is hereby stopped GEulCuK MAW YI K Portland. July l.Mh, Is'’,I Jv2?d3t* Situation Wanted. B1 a v oang man 21 veals old. Reference a given. Mad four years’ experience in a iirsl claa. Gro cery in Boston : also or. years av eulr\ clerk Address J S. E »l this ollici. MMSt" Ciirraiil* Wanted. r»YIIK subscriber w ant* frcmit) to fei bushel. A'i. e ■ Rife t armair, for which Ue will par the high est market priee. at hi* dole in Saccarai j a , II S. CLAY, jyltl Ikwlf Can ants Wuim s, TITUE highest market price pa'il for rip - Currant* C i» any fuautitie*. v CKEENOIGH * Ml»l:-K, . . , No. 2u Market Senate. Port and, July 19.—JA wlf Bitartl VViiiifpil BT a oung mao and hi- wifi: within lea minutes’ wall of the Post i ilhoe. Address,/stating 1 ra tion, terms, kc.) ..... "* • C- P’m” Luck Box Xo.4'1 p. o. jylinlf Wanted! « lady with two chiMn n a <itu»ti*»n a ■ boutt* Lerpdr, govcfiios*. or trwshe ; vuMdo * .win/ r-umrjr uot object'd to A he.rue, to wngc* r .iuir Ajp’y toMRS. COOK, t ity Uo‘cl PortUnd, _ jylSMlw Wallet IdOM. ON 1 hur.-iJay. July lllb. on Commercial street, l car Thomas Block, a I.« ath r Wallet co tain iug between sixty ami -pfcuiv d dlars. Tii« Under wi Ibe liberally rewarded h> ieavingit at ihec.?unt i»ig room of tbe Daily Prase djelyl61w Pilot Witni'rtl. VST KAilt, comjicleut amt capable man. hat ing a thorough knov lad (cof Portland lla. bur and its outer approaches, is wauled tor the |ito’*geof tile itwsnca.M. (ick.s SrnsueHri’ i naniT's Liverpool and Glasgow Line of Steamers the com ing w ilier. The Pilot engariug for Ihi- sen i c will bi ri.jiiireit to boaul thu tvi.-hums „u si.'e of the Bulwark Suoal and Al !■ n's I;, ck. Anpllcttiuna re C’iv*d by JAMES I . FAUMFK. jj'IS c3ar No. to Exchange Strei t. Wanted. VBOY, not let* than sixteen rears of age, to act as Carrier. Must come w-11 recommended — Apply at tbe Counting Room of the Press. Jv Ibdtf Lost. STRAY ED from the pasture of Mr. Francis Rob erts, Westbrook, last mouth, a ikies star old gray Colt, small size; whoever wip re;it u nim or Information where be may be found, will be suitably rewarded, by calling at No. is Spring .ft „ , . FRANCIS E FMEKY. l ortlan 1, July 13,1804 —dtf Substitutes. A N l ou<‘ warning a SubfTitu e. for one or three i.V y« ars, can bo supplied with out by calling upon J. M. Todd. llair-Dit-sccr. corner of Middle and Exchange streets. J M. TODD. jy One who believes the Rebellion*, an be put down by tho I niou forces, july I'JeodSw * lulormniioti Hitmeil. William collixs. william godakd aud JoIfN E. LACEY, who were supposed to be natives of Portland, having died iu the United Sta'es’ service, their htirsoan hear of valuable infor inatlou on application in person rr by le'.ter to BRADFORD A HARMON, . , No. ad Exchange street, luly6dAw3w_ Portland. Me. Wanted. A 8ITI ATI ON wanted by a young man, in a i.V wholesale store. Best of reference given. Inquire of A. B 11JJLDEN, office near Post Office. Jj 4 d3w s‘2il Reward ! STOLEN from tbe subscriber on Tuesday Even ing, while in Pierce’s aucMou room, a Calf skio Pocki t Book containg *f4 in ntoui-y, a uote against Charles ITodgdon, Gorham, for «Si),aud cue against Charles Hooper for *13. The above reward will b> paid for the recovery of tbe properly aud the detec tion of the thief. Tune 8 -tl GEORGE BECK Board. SUITS of Rooms, with Board, can be obtained by applyiug immediately at 3tl Daufortli street. S»ylllb mayWdtf A. & S. SHURTLEFF & CO., NOS. 51 * .56 MIDDLE STREET, r OKTLAND. Manufacturers and Dealers in Men’* Boy*’ and Youth’* Thick, Kip and Calf Boot*, Women’s Misses and Children’s Goat, Kid and Calf Balmorals, Hubbers. Shoe Stock, Findings, Ho. Y17TTH our superior facilities for manufacturing, f f aud a largo experience in the business, we we are able to sell as low as in Boston or elsewhere. Dealers are respectfully invited to call and ex amine our stock before purchasing. a3F“*'J*’ders by mail promptly attended to. Portland. April XI, 1*64. dfim NOTICE. WK. the .adersigued, having sold our Stock of if Coal and Wood to Mi ssrs. Rainfall, McMis t<r if ,Cb., do ehcertuMy recommend them to our former customers. All persons having demands against us are requested to present them tor settle ment, and all persons indebted to us are requested to make immediate payment at the old stand « here one ol the undersigued may be found for the present. SAWYKI * WHITNEY. Portland, June 6,1864. Junel3d3w Coal aud Wood! miiB subscriber having purchased tba Slock of A. ('oa! and Wood, and taken the stand recently occupied by Messrs. San-yer If Whitney, head of Maine U'harf, are now prepared to supply their former patrons nod the public generally , with a due assortment of WELL PICKED ASD SCREES ED Old Company Lrhlgh, Sugar Isiat Lehigh, llarclioti Lrhigh, Locust .Mountain. John's. While and Rod Ash, Diamond and Lorberry, Together with the best quality of Cumberland Coal ! A Superior Coal for Blacksmiths, ▲Iso, Hard and Soft Wood, Delivered to order In any part of the city. The former customers of Messrs. Sawyer k Whit ney are respect lull v invited to give ns a call RANDALL. MeALUSTER k CO. Portland, Juno 18* 1864.—dly CLOTH I H. E M O V a t . JOSIAH BURLEIGH HAS REMOVED TO NEW STORE, EVANS’ BLOC K, Nos. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGHj Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Cothing.Coths, Tailors’ Trimming, -AND GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, "•* 111 A 143 VII (Idle Street. JOSIAH BdHLEUiH, Agent forti ner 1 Baker’s celebrated Sewing Machines, No* 141 & 143 Middle Street. NATHAN GOOLD Will say to his Iriends that he may be lcund at Bur leigh’s, No. :41 Sc 143 Middle street, where he will be plt-a-ed to wait upon hi» fencer customer*. Portland, March !i4. 1864. dtf JUST RECEIVED I • — i. ROLLINS & BONO. HAVINf* refitted their store and received a large assortment of * ELEGANT STYLt8 -or O LOTUS! ai:k to Show Them to Their Cnitonerr. Also, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, ■■ Great Variety, -AT Ntiddle Street. _ ma>9if V. S. 10.40 UUX \ FIRST NATIONAL BANK I -OF PORTLA’N]), designated repository -or TM UNITED ST A TES. I TIu> Bank is prepared to recdrtj nttMcriptioM fbr the Dew “TEN I'OHTl’ LOAN,” which ic dated March 1,1 H, hearing interest at lee ; per cent, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN, redeemable at the pleasure of the Government aitei ten yean, and payable in forty yean from date Interest on Donds not oner one hundred dollar, payable aaunally, and on al. other Bouda semi annually. Bonds can be had in lire, cl *60, «1U0, *600, *)0tl0. WM, EI>W. GOULD, mobSldtf_ Cashier. Kforge We 71 an«oii, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 71 Middle Street, Portland, Me. A .hare of patronage respctlnlly .oLci'ed and *atfefacticn given. Order* from the country promptly attended to. Add res. George W. Manioa, if Middle street Room No 10. up ataln, Portlaad. Me. June 14— d3m TP-TOWN SHOE STORE! SAMUEL BELL. 353 CONGRESS ST., UAS con.-antly on hand a large and well .elect ed stock of Boots, Shoes, AndlULL .IttTHLS* lU TB AT LINK, for the u.f 01 Ladies. Gentlemen and Children, to wh ih he in v*t«S the attention ol the-,, about to make purchase* aa having on.- of the be.t in the eltr Custom ork and Repairing done mth neatnci* and dis patch. I Portland, June 21.—dtoaugl Copartnership Notice, -AMD ! BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT i rill IE Hibscribers having on tin* 7th day of Mar A formed a copartnership antler the name of MctarAy Ac Berry, For the pnrposg of carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS In all it# branches, and having all the facilities for ! get'icg up first class work for gentlemen and lad'es, wear, are now ready to execute all orders with neat nea* and oispatch Our work will b« made of the 1 belt ol imported stock, br the be d of workmen, acd warrati'cd to give perfect satisfaction. It is our aim that cur word shall not be second to any in the l ilt ed States. We have also completed a stock of ready-made work ot the first quality, ter L*adioa, Gentlemen, and Children’s Wea 8elocfed from New York and Boston markets Our Ladies' work b fr..m the celebrated Burl. MtiMMfactori of New York F or tieiitlemeu’s wtar we have the beat i.Mjrtmrat ever ofcn <1 for aale In thi* city ; each «» Hue French l‘»teni Leather Itoote; Glove Calf and ( air i on «***• lor gentle men', wear; Latent Leather ton grea-, mid calf tong res, Balmoral, and lew French Buck c Boot, Have you aeen the new atyle <«liIMI'F:i>-FRONl BLt KLE BOOT, now made by Met art by ft Ber ry ? For neatueaa, comtort and beauty, it aurpeeaei auything ever got up io thie city t'a.'l aud are it: aamplea alaaya on hand at the old a'and of M Me i earthy. McCarthy a kekry, No. 96 Kxchauge Street. Jnneldti STATE COLLEGE —T-—OF Agriculture and Mechanis Arts ! TIIU undersigned, Comiui.vioDers, appointed un der a resolve of the lad Legislature, an ; author i/ed eud directed by said resolve lo in.iteaud re- i oeive donations and beuetactions in aid of the pro nosed "College tor the benefit of Agriculture anti the Mechanic Art*," aud to cadre proposals for the location thereof, hereby give noi<* that they are prepared lo receive such donations, tenetaction* aud proposal*, aud request that all o<-mm unicat ions touching the same may be made before the first day of deptetuber next, addressed to the undersigned. \VM. G CROSBY. Belfast. WM. G CROSBY, JOSEPH EATON, samcel f. peklf.y. julvSlAwto septl At a Court of Probate held at Portland, w ithin and for the Couuty of Cumberland, ou the first Tnea day of July, iu the year of our Lord eight een hundred and sixty-.our. 8AMi!El II HR A lib UK Y, having presented his petition, representing that Solomon Thayer, late of Portland, in raid County, deceased, oid in his life time make a It gal contract to convey to True Brad bury, certain real estate doscrited in said petition aud praying that authority may be given to the ex ; tcutrix of th9 last will and testament of raid Solo mon Thayer to execute the necessarv deeds to car ry said oontract into effect. It was Ordered, That the said Petitioner give uo I tice to all persons interested, bv causing uotice to ; be published one week in the Maine State Pres*, and •even days in the Daily Press, printed at Portland, that they may appeal at a Probate Court to beheld at said Portland, on the third Tuesday of July next, at ten of the dock in the forenoon, aud show cause, * if any they have, why the same should not be grant JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. ▲ true copy, Attest, _ . EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. Jdylldtdfcwlw’ MISCELLANEOUS. Hanson Block. Middle Si.. No. 1«L on the apnt. ami attend, to hi. biuine^nnd ^am£ ieea, a* during the | tut 13 p an, no JJtaPjjn0?. Ri'',r.. 0,,b*,fUlI0re' Fl‘e hwodred re forenoon of «r»i elar. bneuie,. non, with noit other, ortM. •Dr.wUlteatUVl, the practleal u?l!tty, capnetowa nee. and eotapfeteoMa of my ay.tama and VnSn“, of teaching, and ctiizt n, of other citiea have t,e«et to the,ante. Diploma, will be *wSrtSTfcTthS ougb course*. Able Assistants secured. Bart’ett’s fonudar of Commercial <_Vllegea, .trictlr adhered to a, regard, not copying. Certain timn trill he deroted to Comuicreiaf Law elucidation,.— Come tli wliq have failed to bo tauuht a tnsfnnm band-writing aud I will guarantee to you sueceas Application* soJicttfHi for Accountants. Separata in struction given. Studeuts can enter any time. Sep arate room* for Lr.diee. Tuition reasonable. I ntn eat© accounts adjusted. I adks and Lcntleaaa that desire to take lessons, or a ftiU, or a separata coarse in citL«r Book-Kcepiug, Navigation, Commercial Law, Phonography. Higher Mathematics, civil en gineering, Surveying. Native Business Writing. Commercial Arithmetic. Ccm«pondence, Cara Marking,(and teaching from printed oopiee and 2SSSfcT^1*#vo14*4 Portland Oct 1. l*w SmjSZESt, ALDRICH’S PATENT Water * Elevator ! food and leaa bad i '«u**,li€? ***** *nf * *• w flatuie in u*e for house weds. Don’t (ail to see it before you i uy anr lubd 11 works so ZWXIT* child tight years’old can draw with it. It is !< w priced: it Imts notH *g in the wster to injure it it doe, not fjraeie; it i, ,lm pie-, it la not llknly to get out of order, lhe hucke ha, to valve and emptie. Itaelt. k ou have your well all opaa or oar. ered at p.ea.ure. and ia ju«t ,ueh a ,itopla Datura aa every man need, who taiaea jure water for family Drawer, and Town and Connty light, lor BokJfTtiX ft HICitalNB, jylMDm 18 *,,d 15 Wl'r,n l4»w PaMncikhlp. HOWARD <fe CLEAVES, Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, Office 91 Middle St., over Carco Ilaak, PORTLAND, ME. lOan-a HtWiUD SATHi* rlUTM JylMAwSm s. blood", Succee«or to Gee rge Andertun, ■No. 317 Coigirw Street, Portland, Signof Andereon’e Hoop Skirt Depot, K»«?or°ll"“U,“ b“d * complete aaaort HOOP S K I ft T S, of every tixeand length made of the beet malarial, and warranted to giveperfect .atutactioa Alt?™ bftnU a full axKoituteut vl A ®* Coraet* and Skirt Supporter*, 5fptw,th?»tKl>0pU!*r,nia •• both oreiffB and dou«. ^Sh^hW«iSrerWil5 pairlea doue at abort notice ' “* •» HfSSBSStSMi"! TMaw«a,JI,k»ssS* J - T. Lewis eSc- Go., Mauufkctnrere and Wholeaale Deale • in READY-MADE CLOTHING. AJTD Fl'KNlSUlur, GOODS, Ckamhtri . . . yf, j j g,rttt Rlotii (Over U. J. Libby A Co.,) J. T. Lewie, J V. Lewie. roBTLAXD, ME. -_ __ Jflldtf Carriages, Carriages! I’irmly Ball! and Jltatly Franked. J. F. LIBBEY, No. 20 Preble St., Off?**,*'-- •* his '•teWI.I.mett, t variety ^L,r^i<.fr *e" “•*** ,n ,h« aeateet and moat tab. did «nt ,‘t,"l« of «« mpnw^til ike , . rvu iy iex cl Light 1 arnaaex ana tfaev will h* eold on the mo,, favorable ter uu. Jvr,'*? ."Vi-? C"r‘**c* wUI Hud It for tbelr Inter* iu”awV? h*1"” buTi"« •«»»>•»• ' QHAJIIS COFFEE &8PICK Mlfra ORlaiN.iL establishment. j. GRANT, Wholeaale Dealer In ali hinde of COFFEE, SFICES, Salirraliis * t ream Tartar, A'cm Ccfrt am,l Spirt Mill,. \3msdV, Vnion ,freer forl/finiJ, Mg. * CoBeeandSi icreriit np'or the trade with u. ao'i'ce” *nd *'•■*“* 9>v the trad, at .non All gt Ods entrusted a • the cwner’r risk. __ marchlOdtf WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS MAXL'FACTt'EKK’S BLOCK, * UNION STREET J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, ’ ■AirrAorrsiB o» Steen, F.u*ine*. 8t#»,„ Boiler., sh.nin* PnUct. Otmlu*, .ud mi kind. 01 Machine,? am. Low and Ill*h Pree-ure stem, lire,in* An para tic* lor i-artcri*,. Pubt'c Huiidinni and Dwedin* Uo.W, iu tbrnDt-** par. uent ti e ,, ahiiahmeal haa .,TcfS'??2SViSCrs,!tM.,.o. and (>u Pipe and conn, citon- furnish, d at *** uitole*4l« or retail. Repairing promptly and faithfully l)UB«. Inronn rtloawilh the ab ,v. u .» ’ _ maySdtt BRADFORD & HARM OB, Penaiou and C laim Agents, (Eetablisbed in 1861.) ST1LL continue to deror. their ,rectal and ea.ia aiv. attention to ibe present lea of claims for Pru-^us Uonntio*. Arrrara of Pay and Price Roney, A.nd .11 Other claim* agaiaat tbo U.maul, bar l*5j>£<,,,id* ? Urcaaad tberefur. * r advice free, rei uu at low at at any oth obtafned* * ‘“'d B° pBy until the tlaiatan Oflice 88 Kachan,;.- ttrc.t, Jote Block. F HttADFORD, Jun.21.-dtf " K UAJ,MOli American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NKW YORK. Onpiial £300.000, la.ore Building.. M.rekaadlt., Hoaao helil F'nruilatrr. Kent*, |,rnart, V«a» •el« ibf Sleeks, nn<l eiber Per Prwt.«ny ut tM Lew. •a* rriee. SAMUEL BROWN president WILLIAM RAYNOR. Secretar •ot!7Ty*odED 8UA W A«i»t*M* Middle Street. PR0V08I M A KSUAI/M OFFICE, a Fir mi iHstritl State <<i Maine, *■ I OkTAKO, Jttly IS, 18.4 J X l>l ICEls hereby *i\i*n that may rmoa ftnroted a. 1 may appear before the Hoard of hi rolment and claim to hat o bin nmv stricken off* tfce ’let, if i»e can pbow to ihomu’aciou i f tb* Board that he la not properly euroled op account ot l*t—Alkiago. gf 3d—Hon-Iti^W* »**. 3*1—Over A*e. 4th—r'ernia tent Phyawal decree ae to muter ihe reraou not up oper subject for iu rolmnit suder the i*w«aud i emulation?. I bat tbo examination n f« rred to above max i ot Interfvro with the daily routine ot office bmtfn<», fhe t our* for * xam i aiion will be from lv) A M iw 12 M ■ an J front 2 to | P. 11. CtiAHLRS e DOUGHTY . Crpt and Provoat M_r>h 1 CITY OF PORTLAND. , MAYoa a Orrtc ». „ Jaly !R 13.14 \ The apecial attention of our ci’i/ei « u i atVa M the above uotice of the Trovoat Mar*HI I ‘■hmld be the dntjr of all tboae urno a>e ex» n pt in m draft from eitii, r of the cau*ce meatloued. to a| p y in per son and have th ir rsmoi *akrn fn m ilie .i.’t iu ot ter that « hen the quota-* for the •*• al» are appor tioned. the number to be drawn will tie baaed up©u those a ho oulv are Mable to ^ Dfoliren.t. >uly’4d*ta* ‘ JACOB MiLELLAaN, Mayor.

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