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

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 27, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. 1 VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 27, 1864 WHOLE NO 641 ' I PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T.OILMAN. Editor. I'Obllshed at No. 831 EXCHANGE 81 KELT, by N. A. FOSTER & CO. Tna Pobtland Daily Paxes ia published at 8S.OO per year: if paid striotly in udyance. a discount of 81.00 wil! bo made. Single oopios three oeats. Til a MAiNX.-jTATaPaxeaia published every Thurs day morning, at 83.0S per annum, in advance; 8d.3£ H paid with!u six months; and 83.50, if payment be delayed beyond the year. Kates of Advsrtising: Oaeincb of space in length of column, constitutes a ' dbLAKK." 81»o,t square- dally Unit week; 75 oonts per week after; Wee insertions or less, 81.00; eonfiuu.ux eve ry otheFtlay after first week, 50 cents. * threc insertions or lees. 76 oente; one week, 81.00 j 50 cents per week alter Under head of Amjsaas.vrs, 83.00 per square per week L three insertion* or less, #1,60. _ ®**CIAL Notices, 91.76 per square first week. 91.00 per square alter; three fneertioae or lee*, 91.25; half a equare, three laeertioni, 91.00; one week, float* Advertisements Inserted in the Mama Statk ****** (which has a Urge circulation in ©very part of the State) for 60 cents por square in addition to the above rates, Ibr each insertion. Legal Notices at usual rates. Transient advertisements ran* the paid for In ad vanoe BcftiHEse Notiom, In reading columns, 12 oents par line for ono insertion. No onarg© less than fitly c?nts lor each insertion. 97**11 ooramunioatiOD* Intended for the paper should be directed to the "Editor qfthe Prtgg” and those of a busluess character to the Publigherg. Bar Job Prtvtibo ol every description executed with dispatch. F. Tracy« Traveling Agent. Wednesday Morning, July 27,1864. jProm the Toronto, Canada, Globe.J The New Call for Troops. It is not to be supposed that the people of the North receive with any particular amount of rejoiciug the call the 1'residcnt has just made lor half a million men to serve for oue hundred days, Some there are in Canada who appear to think that so great a demand must result in a summary stoppage of the war. Union preserved or Uuiou destroyed. Hut they are mistaken. We have carefully exam ined our American exchanges, and save in those which persistently and consistently op posed the suppression of the rebellion by force of arms we cannot discover any sign of dis seut or ouDOsilion. It is true that the nrirsni of public opinion regret that tiie necessity exists, but tliey recognize its existence and are prepared to abide by it. We fail to dis cover any sign which can lead to the belief that the vast majority of the Northern people falter or hesitate in their resolve to achieve the result they proposed to themselves when they commenced the war. They have met with far greater diilicullies than they expect ed, the campaign in Virginia has not had so far the succe.-s which they anticipated, their finances arc in a most lamentable condition, and the foe still shows ahold if not uudauuted front. But alt these matters only nerve them to sterner determination. The prize lor which they struggle is a great oue. Once lost, they feel that the Union cau never be restored. Nay, tit the Confederate States once succeed In establishing their independence, none may tell where secession would stop. Divided in to separate governments, the people of the United Slates have the prospect before them of continual strife, as witnessed in so many European countries and elsewhere. But let this attempt at division he deleated, and ihe terrible lesson will so long be remembered as to prevent all necessity for its repetition. The future of the great Republic is in their hands, and resolutely have they determined that posterity shall not have them to blame. If they succeed, a united nation will hereafter bear witness to their patriotism. If they fail, it can be said in their delence that they did all men cOuld do to preserve iutact the heritage left them by their fathers. That the geueral feeling is in favor of the prosecution of the war with the utmost vigor is testified by the fact that Mr. Lincoln has issued this cal) for halfia million of men, on the eve of the quadrennial election contest for the Presidency. lie is again a candidate lor the chief seat in the Republic, and with the brightest prospects of success. But he has inauy enemies, who have long been anx iously waiting to pick up something which will afford them a good cry wherewith to go to the polls. They have adjourned their Chicago Convention to the latest possible dale, in the hope that Geueral Grant will tail in his catnpaigu against Richmond, and thus afford them an argument against the further prose cution of the war. Were their chances of success worth a greenback dollar, the dralt now ordered would prove to them a most valuable measure. But, at this very juncture, Mr. Lincoln hesitates not to apply the sevc-i e»t possible test to the people at large. If be were not well assured that he has the support of the nation, would he risk his prospects by so great a call ? Common sense compels an answer in the negative. The order has gone forth, and, depend upon It, it will be respond ed to in a mauner which will vindicate the belief the Chief Magistrate of the Republic entertains. That the leaden of the rebellion w ill, In the face of these tacts, give up tbeir cause as hopeless, is not to he expected. But the addi tion of so stupendous a force to that already congregated under the banner of the Repub lic, would appear. In all human probability, to sound the death-knell of the Confederacy. It bools uot now to enquire what Grant's chances are of the capture of Richmond. For this fact is apparent, Uiat he holds a position with the troops under his command, which completely checks the main army of the Con federacy under Gen, Lee. While Gen. Grant is at Bermuda Hundred his foe cau do little eke than watch him. He may make raids in to Maryland and the District ol Columbia, causing temporary annoyance and some loss, but unless the aspect of affairs changes very materially, he is incapable of effecting any thing which will seriously alter the military •iluatiou. But while lie is compelled by Grant to remain on the defensive in the neigh _I d:»i__t _a _r .t _ n_e.. j eracy is almost defenceless. Shermau’s cam paign, notwithstanding his heavy losses, is un deniably a great success—tbe greatest since the war began. Tbe inferior rebel force w ith which he is contending has been compelled to retire before hitn through a vast er.teut ol couutry. valuable to the Confederacy alike for It* fertility and the population which it con tains. Tet far from there being any sign that an effective defence of Sherman's further pro gress can be made, advices seemingly reliable report that his army has been still iurtber de pleted in order to reinforce Gen. Lee. We think we do not overstep reasonable bounds wben we say, that if at this moment tbe men whom President Lincoln has now summoned to the field were in a condition to take part in tbe war, the. fate of the Confederacy would very shortly be sealed. The whole of the States In rebellion west of those iinmediatelv defended by Gen. Lee would be at the mercy of the North, for if Sherman may not now be stopped, what power would tbe Confederates have to meet so great a host? And cut off from the entire West, what would Ire the fate of the rebel army in Virginia? These con siderations lead 1 lie people of the Northern States to the conclusion, that they now see u clear solution of the military difficulties with which they have so long been beset, and act as on additional motive for tbe enforcement of what they trust will prove the final draft. Aerial Navigation A reporter of the Chicago Tribune was one of the occupants of a balloon which as cended from that city on the afternoon of the 4th. The day was favorable, and the balloon, when cut from its moorings, rose swiftly to an altitude ot about two miles. Here it was wafted by au air-current to tbe edge of the 'lake, over which it remained suspended for a quarter of au hour, like a lamp from a vast blue dome. At this period the reporter mus tered courage sufficient to peep over the edge of the car, and he thus details what be saw : Hew beautiful was everything beneath! Upon the blue waters of the lake glimmered snow-white sails at intervals, aud two steam ers, seemingly motionless, smoked along the water. The opposite shores could he des cried—a low, but clearly-marked line of trees aud sand hills. Everything Beemed motion less. The railway trains, sweeping along the numberless tracks surrounding the city seem ed not to move. One could have imagine! one’s self loosing down upon a world whicl bad been suddenly petrified or frozen. Thi land lay level as a table. Tbe lake, on tin other hand, seemed to tower up over it like a mountain. The vast round hill—for such i seemed—appeared from the upper region: hard as Iron. The ground was soft and pleas ga to the eye, and one involuntarily looklii) down upon it, thought of the “earth, the dear green earth/’ and compared it with the dif ferent appearance presented by tire water. No auvil that ever blacksmith hammered upon could have a harder look than was pre sented by the lake as teen from our command ing height. At the end of fifteen minutes it became apparent that we were again under w eigh. There was no perceptible motion, no rocking or swaj ingot the car, no change in the appearance of tlte balloon. But the ground beneath, began suddenly to swim, as it were, and orchards, houses and fields— some of them filled w ith cattle—became sud denly emulative in a racing way. Then these were lost, and there was nothing below but the hard iron-like sheet of water, and even that began to iiecome dwarfed, as the balloon, upon a quantity of ballast being thrown over board, suddenly shot up another mile. A further ascent carried it to the height of about three miles and a half. A chilly breeze again set the orchards and bouses in motion, 1 and, although there was no sensation of mov iug. wc liecame conscious that we were pro ceeding in an opposite direction from that which we had formerly been pursuing. When one is in a railway car standing still—and an- 1 oilier happens to pass—no sooner does the first car move along than the spectator feels as if that in which lie is seated were rushing along at full speed. The sensation in a bal loon is dill rent, in thus far, that one looks down upon everything in mo ion, remaining all tile while perfectly uncouscious of being himself at the time gliding along his noiseless course through the air. At last the time came to descend. The fields became very quickly more distinctly marked in their outlines. The white specks became ships, and the railway trains became evidently locomotive. There were wide spreading fields allarouud—and wheu within about a thousand feet of the earth a thick wood appeared immediately ahead — upon which it was apparent the balloon must alight. Oue pull at a cord opened a rilt along the whole extent of the balloon. The silk fell im mediately down around the sides of the bask et, forming itself into a most reliable parachute, aud so the machine glided gracefully to the earth. 126 Exchange Street. 126 Hugh AT. TPliinneyv WOULD inform hit frlnd* *ud former ewtomen * * tbit be ban taken the Store No. l»i Enhance Street, when be intend* to carry on the S«ove and I'urnai-e ttiainma, In all it* tranche*. S7W£ii^of all kind*, ofthe newest aud most approved partem#. Furnaces and Ranges, Tin and Hollow Ware. .tlf-Second hand Stove* bought, or taken in ex. change for new. Stoves, Ka*o**, Fcbxach, and Tis Wark repaired at »hort notice, in afaithfal manner. Grateful for.'ormerpatronage, be hope* by *trict attention to buaiueet, and fair dealing, to receive a generous share of public laror. _ inavMdtf ALDBICH’S PATENT W n l ©*• Elevat or! A PATENT combining more good and lees bad ({utilities than any of or fixture in use for house wells. Don't fail to fee it before j ou tuy any pump or drawer now i-t use. It works so easily ih»t a child tight yours’ old can dr*w with it. It is lew priced; »t leaves noiti'g in the water to Injure it; it does not frame; it is simple; It is not likely to g( t out of order. J he bucko hss to valve and elliptic# itself. You have your well eil open or cov ert d at ph a*.ur<». and is ju*t such a simple fixture as every man need# who values ture water for f*mi1v use. Drawers and Town and County Bights for • alt by BOYNTON k HIGGINS, 13 and 15 Warren Market. Portland. jyl9d&m Law Pa« tnerslil|». HOWARD & CLEAVES. Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, j Office 91 Middle St., over Cntco Bank, PORTLAND, ME 1 JOSEPH HOWARD XATfllV ( LEAVES. ’ J;. lSd&w3m S. .A.. BLOOD, Successor to Goorge Anderson, Ko. 317 Cong res* Street, Cortland. Sign of Anderson’s Hoop Skirt Depot, K LEI'S constantly ou band a complete assort* mentof H O (» 1> SKI n T 8, of ovary .ire aud length, made of Die bent material* aud warranted to give perfect «*ti*r»ction. Alfoon hand a full annul invent oi ( or*et* and Skfrt Supporter*. of the moat popular mak' *, both melgn aud dome* tic, wilh other article, properly belonging to a Hoop Skirt store. Hoop Skirt* made to order, and re pairing done at ehort notice. Psrlie. uealiug wtth thi* c*tabli*hmeut mav rely upon getting good* of the very be*t quality and at price* a* low a* a really good article can he afforded. Portland, July t, MM. diiw J. IP. Lewis & Co., Maviatacturers aud Wholesale Dealer* in READY-MADE CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING GOODS, Chambert - - - Not. 1 and 2 Pree Strrrt Block, (Over H. J. Libby & Co.,) J }• l!.*!”,'. PORTLAND, ML. Jylldtf GRANTS COFFEE* SPICE MILLS. ORIGINAL ESTABLISHMENT. J. Gr FLA 1ST T , Whole*aleDealer in all kiudsof COFFEE, STJTCEB, Snlwralu* Ac Cream Taruir, New Coffee and Spiet Mills, IS and 16 I'nivn street, Coffee and Spices j ut up 'or the trade, »itb any addreM, in all variety ol 1 rckagee, aud uananud aa represented. Coffee roasted and ground for the trade at snort notice. Ce-All g< ods entrusted • tthe oh ner's risk. _ march lOdtf Dissolution. fit HR Ormof Howard fc 8trout, a* Attorneys ard X Counsellors a* Law. 1* this day dissolved by mu tual consent. Either partner will attend to the set tlement of of the business of the late ilrm Mr. Howard will continue to occupy offi »e91 MiJ dlc struct, over Casco Bank. Mr Strout will occupy office 105 Middle street, opposite head of Humb afreet. Jcxiara How▲ bp, 8 a WALL C. 8TROCT. Portland, June 27. 1864 —d3iu PROVOST 31 A liSH A L*»S OFFICE, ) Fir it IHitrict State of Maine, { 1 obTAxn, July 13, lbo4. J NOTICE is hereby given that any ju rsou I* nroled niny appear before the Board of Enrolment and claim to have hu name stricken ©il the list, if be can phow to »be satisfaction of the Board that he is not pmjMrlr euroled on account oi 1 t—Alienage. 2d—Non-It evidence. 3d—Over Age. 4th-genua ,,nt 1'iiysical Dinabillty.ofauoli degree u to miden ho person notap op. r subject for in rolmcnt under tho lawa aud lcguliitions I hat tbe exsinination u t, rted to above mar not interfere rrith the daily rouline ol oflieo business, tile hours lor. xaminatmn will be from 10 A V in 12 H. and from 2 to 1P. M. * A t.to CHAHLE.S O. DOUGHTY'. Capt and Provost Marshal. CITY OF PORTLAND, M ayor's Orricic, ' July 18. 1R*31. S The special attention of our citizen* is «ailed to the above notice of the Provost Marshal. It shruld be the duty of all those who re ex* nipt from draft from either of the causes mentioned, to a) ply in per son and have th ir named taken from the ,i*t in ©r der that when the quotas for the *Gafi are appor tioned. the number to be drawn will be based upon those who only are 1 gblo to enr Intent. Jtf!y’4d8tawlm JACOB McLELLAN. Mayor St'KOEOK liKMBtL'f ilrriCK. I \YashiugL uCitv, June24,1334. j ANTED—Burgernj and Astittant burgooms TT for th‘ Colored Troop*—3. an did at<- ni list be Graduate* of some Regular Medical Coltece. and mu«t bo examined by a Board of Medical Officers to be convened by the Surgeon Genoa]. The Hoard will determine whether the candidate will be ap pointed Surgeon or Assistant burgeon, according to merit Applications accompanied by one or mors te*»t f/om respectable persons, as to moral character Ac., should t»e add reared to the Surgeon retiergl, U. b. A., Washington, D.C , or to tho As SSff surgeon General, U. 8. A.. Louisville. Ky. w, uow iu hi Boston, New Yo k. leans!* eton’ Ciucinnati, 6t. Louis, and New Or lm™'u"'riud,IMI?epUal R,,wards for Colored Reg ncmtluii «nd ne e* er.™ust 1’°'-'' » » ix;r Kugli.il Kd obi en»inu onuS™ i"*r Wlth th'' eom ■ ouulii'>tC aud a* in tha amir** A l‘t»Hca'io t,e must beintJe as in the ciso of 8ur»cona .no Assia'aut Surgeons , ( ompeusutfou from *23 00 to m 00 per month wUh ciotlung, rations, tuel and quartets' ’ • ,..n . J,}s- K barnks, jiUyw*«3m Acting Surgeon General. MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC. POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & (JO., Proprietors, Fox Block, 82 1-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND. ME. Attention is reaper ftilly invited to onr unrivalled facilities for executing in THE BEST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Our Establishment is furnished with all the ap proved MODERN MACHINERY, And onr collection of Book and Fancy Types Will bear favorable comparison with any establish ment in the city. Business and Professional Cards, [Of every variety, style and cost, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Hill-IlraiU Itnltd and Cut in the Neat* est Miuiner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS/ dl every description executed in the best style. Railroad, and other Corporation Work, done with promptness and fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIES, BILLS OF LADING, TIME TABLE*, and all sdrt* ot LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at short notice. Senms, 8spurn, »mi ill Linds ef Puitpbkls, Put up in superior style. Bron/ed and Colored Labels, or Apothecaries, Merchants, and Taney Dealers, got up in the best style of the art. Weel diner O ards, Votes of 1 it at ion, Visiting Cards, Lists qf Dan ces, etc., etc., of every variety and cost, furnished at short notice. ^ LARGE POSTERS, land-bills, Shop-hills, Prolam ines, Circulars, ^nd plain printing ol every description. Also, ?«/<? and Figure trorl*, executed neatly, and on terms that cannot fail to satisfy. THE DAILY PRESS hinting Office has one of Hoper’ Improved Catoric Engine* for motive power, and is furnished with mproved and costly Tresses—Cylinder and Platen— rom the most celebrated makers. We have in con tent u*« one of HOE’S LARGE CYLINDER "BESSES, capable of throwing off 2500 Sheets m hour ; one of Adam's Pouter Presses—the best »ook press in the world ; Adam’s and Potter’s Fast t/ucAinr Job Presses ; Haggles’ superior Card Pres, IdaiffB'and Union large Hand Presses, Man din* ‘reason, and all the machinery necessary for a well ippcinted office. The Daily Presi Job Office is believed to be as well uruislied as any similar establishment in the State. Phone sending order from the country may rtiy on ecelving prompt attention. We execute all orders in the shortest possible time md in the neatest and best manner. We will do all kinds of printing as well and as promptly, and as cheap as any other establishment n the City, County or State. Ail orders for Job Printing must be directed to tliO Daily Press Jolt Ofice, Ko. 82j Kxchange street, Portland. Me. The Job office is under the personal supervision of the senior proprietor, who is the CITY PKIKT KR, and is himself an experienced practical work man, and employs only well-skilled mechanics in this department oi his work. The Portland Daily Press, Tbelargest daily paper east ol lioaton, and having alargcrcirculationthiii.il the other dailies in the city combined. Is published at the Office in Fox lllock, S 91-9 Fjrrkciig. Street, every morning— Sunday excepted, at $8,00 Per Annum, From w hich 19 1-9 per rent, it dfmantnl for ADVAM-E PAYMENT.. .Semi-annual and quarterly sub-enptions pro reta. Lens than three months, sixty cents per mouth', or 16 cents a week. .Simile Copies 3 I ints. Newsdealers supplied at the rate ol two and ono-third dollars perhundred mTTTI Kf A TUTTl Clm $ mn nnnnfi JL JULJU iliAlXl XJ UXXX1JU I 1UKUU) Tlie largest paper in New Eugland, eight pages, is published every Wednesday, containing all the Mw* by mad a d telegraph, important reading matur Marino List, Market Reports, So , of the Dailv • ess,at the following prices, viz:— Single copy, sur year, invariably iu advance*. *2.00 Far six months . 1.00 To rlabn of four or more all to the same post office, each. I .T 6 To clnba of ten or more, all to the same post office, each.21,50 And a free copy to the getter up of the club. .Subscriptions solicited. Agents wanted in every town. Postmasters requested to act as agents. N. A. FOSTER & Co., Proprietors. Portland June 1, 1"'4. dtf €opurtii<‘rfcli!|» ftoiire. filin' undersigned have formed a copartnership A under the sty e of G. L 8torer ft Co , and tak« eu the store and s ock of Storer. Cutler ft Co., where they will constant!) keep a large stock of goods for a general jobbing business. GEO. L STOKER. FRED SI OR KB, CIIAS. II. MESKRVE, „ .. , , , 11. F. LOCKE. I orf and, July 12.18C4. Jyl8d3w Talk about Hats ! JUST SEE HARRIS' NEW STYLES. June 4—dtf TOC’LKAK THE HOUSE OF FLIES, l'*e /{ureter’s Celebrated LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER, A neat, cheap article, easy to use. Every sheet will killaquart. Sold everywhere. JunMdftwSw The New tiyiunastics. THE la*t opportunity to commence a course oi lessons at the reduced rates will be givon Wednesday. July 18th. Children meet at 3 o'clock P. M., and adults in the evening. New classes wilt be formed for beginners as needed, Jyll BUSINESS CARDS. PAPER BOX OTA SI U FACTORY. *T. 3?. Libby, MANUFACTURER OF Papor 13 o x o s, Ot every description, such as Shoe Boxes, JewelryBoxee, Druggist Boxes, Collar Boxes. Shelf Boxes, CouciiologicalBoxes, FowderBoxc*. Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, &c. 144 Middle St., (Up Stairs) Portland, Mr. juneld&m Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, Luther Dana, , FortUnil, Woodburv Dana, I __ , John A. S. Dana ) II 81116. _ juncldtf J- Smith, cto Oo., MAKCFAOTCRKRS OF Leather Belting, Card Clothing. Loom Straps, Belt Leiiher Backs aid Sides, LEATHER TRIMMINGS, Hanson's Blook, 144 Middle Bt., Portland, Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory, Lewiston. H. M. Brewer, (jnld3ra) D. F. Notes JOH % T. RO«ERsT&CO^ Oommission Merchant,,, AND W HOLESALE HEALERS IV Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. At Commercial Street, B. K°*e"'. } PORTLAND, HR. _ _ juncld-Tin Wholesale and Retail. L. DAVIS, Bookseller, Stationer, A»D 1C A FU FACTOR SR OF Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER IIANOIftCiS. No. 53 Exchange 8tret t, Portland, Me. juueldtf CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, Fresco and Banner Painter, No. 14-4 Mici.Uo Street, PORTLAND, ME. IT Work executed iu every part of the Stxto. _ juueltf RUFUS DURHAM, =** Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In B RITANNIA —AMD— . t Plated Ware, Ho. 218 Fore street, Portland -- Maine. Portland, May 17th, 1834. maylTdtf M. G. WEBB & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Flour, SO.81 COMMERCIAL STREET, _apl4 PORTLAND, ME. dlf BURGESS, FOBES, & CO., MARI' KACTL' USR* OF Japan, While Lend, Zinc, Paints, And (iround Colova, AMD DEALERS 1M Drugs Medicines, Pa nts, Oils & Varnishes. Paint and Color Factory,Ho. 99 Munj«y St., OlHcr A. Salrtroonte, 80 Commercial Si., (Thoma* Block.) HkKRT H. ItrBflEbS, PADTI Ith HP Chabler 8. Fobee. rOKTLl.iJ), ttfi. ___ rnaylHdt! BLAKK, JOAE.& CO,, FLOUfi&GRAIN DEALERS, And Be vers of IVeMtra and C admit Produce, 187 Coa»»wcrc»fil Street, - . . Granite Block-. Charle* Blake. ) llenry A. June*, [ PORTLAND. K. W. Gage. ) __ Juneldtf JOHN LYNCH & CO., Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite 8tores, ... Commerc al street, (Opposite head Widgery Wharf,) John Lynch, i Peleg Barker,! PORTLAND, ME. Thor. Lynch ) juneldtf DOLE At .HOODV, ORKRRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And H holtoalc Dealer* in FLOUR, CJRN AND PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt Block. Commerc’al 8tf Frank|7d\' IMicily. ) PORTLAND, ME. ________ _ JaneldiJm LAME A LITTLE, Who’r$alc Dealt r* in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AMD W oolons, No. l*iy Middle street,# A. Utt*i. | PORTLAND, ME. _ June7dtf E. K. LEMONT, Carriage Manufacturer. Preble Stieet. - - Portland, Me. iV'Carriage. and .Sleigh, on hand and made to order. juueludtf C. P. KIMBALL, MAVUFACTUBEK OF Carriages and Sleighs, Preble wtreel, (Near Preble House,) PORTLAND, 51E. Sale Rmyms, 110 and 112 Sudbury St., Boston, Mass. innoltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Flour, Grain .V Produce Comuiiskinn Icrchants. and lill-n’ Inuls. OJHce and Warehouse Xo. 6 Galt Mock, Commer cial Street. Wi« offer for sale to the trade, mauv choice and well-know n Brands of Flour, from St. Louis.I liuoir, Wisconsin, &o., which we are coostautl receiving. N , l. k Co .are also Agents f-r Pittraau A Co.’s, and otho- brands of manufactured Tobacco. tt^-C’ash advances made on all consignments. Portland, June 1. 1864. juldtf DR. W. R. JOHNSON, DENTIST, Inserts Artificial Teeth on Gold. .Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, aud warrants them iu all cases to be a perfect tit. Dr. J. also give* special attention to Filling Teeth. Office 229} Congress street, two doors west from the Court House Portland. June 1. 1864.—eod2m 63 Removal. 63 J. M. KNIGHT & SON, Commission Merchants, A nd dealers in Country Produce, have moved to No. 63 Commercial street.* Portland. May 10th. 1864. mavlOdtf PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will issue Polices to be free after the o* six, eight or ten Premiums at the option o! the insured and at rates as low as any other company. The issue of Free Policies reud<TS it at * 'Dies*0** ** DOt 8U*>er*or 10 participation O&ce No. 102 Middle 8t. CHARLES HOLDEN, Pres. .. „ EDWARD SHAW, Sec. i FebU dkwtf. BUSINESS CARDS. BRADLEV, MOCLTOX k ROGERS Wholesale Dbalebb u Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Themes Block, Robert bralkv, ) w.M houltok, J PORTLAND, ME. A. O. ROC . !IB. ) _ majodtf W. W. CARR & CO., Having taken the Fruit Store formerly occupied b O. SAWYER. No. 5 Excltnugc Street, Arc prepared to offer to the trade a large and well selected stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit! Wholesale and Retail Urnucet. Spruce Gam, Lmrniifa L^tnona, Canary Merit, Candles, „ I.rmoii Simp. Henry, Coean Xut», 'Fl|i, Citron, Xut», all kind*. Dale., Rnlaiua, Tebarea, Mnrdlnra, Cl«nra. Fancy Caudles of nil description, oo t* dtf ERA WINN, Agent, ISfo. 11 Union St., I« prepared to furnish STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, . of various sizes and patterns, 8t«ui Fipe ud FiitarM, liliSeirisA.Shifliig, Wl«yi,t«, Lioht UoiTsa Work of ail d&Miiptions, and ail kinds of work required iu building FoRTIEICATlOlte. IronStuirg and other Architectural Work. Bonnes. Stores, aud other buildings, fined with Gas and Steam iu the best manner. In oonnecUon with the above is an Iron Foundry, with a large assortment of Patterns, to which the attention oi HachinJet*. Millwrights,and Ship-Build* ejt» is invited-and all kinds oi Castings tarnished at short notice. B 53^"*Orders for Machine Jobbing, Patterns and « orglngs. promptly executed. ocSdtf a i N t k > s T“ SEWING "MACHINESI WOOO.UAII, TRUE * CO., AQENT8, Xo«. *4 and Middle .treat. Needle# aid Trimmings always on hand. asUBtf A CAHD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, UENTIST, No. 170 Muldl Street. Kivksimcw ...Dre. Baoof and Bimliv. Portland, May 35,1W3. 1/ Or. J. M. UEALD HAVING dispoBed or his entire interest In hlfl Office to Dr. S.C FEHWAI.D, would cheerfully recccramcnd him to his former patients and the pub iio. Dr. Fkuwald, from long experience, i® prepar ed to Inst rt Artificial Teeth on the ^Vulcanite Base/’ and all other method* known to the protoe ’ion. Portland. Mav W.. IMS tf WOOD AXO COAL CHEAP FOR CASH ! STRING MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH, IIEZILTON. 8UGAK L'lAF, Ol.D COMPANY LEHIGH. LO CUST MOUNTAIN. JOHNS, DIAMOND. WEBS TER aud BLACK 11EATU. These Coal. are ot the very beat quality, well ejreened an I picked, aud warranted to give satisfaction. Also lor sale best of II4KD A AD SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. OrrictcCotaMiuotAL St., head of Franklin Whati. S. ROFNDs A SOM. fiiblSdly WAHKEN’S 1 Yt 1*011 VI.'D KIKE AND WATER-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION, -AND Grxmvol Hoofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. I.- HliRSEY, Agent, dtf No. IS Union StreeL ALBERT WEBB A CO - blALBIta IJt - Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OK MERRILL’S WHARF, Teaiaurelal Street, - - Pertlud, Me. I.2SIf EDWARD H. BURQnC WHOLESALE DIALER IX Corn, Alea\ tuu\ Vlour, Also. Ground Bock Salt Commission Merchant FOH rURCHAPE AID PALSOF Barley, Rye and Oats. TIT"' 'ari loaded with Corn in bulk free of charge. Warehouse No. I’TO Cotnm. rcial Stieet, And City Mills, Deeriag Bridge. __ juneteoddm JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COD.NAN BLOCK, mcltlT dtvrtf Turn 8Tt»T, Scotch Canvas, -FOR eALB BT JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Hath, Be. f)A.'l BOLTS Superior Blenched 1 800 do All Long flax "Got* j A, eminent contract,” V 800 do Extra Aii Long flax | Ar»ro*t*» 80u do Navy Fine j Delivered in Portland or Boftoa. Bath. Anri 110. IMS aplldtf M. PEARSON, Silver Plater, AMD MAWrFACTtrRKR OF SILVER WARE, 338 Conicro a 3t.f Opp. Court House Portland,Me All kinds of W a RE, such as Knives, Pork* Spoon*, Cake Pa-ket?, Castors, Ac., prated in th« best mauL- r Al*o. REPAIRING aud RE-FINISHING Old SilvcrWare. jau29 d6m vv T i' •» jv t a -r -X-L2 JLVX. W V -TX XJ . UK. IVGWTON HAS removed his residence to So, 37 MltUUe Street, oorner of Franklin street. Office as heretofore, JV’o. 116 Exchange Street, in Noble's Block, up stairs. Office hours from 9 to 1C A M., from 2 to 3, and from 8to 9 o'clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with genera) practice to give special attention to DISEASES 0/ EE MALES. oo31dtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, L. UMBER! MASKS OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 1*21 EXCHtFfUE STREET, POKTLASD, ME. Warm, Cold Jind Shower Rath**, Wash Howls, lira*** dr Silver Plated Cocks, IJ1VERY description of Water Fixtures for Dwel* J ling Houses, Hotels, Public Buildings, Shops. Ac , arranged and set up in the best manner, and all orders In town nr country faithfu’lv executed. All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to Constant*? on hand LEAD PIPES. SHEET LEAD and BEER PUMPS of all descriptions. ap9dtf The ChcapcM Agency FOR collecting all claves of claims arising from the war is that ot the “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,* in which the expenses are controlled by a disinter* eated Executive Committee. Apply in person, or by letter, to GEORGE F, EMERY, over th§ Portland Post Office. 3d story. dtwly MERCHANDISE. Hitckmetnck Ship Timber. OAK Hackmatack, and Uard Wood Plank, Tree naiiA iroui 12 to S3 iuches, Tree u ait Wedges. Ac. ‘'■.‘I L. TAYLOtt, j jum‘2Sd3m Galt’t VVharr, Port'and. Treen.iils. 100,000Z?by™ TREENAILS, for S1MUNTON k KNIGHT, a w ** Commercial Wharf. Portland. June 13,1861. junel5dtf ‘‘Honey.” 7 TCS PRIME CUBA HONEY, for tale in bond on duty paid. . , THOMAS ASF.NCIO k CO. June 10.—lad tf Sugar anti Molars. UHDS.) CHOICE MUSCOVADO SU 10 TCS. j GAR. 3il UHDS i>ujM-rior Mujco*ado, and 8f TCS Cla> ed Moia.-ecs, II UBLS from aierm Morena, Now lauding aud tor sale by 1 HUM AS Art EN CIO k CO., in a; inf Custom House- Wharf. Sierra .'morena Molasses. Q‘.»“:hud8 . tjtjfj I CHOICE SIERRA morena bkeH mol‘-se8' Now landing from lirig "C. H Kennedy" „ . THUS. ASKNCIO A CO., Maj 3 -If C. U Wharf. Srotfh Canvass. "I k^lA BOLT!—from the factory of David Cor* a»r A Som, Leith—a tail cloth of tuperior quality—Jutl received per "Jura", and for tale h, MuGILVEKY, RYAN k DAVIS, ’ mcli25 dtf 161 Commercial Street. WANTS,LOST.FOUND Currant. tVanieil. ritllE tubeoriber want* freuiao to W burlieit After M. Hipr • urrnmtii, for which he will par the high ert tuiiaet pr.ee. at hia ttoro In Saecarai j a jyUlJAwtr " S- C,'AV‘ Currants Wanted, fllUE higher! market price paid for r.'ni Cnrrantt ■ !u any ‘inaniitiet. GUKEXOI i.U A MORSE, Portland, July 19 -dA wh" *' M*rk,', Board Wanted 1>T a - oung man and hit wife; within ten minutet’ wait Ol the Port i ilhce. A ddreat, .tatiu* kca tion, term*, kc..) ” 1 I r "f • c- B-” ,-ock Bo* No. 43, r. O. _Jyi9.lif_ , Pilot Wanted. \ STEADY, competent and capable mao, having a theronrh • no - ledieof p rilaud llaiborami iitoulerapproachet.it wanted lor ihu i llo'aga ol tbo MnSTiun I i tit STBAMeuir l onrttt 't Liverpool and tilargow Line of steamers the torn mg Win er. I he Pilot engaging for tbl* tervi.e will be require.! to boaid the Sleamerr cu ride ol tin BulaarkSuoal and Aid* n't Rock. A ppliratiouare t’V JAMES L. FARMER. JyBI flaw No, 1<» Kiefiiiiiffp Kirstt Wanted. A Bov. uct In. thin state.n years of age, to act M('arrkr. Mutt come w'il recommended.-— Ak P*y the Countiug Kooia ol the l*r«*5e. J> l*dtf LoM. UTKAYKC. from the pistare of Mr. I ranch, Uob 1 ’ Ttv w c«tbrook, Iasi month. a ilree i car o;d oil. small .ire; whoorer wil reiaru aim or g re information where he may be found will be suitably rewarded by eallirg a-N i ;9eprta*8* „ . . , FKAKCIS E. AMKKY. Portland, July 13,18&t —otf Substitute*. A NV one wanting a Substitute, for on** or thiee •jA jcv*, cau be *upplied with one by calling upon J. *1. Todd. Uair-Lm**rcr, corner ot toicdYe and Exchange streets. J. M. TODD, Ono who believes the Rebellion can be put I down by the Union force*. jniyi'icodSw* Inf ormal ion Wanted. WILLIAM COLLINS. WILLIAM OODAKD nun JullN E. LACEY . who were .opposed to be native** o! Poriiami, having died in the cuiren bta e* «%rvh5»*, their htirscan hoar of valuable infor* matiod on application in person rr bv fe ter to BRADFUKD A lJARMoN, , . _ No.88 Exchange s.rcet, july6dfcw3w_Portland. Me Wanted, V SITUATION wanted by a voung mm, in a wholesale store. B#*t of ref recce given. Inquire of A. II II jLDE>. office near Post office. Jy4 d3w S’i-) Reward ! STOLEN from the subscriber on Tuesday Even* ing. while in l*isrcc’s auciu*n r«om, a Calf bkiu Pock* t Book containg t,e4 iu money, a note against Char't* lioogdon. Gorham, tor I60,autl snergt.usr t Larle* uooper tor #12. The above reward will b*» paid, lor tb* recovery of the property aLd the d tec- l tion ot the thief. Tune 8.—tf_ GEORGE BEUK Board. SUITS of Room*, with board, can be obtained by applying immediately at 30 Danf^rth street. M*y Hth. .Tia> i.dtf A. & S. SHURTLEFF & CO., NOS. U A M YIIDDLG STREET, PORTLAND, Manufacturers and Dealers in Men’* Boys' and Youth’s Thick, Kip and Calf Boots, Womon’a Miasaa and Children'! Qoat. Kid and Calf Ualmrrala. blubbers. Shoe Stock, Finding,, Ac. \\7ITU our superior fac.lities for manufsetaring, Y Y and a large experience iu the business, we we ars able to sell as low as in Boston or elsewhere. Dealers are respectfully invited to call and ex amineourstock-beforo purchasing *jp“ Orders by mail promptly attended to. Portland, April 23, ls«4. d«m NOTICE. WE, the nndcraigoed. bating sold our Stock of Coal and Wood to M. ssrs Raiflatl, McAlit hr X ,(to., do cheerlu'ly recommend them to our former customers. All persons hariug demands agalust ns are requested to present them lor settle ment, and all per-ons indebted to as are reqne.ted to make immediate payment at the old sland where one ol the undersigned maybe found for the present. SAWYER a WHITNEY. Portland, June6. 1334. Junel3d3w Coni and Wood! TIYHE subscriber bating purchased ihe Stock of X t'oal ant Wood, and t.ksn the .land r.eeatly occupied hr Messrs, .'mover g H'Mtmt., head of Maine It *,ir/, are now jnepartd lo su| ply their former pmtions and the public geueralh , with n due a-sortmeut of WELL PICKED AND SCREENED Old Company Lrhigh, Sugar Loaf Lehigh, Magellan Lehigh, Locust Monntain. John's, White and Red Aah, Diamond and Lorberry, Together with the beat quality of Cumberland Coal ! A Superior Coal for Blacksmiths. Also, Hard and Soft Wood. Delivered to order iu any part of the city. The former customers of Mewr* Sawyer k Whit* nev are respectfully invited to give u* * call. KANDALL MoALLlSTEK k CO. Portland. June 1.3 1864 — dly WINSLOW S mACHINE WORKS MANUFACT'.KKH 8 BLOCK, UNION STREET. J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, MAM KAOTntLB OK Steam Engine-. Steam Boilers, Shafting Pulleys Gearing, aud all kinds of Machinery. Also Low and High Pressure n'eaui floating Ap paratus lor V actum s, Public Buildings and Dwelling Houses, lu this De par. ment the e* ablishiuent has b- en uucommooh successful. Steam Cocks, Valves Whistlos. and -team, Water aud Gas Pipe* and couueciion* furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and laithfuUy Done. In conn efion with tho above establishment is an Iron Foundry, with a large assortment of pattern* aud u Plauiug Mill, where wood piauingof all kinds may be done. may2dtf Removal. HAVING removed from my old stand to the store No. 91. Commercial sireit aud associated rat self lu bu«iue*s with Mr Henry FI ng. 1 would take this opportunity to thank my customers for past f*vo*s, auu would respectfully solicit th-ir future patronage ol the firm of Fling k W»Pt»*more STEPHEN’ WUliTF.MoRF. Portland, July 8th, 186», juh 12d4w CopartiiKDihip Woilct', TUK undeisi/ned have th s day foimed a Copart ner-hip under the name and • yle of Fling k Wbittenaore. and have tak-n the store formony oo^ cepi d bv H«nry F ing. No. 91, Commercial street i where they Intend d-iug a Commission and Whole sale business, in Teas. Tobacco, W. I Goods, Gro oerie* apd Provisions. IIF.NR\ FLING. STEPHEN WHITTSMORE. I Portland July 8,1834. dtf _CLOTHING. H. E M OVAL. JOSIAH BURLEIGH BAB BKlfOVBD TO SEW STORE, EVANS’ BLOCK, Nos. 141 & 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH B URLEIGHj Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Cothing.Coths, Tailors’ Trimmings, — A»D GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, No* III & 1»3 niildle Street. JO*IAH BIKLEIGH, Afent for G* r*r X Baker'* celebrated Sewing Machines, No*. 141 & 143 Middle 8treet. NATHAN GOOLD Will say to his friends that be may be found at Bur leigh's, No. 141 A 1-43 Middle street, where be will be plea-ed to wait upon bis former customers. Portland. March 24, 1984. dtf JUST RECEIVED I ftOLLWS aV UOMI, HAVING refitted their store and received a larva assortment of ELEGANT STYLES -OF CLOTHS! ark prfparfd to Show Them to Their Cos toner*. Also. Clothing & Furnishing Goods, la Ureal Variety, -AT 5).) ^Middle Stx*eet. majMf V T W m m * ^ w A — ■. _ a. l.u ilt \ FIRST NATIONAL HANK — OF PORTLAND, designated DEPOSITORY -OF TH* UNITED STATES. This Bank la prepared to receive; AuUcnptionj tor t the new “TE.Y FORTY LOAN,’’ which ii dated March 1,1 €4, bearing interest nt dr* per cent a year, PAYABLE IN COIN, redo, uiable at the pleasure of the Government niter *en year*, and payable tn 'orty years from data lntere-t on Bonds not orer one hundred dollar, payab!" annnilly, and on anil other Bonds semi annnaliy. Bond, can t e had in vises of foO. $100, $600, >1000. WM. EDW. GODLD, mcli.'ldtf Cashier. George W. .11 auson, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 7» Middle Street, Portland, Me. A shire of patronage respetfnlly solicited and sntisfacticn given. Order* from the country promptly attended to. Address Georgs W. Mans, n. *4 Middle street. Room So. 10, up stairs, Portland,Me. June 14—d3m UP-TOWN SHOE STORE! SAMUEL BELL. 353 CONGRESS ST., HAh constantly on hand a large and well •elect ed stock of Boots, Shoos, And all articles i* that lihk, for the uae of Ladies, ticailemea and children to whfch he in vitee the attention ot these about to make purchase*, aj Laviug odm of the beat in th© ci«v. Ciutom Work and Kepairiug done wth luati.eM and din patch. Portland. June 21— dtoaugl Copartnership Notice, -AND BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT rpilfc subscribers having on the ?th day of May X formed a copartnership under the name of MctarlVi) it ttcrrv, Kor the purpose of carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS In all its branches, and having a’l the facilities for got ing up urst class work for gentlemen and lad es, * wear, are now r* ad> to execute all orders with neai nes-and ubpstek Onr work will be made of ttie oeat of imported dock, bv the Lest of workmen, and warranted to give t»er ect ratisfseth n. It is our aim that * ur w or^ shall uot be second to any in the Unit ed States. We luve also completed a stock of read)-made work of the tits! quality, lor Ladies, Gent 1 men, and Children's Wea Selected from New York and Boston markets Our La-ties* work id from the celebrated /farfi ManvJ'artorg of New York. t or tieutU-men's w*ar we havethe best assortm*nt ever ofl.-r d for sale iu this c:ty; such sa Art- V reach Patent leather Boots; Glove Calf and Call Con grot-s 1\jf geotl* men * wear; Pat-nt Leather < on grees. and t alt CvUgree* Balmoral, and i r« Fiend Buck s Boots. Have you seen the new style C IHMPFD-FKON Bt ( KLE l*0*»T, now made by YKt ar hy h Ber ry r Kor uea’ne*-* comh rt ai d beaut*. it surpts*** anytlm.g ever got up it* this city. (all and see it; -amples al wav son baud at the old »‘and of >1 Mc Carthy. McCarthy & berry, No. 96 Etchange Street. j jnneldtl STATE CULLEtiE Agriculture and Mechanic Arts 1 f|MlF undersigned, CommiMioners, appointed us i der a resolve or the last Lcgis store. an auth. r tied sml dnectea by «a<u rstoivs to iu ite and r • ceive donation* ana benefactions m aid of the pro posed "College tor the benefit of Ayricwture a*d the Arte." and to receive proposal* forth* iocatiou there of. hereby g;ve notes that tfey arc prepared to recti*e *uch • on* lions. ie*.efaction* and proposal , and «eq»ie*t tha* all c 'mmutuca iou* touching the same may be made be’ore she lin-t day of September uexi, addressed to »he u*»ders'gt ed. YVM G CH'»>BV. Belfast. YVM. G UKOaBY*. JUSE' H LATON, SsMUKL F. rERLF.Y. JnhSd&wto eeptl At a Court of Probate held at Poitland. within and for the County of Cumberland, on the fir-t T ies dav of *ulv. in tlio year of our Lord eight een band red and sixty-.oar. SAM* Km 11 bK.\l»bb’s Y’, haring presented his petition, representing that Bolomou Thaver, la e of Portland, iu -aid ('■ uuty, deceased, eid in his I fe time make a l< gal coutiac to convey to True Bran t bury, certain veal estate deceit ed in said p» tiu« n. and prayiug that authority n ay be given to the ex tcutrix of tta-la«t will snd te-tsireut of said tfolo men Thayer to execu'e the necessary dtvds to car ry «aid contract into effect, It teas Ordered, That tlff 'aid rati*loner give no 1 tice to all persons interested. l»y causing notice to be published cue week iu the Main* State Press, and seven days iu the Daily Press printed at Portland, that they mar appeal at a Probate Court to b« held at said Portland, on the third Tuesday ofJul* next, at ten of the clock iu the forenoon, and show cause, if any the) have, why the same should not be grant ed. JOHN A. WATERMAN, Judge. A true copy. Attest, __ EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register, jalylldtdftwlw’ MISCELLANEOUS. 1 IS open Day and Evening, lor a Thorough final nee. Education. I.coated info. Hanaon Block, middle Sl„ No. Ml. Scholarahipe good In any part of the Dotted State* ne Principal ha, had 20 year, experience; ia alwaya on the a pot. and attend, to hi, business: and prom “ during the plat 12 yean, no pnina ahali be apared la the future. Five hundred reference, of the Unt olaa, business men, with many others of this city, will testify to the practical utility, c.pacioua ne*» und completeness ol my system. and manner of teaching, and citizens ol other cities have hauled to the same. Diploma, wili he awarded for thor ough courses. Able Asaietauta secured. Bartlett's Plan, the founder of Commercial College*. Knotty adhered to a* regards not copying. Certain time* will be devoted to Commercial Law alncidatfona — Come all who hare failed to be taught u business hand-writing and 1 will guarantee to yon auccem. Application, solicited for Accountant#. Separate in structiou given. Studeuta can enter any tn e. Sep arate rooms fur Ladies. Tnitiou reasonable. latrt cate accounts adjusted. Cadies and Gentlemen that desire to take tenuous, or a full, or a separata ooarse. In either Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law, Phonography. Higher Mathematics, Civil En gineering, hurt eying, Native BndhMaa Writing. Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence, Cant Marking, land teaching from printed loaiii and r«x> Books vUl b« avoided please anil, or addraaa the Principal. R. * BROWN. Portland. Dot *. 1*1*. oo» eodkeowiy OFFICE OF THE ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, NEW YORK. JANUARY V, It**. ■ • .'IT HE Trustees, la conformity to the Charter o' tba JL Company. *u mil tha loliowiog lUUasat at its alT>us oa lIt* Slat D ctmb*r, 8 3 r rvmiums received un Man. t hi*as, Irom 1st January, 1868. to Slat Da *ali-r. lima. a 1,214 JM n Pr mm ms *n Policies not marked off 1st Jaaaary, 1*68, 1.706 -08 M Total amount of Marine premiums, 810.1.06 Obi 17 N o l’o ieks hare been i d upon Ule Risks; nor upon >ir* Risks disco*.- - uant*d atilt Manne Ris-s. Premiums marked oil from lat Jaa., 188*, to 31si December, 18 3, 87.687.688 S8 Losses paid dating t**e tame period, 8.886 *61 M Returns ol Premiums ana Expanses, 1.1*0.867 *8 The Company has lha following ><•••!, via; Uni* d tea e*a> d Mat ol New 1 ark Sloes,lily Bans an I ..tbet Sunaa, 88.492 831 80 loaus secuied by stocks,and. ihe* l,«6u.7b« m Rea* E ta*,ai.d Roods and Mor gages, 19».;tai Od Dividends an Stocks.11 lerasi oa bolds and Mortgagee auuetherLeans.saa- / dry Notes, ra I tara* ce od other claims due the Comp y . et; mated at 104.(64 61 Ptem.um Not.s and l*il*s Receivable, 8,2* 616 6* Cash la Bank, -,44 x]S 88 * Total aairu-t of Asaets, *9,.66 4 a 81 Six pa* e-ot latentst oa tba oatatan tag *eitifl eaeso p-odts will b paid to the ho dam iheitof, or their legal repre-entativee, oa and alter lueeday, the Second of Febinary 1 e»t. After rase* ring Three tori One hell Million Dollara »i piottts. 1 he outstanding certificate* of lha isaaa of 1883, w U be redeemed snd p.id to the boldeie 1 t ara ol. or their legal lei rosonialir a, nn and alter Tues day. the second 01 Feiraary next. Iiom which data all interest thereon will caa.e 1 be cert I da* tea to ha produce* at the time oi par meat, ano cancelled. A Dividend 01 Forty Per Cent, is declared on the net earned pr-miuma 01 the tompau.. tor tba year ending 31-1 Decemb r. 18*-, lor which can it calc, will be issued, oa and after 1 us*day, the Filth of April next. ’ Tbe fronts of the Company.aseertainad from the 1st of July 1842.to ttn 1st of Jan , 1888. for wh.ehCerti8catee were issued, iai»i 1 to 814.816 Ml Additional from 1st Jaa., 1863, to 1st January, 1864, 1688 000 Total proms for 21} years. 818.WA.aaO The Certificate-* piesicae to 18«3, hare been redeemed by ca h, 11.*9021# Net earainga remaining with the Com pany, on 1st Januar), 1864, 86,388.670 By order of Ihe Beard. W. TOWNSEND JONES, Secre ary. T RrSTEE S . John V Jones, David I aaa, Charles Dennis, James Bry-e, W 11 D. Moors. Wm. Staigia.Jr., Tbos Tllestua, 11 E.Bogait, Henry C* It. A. A. Low, W C P.ckersgUl, Wm. k. Dodsa, lewis Cartis. Dennis p. rk las, Chat. d. Bussell, J* s Gaii ard.Jr., Low II Holbrook, J. tlei.rt Burgy, P. A. Hargons, Cornelias(IrtaaaU K W Weston, f. A. Raid. Ro<al Phalp , Watts pharma, Caleb Baratow, E. E. Bon an, A. P. Pdlov. B. J How mad. Lerov M. Willey, Her}. Patcoek. Daaie S. Millar, Fletcher ia eatray, 8. T. Me II. R B Mio'arn. Jr., Josh's J Henry, U. W Herat am. Gao. G Hobson, Fred. Channcay, Jamas Low. JOHN D JONES, rrastdaat. CHARLES D- NMs, Vice Praaldeat. W H. U MOORE, ad Vita PreeMeot. HT’Anplicalions forwarded tad Orxa PoLlcna procured by JOHN W. .HUNGER, A grit. Mo. 106 Fore a treat, head of Lons Wharf, PORTLAND, MB. Jaa* S.—w2whe«dtojau29 u 3sr i o ;nt ' Mutual Life Insurance Co. INCORPORATED by the STATE OF MAINE Charter Perpetual. Organised, 18*8. DIRECTOR’S OFFICE, 60 Stale Street, • • • • Boston, Mata. President—BB\R Y CBOi KZB Yicr-President—DANIEL SHARP _ X Secretary— W. U. HOLLJaTMU. H. G. WILSON. General Manager of Agencies in Ike .Vets England . atalee. Atuts. HIM December, 1WS, 9HX9.0H8.4l LotMt Paid to U*iet *;JO,UMt.QO Diridend Paid in Cask to date, 8340,UXH09 fIIHIS (\ mpary offer* peculiar ad rant aget toper* 1 sot,-* iuto. ding to iukttie t» tir liven, Id it* »ak*t f and s'shdity. Ik quit* d in ttaioartiru \ e«r»’ <x>«rt tire; in i • *Mc i, whi.b, .without it* cepiai of did ,000 lamouats to over thiee-quarter*ot a a Ulioa ot dollar*, b. i. g more thau two huadred thou- aad dodar* in exee-s oi its lialiliiit* lor the reu surai.ee ot all cut utaLding ri*k»; in in* f*c-)iri*- present'd in it.-* accommodating « atwm ot pay meat* of piemi* am*: in th- lar** i.uutU r. diversity a « onolti* M and occupations. va>i u»age* and local!.lea of Ima m -urvu, gii iug the larg< *• r«q. i.»Ht ». oje for tb# upo ration of the law* of aTuraK«i u»or alitv, and t> e »m pled guaranty to the insured tor the benefit* there* of; *u he division ot profit . the annual a p* rtmn tu* ut of which having lor the past f,urt>eu \ ear* averaged forty per rraf.orthe i-uDaum« paid. Policies are issued upon all tie p!a a urual with I ite luaurance « utnp ukr*. and at a* ,ow «ut« a a* il consistent with u v iew to • quily mi d solvency. Pui Ik* dekiri* g ugencie tu own* wh* re the ecm nauv have bo. e, aud tho-e wishing T.aveiug Agra otes withiti the e* kuglai »i Ma t>. wilt i p| l> to U. 11 WILM)N. 6< Mate Si* et, tUvoou. »ir»a« •uch re ereuce. or iu'orm ti n a* to ag , preeert ann past busii e*s,a* wi 1 enable him to io»m Judg ment in regard th-reto. JuaeUdtae Carriu ges, O arriages! Fiimlr 11 uiIt aud Mtml» Fiai.hr*. J. P. LIBBEY, No. 20 Preble St, Ol'KKHk for sale, at his aub'-bl.ot* it*, a variety of f aniagr* ma e !t» the itattst at d host *t b -tuu* a) mam er. 1 hr ars* itnui tnnj dm> all tLo dif rent kty Irs «f Liabt ('imaici. tan they will bo •old on the aaoet favorable tei a*, l'enn ns Intel d ti-g to i ureLase Cariiegi s will find it f« r their inter e*t to call and txauiinc before buying* erwheie. faee*Wwi f BRADFORD * HARM01, Prusiou and Claim Agents, f Established in 1861. i STILL continue to devo*e their «i octal ard exclu sive att.ution to the proevCu ioB of Claim* tor Pensions* Bounties Arrears of Pay «b4 Ptiae Money, And all other claim* against the Government, har ing been ou5v bceof.-Hl tber-for. ty All advice tree. Term*** lo* as at any oth er A. etc/, and no pay lequueu until the elaim*are obtain« d. . . „rn.e « K.chuP .m.,,Jo.; BWk i)ro /.. K UAIHIS. JUKll ~d»f American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! or MEW TOBK. Oupiinl *300.000, '■•■re BuIMi—k,. M err bn ndl ••. It «■..*« h-lk F-r-lt-rr. Rtala. V«— Ml* lie lIMkb and -the r Her* mm—I Hr* er,, t—* rriee. SAMl'EI, BBOWM. rreaUMt. WUXI AM BA YMOB, Secret*,. KDWABD 8BAW A<*at, 10S Middle ktrwt, MW lyeod

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