Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 30, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 30, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1864 WHOLE NO 644. PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T.OILMAN. Editor, published it No. 82J KXCH ANUK STBKLT.by N. A. FOSTER A CO. feu Portlakd Dailv Pnnsels published it #8.00 per year: If paid striotly in advanee, a discount of • l.w will be made. Single copies three oente. Tu n M a is a State l‘aw e is published every Thurs day uiornlne.at *2.09 per annum, in advance; #2.2( If paid within six months; and *2.60, if payment be delayed beyond the year. Kates of Advertising: One Inch ot spaoetn length of ooluinn, oonstitutee n ■‘nqUABn.” #1.50 per square daily drsl week; 75 oents per week after; three insertions or loss, 81.00; continuing eve ry other day after 9ret week, 50 cents. Half square, three insertions or toss 75 cents; one week, #1.00; 50 oents per week after. Linder head of Amoobmekts, #2.00 pereqnare per w ick; three insertions or less, #1,60. 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The relics of this glorious regiment, whose services iu the field have covered the State with glory, returned to this city, nt ihe end of their term of eulistmeut, on Friday last, and nr# uow at Camp Berry waiting to bo muster ed out. It was to a soldier of this regiment • that the high opinion the rebel General Lee ~r _a_____• . ed. After the second battle of Fredericks burg, private Crockett, of Co. A, who had fallen into the hands of the eDeiny as a prison er, observed a wounded rebel lying on the ground exposed to the fire and begging for water. He took him upon his back, carried him to a place of safety auil brought him wa ter in his canteen. Gen. Wilcox, with whose brigade the Oth had been fighting, observed t the action, carried the soldier to Gen. Lee, who asked him where he belonged, and being told, said: “ The Maine troops at e the best troops in your army.” Gen. Lee gave the young hero a pass on the railroad to ltich nioud, aud in a few days he was exchanged, and we are glad to learn returned home with his company safe and sound. The Oth was recruited in Washington, Han cock, Penobscot and Piscataquis Counties, and left Portland for the seat of war on the 17lh of July, 1801, under commaud of Col. Abner Knowles, of Bangor, numbering about one thousand men. They arrived in Washington on the 19th and encamped at Chain Bridge the 21st, the day of the disastrous rout of Bui Bun. They built Battery Vermont, aud a smaller earthwork commanding the Chain Bridge, and on the ltd ol September crossed the Potomac, worked upon Ft Kthan Allen and did an Immense amount of labor in clear ing the woods within range of the batteries mounted there. The strength and skill of these trained backwoodsmen as the gigantic oaks of the Potomac fell like grain before their rapid, ringing sttokes, were the admira tion of the officers, and the envy of other regi ments. Later in the fall the regiment was pushed forward towards Lewinsville, occupy ing Fort Griffin through the fall and winter. Colonel Knowles resigned In January, and was suc ceeded by Colonel, now General Hiram Burn ham, of Cherryfield. Uuder this brave and energetic officer the regiment was thoroughly drilled aud prepared for service. In March, 1802, the regiment was put Into Haucock's brigade of Baldy Smith’s division, numbering about 900 men, having lost 150 by deaths and discharges for disability, and having been re cruited by about 50 men, and marched to the front. The dreaded works of Manassas, that had kept our splendid army in check for nearly niue months, proving to be only mounted with maple guns, and to be manned with no troops, the grand counter march to wards the Peninsula commenced. On the Oth of April, the regiment first came under fire in a skirmish at Lee’s Mills on War wick Creek. The army had been meantime organized into corps, and Smith’s division had been attached to the 4th corps under Gen. E. D. Keyes, The Oth had been sent forward to reconnoitre and ascertain the position of the enemy's defences, which they did effectually . and with the loss of three men wounded. Al most doily skirmishing with the rebels suc ceeded, the Maine Oth being constantly em ployed in building earthworks and standing on picket, until the 4th of May, when they cross el Warwick Creek, and marched.to Williams burg. j On the 5tn of May, the battle of Williams burg was fought. Gen. Hancock crossed Queen’s Creek, a sluggish arm of the York Biver, at a small dam. Upon the opposite i bank was a small redoubt and upon the heights beyond and a little to the left another, both unoccupied by the enemy. The woods skirt ed the bank of the creek aud extended to wards the enemy's lines on either baud, leav ing a space of cleared land from the two re doubts to Ft. Magruda, alarge earthwork abou l a mile from the creek at right angles, capable of holding six or seven thousand men. In this and in redoubts upon either flank, the ene my were strongly posted. Gen. Hancock posted two regiments in the woods on the right, anil one In the woods on the left, while j the 6lh Maine and 5th Wisconsin, advanced i across the open space directly towards the rebel works. Half a mile from the fort the enemy was met advancing, (Early’s brigade,) I and a larger force skirmished with our regi ments stationed in the woods. The 6th Maine and 5th Wisconsin fell back in good order, with a loss to the latter of 00 or 70 meu. At the second redoubt they faced about, four of the Maine companies occupying that work and the rest formiug on either flank. After the tiring began, the 7th Maine came up and completed the line to the edge of the woods on the right. After interchanging a few volleys the enemy broke and retreated, and the whole Une, including the 7th Maine, being pushed forward about 5u0 prisoners taken, and 40 or 50 were found killed, the - wonuded being included among the prisoners. No charge whatever was made, uor was our line advanced until the enemy were routed and in full flight. llie regiment having been meantime trans ferred to the 6th corps, Gen. Franklin, moved moved ou towards Richmond and crossed the Chickahotniny ou the 5th of June, and on the 17th was fought the battle of Golden’s Farm. The 0th corps held the ceuler or the line, and Fitz John Porter the extreme right on the north of Cbickahotuiny. Gen. Porter being heavily attacked, fell back with severe loss, and ou the evening of the day of his de feat,',the 6th corps was attacked just after dark. The 6th Maine held about the centre of the line. The battle was with musketry, lasting about an hour, and the enemy’s attack was re pulsed with a loss to the regiment of abou 15 men. On the 30th of June, while failing back to wards James river, the regiment lost a few meu wounded from a heavy Are of shell, and grrived with the rest of the army at Harri sons Landing on the 2d of July without fur ther loss. Franklin’s corps, as is well known, arrived on the field of Bull ltun just too late to parti cipate in tho secoud battle at which Gen. Pope was defeated. AtCrampton's Gap, near South Mountain, the Oth was a support, casualities, ojte wounded man only. In the battle of Antlet*m, the regiment supported Franklin’s battery in a part of the field where the heaviest fighting for the day had been, but were not attacked and made no attack. A few men only were wounded by distant firing. They recrossed the Potomac Nov. 1, but were not in action till Dec. 12, wheu they formed a part 01 Franklin's attack on the left below Fredericksburg, but were, not actually eugaged, and lost only a few men wounded. On the 1st ol May, 18<>3, the Oth Maiue crossed the Kappahaunock under Franklin, a mile and a half below Fredericksburg, and were on picket duty below tho river at the crossing. On the 2d they skirmished with the enemy’s Hues, having six or eight killed and wounded. On the 3d took place the storming of Muryo’s Heights. The main body of the rebel army had been for several days occupied with Hooker’s attack at Chancellorsville, too remote for any com munication with Franklin, and the fightiug at Murye’s Heights began just as Hooker, over' come by an incomprehensible paralysis, fired his last gun and begau to prepare his retreat. Gen. Burnham, in command of the Light Brig ade, which consisted of the 31st and 43d New York, lilst Pennsylvania, oth Wisconsin, and 6th Maiue, was ordered to carry the heights above Fredericksburg, the same which Burn Bide had ineffectually assailed in December' and where French’s, Hancock's, and Howard's divisions, had been so fearfully slaughtered. The enemy trusted to his batteries and the natural strength of the place to repel our at tack, and were completely surprised by the boldness and impetuosity of Burnham's ad vance. The Uth Maine were placed in a single line iu tbe centre under command of Lieut. Coi. Harris. On their left was the 31st New York aupported by a second line composed of a part of the 5th Wisconsin. The rest of this regi ment were flung out as skirmishers before the whole line. On the right the Ulst Penn., and 43d N. V., were ordered to advance in column Col. Spear, who led the column, beiug killed, the two regiments on the right were thrown into Confusion, and their march delayed until after the works were carried by the centre. The 31st N. Y., who had but a two or three day6 to serve, did not advance promptly, so that their support, the 5th Wisconsin, charged through them and artived iu the enemy's works a moment after the Uth Maine had planted their colors within them. Thus this gallant regiment, though in a single line, and unsupported on their right, dashed up the hill, driving the sharpshooters from their first line behind a low stone wall, and carrying the earthworks above in spite of the Are which swept the ground over which they charged and the enfilading lire of the unbroken lines in front of their right supports. The whole light division captured seven pieces of artil lery and 500 men. The loss of the Uth in this battle was 13 killed and 111 wounded. The friendship between tbe 5th Wisconsin and the Uth Maine is worthy of special men tion. In Sept., 1801, they were placed iu the same brigade, and they left the front for Wash ington, to he discharged, on the same day.— During all.this time they camped and fought together, and have been sworn ft lends of each other—each soldierstanding up for tbe repu tation of his associated regiment as for his own. It was fitting that the stalwart lumber men of tbe Northwest should fraternize with their brave comrades of tbe State w hich gave so many of them birth, and tire noble blood they have poured out on so many glorious fields, to purchase .the restoration of the au thority of the Union. On the evening of the 4th of May,the retreat across the river having been already iu pro gress, the Uth was ordered to support two com panies of the Ulst New York on picket guard above the Gen. Sedgwick’s pouloou bridge, supported by tbe 43dNew.York. Tbe rebels came down in force, surprised tbe picket line and made prisoners of the whole—about ‘Z'St men. An Alabama brigade occupied ail the roads leading to the bridge, and commenced a flank attack upon tbe Uth Maine wbo faced to the left, ami, standing in the edge of the wood, awaited the attack. The enemy’s volleys passed over the heads of onr men, who open ed a brisk and deadly fire upon the rebel brig ade, which broke ani retreated with heavy loss Col. Harris theu withdrew his men quietly down the wooded bluff of the river, and marching down the bank under the cliff, gain ed the bridge and got safely over. Gen. Sedg wick was surprised at the safe return of the regiment, supposing that not a man of them could escape slaughter or capture. The en tire loss in this affair was 35 prisoners, part ol them wonndeil. In advancing through Maryland to attack Lee in Pennsylvania, the Sixth took the road uearest Baltimore, making the distance from Fairfax to Gettysburg 120 miles iu six days.— At Gettysburg they were iu the extreme left, held iu reserve, aud did not tire a gnu or lose a man. At Fuukstowu, on Lee’s retreat on the 12th of July, they attacked the enemy, taking forty prisoners, aud killing and wouud iug many of the enemy without the loss of a man. They weie not eugagod again till the 7th of November, at lisppahaunock Station. At this place the rebels had a pontoon bridge across the river, defended on the north side by two redoubts upon the blufl', with rifle-pits connecting them and stretching actoss a how of the river from bank to bank. These works were held by about 2500 men and four pieces of artillery. Gen. Kussell had orders to at tack these works, and formed his line about three o'clock iu the, afternoon. The Cth Me., then numbering, officers and men, 320, were thrown forward as skirmishers, Col. Harris in command. About dark ttiey were ordered to attack the works, and advanced iu skirmish line, supported on their left by about forty oi the 20th Maine, and actually captured the en emy's line of battle aud two of their guns, and cut off the retreat by the bridge, loslug in the advance 140 men—40 killed and 100 wounded. Col. Harris fell, heavily wounded. Five minutes after the tlth Maiue boys got possession of the works, they were joined by their old comrades of the 5th Wisconsin, by whose aid the other two guns were captured aud soon afterwards the 49th and 119th Tenu came to their support, aud the 5th Maine aud the 121st N. Y. advanced on the right, and the whole force of the enemy (except iomi 500 or COO, who had escaped by the bridgi aud by swimming) were eaptuicd. We doubt if the whole war furnishes a mor< conspicuous exhibition of heroism and prowesi than this brilliant achievement while the ene >ny trusted in tUier numbers,their batteries ant their defeuces looked with contempt upot this thin line of skirmishers nearly mowee down by the Are and confidently awaited tin steady advance of the attacking columns. A handful of men were at their very breast with loaded rifles, and more than two thou sand men with empty muskets and no bayon ets were compelled to choso between flight and surrender. Soon after this battle the array went into winter quarters at Brandy Station, where they remained until the memorable campaign un der Gen. Grant opened on the 4th ot May of the present year. On the fith of May the Maine 6'k still a part of the tith Corps was en-‘ gaged at the Wilderness and lost 5 or 6 men, but were not in that part of the Union lines that suffered a heavy attack. On the 8th at Spottsylvauia, being in the front lines they lost a few more men by the enemys shai p shooters. On the 10th they were in the attack of the rebel works on the right, which they carried, but Gen. Johustou’s division coming up with a superior force they were compelled to fall back aud did so losing heavily. The loss to the liegiment was 125 men, but as the rebels held the ground it is not known how many were killed wounded or captured. Maj or Fuller who had been in command of the liegiment since Col. Harris received his wouud at iiappahannock Station was severely wound ed in this battle, and Capt. Theodore Lincoln Jr. the seuior Captain assumed the command and has since held it. On the 12th of May the regiment mustered only 70 men for duty and being employed as a support of Hancock were under lire 8 hours 1 losing 2 officers and '■) meu killed and 11 wounded. Daily skirmishes ensued but no casualties were experienced until the arrival of the army at Coal Harbor, where for twelve days the remnant of the liegiment was employ ed digging rifle pits and skirmishing in close proximity to the enemies defences, losing in all about 15 meu. On the 14th of June they went up the James river by steamboat reached Gen. Butler's quarters the 17th and Petersburg the 20th. TM _I.. 4*_a ..4 -I. * i 11 * j ... - --n -- 10th of July anil were seut to Washington to be discharged, where they arrtved on the 12th aud volunteering to remain 30 days for the defence of Washington, were marched iuto Fort Stevens. As the attack of the raiders however had been repelled, they, were relieved on the 13th, and on the 17th sailed from Balti more in the Steamer Weybasset, arrived at Boston the 21st and in this city on the 22. There have returned to Maine, officers and men, 107. There were left in hospital, VS men, whose time expired the 15th Inst. There i remain in the service more recent recruits, whose time has not expired, about 23b men, who are classified as the (llh Maine Battalion. The first loss of officers was at the storm ing of Murye’s Heights. There fell the gal lant and lamented Major Joel A. Haycock, of Calais, also Captains Sewall C. Gray of Exe ter, John H. Ballinger, of Machias, Ralph W. Young, of ltocklaud and Thomas P. Roach, of Eastport. These were all estimable and noble meu, whom the country, their townsmen and their comrades will remember with grateful respect aud admiration. Capt ains Benj. I. Buck, of Bucksport, George W. Burnham, of Cherryfleld aud Lieut. Mc Kinley, of the same place wera wounded in this battle. At the capture of Bappaliauock Station, Capt. Reuel W. Furlong, of Calais. Lieut.s Henry A. Waite, of Calais, Lyman F. Wilk ins, of Brownsville aud James B. McKinley, wounded at Fredericksburg, were killed. These losses have deen bitterly deplored among wide circles of bereaved fi lends, where these brave aud excellent men have been known and esteemed Col. Benj. F. Harris, of Ma chias, Adj. Chas. A. Clark, of Saugerviile, Caplaius.Joseph G. Robert*,of Corinth, Chas. S. Wetherell, of Searsport, George W. Burn ham, of Cherryfleld, and Lieutenants Solo mon Morton and Perclval G. Knowles, of Bangor, L. W. Smith, of Steuben, Edward Williams, of Calais, Elliot Chamberlain, of Oldtown, Horace Jacobs, ot Cherryfleld and John C. Uovey, of Ellsworth were wounded. In the battle of May 10th, Lieut. Isaac C. Campbell, of Pembroke was killed, and Maj. Geo. W. Fuller, of Corlutb, Capts. Charles T. Wetherell, Fred. B. Ginn, of Bucksport, Fred. A. Hill, ol Machias. and Lieuls. J. L. Peirce, of Machias, Dawes, of Bucksport. Geo. Biau chard, of Calais, were wounded. Ou the 12th were killed, Lieuls. James X. Norris, of Oldtow n, L. W. Smith, of Steuben, ] and on the lllli June,Capt. Williams of Calais and Lieut. William II. Coan were wouuded. The officers who have returned are Capt*. Theodore Liucoln, jr., of Deunysviile, in com mand, J. G. Roberts, of Corinth, L. W. Smith, of Oldtown, Fred. A. Hill ofM:.chias, Fred. B. Ginn, of Bucksport, I,. L. L. Bassford, of Cal ais, and Lieuts. J. L. Pierce, of Machias, Solo. W. Weston, of Bangor, and John C. Honey, of Ellsworth. % In the uame of the nation whose flag they have defended, aud of the Slate whose name they have made illustrious by llieir beroistn, we welcome to the rest, and affection of homes that will receive them with tear* anil prayers j oi gramuue auu joy mese veterans, uul veie 1 rans in years, but in that they are the surviv ' ors of a three years’ war such as God grant may never asain atliict our country. They have been in ten general engagements and in innumerable skirmishes. They have led the attack in three battles, where they left ou the Held not less than half of their numbers engag ed. But they have never flinched from dan ger nor turned their backs to the enemy. Their very good name lias been fatal to them, sinco in not a few instances, they have been selected for dangerous service, because the Generals in command have known, that here was a regi ment that, if ordered, would march with a cheer “into the jaws of bell’’ w ith a devotion i equal to that of the famed Light Brigade at the Crimea. It must nut be thought that of tile ldOOiueu that have been since its organization attached to thi- regiment, the waste of li/e alone ac 1 count >r their now thinned ranks. Not more than lot) men lu all have fallen in battle or died of wounds. About as many more have died of i diseases,and full 1000 men are now alive includ , lug those still in the field recently recruited. Nothing but a restored Union, and peace on the basis of liberty for all can compensate tor i the precious young lives that have perished 1 along the bloody march of this regiment. We wait with hope and confidence that such a sac rifice offered by bleeding hearts may be accept ed. The noble survivors we will cherish with honor and gratitude because they have peril led their lives iu a contest so vital to us and to our children. Copartnership lfoilee. ritltE undersigned Itsvo formed & copartnership A under tlie sty e of (j. L Storer ft Co., and tak en tho store and rock of Storer, Cutler ft Co., where they will constantly keep a large stock of goods for a general jobbing business. UBO. I. STOKER, KKED tilOltF.lt, CltAS. II. MESEKVE, ... a . . . '»• F. LOCK E. 1 ort.aud, July la, lgsj. jyl8d8w Talk akout Hats ! JUST SEE HARRIS' REWSTYLES. June 4—dtf Payment of Androicoggin Coupons. rpUK undersigned will pay Coupons of the An X droscoggiu K. ft. Bonds, secured by the second mortgage of said Hailroad. with interest to thii date, to the amount of f7,829.46. paving such cou pons as shall first bo presented at bis office 31 Ex change 8t , Port laud, among thowe that tell due pri or to the year 1861. JABEZ C. WOODMAN, Treasurer of Trustees of the Third Mortgage of A. ft. B. Co Portland, June 80, 1864 Jyl6d*w8w MISCELLANEOUS. 126 Exchange Street. 126 Hugh M. Phinney, WOULD Inform hi. friod. «nd former oortomer* that he ha* taken the Store ATo 12d Exchange Street, where he intend, to carry ou the Stove un.l Furnace BusIbms. In all it. tranche*. STO VES, or all kind., of the newest and most approved pattern.*, Furnaces and Ranges, Tin and Hollow Ware. S3T~Second hand Stoves bought, or taken in ex change for new. Stovks, Kamo ice, Fubnacks, and Tim Warm repaired at short notice, in a faithful manner. Grateful for former patronage, he hopes by strict attention to business, and fair doaliug, to receive a generous share of public favor. uia>23dtf_ ALDRICH’S PATENT W liter Elevator ! VPATF.N T combining more good aud less bad qualities than any r-ti.er fixture in use for house wells. Don’t fail to see it before you tuy any pump or drawer now in use. it works so easily tint a child tight years' old can draw with it. It is low priced ; it leaves nothing in the water to injure it; it does not freeze; it is simple; It is not likely to get out of order. The bucke hs* co valve and empties itself. You have your well all open or cov ered at pleasure, and is just inch a simple fixture as every man needs who values pure water for family use. ty*Drawers and Town and County Rights for ale by BOYNTON Jfc 111GGIN8. 13 and l&Warreu Market. Portland. jyl&dSm S. BLOOD, Successor to George Andorson, No. 317 CongrcMi Street, Portland, Sign of Anderson's Hoop Skirt Depot, KLF.PS constantly on band a complete assort ment of H O OP SKIRTS, of every si/e aud length, made of the best materials and wai ranted to give perfect satisfaction. Also on hanJ a full assortment ol Cornels and Nkirt Supporters of the most popular mak*. s, both'oreign and domes tic, with other articles properly belonging to a Hoop Akirt store. Hoop Skirts made to order, and re pairing done at short notice. Parties dealing with tbit establishment may rely upon gettiug goods of the very best quality and at prices as low as a really good article can he afforded Portland, July 6,1864. d6w GRANT'S COFFEE A SPICE MILLS! VIII O M .l/l/.iO/I.I/Ait J I J. O-R, A. Isl T , Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of COFt'EE, SPICES, Salo-rutus * Cream Tartar, A>« Cefn anil Spin Mills, la and 16 L'uivn itrrrt, Portland, Me. Coffee* and Spices put up for the trade, with any address, in all variety of prekages, and warranted as represented. Coffee roasted and ground for the trade at short notice. t3T All gcod* entrusted a ■ the owner's risk. _ marchlOdtf Now Nteiun Nffill, Footoi Cron, between Fore k Commercial St«. WINSLOW, ~DOTEH & CO., UTOt’LD inform their former customers and the 1 f public general v, that they have fitted up their New Mill with New Machinery, and are now ready to do Planing, Matching ami Jointing. al*0 Sweep and Circular Sawing. W ilt Turning, Ire. We hare in operation on* of Mora. tiray k Wood's new improved Planers, for FLAN IMG OCT OF H IND. It will plan, with the greatest accuracy from t Inch I in thickets* to 12 leches square. Aluo M.V E DU Eli FIFTY EEET Lost}, For tawing litavy plank and edging hoards. Particular attention given to planing Ship Kneee. flat hoard., and heavy Timber. For the accommodation ol dialers and other! bar- ‘ mg large lot nl hoards to plane, we have in conneo- 1 tion with the mi.I 17»C00«ijusre CmI of yard room, t jyly.odtf WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS MANUFACTURER’S BLOCK, UNION S T BEET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, M AKC r ACTl" UKB 09 Steam Engines, Steam Boilers. Shafting Pulleys Gearing, and all kiods ol Machinery. Also Low aud High Pressure rtteain Heating Ap paratus for Factories. Public Buiidiugs and Dwelling Houses. In this De partment the es'ablishnient has beau uncommoulv successful. Steam Cocks, Valves. Whistles, aud steam. Water and Gas Pipe and connections furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and laithfully Dose. In coau ction with the above establishment is an Iron Fouudry, with a large assortment of patterns, and a Planing Mill, where wood planiuguf all kinds may be done, may2dtf Keninvnl. HAVINt; removed from iny old stand to the store No. 91. Commercial atrect. and associated myself in business with Mr. Henry Fling, I would take this on|>oiiunity to thank my customers for past favo's. und would respectfully solicit th.ir future patronage of the firm of Fling & Whittemore STEPHEN WHITTEMORE. Portland, July Sth, 1861, julyl'idlw Co|mrtnpi«hip Notice. TIME undersigned have this day formed a Copart I nership under the name and a ylt* of Fling A Whittemore. and have taken the store formerly oc cepPdbv Henry F.ing, No. 91, Commercial street, where they intend doing a Commission and Whole sale business, in Teas. Tobacco, W 1 Goods, Gro ceries and Provisions. HENRY FLING. STEPHEN WHITTEMORE. Portland July 8.18*4. dtf John Kinwiiian, GAS FITTER, —-AKD— Dealer in Ohm Fixtures, And LitsiV hero-rue Cooking Apparatn*. The public are invited to examine and test these new inventions, which are highly recouimended for summer use. NO. 66 UNION STREET. Portland. June 14 —eod3m PROVOST MARSHAL’S OFFICE, ) First IHstrict. State of Maine, [ loiTAND, July 13,1864 ) NOTICE i* hereby given that any person knroied may appear before the Board of Enrolment and claim to have his name stricken off the list, if he tan show to i be *at intact ion of the Board that he is uot properly enroled on account ol 1st—Alienage. 2d—Nou-Residence. 31—Over Age. 46h—formau< m Physical Disability,ot such degree aa to render the person not a proper subject for en rolment under the laws and regulations. I hat the examination reft rted to above may not interfere with the daily routine ol office business, the hours for examination will be from 10 A. M. to 12 M. ami from 2 to 4 P. M. CHARLES U. DOUGHTY, ( apt and Provcst 3Iarshal. CITY OK PORI LAND, ) M a you’s Ornci, J July IS. 1804. \ Hie special attention of our citizen;- is called to the above notice of the l'rovost Mar.-hal. It should be the duty of all those wno are exempt from draft from eith. r of the causes mentioned, to aiplyiu per I son and have th-'ir names taken from the iii>t, in or j der that when the quotas for the diafe are appor tioned, the number to he drawn will bo based upon those who only are liable to enrolment. julyUdStawlm JACOB McLELLAX. Mayor. FIRE ! FIRE!! FIRE M !~~ JOHNSON’S Portable Force Pump! I4*0R extinguishing fires, wetting roofs, etc. near fires, washing windows, carnages, decks of vet sets, battling hor-es, wetting sails pump ng water from boats.watering streets and gardens,sprinkling liquids for destroying Cmterpillais and other insects ou trees, plants and shrubbery, Ac. This Pump has proved itself to tie one of the most v aluable inventions for domestic use, and those who have them wou d not part with them at auy price, provided no more were to be obtained It is portable and o nipact and will throwsix gal lons of water per minute, from £0 to 40 feet. It can be easily worked by a Jad of twelve years. It is simple in construction, not liable to get out of order, end every machine is warranted. The price is so low that one should be in every family, school louse, factory building, saw mill, tanuery, Ac. Kaeh pump is provided with a extra Nozzle, for sprinkling. ('all and examine testimonials rromthe President! of the principal Fire Insurance (Vmi aniesof Massa chusetts. the Chit f FwOgineers of the Boston and oth or fire departments, and other*, and purchase one ol these Pumps. J. L. WINSLOW A CO., Winslow’s Machine Work*, Wholesale and Retail Agents, Brown’s Block, Union street Portland, Me jylSdtf Dissolution. fllHE copartnership heretofore existing betweei JL Sweat and C leaves as Attorneys at Law, is this day dissolved by uiutu&l consent. The affairs ol th< late firm will be adjusted by either party. M-. Sweat will coutinue in business at office No 117 Middle street, Mussey’s Bow. Mr Cleaves at the office of Howard A Cleaves, No 91 Middle street, over Casco Bank L. D M. SWEAT. „ . NATHAN CLEAVES Portland. July 16th, 18C4. jyl8d8m BUSINESS CARDS. PAPRK BOX MANUFACTORY. J. P. Libby, MANVriCTUKlB OF Papor Boxes, Ui every description, such m Shoe Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Druggist Boxes, Collar Boxes, bhelf Boxes, ConehologicalBoxes, Powder Boxes, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, & c. 141 Middle St., (Up Stairs) Portland, Me* juneldSm Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, Luther D.n., , Portland, Woodbury Dana,} * Johu A. b. Dana ) “ill Ilf. _ Juneldtf dT. Smitli tfc Oo., M IM'KACTniKRfl OF Leather Belting, Card Clothing. Loom Straps, Bell Leather Backs and Sides, LEATHER TRlHUlNQi, fr., Hanson’s Block, 144 Middle St., Portland, Or si the Card Clothing Manufactory, Lewiston. H. M Bukwer, (jnld8ni) D. F. Noyes JOHN T. KOUERS & CO., j Uoinmission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. 61 Commercial Street, rS«.B.R>o^CH. ! PORTLAND. ME. , _ juneldHm Wholesale and Retail, j *1. L. DAVIS, Bookseller, Stationer,; AND MANUFACTURER OF Premium Paged Account Books, PAPER HANGINGS. No. 53 Exchange Stre.t, Portland, Me. juneldtt CHA8. J. SCHUMACHER, " Fresco and Banner Fainter,. No. 141 Middle Street, PORTLAND, MS. nw r» via cxuuuo m every part oi tno Mate. juaeltf RUFUS DUNHAM, Manufacture and Wholesale Dealer 1b B RITANN IA Plated Ware, * No. 21S F>rre etrect, Portland Maine. Portland, May 17th, 1W4. maylTdtl M. G. WEBB & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Flour, NO.81 COMMERCIAL STREET, «1>1« PORTLAND, ME. dtf 1 BURGESS, FOBES, <fe CO., BAMUrAOTUKBIlS OF Japan, White Lead, Zinc, Paint*, And Ground Oolorn, AMD DMA I.a 1X8 IM Drugs Medicines, Pa nts, Oils & Varnishes. Paint and Color Factory, No. 29 Munjoy St., Oiflcc 1 Salesroom*, 80 Ceimiirrrinl St., (Tbomar B^ockJ U r -1 lit IM. i . r i II » \u us Ciiablu 8. Foam. IMllUl, UK. m&ylSiitf BLAKE, JOAE8&CO., FLOUR & GRAIN DEALERS,' And lie vers of Western and < • adinti Product*, 137 Commercial Stn^t, - . . Granite/ti ck. ('harlei* BUkr. ) Henry A. June*, J PORTLAND. K. W. <..*■■. 1 _ junoldtf JOHN LYNCH & CO., Wholesale Gr oeers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Qranile Btoroa, - - - Coiamero al street. (Opposite head Widgery Wharf,) John Lynch, i l*eh»g Barker, J PORTLAND, ME. Thoe. Lynch ) juneldtf DOLE Ac iWOODV^ OgXERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And W hole* ale Dealers in FLOUR, CORN AND PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt Block, Commero'al St, KranitUn^'.^Moody, } POKTLAND, ME. jumldtim LAKE Ac LITTLE, Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AND W oolens, No. MS Middle .treat, A. Ut”!;.} POHTLAND. ME. E. K. LEMONT, Carriage Manufacturer, Preble Stieet, - - Portlacd.Me. Ey Carriages and Sleigh* on hand and made to order. junelfidtr C. F. KUUULi, MAlfCKACTl HER OP Carriages and Sleighs, Preble street, (Near I*reble House,) PORTLAND, ME. Salt Rooms, lit) and 112 Sudbury St., Boston, Mass. Juueltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO.. Flour, (srain Produce Commission Itrrbants, aul Sillors' Apnls. Ojfice and Warehouse So. G Call Block, Commer~ dal Street. We offer for sale to the trade, many choice and well-known Brands of Hour, from St. Louis. I’iinois, Wisconsin, Ao., which wc are con*tantl receiving. N., C. k Co .are also Agents fjr llttmauA Co.’s, and other brands of manufactured Tobacco. C7*Ca*h advances made on all consignment*. Portland, June 1, 1S64. jnldtf jrjg^DR. W. R. JOHNSON, DENTIST, Insert* Artiticial Teeth ou Cold. Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, and warrants them iu all ra.-es to be a perfect tit. Dr. J. also gives special attention to Filling Teeth. Office ‘22S)) Congress street, two doors west from the Court House Portland, June 1,18tH.—eod'im 63 Removal. 63 J. M. KNIGHT & SON, Commissi o n Merchants, And dealers In Country Produce, have moved to No. 63 Commercial street. Portland, May 10th, 1864. maylOdtf PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will issue Polices to be free alter the payment ot six, eight or ten Premiums at the option of the insured and at rates as low as any other Company. The issue of Free Policies renders it at P 'least equal if not superior to the participation ipauiee. Office No. 102 Middle 8t. CHARLES HOLBKX.Pres ! muds.tr. mwAKUSHA'v ««. • BUSINESS CARDS. BRADLEY, MOULTON *. ROGERS Wholesale Dkalkbb im Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial atreet, Thonaa Block, BOBXRT BRILEV, j o. m. MOULTOK, [ ruRTLAXD, MB. A. O. KOGKBR. ) _ majSdtf W. W. CARR & CO./ Having taken the Fruit store formerly ocoapied b G. SAWYER. Wo. & fiichaugc Street, Ar® prepared to ofltor to the trad® a large and w®U •elected stock of Foreign and Domestic Frnit 1 Wholesale and Retail Sprnrt- Gnu, Learagea Canary Seed, Candles, Lime*. Lemon Syrup, ileuej. Prune!, Corea N'at*. Klgi, Cltren, but., nil kind*. Date*, Ollree, Rnlalna. Tubaeee, Sardines, Cigars. e*a«y Candles ef all de*crlpilen. oott dtf IRA WINN, Agent, lMo. 11 Union St., If prepared to ftirnieh STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, of various sizes and patterns, Stout fye ud fiitiM, Mill Cmiag, ShaAiig, Ptlleyg, fc«. Light llors a Wimir of all description#, and all kind* of work re-juired in building FoBTiriCATIOHe. Iron Stair* and other Architectural Work. llousee, Stores, and other building#, fitted with Ga# and Steam in the beet manner. In oonnection with the above ia an Iron Foundry with a large assortment of Pattern#, to which the attention ol Mai hinleU, Millwright#.and 8hip-Rulld or# is invited—and all kind# ol Casting# tarnished at short notice. WOrdersfor Machine Jobbing, Tatters# and Forgings, promptly executed. otfdtf SIWCiE R>8 SEWING MAGHINESI WOOD5UM, TRUE ft CO.. AGENTS, Ifoa. fid and *«.Middle Strsdt. MfWut'aaftHlI Trim ml _n aehlfilf ▲ CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, 1IENTIST, No. 170 Middl Street. Rarannacna.Dr». Bacon and Bnnaun. Portland, May 25,1848. tf Dr. J. H. HEALD HAVING disposed of his entire interest In his Office to Dr. S.C FERNALD. would chevrffllly reccomm^nd him to his former patients and »he pnb lie. Dr. Fbrsald, from Ion/ * ’tper:»*noe, is^ ropar* ed to iusert ArtiUciid foeth oo the ‘Vulcanite Bau»e/* and ailother methods known to the profession Portland. May 16. ISA! * tf W OOn AM) COAL CHEAP FOK CASH ! 8PRING MOUNTAIN, LEIlIGIl. IIEZILTON, al’UAK LOAK, OLD UOMl’ANV LEHIGH LO CUST MOUNT AIN JOHNS. DIAMOND. WEBS TEE atid BLACK HEATH. Tlwie Co.tN arc ot thf very beet <iualuy, well wroened an t (licked. and warranted to give satisfaction. Alio lor tale beat of If\KD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Optics CuaiucUL S r., bead of Franklin Wliarl. 8. ROUND* dr BON. fbblAdlv iVUKREFS mPOKTED FI UK AND WATKK PltOOI FELT COMPOSITION, -A HD Oravol Iloolliig FOR FLAT HOOFS. HKHSEY, Agenti JaulM dtl ^o. 16 Union dtreot. ALBERT WEBB A CO„ -eba lw in — Com, Flour and Grain, HEAD OF MERRILLS WHARF. C-wmmcrclal Street,- - Parllaad, Me. __ leSJtf EDWARD H. BURGIN, WHOLESALE DEALER I?i Lorn, Meal and Flour, Alio. Ground Bock Salt . Commission Vlervhanl FOB rmUABEAlD PALS OF Barley, Bye and Oats. rr-< ’ttrs loaded with Corn in balk free of charge. WarehooMt No. 1 SO Commercial Stieet, And Citt Mill*, Docring Bridge. __ juneleoddat JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COILMAN BLOCK, mchlT d Jtwtf Temple Street. SSootoli Canvas, -FO* SALE BT JAMES T. PATTEN A CO. Beth, Me. QAf 1 BOLTS Superior Bleaohcd «vA/ 300 do All Long flax “Got- .. w k eminent contract,” . e.-?. 300 do Extra All Loag flax Arbroath. 800 do Nary Fine Detlrared la Portland or Boatoa. Bath. Anril *0.1M3 np» dU irC iU jLVL U V AL. MR. NEWTON HAS removed his residence to Xo. 37 Mlddl Street, corner of Franklin street. Offices* heretofore. Xo. 116 Exchange Street, li Noble’s Block, up stairs. Offioe hours from 9 to 1 A. M., from 3 to 3, aud from 3 to 9 o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with genera practice to give special attention Xo DISEASES 01 FEMALES. oo31dtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, PLUMBER MAEBR OF Force Pumps and Water Closets NO. 1*4EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, MR. j Warm, (’old and Shower Hatha, Wmi f Bowls, Bras* & Silver Plated Cocks, EVERY description of Water Fixtures for Dwe ling Houses. Hotels, Public Building*. Shop he., arranged and set up in the bc*t manner, and a orders ia town or country faithfully executed. A kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to. Constant! on hand LEAD PIPES. SHEET LEAD and BEE PUMPS of all descriptions. ap9 dtf The Cheapest Agency FOR collecting all classes of claim* arising fro the war i* that of the •-MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION aa which the expenses are controlled by a disinte arted Executive Committee. ApP1'-. in person, or by letter, to GEORGE 1 RMERY, over the Portland Post Office, 3d story. dawlv J. T. Lewis <3& Co., Mauufhcturers and Wholesale Dealers in | READY-MADE CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS, CkamWrt - • • A'.',. 1 and 3 Free Street Btoe (Oner H. J Libby * Co..) tfcfcS: PORTLAND. ME I JyUdtf MERCHANDISE. Hackmetack Ship Timber. OAK. Hackmetzck. and Hard Wood I'l.nk Tim. nail, irom 12 to 23 iucho., Treenail Wtjg,]. 4 . o... L tatlo*. • _ June2sd3m Galt'. Wharf, I'ort'and. Treenails. 100,000Z?IJK 0AE TEEKfiAIL8'fo' SIMjNTOX ft KNIGHT, 43 Commercial Wharf. Portland, June 13. 1364. jnneladtf ‘•Money.” 7TCS PRIME CUBA HUNKY, for ule in bond on duty pud. . THOMAS ASENCIO ft CO. June 10.—indtT Sugar and Molaa.es. 30() HUD8' | CHOICE MUSCOVADO SU >n rC8. j GAR. 3.1 U11 D.3 ouje-rior Mu.co.ado, and 3 1C3 Clayed Moliunee, il BBI.3 from aierra Morena, sow lauding and lor .ale by l HUM AS ASEXCIO ft CO., ^ _ t'u.tom Hwuae Wharf. Sierra Morena Molasses. •->*>■: UHDS OU30 TIVRCKR CH01<^81EKRaM0HEHA W BBLs ) MOLASSES, Now lauding from Brig "C. H. Kennedr" TUOS. A3ESC10 ft CO . _ C. li Wharf. Scotch Canvass. I 90 BOI.T4—from the factory of David Cor >*r ft Son., Leith—a .ail cloth of .uperior quality—Just received per‘ Jura’', and for aaia bv MuGlLVk.Hr, RVAX ft DAVIS, meh26 *itf 161 Commercial Street. WANTS. LOST,FOUND Boy Missing. RAN »w»y from homo on the SOtli in«t , a lad aboat Vi yoar* old, complexion dark, brown ha:r, and dark oyet, tLe left em weak, and bad on | woe 11 h • left h in#* a r*»d and bl*ck checked flannel snirt, mixed cotton |-ant*, <*ho<« and stocking, and li^lr Kossuth hat. Who »i r willfirs any intorma* lion concerning him will confer a great favor oa hi. friend, .ud .hail be luilablv rewarded tor 1 heir trouble slU'UKN JORDAN. Cape Elizabeth, July 27, 1304 Jy2»dlw* WuntrS, A GOOD tenement of live room. Inr a .mall fam ily wittoul children. Apply at thu office. I J> 29 ,itf Cost. ASM ALL bunch of Key., on a .tee) ring. Tha Under .ball be .uitably reward. 1 Ly leaving them wlih J. J. CURRISH. jyUdSf dk Tib aa iw wn nr a n Nh • w n aj wv rm ■» mw • HORSE AND BUGGY STOLEN. Ap»n>on cilling l.i« name John Woo in, called on the-Iilticri'er. the30th inat., ana hired a team to go to standtih and re'nra the day following. Aa the man ha* uot return* d with tbe borw aad baggy aa a.reed, it i* toileted he ha* ruo away with them The man wa. ahout 5 feet <t irche* high! from 36 to •-** t ear, of age. would weigh .at 120 pound*, of clear complexion, with dark browu or h ack hair and eyee. tie had on. when he weut eway, dark clothe*, coat grat. a -ill hat. old it vie. lleal*o wore a pair oi glaaeoe that -priug on to the nore The buggy waa ne», built tht* *ummer, by J.M. Kimball, of thia city, waa of the half bto New York pattero. ttim med wi'h brown broadcloth. Horae tea yen* old. ■ 15 baud. 1 In* h high, light reddi.h gray color, away lack, high trip*—a good driver and roadrer ller u*** new. dark mounted, hat c veted turret* and water-h ok Whoev. r will retu>n .aid property will be paid '» or 92Z for the thief. _ . w a ruLir. Portland, July 25. lwdft w CO Free direct. Wanted. UY a touug man and wire, without family, a inito of room*, furubhed complete for hoe*.a roping Jy37dlw* Addre** C. B , P*ea* Office. Currants Wanted. T1HK .ubaoribeY want* frcmSi) to5» baahel* Micr Mijie larmaH, for which he will pay tho high «*l niaraet price, at hi* .tore io Saeearanpa >1. 8. CLAY. . jyistdftwtf Curraatw Wanted. fVYltE bighe.t market prioo paid for rip; Currant*. I. ia aujr <|uautitie*. C.KEE.NOl i.11 ft MoRsf.. 2(o. tin Market hiiaare. MX *k.,( Board Wanted Bl a 1 oung uiau ami buwife; withia ten minutet' walk ol the Fo*l OBlee. Addre-*, 'Hating Itca (isu.tnuw, Ac. ) * < . C. B.," Lock Box No 42 P. O. JyliMtf Pilot Hunted V8TKADY, competent and capable mao. haring a thorough * no* ledseof Finland Nat ber at*d it* outer approaches, i- w anted for the |>i!ofageo1 the vioirnrst Ockav .Steamship t t»vpant'i Liv* ritK-l au<i Glasgow Line oi Steamer* the com* iug wiiut-r I*he Filot engaging for thi* service will be required to board the .Steamer* ou*-»ide of tbe Bulwark Sncai and AM* it** Hock. Applications re mind by JAMES L. FAKMKR. jylk flwt No. 40 Kxcbaage Street. Hnutrcl. A BOY, net leas thin sixteen year* of age, to act A. as Carrier. Must come w»'ll recommended — Aj ply at the Counting kooxa of tbe Frets. Jvl*dtf Lost. STRAYED trom the pasture of Mr. Francis Rob erts. We«tbrook, Iasi uiontb. a three year old gray Colt, «mall»ire; whoever will return bim or g ve information w here he may be b und, will be suitably rewardf-d, by calling at No i9 spring St. FRANCIS K. xMKKY. l'orlian I, July 13. 1**>4 —.iff Kubklilntrit. VNY one wanting a Sulatitute. for one or thret vear-, can be supplied with ona ty calling upor J. M. Todd, Hair-Dr to*, r, corner ot Micdle auO Exchange street*. J. M. TODD, fP“ Due who belierea the Rebellion can te pul down by the Union force*. July l2e*»d3w* $9*1 Reward ! ' ^TOLKN from the subscriber on Tuesday Even iag. while iu Fierce's auction room, a Calf Skic Fock* t Book contain* *M iu money, a note against Uhar'c- lloogdou. i.orhmm. for WO,and *nr against Uharle> uoopir for *12. Tbe above reward will b* paid tor the recovery of the property and tbe detec tion of tho thief Time 8 —tf GEORGE BE( K Board. SUITS of Rooms, with Board, can be obtained bj applying immediately at 80 Danforth street. May lltla. mayladtf . gg 1 A. & S. SHURTLEFF & CO., '. VOS. 51 A 56 nmDLE STREET PORTLAND. Manufacturers and Dealers in ' Men'* Soys' and Youth's Thick, Ki] and Calf Boots, Women'* Misses and Children'* Goat. Ki< and Calf Balmoral*. Bubbers. Shoe Block, Findings, 4c. TITITH our superior facilities for inanufacturioj u and a large cxpeuence in the busine**. a we are able to sell as low as in Boston or elscwheri Dealers are respectfully invited to call and cj I l amine our stock before purchasing. Older* by mail promptly attended to. , Portland. April 23,1*64. d6m NOTICE. | \1’ K, the undesigned. having sold our Stock « vv Coal and Wood to M-ssrs. Han 'lull. Me All t«r if \Co.t do chcertu’ly recommend them toon former customer*. AM person* having dement against u* are requested to present them lor *tU meat, and alt person* indebted to u* are rtque-.it to make immediate payment at the old stand wht i * one ol the uadersigueu may be found for theprexen SAWYKE k WHITNEY. Portland. Juue 6, 1864. juoel3d3w ’ Coal nii(1 Wood MMllK subscriber having purchased the Stock' X Coal ant Wool, and t«k*n »he stand rtceut occupied bv Messrs, tategtr 4" Wkitni*. head * I XIainr Wharf, are now pteparid. to eu|-pl) the former pa’iou* and the public generally, with tiuc assortment of WELL PICKED AND SCREENED Old Company Lehigh, II Sugar Loaf Lehigh, Y llazelton l^high, I L<M'ti*t .Mouutali John'*, White ami «<d ,\»U. Dinniiiiil aud I.orberr n Together with the he.t qu.Ilty of .. Cumberland Coal A Smpenor Coal/or BiacksmUhs. AINU. Hurd Hill! Soft Wood, r Delivered to order in any part of the eity. The former customers of Messrs Sawyer k Wh nev are respectfully invited to give us s call K AN DA 1.1.. Me ALLISTHK k CO. Portland, June 13 1864 —dly Dissolution. ’■ ffTHE firm of Howard k St rout, a* Attorney* •* f X Counsellois a* Law. is this dav dissolved by m tual eonseut. Hither parti er will attend to the h tlement of of the buoiuess of the la»e tfrui Mr. Howard will c >utinue to occupy uMseil Mi • die street,over Casco Bank . Mr Strout wil* occupy office 1®* Middle etrei opposite heed of Pluiab street- _ rtr joearn Howard, Sbwall C St no itt P*rt)«»d,J«»»r, 1*4 <«■ CLOTHING. ♦ __ — removal! JOSIAH BURLEIGH ■At BBMOTID TO NEW STORE, EVANS’ BLOCK, Nos. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Wholaaale mad Retail Dealer la Cothing.Cotbs, Tailors’ Trimmings, GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Bios. 1AI dt 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Agent for o' ver A Bak.r’teelebrated Sowing Machines, Nos. 141 & 143 Middle Street. NATHAN OOOLD Will saj to bit friends that be maj bo toand at Bar isigh's, No. 141 4 143 Middle street, whore bo will be plated to wait apon bis former customers. Portland, March 34, 1864.dtf JUST RECEIVED 1 ROLLINS b ROND, j IT mortm"1**^ lh*‘f ,U>r* **“* f*c*tT,< * Sr— ELEGANT STYLES flO: CLOTHS! ARK PREPARE[> TO •how Them to Their Cue toner*. Also, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, la Great Variety, JVIiddle Street. — XJ N I O 1ST Mutual Life Insurance Co. INCORPORATED hy the STATE OE MAINE Charter Perpetual. Organ teed. IMA DIRECTOR'S OFFICE, 6* State Street, ■ • . . Bo«ton, Mata. PTreident—ntMi Y CROtKKR. 1'iee-Pr, eident—DAK IKL set a HP Secretary—W if. HoLllaTKM. j H. G. WILSON. I, moral Manager of Ageneite la the Sere England atatee. Aeeete, llUDerem/er, 1883. $SS»,0»S.dI Loeeee Paid to dolt, $ TOO,OdO.OO DicuUnd Paid ia Lath to date, S3d<t,tt31.00 flTHIfi Company offer, peeullar advantage. to per JL .on. intending to in.ni. their Lre«, ia its surety »ud sMbality, a.qumd in lteioarutn jean’eaitre ence; ia isames, which, (wtihoat it. eapl’ai «( dlO’.OOO.) amount. to orer three-qa.rter.ol , a-liiloa or dull.r., being more than two bend red Ihou.nd dollar, in exec, oi it. auntie, lor the reu.ara.ee of all oat-.tanding ruk.; in tbe feclitie. pr. entid ia it. accommodating nd,a of paymeat. uf piemi a me; ia the large numb. r. direr,it. a .ntdlth u and occupation.. vailca.ggc> and localities nf U„. ia eared, gti lag tlm lxrg.,1 reqaieila mop* for tba opn rxtlon of tbc law. of average mor..lily, and tl a »m plaat guaranty to tba iu.ared for tba benadU there uf; In he division orproltt , tba annual a- portion menl of which haring lor the put f.-uthsa tear* averaged Kortg per Cent, ol tba premia*. laid Policies are icani apoa aU tba pi.' • asaai with 1 ile Inaaranca Coup-nits, mad at a. low imtra aa la consistent with a view to .qolty and toivency. Partic. daririag Agendo- in . own, where the cem oaay bare nnna. and thorn wishing Trarallag A gra de. within tba New Ragland Mai«, will apply ta G. II WILaON. #t Slate Sl-eet, Boston. ,ieiaa -uen re ereace, or infbna<ti.>a u to ago, preaaat and put bosinee., u wi 1 asabla him to K»m Judg ment in regard thereto. JuaelidSia Carriages, Carriages! Firmly Ball! and Neatly Finished. J. F. LIBBEY. No. 20 Preble St., OFFERS for itlf, at hi* mtb'hha«il.i variety of Carriages made ia tbe fceatest at d seat •« b ttantj*] manrer. Tbe iih>itan t «< d j r m» aU !• different «t> lee of Llfbr C»mait» ao*’ il e> a ill be sold on the moat favorable tom*. Tank r« Utesd* iug to purchase Carriages will flr.d it f« r tbeir iaior eat to call and examine bcfbrv bavin* a *enb#r*. JlMtfdtf BRADFORD ft HARBOR. Pension and Claim Agents, (Established la 18S1.V STILL continue to dero!a tbeir special ard exctu •ita attention to the prutcaiioa of Claim, lor Pension., Bo util lea, Arrears of Fay Bad Prise Mosey, And all other claim, against tba Covorearaat, bor ing been duly licensed therefor. Iff' All advice free. Term, et low at at any oth er A terry, and no pay t«quueo until tba slums are obtained. office 88 Exchange .treat, Jose Block. F BRADFORD, l. K DAEMON JnaaSl.—dtf tteorge W. Hanson, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, T4 Middle Street, Portland, Me. A share of patronage reapctfnliy tolieited and ratisf.etlon given. Orders from the country promptly attended to. Address George W. Mnnson, 74 Middle street. Room No. 10, up itnlri, Portland, Me. 1 Jana 14—»18m 1 UP-TOWN SHOE "STORE! SAMUEL BELL. 353 CONGRESS ST., s FT AS conatmntly an band a large and wall aalaal tX adatockor Boots, Shoes, Mil ill aatirin in that lint. for tbe ana nl Lndiea. fuMuleincn and Children to arbleb be In. viteetbe alleutioe ot Iboae about to make pnrahnaoa. aa having on. of the heat In the city. Cantata f Work and Repairing done nth beauea* ana dia • patch. v Portland. Juae ?!.—dtoangl a _ . 3 Coparmmhip Notice. c —inn — '• BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT • rftHE anbacriber* bavin* on the 7th day of May > A formed a copartnership under the name ot y McCarthy & Berry, For the purpose of earrying on tbe • BOOT AHD SHOE BU8IBE8S In nil its branches, and bavin* all tbs fhetlltk* for geting up nrst class work for gentlemon and 1*4 m. we ar, are now r*ad> to extents all orders with usst ne*» tad ai-pntch Our work will bn mads of tno test o: imported »tock, be the Lest of workmen, sad war rained to give per set lanatacth n. It to onr aim • that our worii shall not he second to any In the Unit ed State*. Wo hare also completed a stock of randy-ms do ’* work of tbe Ur at quality, lot Ladles, Gent 1*men, and Children** We* t Selected trom New York and Boston markets Our Ladies' work to from the celebrated Burts Manufactor# of New York. For Gout’emeu * wear we hare the bt at assortment ever offer* d for sale iu this cty ; such as tire French Patcut Leather Boots; Glove Call and Call Con gress tor gentlemen’s wear; r»t. ut Leather Cou t- grass, and ( alt ( ungrate Balmoral, and tew French Buck e Boots. II ire ' ou seen tbe new atyle CRlMFED-FlU’li l BU KLE FOOT, now made by McCar by 1 Fer ry ? For uea’ne**. comfort and U*au*>. It surpessee anything ever got up is <hie city Call aiul e*-e It: namploe alwa> a on U*ud at the old stand JM Me <1 Carthy McCarthy a behry. No. M Eickusr Street. •* Janeldtt__ *• Non rat. A FEW uir. Boarder* enn ha MeoaamodVad at 71 Daoforih *tr*a«. t*o aoorv »b»>* BratkaM, Apply *oo» )»‘l«

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