Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, August 2, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated August 2, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2, 1864 WHOLE NO (He; S3 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN. Editor. published at No. SS* EXCHANGE N . A. FOSTER A CO. Tub Poxtlakd Daily Paassls publl6bodat*8.0( per year. tingle espies three oents. Tu a U a i si Stati Paxes is published every Than day morning,at #2.0* per annum, In advance; #2.21 If paid within six months; and #3.60, if payment b< delayed beyond the year. Kates of Advertleinsi One Inch ol space in length of ooluinn, conititutei a ‘'suBAaK.” #1.60 per square daily first week; 76 oents per weel alter; three insertions or less, #1.00; oontinumg ove ry other day after first week, 60 cent*. Half square, three insertions or loss 76 oents i on< week, #100; 60 oents per week after. Under head of Amusxhxnt*, #2.00 per square pei Week ; three insertions or less, #1,60. Spxcial Noticks, #1.76 per square first week *1,00 per square after; three insertion, or less, #1.25; halt a square, three Insertions, #1.00; one week Si. 26. Advertisements inserted in the Maims Stati Pemba (which has a targe circulation in every part o! the State) for 50 oents per aqEarein addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Leoal Notiobb at usual rates. Transient adv.rtleaments must bo paid for in ad vance Bubibbbs Notiobb, in reading columns, 12 oents per Line for one insertion. No onarge lees than fifty cents for each insertion. or-i IIcommunications intended for the paper should be directed to the “Rilitur qfthe Pregg, and ifeoee of a bnaines.- character to the Publigherg. tiWTJob Pbivtivo of every description executed »ttis dispatch. F. Tracy. Traveling Agent. Tuesday Morning, August 2, 1864. Substitutes for Ootton and Flax—Are there any? A few years ago quite a stir was made (Iu the papers, at least) about a discovery made by a lady, by which a substitute was found for flax, iu a native plant, tbe use of which was to be of great service to the community. We have never heard what it was, probably in consequence of its not proving wbat was anticipated of it, or lor want of skill and faith iu briuging it into practical use. At the present price of cotton cloth and of lioeu, it would seem that, if there be any na tive plaut among us that would yieid a fibre which might be wrought into cloth, it should be put into use, or if uoue are kuowu, research should be made for the purpose of discover ing something of the kind. It occurs to us that there are two plants, indigenous of Uaine, that might possibly be brought into use, by obtaming from them a fl hrs* ullitnltL fivr motm ntof.,1 X~k.. „ of them is the common milk weed (Atclcpias syriaca of some botanists.) This has a pod with a cotton-like fibre attached to the seed. We do not mean to recommend this part of it, because it is not sufficiently strong lor manu facturing purposes; but relerlo the iuner hark of the stalk, which resembles flax aud hemp in mauy particulars. It is fibrous aud strong, and that is about all we can now say of it, as we have uever made auy very extcuded ex periments with it in order to ascertain all of Us characteristic properties. We suggest it now with a hope that some one who has time, opportunity aud skill, may do it, aud ascertain what its properties are.— II they are such as will make tiie bark valua ble for textile fabrics or for any other of the arts and manufactures, there will be a gain of somuch new material. If'it prove otherwise, then there will be some knowledge gained worth knowing, though it may be of a nega tive kind. Another plant which we would recommend to be also experimented on in the same way and for the same purpose, is the common net tle (I'rtica dioca. This plant has a bark which has quite a strong fibre, but how strong it may be, or how useful it is capable of being made, we cannot tell, tor reasons given above. Now these two plants are common weeds. They are indigenous to our soil. They will grow abundantly where neglected. Of course it fouud uselui, they could be made to grow much more abuudautly with a little cultiva tion aud care. We mention these two, and suggest experi ments with them, because they frst occur to our inind. Others may possibly think of some oilier pl^nt which may prove still better for the purposes named. We do not expect to find anything better than flax or hemp, but for some reason or other, our fanners in Maine do not incline to go into the cultiva tion of either at present. Their fathers used to do it, aud their mothers used to spiu aud weave the product by hand. Theirs was the slow and honest age. This is the fast aud— we will not say dishouest age—hut verily we think the honest part is not any faster in any sense of the word than that iu which their fathers lived. However, be that as it may, with all their slowness of tnauual prepara tion. they obtained liuen cheaper and that which was more durable thau we can obtain at the present date, aud if auy substitute can be found which will make the raw material cheaper and more abundant, a good thing will be accomplished. (Parmer. An Extraordinary Story. A correspondent ol the St. Johu, N. B. Tel egraph writes to that paper from Bathurst, N. B. tuat Mr. James Mulock, a farmer, had been confined to his beu for three aud a half years, and was so emaciated as to be reduced to a weight ol seventy-three lbs. His disease baf fled the skill of the doctors. A short time ago an old gipse) woman came aioug and ottered to cure mm for $100, the money to be placed iu the bauds ol Mr. Perguson, who was to he the judge of the cure. Mulock placed himself in her bauds, was taken to the camp, lied up, aud allowed nothing but salt lood to tat, aud gradually his allowance of water was stopped, iiis sufferings Irooi thirst were so intolerable » that he begged hit brother, who was with him. to shoot him or drown him. Pinally, he became quite out of his mind, aud got into a higu lever. Then he was dragged to a spring uearby,aud the remainder is thus told: —She laid his head with his lips almost touch ing the water; she took up a birch paunikin, aud commenced lilting up water aud letting it tall just before his lips. He was all this lime as quiet as if he were dead; sometimes only he gave a slight shiver, his mouth wide opeu, aud his eyelids opened aud shut, the while of the eye only was seen. Auer about ten minutes she said to me—“Now who’s right, hut keep quiet.” I leaned over and saw a large green lizard peeping out of his mouth; it did uot Beein as if it warned to come out, I...* l>... If __i.r. _ --— Tf 111 VUUIC UUi again” says tbe gipsy. While she was speak . iug two lizards glided out of his mouth into the water; the gipsey quietly killed oue with a small stick aud I killed another. We wait ed again for live minutes when three came out,,but not together; these we killed, al though one almost escaped from the water to his mouth ere it was completely despatch ed. We tiien waited nearly au hour longer, hut no more made their appearance. The gipsey then said—” f here's no more, ’’and pro ceeded to pour water on Jim’s forehead, She did so for twenty minutest-; she then gave him about a spoonful of water to drink ; it actual ly hissed in bis mouth. She kept him con lined that day and halflhe next, before she let him free, gradually increasing his allow ance of water. The mau soon reeovered his health, aud at the end of niue weeks his weight was ltfc) pounds. Tbe lizards are of a bottle green colour, about five inches long, red eyes and forked tongue; have only two leet, and a body wedge shape sloping towards tbe tail. Two liaye been sent to Prof. Agassiz; two to Prof. Jack, and one in the possession of Mr. » Ferguson, will lie sent to the Natural Ili-tiry •Society. ,Prof. Jack, in acknowledging the receipt of the specimens, says he has seen but one like them, in the University of Mun mcli, which he calls the lacerta lomo. Dr. Jack concludes that as they differ from every kiiowu species of lizards, they must Imve b-en taken into the stomach iu an cmbryotic state, aud from local causes were devoloped into their present state. ltLHKf. Destitution. The Washington Chronicle contains an extract lroui a letter received by a lady of that city from her son, who has for several years been a resident of Charleston, and is a secessionist. Before the rebellion, he was in easy circumstances. The writer says:— “It is trying indeed to me to feed and clothe my family of eight. I shall be thanklu! if I live through this unnatural and horrid busi ness, and able to save my little ones from absolute want and starvation. We live prin cipally ou corn bread and rice, with not a piece of fresh beef more than once in three weeks, aud no tea, coffee or sugar. Twenty five dollars of Confederate money is really worth about one dollar -of former times. There are, however, innumerable persons in the South far worse off than we." How TO MAKE Ice Ckkam—Ice cream i usually considered a luxury not to be iudulg ed in by farmers’families. It is set down a a city dish, though most of the articles usei in its preparation are obtained from the coun j try. It is not generally known that the bes Ice cream can be made without a cosily free* er, in any family where ice and milk are a hand, 'i'o make it. proceed thus: Take twe qnarts of fresh milk—if a little cream be add ed all the better, though ice cream as ordina rily made is innocent ol cream. Scald tb< milk, stirring in three tablespoonfuls of con starch or arrow root to give it body. Thesi may be omitted, if not at hand. Stir wel to keep from burning. Beat up four to eigh eggs, according to convenience, or as a riel dish is wanted, and pour the scalding milk oi the eggs, stirring well. When cold add sugai and essence of lemon, or extract of vanilla, t< suit the taste. A very little salt also improve: it. Pour the cooled contents into a deep tit pail or can holding say three quarts ; put oi the cover, and set iu an ordinary wooden wa ter pail. Pound up ice to the size of smal hens' eggs and less—some of course will lx quite One—pack it in around the tin can, mix iug in about one pint of either medium oi flue salt. Pack this till it reaches nearly U the top of the can containing the mixture tr be frozen, but be careful none enters it. Xow more the tin can or pail arouud by means o its ball, lifting the cover occasionally toscrap< oil'the frozen cream on the inside, so that other |>ortions may coine in contact with the freezing surface. Prom fifteen to twenty min utes will be sufllcient, and the dish may eithei be served up at once or set away, without re moving from the wooden pail, in a cool place for several hours, covering with flannel cloth Try it, and see if you neen hereafter foregc the ice cream because no freezer is at hand. _ rr ce _ 18 open Day and Evening, tor a Thorough Business Education. Located 1860. Hanlon Block, middle kl.. No. 161. Scholarship* good in any part of the United States .He Principal has had 20 years experience; is always on the spot, and attends to his business; and prom ise-, as during the past 12 years, no pains shall be spared ia the future. Five hundred references of the first class business men, with manv others of this city, will testify to the practical utility, capacious* ne.-« and completeness of my systems and manner of teaching, and citizens of other cities have testified to the same. Diplomas will be awarded lor thor ough courses. Able Assistants secured. Bartlett’s Plan, the founder of Commercial Colleges, strictly adhered to as regards not copying. Certain timer will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidations.— Come all who have failed to be taught a business hand-writing and I will guarantee to you success. Application solicited for Accountants. Separate in struction given. Studcut* can enter any time. Sep arate rooms for Ladies. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate accounts adjusted. Ladies aud Gentlemen that desire to take lessons, or a frill, or a separate course, in either Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial I-*«\ Phonography, Higher Mathematics, Civil En gineering, Surveying, Native Business Writing, Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence, Card Marking, (and teaching from printed copies and Text Book* will be avoided please call, or addreaa the Principal. R. N.BROWN. Portland.Oct.2.1863. oc2» eodAeowly STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. The openiug term of the State Normal School, at Farmington, will commence on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 94th. Every arrangement will be made, as the law re quire*, to accommodate two hundred v< ung ladies and g.utletnen with board, at r cable ales, aud to furnish the instruction fp. • i |<d in a school for the training of teactu. 'our teachers, b» sides lecturers and sptcial instruct w. 1 be em ployed at tue out«et, aud the nuinl vri be in creased if tftc necessities cf the school all r miro it. Caudioates for attendance must be »; ’. on years old, if females and seveute- n years, i .ales; and must declare their intention to become teachers ia the public schools of the .state. No pledge will be reqni ed from pupils to remain connected with the school fur any defiui e leng'h of time. Applicants w ill be reouirt'd to show a reasonable familiarity with the principles of Reading and spel ling. Arithmetic. English Grammar aud ifivtory of the United Status: and to present testimonials of good charuct r and pro«pective aptitude for the work of teaching Persons attending the Normal School will be per mitted to pass both ways over the Audroscoggin Railroad for one fare. No churgtfhr tuition. Mutrancffoe #1.00. More particular information will be furnished on application to Professor A. P. Kanning ton E D W A R D P. W ESTON Gorham, June 20, 1864. jy2tdUw&w3w Seizure of* (iood«. COLLK'TOa'S Owitt, ) District of Portland and Falmouth,J Portland, July 26. 1*64. ) VOTICK is hereby given that the following de il scribed Goods were seized at this port, on the days iiereinalUr mentioned, for a violation of the Revenue Laws, viz:—April 18, 1864. on Brown's wharf, one bbl sugarand one bbl nioljsse*: April lit, 186*. oo board bark Mary t\ Fox, on th:sugar; Mav 2l.lH64.ou Wiigert swharf, one bbl sugar; MaV 28, 1864. on Railroad wharf, one trunk containing seven bottles of brandy,me bottle wine, one pack age thimble*, one pk-ce of cotton, two packages con taining silk and linings; June 18, 186ft, on board Br bark rrincess, 1760cigars. Any person or persons, desiring the same, are re quested to appear and make such claim, within nin ty days from the day of the date hereof: other wise the said Goods will be disposed of in accord ance with the act ofCoTgre s approved April 2 1844. ISRAEL WASHBURN.^*.. j}26 dlawdw Collector. American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YORK. Oupiiul £200.000, Inaure Itulldiuca. Merebnndlar. Iluuar hald Furniture. Krnta. Ln-uar>. Vra aela uu thr Slorlt., nnd other Fcr atul Frojrrtj m tor Ua cat rrtca. SAMUEL BROWN, President. WILLIAM RAYNOR, Secrotar. EDWARD SHAW Agent, 103 Middle StoMt. oct27 lyeod Payment of Androscoggin Coupons. rrtllE undersigned will pay Coupon, of the An X drorcoggin K it. Bonds, secured by the second mortgage ui aaid Itailroad. with interest to thia date, to the amount of »7,o39,46. paying Buch cou pot-B as ahall first be presented at his office 81 Ex change St . 1'ortlaud, amount thr-»e that tell due pri or to the yeur 18til. J A ti t./. C WOODMAN, Treasurer of Trus eea ol the TUiid Mortgage ..... ol A K K Co. 1’ortlaud, June 31.1804. JyiedfcwSw w i'mc« r* 11 Vlltli United States of America, I District ok Maine,ss. j FUK8UAKT to monition* from the Hon. A*hur Ware, Judge of the United State* District Court, within and lor the District ol Maine. 1 hereby give public n tice that the following Libel*and luioi ma tron* have been tiled in said Court, viz:— A Libel against tbe rcrooner Cottage, her tackle, up part l and Furniture, Six lto.\ hr ionic* co; Fifteen Cherts Tea ; Four Boats Pimento; Four Boxes Cassia ; Two Boxer o» i a* am Iau tar; One Box Linger; Forty Thousand Shin gles; I wenty Bundles Old junk; Ike u«gs Old Bags; seized by the Collector ol the District of Belfast, on the fourth day of June last, at Cam den in said District. Au inf rmatiou against Three Chests of Tba; I Four lbs. Nutmegs; Forty Yards Sheeting; t)MK iioRRK ; ONE WAGGON; Oft L HARNESS; ONE Waggon Blanket; One Whip; seized by the Col lector of the District of Machias, on tbe eighth day oi July instant, at Marshfield in said District. An i»fonna'ivn against Four Cherts J ka ; Two begs Iobacco: Seven Bags Sugar; One Bag J Nutmegs;Ihkek Horses; Onedouble Harness, one (single Harnksr; One double Wagon; One btNGLK Wagon-, Two Buffalo Uobes; seized by the Collector of the District of Machine on the ninth day of July instant, at Last Machine in said District. An Information against Light Hundred thirty nine pounds OK Lead; Four hundred weight THREE QUARTER** AND Kightklm POUNDS OK 11 OOP Ikon; t outy two Tons Bar Iron ; One hundred AND TWO THOUSAND, SEVEN HUNDRED K1KTY poi NLR Chain Cablib; Thirty eight Ti ns a> d Six FUHt Bin weigiitOldScrap Iron ; 1 lnthou SAND EIGHT HUNDRKD AND KIKTEKN POLs DR 1(AGR : Four HUNDRED THIRTY NINE POUNDS OLD BoP* ; seized by the Collector of the District of Portland and Falmouth, on the eleventh day of July instant ut Portland in *aid District. A Libel against ONE Boat, Twelve Tons burlh en, her tackle, apparel and furniture, and Tw< hundred bushels Salt, seized by the Collector ol the District of Machias, on die ninth day of July in staut. at Boi*bub<;rt Island in said District A Libel against Thule Barrels or MOlASRBfl and Tag Th >u*and Cigars, seized by the Collec tor of the Dist riel ol Portland and Falmouth, on the first day of June Inst past, at Portland in sai<i District. Au Information against One hundred seventy twe gallons of Liu. with Forty nine Demijohns in whicl they are contained; Four doz« n bottJt * of Wine Seven barrels and two kegs of Sugar; One barrel o; Molasses; One hundred fif y pound.** of Dry Fish I L'eveu Keg* of Olives,striata by the Collector of tht District ot Bangor, on the eleventh day of July in * Bt m-*’ ** Frankfort in said District, j IT W hich seizures were for breaches of the laws of the United Stau-s, as is more particularly set forth iz said Libels and Informations; that a tearing ant trial will be had thereon at Bangor, lu said District on the ninth day qf August next, where any per sous interested may appear and show cause, if au\ °*a . .I*0ffn, wherefore the same should not be de Cr2f*2rf?SiBnl disposed of according to law. Datod at Portland this twenty-sixth dav ofJulj A. D. 1864. F A.QUINBT, . .... U. S. Deputy Marshal, E*dtt* Ul,» ofM»ln., MISCELLANEOUS. | THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OEFICE, I N. A. FOSTER k U0„ Proprietors, Fox Block, 82 1-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND. ME. Attention in reepev fully invited to our unrivalled facilities for executing in THE llE.ST STYLE OF THE AHT, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Our Establishment is furnished with all the ap proved MODERN MACHINERY, And our collection of Book and Fancy Types JVill bear favorable comparison with any establish ment in the city. _ Business and Professional Cards, |Of every variety, style and coet, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Bill-Heada Ruled und Cut ia the Neat est Manner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS/ Of every description executed iu the beat style. Railroad, and other Corporation Work, done with promptness and fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIES. BILLS or LADINII, TINE TABLES, and all aorta of 1.RUAL DOCUMENTS, at short not ire. SeraoBi, Reports, 10J all kiitli of Patephlrts, Fut up in superior atyle. Bronzed sand Colored Labels, For Apothecaries, Merchants, and Fancy Dealers, got up in the best style of the art. WeddincF Garris, Notes qf Invitation, l imiting Cards, Lists qf Dan ces, etc., etc., of every variety and cost, furuiithed at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hnud-bilK, Mu,;,-hiiK, Proifain me«, Circulars, And plain printing of every description. Also, Rule and Figure %cork, executed neatly, aud on terms that cannot fail to satisfy. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office has one of Soper* Improved Caloric j Engine* for motive power, and is furnished with improved aud costly Presses—Cylinderand Platen— from the most celebrated makers. We have in con stant use one of HOE'S LARUE CYLINDER PRESSES, capable of throwing off 2500 Sheets an hour ; one of Adam's Power Presses—the best book proas in ttie* world ; Adam’s and Potter’s Past Machine Job Presses-, Ruggles’superior Card Pres; Adams' and Union large Hand Presses, StaudmJtf Presses, aud all the machinery uecessary for a well appointed office. The Daily l’res-* Job Office is believed to be ss well furnished os auy similar establishment in the State. Those sending order from the country may rely on receiving prompt attention. We execute all orders in the shortest possible time and in the neatest and best manner. We will do all kinds of printing as well and as promptly, aud as cheap as auy other establishment in the City, Couuty or State. All orders for Job Printing must be directed to the Daily Press Job Ofice, No. Exchange street, Portland, Me. The Job office is under the personal supervision i of the senior proprietor, who is the CITY PRINT ER, and is himself au experienced practical work man, and employs only well-skilled mechanics in this department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, Tlie largest daily paper east of Boston, aud baring a larger circulation than all tlie other dailies in the city combined, Is published at the Office iu Fox Bloch, X? 1-V Ejrdtn 11 ,/>■ stm t, every tuorniug— Sunday excepted, at 18,00 Per Anuutn, From w hich 191-2 per rrHt. <* discaun ted for ADVANCE payments. Semiannual and quarterly subscription* pro ret*. Leas than three months, sixty cents per mouth, or 16 cents a wee*. Sinolx Cor ies 8 Cents. 53?“ Newsdealers supplied at the rate of two aud oue*third dollars per hundred. ' THE MAINE STATE PRESS, The largest piper in New England, eight pages, is published every Wednesday, containing all the news by mail a d telegraph, important reading matter Marine List, Meket Reports, Ac , of the Daily 1'.ess,at the following prices, viz:— Slagle copy, our year, Invariably la advance.£2.00 For six monlb*. 1.00 To dabs of four or uiore all to the same post office, each. 1,7 5 To clubs of lea or wore, all to the same post office, each. *1.50 And a free copy to the getter up of the club. Subscriptions solicited. Agents wanted in every town. Postmasters requested to act a* agents. N. A. FOSTER & Co., Proprietors. Portland June 1, 1864. dtf fitJlOEOK Gk.NBHAL'S OrriCK, I Washing!- n City, June24,1SG4. j WANTED—Burger ns and At tint ant burgeons for tk' Colond Troopt— l audidatr* must be Graduate* oi *ome Regular Medical College, and must be examined by a Hoard of Medical Officers to be convened by the Surgeon General. T he Board will determine whether the candidate will be ap pointed Surgeon or Assistant Surgeon, according to merit Applications accompanied by one or more test menial* from respectalde persons, as to moral character. Ac., should to addressed to the Surgeon Geueral. l>. S. A , Washington. D. C , or to the As sistant surgeon General. L. 8. A., Louisville. Ky. Boards are now iu session at Boston, New Vo a, Washington, Cincinnati. St. Lcuir, and New Or leans. Also wanted. Hospital Steward* for Colored Reg iments. Candidates must possess a (air English Ed ucation, aud be tainiliar with the comi oumHng aud dispensing of Medicine s. Application* must be made as in the esse of Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons < ompeusation from #28 00 to *33 (>o per mouth, with clothing, rations, fuel aud <iuarter*. JOS K. BARNES. jul> l-2aw3m Acting Surgeon General. Copartnership Notice. THE undersigned have forced a copartnership under the sty e of G. L Storer A Co., and tak en the store auds<oL'k of Storer, Cutler A Co., w here they will constantly keep a large stock of goods for a genera) jobbing business. GEO. L STORER, FRED STORER. C1IAS II. MKSEKVE. H. F. LOCKE Portland, July IS, 1834. JylSdSw MISCELLANEOUS. 126 Exchange Street. 12( Hugh. At. [Pliinney, WOULD inform his frinds and former customer that lie has takeu the Store No. 126 Exchang Street, where he intends to carry on the Stove uiid Furnace Business, In all its branches. STOVES, of all kinds, of th newest aud most approved patterns. Furnaces and Ranges Tin and Hollow Ware. jy Second hand Stoves bought, or taken in ex change for new. Stoves, Kakoxr. Furnaces, and Tm Wari repaired at short notice, iu a faithful manner. Grateful for former patronage, he hopes by strlc attention to business, and fair dealing, to receive i generous share of public favor. ma>28dtf ALDRICH’S PATENT Water Elevator! A PATEN f combining more good and less bat qualities than any oti er fixture in use for housi wells. Don’t tali to fee it before >ou tuy any pum| or drawer now in use. It works so easily that i child tight years’old can draw with it. It is lov priced; it leaves nothing iu the water to injure it it does not freeze; it is simple; It is not likely t* get out of order. The bucke has no valve an< empties itself. You have your well all open or cov i ered at pleasure, and is just such a simple fixture a every mau needs who values pure water for f*niil} use. fcy Drawers and Town and County Rights fo »ale by BOYNTON & HIGGINS, 13 aud 15 Warren Market, Portland. S. BLOOD. Successor to George Anderson, No. 317 Congres* Street* Portland* * Sign of Anderson’s Hoop Skirt Depot, KEEPS constantly on band a complete assort me lit of HOOP SKIRTS, of every size and length, made of the best materiali and w arranted to give perfect satisfaction. Also or baud a full assortment ul Corsets and Skirt Supporters* of the most popular mak- §, both toreigu and domes • w,,h other article* projierly belonging to a Hoot Skirt store. Hoop Skirts made to order, aud re pairing done at short notice. Parti** dealing with this establishment may rely tip°n gettiug goods of the very best quality and at i prices as low as a really good article can be afforded Portland, July 6, 1864. d6w GRANT S COFFER & 8PICE HILL8. OKI OIK A I. KSTABLISJiMMST. J. GRANT, Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of ! COFFEE, SPICES, Salcrratus Ml Crvani Tartar, New Coffee and Spice Mills, 13 and 16 Union street, Portland, Me. Coffee and Spices put up #'or the trade, with any address, in all variety ol packages, and warranted as represented. Coffee roasted and ground for the trade at snort notice. 83P~ All gc ode entrusted a: the owner’s risk. _ march lOdtf New Nteaiu Mill, Foot ol Cron, between F ore k Commercial 8t». WINSLOW, "TOTEM & CO., WOULD inform their former customers and the public general.v. that they bare fitted up their New Mill with New Machinery, and are now ready to do Planing. Matching and Jointing, also Sweep and Circular Sawing, tr od Turning, We have in operation one of Messrs. Gray k Wood’s new improved Plan• rs, for PLANING OUT OF WIND. It will plans with the greatest accuracy from I inch in thickness to 12 inches square. Also AX EDGER FIFTY FEET LONG, For sawiug heavy plank and edging boards. Particular attention given to planing Ship Knees, Clapboard*, and heavy l imber. For the accommodation ot dealers and others hav ing large lot of boards to plane, we have in connec tion with the mill 17,000 square feet of yard room. jylOeodtf WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS MANUFACTURER’S BLOCK. UNION STREET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, UAKUPAOTL'RKJI OP Steam Engines, Steam Boilers. Shafting Pulleys Gearing, and all kiods of Machinery. Also Low and High Pressure Steam lleatiug Ap paratus for Factories, Public Buildings and Dwelling Houses. In this De par. raent ttie establishment ha* been uncommonly successful. Steam Cocks, Valves Whistles, and steam, Water and Ga* Pipe and couueclion* furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and faithfully Done. In conn ction with the above establishment is an Iron Foundry, with a large assortment ol patterns, and a Planing Mill, where wood planing of all kinds may be done. may2dtf Itrmoval. HAVING removed from my old stand to the .store No. 91, Commercial street, and associated myself in business with Mr. Henry Fling, 1 would take this opportunity to thank my customers for past favors, and would respectfully solicit their future patrouago ol the tirm of Fling k Whitteinore STEPHEN Will 1TEMORE. Portland, July $tb, 18tfl, julyl2d4w Copartnership Notice. TI1UE undeisigned have this day formed a Copart JL uership under the name ami s yle of Fliug k Whlttwnore. and have lak*n the store formerly oc capi-d by Henry Fdng, No. 91. Commercial street, where they intend doing a Commission and Whole sale business, in Teas, Tobacco. MV 1 Goods, Gro ceries aud Provision*. HENRY FLING STEPHEN WH1 TTEMORE. Portland July 8.1M4. dtf John KiiiNiuan, GAS FITTER, —ASU— Dealer in (Fan Fixtures, And (iasA- kerosene Couking Apparutn*. The public aie invited to examiue and test these new inventions, which are highly recommended for summer use NO. 65 UNION STREET. Portland, June 14.—cod3m PROVOST MARSHAL’S OFFICE, ) First District State of Maine, { Fomtano, July 13,1S04. ) N OTICE!* hereby given that any person fur olid may appear before the Board of Enrolment and claim to have his name stricken off the list, if he cau show to \he satisfaction of the Board that he is not properly euroled on acceuut ot 1st—Alienage. 2d—Non-Residence, a.l—4 lv#>r a 4th— Permanent Physical Disability.of such degree as to render the person not a proper subject for en rolment uuder the laws and regulations. 1 bat the examination referred to above may not interfere with the daily routine of office business, the hours for » xaminatiou will be from 10 A. M. to 12 M. and from 2 to 4 P. M. CHARLES H DOUGHTY. Capt and Provost Marshal. CITY OF PORI LAND, \ Mayor's office, } July 18, 1864.) The special atteution of our citizens is called to the above notice of the Provost Marshal. It should be the duty of all those who are exempt from draft from either of the causes mentioned, to apply in per son and have th ir names taken from the list, in or der that w hen the ijuotas for the draft are appor tioned, the number to be drawn will be based upon those who only are liable to enrolment. july»4d3tawlin JACOB MeL ELL AN, Mayor. FIRE! FIRE!! FIREM! JOHNSON’S Portable Force Pump! 1^V>U extinguishing tires, wetting roofs, etc. near lires, washing windows, carriages, decks of ves sels. bathiug horses, wetting sails pumping water from boats.watering streets aud gaideas,*prinkliug liquids for destroying (aterpillais aud other insects on trees, plants and shrubbery, Ac. This Pump has proved itself to be one of th* most valuable inventions for domestic use, and those who have them wou d not part with them at auy price, prov ided no more were to be obtained It is portable and o rripact and w ill throw six gal lons of water per minute, from So to 40 feet, it can be easily worked by a lad of twelve years. It is simple in construction, not liable to get out of order, snd every maebiue is warranted. The price is so low that one should be iu 4very family, school louse, factory building, paw mi;l "tannery, A-v Each pump is piovided with a extra Nozzle, for sprinkling. Call aud examine testimonials rrom the Presidents of the principal Fire Insurance Conii units of Massa chusetts, the Chit f Engineers of the Boston and oth er tire departments, and other-*, and purchase one of these Pumps. J. L. WIN BLOW A CO.* Winslow’s Machine Work*, Wholesale and Retail Agents, Brown’s Block, Uuiou street Portland, Me. i>19dtf _ Dissolution. fllHE copartnership heretofore existing between X Sweat aud cleaves as Attorneys at Law, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The atTairs ol the late firm will he adjusted by either party. Sweat will contiuue in business at otlice No. lli Middle street, MusmVs Row. i Cleaves at the otlice of How aid & Cleaves, No. ; »1 Middle street, over Casco Bank L. D M. SWEAT. „ NATHAN CLEAVES. 1 I ortland, July 16tb, 18C4. JyltklUm BUSINESS CAKDS. I PAPER BOX MANUFACTORY. J. P. Libby, MANUFACTURER OF ! Paper Boxes, cn every description, such as Shoe Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Druggist Boxes, , Collar Boxes, Shelf Boxes, ConeiiologicalBoxes, FowderBoxe*. Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, &c. 144 Middle BLy (UpStairs) Portland, Me* JuneldSm Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, Luther Dan., , Portland, Woodbury Dana, [ __ John A. S. Dana ) MuiDf. _ Juneldtf J. smitn tto Oo., MAN UEACTU KKKB OF : Leather Belting, Card Clothing. Loom Strips, Belt Leather Barks aid Sides, LEATHER TR/MMIXGi, fc., Hanson's Block, 144 Middle Bt„ Portland, Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory, Lewiston. H M. Brewer, {juld3in, D. F. Noyes JOIIl T. KOUERN A CO.7 Commission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. 01 Commercial Street, Jk«.B.iS555. } PORTLAND, MIC. _ Janeld6m ^Wholesale and i-fcetail. Ia. DAVIS, BookseUev, Stationer, AND MAKUPACTUaEll Of Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER HANGINGS. No. 53 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. juneldtl CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, Fresco and Banner Painter, No. 1*4*4 Middle Street, PORTLAND, MR. tF" Work executed in every part of the State. J RUFU8 DUNHAM, Manufacturer and WLoleaale Dealer ia BRITANNIA —A HD— Plated Ware, No. 218 Fore afreet, Portland Maine. Portland, May 17th, 1864. maylTdtf M. G. WEBB fc CO., Wholesale Dealers in Flour, NO. 81 COMMERCIAL STREET, ap!4_PORTLAND. MB. dtf B URGES 8, FO B E 8, A C0~ a as l' r acut it Kite or Japan, White l.rad, Zinc, Paints, Anil Ground Oolore, AID DIlULIRH I■ Drugs Medicines, Pa nts, Oils A Varaishes. Paint and Color Factory, No. 21» Munjoy St., Olfirr 4. Sult trooiiis, SI) Conum'rrial S|.f (Tronao Block.) llENRV !1 lU'RMKHH. a»D|, ... ... tUARLK* ». KiiBRH. PJKUUP, IK. _ mayl8dtf BLAKE, JOAES Ac CO., FL0UR&GRAIN DEALERS,! And Re vers of Weattrii and C adinu Produce, 137 Commercial Street, - - - Granite Mock. Charles BUke, \ llenrj A. June., PORTLAND. K. W. Oage. ) _ _ Juneldtf JOHN LYNCH & CO., ; W Uo\esa\e Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Granite Stores, - - - Commerci al street, (Opposite head Widgery Wharf,) John Lynch, ) lV)«-g Barker,} PORTLAND, ME. __lho*. Lynch ) juneldtf HOLE A MOOU1, OF NEPAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And \Y holesale Dialers in FLOUR, CORN AND PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt Block, Coznmerc:al St, Andrew T. Dole, I . Kraukiin C. Moody, J PORTLAND, ME. __ _ junelddm LAA’E A LITTLE, Who'eeale Dealer* in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AMD W oolons, No. 1-412 Middle Htreert. A. Utile. } PORTLAND. ME. ___ JnneTdtf E. K. LEMONT, Carriage Manufacturer, Preble Stieet, - - Portland, Me. &¥~Carnages and Sleighs on hand and made to °rdtr. JiaelMtf V. i*. KI11B4LL, MIAMI'KACTURKR OF Carriages and Sleighs, PreVxl** street, (Near l*reble House,) PORTLAND, ME. Sale Rooms, 110 and 11? Stulbury St., Boston, Mass. juneltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Flouv, Gn\‘iu 4c Produce Commission Merchants, auJ Miller*’ ipnts. Office and Warehouse Xo. 6 Galt Block, Commer cial Street. We offer for sale to the trade, many choice and well-known Brands of Floor, from St. Louis. Illinois, Wisconsin, Ae., which we are constautl receiving. N , C. A Co . are also Agent* fur Pittman A Co. s, and other brands of manufactured Tobacco. ID^Cash advances made on all consignments. Portland,. J uue 1, 1364. jnldtf emaDR. W. R. JOHNSON, DENTIST, Inserts Artificial Teeth on Gold. Silver and Vulcan- j itc Rubber, and warrant* them in all case* to be a perfect tit. Dr. J. also gives special attention to Filling Teeth. Office 229} Congress street, t wo door* we*t from the Court Horn Portland. Juue 1, 1864.—eod2m 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 bo free after the ' payment ot six, eight or ten Premium* at the option of the insured aud at rate* as low a* any other Company. The issue oi Free Policies renders it at t* 'least equal if not superior to the participation ipanies. Office No. 102 Middle 8t. CHARLES HOLDEN, Pres. EDW ARD SUAW.beo. ‘ Feb 16 dfcw tf. ‘ BUSINESS CARDS. BRADLEY, MOCLTON 4. ROGERS Wholesale Dealers id Flour, Grain and Provisions 88 Commercial atreet. Themes Block, ROBERT BRALET, ) a. M. moultom, PORTLAND, UK A. O. EOUEK8 ) __ majCdtf w. W. CAKll & CO., ^•vlng taken the k ruit Btcra formerly occupied b o. SAWYER. No. 3 Cichauge Street, An prepared to offer to the trade a large and weL eeloctud uioek of Foreign and Domestic Fruit 1 Wholesale and Retail Oruugea Spruce Gant, Leiesgei Lemons, L'assr; Seed, Lundies, Limes, Lemon Syrup, Honey, e.-unoB, Cocoa Mots. ripe. Citron, \ uis, nil Muds, Dates, Otlres, Raisins, Tobacco, Sardines, Cigars. Taney Caudles of all descrlpllaa. oe u dtf IRA~ WINN.Agimt, No. 11 Union St., is prepared to furnish STEAM ENGINES and B0ILER8, of various Usreaacd pattern*, 8$f»a Pipe ut Kiura, lillGwii^ StwfiiBg, LiaaT llcuBs Woaz of all di-soriptiuns, and ail kinda of work required in building Foitihcatiox*. Iron Stain a ml other Arthitectaml Work. Hoaaea, Stores, and other buildings, fitted with tias and Steam in the best manner, la connection with the above is sn Iron Foundry a large assortment or fatter us, to which the attention of Machinists, Millwrigbu.aiid Ship.Build era is in me, I-and all kinds ot Castings furnished at short notice. «ar"Ordersfor Machine Jobbing, Patterns anc Forgings, promptly executed. ocldtf 8 I N « E K >8 SEWING MACHINES! WOODMAN, TRIE * CO., AGENTS, Not. *4 and Middle Btraat. Weed)e,and TriauaJags always oa kali A CARD. dr. s. c. fernald, DENTIST, No. 170 Middl Street. RSFMinoss.Dra. Banov end Banaz.iv, Portland, May It, UW. u Dr. I. H. HEALD HA VING di.po.ed of hi* eutiro Interc-t In hia Office to Hr. 8.C t KHN ALD, would cb**crniliv recoomuiend hira to his former patient* and the nub **?•, ?r lon* •Bporloaon, i» prepar ad to icort Artidoial Tooth on the" Vuloamte ltaao.” and all other method, known to the profoMioa Portland. May M. leAS ' t, WOOD AND FOAL CHEAP Foil CASH ! SPRING MOUHTAInTTeUIGU. HK3ILTON sugar loaf, old company lehigh. uy i.usi mountain Johns, diamond, WEBS TER n it 1)1.ACk II FA III The.e Coal, are ol the yery hoe? quality, well wrwaed and picked and wat ranted to give .ati.faction Alao tbr Kale boat of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. OmoaCoimaciALST., head of Franklin Wharl. 8. KtiT.tDs 4 stiS. feblS dly WARREN'S I.nPORVED KIHK ANO WATKKI’KOOI FEIT COMPOSITION, -AND GU'avoi Hoofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. t-. HKR8EY, Agent, jauM dtf No. 16 Union street ALBERT WEBB * CO, -Duuna rv Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD of MERRILL’S WHARF, Cemaartlal Stroot, - - Portland, Ma. _ ___ laUtf EDWARD H. BURGIN, WUOLUALK DUAL KB IN Corn, Meal and Flour, Also. Ground Rock Salt. Commission Merchant BOB PUBCHAPk AND SALMON Barley, Rye and Oats. arena loaded with Corn in bulk free of charge. Warehouse No. 130 Cotnmrr. ial Stieet, And City Mill*, l>wrlog Bridge. __ _June Modern JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor aud Civil Engineer, OFFICE, f t)OMAN BLOCK, mchlT d A wtf Tnrti Snm. Scotch Canvas, -FOB BALB BY JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Bath, Me. OAl 1 BOLTS Superior Bleached I 300 d» AU Lung Sax "Goy-1 w , eminent contract,” 1 Worte, SOO do Extra All Long Sax I ^fbroath. SIX) do Navy Fine ) Oallrered in Portland or Boatoa. Bath. AorllSO. IMS FI E lur o V A L . OR. NEWTOIV HA8 removed his residence to Km. 37 Middle Street, ooruer of Franklin street. OfllocM heretofore, No. 116 Exchange Street, In Noble’s Blook, up stairs. Office hours from 9 to 10 A. M., from 2 to 3, and from 8 to 9 o'clock V. M. Dr. N will continue, in connection with genera practice, to give speoiaJ attention to DISEASES Of FEMALES. oo31dtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, PLUMBER! MAKER OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 141 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold and Shower Hath*. Wash Row lx, Rraxx At Silver Plated Cocks, INVERT description of Water Fixtures for Dwel J liujj House*. Hotel*, Public Uuildin,r«, Shops. Ac , arranged and sot up in the best manuer. and all orders iu town or country faithfully executed. All kinds of lobbin* promptly attended to. Constantly ou hand LEAD PIPES. SHEET LEAD and HKKfc PUMPS of all description*. apttdtf J. T. Lewis & Oo., Manufacturer* and Wholesale Dealer* in READY-MADE CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING GOODS, Chumbrrt . . . y„». 1 and 2 Free Street Blaet, (Over U. J. Libby k Co.,) 3: P. LeZu PORTLAND. ME. jylldtf The Cheapest Agenry 1,3011 collecting all claases of claims arising from the war In that ot the “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,” in which the expenses are controlled by a disinter ested Executive Committee. Apply in person, or by letter, to GEORGE F. EMERY, over the Portland Poet Office, 3d story. dawly MERCHANDISE. Hack me tuck Skip Timber. OAK, iiackinstick. and Hard Wood Plunk Tree nail, from 12 to 28 inches. Treenail Wedges to *o, by L. TaTLOR ’ I June28d8m Gale's Wharf, Portland. Treenails. 100,000.WK GAK TREENAILS, idi Si MONTON fe KNIGHT. „ . , *8 Commercial Wharf. Portland, June 13, 1864. jynel5dtf “Honey.” 7 TCS. PRIME CUBA HONEV, for sale in bond on duty paid. . ,,, , THOMAS ASENCIO k CO. June 10.—isdtf Sugar and VoIhsms. 300 ““M'JC-O'CE muscovado au jo TCS. j OAK. 371 HUBS superior Musco. ado, and 8>’ TCS Clayed ilolasse*. il UU1.S from sierra Morena. Now landing and lor sale by IliOMAS AsESCIO k CO., ma-' _ Custom House Wharf. sierra Uoreua Molasses. OO-HHOB , „„ CHOICE sierra morena »J TIERCES i M IL AbSEs, 1() bULI * Now landlug from Brig "C. H Kennedy" . raos. AsKscio a co, *•—lf _ C. U Wharf. Scoli h t'nnvaw. ) BOLTS—from the factory of David Cor ewf / sar a Sous, Leith—a sail oleth ol sunerinr quality— Jmt received |*er "Jura", and tor sale hv WANTS. LOST, FOUND Boy Missing. RAN aw^y from home ou the Moils Inst, a lad about 12 years old, complexion dark, brown nair, and dam eyes. tLe left «. weak, and had on , when b ' leL h me a red and bl-ck checked Hsnnel Mr, mixed cotlon paut., -hoi s and stockings sad light Kossuth hat. w ho ver will give any iutorma ^Cape Elisabeth, Ju!y 27. iS*™**^* Warned, A OOOD terement cr dye rooms for a small fxm ^Lf22^tf,'ttl'0t ch,ldr®B' Apply at thie office. B Wanted. Y a yonna man and wif*. without family, a suite furnfhed complete for houa.lecplnr I?8- dlw* Address t.. C. B , P.ess office . CurrantR Wanted. fllllK sobsoriber wants rroraltU tohu bushels Met M. rti/ie cwemaafs, for which he will pay the hieh eat maraet pr.oe, at his stora In 8accaraipa jylh.lft wtf 8 tLAY Furrnaita Wnnitd, fllUE biabeet market price paid for rip ■ Curraftta. X in any quantities. ' tiXEENOrcn ft MOUSE. IV-t ■and. July 19 -d*w,fN° *' “'*«"• B Board Wanted T a . ounj( inau and his wife: within ten minute*' tiuu.7e*rLft c) ‘AddrM*' '•**""« >«»• jyl9.ltf C B-” L°Ck Dok No 18 ». Pilot Wanted. A 81 KAD\ , competent aud ca|>able man. has ids xm. a tborou<h kuo* iedaeof IVnlanU lia, bur aud it# outer approaches. Is wauled for the | ilu-ase of the MuSTRkA L < (. KAJt iSTKA MSH 11 < UMPASY’S Liverpool and Glasgow Line or 8te«merMhe coin ing winter. The Pilot engining for thi* service will be required to board the M<«i»erH uu-ido of the Bulwark Xnoal aud Hock. Applicatlou.rT ceiv,d by JAMK* I.. FARMER. ” ** a,iw l‘> Exctmiige Street. WuiUt^. A11!) 8 “ot *•»**•» s!x:e«n year* of age. to a«t aeiarrier. Must com© w*ll reeksuimeoded — aj ply at the Counting Kyum ol the I*re*.. J> l*dtf Lo«it. SrKA\£° from l'*-1®** of Mr. Francis Hub ert*. Vtedbrook, last mouth, a three tear o d gray t wit,small vi/e; whoever wU* roturn him or g veil.formation where he may be fouisd. will be suitably rewarded, by calling s» .No ; » !Spring 8L „ KUANCb K tMKUV Portland, July >(3.1 itrn anl ! CJTOLEN from the sub-criber ou Tuesday Erc-n ^ ‘ng. whiJt- 'n Pierce’* suction room a Cali *>kiu rock-1 Bo. k coutuing a4 iu utonev, a tu:e against Char e* Uoogdcm, Gorham, for «S4).xud eiie against 1 harles ttoop. r lor *12. It* above reward Will b** {toil of tbe’thlof.IVer^ °f *** ^n^"y “<* ">• •»**« Tunc tf GEORGE BECK Board. Ol.lTS of Rooms. with Board, can be obtained by immediately at so Danforth street. *•> l,,h tuayl-sdtf THE BOSTON FIRE BRICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Work*. Vi Federal street, Otftcn and Wareheu*e LI Liberty Squire and 7 Batterymarch 8t. mauufactare Fire Brick, ail shapes aud sisea. for fbrnaces r**4mred to stand the most intense heat also Furnace Blocks and Slabs, Locomotive Kire Blocks, Bakers’ Ovea and Green-house Tiles.Clay Retorts and Decs ssary Tile* to set them. Fire Cement, Fire Clay and Kaolin The undersigned will give their special attention thst all orders for the above manufacture are execu ted with promptness. JAMES E MOM} A4 0. Sat-LIKO A«asT*. U Liberty Square, Boeton. ■chil eodtai The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the lieet instruments of their class In the world Nearly all the most prouineu' artists in the country have giivn written testimony to this effect, and three instruments are in coastsni ... |. the concerts ol the most d.stinguliihed artists—u tiottschalk and others—as well as in the . rus in the principal eit lee whenever each Instruments are Price 0*6 to 9 ik) each These iast'nments ui»v he found atthe Masic loom, of the eabsertber. where they will be sold at the manufacturers' prices. II. 8. KUWAHIIS, No.84Uj Stewart's Block, Conjcres. 8t. ____aprlj dM NOTICE. VyK. the undersigned, having sold our Stock of rf Coal and Wood to M'mm Mamdail. McAIis #erf|fb., do c hootin'ly recommend them to our former customer*. AH persous haviug demands against us are requested to present t»*em tor settle ment, aad all per-ons indebted to us are requested to make immediate payment at the old stand when one oi the uodersigueri may be found for the present SAWYK* * WHITNEY. Portland, June 6,1864. junel3d3w Coal and Wood! riOlE aubacrlb»r hating purchaat-d the Slock of X roa! ant Woo.1, au<l taken ih* <lantl rrontlv occupied by Mt-.ra Smtryer If H kt'ne,. h«a«l of Miliar H'Aar/, are sow prrpartd to turplr thnir former patron, and the public generally, with • due a.eortmeut of H ULL PICKED AMD SCRKU.VED Old l out patty Lehigh. Sugar Lout Lehigh. llazelton O'high, lidcutl Rouutaiu. John a, While and Red Aah, • Diamond and Lot-berry, Together with the beat quality of Cumberland Coni ! A Superior Coal/or BlacLsmitki. Xl.o, Hm it Mild Salt Wood. Delivered to order in any part of the city. The former customer* of Meter* Sawyer 9t Whit ney are respectfullv invited to give us a call. RANDALL. McALLlETEJt * CO. Portland. June 1.3 1*64-dly Diwwoliiliou. '111TK flrtnof Howard % 8trout, a« Attorneysawd E Coumllova a* Law, h this day dissolved by mu- . tua! consent. Either parti er w ill atteud to the set tlement of of the Ini-ini-** of the lav tii in Mr. Howard will continue to occupy odlv'Jl Mid dle strict, over Ca«!Co Hank. Mi Strout w.l occ tpy office 165 Middle street, opposite head of Plumb s:reet. Joavpu llowaid, 8 aw A LL C. 8TUOLT. Portland, June -7. 1** 1 d3m lioimr »|mthic .Medioiier, IN all form*. roav be ^ at the store of 8. II Coles wort hy, JtJ exchange 8t , whsre the sub scriber will be from tfocU ck a u. uitil 4 ockck r m 01.1 Ca>es renewed and boHlts tilled. Refer* to Drs. K Cark, M. Hodge *atd C. II Purr. Jyittddw_ _ M. 8KAVEY. Koartl. 4 k E\\ more Boarders can be accommodated at *« Dantorth street, two doors above Brackett. Apply soon fulvti THE subscriber hereby gives public notice to all concerned.that he has been only appointed and taken upon himself the trust ot Administrator with the will anuexed o1 the estate of JACOB W. LOKING. late of Yarmouth, in the County* c ased, by giving bond as the law directs; he there fore requests all persons who are indebted to the said deceased's estate, to make immediate payment; and thofte who have auy demands thereon, to exhibit the I same for settlement to PRKNTISS LOSING, of Portland i Yarmouth, July 16, 1864. w8w clothim,. al RHMOVAXir^j JOSIAH BURLEIGH I HAS 8XM0VIU TO NEW STORE, EVANS* BLOCK, I Nos. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH B URLEIGH, I Wholesale and Retail Dealer In , Nothing,Coths, Tailors' Trimmings, j. j GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, P Wo*. 141 & 143 .'TfltMIe Street. JOSIAH RUKLEIGH, A feat for G"”rer A Baker , celebrated Sewing Maeliinen, | Soi. 141 * 143 Middle 8treet. NATHAN GOOLD Hill My to hi, friend, that ha may he found ut Bur- p lelf h’,, No. 141 A 143 Biddle .treet, where he will L he plea.ed to wuit upon hi, former customers. Bortlapd , March 34. 11*14. dtf JUST receiyedT~ i HOLLINS Sc BOND, 1 »*'«• I ELEGAHT STYLES o L, o T H m l ^ JRK PREPARED TO •how Them to Their Cwtoner*. Also, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, f !■ Great Variety, 95 Middle Street. __ muy9tf UNION Mutual Life Insurance Co. INCORPORATED by the STATE OP MAINE Charter Perpe, not. _ Organized, 184*. DIRECTOR’S OFFICE. 8|»ie Street. ■ - ■ . Boston, a... CROCKER. ■Secretary— W H. HOLLJ&TMU. __ . ,, H. G. WILSON, Oneral Manager of in the .Yew England i!£\¥2n?Str'm' *RS9.oda.di iZ^XZZ^aghudah., VZ'S&Z •‘•MlUy. xquirsd .a 1U >o«n„ B ““X ;««istM’,"“.,-J,Uch- "riihset i .IJhlSw Jv^i'^**'i‘“ouuU *° ortr three-quarter, ol a wllllea ot dullftri, Ming mors tbmn two hundred thou-.rd dollar. In exce.* ol it. Ilabiiitie. lor tl>. retx.uianee ol .11 out-«tsoding n.k»; into. ISclitle. nr. Jitu •» “* .ccommod.tln, .ten, ol pa. mt. air TrJm? sm». in the large number,divir«in.n.onditl. n. .nd .‘l'.'tn **” *Dd loc,UJ« ol lire, in sure«Ja ffisiox the Ur|i Mr«qGbiiti score for the ci «• ration of the Ige. ul average mor.ality, and tie .'m p «t guaraeiy to the iu.nred lor the besedt. there of, tn ‘be division of profit-, tbeessnaf >t nortion tnent of which h.„ngP Ior .be p..« 7o«r‘e^Vc« gv-r.gvd tori) per (ref. of the preminma paid. I nlicie. are heurd upon all the pla> . uaal with Life Insurance tumpanh-s. and at u low into a. I. “OMUtent with. new to tquity at u •olveucy n.nvrhrr-d,:*irl”r V'!0'1*" "* OWB' »fc»re the ecm naoy bat. none, and tho-e wuhiag Traveling Agee rl'*ll*‘ti'i°i i£?w *7, England Sla'ea. wilt a| plf to t, H. HILSOS. ni State Street, Boston, giving .ucn r. erence, or infbna.tion a. to age. prv.eet «id put buMieni, a. wi 1 enable turn to ioiib Judg. •sentan regard thereto. Juneltd3m * Carriages, Carriages I Firmly Bail! and Neatly Finished. J. P. LIBBEYt No. 20 Preble St.f ( )K ??■** for »»>», *» Ms satablUhmnnt, a variety .V.n. It1* 1'“*** io ,h* ■“*'*“ *»d moet VSb. vtantial manner The aaawtmeat vi mrn.. ► all the dir-reut aylee of Light Carriaax and they will be ■old on the rao.i favorable trim. Perm a. la trad log to pnrohaM will dnd it for their inter 'oneWdtf ”*"““** befor* t‘ari»K n’newbere. BRADFORD ft HARMOH. Pension and (laim Agents, lE.tabli.hed in 1861.) STILL continue to devoto their .pecinl nrd excla •Ive ntt.utioo to the prom cut ton of claim, lor Pensions, Bounties, Arrears of Pny and Prlne Money, And all other elaima again* the Government, bar iajr been duly ltce®«eu tbcoivr. GT* All advioc ire*. Terms u low u at any oth *L.A “***!!* • *ud “° W ■®tU the claim* an» obtained. Offlce 88 KxcLad^.- street. Jo** Block. K BKADFOKP, Jn.etl —dtf 1 * ^Moi. tJeorgc W. Hanson, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 74 Middle Street, Poitiand, Me. A .hare of patronage rxpctfnlly .elicited and latuf.ctiun given. Order, from the country promptly attended lo. Addrex George W. Maoeon. 74 Middle .treat. Room No. 18. up .fairs, Portland, Me. Jana 14—dSm Copartnership Notler, -AMD — BUSINESS ADVEBTISEMENT fpilM dubteribers baviu* on the Tth day of If ay 1. formed a copartnership under the name of MeCarlliy & Berry, For ihd liUriMlM of ARrnina An • 1.x BOOT AMD SHOE BU8IHESS In >11 Its branch,* and hating all the facilities ft r get'ii* up am class work for gentlemen aud lad ca, wear, are now r,ad, to execute all orders w th neat uee- aud atopatch Our work will b« made of the test of imported .lock, by the teal ol wotkiaen sad warranted to gitc per eel tntlsiactit n It to oar alia that, ur wor- .ball not be atcoad to aay in the tail ed Stain. We have also completed a stock of readv-mi da work of the drat quality, ter ' Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children's Wet Beleoted from New York and Horton martetr Our I-adlea' work b from the oelebrated fir eta Ifunn/aof.r* of New York for lien tie wen's wear wr hare the beat assortment ev«r otfrr* d for mIv iu thi* c*ty ; *ucb ** i1l« Fi* nch ™ent Uath^r Boots; C alt and C»Jt t ou fur gf utli rut-n't* wear; Fst. ut L**th«*r ( ou* gre»<*. and Call luugie** Ba.iu .faJ aud r *w Frtucb Buck's Boots. Hive you -*tw?n tbr new style CKIMrFD.F RONl BUCK LB B(M*T. now mad* by Milar'by k Hor ry? For ueu» ness, com fort and bvau*>. it •urpMM>« anything #v*r got upiatbwHty. Csll ai d m>« it; samplns ala ay a ou band at tbo old stand of li Mc Carthy. McCarthy* hciihv. No. 90 Exchange Street. jUUtrldtl a. & s. shurtleffITco., NOS. 31 A 36 NIDOI.E STKECT, PORTLAND. v Manufacturers and Dealers in Hen’* Boy*' and Youth's Thick. Kip and Calf Boots, Women’* Miaana and Children’s Onat. Xid and Calf Halra -rata, Hubbers. bluj Stock, Finding*, So. WITH oar superior facilities for iBanur>ctnr|ng aud a large exoerieace in tbe bu>in--a we re are able to sell as low ar in Borlou or els, t< t,ete Dealers are re.peotf.llv invited to call aud ex amine oar stock before purchasing. Orders bv mail promptly attended to Portland, April *3,13*4. d8l# 1

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