Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, August 3, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated August 3, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY F CESS. VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1864 WHOLE NO 647 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T.OILMAN, Editor. published it No. 811 EXCHANGE SIHi.IT, by N. A. FOSTER A CO. Thb Poetlakd Daily Pikas is published it 88.00 per; ear. Single oopiee three cent*. Tna MAiandTATa Panes Is published every Thurs day morning, at «2 0« per Annum, in advatioe; li paid within six months; and 81.60, if payment be delayed beyond the year. Kate* of Advertising: One inch oi space in length of oolumn, constitute, a"auUA ax." 81.60 per square daily first week; 76 Ceuta per week after; three Insertions or less, 81.00; continuing eve ry other day after first week, 60 cents. Half square, throe insertions or lost 76 oents; one week, 81.00; 50 oents per week after. L Eller head of Anueinnimi, 81.00 per square per week; three insertions or leu, 81A0. SruoiAL Nortons, 81.76 per square first week, I 81,00 per square after; three Insertions or less, 81.16; had a square, three Insertions, 81.00; one week, 81-76. Advertisements Inserted in the Haixb Statx rnmwi (which has a large circulation in every part of the State) for 60 oents pier sqnarein addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Lnu AL Notioxb at usnal rates. Transient advertisements must be paid form ad vance Business Nortons, In reading columns, 11 cents per line for one insertion. No charge lees than fifty emu tor each insertion. Kff^Alloommunioations Intended for the paper should be dtreoted to the ‘Editor qfthe Press,1' and those oft business character to the I'ubluhm. , EF"Jon Fnmrixe oi every description oxeoated a tm dispatch. F. Tracy, Traveling Agent. Wednesday Morning, August 3, 1864. The Late Peace Negotiations. PEACE A DANGEROUS SUBJECT TO REBEL LEADERS—TREPIDATION OF THE RICH- i MOND EXAMINER-IT WO’.NT DO TO HINT AT PEACE—THE SOUTHERN PEO Pl.K ONLY TOO ANXIOUS Foil IT—A HOLLOW GBAVK-YARI> LAUGII, From The Richmond Kx.mim.-r, July 24 For tbe first time we have tbe pleasure ol heartily approving a Slate paper ol Abraham Lincoln. It is bis letter addressed “To Whom it May Concern.-’ It concerns Messrs, Holcombe, C. C. Clay and George S' Sanders, and, we would loudly believe, no other person or persons whomsoever. When officious indi viduals go creeping round by back doors, asking interviews with Lincoln for" s full in terchange of sentiments,” it gives us sincere gratification to see them spurned, yes, kicked from the said back door. To Abraham we say "Bravo,” 6r, if he likes it better “Bully I” Thiuk of au ex-Senater from Alabama, aud a Virginia Member of Congress—for we say nothing of the third “negotiator”—exposing themselves gratuitously,* idly aud unbidden to receive such au ignomiuious rebuff at the hands of the truculent bufloou of Illinois. The eccentric procedure of those two gen tlemen has all the air of a device of the in genious Sanders. He it was who, finding Mr. Clay aud Mr. Holcombe travelling in Canada for their health, and sojourning at the Clifton House, bethought him of getting them into a correspondence about peace; aud it was he who opened it himself to no less a person than that sanguinary philanthropist, Horace Greely, asking him (Greely) to procure a sale conduct for tbe party to Washington, and thence to Kichmond. It appears that Greely, at first thinking this was a real embassy to offer submission, eagerly promised the safe conduct in the President's name. They repli ed they were not exactly aud altogether pleni potentiaries ; but had no doubt that “if the circumstances disclosed in the correspond ence” were communicated to Kichmond, they or somebody else would be invested with full powers. Aud what were the circumstances disclos d? We learn this from a long letter of Miss!S. Clay and Holcombe, written alter their repulse. The circumstauces disclosed were nothing in the world except Grcely’s unauthorized offer of a safe conduct They say—and in reading wbat they say, remember that it is two eminent Confederate gentlemen addressing a paltry abolitionist editor, not having the presumption to write to the Em peror Abraham himse'f—“exacting no condi tions but that we should be duly accredited from Kichmond, as bearers of propositions looking to the establishment of peace, thus proposing a basis for a conference as compre hensive as we could desire, it seemed to us that tbe President opened a door that bad been closed against tbe Confederate Slates for a full interchange of seulimeuts, a free discussion of conflicting opinions and au uu trammeled effort to remove ail causes of con troversy by liberal negotiations.” What right had they to even allude to propositions look ing to the establishment of peace? Who commissioned them to interchange senti ments with Lincoln? And wbat do they mean by causes of controversy aud negotia tion ? If these officious gentlemen had been received at Washington, aud had beeu ac credited from Kichmond, we should hava lelt very nervous ou the subject of those liberal negotiations. However, Lincoln, so soon as he was informed that there were such people looking about that back door, surmising that it was now partly open, though “previously closed,” aud partying with a Sew York edi tor in the hope of getting admittance—shut up the door with a bang right iu their three noses, aud warned them off by a notice—“To Whom it May Concern.” It is suggested that perhaps the cunning device of Mr. Saunders was only & contrivan ce for helping the peace parly in tbe enemy’s country ; that tne answer of Mr. Lincoln was just tile very kind of answer which the‘‘mauy counseled” George expected, aud that it is to be used to show how ktrociusly aud uurelent ujv )/> covu b aaukcc ouuiiuiouauuii ta belli ou war aud repulses tbe slightest sign of peace. As usual with such excessively cuu uing schemes, this ooe not only defeats itself, but it helps the cause which it was possibly intended to damage. To exhibit an ex Sen ator aud member of Congress of the Rebel States thus timidly crawling, by a roundabout way, to the footstool of the Emperor ol the Yahoos, whining aud sniveling about peace and "liberal negotiations,” aud haughtily re fused even admittance to the sovereign pre tence, will serve, not the peace, but the war party, because it will be used to create tbe impression that the Confederacy must be iu the agouies of death when two such distin guished legislators make so pitiful au attempt to reach the ear of offended majesty. If such was the idea, then, in this case, as iu the other, “those whom it may coucern” have got what tbev deserve. Has any one seen the Reverend Colonel Jac ques aud one Edmund Kirke ? What are the deteclives about? Here have been two Bpies, manifestly spies, at the Spottswood Hotel, Richmond, ou a secret mission,” and now, instead of being in Castle Thunder, Kirke | aud the Rev. Colonel are again in their owd country, givlug mysterious hiuta to the Wash inglou correspondeul8 about their three days’ entertainment iu Richmond, aud about “ two interviews” which they said they bad wilh Mr. Davis. They cannot disclose “for the present"—those deep diplomats—which pass ed**! those interviews, but “it is Intimated” —and here is truly a startling I act—“that Mr. Davis would consent to nothing short of the recognition of tbe Southern Confederacy.” Of course these two Yankees were spies ; or else they wanted to sell something in Rich mond which they had run through the lines; or probably they combined the two objects Our passport system we fear, is but little pro tection ; and the detectives are not sufficient ly vigilant. IVace may be nearer to us than we think, and may come suddenly, though one cannot see precisely how. One thing, however, is clear. So desirable an event cannot be hastened by amateur negotiators “exchanging sentiments” with Mr. Lincoln; nor by blockade runners thrusting “interviews” on Mr. Davis; nor by any possible or conceivable correspondence between George Sanders and Horace Greely. Cix)CDs ok Biudh.—One of unaccounta ble phenomena of 18tH, says a San Francisco paper, has been the immense multitude of soug birds which have been driven upon the cultivated lauds of California during the month ol May. In the southern counties thousands upon thousands ol robins, linnets. Inrushes, canaries, orioles, humming birds’ (Inches, blackbirds, magpies, sparrows, Ac., have swarmed round houses and gardens, dc stroyiug the fruit aud vegetables, and then dropping down dead uear wells aud pools of water. Tho mortality amoDg them has been most extraordinary, and is supposed to have been caused by their being driven from the mountains by the April storms of cold, when, not finding food in tbe valleys and lowlands, they are killed by the hot wind, hunger, and the drouth. Wheu picked up, sometimes teu and twenty in a lump, they are completely starved ami fleshless, being ol ten chased down by boys and cats, and expiring in weak twit ties, mournful to the sympathies of the little people who lay them in their graves. War Fifty Years Apo. The people ol the North have had very lit tle experience ol war since 1S14 uutil the present savage contest was commenced by the South. In tuat year Sir Johu Provost in vaded Northern New York with a British ar my of leu thousand men, to the great cou slernaliou ol the inhabitants of the Irontier in Vermont and New York. No such armies traversed the country theu as those which form but auxiliary forces of the great milita ry commands now. Gen. Izard, a South Car olinian, who commanded the right wing ol our grand Army of the North, had but about thirty-live hundred men for a proposed ad vance into Canada, and the British immedi ately opposed to him mustered fifty live hund red with a reserve of two thousand at Mon treal. Izard, however, was ordered to Niag ara, and the frontier was lelt open for Pro vost,.* demonstrations. The frontier war, then, was carried ou upon a scale not much larger thau that which might measure John Morgan’s raids. He had over live thousand men when be entered Indiana and Southern Ohio. A light between three or four hundred combatants was signalized by the name of a battle. Lieut. Col. For syth led a band of seventy picked men from Champlain across the border, fobght two hundred British troops, and retreated in good order with the loss ol oue man killed and live wounded. Southerners and Northerners (ought together then, and Forsyth's dash was considered a great exploit. When Provost neared Plattsburg, which was defended by General Macomb with a very small lorce in comparison with the number of the assailants. Major, (now General) John E. Wool, for the purpose of encouraging the militia, took the initiative with less than three huudred men and met the advance of the in vaders. The militia, however, became alarm ed at the overwhelming numbers and fell back from the battle which was offered by the dar ing Wool. The history of the battle ol Platts burgis well enough known. It was fougbton the 11 tli of September, nearly fifty years ago, at the same time that the British fieet under Commodore Downie, who was killed in the action, co-operating with Geueral Provost, was defeated by Maedonough upon Lake Champlain, ami the whole country was full ol joylul congratulations at the result. This demonstration essentially put au end to Brit ish invasion of the North. me uihii wuo participated id lue wattles ol that (lay little anticipated that within hall' a century such immense armies as are now gathered together for battle could have stood in array against each other, aud still less could they have been made to believe that such au army could lie composed of hostile brethren of their own fair country. They had knowu of no such armies, pitted by hundreds of thous ands against each other, except perbaps in Bo uaparl's fatal Russian campaign, aud they nev er dreamed of such carnage, created upon fields of battle iu one ol the States of their own Repubublic. with such frightful aggregates of dead and wounded as have been counted upon our battle fields since tbe commencement of the May capaign. As their experience had uevcr taught them, so neither could their fan cies direct them to anticipate such gigantic and wholesale war preparations and war con flicts as now exists iu this ouce happ couutry. Fiat Justitia. Shakespeare tells us that “the quality of mercy is uot strained.” Assuming this to be a fact, wc can only regret that some one does not volunteer to strain it. Certainly,the arti cle, as dealt out by the sages of Washington, requires rectification, aud needs to be drawn mild. Mercy is good in its place; out of it, it becomes a weakness, a fault, aud tbe germ of evils. Mercy to au assassin saved Richmond to the Rebels, when Butler made his lamous raid. Mercy has thinned our rauks by placing a premium upon desertion, has encouraged treason, and shielded its perpetrators by de flecting from them every dart of retributive justice. The beneficence, and the quality of the milk of human kindness exhibited aDd ex pressed by tbe heads of the Government is im measurable. N'o gage exists by which we can compute their volume and consittency. The result* are apparent to all. The Uuion lan guishes that tiie Rebellion may experience those calm delights wbicti are induced by mer cy—this admirable quality, “ which is not strained.” Generals are continually complaining that they are unable to prevent insubordination, or iuli actions o! the most necessary rules and regulations, simply because pardon, uot pun ishment, seems the necessary sequence of their commission. < )ur black troops are butchered and tortured, because Mr. Jetrerson Davis has learned to reiy upon the suavity of the War Department. Such sacrifices are greater then the country can afford. War is not a science of positive beneficence, nor are its legitimate results to be attained by au adherence to those impracticable ethics which, thAgh they may exist in poetry, can form no part of that prose which represents the terrible sobriety ol actu al warfare. We desire less of this puerile weak ness which is palmed upon the couutry under the appealing guise of mercy. We do net staud in need ot sn adothecary at the helm of state, whose only occupation Is to consist in dispensing bairns and healing embrocations. The fearful actuality of the existing conflict admits of uo amelioration of those penalties which have lieen incurred defiantly. The in herent mercy which tempers every law is all sufficient for the satisfaction of our ethical scruples. Sxakes Used as Watch Does.—Sir Em erson Tenuent, iu his work on Ceylou, men tions a communication lie received from a gaiitleman well known in Ceylon, regarding the cobra, the great snake of India: “Did you ever hear of lame cobras being kept and do mesticated about a house, going in and out at pleasure, and in common with the rest of the inmates ? In one family, near Negombo, co bras are kept as protectors in tbe place of dogs, by a wealthy man who has always large sums of money in his house. But this is not a solitary case of the kind. I heard it only the other day, but from undoubtedly good author ity. The snakes glide about the house, a ter ror to thieves, but uever attempting to hurt UK* mutates. I'. S. TIarialial's Notice. United States or America, I District ok Maine,as. J 1)C KSUAN Y to mouition* from the lion. Ashur Ware, Judge of the United States District Cou/t, within and lor the District of Maine. 1 hereby give public n ticc tbut the following Libels and Informa tions have been tiled iu said Court, viz :— A Libel against the ?*choonkr Cottage, her tackle, appartl and Furniture, Bix Box kb TOBAO co; Fifteen Ciiteife Tea; Four Boxes Pimento; Four Boxes Cassia ; Two Boxes oe Ch»am I ah tar; One Box Hinder; Foriy Thousand Shin gles; Twenty Bundies Old junk; Ten bags Old Kaos; seized by the Collector ot the District of Belfast, on the fourth day ol Juuo last, at Cam den iu said District. An informal ion against Three Chests ok Tea; Four ms. Nutmegs; Forty Yards Sheeting. One ii<»KrK; One Wagoon; one Harness; One Waggon Blanket; One Whip; seized by the Col lector of the District of Machias. on the eighth day ol July iustaut, at Marshfield iu said District. Au {»formation against Four Chests Tka ; Two Kegs Tobacco; ft even Bags .Sugar. One Bag Nutmegs;Tubes Horses; onedouble Harness One Hinglk Harness; One double Wagon. One btNGLK Wagon; Two Buffalo Kohls. seized by the Collector of the Dintiict of Machias, on the ninth day of July instant, at Fast Machias iu said District. Au Information against EIGHT HUNDRED THIRTY NINE POUNDS OK JLUAD; froUR HUNDRED WEIGHT TURKU OUARTKRS AND FlGHT EEN POUNDS OK Moor Iron; ► orty two Tons Bar Iron ; One hundred and TWO THOUSAND, SEVEN HUNDRED KIKTY 1*01 NL s Chain Cables; Thirty eight less a» u bix hingred w eight Old Scrap Iron ; Ten thou SAND eight HUNDRED AND K1KTBKN roUEDS KagS Four hundred thirty nine pounds old Hope seized by the Collector of the District of Portland and Falmouth, on the eleventh day of July instant at Portland in said District. A Libel against one Boat, Tw elve Tons 6nrtk en, her tackle, apparel and furniture, and Tw» nunosed bushels 8alt, seized by the Collector o the District of Machias, on t he ninth day ofJiuy in stant. at Boisbubert Island iu said District. A Libel against Three Barrels ok Molashki and Two Thousand Cigars.seized by the ColUc tor of the District ol Portland and Falmouth, 01 the first day of June last past, at Portland iu san District. Au Information against One hundred seventy tw< gallons of bin. with Foity nine Demijohns iu wide! they are contained; Four doz> n bottles of Wine Seven barrels and two kegs of Sugar; Cue barrel u Mola«ses : Oue hundred fif y pounds of Dry Fish F even Kegs of Olives, seiz'd by the Collector of th District ot Bangor, ou the eleventh day of Ju y iu stant, at Frankfort in said District. Which seizures were tor breaches of the laws of th United States, as is toPre particularly set forth ii said Libels and Informations; that a hearing an trial will be had thereon at Jlanffor^Ui said District "ti the ninth day of August ne.ct, w here any pei j sons interested inav appear and show cause, if au can be shown, wherefore the same should not be dt creed forfeit and disposed of according to law. Dated at Portland this twenty-sixth day of Jul A-*>*MM. r A.QUINBY, . U. b. Deputy Marshal, jy2G dlid Dist. of Maine. Notice*. IHLKFB\ give notice that 1 have this day give my aou, Joseph M. 8trout, his time from th date and will olaim none of his earnings, nor pa anythin*'for Ms nupport, or any debt, of hm col tracts* bereaftt-r WILLIAM 8TROIT. liorham Ju y 2'Jili, lost Jy#0<13\\ MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & 00., t Proprietors, Pox Block, 82 1-2 Exchange St., « PORTLAND. ME. _ Attention is reaper'fully invited to our unrivalled facilities for executing iu THE BEST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Our Establishment is furnished with all the ap proved MODERN MACHINERY, And our collection of Book and Fancy Types Will bear favorable comparison with any establish ment in the city. Business and Professional Cards, (Of every variety, style and cost, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Bill-Head* Ruled and Cut i n’t he Neat est Manner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS,' Of every de«;ription executed iu the beet style. Bailrotd, and other Corporation Work, done with promptness and fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIES, BILLS OF LADING, TINE TABLES, and all sorts ot LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at ikort notice. Scmem, if peril, and all Linda of Panpklrti, Put up in superior style. Bronzed and Colored Labels, For Apothecaries, Merchants, and Fancy Dealers, got up in the best style of the art. 'VVeddino" Cards, Notes qf Invitatum, Visiting Cards, Lists of Dan ces, etc., etc., qf every ninety and cost, tarnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hitml-bill-., Shop-bills, I*ro|ftiin nics, Circulars, And plain printing of every description. Also, Rule and Figure work, executed neatly, and on terms that cauuot fail to satisfy. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office has one of Soper* Improved Calorie Engines for motive power, and is furnished with improved and costly I*resses—Cylinder and Platen— from the most celebrated makers. We have in con stant use one of HOE'S LARC.R CYLINDER PRRSSRS, capable of throa ing off 2500 Sheets an hour . one of Adam's Power Presses—the best book press in the world: Adam’s and Potter's East .Machine Job Presses; Uuggles’ superior Card Pres ; Adams’and L'uion large Hand Presses, Standing Presses, and all the machinery necessary for a well appointed office. The Daily Press Job Office is believed to be as well furnished as any similar establishment in the State. I These sending order from the country may rely on receiving prompt attention. We execute ail orders in the shortest possible time and in the ueatest and best manner. We will do all kinds of printing as well and as promptly, and as cheap as any other establishment In the City, County or State. All orders for Job Printing must be directed to the Daily Press Job OjMee, Ho. 82 J Kxchauge street, Portland. Me. The Job office is under the personal supervision | of the senior proprietor, who is the CITY PK1NT KK, and is himself an experienced practical work mao, and employ* only weii-saiiied mechanic* in this depirtment of hi* work. The Portland Daily Press, The largest daily paper east of Boston, aud having a larger circulation than all the other dailies in the city combined, i* published at the Office in Fox Block, S'* 1-^ LurUtnuji Street, every morning— Sunday excepted, at $8,00 Per Annum, From which 13 1-8 per cent. 4a Hiaeounted for advance PAYMENT*. Semi annual and quarterly subscriptions pro rota. Less than three month*, sixty ceuts per month, or 15 cent* a week. Single Copies S Cent*. tF" Newsdealer* *upplied at the rate of two and one-third dollars per hundred. THE MAINE STATE PBESS, The largest paper in New Emglaud, eight page*, i* published every Wednesday, containing all the new* by mail a d telegraph, important reading matter Marine List, 31a'Let Reports, Ac , of the Daily I .ess,at the following prices, viz:— Siaglr copy, one year, lavariably In advance.$8.00 Far alx snout ha . 1.00 Teclab* of four or more all to the same post office, each. 1*7 5 Ta club* af ten ar mare, all to the same post office, each.% 1.50 And a free copy to the getter up of the club. Subscription* solicited. Agent* wanted in every town. Postmasters requested to act a* agents. N. A. FOSTER & Co., Proprietor*. Portland June 1, 18*4. dtf Surgeon General's office. I Washing!* n City, June24,1 $64. f TPAKIKD—Airye'Si and Aitistant burgeons vv for th■ <\>lor<d Troop*—(.ami id ate* must he Graduate* oI some Regular Medical College, and must he examined by a Board of Medical Officer* to b®i convened by the Surgeon General. The Board will determine whether ihe candidate will be ap I pointed Surgeon or A**i*tant Surgeon, according to merit Applications accompanied by one or more test monial* from respectable person*, as to moral character, ac.. should t>e Addressed to the burgeon General. L. 8. A., Washington, D. C , or to the As sistant Surgeon General. L\ 8. A , Louisville. Ky. Board* are now in sessiou at Boston, New Yo k, Washington, Cincinnati, St. Lcui*. aud New Or leans. Also wanted, Hospital Stewards for Colored Reg » imeuts. Candidate* must posse** a fair English Ed i ucation, and be familiar with the compounding aud 1 dispensing of Medicine*. Application,, must be made as in the ctse of Burgeons and Assistant Surgeon* < umpensatiou from 82300 to 833 uo per mouth, with ciothing, rations, fuel aud quarters. JOB K. BARN KB. julyl-2aw3m Acting Surgeon General. >• Copartnership Notice. fllUK undersigned have formed a copartnership A under the sty e of G . L Storer k Co., and tak en the store aud s*ock of Storer, Cutler A Co., where they will constantly keep a large stock of goods for 3 a general jobbing business s GEO. L STORER, y FRED STOKER, i- CUA8 H. MESKRVE, H. F. LOCKE 1 Portland, July It, 1864. Jyl8d8w MISCELLANEOUS. 126 Exchange Street. 126 Hugh AX. X?liinney, WOULD inform hi? frinds and former customer* that he ha? taken the Store No. 126 Mxckanye Street, where he intends to carry on the Stove and Furnace Business, In mil itn branched. STO VKS, of all kind,, ofthe newest and most approved patterns, Furnaces and Ranges, Tin and Hollow Ware. HT-SecOod hand Stoves bought, or taken iu ex* chauge lor new'. Stovm, Kanokp Kcbnaces, and Ti* Will repaired at short notice, iu a faithful manner. Grateful for lormer patronage, he hopes by strict attention to business, and fair dealing, to receive a generous share of public iavor. may 23d tf ALDRICH’S PATENT Water Elevator ! A PATEN f combining more good and less bad qualities than any fixture in use for house wells. Don’t fail to see it before you buy any pump or drawer now ii uso. It works so easily tuat a child tight years’old can draw with it. It is low firictd; it leave? nothing in the water to injure It; t does not freeze; it is simple; It is not likely to get out of order. The bucxe has no valve and empties itself. You have your well all opeu or cov ered at pleasure, and is Just such a simple fixture as every mau needs who values pure water for family use. 5®^Drawers and Town and County Bights for i ale by BOYNTON & HIGGIN8, 13 and 15 Warren Market, Portland. jyl9d3m S. ^. BLOOD, Successor to George Anderson, No* 317 Consress Street, Portland, Sign of Anderson's Hoop Skirt Depot, KEEPS constantly on band a complete assort ment of HOOP SKIRTS, of every sireand length, made ofthe best materials and warranted to give perfect » .'faction. Also on baud a full assortment of Corsets and Skirt Supporters of the roost popular mak-1, both 'oieign and domes tic. with other article* projierly belonging to a lloop Skirt store, lloop bkirts made to order, and re pairing done at short notice. Parties dealing with this establishment may rely upon getting goods of the very best quality and at price* as low as a really good article can be afforded. Portland, July 6, 1^64. d6w BRANT’S COFFEE & SPICK MILLS' vniuuiaK n.’i.iui.JO/l.'JB.) I . J. G-R ANT, Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of COFFEE, SPICES, Salirralus 4c Cream Tartar, Veic Coffee amt Spire Mills, 13 and 16 Union street, Portland, Me. Co flee and Spices put up ror the trade, with any kddnstf, in all variety of packages, and warranted is represented. Coffee roasted and ground for the trad* at snort lotice. »-All g< ods entrusted a ‘.the owner’s risk. _ march lOdtf New Ntoaiu Mill, Footol Cross,between Fore k Commercial Sts. WINSLOW, ~DOTEN & CO., WOl’LD inform their former customers and the pub.'ic general y. that they have fitted up their Sew Mill witn New Machinery, and are uow ready o do Planing. Matching and Jointing, also Sweep ind Circular Sawing. PF. od Turning, Irr. We have in operation one ot Messrs. Gray k Wood’s new improved Planers, for PLANING OI'T OF WIND. It will plane with the greatest accuracy from J inch n thickness to 12 inches square. Also AS EDGER FIFTY FEET LOSG, For sawing heavy plank and edging boarda. Particular attention given to planing Ship Knees, Dlapboares, and heavy l imber. For the accommodatiou ot dealers and others hav ug large lot of boards to plane, wc have in connoc ion with the mill 17.000 square feet of yard room. jyl9eodtf WINSLOW S MACHINE WORKS MANL'KAt'T'.'KhK’S BLOCK. UNION STREET, J. L. WINSLOW, Agent, | MAKuracrrruEH or Steam Engines, Steam Boilers, Shafting Pulleys Gearing, aud all kinds of M&chiuery Also Low and High Pressure steam Heating Ap paratus tor Factories, Public Buildings ana Dwelling Houses. In this De par. meut tne es ablishmcnt has been uucommouly successful. Steam Cocks, Valves Whistles, and ''team, Water and Gas Pipe and connections furnished at wholesale or retail. Repairing promptly and faithfully Done. In conn ction with the above establishment is an ron Foundry, with a large assortment of patterns, ind a Pinning Mill, where wood planing of all kinds nay be done. may2 dtf Removal. HAVING removed from my old stand to the .store No. 91. Commercial street, and associated nvself in bnsiae*a with Mr. Henry Fling, 1 would ake this opportunity to thank my customers for past pavo-s, and would respectfully solicit their future ratrouage oi the firm of Fling k Wnittemore STEPHEN WHITTEMORE. Portland, July 8th, 1801, July 12d4w Copartnership Notice. 11HE undersigned have this day formed aCopart nership uuder the name aud style of Fling A Whittcmore. aud have tak^n the store formerly oc :epi*d bv Henry Fling, No. 91, Commercial street, where they inteud doing a Commission aud Whole tale business, in Tea«. Tobacco, W I Goods, Gro se ries and Provisions. HENRY FUNG STEPHEN WHITTEMORE. Portland Jal> 8,1864. dtf John hiii-niaii, & AS FITTER, —a n u— Dealer in Gas Fixtures, And Ga*dr Kerosene Cooking Apparatus. The public are invited to examine and test these Dew inventions, which are highly recouuneuded for summer use. NO. 65 UNION STREET. Portland. June 14 — cot 18m PROVOST MARSHAL’S OFFICE, } FirIhitrict Staff of Alniut, J Porta kd. July 13.1804 ) N”0TlCEis hereby given that any person *■ n ruled may appear before the Board of Enrolment and claim to have bin name stricken off the list, if be cau show to \hetatisfactiou of the Board that he is not properly euroled ou account ot 1st—Alienage. 2d—Non-Residence. 3d—Over Age. 4th—I'eriuan ut Physical Disability, of such degree as to render the person not a proper subject for en rolment under the law* and regulations. I hat the examination reftrred to above wav not interfere with the daily routine of office business, the hours for ♦ xamination will be from 10 A. M. to 12 M. and from 2 to 4 P. M. CHARLES H. DOUGHTY, Uapt and Provost Marshal. CITY OF PORI LAND, \ Mayor's orncR, J July 18. 1804.) The special attention of onr citizens is called to the above notice of the Provost Marshal It should be the duty of all those wno are exempt from draft from either of the causes mentioned, to apply in per son and have th ir names taken from the <ist, in or der that when the quotas for the «*iafi ar© appor tioned. the number to be drawu will be based upon those who only are liable to enrolment, july *4d3taw lm JACOB M« LELLAK, Mayor. FIRE! FIRE!! FIREM! JOHNSON’S Portable Force Pump! r,10R extinguishing fires, wetting roofs, etc. near tires, washing windows, carriages, decks of ves sels, batning hotsef, wetting sails pumping water from boats.watering streets and gai dess,sprinkling liquids for destroying Caterpillars and otter insects on trees, i luuts and shrubbery, Ac. This Pump ha.* proved itself to be one of th« most valuable inventions for domestic use, and iheae w bo hsve them wou d not part with them at any price, prov ided no more were to be obtained It is portable and o mpact and will throw six gal lons ot water per minute, from CO 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, *nd every machine is warranted. The price is so low tha* one should be in every family, school louse, factory building, saw mi 1,tannery. An. Each pump is provided with a extra Nozzle, for sprinkling. ('all ana examine testimonials rrotn the Presidents of the principal Fire Insurance ( unit aniest^ Massa chusetts, the Chit f Engineers ot the Boston and oth er fire departments. anti ether*, and purchase one of these Pumps. J. L. W INBLOW A CO., Winslow’s Machine Work*, Wholesale and Retail Agents, Brown's Block, Union street Portland, Me. jyl&dtf Dissolution. flltlE copartnership heretofore existing between A Sweat and ( leaves as Attorneys at Law, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The affairsol the firi? adjusted by either party. 8areat will continue in business at office No. ■Middle street, Mussey's Row. Mr Cleaves at the office of How ard A Cleaves, No. 91 Middle street, over Casco Bank L. D M. SWEAT. T1 J . . NATHAN CLEAVES. Portland, July Itttb, 1884. jjl8d3ui BUSINESS CARDS. PAPER BOX MANUFACTORY. J. R. Libby, MAXUPACTPBXB OP Paper B os: e sf Oi every description, such as Shoe Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Druggist Boxes, Collar Boxes. Shell' Boxes, CoucbologicalBoxes, FowderBoxcs Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, 4c. 144 Middle St., (Up Stairs) Portland, Me. juueld8m Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, Luther Dan*, > Portland, Woodbury Dana, [ M JoUd A. H. Dana ) M ilillC. _ Juneldtf J - Smltb. tfc Oo., XAM'PACTl’KKttS OP Leather Belting, Card Clothing, Loon Strip, bit Leather Sark* ud Sides. LKATIIKR TRSJtMIXfiJ, fc„ Hanson’s Block, 144 Middle St., Portland, Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory, Lewiston. II. M. Brewer, (JnldSm, D. F. Novae JOH* T. KOUERSACO,, . Commission Merchants, AND WHOLES A LX DKALKXB IX Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. 61 Commercial Street, CtaT.B.Eogen. } PORTLAND, MK. _ juneld6m AVholesale and Retail. L. DAVIS, BookseWcr, Stationer, A*D K AXCr AC'TITBSR OF Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER HANGINGS. No. 53 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. Juneldtl CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, Fresco and Banner Painter, No. 144 Middle Street, PORTLAND, ME. Work executed iu every part of the State. juncltf RUFUS DUHHAM, Manufkctnrrr and Wholesale Dealer in BRITANNIA —AMD— Plated Ware, No. 218 Fore t'.reet, Portland Maine. Portland, May 17th, 1S$4. maylTdtl M. G. WEBB & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Flour, NO. 81 COMMERCIAL STREET, apl4 PORTLAND, MR. dtf BURGESS, FOBES, & CO., XAV t' FACTCKBKS OF Japan, White Lead, Zinc, Paints And Ground Colon,, AMD DEALBRS IM Drnga Medicines, Pa nts, Oils & Varnishes. Paint and Ctdor Factory, No, 29 Munijoy St., Otter A Salrareama, 80 Coulisserciu 1 St., (Thomas Block.) Henry H. Uukoiss, Biibvi ivii Mb* Charles S. Fores. nJfclLUP, «B. _ uiaylSdtf BLAKE, JONES A CO., FLOUR & GRAIN DEALERS, ’ And Be ver§ of W estern and C adiau Produce, 137 OMamrrr'i/il Street, - - . Granite Block. Charles Blake. ) Henry A. June*. J PORTLAND. K. W. Gage. ) _____ juneldtf JOHN LYNCH & CO., j Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granita Stores, - - - Commerc al street, (Opposite head Widgery Wharf,) Johu Lvnch, i Peleg Barker,; PORTLAND. ME. Thos. Lynch ) jnneldtf DOLE & WOODY, OESERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And V\ holesale Dealers in FLOUR. CORN and produce, No. 5 Galt Block, Commerc al St, | PORTLAND. ME __ juoeldSm LANE Ac LITTLE, Wholesale Dealers iu Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AMD W oolens, No. 143 Middle etreet. A. uitli } PORTLAND. HR. _ laneTiitf li! TT T.PTVmN'P Carriage Manufacturer, Preble Sti eet, - - Portland, Me. Sl.lgh. on hand anil made to ordir. _ Jum-lSdtf C. P. KIMBALL, MAimcrrm of Carriages and Sleighs, Pr«»bl«* (street, (Near Preble House,) PORTLAND, ME. Sale Rooms, 110 and 112 Swlbury St., Boston, Mass juoeltf NORTON, CHAPMAN Sc CO.. Flour, iiviuiuV Produce f«aiuiuion Mrrcbjuis, uil^lillen' igeiu. Office amt Warehouse Xo. 6 Galt Block, Commer cial Street. We offer for sale to the trade, many choice and well-known Brand* of Floor, from St. Louis.I linoH, Wisconsin. Ao.t which we are constautl receiving. N., It Co .are also Agents for Pitt matt A Co.’s, and othe** braud* ol manufactured Tohacoo. IT^Cash advances made on all oousignments. Portland. Juue 1, 1864. juldtf DR. W. R. JOHNSON, DENTIST, inserts Artificial Teeth on Cold. Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, and warrant* them iu all cases to be a perfect tit. Dr. J. also give* special attention to Teeth. Office 229} Congress street, two doors west from the Court House Portland, June 1,1864.—eod2m 63 Removal. 63 J. M. KNIGHT Sc SON, Commission Merchants, And dealers in Country Produce, have moved to No. 68 Commercial street. Portland. May 10th, 1B64. maylOdtf PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Company. This Company will issue Polices to be free after the * payment ol six, eight or ten Premiums at the option of the insured and at rates as low as any other Company. The issue ol Free Policies renders it at t* 'least equal if not superior to the participation lpanies. Offloe No. 102 Middle St. CHARLES HOLDEN, Pres. EDWARD SHAW, 8*0. BUSINESS CARDS. BRADLKV, MOILTOX A ROGERS Whoibili Dkalkub IB Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Themes -,lcck, ROBBBT BRALKT, l u.u moultok, POKTLJAD.Hg A. O. BOOKBB. J ' _mejfidtf W. W. CARR & CO.. Having taken the Fruit Store formerly occupied b a. SAWYER. Mo. 8 Exchange (Street, Art prepared to offer to the trade a large and wall •elected stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit! Wholesale and he tail Oraim Spruce Guu, Lemons, lausr. Seed, Claudius, Limes, Leman Syrup, Honey, 0«-uu Nut., PI.., Cltraa, Nuts, all kind., Dulus, Ollrea, Kel.ius. Tuba ecu, Sardines, Clgeru Puucy Candles of all duscrlptlua. OOt9 dtf IRA WINN, Agent, No. 11 Union St., !• prepared to farnkh STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, of rerioea aim end patterns, §taa Pipe utd fututs. lil!feiri»;,8tifti«. Pallrjk it. Liobt House Work of ell description,, end ell kind, of work required in building PoUTlrlrATIOBS. Iron Stairs and other Architectural Work. Houses, Store#, end other building,, fitted with Has end Stoma in the best meaner. In connection with the ebore ie an iron Foundry with e largo Assortment of Pattern*, to which the' Attention of Machinists. Millwrlghu.uud Ship-Build ere Is invited—sud ell kind. oiCmtiag. fernXd At abort notice. ..bP Orders for Machine Jobbing, Pnttorne end Forginge, promptly executed. oajg tf » I M a E K^S ~ SEWING MACHINESI WOODMAN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS, Nu». >4 end ..Middle Street. nmiiHiM irimminfialwayi oikui. JMhlltf A CARD. ' DR. S. C. FERNALD, DENTIST, No. 170 Muldl Street. timnow.Dn. Bioov and Buiuv, Fortland, May 16, 1843. u Dr. J. H. HEALD HAVING di.po.od of Iti* until. la kll Ofllco to Dr. 8. C KLUNALD. would oboerfuUr reocommend him to hi« former patiente and the pat ?r‘ ,f™m {•■* experience. i< prepar ed to insert Artificial Teeth on the “ VuJcanivBaae ’ ini ail other methods known to the uroteesion * Portland. May 26. lH<*a * WOOD AND COAL CHEAP FOIC CASH ! SPUING MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH, HEZILTON sluak i.oak, old company lkuh.h LO CUST MOUNTAIN JOHNS. DIAMOND, WEB8 TEK and BLACK II EATH. The*e Coale «ro of tbr wary belt quality. well wroenvd an I picked. ud warranted to give -atiafactlon Alao lor tale bMt of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Optics Commercial St., head of Franklin Wharl. fkb.a, »• *<>U:\Ds At SO!N. feb!6 dly WARREN’S IMPORTED PIKE and water-prooi FELT COMPOSITION, -AND Gravel HooGna FOB FLA T V.OOFS. K. HER8EY. A«*nt, jan26 dtf No. Id Union Street. ALBERT WEBB ftCO„ -DBALEEft XM Corn, Flour and Grain, HAAS or KEttlLL'S WHAKN, CeeaoawrwBel llraat,- . PwrtleeS, Me. _\_laUtf EDWARD H. BURGIlf~ WHOlWiH UOAI.KU IN Euvn. Weal and Flour, Alto. Ground Rock Salt. Commission Merchant FOE FUBCHASK AND ft A LB OF Barley, Rye and Oats. tWl'ara loaded with Cora In balk free of charge. Wiiekoow Wo. 130 Commercial sited, And City Mills D^risv ltridm> __ junekeodom JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK, meMi dAwtf_ Tewfle Street. Scotch Canvas, -roi SALE ET JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Batk, We. (lA/l BOLTS Superior Bleached 1 «V/U too do All Loan flax "Got- I . erxmeat oontmot," I 100 do Extra All Long flax f Arbroath, SX) do Navy Fine J Dellvared la Portlaad or Boetoa. Bath. AvctlflO.iflflfl. apMflU R. E MOVA L . DR. NEWTON HAS removed hi. reeideaee to AT#. 37 Middle Street, oorner of Frmklin itreet. Offieeh. heretofore. No. 116 Bxckanqe Street, la Noble'. Blook. ap •tain. Office honr» from » to 10 A. M., from 2 to 3, and from 8 to » o'clock r. M. Dr. N.wlU oontinue, In connection with freneraJ practice, to jfivespecial attention to DISMASKS Of FRMALM8. oaSldtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, PLUMBER! MAKER Of Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 194 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold aud Shower Baths Wash Bowls Brass dr Silver Plated Cocks, EVERY description of Water Fixtures for Dwel ling Houses, Hotels, Public Buildings, Shop*. Ac , arranged and set up in tbe best manner, and all orders in town or country fairhftTly executed. All kiuds of jobbing promptly attauded to. C'oustmatiy on hand LEAD PIPES. SHEEr LEAD and BRER PUMPS of all description*. a»>9 dtf <J. T. Lewis & Oo., Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in READY-MADE CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING GOODS, Chambert - . . JTo«. 1 and 2 Free Street Block, (Over H. J. Libby A Co.,) j' T. Lewu! PORTLAND. ME. • Jylliltf Tbe Cheapest Agency F>K collecting all classes of claims arising from the war Is that of the “MAINE WAK CLAIM ASSOCIATION," in which the expense* are controlled by a duvnter eeted Executive Committee. Apply in per,on. or by letter, to (iEORtit F. EMERY, over tbe Portland Pont Office, 3d etory. 4awly merchandise. Ilackmetack Ship Timber. OAK. Hackmatack. mud U.rd Wood I’lai.k udli from 12 to 2d lushes, Ireeu.ii e.i,n . L. TaYLOil. ' June2$d3m_ Galt's Whtrt, Port »ud. Treeniiiis. 100,000OA8 r8Et*A,ul- *>' SIMoNTON k KNIGHT. _ . , . *d Commercial Wharf. Portland, Jana IS, 1W4. jan.15.ltr ‘•Honey.*’ 7TC8 PRIME CUBA HUNKY, for tale in hood on duty paid. , THOMAS ASENCIO k CO. Juno 10. —Irdtf Sugar and Molasses. 300 HUDS. | CHOICE MUSCOVADO SU» 10 TC8. | GAB. 3i' wM08 superior Muscorado, and 3i i.*-8 Clayed Molasses, v.. . *l “BL8 fJu,u sierra Morena. aow landing and lor sale by marStf ‘ Ah ASKtfeiO fe CO., ’*•!**' _ > u.iom Uouw Wharf. Sierra Moreua Molasses. O‘>r;uH08 . **** do TI one to I CU0,t£ SftBR* MORENA WBBLS ) SOU488E8. Now lauding from Urlg "C. H Kennedy” w. a rUua A8“!"-IU k CO., MayE-tf_c. u Wharf. Scotch Canvass. 1 20 BOLTS—from the factory of Oarid Cor ear k Sous, Leith—a sail doth of superior laality—just reoeived per '•Jura”, and for ante he MU,f,,i.VJ4S£ WANTS, EOST,FOUND Boy Missing. RAN away from home on the SOth lost . a lad about 12 yearn old. complexion dark,’brown whl.’ hUd. dr*rK eyCi* lte *efl eTH »*“» >»*d on wheti b» lrfi h me a red and bDck cheeked flannel il irt, mixed cotton |>ant*, •hoes end •locking* end ight koeeuth het. to ho ver will give eny iutorme r<Swe Elisabeth, Jaly 27. tff"™, Wanted. 4 GOOD terement of five room* tor e rmell f«w. D»otfrith°,,t ChiIdrei1, ihie office. B Wanted. * » TOBBK ">»b snd wif,. without family, a suite of rooim, ruruuhed comp'et. for I ;y2. dlw» Address G. C. B, P.ess oSce. Currants WanletT rpilE subscriber wants rromNlto j>i bushels Nice X Rip< urraafs, lor which he will pay the hiah wt market price, at his stota in Saccara. pa lylOdbwtf _ 11 8 CLAV- | a urriinix WHUted, 'IIUE highest market price paid for rip ; Currant* A la any quantities. ' 1 k MORSE, P.rt’.nd, July » -dkw./'” ^ B Board Wanted T atoung tuaa and hlawire: witbiptea minutes' tto..Te*i^,;V.r0,,,“"- Addr"'’ JylFdtf “&C- B-" Lock "°x *° a ° Pilot Wanted. A 81KADY. competent and capable man. having ZM. a thorough > uoa iedteof Portland Haiborand its outer approaches, U wanted for the piloage of tbe Moutbual Ici.i Stsaushii- toaroT'a Liverpool and Glasgow I.ine of Steamers the com ng wiuier. The l ilot engaaiug for thi- serrice will require,! to board tbe Meimvri ou side of tbe Bulwark Sooal aud Alova's Rock. Application, re letr.d by JAMES L. EAKMEIC. jylacSw No. 10 Kaeuange Street. Wunletl. A .X’ no* **** ,h*B rtnta.n yean of age, to act aa Carrier. Maat come well recommended_ Apply at the Coaating Room of tbe Press j> l»dtf Lout. STIiAtEO from Ihe pasture of Ur. Francis Rob eris, Ke.tbrook, last month, a three Tear o!d gray Colt, small sire; whoever well> return aim or in formation where tie mav be found, will be tuitabty rewarded, by calling at No ;» Spnue St _ FRANCIS K * MERY Portland, July 11.1*)4—off Krward ! ^TOLEN t.otn the subscriber on Tuesday Eren O |B Pi*fee's auction room, a Call Skin rock* I Bo. k coutaiuc 4 in rooupr. a not*- anuuil lloi.£ti<ui laurtiBiu, tor 9L0,dud nut RajAiuot isharles uoop r for §12. i u«aUhc rvward w.Jl b* paid of th« propoity and the detec tion ot th« thiol. Tune l—tf GEORGE BECK Board. c CITS of Rooms, will. Board, can be obtained by kj applyiug immediately at » iyaaforth street. May 11th. mayUdtf THE BOSTON FIKE BKICK And Clay Retort Manufacturing Co., Works, 394 Federal street, OtBcc and Warehouse '.8 Liberty Square and 7 Battery march St, manufacture F ire Brick, all shapes and sires, for furnaces required to itaaa Ibe most intense beat also Furnace Blocks and Slabs, Locomotive Fire Blocks, Bakers' Clean sad Green house Tiles. Clay Retorts aud aeee atari Tiles to set them. Fire Cement, Fire Clay aad Kaoiia The undersigned will give their special attentloa that ali ord. rs for the abova avaaufactareara eaeca ted with promptness. JAMES E MONO *CO. 8“tW*"JAal*,rr*' 13 Liberty Square. Boston, nchil Boddm The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the best Inatrumrnta of their class in the world. Nearly all tbe most prumineu' artists la tbe eouatry have givea written testimony to this effect, and these instruments are in constant use in the concerts ol the most distinguished artists— as Gottaehalk aad atbers—as well as in tbe . ret iu tbe principal cit ies whenever such ins'rameuts are Price Pi to frOUsach. These inst-umenta mar be found at the Music Rooms of the sabecriber. where they will be sold at the manufacturers’ prices. H. 8. EDWARDS, No.849} Stewart's Block, Congress St. __nprlldtf NOTICE. \VK >!«• undersigned having (old our Stock of YY.Coat aud Wood to M.ur* Ran,lull, McAIu ter I ,CV. do rbccrlu'iy rvromracod them to oar former cuntomer*. Ail penou* having demand* aguu*t u* are requotet tu prevent them lor acttlc. mrut. and all perron* indebted to u* are reqnetted to make immediate pa; meat at the old vtaa.1 where oqe ol the uoderaigued maybe found for the prevent _ , . , , SAWYKft ft WBITNKY. Tortland. Jane 6, 1864. juael&lSw Coal aud Wood! THE aubecriber having purchaaed the Stock of t'oai and Wood, and taken »he stand reoenti; occupied by Mora. Cm,rgrr f Whit mat, head of .wotae Wharf, are bow prepared lo »u| plr their former patroua and the public geuerailr. with a line a«aortmcut of H'SLL PICKED AXD SCKEMXED Old Company Lehigh, Sugar I^iul Lehigh, llaaellon la>hlgh. Lucuat Mountain. John’s While and Heel A*h. Diamond and Lor heir;. Together with the beet quality of Cumberland Coal ! A Sujxrior Coal/or Blacksmiths. Also. Hurd and Soli Wood. Delivered to order in any part of the city. The former customer* of Messrs Sawyer k Whit ney are re*pectlaily invited to give ua a call RANDALL. McALLISTLK k CO. Portland. June 13 1*84 — dir DUsolution. THK firm of Howard a Strout. as Attorney* ard Counsellor a* Law, U this day diuulv«d by mu tual consent. Either parti er will atteud to the *et tleiaent of of the busim** of the la-© tirm Mr. Howard will c >ntiuu« to occupy offi se9l Mid dle street, over Casco Bauk. Mr Strout w*B occupy office 106 Middle street, opposite head ol Plumb s reet. JoairH Howard. Ss wall C. STROUT. Portland. June 27. 1m’*4 —d8iu llomcr ipathio .Medlciies, IN all forma may be ^btaiaed at the store of S H Coles worthy, VJ Exchaugc St., where the sub scriber will be from 9 o’cl< ck a m until 4 o’clcck r. m Old Case a renewed aud bot’Us tilled. Refers to Dr*. E Clark, M Dodge ‘and C II Burr. jy«M8w _M. 8MAVKY Hoard. VKEW more Boarders can be accommodated at 72 Dan forth street, two doors abo\t Brmkett. Applv SOMfe |U|,H fflHK subscriber hereby gives public notice to all 1. concerned, that he har been duly appointed and taken upou himself the trust of Administrator with the will anuexed o theewtateof JACOB W. LORTNO, late of Yarmouth, in theCouutr c aaed, by giviug bond as the law directs: hdfbert fore requests all persons who are indebted to the said deceased's estate, to make immediate psyRfft j^. those who have any demands thereon, to exhibit the same for settlement to _ _ _ . PRENTISS LOBJNG. of Portland. Yarmouth, July 19,1964. v9w CLOTHING. “ H.BM O V A T. JOSIAH BURLEIGH ■AS BXVOTID TO NEW STORE, EVANS’ BLOCK, Nos. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH B URLEIGHj Wholesale and Retail Dealer la Cothiig'CotlM, Tailors’ Trimmings, -ABt»- • GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, *41 * 143 NIUJc Street. JOSIAH BIIKLEIgm, Agratfsrb *« & Btker’aoeltbnud Sewing Maohines, Mm. 141 * 143 Middle Street. NATHAN GOOLD Will <a; to hia friend* that ha may ho loaad at Bar. lolch e. No. 141 k 143 Middle rtfeei. whore ho will bo pleaeod to watt apoa hia former caaturner,. Portland. Maroh 34, 1364. dtf . JUST RECEIVED I ROIX1NS & ROM), H^o^e*^ ,heir “d "**»•< • *««• eleoaet styles c LOTUS! ARE PREPARED TO Show Them to Their Cos toners. A too, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, la Great Variety, -AT 95 ^Middle Street. mayStf U N I o N Mutual Life Insurance Go. IXCOBTUlAIEfibi the STATE OF MAINE Charter Perpetual. Organized, ISO. DIRECTOR’S OFFICE. State Street. . • . . lioeton, Ram. Preeidenl-BMAXr' CRO( EE ft I ice-President— DJJilSL SteeEP Secretary—IT H BVLLIkTSM. „ , h. o. wTLsox. General Manager of Agencies m Ike .Yew England Mates. Assets. 31st rectmUr, IMS, SSSS.OSS.4t Losses Paid to dais. S7SO.OSO.OO Deadend Paid u Cask to date, S340,S3ti .o» THIS Company oAnpeculiar advantage. toper sons intending to in.ure tntir lire., in He mety sod .tebilitr, kqulirt In its iourt«.n years' exi.n whlcl‘' «•“*"* capita* of *^U*'^0■,a?IOl■n,* to e™three-^e.rtrreol e million ol dollar., being more then two hundred thon.nnd dollnre in exee.. of il. liabilities lor the of ell cut .lending ri.k*: mine tic. title* pnient.d i» it* xccommodttinr *1 item ot payment* of premi to the large uumber. diversified tend ilk d* and oocnpationt. various sges and localities of livtt in •nred. filing the large*r requisite grope for the opo ration ol the law* of average mortality, and the am ple*! guaranty to the insured for the benefit* there of; in he division oi profit the or rim/ at portion ment of which having lor the pa*t fourteen \ ear* /or'*/*r «*U ol the piemiumepaid. Policies are ifemd upon all the pin • mail with Lett* Insurance < emp me*, and at a* iov iaU* as is consistent writ ha view to » quit) and solvency. *"•***•• desiring Agritcir- in owns where the cotn nauy have none, and tho-e wishing Traveling A gen ciea within the * ew Logistic! Ma ts, will *r.i-|\ to U H WILSON. «i State 8t*»t, Bo.!o. “inn, such re erence. or iufonaati'n a* to ag •. preeeut end pent badne... u wl 1 enable him to lorm Jadg neent In regard thereto. Jnel4d3m Carria ges, G arria ges! Finally Railt aa* Neatly*. J. P. LIBBEY, No. 20 Preble St., OFFRRs for sale, at hia esfstJbLm'tt. ■ variety of Carriage# made in the neatest and most *»b stantial manaer. The a«K itmeit «< mtn** f all the dif-rent *4)lee of Light Carriage*. and they will bo sold oa the moet fevorable term* Per* n« intend ing to purchase Carriage* will find it for their inter e*t to call and examine before buying s*c where iunefrdtf BRADFORD * EARMOB. Pension and Claim Agent*, tE.tabli.hed in IH1.) STILL continue to derofe their .peeiel erd rxele* are atteniioB to the proe-cuion of Claim, tor Pension*, Bonn tie*, Arrears of Pay an* Ptiae Roney, And *11 other el*im. against the Government, h.r ing been duly therefor. IT" All advice free. Term, ae low e. nt any oth •’Al.oej. and no pay icquieo a a til Hte claim, are obtained. Oflce 98 Exchange atreet, Jose Block F HAaUFUKD, ..... 2 K uakmoN. Junell.-dtf George XV. Hanson, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 74 Ri**le Street, Portlai *, Re. A .hare of patronage rcepctfnlly .ohciled end •atiafacthm giro*. Orders from the oonatry promptly attended te. Addieas George W. Sacaut, 74 Middle atreet, Boom No 10. ap .loir., Portland, Me. June 14—d3m Copatrtncmlilp NoUrr, — AID — BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT m if v —*--■-_v_i_ _ .. ... ... X formed a copartnership under the uainc of Metarl\iv & Berry, Tor tho purpose of emery lug on the BOOT AMD SHOE BUSINESS In tlliti brunches, sad hs>ing til the facilities tor get ltg np first class work for gentlemen sn.l lad et, wear, am now read) to execute all ardors with ueol uee- and oirpntch our work will be mads of the best orimported rtock. hr I he lest of workmen, and warranted to giro oer ret rattslactic u It it our alas that i ur word shall not be second to any in the l'ail ed States We hare alto completed a stock of ready-made work of the first quality, lor Ladlee, Qentl-men, and Children’s Wen ■elected from New York and Boston markets Our Ladles' work is from the celebrated Kuril Muun/acturg of New York. ► or Geutlemen's wear we hare the beet assortment ever offend for sale in this c<ty; such is fine French Patent Leather Boole; t>love Calr and Call Con gress lor gentle men's wear; Tatmt Leather Con gress, and C ail Congrats Balmoral and 1 ew French Buckle Boots. Ilxre yon seen the new style CRIMPEP-FHONI fil l CLI BOOT, now made by Net achy k Mer ry f For neatness, comfort aud beauty. it ■urpssses anything sear got up in this city. Call and see It; samples al way s on hand st the old stand of M. Mc Carthy. McCarthy * berry, No. 96 Eickaage Street. laneldtt _ A. A 8. SHURTLEFF A CO., NOS. V» A Y« niDDLE STKEET, PORTLAND. Manufacturers and Dealers in Men’» Boy*' and Tooth's Thick. Kip aad Calf Boots, Women’s Misses end Children's Ooet. Kid and Calf Balmoral*, Kubbers Bitoe ■took. Findings, Ao. WITH our superior fhcilltles for mane factaring, and a large ex* erieoce In the busito sa, wo wo are mbit to sell as low as In Boston or elsewhere. Dealer# are respect p-ily Invited to call aud ax amine our stock before purchasing. Reorders by mail oromptly attended to. rtland, April IS, IsM. dim

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