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

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated September 3, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER :i, 18G4. WHOLE NO. 67R PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN. Editor. published at So. 8*1EXCHANGE BTKEET.b} N. A. FOSTER *!n CO. Inn Pohtlaud Daily Pn*asi* published at S8.00 per year. Pub M aikbStatb Pause Is published every Thurs day if.OOper annum, in advance; 82.M IT paid within six months; and payment be delayed beyond the year. Hateeof Ailv«rtieina;‘. One inch ofapaoo in length of ooluiuu, constitute* a ■•ttqUAKB.'’ *1.60 per square daily flrst week; 76 cent* per week after; three insertion* or los*. 81.00; continuing eve ry other day after flrst week, 60 cent*. UHf square, three inserliou* or lose. 76 cent* tone Week, 81.00; 60 oeut* per week after. * Latter heud of Amubbm kkts, *8.00 uoreqaare per week; three insertion* or lee*, 51,50. flrnoiAL Nouoaa, 81.76 per square flrst week, *l,i 0 per square after; three insertion, or less, 81.S6; half a square, three insertions, 81.00; one week, tl.fe. Advertisement* inserted in the Haiku 8tat» Paste (which has a large circulation In every part of the State) fbr 60 oents per square in addition to th6 abeve rates, for each insertion. J.aoAL Motiobb at usual rate*. Transientadv-rtliemeatf must be paid forin ad vance HCBtKUBB Notickb, In reading oolomn*. IS oent* per line for one insertion. No onargr losothan Ally oent* for each insertion. FidT*'All communication* Intended for the paper should be directed to the '■ grtitor qfthe Press,’• and lit sect a business character to the Publishers. C r~Jou raurrine oi every description vneouted wile dispatch. F. Tracy. Traveling Agent. a Saturday Morning, Sept 3, 1864. CHOICE BEADING TOE THE POLITI CALLY INTIBM. c The Philosophy ol the Rebellion. "The establishment of this Confederacy is veri ly a distinct reaction against the whole course of the mistaken civilisation of the age. For ‘Liberty, Equality, Fraternity,' we have ilelib eretuly substituted Slavery, Subordination and Government. Those social and political prob lems which rack and torture modern society we have undertaken to solve for ourselves, in our own way, and ujion our own principles. That ‘among equals equality is right;' among those who arenot naturally equal, equality is chaos; that there are slave races born to serve, master racesborn to govern. Such aie tbc fundamental principles which we inherit from the ancient world; which we lifted up in the face of a per verse generation that has forgotten the wisdom of its fathers; by those principles we lire, and in their defence ire have shown ourselves ready to die."—[Richmond Enquirer, June If, lSlKt. “The contest it not between the A'orth and the South as geographical sections, for between tuck sections merely, there can be no contest; nor be tween the people qf the A'orth and the people qf the South, for our relations have been pleasant, and on neutral grounds there is still nothing to eatrauge us." * * * “But the leal contest lies between the two forms qf society which have become established, the one at the North and the other at the South.” “Such are the two forms of society which had come to contest within the structure of the re cent I'niun, and the contest for existeuce was in evitable. Neither could concur in the requisi tions of the other.” '* • * “Like an eagle and a fish joined together by an indissoluble bond, • * where the eagle could not share the fluid suited to the fish and live, wbeie the fish could not share the fluid suited to the bird and live, aud where one must perish that the oth er may survive, unless the unnatural union shall be severed—so these societies would not if they could, concur.”—[Hon. L. W*. Spratt, of South Carolina, in the Confederate Congress. v* iuc licucin v. wiiw 111 a ii ini' vi Peace t “There are some things worse than hanging or extermination. We reckon giving up the right of self-government one of those things.” “ By self-government you mean disunion— southern independence?” “Md” “Aud slavery, you say, is no longer an ele ment in the contest.” “No, it is not, it never was an essential ele ment. It was only the means of bringing other conflicting elements to an earlier culmination.— It tired the musket which was already cap]>ed aud loaded. There are essential differences be tween the North and the South, that will, how ever this war may end, make them two na tions.” “Well, sir, if I understand you, the dispute between your government and ours is narrowed down to this: Union or disunion.” “Ves; or to put it in other words: Independ ence or subjugation.”—[Conversation between Jeff. Davis and Col. Jaques^ July 17, 1804. “The North would not let us govern ourselves; and se the war came, and now it must go on till the last man of this generation falls in his tracks, aud his children seize his musket and tight his battles, unless you acknowledge our right to self-government. We are not tigting for sla very. We are lighting for independence—aud that or extermination we will have.”—[Jeff. Davis to Col. Jaquest same conversation. “We will govern ourselves. We will do it if we have to see every southern plantation sacked and every southern city in flames.”—Ibid. “Say to Mr. Lincoln from me that I shall at any time lie pleased to receive proposals for peace on the basis of our independence. It will be useless to approach me on any other.” —[Ibul. “Mr. Davis can make peace on no other basis than in dependence. Recognition must be the beginning, middle and ending of all negotiations. Our people will accept peace on no other terms.” —[Judge Ouldt Rebel Commissioner qf Ex change. “Some of our old men, who are wean in the knees, may want peace on any terms; but the southern people will not have it without inde pendence. Mr. Davis knows them, aud you will tiud he will insist upon that. Concede that, and we’ll not quarrel about minor matters.”— Ibid. Peace Scouted “It [peace] lias become a hateful word, and should be left exclusively to the use of Buffalo orators in a neighboring State, if any of that sort still drivel and snivel. Let us get rid of the whole vile cant, aud say at once we are for war, and uothiug but war, until, as Davis is said to have said, “the last of this generation falls in his tracks,” and then we mean to pass it to the nett as an inheritance. It is for those who have unjustly invaded our country to offer us peace; aud when they do, they will still offer it in vuiu until their armed men are withdrawn from the soil of these Confederate States, aud the lelon flag of stripes is hauled down from every fort within our borders. After that it will be time enough to prate alaiut ]ieace. Now the very word is nonsense.—[Richmond Examiner. Rebel Terms o( Peace. “Save on our own terms we can accept no peace whatever, and must fight till doomsday rather thau yield au iota of them, and our term's arc: Recognition by the enemy of the independence of the Confederate States. Withdrawal of the Yankee forces from every foot of Confederate ground, including Kentucky and Missouri. Withdrawal of the Yankee soldiers from Mary land until that State shall decide by a free you whether she shall remain in the old Union or ask admission into the Coutederacy. Consent on the part of the Federal Govern ment to give up to the Confederacy its prupor tion of the navy as it stood at the time of seces sion , or to pay for the same. Yielding up of all pretension on the part o: the Federal Government to that portion of tin old Territories which lies west of the Confeder ate States. An equitable settlement on tbc basis of ou: absolute independence wnd equal rights, of al accounts of the public debt and public lands and the advantages accruing from fortigu treat ies. These provisions, we apprehend, comprise tin minimum of what we must require before w< lay dowp our arms. That is to say, the Nortl must yield all,—we nothing. The whole pro tension of that country to prevent by force tin separation of the States must be abandoned which will be equivalent to an avowal that ou enemies were wrong from the first, and, o course, as they waged a causeless and wi’okcc war upon us, they ought in strict justice to b required, aooordiug to usage iusuch cases, to rt imburse to us the whole of our expenses an losses in the course of that war. * * * <)uo more we say it is all or nothing. This(’onfedet acy or the Yankee nation, one or other, goi down, down to perdition. That is to say , one i the other must furfeit its national existence at: lie at the mercy of its mortal enemy.’’—r Kin inond Enquirer, Oct. 16,1863. Food for Reflection, lor “Pence” Demi ernts. “The North may cease to carry on active ho tilities long before it will consent to rccogui our independence, and enter into formal terr of peace with us. • * * They are in terrili dread of an invasion by us of the North, ai more busy iu trying to devise way s and inea It repel sueh apprehended invasion than in i ncwed attempts to subdue the South. * * * A war ut invasion of the North, will suspend their wages; their daily pay as soldiers, in green backs, will amount to nothing. * • * The North will not rise to defend itself; but the inass i es will cry aloud for peace ! For no matter who conquers, no matter what the terms of peace— peace will give them employment—without which they cannot live. The Federal Govern ment is bankrupt, and has n<» menus left where with to feed and clothe its soldiers and their fam ilies. It is not, on the whole, at all improbable that we may this Fall invade the North, ami on her soil dictate the terms of peace. At all events, it is worth trying. The North is just about to , become bankrupt in men and iu means, and now is the time to push her to the wall. A just ret ribution demands that we retaliate on her the cruelties she has inflicted on us.’*—[Richmond Sentinel, Aug. N. “ Peace a Hateful \Vord.,, “It [Peace] has become a hateful word, and should be left exclusively to the use of Buffalo orators in a neighboring State, if any of that sort still drived and snivel. Let us get rid of the whole vile cant, and say at once we are for war, and nothing but war, until, as Davis is said to have said, * the last of this generation falls in his tracks,* and then that we mean to pass it to the next as an inheritance. It is for those who have unjustly and wantouly invaded onr country to offer us peace: and when they de, they will still offer it in vain until their armed men are with drawn from the sod of these Confederate States, and the felon flag q/ stripe* is hurled down from every fort within our borders. After that it will be time enough to prate about peace ATow the j very word is nonsense."—[Richmond Examiner, Aug. 13th. From the Maine Thirtieth. Portland, Sept. 1st, 1684. "To tht Editor of tke I'rrtt I copy from a letter (I have just received) the following account of the march which the SOt'u Kegiment have uudergone since they left Hallstowu. If you think it of sufficient inter est, will you please give jt a place in your val uable paper, for the benetlt of those who have friends In that regiment. L. c. P. Winchester, Va., Aug. loth, 1804. We have had another long march to under- ! go, and 1 don’t think it is ended yet, nor do 1 expect we shall stop until we go into winter quarters. The last I wrote you was the 8th. I 1 will now give you the account from my dia ry from that date. Monday, Aug. 8tli, llailstown. Fine day. We expect to move at any moment; have sent all baggage we possibly could to the rear, as we are only allowed one wagon to the regi ui ut. Tu. sday, 9th. Still in camp at Ilalls town: received a letter from home. Have just got orders to move at half past 4 o’clock to-morrow tnorniug. Wednesday, 10th. Fine morning—broke camp at 4 1-2, started at 5 on the inarch. Passed through the town of Charles town, Va. 1 went into the Court House where John Brown was tried, and condemned to be hung as a rebel. The house was all iu ruins— saw the jail and place where he was hung. Walked 12 miles, it was very hot—we lost quite a number of men ou the march. There was not more than 60 meu Unit marched into camp an 1 stacked arms, for they tell down by the roadside almost dead. Out of some com |w»nies there was not more than two or three to a company. 1 was most played out myself, but I got to camp iu good tune to get supper. Thursday, 11th—Hue day but very hot—broke camp at. 4 o'clock A. U.—started on the march at 5. Passed through the town of Berrysville, number of rebels killed—foraged a small tur key—was near caught by the l'rovost Marshal. Friday, 12lli—fine morniug. Broke camp at 4 am. Our regiment does guard duty on the wagon train—marched through Newtown and Middletown, walked 12 miles—are within one mile of the Slienaudoali river. The rebels have i burned the bridge to preveut us following them—they are liring across the river quite sharp. Saturday, 13th—tine morning—delay ed ou account of the bridge being burnt. Cross ad the river—stopped ail day ou a hill, about one mile born Middletown.. 1 saw quite a number of rebel prisoners, and talked *with them. 14th—pleasaut morning. Broke camp at 5 am—marched through the same town back attain, guarding a traiu of wagons. Halted in the woods sometime—received a mail on horse-back—got a letter from home. Started on the march and passed through a small town called Currinvtlie—marched 11 miles to day—hailed and camped within one mile and a halfof Winchester. Expected au attack ail the Way ou the march—the meu were drawn up in line and their guns all loaded, hut the ret s did not show their heads. Monday 15th, broke camp at 5 o’clock and marched into the town of Winchester (at 10 before six iu the morning I with mu sic, and formed iu line iu the streets of the tow u. It is a very pretty place, though there is a good part of it destroy ed, some 120 build ings. Our regiment Is quartered in in old German church, it has been used sometime lor the soldiers. The lleld ami stall' officers have got a small building near the church, which X suppose the minister or deacon be longing to the church used to live in.. They have got the lirst story for their kitchen and dining room and in the upper story 'the offi cers sleep and ba*<; a pleasant time. 1 feel quite well about living in a house, though it seems strange to boon a level door and have no bushes aud tries to cut away in order to get a place to lie down. But all that 1 am afraid of is, that we will have to leave here, au l take to the woods again. We made a ta ble and some seat* out of the church pews; it seems to bad but it cannot be helped. Tues day, Kith, s; ill at Winchester, the 19th Corp has returned from the front, and are now wi;hus. Well it is just as I expected. We have just received orders to march out of town one mile; started at 2 o'clock, camped in a large Held, at 11 o'clock got orders to i move again right off. Wednesday, lCtli, line day, marched 17 millarrived in camp at 11 o’clock I*. M., camped in a grave yard, ate our rations on the top of tile graves; a>l we can get to eat cow is green apples and green corn. Marched again the same day at# P. M., went 7 miles halted within one mile of Berryville. Thursday, 19th. Broke camp at 5 A. M. Marched to withiu one mile of Charleston. V*.; halted in a Held, at 11 o’clock started again, went a short distauce aud baited in the woods; got supper. .Started again at half past seven 1*. M., went through Charlestou and camped for the night two miles from the i town. Friday 19tl>. Iu camp near Charleston ;ex pect to move at any moment. We are quite short, of provisions. Nothing going on in camp lo-day. Saturday, 20th. Fiourings Springs. I hope we shall soou have a chance to rest a week in one place lor it is very luril lor us to be ou the march all the time. We have just re ceived orders to move again. Sunday, 21st. Bnlouar Heights. We have ji! t marched lour miles and camped at this P ace, two miles from Harper's Ferry. There lsquile sharp liriug at the front this morning. We are all ready to give Ihe rebels fits if they show themselves. Hall-town, Aug. 35. We are now on a Urge liitl In front of Hallstown. Our regi ment has male breastworks of largo trees. We have a good position for a light. There is very sharp tiring about one mile aud a half from here, it coiumenc d last Sunday at day break and w arc n .w giving it to them with shell, "icsterday our lorces moved out with 111 ;c brigades, the Mh Corps, to find out how large force the rebels had, aud in so doing they bad a smart little tight. The rebs kuow better than to advance towards us, where we now are, lor they know we have got the be«t position. They keep in the woods about all the lime. There is not much news to write about,except the cannonading, and that we are so used to that we don’t think it worth ■ writing about. 1 am glad to hear that (ien. Fessenden is getting well; If lie was only here we sho lid be all right. We shall all be glad to i see him back again. I shall lie glad when , Col. Hubbard gets hack. Quartermaster Cof ' fin is with us again. l)r. Carr is said to be in f Washington, and wilt report to the regiroenl 1 soon. We expect soon to be paid otT. Di ' r#c* your letters to the noth Maine regiment ; liHh Corps, 1st Div., 3d Brigade, Washington | J D. C. J l’ * - Qourts&ip and Marriage among Australia! r. Natives. ti la the civilized world, where a man seeks e partner for life from the softer sex, gentle ape persuasive mean®, with ofleu a long courtship are adopted to try aud win the fair one’s baud >- But in Australia the aborigines have quite * different mode. They watch an opportunity s- whe i some damsel suited to their taste, am le not belonging to their own trine, is near. au< is tht*n, with a blow of a “waddle,” (woodei le club; very cooly knock her down and carr; id her oil as a prize. If he gets her thus awa] is the affair is looked upon as perfectly correc »- and all that has then to be done is for the tw< tribe*-_tlu* husband's ami that of his abducted bride—to tight it out. Of course, it ofteu happen* that neither of the tribes have had a desire to tight, for it takes a long time to screw up their courage to a pitched pattle, and. therefore, the ardent swain and his selected damsel frequently meet with ill grace from their respective people. Harry's case was precisely this. lie went away to a place where probably he had seen the damsel before, and then hiding himself in a thicket, waited for her approach. She came, poor, unsuspect ing maiden! He knew she was not a wife, for the lapct or apron worn by females before marriage, and thrown away afterward, was to be seen, therefore he determined to have iter as his own. Watching an opportunity he sud denly sprang out of bis lair, and, dear loving swain, with a-heavy blow of bis club upon her bead felled her to the ground. He then bore her away, and, as we must suppose, by some other more teuder means persuaded her to bo his wife. The Swamp Angel at Charleston. On the 21st of August, at half-past one, A. M., 1 was lying on my bed in the Charleston Hotel, unable to sleep from the excessive heal, and listening to the mouutonous sound ol the cannonade kept up on the enemy’s po sition from the batteries on James Island. Kestless and weary of the night, 1 had light ed a candle in defiance of the mosquitoes, and sought to pass away the time with a volume of "Les Miserables.” It happened to be the one containing the account of the battle of Waterloo; and while deeply interested in the cuirassiers, 1 was startled by a noise that, from conection with my reading, resembled the wltirr of a phantom brigade of cavalry galloping in mid-air. My first leeling was that of utter astonish ment ; but a crash, succeeded by a deafening explosion in the very street on which my apartment was situated, brought me with a bound into the center of the room. Looking from the window, 1 saw smoke and fire issu ing from a house in which were stored the drugs of a medical purveyor. A watchman was running frantically down the street, and when he reached the corner just below ine, commenced striking with hia stall against the curb; a signal of alarm practised amongst the Charleston Police. At first I thought a meteor had fallen; but another awful whirr and rush right over the hotel, and another explosion beyond, settled any doubts I might have had—the city was being shelled. Peo ple are not given to laughing under such cir cumstances, but I will defy any one who wit nessed what I witnessed on leaving my room, not to have given way to mirth in modera tion. The hotel was crowded with speculators, who had been attracted to the city by the sale of some blockade cargoes, and the corri dors were filled with these terrified gentle men. rushing about in the scantiest of cos tumes and the wildest alarm. One perspiriug individual, of portly proportions, was trot ting to and fro, with oue boot on and the oth er in his hand, and this was nearly all the dress he could hoast of. In his excitement and terror he had forgotten the number of his room, from which he had hastened at the first alarm, and his distress was ludicrous to behold. Another, in a semi-state of nudity, with a portion of his garments on his arm, barked the shins of every one in his way, in his efforts to drag an enormous trunk to the stAirriLki* Ou reaching the hall I found a motley crowd; some of whom with the biggest of words were cursing the Federal commanders. Whirr! came auotuer shell over the roof, and down on their laces went every man of them iuto tobacco juice and cigar ends and clatter ing among the spittoons. 1 need not say that this is a class of men Irom whom the Confed eracy hopes nothing; on the coutrary, by their extortion practiced ou a suffering people, they have made themselves execrated. If a shell could have fallen in their midst aud ex terminated the whole race of hucksters, it would have been of great benefit to the South. Tiie population was now aroused, the streets filled w iiii women and children, making to the upper part of the city, where they would find comparative safety. • * The voiuuleer fire brigades brought out their engines, aud parties of the citizen re serves were organized rapidly aud quietly to be in readinees to give assistance when re quired. The first engine that reached the house struck by the first shell was one tielong ing to a negro company, aui at it they went w ith a will, subduing tbe fire in a marvellous ly short time. At every successive whirr above them the niggers shouted quaint invec tives against ‘cussed boholitiouisls,' scattering fur shelter, until the danger was passed. Through the streets I went on down to the Battery Promenade, meeting on my way sick aud bed-ridden people, carried from their homes on mattresses, and mothers with infants in their arms, running they knew not whither. Reaching the Promenade, I cast my eyes to wards the Federal position, and presently be yond James Island across the marsh that separates it from Morris Island, came a Hash and then a dull report, and after an interval of some seconds, a frightful rushing sound above me told the path the shell had taken; its (light must have been five milus! [Corn hill Magazine. NOR EKECT1 N<» TUR Custom House at Portland,Maine. Trbabiry Department. I August 26, 1S04 j PROPOSALS will be received ei this department until tlie 20th ot September, 1804, at 12 o'clook noon, for the count ruction ol the » u.-iom lit u>e au thorued to be erecied at Portland, 11c, accoiding to the plansaud specihcations prepared at this Depart ment; eaid proposals to be either lor the whole building, or separate for different kinds of work : tbe Department reserving the right to reject or accept the proposals hereby invited, or any part thereof, where it deems the interest ot the fulled Stat* * re quires it; the Department also reserving the right to exclude the bid of auy persou or persons, whom there is just cause to believe will not laithfully per form the contract . Also all bid* that upon investi gation arc- below a fair price lor the work. Bids will not be received iti gre ss, and tlie Depart ment having prepared a scheoule oi the approxi mate quantities of each kind oi work and material required, (which schedule may be had at the oflice of the £>u|x>rw*ing Architect, treasury repartinent) tuo biddsr will he required to affix hi* prioes thereto lor such articles and kind^pf w ork as he proposes to bid for. and then carry the whole out in one gross amount. Ninety per cent, of tlie amount of the work done and material delivered according to contract price, (said ainouut to be ascertained by the estimate of an Agent ol the Department appointed for that pur pose) will be paid irom time to time as the work pro gresses, and teu per cent, retained until the comnle tion of the contract, and acceptance oi the work by the Agent aforesaid, and be torleited in the event of the uoD-fullillmcnt of the* contract. Contracts will be awarded only to Master Builders and Mechanic*, and the assignment thereof, except by consent of tbe Secretary ot the Treasury, will be a forfeiture ot the same Each proposal most be accompanied by a guaran I tee. signed bv two responsible persons, (certified to , be so by the United Slate* District Judge or Attai nt*/ ol said District), in the sum of $6.000,U0 lor the w hole work, or of a proportionate amount if for any part, that the bidder will, when required, if bis pro posal be accepted, enter iuto a contract and bond, with suficient securities fot its laithiul periortuancc. Forms of the bond and certificate required; also the plans, specifications and working drawing will be tut: is ed on application to the Supervising Ar chitect of the Department. No bid will be considered, unless it fully complies in all its details with the requirements oi this adver . tisement. 1 he Proposals must be sent to this Department ad dressed to Isaiah Rogers, Supervising Architect, and plfciuly endorsesd: • Proposals for the Portland ( ustem House." Proposals will also he received at the same time for the old Custom House* buildiug and material! therein, (the four granite columns on Fore street excepted) to be removed within sixty (60) days from date of the award, and in case the sate of the same be aw arded to the successtul bidder for the new Cus tom House, the amount of same will be taken a* pari payment of his contract. ISAIAH BOOER8, Supervising Architect. Sept 2—dtd Seizure ol Goodx, N OTICE is hereby given thdt the following de scribed goods w re seised at this port, on th< days hereinafter mentioned, lor a violation of tin Revenue i aw? — June 24 1864. on wharf Iron •team»r from St. John, N. B., 1 bbl. Whiskey, \ case* Wine (of 12 bottles each) July 16, 1864, or board brig 1 ho?. Conner, 2 bbis Molasses, July 26 1*64, on board a team 1 bbl feugar, 1 bag Sugar. August 6th, 1864. on board brig Manba A. Berry, bbl Molasses August 11, 1864. ou board brig C’al muck 2 bbl* Molasses Augn?t Id, 1864, on boart , brig C. H. Kennedy 4 bbls Molasses. Any person or persons, desiring the same, are re quested to appear and make such claim.within uir.e ty days from 1 he day of the date bereot; otherwise the raid goods will br di posed of in accordance w it! the act of Congress, approved April 2, 1844. 1. WASH BURN, Jb., Collector. Sept 2—dlaw3w Notice. mUE undersigned being, a portion of the person J. named in Section 1st of aw act eutitled * An a< , to incorporate the Newtugland Screw Steamshi ' Company," hereby give pnblic notice that the fin meeting of said corporation for the purpose ot o: g&nuation, will be held at the Portland and N*’ York Steam-hip office, on Brown's Wharf, Ihur I day, September 16th, 1B64, at 2 1-2 o’clock. P M St. John smith, John B Bkovvn, Mask P. Emery, Phillip U. Brown, Henry Fox. |i fort laud, Sspt.l, 1864, dtd I N S U R A N C E. OF KICK OF THK ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, new yoke, January 26, i«04. rilli K Trustees, in coiilormity to the Charter of the .1. Company, submit the following statement ot it** affairs on the 31st December. »So3: Premiums received on Marine Risks, from 1st January, 1803, to 31»t Dt - comber, 1863, *3,214,398 93 Premiums ou 1'olioios uot marked off 1st January, 1803, 1,706.602 24 Total amount of Marino Premium*. *19,U06,U01 17 No Policies have been i: sued upon Life Risk*; nor upou Fire Risks discon nect* <i with Marino Risks. Premiums marked off from 1st Jan , i 1863, to 31st December. 1833, *7,697.666 66 Losses paid during the same period, 3.8t>5,6ol 04 Returns of Premiums and Expenses, 1.082,967 48 The Company has the following Assets, via: Unit* d State* and Stab-of New York 6tock,City. Bank and other Stocks, *3.492.631 30 Loans secured by Stocks,andotherwise, 1,460.700 00 Real Estate and Bonds and Mortgages, 193,700 00 Dividend* op Stocks,Interest on Bonds and Mortgages and other Loans.suu dry Notes, re •insurance and other claim* due the Corup'y , estimated at 104,964 51 Premium Note* and Bili< Receivable, 3,278,076 63 Cash in Bank, 744.813 88 Total amount of Assets, S9.j65.456 32 Six per cent Interest on the outstanding certifi cates ot profits will b paid to the holders thereof, or their legal representatives, ou and alter Tuesday, the Second of February next. After reserving Three and One half Million Dollars of profits, the outstanding certificates of the issue of 1862. will be redeemed and paid to the holders there of, or their legal representative a, on and after Tues day, the Second of February next, from which date all interest thereon will cease. The certificate* to be produced at the time oi payment, and cancelled. A Dividend of Forty Per Cent, is declared on the net earned premiums of the Company, tor the year ending 3Dt December, 1833, for which certificates will be issued, on and after Tuesday, the Fifth of April next. The Profits of the Company .ascertained From the 1st of the 1st of Jan., 1863, foe. which Certificates were issued, amount to *14,328,880 Additional from 1st Jan., 1863, to lat J an uary, 1864, 2.630,000 Total profits for 21} years. *16,968,880 The Certificates previous to 1862, have been redeemed by ca*h, 11,690.210 Net sarniugs remaining w ith the Com pany. on 1st January, 1864, *5,268,670 By order of the Board, W. TOWNSEND JONES, Secratary. TRUSTEES. John D. Jones, David Lane, Charles Denuis, James Bry^e, W. H. H. Moore, Wm. Sturgis, Jr,§ Tho*. liteuton, II. K. Bogort, Henry Coit, A A. Low, W.C. Pickersgill, Wm K Dodge. Lewis Curtis, Denui* Perkins, Chas. H. Russell, Jos. UaUlard, jr., Lowell Holbrook, J. Henry Burgy, P. A. H&rgous, Cornelius Grinuell K. W. Weston, C. A Hand, Koval Phelps Watts Sherman, Caleb BaLrstow, E. E. Morgan, A. P. Pillot, H. J. Howland, Leroy M Willey, Bcnj. Babcock. Daniel S. Miller, Fletcher Wastray, 8. T. Niooll, K. B. Minturn, jr., Josh a J Henry, G. W. Burnham, Geo. G. Hobson, Fred. Chauncey, James Low. JOHN D. JONES. President. CHARLES DENNIS. Vice President. W. H. U. MOORE. 2d Vice President. CF"“Applications forwarde d and Onex Policim procured by JOHN W. MUNGER, Agent, No. 100 Fore street, head of Long Wharf, PORTLAND, MR. June 3.—w2wfteodtojan29 Life Insuranoo. THE IVIaThATTAN Life Insurance Company I o y xf, iv r o kk, • ——— Cash Capital mid Accumulation Over 41,700,000 ! HENRY STOKES, PRK*n>KXT. C. Y'. WEMPLE, Secretary. J. L. 11ALSEY. Asst. Secretary. 8. N. STEBB1N8. Actuary E. DWIGHT KENDALL, General Agt. This loug-established Company effers the follow ing advantage* to insurer*, viz: A large and increasing Capital, securely inrested. Immediate availability of the Dividends, in •ash; A permanent l<Htn of one half of the premium; and a feature. peculiar to this company, by which insurer* are protected against forfeitar© of the poll cy from circumstances of adversity. The company also issues nou-forleiting policies on the “Ten Year Plan.” Policies incontestible live years from date (the on ly company iu America having this provision in policies.) • Local Hoard of Reference: Hon William Willis. N. J. Miller. E*q.,CollectorInt. Revenue. Win Moulton, turn., l'net. Bank t umber land. W. W 'Thomas. Hsu., Pre«t. Canal Bank. J. B.Carroll, Esq., Merchant Jeremiah Dow, Esq., Soc'y Dirig* In*. Co. Wiu Kimball. Esq., Trca*. 8. Packet Co. Edward 8haw, E^'j ,8oc’y Port. Mut.Ins. Co. Messrs. Woodman. True ft Co. Messrs. II. J. Libby ft Co. Parties are Invited fo examine the merits of this company before effecting iusuranct . HENRY R. ol ICKNKY . Agent, Office No. 13 Moulton St. 8 II. Tewksbury. M. i>., J Medical C. W. Tu imab. M. D , j Examiners. Gentlemen of energy and responsibility in the different cities and towns of 31 mine, desirous of rep resenting The Manila*tan Life Insurance Co. will please address E DWIGHl KENDALL, General Agent Box No 2051 P. O., Portland. Aug 11.—eodlra DIRieO Insurance Co. of Portland, Me. OFFICE NO. 38 EXCHANGE ST. Authorized Capital, $500,000. CAPITAL PAID IN *300,0(10. Invested as follows:— Loans on Mortgages of Real Estate at two third* its value, §ftT.3CW Loans on pledge of L' nited States Securities, # 61,dW Loan* on pledge of City Scrip, ‘ 34 WO Loans ou pledge of Bank Stocks, 28.900 Loans on pledge of State of Maim Bonds, 24,600 Loans on pledge of Androscoggin County Bonds, 4.000 §200,000 upon all kind* of property m tlie city or country, liable to lo*s or damage by lire, at a* low rate* a* is taken by auy ether office. The patrouaso ol the merchaut*and citizen* generally ol Portland and vicinity, is most respectfully solicited. A. K 8HUKTLKFF, President. JEKLMIAII DOW, Secretary. DIRECTORS: J. 15. Brown, 8. E. Spring. I). W. Clark, J. b. Carroll, Jobu Lynch, U. 1. Robinson. TRUSTKKR : 8t. John Smith, H.J.I.ibbv, 11. N Jose, H. M Pavson, J N. Winslow, G.W. Woodman, Andrew Spring, Alvah Conant, 11 1. Robinson, PhilipH. Brown, C. H. Haskell, 8 C. Chase. Jeremiah Dow, K.O. Cram. Wm. Moulton. Portland, August 1,1SG4. —itdStm Copnrtni't'Hhip !Volicc« -AMD BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT milE subscribers having on the 7th day of May J. formed a copartnership under the name of MeCarUw ^ Bevvy For the purpose ol carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINES In all its branches, and having all the faci]j getting up Urst cla«s work ldr gentlemen ai' wear, are now ready to execute all orders^ ness and oPpatch Our work will be best ot imported stock, by the beet of \ warranted to give periect Ratisfaetioij^ that our Wor.i ntia.ll uot be second t od States. Wo hivr also conn : a stoj work of the tir st quality, lor Ladies, Gentlemen, and Seleoted from New 1 Our Ladies' work is Manufactory of New V I*or Gentlemen’s wear ever otiriv d for Mile in thi n Patent Leather Bootf . gress lor gentlemen’! gross, and Calf Cougri . buckle Boots. Have you aeon the v BUCKLE BOOT, no ry? For neatut^. • anything ever got u samples always on ; Carthy. McCAR llUMN MISCELLANEOUS. J. E. FERNALD & SON, Merchant Tailors, And Dealers in CientN FiirnifcliiiiK <ioo<l*, No. 87 Middle Street. Our facilities for supplying our customers' with promptness fidelity and despatch are unexcelled. Our Stock is large and desirable, presenting all the Novelties of the season. TEEMS “NET CASH " Portland, Aug 10, ISM.—dtf GRANT S COFFEE & SPICE MILLS. ORIGINAL S8TABUSUUKKT. j. Or 1st t , Wholesale Dealer in all kinds of COFFEE, SPICES, Snla*rntu* A 4 ream Tartar, Xttc Cofee and Spice Mills, 13 and 16 Union street, Portland, Me. Cbffoe and Spice# put up for the trade, with any address, in all variety ul packages, aud warrant' d as represented. Coffee roasted and grouud lor the trad*; at snort notide. ■t# All goods entrusted a ithe owner's risk march DM tf New N team M ill, Foot el Cross, between Fore k Commercial Ste. WINSLOW, "DOTEN & CO., WOULD iulorrn their former customers and the puWic geDeraby, that thev have fitted up their Sew Mill with New Machinery, and are now ready to do Planing. Matching and Jointing, also Sweep ami Circular Sawing. Wood Turning, tfc. We have in operation one of Messrs. Gray k Mood's new improved Planers, for PLANING OUT OF WIND. It will plans with the greatest accuracy from j inch in thickness to 12 inches square. Also AX IS DORR FIFTY FRET LOXO, For sawing heavy plank and edging boards. Pvticuiar attention giver to planing Ship Kuoes, Clapboards, aud heavy l imber. For the accommodation ot dealers aud others hav ing large lot* of boards to plane, we have in connec tion with the mill 17,000 square feet of yard room. jyl9eodtf «U»' TScT.Vd i^.-— lla^ison Block, WMdleSt.,No. 161. Scholarships good in any part of the United States .no Principal has had 20 years experience; is always on the spot, and attends to his business; and prom ises, as during the past 12 years, no pains shall be spared in the future. Five hundred references of the first class business men, with many others of this oity, will testify to the practical utility, capacious ness and completeness of my systems and manner <*f teaching, and citizen* of other cities have testified to the same. Diplomas will be awarded for thor ough courses. Able Assistants secured. Bartlett's Plan, the founder of Commercial (.'allege*, strictly adhered to as regards not copying. Certain times , will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidations.— Vo me all who hare failed to be taught a business hand-writing and I will guarantee to you succeos. Application solicited for Accountant*. Separate in struction given. Student* eau eater any time. Sep arate room* for Ladies. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate accounts adjusted. Ladies and Gentlemen that desire to take lessons, or a full, or a separate course, | ins dither Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law, Phonography, Higher Mathematics, Civil Kn gingering, surveying. Native Business Writing. Commercial Arithmetic. Correspond cnee, Card Harking, (and teaching from printed copies and Text Books wIM be avoided please oalL or addree* . the Principal. * K-^.BKOWN. Portland. Oct.2.1863. * oo29 eodAeowlv __ 4 Sewing Machine Improvements. ALL owners of approved Sewing Machines are invited to call at NO. 11 (’LAPP’S BLOCK, and sec the operation of two of the most important improvement* of the day— William’s Patent Crank Motion, ami Ihile’i Attachment. The former place* th* control of the machine en tirely under t e control oi tue feet of the operator, iireveutiug all backward motion of the wli*-eJ, al lowing the freedom of both hand* to handle the work, and raving tue bri sking of noodle* and the entangling of the thread. The latter wil. allow the free use of linen thread or of inferior cotton, and eutirely doe* away w ith the soaping of the cloth. Call and see and you will not fail to have them ap plied to your machines. JOHN 1’ORTKR, Agent. Mr Porter will put wachiues in order and teach the operator* bow to use them. »o that they will hive no trouble. Portland, Aug 10.1864. dtf The Cabinet Organs • MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the best instrument* of their class in the world. Nearly all the most prouunen* artists in the country have given written testimony to this effect, and these instrument* are in constant use in the concerts of the most distinguished artist*—a* Oottscbalk and others—a* well a* in the , ra* in the principal cit ies. whenever such instrument* are required. Price to 3500 each These instruments may be found at the Music Boom* of the subscriber, where they will be sold at the manufacturers’ prices. II. S. K4>WARDS, No.3491 Stewart’s Block, CongiessSt. aprl8dtf U. S. .HareUial’a Sale. United States or America, I District or J I PURSUANT to a Vend; Kxpo: to me directed from the lion. A*hur Ware, Judge of the Unit ed State* District Court, within and tor the District of Maine. 1 shall expo*** and Sell at Public Vendue to the highest bidder therefor, the following proper ty and merchaud'ze at the time aud place within said District a* follow*, viz — At the Custom House Building, on Fore street in Portkmd, on Monday the 5/A day qf September next, at ten o’clock, A. M. Six Cable or Brandt and Three Haukkij MolaSSEM AMD Two IHoUPAKU ClOAKB. The same hating been decreed forfeit to tlie Unit ed State* in the District Court lor said District, an ordered to be sold and the proceeds disposed of Cording to law. Dated at Portland this 19th day of August loot CHARLES CLARK, | U. 8. Ml Hint. U|1MM For the Islnn ■ ice 1 On and after June isfirf - ^s^^ASCt> will until leave Burnham's W and Cushings Island* at 9 ami 10 'r and 3 30 P.M. Returning will l** at 9 49 and 11.15 A. M . and 2.45 Tickets 25 cents, down and ha June 9—dtf II. M. tlar Ukitkh States ok District ok M PURSUANT te Ware, Judge Iwithiu and tor public n'-tloe in said Cou A l ibel THK 8 seize BUSINESS CARDS. PAPER BOX MANUFACTORY'. *1. 3?. Libby, NANUPACTUKSB OP P a por Boxes, Of ©very description, such as She© Boxes, Jewelry Boxen, Druggist Boxes, Collar Box os, Shelf Boxes, ConchologicalBoxet, PowderBoxes, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, fcc. 144 Middle St.* (UpStairs) Portland, Me. Juneld3m Dana A Co. Fish and Malt, Luther Dana, , *'« f 11 il 11.1, Woodbury Dana, J __ , John A. S. Dana ) J1 111 ll£« _ Juneldtf «T. Smith tfc Oo., MAMUFACTI'KIBS OP Leather Belting, Card Clothing. Iui»d Strap,, Brit Lrathrr Bart, tml Sidra, LF.ATTIKK TP'YMIXGS, fe., Hanaon’a Biook, 144 Middle St., Portland, Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory, Lewiston. H. M. IIkkw.b. (JnldSinj 1>. F. Koras JOHN T. KOuiiKsl A i d., Gommisnion Merchants, AND WdOLKBAU DKALKIiS IP tlour, Provisions & Groceries, No. 61 Commercial Street* £S«. B.kSgS. } PORTLAND, MB. juneldCm Wholesale and Retail. IX. Ij. DAVIS, Bookseller, Stationer,; AVD MANUPAtTURXn OP Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER HANGINGS. No, 63 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. juneldtt CHAS. J. SCHUMACHBE, Fresco ainl Banner Painter, No. 144 Middle Street, PORTLAND. MR. [JT Work executed iu ©very part of th© State. juneltf * RUFUS DUNHAM, Manu£actarrr and WUoloaakt Dealer In BRITANNIA —AMD— Plated Ware, JVro.218 Fort street, Portland - **.«,• Portland, May 17th. 1364. mayl7dti BURGESS, FOBES, & CO., XAVUVACTURIES OF Japan. White Lead, Zinc, Psiin(», Anti Ground Colors, AID DKALBRB IV Drugs Medicines, Paints, Oils & Varnishes. Paint and Color Factory, No. 29 Munjoy Si., Olttce 4 Salnro.M». 80 t’.n.mcrci.I St., (Thomas Block.) Hkxkt H. Buaoias, PiikTl )\It MS Ckablk. 8. Ku«s». V' may 13d tf BLAKE, JO\KH A t O., FLOUR & GRAIN DEALERS, And Eb ver. of yt ntt tn nnd C itdinii Produce, 137 CommercuU Strut, • ... Or—it* Mori. SSSTlSSUl POET LAUD. » " _>_j—ldtf JOHN LYNCH & CO., Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite Store*. - - - Commercial street, (Opposite bead Widgery Wharf,) John Lynch. ) 1‘efog Barker. J FORT LAN D, ML. Tho*. Lynch j Juneldtf _ DOLE A MOODY, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And W boleaale Demlere in FLOUE. COEN AND PEODUCE. No. 5 Galt Block, Coramoroal St, Andrew T Dole, j POKTLAND. MB. > rank lint.Moody. 1 jHMlddm LAME A LITTLE, Wholesale Dealer* in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AMD "W oolons, No. M- Middle street, A. Little, j % rOETLASD. ME. June7dtf E. K. Carriage Jla Preble Street. •yCarmgen order. business cards, BRADLEr, MOI LTOS A R„,KKS WlIOLIULK ilSALEUB m Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Themis Block, ROBERT PR ALKT, ) e.M moultok, J P<)HTliAHD,MM. A. «. BOWKEH. ) _ may3dtf W. W. CARR & ca, Having taken tbe fruit Btoit formerly oooapied a a. a a w v k k. No. 5 KiciuuKC Street, Arc prepared to Oder to tire trade a large and wail actuated stock o: Foreign and Domestic Fruit 1 Wholesale and Retail Ornate*. Spruce Grim. Losen^ei L*uioa«, Canary s«rd, Caadlea, tdlmea, Leman Syrup, Haney* Prunes, Cocoa Nate. FI Citron, Nat*., all Dates, Oi ires, Raltlus. TobafO*, Sarrtlnea, Clears. Fancy Canale* of all drocriptloa. ootS dtf IRA WINN, Agent, 1STo. 11 Union S"t., 1* prepared to furnish bIEA& EXCUSES and BOILEBS, of variou dies and yatterr>«, ?te»a fife aid i’iiiSffA, lihucvie^Bluftiu, Ptllcjt, t«, Lwht Horan Work of all dssoripUons, and nil kinds of work required iu building k'oaTimoATions. Irondtaifs and other Architectural Work. Houses, Stores, aud other buildings, fitted with Qae aud Steam in the beet manner. In connection with the above is sc Iron Foundry, with u large assortment of Bitterns, to which the attention of Machinists, Miilwrighta.tnd Ship-Build ers is invited—and all kind* ot Cue mgs famished nt short notice. B^Orders ior Machine Jobbing Bitterns ana Forgings, promptly cneontod. oetdtf SIN ttE K’ S SEWING MACFINESl WOODKIAN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS, Not. 64 and Stt.Mi Idle Street. HeedleiindTrimmiagtaiwayi on hand, mehistf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERJIALD, DENT1S 1, No- 170 MuUil > freet. Bbfbbbbcba .Dr*. Baoo ' and Buiui, Portland, May 36,1868. tf Dr. J. U. HEAJ D HAVING diapoeed cl hi* entire interest ia his Office to Dr. 8.C FERNALD, ''ouid cheerfully reoocmmc nd him to hie former path: its and the pu& lie. Dr. Pbkbalo, from ion* expe' ienec, is prepar ed to insert Artificial Teeth oath*-*' 'nloanite Base," and all other methods known to the profession. Portland. Mar 35. 1868 tf WOOD AND CD AC CIIE4P FOR CASH ! SPRING MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH. HKZILTON, SUGAR LOAF. OLD CC d PAN V LEHIGH. LO CUST MOUNTAIN .10H..S, DIAMOND. WEBS TER and BLACK HEATH. These Coals are of the very beet quality, well screened and picked, and warranted to give satisfaction. Also for sale beet of HAKD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Officb Comm bag lal 8t., head of Franklin Wharl 6. ROUNDS At HON. fob 16 dly _ WAHREVN littPOKVED FIRK A.ND WATER-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION, — ADD O-ravol Hoofing FOR FLAT HOOFS. K. HERSEY, Agent, Jan 2b dtf No. 16 Union Street. ALBERT WEBB * CO., -DBALBBB XM Corn, Flour and Grain, HIAD OF MERRILL'S WHARF, C-.Mr.UI Slr—L- - P.rtl——4, M*. EDWARD H. BURGIN, WHOLKBALB DBA LKR IX 1 Corn, Mesl and Flour, _HOTELS. HOdNT ZIKIO.Y HOlsE, AT THB Calibrated Mt. Zircon Mineral Spring*, MUton PLmtvlion, Mi., I« now opened to the public, and no paina |will be .-pared tins s. ason to meetthe wants [sad reader pleasant and interesting tna 1 - • u y r x '»•■'[ ■* And also so usual, i •till -J ar t cfi» apor than any other Bnaatr u5?*** iu England. ror cux of Dyipepoia, Kidney Complaint, Grav lliJJJ in th - Bladder, and others similar, I war JJJ* U*e of the water bylendid seen !!«« nd"L At iht-short distance 01 four ml lee Fall#, the largest in New kng #nd c"r**f«* to let Good Troat built ?> th« |tir**lll*i*,l<1 pouds. A new road was R^ruA^Ho^^ 01 I’Ml Office MUrwa. Mt 4lrto„, Me ; at.a^,j.”*»?ij,-^gar Siea-Sido House, HARPS WELL NECK, O A S C 0_ BAY. This elegant and commodious Bo te!, situated on the extremity ad Uarpeweti Mack, about half a mils wow the well-known Mansion _Uouso. has just been completed after thedesiKueoi o. M. Hakdieu, Esq., Architect, and under hut super in ten denoe, and will be open for company Ou and after the Fearth af July. The House is the largest establishment, construct cd expressly for the purpose of a Hotel, st any Wat ering 1'lace on the coast of Maine It is situated la the ootitrs oi a dense grove ot old trees, with ave nues and vista* opening to the waters of the Bay, bit-! a lew yards distant on either aide. Nearly -urrounded by the sea, and abundantly shaded by trees, the House baa a spacious and beau tiful verandah. extending over three hundred and thirty leet on Uimm* suits of the building, with wide and thoroughly ven.ilated halt* and corridors in the interior, so that visitors can eujoy the moot complex protection from the summer beat. The steamboat w ban and boat landings are on the west aide, but a tew a«ebe from the House. Ample facilities are at hand for boating ana tubing. On the east side is a due gravel botch, where the luxury of sea-bathing can be enjoyed at all times Of the tide. At a short distance on the northeast, across aa arm oi the sea, la Orr’s Island, celebrated by Mrs Beech er htowe’s well known novel. The Sts Side House i# accessible by land from Brunsw ick, tittoen mile* distant, by one of the Unset drives in the Male. au<l by daily steamboat from l’ortland throagn the inside passages among the Islands of the Bay. Visitors coming from the kenasbee and other parts of the interior, can leave the railroad at Bruns wick. and proceed by stage to Harps wall, or contin ue to Portland and take the steamer, which rune down and back twice a day. JOXX T. SMITE, Proprietor. Jr««f ___ BRADLEY'S HOTEL. American and European Plans, Cor, of Commercial ft India Sta. TbDHouM is .Taste* directly opposite |tk» Orauii trunk Kaiirost Depot, asd bead |o' Boston tod Tort laud »teamen Wh»rf [ Connected with tbti Homes to a »r*t elaaa Loy.ter and Dining Hail. JKS BKADLKY. 3r , b CO., FreprUtors. J. Bradley, Jr. F. H. Bradley. JeaeUddu Atlantic House, ICARBORO’ BEACH. TK118 Hou.'O having Wen enlarged mad |rfctitf»><! ihroujU ut will open for the MU* M Ison on Monday, Juue 13, 1804, E (iUKNldOV. N. B.—Poeitirely closed on tha Snbbntb to all transient ririton. JqfwgH BAY ” VIEW HOUSE, CAMDEN. The Saheeribere taka pieaeara la aa nouncing to their frit uiDaud ell Interested [in hading a first ela*« sep-cido Hotel aocom 1 modatious,that umlr new and spnoiotts Ho tel win be op*-n early in June. It contains all the mod ern improvements and every convenience for tha comfort anil accommodation ol the travelling pub ihe. It in tluely located, commanding an unrivalled ▼lew of the Penobscot Bay. Tbe a«ivantage* of sea bathing and tha facilities for Ashing and boating, are unsurpassed. For its beautiful scenery and de lightful drives and walks. Camden in already favor ably known as one of the most eligible and delight (hi a alaring places in hew England. Connected with the liotvl is a due Livery Mabie, horses and carriage* having been selected with great ears. Tha carriage* are from the best establishment* In tha country, and on the mo*t approved style*. 8 team boat la ruling# easy of access; steamers touching ev ery day in tbe week. telegraph communication with ail part* of tha country. Thosa wishing to se cure good room* will do well to apply soon, as many art already engsg. ij cuaiujfu ft JUUXMUX. Proprioton. i maiden, June 2, 1&08.—dtf PleuMint buhurban Resort. CAPISIC^OUSE, WEST BROOK. This elegant suburban Watering Piece, i (located upon a pleasant eminence near Ca kuio f'oud, but Jj u.lies trom Portland, hav [mg been placed in tbe most ample order by ]-It he subscriber, he most respectfully solicita the atiL-nuou of tbe public, and cordially lavttea u call from his old friends. ! The bouse is pleasant, retired an<? turuiture and turn! things are ail new, cosy and sightly. The tables are r— the delacacioa a* well a* the i son, nud the service oi on. i New England ha > ? b" Extrorl rush* * axe among A r«

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