Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, September 6, 1864, Page 2

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated September 6, 1864 Page 2
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11*10* NOHINATIONi. ^ FOB PBEBIWEjaT, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, OF ILLIXOIS. FOB VlUJS-PRB8lDElPr. ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TSXXFSSMM. For Enaotora. • JOHN B. BROWN, ot Portland. ABNER STEPSON, ot Dainnriaootta. Ut />.,(.-meUABI) Ml HAPn ASafBWa»KM.R M Oiit.—l'.iOHASA l» UiiStJiOMofAaiaia. *1 out —GOING IIA'H KN at litui.ld. I'h /H*t.—BEN I I*, til *'« J*. °f ,,ro”“. ‘Mhlhjt.—JOil-^ *■ bVT-YX -T ol Bnossport. State Election Monday, Sept. IS. FOB OOTBBHOB. SAMUEL OONY OF AVQVSTA. For Mambera ol Ooncraaa. IH Ditt.—JOaX LTNCU, of Portland. M lUd.—SIDNEY l’ERU AM, of Tar la. SR Out.—JAMES G. BLAINE, of Augusta. 4tA old.—JOHN U. 1UCK, ol PoacrolY fHh but.—FRED ERICK A. PIKE, ol Calais. 1 Baaators. CMntartjad—GEOBGS W. WGODMAltTortlaad. StMttL A dOLUBOtlk. tnafort. gKuitv.a Planck. nsrrAoa DAN ‘I. l Ki U M a M 0*0 X .Baldwin. Anirattaagla—JtKKMlAG uLxuLAT, Jn. Ftacatajof—ELlsn J GALB, #I'saiadV SacaJakoa-C .OMA.S J sot 1 U ARD, Richawad. fWOdcor—OBGOOG N. *RAGl*IJnt.baria*aai4. ALi.LSr.ao SAMjft. Raagar. Lcdb u All a a it aiauaa. a-c-I...CI-11 A. haNoOKN, Hsidlsld. JOSlAiifRUa. Gialiaald. Crtost'Y MINi'S, Bautaa. Franklin— um.Ml.RI BTllk K Jay. tFalaa— »T 1 LIRA n Mcull.Ti.kY. t..lA» MlULlhan . y.r*—Esiiaf * 11. BAXES, Blddafard, kLlotiA M. Jldarr. doaik B.rwiafe, LGfMLM B AN HORN. Parsauaald. Xaaa . k LcD WIG. Tbamasiaa. JO R N U WALEaK, Laioa. Lincoln—KYEKEI1 W d 1 CTsoN, alDanaraaat's Hancock— IMUMAS S AtiBbN. of Daar Isla. art hi. M. 11 AMOK of fcdaa. traadlaoron-La ‘IB L WADdWOaTH, Jr. bAMUfcL 11 < aLBoT. Arooatook— PARKf.K P KL'UL.EIGM, Uaiaas. Oxfjrd— AlLLIAU tl. VK.IN, kurvmy. mud AS CJiA't. Huctsald. Somtrut-DAtlDD STL MART, J«jRJi B. TENNEY. iMmbtrimt-OlOIOK W PARKER. twtaa Ft** !».«■«—EDWARD J P.W All, BeugaraUle. BiyedUfa—PAIIC1UK k MIL' AY, keedjiakaa J-xiHl-loilN M WILS.B, Baagac. X «»,»*—JOHN UAIUI, Lhiua. frMkl.A— il#AIU DILL l'ui. life. Wild.—liRAKL K OR ANT. <• Fir* -RICHARD M UOINU, Amt. X.ni—S i EPUHN W. Li.NO HI OB. Aoujfa-feMADKKlLk KEN 1, ai B ranee. HmA.oyfoa-IDNJ aMip. W. FARRAR. M BRADBURY. llouitea. Ogfor,f-HORAllO AUSTIN,Cantaa. Traaaurara. UWaAariaaA-PErRR R. 11 ALL, Wlsdhtas. Anirateaggin—ISAAC O.CuBlIs. P.tcilAj —C i A It 1.1, k klMB ALL. g.y*<f,n»j-Hb.\KV M. UUVkY, Balk. PrA At at—A dad Doe. C. r LIN T, Badger. KtaAcAre -DANIEL i'U, r . Aarurte Pr LA.ua-LKtNAHD KEITH, t'araiagtaa. Waidi-k-slL A UOWbS. lari-ALBI Ja E OlLK. Alfred. Aaoj-ALOEN aPRAi.UK U PiLenURT.ef Betknert. If* t n/laa-lHJI AllUS RAHCEBil. L aaj/a— A.iDliW iiiCl.uI gaiHiCl A'• iiJt— - A MILL Bit AjjBURY Aaa J lairld. tUfiri— VlLLl \M A ITTHjil.l. Paria. goafe-i*.—UL1S WTURNKR. JuAgraof Prebate. Styat'thoe-RMOS NoClE Ba h. /•***•<• <—J Ri.T K.UODFRAY. Aaagar Xe »•*>.■* -U K BAKER, Hallow* * gYi.tm—PHILLIP M.all Bbd, liraag. -'llto—J JiE 'a W. KNoWLToH rice—K xVARo b BDuitSb. Ktaaehaak. X*«—N. (. lALUUr S*« c4-Ptkil.il IL K, of Buakiyort IfWii»ytOA—JuNA liAa LiPllKLuTT. LittJia lo l i * ii.*Vr.i*i , a S-aua«tla. Ar • i uo* -Uf.SItl K. IMiV.VW, mate* isle. Aomtrt t—JAMbS U. WAtiutl. Re otters of Probata. 'assAartssT-EUOBNE HUMPilRBT. Pert la at. 4 tHrotcaj/ia—lit; iKUk s. rtO lDMAN. P.tCAtAj *1,— .,A i> 1TCtlil.L, Dovav. Sty tlxo_--K.I I ul UPlDN.Ba’.h. p a,/«*t-Joseph .uh1 lkit, Baagor. X-a* Ic-J fsaPii eU if-!.,, Aitacia. W Jto-BD ■AN pnt.O. »«i-jb ».t it u. kio.VLTON, Bid da fart. X«ix-dlivkr Q. HALL. /I -ami—tiROito '■ A. Ht <CR, of Fraaklla. Wuhi<yfH-jlh'<U.\ 11. AThUER. A • xMlaak—*.. O l**j 1.1 11, Ho altos. Ottfira -Jo*f v .* d. HD IBS Pa I . Bssewast—oTEPilbN D LtkoSKT. Oo annual inert. CiiaheWud—CALEB *. CtiAI LiN. Brldgtoe ,t ul-aicaggiA— LEE STRT*. bL.t.ND. P.iOAt I/Sic— BERLIN BRAN M -a— WiLLlAM *V ..1TB Rlwdolibca. FexA.a.t—A,Alia W. MaMAION, Bdiagua. X:ai bee —X tlilt.11 LL tiKtVt), 1 Uaaa. F 1*11.1 -CALVIN D St A ALL, ChatwrriUa. r*lti-*lhO!ll)l vr. BOWLER. Fmi- i.m-.Kl’ L. MUldraM, Wallt. X-m-RICHARD K. WALL. /f * * Dei—W M. d htKifK.1T. »r Sedgwick. WtrAlay e--K 'HR ll B P. DORMAN . L *o i/a—III.i A A W. PAKTBIDt.b. of Jlgaraoa ' Araittoik—i. C. S BrlRRl, 'larroa. Oj/osI—40Ail It UL ilrt VKD, Hirers. SitA.rm—JilAkDLbR UAKbK. Clerks of Oourtt Isy at ih-m—JOSEPH M. HATES, Rath. P*a4*,*ii—K2K 1 O. BRET*, oldtaaa. Xftaiiia-BIMbJN U LoWbLL. Farulagtaa. Iftdti-iElR L. MILL'KbN * Fw*—CALEB C. L »KD A ^-d. X*a—uKOR.JK THORNDIKE WuhiAgtitA— HtMObi. *.. DOWNES, Arootlook—d. L. bTAI'lKi, Uauitaa. County Attornaya. . PiMtf igalc—A (f. L"BR .EE, FaioroR. X oaatia-LORENKDCLAT uardlaac. r>ri-INCRf. t-E 6. KIMBALL, Baa ford. Mas mi -KUO PINE LlALR, of blicaortk. Bftikl-ytua-CHARLa.il K. W JIDDBN. Line •le-JA.tiJS C. CARLpTON. of WuUlald. Aami/oii LLEITKL'.T.N PoWRRB. Uoaltoa. Cgfjrd-WILLIAM W BOLSTER, DsEald. So.arruf-WILLI AM FOLSOM. Register of Deeds. Plus!ofau-MARK PITMAN. UHI05 MEETIBQ8. WALCOTT IIAMLIT, lug., si Oet Will apeak aa follewa; at Woodford's Corner. Taraday 7J P. V.Rapt. «. •orbam..t edin-sday. 71 I*. V.bepl. 7. Punaat.Tlmrs.lay..{ I V_bapt S Capa Blft’a. Perry Vil a,a Frida., 7 P. If sept. 9. Freeport. date;da; , 6, P. M.Sapl 10. Hon. JOSIAI1 H. DRtmiOND, Wd: apeak aa follows, at Kennetiouk Tom !ay Er-omr ...(apt. •. No. B rwlrfc ...Wodoeaday F, emu. asps 7. Yarmouth.Thuradai. 7 i’ V. Urut g Corka o.Friday. 7i p. V.boot! 9! Aauuoboukperl .Saturday Evening .bapt- 1C. lion. J. T. Williams, of N. Will apeak aa foliowa: at Hollis, Bur Villa.Wednesday, I P. V. Sapt 7. Port-aud. Tnar.day, 7j P V Sept. t K. B. TURNER, Kmi-, of Teiaa, Wul apeak ae follows, at Falmoatb.Tuesday P. V.Sapt. t. Cumberland.laeaday E.'euiuw....Bopl. a Rooiaoud.Wedties 'ay P H_Sapt. 7 Gray ..Wednuvday Eventag bept. 7 Uoinam.Iliartdaj.lr V ...sepa a l.uai w.oo. lnarsday k rautag brpa. S Bid-tot r 1 ..riidayl*. V.....sops, y b'-ro luw.t.r, .. . . Friday k renmg. Sept 9. ■a: apt .S-turdae, 1 r V ...Sept K*. Peru »d....Sa.atday E.auiug Sept. 10. Uoa. GEO. F. TALBOT, of Foil land, Wlu (peek aa follows: at Yarntoa h .Thuiedsy, 7 P. V—Sept. •. • .1 Ui.11 .f ridgy TP. V.Sapt. ». Wuytaaui.haiarday, 3 X‘. V — Sept. 10. Hon. CHARLES HOLDEN and Hob. BEN J. KINGSBURY, of Poitiand, Will Apeak in r*tioirteld. rhjindaj It Friday. $*p| 8*9. CBO. W. WOODUAJf, Emj., ol Portland, Will tpeak a* Allow#: at Ririttoud..v...Wodnedtliy p. M.9ept. T. Gray.Weautaday £.veniug.Sept. ». (pffi/V* E* Vf • CS.1M FT, •! ArktBM#, WILL iriii At roLiava ; at SpHnjfTale.Taeadar 1* M.Sept. 6 l.i.iKM ick.- Wed e*dar 1*- M - -.3apt. 7. liUv.FJu Ooli ie.Itiurcda I* M .... Sept. I. Bull.Friday elveniii* .. ttept. ft H# a Kj tottow #r. Sutrdfty 21*. fi.8ep;. lo. Uoa. M ARK II. DUNNELL Will apeak aa folltiwi; at Sprtngrtlo.Tanadar P M .Sapt- * E'uelc;.— WodueiiarP M-Sept. 5 Buat.u Centre.Tim radar P. M.oept * Uo 1m..Friday I’.'M .Sept- 9 Who. bo o’< autre—-aturiay p. V.8-pt- 10 Wetorboro’ Coruer... Salard.) Eroding. .. Sept- M Hon. JOHN A. PETERS, ot D inger, Will apeak ta followi; at Port’aad....Faraday E.enleg . *ep*. f Kittery.. Wed. erday Erauiug.il pi. 7. Boxtoo Centre.Thuraiay v U.o- pt. I Kiddsford.F'riday P. V.Sept. ». Hon. O. ff. GOOCH, of Maas., Will apeak at • Pjr-.lsud.Thursday Eran og.. . .bepc. 9. NATIIAN WEBB. Esq* Forvb Berwick . . Wedceaday Ereit'g. Sept, fc j THE DAILY PRESS. PORTLAND, MA1XB. i 'M . Tuesday Morning, 8jpt 6,1864. -——— Thecirculation of the Dally Press is larger th >n nnv Other Dally paper in the State,arul iouble that qf any other in PortlaM. l uuift—el.00 per year in advance. fir adiag Matter aa all Fear Page*. ' STILL ANOTEEH GRAND iUNIONRALLY! * nON. J. A. PETERS, or a ax nun, ! Will nddrwt the cilitcDt of PoaTLt.D at New City Hall. This, Tuesday Even’g, Sept. 6, At 7, o'clock. Patriotic IHuelo by 17lt» C. 9. Band. -A SD ■HAM’S QUARTETTE CLUB. ( HP* rrowaalum reterred for ladle* Per order of Union City Committer. Judge Howard’s Unionism. The Argut, unable to meet tbe iucontesti- | bit- proof, of Judge Howard', unenviable and indefenaable position on the great and vital ; question of the hour, undertake, to prove bis devotion to tbe Union; and to show tbit be j would not aacritlce it for peace, quotes the : rnaol i, • Ions f\t tho Uanff.tl- f'itn vii 111 inn wlltcll Judge H. says, “meet my entire approval.” i Te god*and little Ashes! ‘‘Them's my senti ; meats. Lord!*’ Has Judge Howard no better ; proof of hU position to otter to (lag lliaa the meaningless resolutions of a conclave ol par ty hacks? Can he point to nothiug of his j own begetting except words—mere common platitudes of the da;—uttered more than three years ago/ According to that paper Judge U iward, in 15*01, —where, on wliat oc casion, or how the lauguage has been preserv | ed we are not informed, said—“We will stand bT our Uuieu, our Constitution aud our laws, aud we will maintain the guveruuKUt at all ’ hasards.” Wonderful indeed! That was the iefrt.i i oi every one, copperhead and loyalist, in that day. That is the refrain of copperheads to day, but when we call upon them to ai t, th-y begin to ()uibble about lue adinii Ltralioi’. and to draw a Hue bead on the distinctions . between it and the government. They as i! maintain the Givernmeut, but erij pie ano ; strike dawn its constitutional scent- ! They will support the Gnverniu nt, but pira'iz’ !h only arm by which it cun deal s blow ! Tbey will staud by ilia Government, but denouuct every mau haviug au'.hoiity to admit.ister i They will stand by the Governmr ut. but car| about every efficient step it takes, every blow , it strikes, every rebel it anvils, every mean it puts iarth to save the nation’s li t ! I* thiiwli.t Julge Howard meant three year* ago by “maintaining the Government at •It hadardi?'’ For three yeais, while the na tional edifice has recked to it* very founda tions, while patriots h ite watched aud ptaytd, while the Presid.-nl has toiled and given bi>u ; self no rest, while rich mi u have pound out ' H“ir in wey and ps'riot* have shut tiu-ii j b ni t, while tile household j wl* have been ' d jlicved to the cause of the connliy. am) j ’ new mvic gravi s—the result of this teriibk rebellion—have b en filling up a'l over the | land, what, we ask, and we do so in no cap tious spirit, has Ju lge Howard done tn show that his heart—every liiirr of that heart—is in sympithy with the great struggle tor na- i tional life? What has he done to show that hi will maintain the Government al every hisard? What has he donu or wliat is be note doing to show that hi* teu! is alive to the great vital struggle in which we arc now en gaged, which challenges the admiration of all ' good men, and for the success of which the prayers of the good of all lauds ascend to God daily t j WHAT HAS HE DONE? Has he not al lowed his name to be raffled over by tricksters and rebel sympathizer* at Bangor? 1* he not \ the candidate by unanimous acclaim of a large einvention that could find time and space to say all manner of hard things of Abraham Lincoln and an administration that is laboring . tn lave the country, but cr ul 1 find no room fur a singlo word in condemnation of Jeff. Davis, treason and rebellion? Is he not the candidate of a convention whose debates, re solves and acts ignored the icbeliion, ai d would have led a foreigner, not posted in our affairs, to Infer that the war was waged by the administration to subvert the natioual Un ity rather than to.preserve it; to wrest liber I ty from lbs people rather tbau protect it; to break down the Constitution rather than to subijiie those who have trampled and are | !• iu sue uurt • Action speaks louder than words. The Argus protests Judge Howard's soundness, • and points to “glittering generalities,” mt an I logics* words and equivocal resolves. But | there he stands, amid ibis great struggle, a ! satisfactory cendt-lat-- for the Virgil D. Par risses, the Dr. Manns, the Man el us Ktnerys, the Gorham L. Boyntons, the K. O J. jjiniihs; while every treitcr in lb* Stale, every rebel . eympathiser, every man who ba« t>een sus pected, of treason, every mvn who lias been in Fort Lafayette or oi"jh! tn hate been i tier*, every friend of Jeff. D.ui*, cvrry ! peace-on-any-teimv man rnorostes to vote 1 fob him! • ; This fact does not prove Judge Howard a bad man, we admit, but it d ies prove ihat lie it In had company; and ihe posiii u is at , least a suspicious one. If Judge H, wjml ws» folly alive to the gnat interest* of il e country, and wm a Ibolough, uioquivi cal, uocondilioBsi Union mao, lesdy to s.aui^by the Uuiou though it required me extennina tion of every persistent rebel iu the S. u b, he could not, it seems to us, hr oue moment : consent to occupy the position be d «t as the | represeuUtive of the disloyal element of the State He is declared by one of the ujjet 3 >n‘i - ern of onr Southern papers, the Bangor Democrat, to bk oppokkh to thk wait. aXl> TO H.tVK X1KKX OPPOBKO TO lr FU..M thk arAUT, and to I.KBT the lOWKKand the RIGHT of the Goveri.ineT t ’IO EN FORCE ITS OWN AUTUuiil 1 V again.t State authority! If this i*' m dnlaihiug the Government at all him dr,” then, surely, there is uced of the prayer, “God save lie national Commonwealth!” If the luiignag i we have used seems severe j it Is not our fault. It is not our fiult tbit j | Judge Howard occupies a potnlou which cx- 1 l poses him to such ciltivivui*. I‘. rronaily we respect him. Personally we sav i e<t a wexd i againgt him. It is not pleasant to be calle d i j upon thus to deal with a reepi cl able t< lluw •cltiaen. But there cau be no lcu lals in this , war. He ha* no right us a Union man to ! occupy an equivocal position. Uaviug ac eepted the nomination from disloyal men, we know of do right he has to claim exemption from the fate that await* them—that they de < serve. 1 Information Wanted. “Will ;h? Daily Frets tell u« wht.-i il u>as, ! tnd how oUi was Mr. John Lynch, at the line ol' tils baptism «« u Catholic in ibis city, by the It verauJ. ministering Cathode Fiiest, ia tl is city, Facheu Flood?"— [Advertiser, September 5. We didn’t know anything about the re markable event referred to by our contempo rary, who rcccutly stated that “he was not aware that any kind of religion was necessa- j ry for a member of Congress.” He seems to j bare becopie seriously affected of late, and has more to say of religtfflrs mailers than I any editor within our knowledge. Mr. Lynch being of Irish parentage—Irish i Caihoiic for_augbt we know—very likely may 1 have been baptis'd as intimated, and if so, we can doubtless throw some light upon the • when” and the “how old.** It was ol course ••wlieii'’ ho was an infant, aud at eight days old! Tile Catholics baptise in infancy%lhc act baviug uo moral quality, so far as the baptized is coucerued, so that Mr. Lynch was made neither better uor Worse by that act— if it was performed, of w hich we know and care uothiug—aud can claim neither meiit uor be exposed to censure for bis parents' compliance with that rite of their ancestral religion. But if Mr. Lynch had lived to the advanced age of lire editor of the Advertiser, surround I ed by all the moral inlinemees of New England, aud then hud voiuulariiy sold himseif to the Devil, to do hie dirty work, aud to he his vice gerent, the ease would be very different, aud he could not plead Irresponsibility tor the act. But be lias done no such thing. We don't understand the purpose of the Advertiser in constantly allegiug that Mr. Lynch is or has luen • Catholic, unless it is to iutlueuee the Catholic vote in his iavor. Mr. Lynch, ol course, will not object to votes Iroui his Cath olic feilow-citizeusy they would be as compli mentary aud as gialyful to his feelings as iliose of aoyother class, but ho is a uiau ol too much honor to seek to obtaiu their voles by clap-trap aud deception. Their religion is a mutter between theinsleves aud their God, and only bigots dr despots will attempt to it jure them on account of It. Tuey can re spect and will respect an honest man what ever his reilgious faith, and such a man they know John Lynch to be. He is not ashamed of his Irish descent, nor would he be of his Catholicism were he a Ca'bollc. It is ouly the malignant knave, the shameless dema gogue, the unprincipled scoundrel who will attempt—as the Advertiser has—to pander to their prejudices: the creatures who are equally ready to kiss their feet or to mob their priests, to born incense on their altars or to burn their churches, just as will best subserve their wily and evil devices. Pacts for the McClellanites. Geu. McClellan had command of the finest army in llieyrorfd. lie took command March UUhlSdi The army then had unbounded c-Mifldeuce in him and were ready to follow win revet he wouid lead. He never inide a deina id for men or sup plies,in lie power of the Goverumeut to com ply with, mat was not promptly honored. He had command of that army li.l late in the o.lowiug autumn. They weut within live uiies ol Richmond. Ili-i corps commander" v> re anai- us to go into Richmond but were h Id back. lint he w s driven back, day after day, li'l e found refuge on board a gituboat in James diver. Toe remuant of his army had to be . iibdrawn, liadly whipped. The summing up of his entire campaign -hows this result: he never wrested one inch >f territory from lire re lull that he succeeded in holding. He never gained a single advan tage, ou rtbi 1 soil, that he pertuauenily protll jJ by. Even the soil conquered before be ook command, by McDowell ami others, down as far as Fairfax, was overrun by the rebt l armies while he was in cmimaud. -Vuf ONE INCH OF ItEBKI, TEliUITOHY did he Cull quer THAT WAS NOT HKTAKKN ! All he gain d was subsi queully lost, and his army, bt fore he left it, »as comp iled to fight one ol of its severest bailies on the soil of a loyal "late,to rrnttntbel location ; this after pene trating wiiliiu bearing ol the cbuicu bells ol Richmond! How dilTareiit wilh Grant. He, too, has gone to the very gates of Richmond, and he hold* on Not a "ingle advantage ever gain ed over the rebels by him lias be yielded. S ot an inch of territory has he ever conquer i d from them that he does not hold. Wilh bfoi every step is au advance; every conquest a permanent gain. McClellan's greatest military skill has ever been di>playcd In conducting retreats—in backing out of d (Acuities. These are facts, historical facts, which copperheads may deny, but which iuteiligeut meu may read, under stand and reflect upon. Sad find Painful Duty. The Argus wras called upon yesterday to make an editor ial notice of a fearful blow to its copperhead, peace ou any terms cause— the fall of Atlanta. In a little notice of just t-m Rues, without a single black letter or wouder mark, with only a small cap tide head, it mention'd the solemn, dispiriting, fact, though it very carefully placed it in the (owes/ Irf.-hand corner of the page! It must have been a trial of no ordinary character, to him of the Argil-, to write such a paragraph. We can almost see the dew drops at they fast dimmed Ills many eyes and blurred bis copy while he prepared It for the compositor. Sherman is a hard, cruel man, to send his liomb shells, loaded wiih such destructive I'reUk nrr, Ull IW n UVIII uruinia il* to the wigwam of the copperhead*. Doubt less they all felt when they read the bulletin, eomeihiug as the old fellow did when hi* gil lon jag of “Old Medlord'1 jolted from his wagon and scattered the spirits upon the pavement. “I have,” said he iu Ms solioquy, 1 bad some acquaintance with trouble; I have burned a wife a ad lu-t a facorite dogl 1 hive bad a big bull calf killed by lightning and a sow pig drowned in the well, but I never had anything ocercome ms like thixV No you Don't! At (he McClellan Hat Ideation meeting held at August*last week, Ex Senator J. W. Brad bury made the principal spetch. Ills strong point was, the popularity of Little Mac, with the soldiers. Oil this he spread largely. The enthasia ill In that respect would be like a -ho’k of electricity! The soldier's vote would !>e a unit—and this umr General on a peace plat or m Would awing into the residency as easily as be lost. R ctnnoud when within sight ol iu spi es! Tie way J. W. worked bim s. If up to fever heat, was delightful to see, ua we are assured by those who witnessed the de lightful scene. It happened that some tweuty nr thirty war worn veterans were present, and heard his honor dilate ou his favoiltc theme, to his j heart'* couteut. One of them then deliti- . crate I y arose, and advancing “to the front” I where he had b: en many times before, be took off his cap, and making a military salute , to the distinguished speaker, exclaimed, In an 1 audible voice, "not by a d—ud sight”! ! It was but a single seutecce, but it embraced a volume, and its eff ct may be Judged. Had ( one of Gilmore's Greek lire she Is, struck j among these Illustrious copperheads, the tf- j fed would have been slight Iu comparison. The meeting was “squelched”—that’s the word—and that baud of mischievous fellows, I who were combining to curse litis country, J as it was never cursed bwrore, went home with several large (Jess in their ears. Politicai. Mkrtikg.—Hon. William D. Kelley of Penn., spoke In Saco Saturday even ing, and Col. Walter Harriuiau of X. H., in Uiddeford the same evening, to full houses.— Mr. Kelley spoke in Uiddeford last evening, and goes to Augusta this evening. Mr. Sweat on Camden and Amboy. i Among the various gigantic intellectual el- j lorta made by Mr. Sweat in Congress, upon j which the Argus loves to dilate, no mention ! iias been made, that we recollect, of his foren sic display on the subject of the Camden aud Amboy railroad monopoly. This ingenious ariangement was devised many years ago by ' some financial genius, for the pu. pose of pay ing the taxes 01 New Jersey by levying on clt- j Izeus of other states who should travel between 1 Nt-w York and Philadelphia; and the object of the design has been only too well carried out. The corporation has grown rich and ar rogant. It snaps its fingers at the dear public and says “pay us our price and submit to all the conditions we choose to impose, or let us alone. O jr extortions may be onerous and in vidious, but they are aauctiuued by the elern al, immutable doctrifle ol stale rights aud jou cauuot help yourselves.” Since the rebellion broke out, it has been perceived that the mili tary power of the government to hurry on re in tore eluents to Washington has been practi cally vested to a great extent In this selfish, narrowminded aud literally soulless corpora tion. On the ground, therefore,of military Im portance, and also that the provision in the constitution of the United States, that citizens ol all the slates shall have the privilege of free aud unrestricted intercourse with all the other stales is, at leas',of equal dignity with the doc trine that the state ol New Jersey has a right to tax the travelling public of other states for her own exclusive benefit, a bill has been pass ed by Congress gramiug the tight to construct a route competing with the Camdeu aud Am boy. Ayaiimt this measure Mr. Sweat wotk ed, spoke aud voted; being pairt 1 off with Mr. Blaiue on the Huai Vote. Now what was his object in doing so? Was it the watchful regard wuicli he professes lor the interests of bis constituent* ? Not oue ol them is benefited by the monopoly, whereas thousands are iujured. Was it his chronic ter ror lest the sacred doctrine of state rights -bould be luvaded? Here we fall iuto a diffi culty which naturally arises when we endeav or to diviue the motives of ineu who speak oue way aud vote directly the opposite, la the opening of his special argument on the bill, Mr. Sweat expressly declares that his opposi tion is not based ou any of the grounds assum ed by other opponents, and yet he goes on ar guiug precisely the same old questions ou pre cisely the same old grounds. In fact there is buL oue grouud to be taken either by a lawyer or a politician—the legality of the monopoly and tbc sacredness of the abstract doctrine of stale tight.-. Mr. Sweat stand- here and no where else. Oue may prove by all the rules of logic that state lights are sacred, to whatever : results they may lead—but when these results are pushed ao far as lo comprise secessiou and rebellion lu politics, aud onerous and iuvldi j ous taxes in commercial affairs, we may rea sonably suppose that smoothing Is the matter —if uot with logic, then with toe doctrine. The Camden aud Amboy Railroad Compa ny has retained its monopoly aud detested charters to rival roads for many years. It baa i vast wealth and derives enormous influence both from its political aud commercial rela • tions. It has user! every effort In courts, In ! Congress and before the public, to sustaiu it : seif, and has for a long time stave.? offinvesti ealiou. Mr. Sweat lias been a strenuous, s,‘ porter of its pretensions, and we wish he ' had taken occasions a little less offensive than tho-e of this railroad bill and the conflscatlon bill, to put on record the only two labor* d -lieecbes be made lu de euceof his pet doctrine, and lu opposition to the interests of the gener al government, and the people of the United States—inhabitants of New Jersey aud the rebel states being duly excep'ed. The Can. ; Jen and Amboy company will be very glad to see him re-elected, aud it it uses any influence ■t all will use it in bis favor. But the people of this district will, we imagine, be as auxlous lo use their ballots to secure their own rights, as they will to preserve the pioperty ol rebels, or coiitiuue the oppressive exactious of a gi gantic aud seldsb monopoly. A Few Facts and Figure*. A copperhead paper iu this city makes the -talerneut that "Mr. Lincoln did not get a uinloiity of votes In the states that have re mained true to the Uuloo.” This is true Id fact but false In spirit. The meauing is that Lincoln did not get a majority of the loyal voters This is not true. Twenty two of the states which voted at the last pie-idenlisl election bare never se 1 ceded. These states gave for Lincoln 1,865, 081 votes, aud for Douglas, Breekiuridge aud Bill combined. 1,010.972; leaving Mr. Liu coln In a minority ot 94,291. Three of these states—which did uot give their electoral votes to Llncolu—were held in the Union ouly by federal bayonets; these were Maryland, Kentucky and Missouri, the former with a traitor legislature aud the two latter with traitor Governors. These states, -which were saved to the Union ouly by the skin of their teeth, gave tor the Rebel Major Geurral Breckinridge, now commaudiug In the R bel army, 120.942 votes. These may be as - safely considered the votes of traitors as ihuse cast for him in South Carolina or Ueorgla. Strike out these votes, and Mr. Lincoln's mi nority disappears, aud leaves him with 32.0.'. 1 majority. Tnen the same states gave 100,190 for John Bell, another traitor, which are hardly worthy to he counted agaiust Mr. Lincoln, and it stricken out would increase his mujoiily by luat amount. Iu view of such facts we do uot hesitate to asset t that the mail who says Mr. Lincoln dll col have a majority of all the loyal voters iu the loyal status—reckoning as disloyal those ouiy who have proved their treason by sub sequent acts—is either grossly ignorant or gtossly knavish. One thing is comforting: Mr. Lincoln was disgraced by uo votes in his favor iu tbe seceded stales. They were pure ly and uumixedly Democratic. A "Peace" Commissioner heard from. We cut the lollowlug personal paragraph from theSt. John (N. U.) Telegraph of Sept. 1st: Uor. J. It. Holcombe, who ho figured re cently as “Peace Negotiator” at Niagara Pails Canada, was iu town on Tue.-day, and left b> the Emperor for Wtudsor tbe same nigh’ Ml route for England. While here he was Intro duced to the llou. Mr. Tilley and nuintrou> prominent citizens. II# was q tite reliceu respecting political matters, buicxpresscd bi ctn.fiiieuce iu the ultimate success of ihe Con fedetacy and the esiat’lisljintnt of its ludepeii deuce, although at a tearful C ist. He though' that it McClellan a as imuiinau d at Chicago, an armistice would follow, and an at mi tile once si cured, there would be uo resumption of fighting, that both sides were too weary of war 10 take up arms again. llut as to the Democratic talk ot • Peace and Uolou,” he said that peace nifj/At'fconie. SOI union nev EH. The Soldiers Refuse to Fire Rebel Guns. On Wednesday last, when the news of Me Ciel uu's nomimitlou reached Eastport, the Copperheads prepared to fire •* salute, and thinking it would he a flue thing to have it done by returned soldiers they applied to some illkert and solJiers who wete at borne on furlough to get them to do the work. Though tite veteran* were old Democrats. ! the brave boys had no idea of engaging in ! any such work of doubtful loyalty. They j treated the preposition with contempt, at d ! said they were not accustomed to firing rebel | guns, and when Itley did get ready to engage in the rebel service they would go inside of tbe rebel hues to do so. Reaufiei.ii.—The Uuion men of this town have nominated liev. II. M. Eiton, the origi nal proprietor of the “Kutou lioaidiag School for Uoys,” and father of the Principal of tha' flourishing Institution, for representative. A gentleman of that town writes that the fall ol Atlanta will increase the Union vote fall ten per cents ouigC^- AVD SELECTED. | • y Pr«f Ouldwin SmtC uf tjr, England, arrived in Boston v-"* Tj^ tram y The exports of domestic proua^ New York last week amounted to $7,<MjSb. •3^ The New Hampshire Legislature adjourn al without day on Thursday last. y The old book publishing firm of Crosby 4 Nichols, Boston, isdissolved. It is now Cros by 4 Ainsworth. y A manager of one of the charitable in stitutions of Philadelphia is under arrest foretn beszliug $3700 of its funds. y Mr. Tilden, of N. Y., one of the most prominent men in the Chicago Convention, i was an intense free-suiter in IMS. y The R chmond Sentinel of Tuesday says there ore now in Richmond 0573 prisoners, of whom 5340 are on Belle Isle, 355 iff in hospi tals, and 080 in the Libby prison. jy Coal oil and sawdust having been recom mended to put around the routs of plum trees to keep off thecurculio, several persons tried it and found it effeotual—In killing the trees. y The following deaths ut Maine soldiers are reported at Washington: Charles n. Kenni son, 29th Maine; Elisha II. Littlehale, 13th Maine. y Aljt. A. R. S nail, of W. Waterville, who was in the late battle in which the 10th regiment j : suffered so severely, is reported among the miss- j ing—supposed a prisoner. jy It is reported that Col. Beal, of the 29th M vine, will soon leave the regiment to acegpt a Brig uiier Generalship. y Sergi. Major Edwin C. Stevens, of Wa- ! terville, in one of the battles in defence-of the ! Weldon railroid, was rhflt through the head ; and died immediately. jy The following deaths of Maine soldiers have occurred in Richmond prison up to August 221: A. E Keene. Co. A, 1st Heavy Artillery; j Corp. It. R- Du.111, Co. C, 10th. or Newcastle aud Damariscotta have filled their quotas without any town bouuties, the money having been raised by enrolled meD, aud others, voluntarily. y The following M vine soldier's have died recently at City Point, Vs.: W. R. Alien,2d Me.; II. S. Lermond, 4th Me.; J. II. Gerrith, 1st Me. Heavy Artillery ; E. W. Eldridge, 32d Me. y The time of Co. A, Maine State Guards, I of Baugur, on garrison duty at Fort McClary, , expired on the 5th inst., and Co. B, also of Ban gor, is to take their place. fy The Union men of Windham have unani mously nominated Wa. Gould, Esq., of that town, for Representative. Windham is classed with Soarboro’. GT Hen. linen, in a letter written a fewdays thp Pllltlirp nf Itlunt* crivnus*ipuf>i1 fistic* showing that ths rebel army under John ston and Hood had lust .Vi,000 men. ff The fall of Atlanta ia a severe blow to the copperheads. On* of them remarked Satur day, that their ticket haJ gone to-, (naming a place the temperature of which is supposed to be inteuse). or a number of members of the Turkish Mission at Constantinople, and several of the Syrian churches, have subscribed over six hun dred dollars to supply tbs Scriptures to the freed blacks In the Souih. HP" We are indebted to Col. Charles B. Mer rill, of the Maine 17th, for a copy of tbeWatch mau aud Harbinger, of August•Jtiih, a religious naper from Oouldsboro’, N. C. It is a dirty looking sheet. iJT ”L. C. F.” is informed that such errors *s th* refers to art so common that editors sel dom DO."!:-4 '1*”° io their own articles. Typo graphical errors are “ae'oiJable in an ordinary ’ daily office. f Chaplain Leonard, of the 1st Heavy 4r tillery , is in Waterville with bis family. He Is i looking and talking well, and the Mail advises i all weak-kneed men to see him and talk with I him. It will do them good. T A female infant, apparently only s few hours olJ, was found on the bridge between Ban gor and Brewer a few days ago. The child was adopted by a family in Bangor, but died ou Thursday l ist. HT R»». (I) Marcus R. Keep has been nom inated by the pro-slavery Democracy of Aroos took county forjudge of Probate. This ‘Rev.” advocate of rum and slavery will fail to obtain his “thirty pieces of siher’*by this nomina tion. XT John 8. White, Esq., an able lecturer and raoy writer, who, with Mr. F. G. R ch, entered upon the publication of the Temperance Journal with commendable leal and energy a few mantbs ago. Ins, from some cause not stated, withdrawn therefrom. Mr. Rich ia now sole publisher. T The Portsmouth Chronicle says quite a serious affray occurred on board the steamer Colorado at the Navy Vard on Friday, in which the master-at-arms was stabbed in the head by a sailor, (substitute), inflicting a frightful gash across the face. ST The Augusta correspondent of the Ban gor Whig says Mr. Lyon, at tiat reported killed by (be falling of one of the hospital buildings st Camp Frye, last Tuesday, is still alive, in a crit ical condition. The others injured are doing well. XT A despatch from General liodsdun, now in Washington, says that enlistments fur ti e Navy will be secured for the present quota for at least three weeks louger.and that every arrange ment will be wade by the Navy Department to facilitate such enlistments. T f be Argus’ explanation of the copperhead conspiracy in the West, involving specially its friend Voorhees.of Indiana, is about at sensible as Pdlsbury's explanation of his dead friend { Floyd’s stealing of the guns in nil th* Northern forts to crowd the Souther** lyrseoals. ■ 3f The Pittsburg Chronicle of Friday last says that measures are now projected to bring to . the coal regiunsof Pennsylvania a large number of workmen from the East, aud to push on the i manufacture of efficient and labor-saving coal mirhiues. Every eiuiurant shin brines over numbers of digger* who would be exceedingly glad to work at present rates' jy The loyal eitisens of Boston will bold a meeting at F.iueuil Hull this evening, fur con gratulation ou the recent successes of our army and navy, and to prouounce emphatically their contempt fur the ariutMiee platform recently ; concocted at Chicago. His Excellency the flov i ernor will preside, and with other distinguish ed and eloquent gentlemen will address thu meeting. or Frans Muller, the alleged murderer of Briggs iu a railway car in England, was on Siturday morning placed ou board the steam . ship Etna at New York, and is now on his way to England, where his trial will take place. He is in charge of Inspector Tanner, the officer 1 who came over to arrest him, and to whom he was formally delivered by the deputy of the V. i S. Marshal. iar The Springfield I’uion of Saturday even ing siys that Julius Hill, a young man about U7 years ol age, who logs been employed os book keeper iu L. J. Powers’ pen diual depot, Bos ton, for about two years, woe found dead be tween seven an 1 eight o’clock that murning ou the bank of the river at the loot of William St. A revolver was found lying near him, with which he had apparently »ugt himself through the heart. *y The valuation of Brunswick, is 91,807,* 1 912.09—the State and county tax, $lti,244 82. The amount of poll tag is $1,530.00; real estate UI, 917,2*5.22; personal estate tax, $17,743.50; delinquent highway tax, $170.25; dog tax, 131 dogs at oue dollar each. The highest tax paid by any individual is paid by Mr. ueo. Skolfield, i $£47 90. Tbe rate on State, County and Town Tat is 92.10 per $100; rate on Highway Tax, 13 cents per $100; rate on Village School Tax, I 7 oents per $100. It will thus be seen that the rate of taxation is higher in Bruuswick than In Portland. 27*The Montreal Witness contain* some home truths in regard to the inconsistency of those Democrats who are always complaining of the course pursued by Mr. Linooln, but have no word of condemnation for Jeff. Davis. Speaking uf arbitrary arrests, it says: "These very Demo crats never had a word of condemnation of the arbitrary arrests of Northern men and women in tbe slave States, who were not only imprisoned, but sometimes murdered. And when citixens of Northern States were compelled to lefts at an hour's notion some Southern Statue, no com plaint or protest was ever heard from Northern j democratic journals." I B A _ *" f KVkSMlNtl FAr*. f-—•*“- i Aonnlntmaat of « •/ Thnnkfielng — j iXmtlunat Thank* tendrrrd I* Admiral kur -aguTnnd Own*. Canby, Vranyrr and Sh*r War Dkpaktmf.st, I Wabhinotos. Sept, 6. t •. DU :—The 1’resiUeut has 1s To Mgj- Oen. T recommendations and or med the lollowiu, i,tt recent success of the lers iu relation to t. Atlanta: U. S. forces at Mobile a £. M. Stanton. '■n/ton, Sept. 3 — , Executive. Mansion, Htisht- . -orideuce has The signal success that Divine t. ms of tbe recently vouchsaled to the operatic Mobile, U. S. fleet and army In the harbor of suit aud the reduction of Forts Powell, Gaines , ; Morgen, and the glorious achievements ot lUc army uuder Maj. Gen. SUerutan in the State of Georgia.Tcauiting iu the capture of the city | of Atlanta, call for devout acknowledgments to a Supreme Balug in whose hands are the destinies of nations. ll is therefore requested, that on next Sun day, in all places of worship in tint United States, that thanksgiving be offered to Him lor HU mercy in preserving our national ex Utet.ce against the insurgent rebels, who have been waging a civil war against the govern* inent of the Uuited States for its overthrow, | and also that prayer he made for the Divine j, protec ion to our brave soldiers and tbeir lead- : era In the field, who have often and so gallant- I ly periled tbeir lives In battling with the emt- j my, for blessing aud comlort Iroin the Father j of Mercies to the sick, wounded aud prisoners, and to the orphans aud widows of those who have fallen in the service ol their country, and that He will coDtinue to uphold the govern ment of the Unit. 1 States against all the el torts of public euemles and secret foes. (signed) Abraham Lincoln. Executive Mansion, Washington, Sept. 3.— The uatioiiai thanks are tendered by the President to Admiral Farr&gut and Msj. Gan. dauby fog the skill and harmony with which me recent operations in Mobile harbor and against Forts Powet1, Games jnd Morgan were plauned and carried into execution. 4Iso to Admiral Famgut and Msj. Gen. Granger, uo Jer whose immediate command they were con- i ducted; to the gallant commanders on sea aud land, and tha sailors and soldiers engaged in tbe operations for tbeir energy and courage. ; which, under tbe Messing of Provideoce, have - been crowned with brilliant success, aud have won for them Lhe applause of the nation. (Signed) Abraham Lincoln. Executive Mansion, Washington, Sept 3 — Tbe oatioual thanks are teudered by the Pres ident to Msj. Gen. W. T. Sherman, aud tfte gallant occurs aud soldiers ol bis command itefore Atlanta, for tjjn distinguished ability, courage and perseverance displayed in ih« campaign in Georgia, which, under Divine fa vor, has resulted in the capture of Atlanta.— The marches, battles, sieges and other milita ry operations that have signalized this cam paign, must naoder it famous iu the annals of war, aud have entitled those who have partic ipated therein to the applause and thanks of the nation. (Signed) Abraham Lincoln. 1 tents from Southern Sources. Fohtkkhs Moxuok, Sep. 3. Tbe 11 tg of truce ■‘.earner arrived from James river last night with 25 officer!-, 10 sur geons and 315 privates. They left for Annap olis. Syka, Mix* , 27, rt'u M All i. —■ The enemy, 700U strong are in lull fur the river. Colon I icon has all the roads blockaded in tbiir front. Col Ogden and Major Campbell are in : pursuit. Prisoner* are atill coming in. Capt. Bars tow’s battery is close to the river. Lynckbmrg, 31. Wheeler has burnt Los ' Ion bridge, over the Tennessee liver, went -hence Pi Marysville and captured 790 pri-on : era, iheuce to New Market where they cap cured 2U) more. Heriilen, 29. Tbe lines at Vicksburg have been aomp'etely closed for the next 20 days Ingress and egress are not allowed upon any onsid. rati >a. (t is thought that another moveiaeut is on “•Uid as all the horse* In the city are being impressed the Yankees, PtlrrAurg, Aug. 291ft.—Twelve miles ol Weldon railroad ha* been dr»t.'“ve<l by the enemy, and (he rails auJ sills have been burn ed. Among the prisoners captured Thursday was Hancock's Adjt. General.' He escaped last night but was re-captured to day. The report of tbe capture ol !*u0 prisoners by Hampton Is nnlrue. During the last two days Grant has been •helling Petersburg. From Sheridan'* Army. U.VLTIgOKK, Sept. 5. The American has a dispatch from head planers, near Berry ville, dated 2 A. M , from which it appears that Corbett's cavalry reacheo Bet ry ville at midnight Friday. Suturda inoruiug they moved out on the Wluchestei pike, and at 10 A. M. Sa urday were seven niles out and still sdrauciug. The Oth and 19.h corps moved Saturday moruing iu three parallel columns towards Berry vi ie. and alter reaching that place the rebel* attacked Cook's pickets on the tight of tbe town, driving them rroin their entrenchment^ Tho malo Is dy ol Cook’s command were sent to sustain the po sition, and the rebels, in force, charged them, but were repulsed. Oiir picket entrenchment wete regained and held. The engagement lasted from 4 P. M. uuiti after sunset. Our loss was about 300 killed and wounded. The enemy’s lots waa much greater. Cook cap tured 50 prisoner* and one stand of colors. The whole army was engaged Saturday night entrenching and throwing up breastworks. It now occupies a strong position. Heavy flriog was bsard Saturday io the vi cinity of Bunker Hi.I, supposed to be Averiil advancing. T<to Day* later from Europe. Ngw Yoke, Sept. 5. The steamship City of Washington, from Liverpool the 24th, via Queenstown the 25th, arrived at 8 30 this morning. Latest via Queenstown London, ef ay. 23.—The frigate Niagara seis ed the rebel pirate steamer Georgia, twenty - ■piles off Lisbon, put a pi ije crew on board, and sent her to New York. The Niagara 1 landed the captain and crew of the Georgia ai Dover. The Ueoryli, when seized,was under the Brilhb flag, and her capta n entered a pre t'st against the seizure. The eveut excites | much controversy. It was rumored that the c ip' u-e waa effet d tinder the consent of the British government. There is much differ ence of oplt.iuu as to tbe legality of the cap lure, but generally satisfaction is expressed. Ricuuoyu.—This patriotic town, on tbe Kennebec, has Ailed its quota under the last cal), and ha*three surplus. A gentleman from there informs us that the Uuion cause never looked more hopeful. ■ r«p»n soTicai. OF Car rim of the Dadg friji art not allowed le tell papers on I heir routes. W>»ibrook. 1 he arc tndifional I'uloo rote , of Woilb ock are rtq«e**od to meet at the loarn It rute. la and town, on iharaday. heTih 1**1., at 1 o'oto.k r a . t. uoiai ate a eiaJijato tor ttepreaeiitattva to to neai Legiaia.urv. I>r order Towa Committee. Wealbrook. 8<pt t, 1881 — afcwid * I L'iiIou Caucus. The Ut ion voters « f Csp* Elizabeth will meet st the Town tlcu*e. on Inured*), September 0. at irfo’aiookln the afterooou, to u>miuat* * candi dal to he nqppjrted .or Kepre?ent*ti<re to the vStve i egisla'u <* Also to ebooite a Town Cimmittre for the ensuing year. Per order Towu Committee. Cape Elizabeth ^ept. &tb i*S4 — dtd Notice. THE unconditional Union to era of Cumberland art r*qu< tted to meet at the town Lour* in said town ou lue-diy. th • 0h day of Sr}timber next, at 8 o'eloca. 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DRESSER, Port lead,Me., Box 183. ___ angMdtw ITIOMVS G. DURING, DRUGGIST, -.ID — PJ^aCTIOAI- truss fitter. Cer.ser ei-,“*»»«'* PederalS.*,. A perfect 5* «a*r*J>«eii • R*» P00' liberal^ «,n tidefM. ——.— - Ixpub* BnaATD — Among all the di-agreeable 0OH..-1UHUC that fellow '*«' ««>» |J**F of n.. teeth »u impure br ath ant be the too-. «..plea..n* and Uiortif, log t.1 It. pia*. »aor. and it U tbe mo»t inea cu-able aiid ollen»i»eiu .ucieiy. Mow oft-n iu («. ,rM. exprrieuc.e a dlatant co'dnet* aboeu even i.-vm ilie t»"t of friends, or perha.tlbe one noil .cheilehed. from thil toorce 1 ou arc Ignor U,;u'; -,n» your-elf. the -object i. -o delicate— a'tot the- *. f.-j udwitfm* uu.'uif>n it. Why your moe-taiiina. bgfriuc to yo*r krali, not remove thteono *r . (hu )a,ll; beauty amdh*i>pi*e$s at or.ce. . , r *he raotl popular Uoutifr c. Frag aut SUZOUd * .v. cou euieut, pleasant aud efficacious gam — t ji-ot the world ha* ever produced. Sold by Druggists everywhere at 76 cents per bottle mcbl9 It Boston Stock Lbt* 8 A LB AT THI BtlOKKR*’ BOARD, 8ept. 6. 0W Americas Gold...241 0 U S Coupon $J*o - I8H1) .107* 4 000 Uuited States 6-20 ».10 J 2 000 Maasachusetis state Sixes (1878*. 128 1 Koetou aud Maine Railroad. 187 11 Extern Railroad.110 1 Western Hailroa-1.lfifc 1,000 New Hampshire Mate Siaes (1870).98 2 Feppcrell Manufacturing Co.11771 26 BaL-s Manaractunng Company ..176 _IfiBQlKD. _ In Corhani. Sept 4, hv Bat 8 F Wv-th'rbee. Jime* U'lw, of G. and Mrs Mary A 1C udersou, of Calais [Mac bias paper* p ease copy ] lu Bath. Aug 3 Edward M Stetson, of East Boa ton and MIm feeltura Kic*». of Bath lu ltelfe;!. Aug 47. Henj Haines and Miss Eunice 1* Curti a. both v» *«*rap«<M lu Fro-pect Aug 20, N»thl L Uttktteld. of Pro* pect, and Mu«* Either J Waldron of Frankfort. In Hotnervil’e. *u; 7, Anson B Bowler, Esq. and Mn Ma tha 4 Ltwtou. lu Viualhaven. Ana $6 K uboo L Pierce and Mias De i ah I Crvikctt. In Kook land, Aug 98. Albert 8 Gay, of Friendship, ax-d MhaCaroline b Juasnoa, of ttookland. Dl fiU. In this city. Sept 4. Mary K Arm-by. aged 'u yaarv. In Roxbury. Ms— Sept 1. of dysentery. E*v P P Morrell late delegate of the Cbilstian Commission «t Dor p Bottiu la Brook], n. X Y. Sept 3. Wm Tycg Smith, form erly of Portland. ag« d about 29 j ear la Andoter. Aug S! Water Winthrop, son oi Lbn W ami Haiiuab K tj'tgg. aged 7 moniha. 1c Rockland, Aug vs. Mr? t- uuiot II, wife of $.m -on B ood, K-'i aged 44 vara. Iu Roc£!27!*. h* P* \ Mr Ata Barn'«. aged 6* yra; I!t* Franc, a A. with oi Wei f Abbott, aged H. In Fairfield. Aug 6, Mrs Olive, wit# of Allen Vf mg. aged 75 yeaia lu Saco. Aug 16. Mrs Lydia Ann, wife of William John-on. aged 63 ytam 10 m»u:h« In t'or’ i#h. Aug 6. .3 .rah (luinil, aged 63 veart 1 la Bangor, Aug ‘it, Mr Daui B Hinckley, aged 44. I la I>ay.on. Julr 31. Mi-# Jane Mason, aged 2ti. In Alfred, July 23. Mr John Kj.tr on, aged 34 yra 3 months In I i oilfield July 23. Mrs Wealthy P. wife of Wm 11 Frost, aged 32 years. IMPORTS. PfCTOU NS Brig Thos Connor-235 tcnsccal, to Jaa L I-arm. r. Sch H aui .ail—2*8 tons coal, to J L Farmer. I1CRBe Kl' RIVER NS. Sch Allred—75 tone coa! I to P * fc P K K < o M AlTLAXp XS. Sch Refudc?r—110 tons plaster to ms-tcr. WINDSOR XS. Brig Day spring—3 JO tons plaster, o master. SAILING OF OC KAN STEAMSHIPS. eravnan taon nog sails Kangaroo.Liverpool- .^.Xew Y<*rk. Aw* dr mania.ftonthampton New lorjt. - .Aug 24 •leiamj .. Livery* nr.... Cue bee.... An *25 ilecla..*.! „.Mrarpool-Xew York Aug 23 -icotia. . .Liverpool.York . Aug 27 I'enmiy Ivanis.Liverpool.... New York.. An* *9 dorumua.Southampton New York Sept « Eagle.Xew York Havana .. .. S*f t 7 Inna.Xew York Liverpool ....Sept 7 Yazoo.New York. New Urlcmas.S-pt 7 L<ui«iaaa....Xew York.. I iverpool-S«pi 10 iura. .l^uebee. . Liverpool... Sep 10 Eiiuburg.Xew York . Liverpool....IF pt 10 tiuropa . Boston..Liverpool .... Sept 14 C«tv Washington. New York .Liverpool .-.>«p K Sootia.New York Liverpool ... Sept 21 Vratna.Boston _Liverpool... Sept 2? La Fayette New York Uavie..Sept 14 MINIATURE ALMANAC Tura.lay.. September •• van rUas.5 31 i High water (am)- 1 60 *uu aatv.. 6 23 1 Length of daya.12 51 - ■———■■ ■ M A HI N E NEWb. 1‘OKT or PORTLAND. M..da,,.. -■■ ■■ ■■ -S.rl.aWr t. AKRI VKD Steamer Chesapeake, Willetts. Xew York. Stoamer Ltd? Lang. Ho t, Bangor. St amir Scotia, kitnbol. Augusts Steamer Xew Brunswick, Winches Ur, Boston, for St John XB. Brig Thou Connor, Tinkhara Patou. Brig Clara Brow ... (ih w) of and from Freeport. Sch Alfred. [ Br) lliggiua. Herbert River XS. Sch Reii deer, (Br) Good. Maitland XS. Sch l>aui kora. (Brj Hi r, til! -boio Mi. Sch l.rauvi! e. F<>urta n. New York. Sch Delia lliucs. Ili^gii -. Calais. Sch Brilliant. Ha*c •, Bangor. Sch Ju la fr Men, Orr, liiy i g ear. Sch# oc*aa lil y of bw'r irk*. Traveller, of brie tol. a d H«-l u Tree of Rock port, from U-hing. Sch* Ireuton and J I* Chase. from fi-biug Sch Xew Zealand, W luohcubaeh. Bangor for Bos Ion. Sch Henry, Car er. Baugor lor Salem Sch Foam. Blake, Belfast for Gloucester. CLEARED. Brig Trenton. Atherton, New York—aaaater. BT TBtBORAPB TO HaKCUAXT’B UCHAiei. BOSION. Sept5—Ar.sfcp Martha Riiooot, I*oo)a from Shields. Th * new baroue Art' me»ia, recently launched from the yard of B W Pickett, at Cap# K.|<abeth. has been old to C Mgatcrold of Valparaiso, lor 343,wC0 no M ENT 1C* PORTS. BALTIMORE—Ar 3d, sch James Satterthwaito Long. t.aruii.er 1‘itl LADLLI'UIA— *r 2d. ship Toutwanda. Jn ien . Liverpool; New England. E ige l*eu*aeola ba^uc John Trucks. Taylor. X'ew Orleans: b If L Near*.Smith Fortre## Monroe; sch Maria Hall t?ar deld. Bal iiuore. Cldlst. big Bur lush Sheriusn Saugus Port Royal Si*: O C Clary. Parker. Salem Ar AI. *ch Wm Carltou, ''ackard Boston. Cm 3d. bn* Caroline f ddy.Ssuih. port Royal 8< • Wm Al eu. Stubb-Olaclua*. schs Gfc.rgia. GiJchrh.t’ Belfa«*: M l) Haake?! llaake'l. Salem Ai De aware Breakwa i r lat. trig Monlci fro*. Bangor f. r Mriauza*. (put la for w*ierj; am**, tor. from I blladelph'a fer i kl*u P SEW YURK-Ar 21. >ch« Trident. Robison, fm Lin^aniH, korest. Strout. t hem tie'd: Flora Cha.uh. Machlas; U M French. June*. Boston - De troit. Smith. Harrington, Exchange, Wic#.ow, fm Providence. CM PI battue; K W Griffiths, [||r) Mat an z*i: J P 8p:ocer, (Hr) Pletou CM 3 . *ch# Vein*. Stan wood, Sagna; Saxou.Cas sidy Portsmouth; p 8 Lindsey. terry, Boston. Al-o cM 3i. brig Sarah Uaodvuv. Crowley, for Glfe-e Bay CB: •-ht 8 Gi man. Crowell, and Ma ra catbo. Hetil y. Boston: J li d n Davis. Ell-worth Ai 3d schs K C Lane, Lane. LiOj.au CB. l>ko out lhato v’.PicVu. Adgt m e. ftiix, H 1.1; tv l.i:,i • too Marietta. H -11, RocEatM; Alfr«d M*l!. Hall Port’and ar 4 ti. shipa llarpswell, Tnkojr. Ha« rt. American Ksgle, L’rqubart. Londou; Excelsior, Perdition. Lit e> pool; l hulls J B.kcr Yeung Newport; bark I tl E ?i'*a<ing. Roger*. ( roustadt. PROVIDENCE - Ar 3d, *cb Ryrintiuui, Small. augu« a. ’ C*d 2J. brig J W Woodruff. Paten, Pictci; *ch Ja» n». sj rag jc Phi ad Ipt.ia A 4 h ach-* Av n. ark, and Arcturus. liiggins Bangor; * elb u ne. Mars n. nugunta 8031E 1*8ET—Shi 3d, brig 1 riiuea, Patte.*on. tor Tivtou » BRISTOL—Ar 2d, wh Planet, McD?rmot‘, from Ruck'aud FALL RIVER—Ar 3d, brig J U Cout.cc, Cox, fm - Bangor. N •-Wl’ORT —Ar 21, acli“ D in a cu*. ( Lurch, from Gardiner for Fall River; B oomer. Ha-kell, fhi Fall i Rjy.t tor Bo-ton HOLMKS’S HOLE—Ar 21. strain tug Warrior. ! Woo* • r. t.om lAitport tor New York, with barge Wiu Roberts in tow (and sritd * In port 3J, schs Peucinisn, tJira Frances. Idaho, fudge lento y. -waport. I ©i to Kico, 8 K. Hart 3. A Con nit Prize B L Uoudou. KDG ARIOWN — Ar Ibt, brig IJcaiy Leeds.Smith. New York tor Boston NEW BEDFORD CM 3 1 brig Souza, (Pori) for Bang r to toad for St Michael*. Ar 3d. #cb* kdlp e, Burger Caai*; P-esident. , Whit-. Gardiner: Palo*. Moon, Sullivan; 4th. Char- J o tt . Hickehon, Bangor. BOSTON—Ar 3d. sets Triumph. Jarvis, Philsdel- j gtiix; 31 Hue Bragdon. Sullivan: Poo!, Hardy, Ban- ! ;er. At'bv Gale. 3lcD u* d Helfiut ( lilod b r>jue Undine G'over t icnfti^gos-, brig la ma. Gibb« Cardenas: tch* sa» ID, Kelley Nor* ! bl<: Ann Elizabeth, Baker, New Yoik Ar 4th. *oh* Savou, Du J>eY, Cal&i*: or.icle Mi'ch- i 11 Pcmbr ke: Venn-*. Small, do; Wm Pope, Libby, '■ fachia*: Dexter. Float;. Surry; Ponmt. Jordan! ! iiUwvrth: Sailor Boy, PL kh in frn Stcubeu; A J )y«!r. Kogers Cut.fr l.e iriian. Wat). Eden; As ii k brain'd tub. Mt Dwelt; Cathat:ao, Conary liuehill. Kiriug Su •. Him li J.tm *bor.<: t rends -o*>k. Addison; 31sj De? ting. Co eon. a d Webhau et. Duncan Ha gur: ho c urio Miller. Thomas on; 8 B Mutbits. e reamer, Waldo boro Onbir - raun, buwioiutam; Wm Fean, Cnril*.’ heuue unk. Ar 6th. bar. ue Laror. Knag pieiou, brig A F .ariabi-o taili* c, PttiKde piria ^ 8 « LaM—Ar 3 i, l r.g- Cuuu. mt. Shaw. Boston for al I*; Ghvrie a Nickel«, do lor Portland; acha ofann.h Rose. Burgee, i hiladelph a: O-cgou, lillor. Blauhi'J; P.ealdeut. Perkin*. Bangor ; Ueu Gold ilut-te , Wiuohen a#k. WaMoboro; Amer ouv Blanchard. Gardiner; i ro W snow. Haakaii. Plymouth for Calais; Lap- i w^*‘h' AbbrW.id. Halehioe. Rancor for I “>V; WeponMt.HIlkr, Kocklaad madflpS* ‘ C-“ ’•C.rT.r.Tr^, GLOICESTEB-Ar Id. aah Rena, Cndworth. tm rprt)°ndIOr ’ i'*c*eI- Grant, Ulawonh lor HKWBCBYPOHT—Ar Id, Mb Put Bcj, Tain, j Bonk'and. ■ASGOB—Cld 3d. banjo* Anna M Gray. (n»n) , Gray, Havana; Anna WaJrh <»twi Coomb*, Llrtl pool; Mb Brilliant. Hateb. Portland P6HEIOX-PORT*. At AI»oa Bay CCH Jnly II, barqa* G I Kaap, Mayo. Horn Bo.loo.ar In. dl-c Aral Rio Janeiro Jalv 3k. ebip Helen Clinton, Sprecae. new York for nan Krancirco. tt li-Bama 3d nit. barqne t|oiek>tep. Brown, b'ladelphie In port ioni olt. tarquo Princeton, for Sew York in 8 nay* __ Ar at Lingan CB loth ult. ach Mary. Fawyar, KtW York. ( id 13ib brig Kenmbec. Blair. New York Ar at Glace Bay ‘ B 6th ult. ba <;u© Jomj* Nicbo'eJ, Nicholas, Boston: 7th. brigs C Matthews. I rtngrew, and N htpvene. 1’aiks, do; Lupwt, W-Uon ftn do; llth, neb Ocean longer Brsdiey, do; 14th, bng k.L Itn Bernard. Burt cm. Boston Bid lu i ow Bay CB 19tb ult, briga J West and Aroostook, for New Tort. * Ar at Chatham NH &th ult, barque Norton, Hail, Greenock. fY*r steamship Gt-rmaufa, at K York] A. i' Li- rpool Aug 21. Fnropa. Bead Rangoon. 1 *ld - h tiov Lmgdou. Davie, Singapore . TM, t at avail. Lawler. New York t Id Md. Borento. Leering, New York; ZrntT*« Blair. Kan goon: Ellen Bear*. Bartlett. Singapore. Ent for Idg *)th, Belle Wood. Freeman, tor Now York. 81t tm Newport 19th, Geo Griawold, FattengHl. ! New York. I Ar at Falmouth 21st. Unicorn, Tbcmaa, Boaton for Livirpool. Bid 21*1. John Spear. Stinson. London. Old iui (.lasgow B>ih. Kobeaa Mania. New York. Ar at yueeuetowu ly.h.ParicpT llaiU. from Fhi a SAlitlk Sid ftn Auckland NZ June 14, B andira Dud af, Barrett. Callao. Aral Table Bay CGH July II, Saxon, Sheppard, Naw York. Bid tm Simon’s Bay June 70. Lorenzo. Mcrriman, Akyab; Monsoon, Lewi-, (*romAk)it> ter Lm» Boston AI*°* B*r CGn Ju,r Gf0 T K<mP- Ha7# 0o“*rtM,r* ,,,h u,t' *W«»U. Cba,cfcl ,, 8M tm Cadi, liih all, Ti Inca. H.rrlmaa. Ro.,.. 8ld fm Broawenbaren 19 b all, lamb. ' Shaw. New York * c J Ba|IHmor.^rt ,nt r*1,feB ** *•«'.. <•» C*^* 11 M'b oil, Col Ad.au, Mill., from Aky’ab AntW,rP MoalfUU.. KiHay, (tea [Tar iktauiup Belgian J •POKE If. B.Ju,n'r“o,‘r *mlti\V •. *kip Joaiab L Hal*, fm ^rU'Z ji." 7a^“ po.l'ilfsMVolt *• *’na S‘*r- '■ Ut,r A“*** *•! If 4d. *°n 69 19, barque Opbaa Stgrrett. !ro“^*P* Breton h*r Pkjladelpt in. c«*£>f££(r* U',M Amk im Eodjmk,° —i-11 - „-tr.v ,'.,j ,,,, ,e^-L .a n a w auy BtvTIdEJMEM'p. IlforriN’ MiustrelB Dooring Hall i For • short eearoa, rcrnntet cli ( WonUay Eveaiag, »ept. 19. Ejt.w Ohingi of Programme Each Evening. Doors cpea it 7—to oantrci at 8 u'cloth. id. . " ■• •'»rd »cit« frj cu W. A. Aanorr, Agent. Sept 8 —<9: 0. A. KOMIS, Kaaagar. «RAHD PIC-XIC EXCURSIOBf | SACO RIVER GROVE. THE ssrs»l rio-Kk e|*hc Fsisttri' .Crept ijtkw will tats place iSi umt, kept 3<h « hiadlei’c Fail Brian B-sd He- beta eaaaeed for the occarloa. Ike • on-ailf iee ml'i taroi-b. fre, ot expense, x large Boat la ‘bo jj^o^h'DpnCfag; also. Foot tills. btsiags sLd r «‘et« from Portland M et*: Saecaiarii '* cts. Gotta* 80 on; to be bad at D*as . Apo hreatp ,***®**°ro.A uan oo *. v r niaaa b C^o. t, ib4 of the Coamlt'M *1 Art irr* rr i». l'«» will leave the Krnu.bte Depot it 1 t. | ? '•<*>* Tbetoe-ti.tloa will icaro tb-ir Han. lt< 1 KN Ttl HI., for tb« Ofi't ot 7* a' iiditfiHl l. tb Bcbd Jfe , tkairtitslot's.kcVilr c,o.T#.“ O.ber tradraipd th. ...blk tic re ttc”eltv imii.d t cttrnd hhould'be wccih-r beto'int the ea corifoo vp|H hr DOS po .ed iq Ibe Bret fair at* ft wist fee fArrh«,j'm-»ft~Jj%n rf,t<mi». nm K. baylvr. John K ll.ntr. s-, H F. Brown,*. Fa‘«or. eloh.nl D Ps»e, H. b B ireesa. Ofe. • H Ow,a Cbo. U Hal Bi.*r4 8. Wett, t tor Jianop/r, KrcLerd u psgo. JvboF Ha*, "e-*™* » ► Brown. l>. O. Cbaadler.Prompter. Srpt o h—atd LEWIS. ROLLINS IBOID, Nos. 141 & 143 Middle Street, ■tore Fomrrlr Uccaplrd hr Jotbk Baileifk, Uaelat leaaad the above st s t«, low reel, «e fro poee to opoa a First Class Tailoring, FINE CLOTHING, -AID Gents' Furnishing Goods ESTABLISHMENT. Wb Buy ui ItU far Cash and At* toad to Our own Bueinsia. Ws arc enabled Is oBtr la the pnbli Goods as Low as Can bs Bought In this City or State. jUUR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT Is under th* direction if Mr. loan, well kMnts the public a FIRST CL.499 Cl'TTBH. Grateful te oar Meads aad the public (ar their liberal | at ro sage at oar former pluses of hast Bees, we still solicit ihelr favors. at4 we pledge to dual with them aa the *|oarv. T. C. LEWIS N Ki'LLINS, Sept 8—dtf H .MBUML Grand Trank Railway. FaatuMr eoasi r, I A.. twrrtaww, sapi 3. Ib'd ! LL persons rqul-tug res. I pa from ihn. Com psny for the ue l.vry of ssj-tsh, and p.i meat •i i .iga, charsrs. above lusniy do lurs. a.vet ads btunvpe upon the aims or th y ai l n ■ beslgueo Sep, 8—dim JOHN POKI KOLs, agent. <opirliiirslii|» Ngiicr. flkUti under ogned have this day formed - Curort M nervh p un. er tbs list aud name of "Ltvns Kollos A BoeD.*’ tor th# purp.-.e or doing a* wholem . and read clothing nasla< so. ul \oa let and 143 Middle St Portland, Me T C. Lewis. Portland. Sept 1,1884 — iep«<lw I'arurnUhfd Apurimt-nl* H itnlid. WANTED xb.ot the middle of Uetobcr neat two good vlied untarnished rooms, to verve u a parlor .nd a bod room- or a seoileman tntv. I he h'-x-e musi be in a go d I. c<tilr. Apply pe,. sauallv at the British C'ouvulate. Kxchx g» s, bo. tweou the horns oi lianas, or if by.ettrr tn U i M Box No. 84 Post Oflioe fivtlw ' Eldt-rhi rrlw dfc Chffrlri Wuiile-d. T?1lh‘*h*i* *' Bldtrberrles.i. tk oImu, xodake Miaok (karri*., b. W a *, as , «***AOUi.M A i!OW8<L Sept 8-ahwtf »v Markat Clothing Lost. h-tween Warraw Mark;! •®4 Bit jj|t two pain Woolen Kama •rappad In a bundle, fha §»J*TwZk? J22!A *»•* °a "•**"* tb*m »t«h# Pr*tOOoa fortlanJ, Bepi 6 — dlw To L«i. TTe°d Vela— i'n9®fnt* M ,b* of s.-a, »s Ino.imo, JABE2C WiwDMUM. 4?. ltd Efltatr Bra k» r, U kxciiaiisa si ^p N a rH a v it WOODMAN. 28 Oak St s pi« ■•■M IO Hchl rvWELLINO HOCSENo 1 Cotton Strtot * *><>». Wanted. AllTUlTlOl Is a whoJataJa ctorn diWr at btfok-toapw. dark or a^Taug SL lr«0<l tsforaaa. Apply |. a g, DnllvVrvte eeptddjw*

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