Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, September 19, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated September 19, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY. PRESSES? VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1864. T” ...... . .__ _ ____ _ WHOLE no. 686. PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. JOHN T.OILMAN. Editor, P*bll*tied >t Ne. S2( EXCHANGE STBEXT.b] N. A. F OUT K K A CO. fen :'.J»rL**D U*u.T l'B*MUj'ub!l6hed»t*8.0l per jcat. Iuk aiaim a ST A tkPeiib If published o very Thor* d%y morning,at 92.00per annum, in advance; 92.21 If nai l wii'iio Mix mouths; and 92.D0,Jf payment b< weiayea beyond the year. Itjitesof Advertising: *• up iuwh <ji space in length of oolutnn, constitute a ' ttVI’AEK." *1.50 per square daily first week; 76 oenU per we el •tier; threw iusoiiiou* or leas, 91.00; continuing eve fy other day aft^r first week, 60 cent#. Usui *<«> *rt% three ineertiou* or loss.76 oents; om week, *1.00; 60 nts per week aft*. Under Uc&d of avcscmsmv, *2.00 per square pel w*ck. three insertions or lc«a, 91,60. Sproial Nonoil, *1.76 per square first week •1.00 per square alter; three insertion* or less, 91.25 haif^a square, three insertions, 91.00: one week AdvtrtUeincuts inserted in tho Main* 8tati rua^fi (which La* a targe circulation in every part o: the State) for Gu cents per squarein addition to tbi above rates, for each insertion Lhoal NoTicEP at usnal rates. Tr&aiieatadv<rU*omen»r mast be paid forin ad vance Bc*?inbpv Noticur, in reading columns, 12 oenti per lice for ono insertion. No onargo less than fifty cents for each insertion. A U communication* intended for the paper thoald be directed to the * Bditur tfthe Prttt, and those of a bueinos* character to the f'nbliskert. TT Job rnnmaio ol every description - xeontod with dispatch. P. Tracy, Traveling Agent. Monday Morning, Sept 19, 1864. The Chicago Convention. Appeal ol the Natlenal I'aion Committee to the people ot the Hailed Slates. Headqoabtbjm i NaTIOXAI. CxiOX CotlUlTTkK, [ New York, Sep!. 8,1865. ) The great Rebellion, which lor more tuan three yeais has wrapped the natiou in the flames of civil war, draws near its crisis. Its armies have been beaten, its territory bas been conquered, the lorts and posts which it treach erously seized have been occupied and held by tbe soldieis ot the Republic, its foreign allies have beeu detached Irom its support, aud its hostile arm, paralyzed by exhaustion and dis couraged by defeat, is upheld solely by the hope of political victories to be achieved by Us allies in the Presidential election of Nov. ember next. If tbe people iu that electiou sustain the government, if they reassert it* just authority aud resttirm their purpose to maintain it by war so long as war assails it, the rebellion will speedily cud. If they falter in ibis determina tion or leave any room for doubt on this vital point, the rebels will take lresh courage and prolong the contest. Fvery utterance of their orgaus aud their ageuls ailirms and confirms tills position. Every rebel in arms*and every rebel in office—every rebel organ in the rebel State* or in foreign land*—every hatred of democratic freedom and the rights of man. longs aud labors lor tbe overthrow of the ad ministration and the expulsion of Abraham Lincoln from the Presidential chair. In the Northern suu Western States this hostility has be<A embodied and organized iu the acta and declaration* of the Chicago Con vention. That Convention gives a silent ap proval ol the rebellion itself, aud an open con demnation ol the war waged for its suppress ion. Without a word ol censure for the con spirator who plotted the nation's death, it brands with unsparing denunciation the pa triots and heroes who defend its life. While it passes iu utter silence the g;gaclic usurpa tions of Jedersou Davis and his confederate traitors—while it overlooks'entirely, and thus, by j ust aud necessary lnfereuoc, approves their abrogation of political rights aud personal liberties over all that portion of the United Bum* in which they have been able thus far to sustain their usurped authority, it pours out its wrath, without stint or measure, upon every act by which the Constitutional Presi dent ot the United Bute* has sought to defend and protect tbe life and liberties of the nation, Whose executive power is placed in his hands. That Convention had no words of exulta tion lor our victories: no thanks aud honors tor tbe soldiers aud sailors who have shed their blood to achieve them. While it denoun ces our government for neglect of duty to ward our “fellow-citizens, who are now ’ and Joug have been, prisoners ol war In a suffer ing condition,’' it has not eveu a syllable of censure for those tebel authorities who, w;tb more than savage cruelly, and In utter disre gard of every dictate of humanity, as well as pfevery usage of civilized warfare, have delib erately and with systematic purpose inflic-91 upon these prisoners all the tortures of expos ure, of neglect aud starvation, and have otter ed premiums for their murder to the brutal guards U) whose grim custody they were con signed. And. ou the very eve of the most glorius victories that baye ever cyowned our arm? —after three years qf bloody, acstly'aud successful war, when three-fourths ol the ter ritory originally held by the rebels lias passed into our hands:at the very moment when the rebeliiou itself is tottering to its fall, aud the flag of our country is rapidly advauciug to |U oii| supremacy, the party represented at Chicago demands mat “immediate effort* he made lor a cessation of hostilities''—a step which would instantly arrest our oomjueriug armies aud snatch Irom them the glories of a triumph, repeal the blockade aud throw the whole rebel Homier open to the supplies they so sorely need, secure the recognition ol , foreign powers, aud either accomplish their Independence or give them the ability ta tight lift it lour years longer. We appeal to the people of the United Slates—lovers of the Union and frjeuds 01 Fr -edom—against the cuusunjuiatiou of life loul crime against both which tbe acts and de ciaraiioos of the Chicago Convention involve. nnt tit uinfltifin tliMht* nrinci pits aud nuiitunits by electing the caudi dates put Ibrward to represent them. Wc implore them, as they love their country, si they seek the leuewed integrity of its territo ry, as’they desire tbe peaceful protection ol its dag, and the blessings ot its free iustitu tious aud its equal laws for themselves am tbeir posterity, not to arrest tbe blow wbicl it just ready to descend upon the rebellioi now tottering to its fall, not to give tbe re bals time to renew their strength for fresl conflicts; not to aid those who would ai< them in overthrowing our government, ii destroying our Union, in plunging into chaos of anarchy the great communities c Which lh« Constitution makes oue great am o orions Nation, and in thus extinguishing, fl n ally and forever, the hopes of all who ha\ Faith iu Freedom and the Rights of Man. We call upun tbe People to bear ia min that, by wbale-ver sophistries they may cloal tbeir purposes, the Chicago Convention ueith cundenius tbsi action ol the Richmond rel c'li. nor prop-i»JS to expel them agalnjt thul tyill or by any exercise of torce, from th seats of power which they have usurped. I all essential respects tbe action tint the Cur venliou look accords with tbe cuds that U rebe:s seek. Roth desire a cessation of liu tiiilies. lioib deuounce, with unsparing bi semess the (Jovurnmeutof tbe United State aud both alike seek its overthrow. Both d tuand that the attempt to conouer an arme rebellion by force ol anus shall ha abaodoi ed. And both demand that, wbeu the Go erumeut of tbe United Slates shall have pasi cd Into the bands ol men opposed to an arc e4 defence of tbe Government against rebc lion, ihe war shall cud by peaceful conlerenc pf tin; e allied powers. l>'hat mope than th could the rebels ask or need for a ctmsuuim Roil of all their plans? We call upon tl people to bear lu miud that, if they elect il candidate of the Chicago Convention, tin arrest the Government iu the executions its plans and puproses ou ihe very eve their fulfllmeut, and one ihted of a year b fore any new administration can take plac Tbe iuterval will be one of hope aud con Hence for the rebels, and of exultation ft fV>irr sjitaf |o t}re loyal SGtes- In the W. i ern States aruiid pfepatNuons U.,\c ajreao been made by the disciples and advocates secession, to follow the example of the bom bud sever the West from the Federal UnU The success of the Chicago programme November will lie tbe signal for carryi these designs into execution; aud the loui bi March will dawn upon auew Western c< federacy, aiming at independence, defying i power of the national arms, aud cooperatl with the slave power of the Southern Sta In blotting from existence the free llepul of the Western world. We call upon the People to crush a'.l t'n scheme,, aud to uiaud fheir authors and all n-lth their lasting reprobation. Wc call u| them to support the Government, to quell rebellion, to defend and preserve the Uni We call upon them to stand by the Preside who, under circumstances of unparalelled Acuity, has wielded the power of the uatioi with unfaltering courage and fidelity, with in tegrity which rveu calumny has not dared Lc impeach, and with wisdom and prudence up on which success it now stamping the sures and the Hnul seal. Ills election will proclaim , t0 l‘la world the unaltered and unalterabh determination ol the American People to quell the rebellion and save tbe Union. Ii w iii strike down forever tbe false hopes ami expectations, of the rebel govenrment, aud proclaim to tbe rebel Stales that their only hopeol peace lies in abandoning their hoslili ty to the Uorverumeut aud resuming their al legience io tbe Constitution aud Laws 01 tbe United States. Vie cull upon tbe Union Committees and the Union Leagues, and upon nil loyal asso ciations in every State, county aud town, to perlect their organizations: to iufuse fresh vigor and activity into their operations; to 1 canvass carefully and promptly their respec tive districts; to circulate Documents aud Newspapers containing just aud forcible ex positions of the merits 01 our cause; to com bat by assemblages of the people in public mtcliugt, by public speeches, by conversation, by letters and personal appeals, and in all just and proper modes, tbe deceptive and per ilous sophistries of the ageuts aud political allies ol the rebellion. Let them be on their guard against the art* of corruption aud of iutriguo which will be brought, with unscru pulous desperatiou, to bear upon them. Tbe reliel government, aDd those Foreign Powers most deeply interested in our destruction, could well afford io expend millions in over throwing this ailmiuist ration, and placing in power tbe nominees aud representatives of the j Chicago Convention. Tbe skies are bright and full of promise. The iron-hearted cilizeu-soldiers of the Re public march with steady step and unfaltering purpose to a speedy aud glorious victory. The heart ol the people beats true to tbe Union. Every triumph of the Union arms over tbe rebel troops arouses afresh tiie courage aud confidence of Union men, and chilis tbe heart and decimates the ranks of the submission secessionists represented at Chicago. A Union victory in November will end the long aud laboiious strile. It will paraiize the arm of the Rebellion. It will disperse its armies, destroy the hope by which ttie despotism at Richmond uow holds its subjects in bondage, release the people of t he Soul hern States from their enforced disloyalty, and give them again the blessings of self-government within tbe Uuiou and under the. protecting Constitution and Flag of the United States', It will enable our government to exchange the weapons of war lor the counsels of peace, to relax the stern control over public action aud public speech which a slate of war renders unavoid able, to restore our tluancial system, to dis solve all military courts, and hand over again to the civil tribunals of justice the puuish tneul of crime and the preservation of public order, aud to restore to their firesides and their homes, clothed with honors and to be held in everlasting rememberauce, that great army of our citizen- soldiers who have bared their breasts against armed rebellion, and won the imperishable renown of saving the glori ous Uuiou, for which tbeir fathers aud their brothers died. Signed by the Committee—II. J. Raymond, Chairman, N. V.; Samuel F. Uersey, Me.; John B. Clarke, N. II.; Abm. W. Ccrdiner, Vt.; William Clatliu, Mass.; Thomas tl. Tur ner, K. 1.; N. D. Sperry, Cl.: Marcus L. Ward, N. J.; S. A. Purviance, Pa.; Nath.B. Sinithers, Del.; II. W. Heilman, Md.; S. H. Boyd, Mo.; G. B. Seuter, O.; J. I). Defrees, Ind.; Burton C. Cook, 111.; Marsh Giddings, Micb.; S. Judd, Wis.; I). B. Stubbs, lows,; A. W. Campbell W. Ya.; James U. Lane, Kansas.; J. J. Coombs, Dial, of Col. PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! -AND BACK PAY ! iro obtained lor Woondui Soldier, (disclitrftd, ana the Iriends of deceased soldiers who are entitled to the same by BVROM D. VEHKILL, Aitoraoj ail Cetueiltr, tl K«. 117 little Street, -AUD Licensed Agent for all the Department* at Washington. Portland. April 23.1864. apKeodftn Residence for Sale. Will be sold at a bargain, il called for soon, a desirable residence on Forest Avenue, 8|ev Plains, cottage house, nearly new, with good stable adjoining; 4 of an acre of land with pear, cherry and p.’um trees, currants and booster rics in abuDdauoe; also asparagus and strawberry beds; situated within one minute’s walk of the horse cars. Apply to J. 0. COOK. No 8 Treble St. pMM (by royal letters.] ARVTpING, Beal Canadian Bears’ Orease! THE best preparation for the growth and laxnri* ante of the hair. For sale by the Druggist*. septddlai C. S. Marshal’s Bale. La; tel> States of America, J District of Maive,as. J | >U KSU ANT to an Introductory Order of Sale, to 1 tne Directed from the lion. Ashur Ware, Judge of the United States District Court, within aud lor the District of Maine, 1 shall expos*, aud Sell at Tab* lie Ve ndue to the highest bidder therefor, the follow ing property aud merphand je ut li»e ti*ne auJ pla** vitbiu said District astollows. vis .— At Southport, on W> dntnlay the Kief day if September, current, at 12 o'clock J/., The Hull of the Sc hooxeu Mercy A. Howes, and the cargo lately ot» hoard said Schooner, eon sitting of about Fifty C^cintalb Salt Fish and One biil Oil. The same having been erdered to be sold by the District Court of the United States, lor the District of Mainp. Tersu of Sale—Casr. Dated at Portland this 14th day of Sept. A. P. 1964. CHARLES CLARK, y. 8. Marshal, Diyt of M&ipe. LUMBER. Carolina Lumber Company. H E undersigned ha» been appointed bv the above JL Companv. S le Agent tor the sale of lumber, for the biate of New York aud all i orts aud places north of New York, aud i« prepared to furnieh hard pme lumber in any quantities, by the cargo, sawed to any devirt'd d men^v/ the shortest uotipe .also Black Walnut Bay wood, ke. JOB A. TURN KB. , Aug 10. J SG4. eodfcn To Mercnauv Tailor* and Cutter*. 1 * HAVE left with Mr. W I>. Jlinea, No 62 Mid J die street, Port'aud, copies of the true science ol i drafting gRiiuent*. Mr. .1. understands the .. theory and practice as well as 1 do. aud ran com 1 muoicat as well to others. Ol id MaDIsON 1 PoiUaud, Sept 16. 1864. ) Having received auiboiitv from Mr. Madison. I am prepared to furnish all the net etsary ioft rma , tion. aud supply those who may wish with the rules * at Mr N. 8 Gardiuer’s, No. 62 Middle street, k Sept 16—3m W I>. J A M K8. copartnership Nolle*. r ffUlE upderafgued have this day formed a Copart JL nership under the firm and neme of 4*Lswia Kollivv & Boap’* fbr tbb purpOee of doing i wholesale and retail clothing ^Utfpeas, at ||Of. 14 | and U3 Middle Si., lVrtiasu, Me. e T. C. Lkwis, N. C. HoLLiwa, W.M.Bowd. ‘ Portland. Sept.l, 1864 — sepddfiw > Dissolution. J filHE copartnership heretofore existing betweei - j J. Sweat auu Cle»>iM as 4ftcr&syp at Lew, i# tbi fm day dissolved by mutual oonseiit. 1 be attain o! th laic firm will be adjuiotil by either party, M-. Sweat will continue in buainee, at office He I- 117 Middle street, Mmeey’alRow. |- Mr Cleare* at the office of Howard A Clearct He 91 Middle itreet, over Casco Bank k L. D 41. SWF.AT. 5 N4.IHAH CLEAVE*. \r j Portland. July loth ISO.. lyl&dBm e ■ -—-— e Dissolution of Copartnership. y rilHK oopirtuenhlp heretofore enieltng hetwee if J. the hereby diuolved by tnutei .f consent, l’be affaire of the la-e Area will be settle *' at our now place of bminem, No». ltl and 149 Mit i- die 8t- H. C. UOLLtaa, e. W. M Bono, j. Portland. Sept. 1,1964. aep7d2w t- JVotice of DisNoltition. )’ mBR firm heretofore existing under th* name an uf style tofGloudtiian, Stfiv*us A Co., !• h rrby di Halved by uiu ual clatent. Me*vrs. Cloudman at * iteveo* a;e authorized to settle and adjust the a P* fairs of the late firm. JOHN CLOUDMAN, in ALBERT B STEVENS, Ig JOSEPH WALKER, th Portland, S«pt. 1,1864. IU- u *-1 uA atessr* Cloudman and Sevens will continue <1 same bttstners at the old stand number 168 Commc ng ctal 8t eeplGeod'lw M lie Portland Company. QUBSCK1BEE& to the New Stock may ®a Be kvpavmeut at the office of the Company on Fo Street or at tho Merchant,' Btek. no, •» Wipeatt ■ ale .tter the 16th (net, intari Pu w;il be charged. Payment mu?t be made, or aecur he by Oc|. 1st !>n Ik c rtifleates of stock of the present Shareholdt r. will bd received at fifty dollars per share EDWABU Ei. BAVEIS Clerl Ilf- Portland, Sept. 14,18*4. ’djw INSURANCE. Life Insurance, THE WIAYhATTAN Life Insurance Company ! OF N K W T ORK. Cub Capital and Accumulation Over #1,700,000 ! HENRY STOKES. Presidsht C. Y. WEMPLE, Secretary. J. L. HALSEY, Aibt,Secretary. ti. N. SIEBBIN8, Actuary. E. DWIGHT KENDALL, General Agt. This long-established Company offers the follow ing advantages to insurers, viz: A large and increasing Capital, securely invested Immediate availability of the dividends, in cash A permanent loan of one half of the premium and a feature, peculiar to thts company, by which insurers are protected against forfeiture of the poll cy from circumstances ol adversity. The company also issues nou-lbrteiting policies on the “Ten Year Plan.” Policies incontestible live years trbmdate (the on ly company in America haviug this provision in policies.) • Local Board qf Reference: Hon. William Willis. N. J. Miller. Esq . CollectorInt. Revenue. Wm Moulton, Esq., Preet. Bank Cumberland. W. W Itiomas, Esq., Prest. Canal Bank. J. B.Carroll, Esq., Merchant Jeremiah Dow, Lsq., Sec'y Dirigo Ins. Co. Wm Kimball, Esq., Trcas. 8. Packet Co. Edward Shaw, Esq., Sec'y Port. Mut.lns. Co. Messrs. Woodman. True A Co. Messrs. U J. Libby A Co. Parties are invited to examine the merits of this compauy before effecting insurance. HENRY K. oTIChNEY, Agent, Office No. 18 Moulton 8t. 8. H. Tkwisbuet, M. D., i Medical C. W. Thomas, M. D., ) Examiners. Gentlemen of energy and responsibility in the different cities and towns of Maine, desirous of rep resenting The Manhattan Life Insurance Co. will please address E DWIGHT KENDALL, Geueral Agent, Box No 2061 P. O., Portland. Aug 11.—eodlm Insurance Co. of Portland, Me. OFFICE . US EXCHANGE ST. Authorized Capital, $500,000. CAPITAL PAID IN *200,000. Invested as follows:— Loan* on Mortgages of Real Estate at two thirds its value, §66.900 Loans on pledge of United States Securities, 61,8"0 Loans on pledge ot City Scrip, 34 600 Loans on pledge of Hank Stocks, 28.900 Loans on pledge of State ot Maine Bonds. 2t,60> Loans on pledge of Androscoggin County Bonds, 4,000 •900,000 This Company Is now prepared to issue policies upon all kinds of property in the city or country, Lable to loss or damage by lire, at as low rates as is taaenbyany ether oflre. The patronage ot the merchautsand citizen* generally ot Portland and vicinity, is most respect loll v solicited. A. K SHURTLEFF, President. JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. DIRECTORS: J.B. Brown, 8. K. Spring, D. W. Clark. J. B. Carroll, John Lynch, H. I. Robinson ntrems: 8t. John Smith, H. J. Libby. H N Jose, H. M. 1’ayeon, J. K. Winslow, G.W. Woodman, Andrew Spring, Alvah Conant, H I. Robinson, PhilipII. Brown, C. U. Haskell, S C. Chase. Jeremiah Dow, N. O. Cram, Win. Mouituu. Portland, August 1,1864. — itdSm UNION Mutual Life Insurance Oo. INCORPORATED by tha STATE OF MAINE Ousrter Perpetual. Organized, 1849. DIRECTOR*? OFFICE, SB State Street, • - - - Boston, lias*. President- UR SR Y CROCKER. Vice-President —DAS 1 EL SHARP. Sscretary-W H HOLLISTER. II. g.wTLson, General Manager of Agencies »• tke Sen England States. Assets, ZUt June. 1864, $960,000.00 Losses Paid to date, $760,060.00 Dividend Paid »» t ask ta date, $340,930.09 THIS Company offers peculiar advantage* toper sons intoudiug to insure tneir lives, in it* saiety and stability, acquired in it* tonrtcen years’ experi ence; in its asses, which, (without its capital ol •HX',000.) amounts to over tbroe-quartern ot a million ol dollars, beiug more than two hundred thousand dollars iu excess of its liabilities for the reinsuiance of all out-stauding risks; in the facilities presented in It! accommodating sjstern of payment* of premi ums ; in the large number, diversified conditions and oocupauons. various ages and localities of lit#* in* I sured, giving the largest requisite scope for the ope ration of the laws of average mortality, and the am plest guaranty to the iusured for the beucfil* there ‘ of; in the division of profit-, the «*«uuo4 apportion ment of which having lor the past fourteen years averaged Forty per Cent, of the premiums paid. Policies are issued upon all the pises usual with Life lusuranoe Companies, and at as low rates as is oonmsteut wit ha view to equity and solvency. Parties desiring Agencies in towns where the com puny have none, and those wishiug I raveling Agen cies within the *>w England bta«es. will ap>ly to H. G. WILSON, 61 State Street. Boston, giving such reference, or information as to age, present and past business, m wiil enable him to form judg ment in regard tharulo- InoeHdSro O F F I O R OF T H i£ ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, NEW YORK, JANUARY 96, ia64. TDK Trust*?#, in couiormity to the Charter ot the Company, submit the following statement oi j it* affairs on the 31st December, I3n3: Premium* received on Marine Risks, 1 from 1st January, 1863, to 31*t De cember, 1863, 33,914,398 93 Premiums on PqliuUts net marked off 1st J anaary, l*i&, 1.706,602 24 Total amount of Marine Premiums, 610,006.001 17 No Policies have been issued upon Lite Risks; nor upon Fire Risks disoou neott d with M&riuo Risks. Premiums marked off troni 1st Jua., 1863, to 31st December, 1863, •7,637,066 66 Losses paid duiing the same period, 3.006.661 04 Returns ol Premia**** and Expenses, 1.092.967 48 Tt»« P Ain nan v has the follow in? Arise ? viz: Unit d State*aud SUt- ol New York Stock. City. Bauk and other Stocks. *3.482,631 30 Loans secured t>y Stocks, and otherwise, 1,45*j,700 1*0 Real Estate and Bonds aud Mortgages, 182,760 00 Dividends on blocks,interest on Boud* and Mortgages and other Loans,sun* dry Notes, ro-insurance aud other claims due the Comp’j., estimated at 104,964 51 Premium Notas and bills Receivable, 3,278,676 63 Cash in Bank, 744.813 8H Total amount of Assets, t#3,'J6t>.aoo 3k Six per cent lnto*«st on tue ouUtau-.iug certifi cate* ol profits will bj paid to the holders thereof, or their U-gul representative*, on and alter Tuesday, the Second of February neat. Alter reserving Three and One hall Million Dollan of profits, the outstanding certificates of the issue ol 1862, will be redeemed and psid to the holders there of, or their legal representative s, ou aud after Tues day, the Second of February neat, trpiu vhiph dat« ; ail iuterest luvj-eon willed***- The certificates to b< produced at the time of payment, and cancelled. A Dividend of Forty Per Cent, is declared on th< net ear red premiums of the Corpptpy, Ipr the ywu ending Decomhcr, l*e<j, tor N\hiotr certificate! will be iaiued, on aud after Tuesday, the Fifth o April next The Profits of the Company .ascertained From the 1st ol the 1st of Jan., 1863, for which Certificates were issued, amount to * 14,32- ,86t Additional from 1st Jan., 1S63, to 1*1 January, 1364, 2,630.00 i 1 ot*l profits for 2U yonr*. «16,9&S,8& , The Certificates previous to 1^63, have been redeemed by cash, 11,*0041< Net earnings remaining with the Com* pany, on lit January, 1S64, *5,263,67 By order of the Board, W. TOWNSEND JONES, Secretary. Ttn> r-fi: u e, John D. Jouei, David Lane, Charles Dennis, James Bry«-e, a W. H. U. Moore. W’m. Sturgis, jr., j Tho*. Tileston, II. K. Bogert, Henry Colt, A. A. Low, W.C. Pickersgill. Wm. E. Dodge, Lewis Curtis, Dennis Perkins, Chas. U. Runsell, Jos. Gaillard, jr., Lowtll Holbrook. J. Henry Burgy, £.^Hargous, Cornelius GrinneU 5* W.’,5eflOD» C. A. Hand, Kovdfhdp , Watts Sherman, . Caleb Bars tow, K F. Mp.jrJi, A. P. LUMi .- U. j Howland, '• Leroy M Willey, Sen] Babcock. Daniel 8. Miller, Fletcher Westray, r’ S.T- Nieoll, B B.Minturn.jr.! Josh’aJ. Henry, G. W’. Huruham, Geo. G. Hobson, Fred. Chauncey, James Low. JOHN D. JONES. President. CUABi ES liKNNiti, Vice Presidtut. ie W. U. M. MOORE. 2d Vice President. V~Ai>plioation§ forwarded and Opbv Polich procured by JOHN W. MUNGEB, Ageut, £ ‘ Ho. 160 Tor* atreot, head of Lons Wh*i PORTLAND, NR. at 1 Jo»»8.—wJwfceodtoJaaW " Hoard. ▲ FEW Boarder! oan be accommodated at No. A Jam! Street, at M per weak. rapt Mlw< FINANCIAL. U. S. 7^30 LOAN. The Secretary of the Treasury gives notioe that subscript!c n« will be received tor Coupon Treasury Notes, payable three years from August 15, 1864, with semi aunual interest at the rate ot seven and three-tenths percent per annum,—principal and in terest both to be paid in lawful money. These notes will be convertible at the option of the bolder at maturity, into six per cent, gold bearing bonds, payable not less than live nor more than twenty years from their date, as the Government may elect. 1 hey will be issued in denominations ol fifty, one hundred, five hundred, one thousand, and five thousand dollars, and ail subscriptions must be for fifty dollars, or some multiple of fifty dol lars. The notes will be transmitted toths owners free ol transportation charges as soon after the receipt of the original Certificates of Deposit as they can be prepared. A? the notes draw interest from August 15, persons making deposits subsequent to that date must pay the interest accrued from date of note to date of de posit. Parties depositing twenty-five thousand dollars and upwards for these notes at any one time will be allowed a commission ol one-qnarter of one per cent., which will be paid by the Treasury Depart ment upon the receipt of a bill for the amount, cer tified to by the officer with whom the deposit was made. No deductions for commissions must be made from the deposits. Special Advantages of this Loan. It i$ a Sat ion ul Savings Bank, offering a higher rate ol interest than any other, and the Ust securi ty. Any savings bank which pays its depositors in U. S. Notes, considers that tie paying in the best circulating medium of ihe oouutry, and it cannot pay in anything better, lor its own assets are either in Government securities or iu note: or bonds pay able in Government paper. It is equally convenient as % temprary or perma nent investment. The notes can always be sold for within a fraction of their face and accumulated in terest, and are the best seourity with banks as collat erals for discounts. Convertible into a 6 per oent. 5-20 Cold Bond. In addition to the very liberal interest on the note? tor throe yean, this privilege of conversion is now worth about three per oent. per annum, for the current rate for 6-20 Bond* is not ess than nine per cent premium, and before tin war the premium on sin per cent. U. S. itocki weie over twenty per oent. It will be seen that the actual profit on this loan, at the present market late, is not less than ten per oent. per annum. It* Exemption from State or Municipal Taxation. But aside from nil the advantages we have enum. erated, a special Act of Gongress exempts all bonds and triasury notes from local taxation. On the average, this exemption is worth about two per oent. i er annum, aocordiug to taxation in variouf part* of the country. It is believed that no s?curitiea offer so great in ducomenU to lenders as those issued by the Govern ment. In all other forms of indebtedness, the fa th or ability of private parties, or stock compan ies or vparate communities only, ia pledged for pay ment, while the whole property of the oountry if held to secure the discharge of all tho obligations ot the United States. While the Government offers the most liberal terms or iu loans it believe* that the very strongest ap peal 'v .11 be to the loyalty and patriotism of the peo ple Subscriptions trill be received by the Treasurer of the United States, at Washington, the several As sistant Treasurers and designated Depositaries, and by the Ktrat National Bank of Portland, Maine, and btr all National llauks which are Depositaries oi public money, and all respectable Banks and Baukere throughout the country will give further iniormation, and afford every facility to subscribe. Aug 20—dh«2m FI KM NATIONAL BANK. Eeven-Thirty Hotci foi Sale. Interest semi-annually, payable in paper at the rate of seven and three teuth* per cent, per annum Bonds coovertable iu three years into six percent five-twenty bonds, upon which the interest is paya ble in coin. The notes will bo delivered here free of expense. The purchaser will receive the interest to August 16 if subscriptions are made before that time. One-tifktk per cent. commission mill be allotted Subscribers at this Bank upon all amounts of $1,1*0 a .id over, W. K. GOULD, Cashier. Portland, July 20th, 186$.—-dfcwtf 1 AM O U A \ K. GOVERNMENT 7 3-10 LOAN. fll 11K Casco Gauk is prepared to received subscrip A lions to the now 7 8-»0 loan in »utn* of #60 and upws*ds, payiug interest on same from date ol sub scrip, iou to August 16th, the date of the Government notes. All persons having $60 and upwards now have a good opportunity ot lending a helping band to their Government by subscribing liberally to this loan. The uotes are convertible at the end of three years into spe-ie, payiug 6 per cant. 6-2U bond?. Loans taken on a* tavoiab.e terms as at any other Bank. • B. P. GEH&ISO. Cashier Ini.. OJ lwr« l. tH. 1 .»r First National Bank. This Bank w^ll convert tne seven-thirty nott* ma turing Aug. 19, and Oct. 1. into six per cent, bonds of 1831. in all the denomiuatious iu which the note were issued, vii:—*60, #100, *600, and *1.000— at a commission of j per cent. W. E. COULD, Cashier. Portland, July 80,1264.--eodtl I Canal Ben Is-. Government 7 3-10 Lean. This Bank is prepared to receive subscription* to the new 7 8-10 loan iu sums of *60 and upwards, paying interest from date of subscription to August 15:b, the date of the new loan. Tho notes are convertable at the end of thr<.e years into specie paying 6 per cent 5-30 bonds. One eighth per viiibeaTvwed on all amounts of *1>KW and over. B.C.hOMEBBY, ‘ Cashier. Portland. Aug. 1. 1864—dtf | ■ ■ .... ■ ■■■— j — Ne\v Ntemn >1111, VoQtoi Cross, between Fore A Commercial Sts. WINSLOW, D0TEN & CO., WOULD inform their former customers aud the public general r. that they have titttd up their New Mill with New Machinery, and are now ready to do Planing. Malchinu and Jointing, also Sweep and Circular Sawing, H «/od Turning, fc\ We have in operation one of Messrs. Cray A Wood 'b new mp roved Planert. for PLANING 0|JT OF ^'4NP. It will T>l*up wi.h thv greatest accuracy from $ incl ; in thiekdes* to 12 inches square. Also AN EDGEll FIFTY FEET LONG, For sawing heavy plank and edging boards. Particular attention given (ppUaiug Ship Knees Clapboards, and hpgvy Timber. Tor ;he accommodation of dea;ers and other* hav lug large lot* of board* to plane, wo have iu counee tiou with the mill 17,000 square feet of yard room. Jyl9eodtf * Carriages, Carriages! final, U<ki nud Neatly Finished. r. 1. F. LIBBEY, No. 20 Preble St. OFFERS for si!#, at his establishment, a variet of Carriages made in the neatest and most sot : •t*nUal mauner. 1 he osscilment comprise* all th — different style* of Light Carriages, and they will b sold on the most favorable terms. Person* intend ing to purchase Carriages will ttud it for their intel B | examine before bayUigelsewhere. MISCELLANEOUS. J. E. FERNALD 1 SON. Merchant Tailors, And Dealer* la Gent’s Furnishing Goods, No. 87 Middle Street. Onr facilities for supplying onr customers) with promptness, fidelity and despatch ere unexcelled. Onr Block is large and dastrable, presenting all the Novelties of the season. TERMS ‘•NET CASH." Portland. Anglo, 18H4 —dtf ^otTce^ The Weed Sewing MachineCo. Have established an office for the sale of their Ma chines at No. 187J Middle St., opposite Free St., which will be open to the public on Wednesday Sept 7. Wherever this Machine has beta Introduced it has to a great extent supineedednil others. Havingen gaged the service* of Mr. J. Bradford of Boston, a practical machinist, who has had over ten years ex perience as a manufacturer and repairer of Sewing Machines, they are prepared to repair and pat in perfect running order every kind of Sewing Ma chine. For the purpose of introducing them more exteciivcly they will fornshorttime.allowthe value of cheap and inferior machlnee la exchange for the Weed Machine. A limited number of Weed Machlnea to lat by th* month or year. Machine binding* of every description constantly on hand. Order* from the country should be addreised, Weed Sewing Machine Co. No., 137J Middle St. C. W. BOB1NSAN, Aeent. Portland, Sept, t-eodtf * For the Island*. I June 13ththestnamei will until further notion '™^™^^leave Burnham’s Wharf, for Peak’* ufSKHtf ,.bUBd,Bt»»ndl».30 A. M„ and 1 BBBEeturning will leaveCushing^t Island BB2J11,6 A’ “d *■** and P. M. ‘wkeuaiceuts, down and back; Children 15 ots. Juno 9—dtf NOTICE. WE, the undersigned, having sold our Stock of Coat, and Wood to Mtasrs. Randall. UcAUt isrfiOs.. do cheertnlly recommend them le ear former customers. All persons having demands against us ire requested to prreeat them for settle Bent, and all person* indebted to ns are reonetted to make immediate payment at the old stand wham "I »n« unucrsiguea may im* roand for the present _ „ . , 8A1VYKB A WUITNKT. Portland, June 6. 1864. Junel3d3 w Coni and Woodj THE subscriber baring purchased the Stock of Coal and 44 ood. and taken the stand recently occupied by Messrs Smvyer t Whitney, bead of Maine M knrf, are now prepared to supply their former putreus und the publio generally, with a 8ns assortment of WELL PICE ED AND SCREENED 014 Company Lehigh, Sugar Loaf Lehigh, flazelton Lehigh, . , Lacnat Monulala. J.h.’a, While and Bed Ash, Diamond and Lorberry, ’ Together with the best quality of Cumberland Coal I A Superior Cool for Blockemitke. Also, Hard nut! Soil Wood, Delivered to order to any part aftha city. The former customers of Messrs Sawyer A Whit nay are respectfully inrttod to give us s call RANDALL. KoALLlSTRH A CO. Portland. Jane 13.1M4 —dly Copartnership Notice, -AXD BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT THE subscribers haring on the 7th day of May termed a copartnership under the name of McCarlliv & llerry, For the purpose of owylng on the * BOOT AMD SHOE BUSIHES8 An all its branches, and haring all tba facilities for getting up arst class work for gentlamon and Indian, wear, are now ready to execute nil orders with neat ness and aispatch Our wurk will be muds of the best of imported stock, by the beet of workman, und warranted to gira per.ict satisfaction, it ia oar aim tint our work ahull not be second to any In tbe Unit ed States. We bare also completed a pock of ready-mada work of the drat quality, for Ladles, Gentlemen, and Children’* We* Selected from New York and Boston market* Our Ladies’ work is from the oelebrated Burtt Manufactory of New York. For Gentlemen's wear vs have the best assortment erer offered for sale in this city; such *1 due French I’ateut Leather Boots: Glore Calf and Calf Con gress for gentlemen's wear; Tateat Leather Con grass, and Calf Coagrass Balmoral, and now French Buckle Boots. liars you seen the new style CRIMFED-FROS1 BUCKLE BOOT, now mude by McCarthy A Ber ry! For neatness, comlort and beautr, it surpassea anything ever got np in this city Call and see It; samples always on hand si the old stand of M. Mc Carthy. McCarthy & Kerry, No. 80 En'hitnge Street. JooeldU The Cabinet Organs MADfi EXCLUSIVELY BT MASON & HAMLIN Are the best instruments of their etas in tbe world. Nearly all the uu>«t prouinen' artists in tbe eonntry have given written testimony to tbit effect, and theee instrument* are in eonstant um iu the con eerie ol tbe most distinguished artist*—as iiottsckalk and othort—as well as in tbe . yjras in tbe principal cit ies. whenever s«ch instruments ere repaired. Price Stt to ff&OO each. These instruments may be fonnd at the Music Rooms of the subscriber, where they will be sold at tbe manufacturers' prices. II. 8. EDWARDS, No.3494 Stewart's Block, Congress St. BnrlS dtl BRADFORD ft HARMON. Pension and Claim Agents, (ExUbltahodlxlWl,) STILL coutiuuc to d»Tot* tkcir »pwi»l and exclx attention to tba proaecuttun of claim for Penaioua, Bounties Anroan of Pay and Prlxe Honey, And all oilier olaiuu ajaiaal tbe Uorcrnment, k T* Ing been duly lloonaed fbertfOr. tP* All advice free. Termaaa low a* at any ktk er Agency, and no pay I eq aired until the cl alma are obtained. Office 88 Exchange ftrect, Joae Block. E 11UADFOUI), L E. LIAUMOH. June 11.—dtf MILLOOHAU'S PATEXT PAIXT OIL. A Perfect Substitute fjr Linseed Oil, ▲ MU MUCH CURA FUR. IT U used in the same manner as L'nsec-d Oil, dries quickly aud very hard, can ha used with all colors, and possesses decided advantage* tor all work ou manufacturing e*tab:i*hiueuts, depots, ears, engines, ail kiuds ol itou work, for roots, and wherevera watter proof paiutls required. For all kinds of ship work, exposed to salt water, it ts su perior to any other. Address orders to CRAFTS ft WILLIAMS, 6 It 8 ('omvbbcial Wharf, Bottom. ^Boston, Aug. 27, IStit. uug8 eod3m Sewing Machine Improvement*, ALL owue«4 of approved Dewing Machine* art invited to call at NO. U CLAPP’S BLOCK* and see the operation of two of the moat importan improvements of the day— Villiuu Pttui Caik ftoiiei, iod Bjfc’i AtUdmut. The former placet* the control of the machine eu tirely under t o control of the feet of the operator preventing all backward motion of tbe wheel, al lowing tlie freedom of both bauds to handle thi work, aud saving tbe breaking of uecdWs and th< entangling of th$thread. The latter will allow the free nt»« of linen threai or of inferior cotton, and entirely does away will the soaping of the cloth. Call and see and you will not thil to have them ap plied to your machines JOHN FOBTEB, Agent. Mr. Fortcr will put machines in order and towel the ope rate is how to use them, so that they wll have no trouble. Portland, Aug 10. 1834. dtf Portland Mutual Fire lusuranci Company* TUE Annual Meeting of thle Company will b held ou Mondav, October 8, at 71 o’clock f. m. Per Order. KDWABL) DMA W, Dept 18—dtw Deeretary. BUSINESS CARDS. PAPER BOX MANUFACTORY. J. 3?. Libby, MAHUnAOTCKBB Or * Paper Boxes, 01 erory description, such 14 Shoe Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Druggist Boxes, Collnr Boxes, Shelf Boxes, ConchologictlBoxes, Powder Boxes, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, ft e. 144 Middle St., (Up Stair*) Portland, Me. JuneldJm Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, Luther Dent, j Portland, Woodbury Dunn, J John A. S. Dean.) Maine. luneidtf J*. Smitli efts Oo., MANUFAOTUBKR8OF Leather Belting, Card Clothing, Dm Strap*, Belt Leather Bitki ud Sidr*. LSA THKIt TP’MUIXQB. »e„ axneon’e Blook, 144 .Middle BL, Portland, Or at the Card Clothing Mann factory, Lewiston. H. M. fiaiwia, (Jnld8m) D. F. Notr*. JOH.Y T. ROGER* A: C O., OommiBsion Merchants, AID WHOLB8A LB DIALERS II Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. 61 Commercial Street, ichM.B.lfiSSlL } PORTLAND, MR. __» Juceldfim "Wholesale and Retail, L. DAVIS, Bookseller, Stationer, AID MAIUFACTCRRR OF Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER HANGINGS. Ho. 63 Exohanxo Street, Portland, Me. _ Jnneldtl CRA8. J. 8CHUMACJLEB, ! Fresco and Banner Painter, No. 144 Middle Street, PORTLAND, MM. MW* Work executed in every part of the State. Janelti VTTTTTfl DTTWVAV Mana&ctaror mod Wholesale Dailar ha B HIT AN 211A Plated Ware, rAV 718 Pore street, Portland _ - • J/ai«« Portland, May 17th, 18M. iasyl7dtl BURGESS, F0BE8, 4, CO., - miDiicTDiiu or Japan, White Lead, Zlac, Paints, And Oronnd Colors, AID DIALBM IV Drnfi Medicine*, Paint*, Oil* A Varniikee. Paint and Color rectory, Xo. V it unjoy St., Oman k Selcereems, *0 Ussrreinl St,, (Taoaan Block.) HnitBT H. Bubohm, mui inn nn Cum* 8. Foies rSElUJB, II. __ _ nsylfidtf BLAKE, JONES Sc CO., FLOUR & GRAIN DEALERS, And Bn Tors of Western and C adiau Produce, 1*7 Commercial Street, • • - Ur,uiite Block. Charles Blake, ) Uenrjr A. Jobss, j PORTLAND. janeldtf JOHnIuYNCH 4, CO., Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Granite Stores, - - - Cotnmero si etroet, (Opposite bend Widycry Wharf,) John Lyneh, i Pels* Barker.! PORTLAND, ML Thoe. Lyneh ) Janeldtf DOLE St MOODY, smut COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And W holeenle Dealers In FLOUR. CORK AMU PRODUCE, Vo. S Galt Block, Commerowl St, Andrew T. Dole, I nnwri W W Franklin C. Moody, j PORTLAND, MR. janeldSm H. OSGOOD. DENTIST, Mo. 8 Clapp * Block, Market Square, P OR TLAMD. *y Artificial Teeth inserted on Odd. Silver, and Vulcanite bare. All operations warranted tv firs satisfaction. juneSUeodial) If E. IL LEMONT, Carriage Manufacturer, Freble Street, - - Portland, Me. O^Carria(e« and Slalf hi os hand aud made to ordar. JanelSdtf C. F. KIMBALL, MAXUPAOTU1U OF Carriages and Sleighs, Preble street, (Nsnr Prebls Uonis.) PORTLAND. MR. Sals Rooms, 110 and 111 Sudbury St, Boston, Mass. 11MIW_ Safes \ Sates \ \ worn BALI AT JAMES BAILEY & CO., Saddlery Hard-Ware Dealers! 16? MIDDLE STREET. PORTLAND,.MR. I_JyUdSm _ Law Partnership. HOWARD A CLEAVES. Attorneys A Counsellors at Law, Office 91 Middle St., over Casco Bank, PORTLAND, MM. toitra aowaiD. aaTiaa clutu. JjrlldtvlD DR. O. H. RICH. SUEGEON DENTIST, HO. IdS MIDDLE BT., PORTLAND, (Opposite fool of Kree Street.) tiering Bttod up the chore named raona, he rronld be heppy vo apt on eU who mey wieh for the eer rice of e akillful Dentlat. Retry branch qf Den., will reoeire oereful ettention, end perfect aet lafhotion will be warrantedJy* dSm M. PEARSON, Silver Plater, AMD M1IUVACTTTBIX OF SILVER WARE, 93J Ctyngrest St., Opj>. Cowl House, Portland,Me. Ey“AU kinds of Ware, such at Knives, Forks, Spoons. Cake Baskets, Cotters, Ms., plated In th« best manner. Alto, Repairing and Re-Jiniehing Old Silver Ware. anffBddm John Kinsman, aAS FITTER, —Alb— Dealer In Oae Kixtnree, > And Oae dt Kerosene Cooking Apparatus. The public ere Invited to examine end teat Uieaa new iurentiona. which ere highly reoommended foj 9 lanntr nae. NO. ti UNION STRMRT Portleud, June It.—eodJm —BUSINESS OAliDS. ■RiULBT, MOULTON A RoeKR8~ Wbulmali Die nas ,B Flour, Grain and Provisions, M Commercial ■ treat, Thoma^Mlock, BOBBBT BBALBY, ) a.a.aoci.*u«, } rOHttJLSD, MM A.O. BOOBBP. J _mayldtf ■ W. W. CARR & CO.. HAtlBg takta the Pratt Store formerly oooapic d t ti. BAWYKK, No. S Eickufe Street, An prepared to offer to tho trade a tarn aad wall ••looted eteak of Foreign and Domestic Fruit I Wboleeale aad Retail Orwagoo. Ipreee Gam, Lemgei Laaary Stood, D wad lea, Loaeow Styrww, Ueeey, , Car.. Nwto. ft,.. oiwt"’ 2"^ ml1 “ado. Dale.. i*1''®*’ Ralolae., Sardines, Clinn «f mil de»erl|»ilnn. ootg dtf IRA WJNN, Agent, No. >1^ Union st., U Spared to ftralih STEAM EHGIHXS and BAILEES, of virion* sixes ind pit teme, tout fife ut Kilim, iiUfairiif.iikifl;^, fgUdyi. k, Liobt Hocbb Won Of all deeortpttoaB. aad ell blade of work required la baddiac roBTinaanoBB. Iroa Stain aad other ArchUectaral Work. House, 8toree, aad otber baUdtwga, ftted with Gee aad Steam la tbs but maaaer. * t°“»ctIon wtth ‘h»»boToleu Iroa Foaadrr, with »large emortmeat of Patter**, to wbtab l2» ; AtteaUoa of Maeliinliu. Mill wrlghU,rad Ship-Build et*«bortnJtto^“<l *“ k*4* °* °“'“f* ™rmiabed tor Order, for Maobtae Jobbtmg Fattsrae aad For fiagi, promptly eMoonted. ontdtl SIN«KR:s SEWING MACF.INESI WOODMAN, THUS * C©„ AGENTS, ■o#. *4 aad SS.Mi Idla Stroot. ■eedleeaad rrtmalagialwayi eabaad. ■ahlttf _ A CAR©. DR. S. C. FERMALD, DGNTISI, No. 170 Mitldl f treet. Iifuiom.Dr*. Baoo * isd Bimn Portiind, May V, 154®. M ■lr. J. nr. irr 11 Ik HATING dUpoeed Of hia Utln interact la ha : Offlea to Dr. J.C riENALD, -roold cheerfully rtooommiBd him to his former pati* its and the mb. lie. Dr. PiavALD, from long exps'lenee iSBrtD&r «l to Ineert ArtMoGU Tenth X WOOD AND COAL. CHEAP FOR CASH ! SPRING MOUNTAIN, I.EHIGB, HEZILTON l SUGAR LOAF, OLD COMPANY LEHJG1I LO CUST MOUNTAIN. JOHNS, diamond? web£ TKS and BLACK HEATH. TbaeeCoalaare of tha rary beat quality, vail screened aad pluhod, aad Warranted to (ire an tia faction. W J Alao for sale beet of hard and soft wood, daUrared to aay part of tot city. Ortioa CoaaaaoiaL St., bead of Fraahlia Wbart. * *• BOUNDS A EON. ■bit dly WARREN’S I IB PORTED FIRE AND WATER-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION, C3-ravol Rooflns FOB FLAT ROOFS. F.. HFRSEY, Afent) 1“* dtf Mo. It Ualoa StraaL ALBERT WEBB * CO. -DIAL IBS ZS Corn, Flour and Grain, MEAD OP UEEILL’B WHAEF, Camaaralal Slraai, - . P.rtlaad, Ma. EDWARD H. BUROIN, VIOLUALI DEALMM IB Corn, Meal and Flour, Alto, Ground Hock Bait Commission .Merchant tob roncaaaiaid salbot Barley, Rye and Oats. O^Cara leaded with Cora in balk ftaa of qparfe Warehouse No. 130 Coaaaeerclal street, Aad Citt Mil.La, Hearing Bridge. ___Juneleodgm Alexander D. Reeves, Tailor Ac Draper, 98 EXCHANGE ST., 1 Manufactures to order aad la the best manner, MU itary aad Nary Uniforma, aad B«ye’ Gar ■anti. _wpiSdtf JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Eniriueer. OFFICE, COOMAN BLOCK, mct.17 Jkwtf Tum ImiT. Ncotch Canvas, —VOS IAU ST— JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Balk, Me. 4 >{\i \ BOLTS Superior Bleeahed 300 do AU Long Ess “Got- .. _ . eminent contract," If!*"*”* lUO do Extra All Loan «u Arbronih mo do Harp Pine Delivered la Portland or Bootoa. Bath. April rn. IMS. apltdtl WILLIAM A. PEARCE, PLUMBER! M.m o* Force Pamps and Water Cloaets, NO. 124 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, CoM and Shower Baths, Wash Bowls, Brass A Silver Fisted Cocks, —“ EVERT daacriptton of Water Fixture* for Dwel ling Hnawf, Hotel*. Public BuUdiuga. Shop* i k* • •'■ranged and *ot up in the best manner, and all I order* in town or oouutry faithftilly executed. AU ! kind* of lobbing promptly attended to. Constantly on hand LEAD PIPES. SHEET LEAD and BKKR PUMPS of all description*. aptdtl J. T. Lewis & Oo., Mauufactarer. and Whelm!* Dealer. Is READY-MADE CL0TIIN8 AND FURNISHING GOODS, Chamber. . . . Sot. 1 and 1 /We Strtt Alec*. (Over U. J. Ubby h Co.,) J. T. Lewi., J. P. LewU. PoRTLAHD.ME. __ Jylldtf TA« Cheapest Agency F[R collecting all olasse* of elaima arlaing from the war ie that of the * MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,’ la wblohtbeexpeom an ooatrolled by a dmiatar eated Executive Committee. Apply la pareon, or by letter, to O KURUS P. KERRY, over tb* Portland Poet Offloe, *d itory. I dawly hotIls. " modnt imciH noise, AT TUI Celebrated Mt. Zircon Mineral Springs, MtUon Plantation%Me , * It bow opened to the public, and no paint iwtll be apared tbit tattoo to meet tbe waste ted reader pleaiaat tad Interesting _‘“y *“««* And also at ntuaJ, i iliil : ■» otu" *mmm el. Stoue*ln°thU2rpJS*i*’ K,doef Complalot, (irav rtntT^,',*^; ®‘‘dd«. «d otter, .iLiar/l war ery tub ride/ ' w,*“r- Splendid ecen can be teea kemtVrdV/h. •* '"O' nilae land. Hurts# Sid iiVil; ^ »■ K»w Eng Stblng in ttretin- and *?*• ti''od Tront built to the Hoiue laat JasminA *°*d »«t er than to any other Mountm“^o"L * Dmu* from dry an ft Fond Station ot ttauil^eSf-1 kail way to tha Hoaae. “*• 0r“d Tr<“» l*Mt Often nlditoi, Mt. Zircon, Mo. Kt. Zircon. July a^law. AB,iolT- etor. biea-Nide Houwe, HAKPSWELL NECK. CA8CO_ BA Y. ThiaUcgxnt and commodioae Ho tol, situated on the extremity ol Harpaweil Neck, a boat half a mile to.ow tbe well-keowa Mention ’ b“-l'1,t i^aa oompieted after tbe ueaigea oi u. X. Uunue, Era Architect aad ander hie superintendence sad will be onea tor company On aad after ihe Vearth of July. The Hoiiae la the largeet estahiiabmeat, construct ed expreaaty for the parpoae ot a Hotel, it say Wat. erm* ilaca on the coast ol Maine. It aa situated in the oentre ol a dense grove or old trees, with see. aaea and Tietaa opening to the waters of the Buy, but ftiaw yard* diattat on either aide “•"■j •■"««»d*d by the tee, aad abnadaaUy •haded by trees, the House has a spacious and besu Ulal veraudah, extending 01 er three hundred and thirty leel on three aide, of tbe building, with wide and taoroughiy ventilated holla and corridors in the interior, to that viaitors can enjoy the most com ole n protection trom the rammer brat oompieit »»d boat landing,arc on tnc »***•“*■ bnt » tew imps from the Uoura. A male **<*ll>*y* ff* ht hand far boatiag and tubing On the * fln* k™*1 >>—«h, where the luxury of •aa-boihiag can be enjoyed at all tunes oi the tide At a abort distance on the nor(fceaet. screes aa arm 0f i?" '* 0^", Jklaad. celebrated by Bln Beech •r Stowe i Well knowu novel. The 8«a hide Hoaae ia tcceaaible by load Iron Brunswick, fliltea miles distant, byoaeof the laee, drives ia the State, aad by daily steamboat from iebradt'af lhakfy **“ “““• plul|!M “°“8 **>• Visitor, coming from the Keunebee and other pmrt« of tbe interior, can leave the railroad at Brana wick. and proceed by »ta*e to Harpaweil. or ooaUa aeto lortUudanJ take the lUaner, which mat aowu and baok twice a day. T. 8MITM, Proprietor. BRADLEY'8 HOTEL, Inertran and European Plans, Cor, of Commercial ft India Sts. -,ter and Dining Hall. /- K^y.%*^ 5r„ ft CO ^grtotrae. _Jnnelbdtm "anmy. Atlantic House, WARBOBO’ beach. THIS Hoaae having been enlarged aad MH-®-. . MI'S Holiday, Jane 13, 1844, *• B-—■Poaillvely cloeed OB the SatHbath*h>*'al Iran,teat vlauore. Juoell W Pleasant Suburban Keaort. CAPISIC^IOUSE, WEST BROOK. k , Tkia alrgaat aubarbu Watering Place. fc‘l¥.tJll°<!,t*4 «Pon » Pleaeaat eminence" ear Cn jrlSHh10.1 onJ: b“ 3aa from forttaad, ka, IMSS; SKjferJSiXaSftM ciuZmtl:0auZi!:£‘- “J • Tha hoaaa I, plea.cnt. retired and qaiet. The ®r® aU B*»i aadtberooma enay aad lightly. The table, an aupplied with all the deiaaaciac aa well aa the nbatantiala of the aea i?* °“® *b® vary beat coot, la «•» England hare been area red Kateaaiva aheda and a 8no (table with roomy atalla are among the convenience, ot the eatabUahmeat. . A® , *,hlnf “OT,IK' ,efficient for the eccommo . b“h*r* *“* k®®” erected with Mope projeettng into tea ieet of water, and the wbola a*, etued from obeervatioa by a floating aereen. , J*■'°*iB< dr®0™ *nce lh® b*ob* ot «ka Pond and »®y»te Indnlireuc# of lb* losnger. . * *b»n of the pablio patronage the an £ ®P«® B« effort forth, enter Weatbrook, Mar'll* 19£4. 0E°' '"'mMlfda HALLOWELL HOUSE REOPENE DI »*W TUMITURB ft FIXTURES I 8.0. DENNIS, Proprietor. aeHo!.T,^.p*b,£ *r* *P®«‘®J1r ritformed that tha •paeioa,, convenient and wall known Hallo-e ail Bocaa, in tha eeatcr of BallowtU, two milte trom ®“d '°®r oilea from Togna Spring, baa been return 1,hod. and la open for the reception of company and permanent boarder,, jjjjjattention wUl be given to tba comfort at STABLING, «A1plyfp""w^nT*,L‘**#M *' ‘ pop®1*r U,,J Bello well, fab. l‘lW4. tachU aodtf THE AHKR1CAN BOISE, ' (tg^fflaaover Street .... Eogton, Tke Largcal and Beat Arranged Hotel IB BXW KBULABD. MUiy**!* NICK, Proprietor. Notire. WE, tha anderrigned, Ship tfutera and Agvuta ■browner,, hereby agree, th,l on and alter tba lr»t dae of Sebtember. 1**. all t argue, laden on board lor tbe island or Cuba, ah ,11 be delivered and merited along aide within reach of entitle tacklea taoapting long lumber, which i. to be towed to the • sore by veeeel’a crew,, acceding to the ciutom of tba principal porta in tha Uultid Mate, Edward seeding, Hubert Dyer. J. U. Varney, Samuel Pole, S. O. Davie. Hbubal Merrymaa. Jamea L. How, 1C J. l iukham William Anderroa, Henry h. Urea, Benjamin 8. Trae. Jamai bain. Jobu Berry, C C. Dailey. Joaeph Moan’lbrt, Jamea U. bulehluon Juabua Poland, John W Crowther ‘ Cieorge O. Coggina, John K. Kanoay. Lyman 8 Clark. Lewia Mitchell, Andrew J. VeUengm. A. B. W ebber, Walter W Lock, Walter Merrimaa The mu Mea«<. J. tiilman Head Thome, L. Libby, U. W, Davie. ; M«wry C Small, K. A. Marwick, Chariu Merrill, David heaver, Jr.. Wll 1 n M._l. a_. . ,• * D. II Atherton, Yeaton A Halo. Boland York. Koee * Sturdivant. ( nnrlee Sawyer. V. Knodall William K. Bovd K G York. lirU MoGllverv. Ryan » Dnvu. k. W. Clifford, J. S. Winaloa, kliaba Wheeler, Charlee LittlriaAa, Cberlee Bartlett, Ckarlt* (I. Cbnae. (ieo. 14 Siarr A. D. W kid den PoiUaad, Sept.SlSM. 3>ed A. 4 B. SHURTLEFF 4 CO., NOS. MAM RIDDLE STREET, I PORTLAND. Manofhcnirera and Deal era la Men'. Joy.’ and Youth’. Thick, Kip and Calf Boot., i Women’* Mi**** and Children's Goat. Kli and Calf Balmorals, Stubborn. Shoo -took. Findings, Ao. WITH oor »• (verier fasliitiee for mtnnfectnriag. and a large experience in the buineee. a# we are able to toll si low os la Boston or elsewhere. Dealer* ere roepeetfally Invited to call sad <»• amine oar etoek before purchasing. R-Order* by mall promptly attended to. rtlnnd. April as. 1H04. d*» George iV. 71aji*on, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 74 Middle Street, Portlaed, A share of patronage reepictfaCy noUeltad and Mtiaiaetiun piren. | Order* from the c entry promptly attended to. Addrepv George " • Mimon, 14 Middle »:rrtt. Hoorn No.flu. ap etolr*. Portland, Me Jaae 14—d8m Maine Central Railroad Compy. TEEASIRF.R* OFFICE. I Watcrville. Aug. 17, 14M i Tilt Maine Central UaJroad Companv will pay their Coupons a: the First National Bank, I art* land, from this data. J. 21TK, Tr#o*oror. A eg. 17—dim__ Bare Chuite ,,,,, - .lock ol Millinery * JU rent of ote 1 .rSh^ttulSriniheo":- Address through r o?; Zf HLLi.Ilt ttk, Portland,

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