21 Temmuz 1864 Tarihli Portland Daily Press Gazetesi Sayfa 1

21 Temmuz 1864 tarihli Portland Daily Press Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 21, 1864 • WHOLE NO 686 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T.OILMAN. Editor. poblUhcd It No. 82J LX CHARGE STRKKT, by N . A. FOSTEU& CO. The Portland Dailt Paafieis published at 98.00 per year; if pa 0 *triotiyin advance a discount of *1. it) will be nande. Single copies three cents. The \fAiftb.5Tatm Precis published every Thurs day morn inf, a i #2.00 per annum, in advance; 82.26 if paid within sis mouths; and 82.60, if payment l e delayed beyond the year. Kates of A<lvertiainir: One inch of space in length of oolumn, constitutes a **SqirABK.’' 81.60 per square dally first week; 76 ceuts per week after; tnre-j insertions or leas, 91.00; continuing eve* ry other day afl.*r first week, 60 cents. Half square, turee insertions or lo»s. V6 cents ; one week, 91.00; 60 cents par week after. Lnder head of Amusements, 92.no per square per week; three insertions or less, 81,60. 8 feci a l Notices, 81.76 per square first week, 8L00 per square after; three insertions or less. 81.26; huf a square, three insertions, 91.00; one week, •1.26. Advertisements Inserted in the Maine State P&Br* (which ha» a large circulation in every part of the State; ft>r 50 cents per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Legal Notice* at usual rates. Transient advertisements mast be paid iorin ad* vauof Bustvbps Notices, in reading columns, 12 oent* per line for one insertion. No oharge less than fifty CiBt* for each insertion. rr-Aii communication* intended for the paper should be directed to the “Editor qfthe Prest, and those of a business character to the Publishers. UP" Jon PniBTiNG ol every description executed wit dispatch. F* Tracy, Traveling Agent. COMMUNICATIONS. [Com*pOD<teDc« of the Freiw.] Capture of the Water Witch—GaUant Con duct of a "Contraband." U. S. Bakk Fkkxaxdixa, ( Oil St. Cathariues, Ga., June 7th, 18d4. ) To the Editor of the Press: I presume before you receive this you will have heard of the capture of the U. S. steamer Water Witch at Ossabow Sound. She was captured about 2 o’clock on the morning the Sd iust. by armed barges from “Foil McAlis ter." The Fernandina lay in St. Cathariues Sound, the next station below, distant across the isl and, about ten miles. On the forenoon of the 84, we discovered a negro on the beach of Os ■abow island and sent a boat for him suppos ing him to be a refugee from the main land, but imagine our surprise to find a refugee from tbo Water Witch, the only man who es caped to tell the tale. Hi was “an intelligent contraband,” who ran away from Savannah last August and shipped in our navy, having served in the Water Witch with late of lands man ever siuce. He gave his name Peter Mc Intosh—probably the name of his master, who will no doubt be much pleased to learn that his sertant saved his owu life and ours, by giv ing us warniug iu time not be surprised by the captors, who might have come along side of us in the Water Witch without suspicion, ren dering our capture certain and their victory easy. All we kuow of the capture ani the fight we obtain from him, as it is now ceit.iiu he is the only man who escaped. Ills story is substantially this: The morning was very dark and at about four bells the officer of the deck discovered a boat about fifty yards astern of the ship and hailed, “What boat is that:’” The reply was “Go to hell with your hailing,” and a volley of musketry. They were too near for the large guns to reach, and before ali hands could be got to quarters they were pouring in over her de«k on all sides, when a hand to hand fight occurred, which he thinks lasted half an hour, in which the cutlass and pi-tol alone were used- He heard men singing out al! over the deck, “I am shot, I am killed” Ac. He saw Uapt. Pendergrast on deck and heard hi n Bay something like this to the rebel offi cers, “ I am overpowered, I have r.o men—I surrender." A rebel officer pointed a pistol at him (the boy), and said, “give up, you black cuss,” and then lie ran into the water closet and crawled out the little window, failing into the water, aud allowing himself to drift with the tide away from the ship,swam to the shore. He wailed on the island until daylight, hoping that they would take the steamer up the riv er, but wheu ho left several hours afterwards, they were hooting aud howling like so many Hnmrtna He saw four barges ou oue side of her; could uot see oa the other. Ue then walked across the island to tell us, reaching the beach about 6:30 A. M., almost dead with fright and exhaustion. His escape aui timely warn ing saved us from capture, as, not suspecting anything wroug, the Water Witch could have boarded us iu daylight aud tilled our decks with men. Several bodies of our sailors have been pickep up, lloatiug Ur the water where they were either thrown over by the rebels, or were drowned iu attempting to escape alter beiug wounded. The blockade is as effective as ever, anoth er vessel filling the gap In a few hours. 1 hope the same mail that carries this will car ry North the uews of her recapture. Hespectfully, Portland. P. S. We have learned since, from rebel pa pers, that the rebels, commanded by Captain Helot, C. S. A., formerly Lieut. U. b. N’., in tended to run alongside us alter daylight, with private signals set, captured from the Water Witch, and of course capture us, hut the rebel captain was shot dead by CapL Pen dergast, of the Water Witch. The pilot ol the W. W. shut himself in the pilot house with two revolvers, relusiug to surrender, and was actually cut to pieces after killing five rebels and wounding several more. Yours of the 3d. inst. received. PI case couliuue the Press. I had lorgolton there was anything due you. X will remit a year’s subscription by next m: il. Enclosed 1 send an act of the captaiu of the U. b. schooner Water Witch. 1 shall uot he disappointed if you do uot find it worthy to be published, hut perhaps you may get some lacts of inter est from it. The Huron has gone home. Direct the Press to U. b. b. Keruandina, b. A. H. bquad ron, Dr. b. IX. Kenny. 1'ilot Muryhy, wLu so bravely died ou her, was a Southern pilot be fore the war—escaped from Darien about a year ago .where he left a wife aud child. He wus then appointed pilot in the navy, and was stationed ou the Huron. I.ast winter he went up to Darieu iu an armed boat with six meu, and brought away his wile aud child, who now live at Heaulort, b. C. The rebels vowed they would kill him If he was ever captured, and knowiug this, he resolved to die, rather than fall again into their bancs. The repel papers say that he refused to sui reuder, but with a revolver iu each baud, shut himself iu the pilot house; and that he actually killed five men, and wounded several before he fell covered with wounds of every description. Mr. Murphy was a very useful man to the squadron and was much respected where he was known. [> Tribute to our Colored Troops. A popular army correspondent to a daily paper, writing from the front, say s: Il has been said that the negroes take no prisoners, leaving it to be inferred that they remember Port I’illow, aud are bent on having relentless retaliation. Xt is uot so. X have made diligent euquiry, and have yet to learn that they have iu a single instance retaliated upon prisoners falling into their hands. On the contrary. General XXinks iutoruied me that b» saw two wounded colored soldiers helping a rebel wounded worse, I'ua.. they to the hospi tal. It is evident, however, that the rebel! think that they are to receive no mercy at the hands oi the uegroes. A guilty conscience needs no accuser. Hut how will it look iu history—-this barbarity oa the one side and this exhibition of forbearance, humanity, ami Christianity on the other? Which null shine brightest? It i-- hard to wait for the coming years—for the time when such lorbearunce will be appreciated. When l read of Fort Pillow, i am ready for an exhibition of vigorous Christianity— a use of tire bayonet: but who does not admire the leniency aud mercy of the colored troops in contrast? Littk-do therein 1 c.ton io.d-.who have prided themselves on their high plane of civilization, comprehend their position when set against that of their slaves—slaves once, hut no longer—tiicir damuiug shame— their barbarism, now and forever held in abhor rence. The colored men of America are making swift advance. The rebels are their ' best helpers just now—helpiug through their inhumanity. I would not wish to have it understood that I think a negro better than a white man. Cod is the creator of ail. They are men, and arc showiug their manhood, just as thousands of soldiers from Xew Knglaud and the whole Xorlh arc doing. To make tlrat-rate soldiers, they need discipline aud Insruction. Thev are receiving it. Tn -y have b.iguu, and wil go on. General Smith, commanding the 19th corps, speaks iu high praise of their couduct. "They were subjected,” said he, “to a six hours’ shell fire, losing constantly, aud they did not flinch. I was astounded at their good behavior.” This is high praise, freely accord ed. Disinfecting Agent. Common copperas, w hich costs but three cents per pound, is perhaps one of the most efficient ami economical disiufectiug agents known. If two pounds ol copperas be dis solved in leu quarts of water,aud the solution poured into tue gutters, sinks, cess-pools and other places where tilth necessarily accumu lates, its deodorizing power will become speedily and convincingly apparent. I “advise every housekeeper to provide a quantity of the article, and Keep it constantly on hand, to be used when wanted. The unpleasant odor etriauat.ng from the barnyard, aud other places where manure is stored or kept during the hot weather ordinarily experienced during the vernal and summer mouths, is speedily neutralized by a slight sprinkling of this so lution, as well as the extremely uuploasaut smell engendered by decaying animal aud vegetable substances in cellars and out-Uous es. and which it is frequently Ibuud difficult to prevent. Copperas is also an excellent manure. It acts as an absorbent and fair of the gaseous and volatile products of decompo sition, aud thus becomes an efficient medium of their transput tulion to the field where they are required to give energy to vegetable life. And here permit me to mention & few other important facta iu connection with this sub ject. Sulphuric acid—another cheap article, which, like copperas, may be olitaiued of the druggists in any des rable quantity—is also a most desirable article for this purpose. If used in a diluted state, and spiinkled over the floors of stables and other buildings where animals are kept, it will in a short time disiu iect the same of all nauseous aud unpleasant odors, and render the atmosphere perfectly pure arid sweet. Like copperas, it is also a good manure. Another article of great effi ciency is found by slacking quicklime to a thick, plastic, muah consistency, with water saturated with salt. Tins is what may be properly called domestic chloride of lime, be iug iu every respect similar to, if not strictly identic with, the chloride of lime found at the shi ps, although it comes at less thau oue twi ntieth the cost. LX N I O ZST Mutual Life Insurance Co. INCORPORATED bj tbe STATE Oi MAINE Charter Perpetual. Oryaui^d, lfd». DIRECTOR’S OFFICE, <>s Stale Street, .... IIoMon, .Vac. CROCKER y.cc-t’retidcnl—UAtltKL KHAKI'. Sccntwy—H' II UOLLIHTJ-.R. n. G. WILSON'. Om aj M.mayrr of Ayrnriet in th■ .V,w Kumlmml £ tat eg. As8ett,o\tt Trcember, 18d8, Ssr>J ,OSH.41 Lot. .1 l\ud to dote, $730,07*0.Wt Dividend Paid in (Jcutk to date, $340,030.00 mHI8 Company offi ra peculiar advantage* toper* X soii* intending to insure ineir live*, iu its *aie:y aud stability, a.quir*d in ita fourteen years' experi ence; in i n s, which, iwithjut its capital of «Flt> ,UW (amounts to over three-quarters of a million of dollar*, bring more thau two hundred thousand do'lars iu execs* of ita liabilities for the reinsurance of all t ut-stauding rivks; iu the fac.lities prtsentvd in it* accommodating system of pa> meats of preini um-1; in th • large number,divemfi d conditions and occupations, vaiious ages and localities of lives m sur»-d, ei\ iog ilie large si requisite scope for the ope ration of the laws of average mortality, aud tbe am plest guaranty to fhe insured for the benefits there, of; in 'be division oi profit-, the annual apportion ment of which having for the past fourteen years averaged Forty per Cent, of the pM-uuumn paid. Policies are l-sued upon all the pla a usual with Life insurance Companies, and at a* low ia!e« as is couMStent with a view to equity and solvency. Parties desiring Agcncie in .own* where the corn ua rv have none, aud tbo*e wishing Traveliug Agen cies within the fcuglard Mae*. will apply to G. II. WILSON, 6i State Street, Boston, giving such re erecce, or information us to age, present and past business, as wi 1 enable him to lorm judg ment iu regard thereto. juucHd3«s PENSIONS! BOUNTIES! -AND BACK. PAY ! Are obtaiued lor Wounded Soldiers (discharged,, and the friends of deceased soldiers who art entitled to the same by BYRON n. VEKKILL, Attorney and Counsellor, al \o. 117 Middle Street, -AND Licensed Agent for all the Departments at Washington. Portland, April 28.1664. a: 25 eod6m 126 Exchange Street. 126 Hugh H. IPhinney, TIT( »ULD inform his frinds and former customers u that he has taken tin- Store Ko. 126 Exchange Street, where he intends to carry on the Move anti Furnace Business, In all its branch**. STOVES, of ail kinds, of the newest aud most approved pattern.*. Furnaces and Ranges, Tin and Hollow Ware. t3P“Second hand Stores bough4, or taken in ex change lor new. SrovE*. Ranges. Furnaces. ard Tin Ware repaired at short notice, iu a faithful manner. Grateful for former patrouagr he hopes by strict attention to buninee*. and fair dealing, to receive e generous share of public favor. mnv23dtf Stage Notiee! For North Conway, N.II.Tri-Weekly Line. I)A8f'tKUkR3 leave Portland at 7 46 a. m. over the Y. % H II Mondays,Wednesdays at d Fri days. via Gorham, St ndEh.Limingion, Cornish,Hi ram. Brownfield aud Fryeburg, arriving at North Coinrav at Hi o'clock P. If, returning by the same route Tuesdays, Thursdays and >aturdays, arriv ing at Portland in be»*ou to take the Bostou steam ers. 1 he * xcallent accommodations and remarkable) scenery aronot surpased by any other route JOHN W. WEEKS, _ , Proprietor and Driver. June cl—dim John kinsman, OAO FITTER, -AKU Denler in Gas Fixtures, And GasA Kerosene Cooking Apparatus.. Th«* public are invited to examine and test thfse ■ew indentions, which are highly recommended for summer use. XO. 66 UAIOX STREET Portland. June 14.—cod3m American Exchange FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY! OF NEW YOUK. Capital $200,000, ln*nre ISuildiutf «• Mon hunilUr. liouac hok<rl Furniture. Renta. LeiiarH, Ven ae!* ou the Mloflnt, and other Per sonal Pro; erty at tne bow ent rrtea. . . SAMUEL BBOWN, President. WILLIAM RAYNOK, Seers tar. . *PWARD SHAW Af[t,nt, 103 Middle 8tr»«t, oot27 lyeod Board. AJWJ *5or“ Boarders can be accommodated at iA Daufortb street, two doors above Brackett Apply SOOtt, July® MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE. N. A. FOSTER & <J0„ Proprietors, Fox Block, 82 1-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND, ME. Attention is rcxpos fully invited to our unrivalled facilities for executing in THE BEST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Our Establishment is furnished with all the ap* proved MODERN MACHINERY, And onr collection of Book and Fancy Types Will hear favorable comparison with any establish ment In the city. Business and Professional Cards, lor every variety, style and cost, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Rill-Head* Rolcd and Cat in the Neat est Manner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS,' Of every description executed in the best style. Railroad, and other Corporation Work, done with promptness and fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIES, bills oe lading, TIME TABLES.nub all sorts of LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at shta-t notice. Smimbs, Reports, ud all kinds of Tuapblels, Put up iu superior 1*. Bronzed and Colored i.nbeN, For Apothecaries, Merchants, and Fancy Dealers, got up in the best style of the art. Wedding Cards, Notes Qf Invitation, Visiting Car An, Lists <rf Dan ces, etc., etc., of every variety anrt cost, furnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hnud-bill-, Shop-bill*, ProKnn» mt'S Cirt'iilitrs, Anil plsin printiur of every description Also, Rolf and figure teorl, executed neatly, and on term, that cannot tall to satisfy. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office lias one of Itoper' Improved Calorie Engines for motive power, and is furnished with improved and costly Presses—Cylindej-and Platen— from the most celebrated makers. We have in eon ,tant use one of HOF'S LARGF CYL1XDFR l'RRSSFS. capable of throwing off 3300 Sheets <i* hour. one ol Adam's Power Presses—the best book press in the world; Adam's and Potter's Fast Machine J h Presses; Buggies’ superior Card pres;: Adams'and Union large Hand Presses, Standing Presses, and all the machinery necessary for a well appointed office. Tnc Daily Press Job Office is believed to be as well furnished as any similar c-tabliahmeut ia the State. Those sending order from the country may rely on receiving prompt attention. " e execute a'l orders in the shortest possible time and in the neatest and best manner. tt v will do all kinds of printing a, well and as promptly, and as cheap assay other establishment in the City, County or 8rate. All orders for Joh Printing must be directed to the Daily press Job Oilier, No. Bj Kxchange street. Portland. Me. The Job Office is under the personal supervision of the senior proprietor, who is the CITY PK1NT HR, and is himseiran experienc’d practical work man, ar.d emplojs only well-skilied. mechanics in this department ol his work The Portland Daily Press, Thelargest daily paper east ol Boston, snd having a laiger circulation than all the other dailies in the city combined, is published at the Office in Fox Block, 89 1-9 Exchange street, every morning— Sunday excepted, at •SOO l*er Annum, h rora which 19 1-3per emit, is discouuteel fur ADVANCE rAYKENT*. Netui annus] and quarterly sub-enptiuns pro rota. Less than three months, sixty cents per month, or ID cents a week. Simile Conus 3 Curas. e'R~ Newsdealers supplied at the rate of two and one-third dollars per hundred. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, 1 he Iirgi *t paper in New England, eight pager, Ir published every Wednesday, containing all the news by ina l a d telegraph, important reading matter Matino List, Ms'krt licporta, Ac , of the Daily Brers,at the following pricer, via;— Single copy, one year, invariably in advance . *8.00 For six month * . 1,00 To «-lnb* of tour or more all to the sime post office, each. 1.7 5 To club« of teu or more* all to the same poat office, each. b 1.50 And a free copy to the getter up of the club. Subscriptions solicited. Agents wanted in every town. 1'ostinafters requested to act as agents. N. A. FOSTER & Co., Proprietors. Portland Juue 1, 18-»4. dtf 0>|mrt!i«>r%lii|» Notice. f|l H K nudemgued have formed a copartnership 1 under the sty e of <*. L Storer A Co., and tak en the store sndfock of 8tor*r, Cutler A < o.. where they will cou!>tautly keep a large stock of goods for a general jobbing trashiest. CiEO. L STOREB, FKKD STUB Kit. CHAS II MESERVK, ... U. F. LOCKE I ort and, July 12, 1804. j>13d3w Talk about jE-Iats ! JUST SEE HARRIS' NEW STYLES. June 4~dtf TOCLEAR TIIE HOFsEOF FLIES, Use Jlutc/ier’s CeJ el rated LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER, A Beat, cheap article, easy to use. Every sheet will kills quart. Sold every where. june4dkw8m Th<“ New Gymnastics. THE last opportunity to commence a course of lessons at the reduced rate# will be given Wednesday. July 18th. Children meet at 3 o'clock F. M., and adults in the evening. Mew classes will be formed for beginners m needed. jyll MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE * -TO THE BOOK SELLERS ! -AID Country Merchants of Me. Wholesale Book Store! —AED— PUBLISHING HOUSE. BAILEY AND NOYES, Booksellers and Publishers, Nos. 53 and 58 Exchange Street, Portland, Maine, Are bov fully prepared to Supply the Trade! -AT THB Lowest Wholesale Prices/ By special contract, recently made with the Bos ton and New York Publishers, we are enabled to supply any and All of the School Books, t*»ed in this State, on The Most Liberal Terms. Ilavingpurchased the STKRioTYr* Plata* fiom O. L. Sanborr k Co., of this oily, we shall in fu ture publish Ibe valuable 6eries of School Books heretofore published by them. This series, togeth er with our former publications, will make the fol lowing List:— Norton's, Weld and Quackenbos’ Oram* mar, The Progsessive Grammar. By Weld A t^uackt nbo*. The Progressive Parsing Book. By Weld k Quackenbo*. Weld's New Grammar, Weld's Grammar, (Old Edition.; Weld’s Parsing Book, Weld's Latin Lessons and Header, Holbrook's First Book in Arithmetic, Jackson’s Arithmetic. B. k N.. also publish Hbrrihar's Ajtti-Akoc lar Ststhk or Rapid Mercantile Writing, In Eight Paris, with printed copies at the head of each page, in exact imitation of the Author’s beau tiful stylo of FEisnvi^isrspiiip. e call special attention to these New Writing Books, A* they are admitted to be the most practical Copy Books ever offered to the public; and they are now teing rapidly introduced, haring the full endorpe meut of the VrialMJest of Public Schools of the State of laiat. Besides the above list which we publish, ourSpec ial contracts arc for the follow lug books Progressive Series of Readers and 8*?ellers. Hillard's Series of ^Readers A Spellers. Sargent s 8eries of Readers & Spellers. Colton's & Fitch’s Geographies. Brown's Grammars. Greenleafs Series of Arithmetics. BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY —AMD— ROOM PAPERSI A FULL (STOCK j - ; Always On Hand ! N. B.—Bookseller* or Country Dealers who are not coming to theoitv, may write to us stating about wliat amount they purchase at a time, and w*e will send them a FIST OF PRICES, * It wauted. Bailey Noyes, Publishers and Booksellers, 30 and 38 Exchange Streets Bor tl and, Ivle. ua>MdSni BISDNESS CARDS. P.IPEB ItOX IHiNVPACTOHV. J. "P. Libby, VANTFACTITRIR OF Papor Boxes, <11 every description, such as Shoe Boxp', JewelryBoxee, Drugeist Boxes, Collar Box Bhe! 1‘Box«e, c jncuologica! Boxes, FowderBc , Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, kc. 141 MiddlR St., (Up Stairs) Portland, Me* JuncldSra Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, Luther Du*. i ^ OTtlBlld, Woodbury Dana, f M John A. S. Dana ) "luillf* ___ juneldtf J. Smitli cto Oo., MANUFACTURER*of Leather Belting, Card Clothing, Lid* Straps, Bril Lealiicr Bads and Sides, LBATIIKR TUI MSI [X(! A, fc., Hanson’s block, 144 Middle 8t„ Portland, Or st the Tsrd Clothing Manufactory. Lewiston. H. M Brkwrr, (JnldSm/ D. F. Noyits JOHK T. KOUKRS&CO., Uommission ^Ifrolrants, a*b wholesale OBALBSS IK Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. 6t Commercial Street, (‘uu.B.kT".'. I PORTLAND, UK, __ janeld6m Whol t .so le and Retail. XX. Xa. DAVIS, BooWWer, Stationer, AND M AH’rA(*T(JRFlt OF Premium Paged Account Books, PiPEK II4BIGIN6S. Ifo, 53 Excuaago Street, Portland, Me. jnncldtl CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, ' Fresco add Banner fainter, No. 1 11 Middle Street, PORTLAND, MR. Work executed iu every i»art of the State. jwneltf RUFUS DUNHAM, Aihuufactuivr Nml Wholesale Dealer in B RITANNIA —A FT>— Plated Ware, Ao. 218 Pore i'rttt, Portland Maine. 1* ir.ajlTdtl M. G. WEBB & CO! YTholesale Dealers in Flour, SO. 81 COMMERCIAL STREET, apll PORTLAND, ME. dtf BURGESS, FOBES, & CO, STABl PACTrilltEf" Oy Jupati. W hile Lead. Zinc, Faints, And (*round Oolorw, AHD •EALARS 1 It Drugs Medicines, Pa nts, Oils & Varnithsa. Paint and Colo, Factory, So. 29 Munjoy St., OfMcr X Salt aroomt Ml C'oiunacrciu I St., (l’atiHAi* Block.) Ciiahdcs a. Fobk*. n)KH\1P. He. Oil) 18dtl ULAKE, JOAG8 Sc CO., FLOUiOi GRAIN DEALERS, Abd Ke Ter? of W estern amt C admit Produce, 187 Commercial Strut, ■ . Qrrnift Koct. Charier UIAe. i Hear, A Junes, [ PORT LAND. R. W. ..age, | ___ juneldtf JOHN LYNCH & CO , W ludesule Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite Stores, * Conanuercal street, (Opposite head Widflery Wharf.) John Lynch, i £•** BaiUer, PORTLAND, ME. Th’.r. Lytch ) juneldtf DOLE A MOOIIV, arxKRAi COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And \\ holesalo DoaJers in FLOUR, CJRN AND PRODUCE, No. fi Galt Block, Comm^rc'al St, S7nTt M^ly. | PORTLAND, ME _ _ juncldflm EASE A LITTLE, Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AND W oolena, No. 142 Middle street. A. Little. | PORTLAND. ME. junerdtf ±J. iv. LiiMONT, Carriage Manufacturer, Preble Stieet, - - Portland, Me. iyCirrituts and Sleigh, on hand and made to oru i*r. joneISJtf C. F. hi T1 HAM., MAKlTArTfBLB OF Carriages and Sleighs, Pr**ble ait real, (Near I'rcble Uoon,) PORTLAND, ME. Safe Rooms, llu and 112 Sudburp St., Boston, Mass. juoeltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., V\oui*. (iv.un 4c Produce (ommissioi Mertliacis ml lillcrj' Agents. Office and Warehottsc Ao. 6 Halt Block, Commer cial Street. We offer for sale to the trade, mauy choice and well-known Brands cf Hour, from St. Louis.l'liuois, Wisconsin. Ac., which w« are consrauti receiving. N , C A Co , are u so Ageuts fjr Pittmaa k Co. s. and otho'* brands ol manufactured Tobacco. 0*< ash advances made on ail cousiguinents. Portland. Juue 1. 18G4. juldtf DR. W. R. JOHNSON, DENTIST, Insert* Artificial Tenth on Cold Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, and warrants them in all cases to be a per loot tit. Hr. .1. also gives special attention to Filling Teeth. Office 22.** (.’ingress street, t wo doors west from the Court Bouse Portland. Juue 1,1864.—eod2m ©3 Removal. 63 J. M. KNIGHT & SON, Commission .TlerchanU, A Hd dealers in Country Produce, have moved to No. 63 Commercial street. Portland. May loth, 1864. iuaylOdtf PARTICIPATION. Portland Mutual Firo Insurance Company. This Company will issue Polices to be free after the payment ol fix, eight or ten Premiums at the option of the insured and at rates as low as any other Company. The issue ol Free Policies renders it at the least equal if not superior to the participation companies. Office No. 102 Middle St. CM ARLES BOLDEN, Prea. „ w EDWARD SHAW, Sac. rtbie dkw tf. BUSINESS CARDS. HR ADLEY, MOCLTOX & ROGERS Wholesale Dealers id Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Human Block, ROBERT BRA LET, 1 o. m roultl.t, ( rOKTLAAD, NR. A. <». Rot,BUS. ) __ majcdtf W. W. CARR & CO* Having Ukm the F'ru.t More loraierly occupied b Ci. SAWYER. ,\’o. & Licliauge Street, Ar« prepared to offbr to the trade a large and wei fctected stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit! Wholesale rad Retail Grns|n Spruce Gum, Lsteesei Lemons. Canary Seed, Candies, Limes, Lemon Syrup, Huuoj, 1 ruurs. Cecss Xuis, Kips, Cilrou. Ante, all kinds. Date., Ollres, Kaislut, Toburco, Sardines, CiBure. Fancy t uudles of nil description oot3 dtf IRA WOT, Agent, ISTo. IX Union St., I* prepared to tarnish SiEAtt ENGINES and BOILERS, of various siaet and pattern?, 5t«*a Pips iM Kittra, Kill Garin*, SbaDiig, Pafl^ti. Lipht House Wore of oil descriptions, ssd si] klnd» of work required in butVUu* FoRTiriroTtoE*. IroaStnirs iiud other Architectural Work, Houser Stores, and other btildityj. etted with um and Steam m ihe l>eet nuniair. In oonncction with the above |. n iron Fosndry with s large assortment of Fstterus, to which toe sttontionof Machim*!*, Millwrights,xnd Ship-Duild er«« invited-nad »U kind* 01 CuUtn furnished nt short notice. ky Orders for Kashin* Jobbing, Fntfcrni and Forgings, promptly executed. ctffldtf 9UVOKtl>9 SEWING MACHINES! WOODMAN. TUVE * CO.. AGENTS, fids. 84 sad *8.Biddle Utrsal. a^IifandlrtuiBdmxsalvaji oahani. wahlltf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, ttEXX 1ST, No. ITS Muidl Street. BaiaaBtfcas. . .Dr*. Bacon and Bmu*. Portland, May 15,18«. , y Dr. J. H. HL4LD HAVING dispo^: ef lit* en*lra icier?* la hi* Office to Dr.fl.C ratNALD, would '•beertkllj raccoTmocni him to hi* termer r^ikct* 2nd tfca pno lie. Dr. XtnvKLV, from ioa;> t^rt: c* I* pnrftr* ®d to imert Ardtlcial Tooth oaths “Vnlaaait#Ba** ** aada'lotlio? mothod* knowu to the ir-.»l6*wsioa PorUand. May ». Vffi» * tf WOOD AMI (LOAF CIIEAI* FOR CASH ! 81 KING MOUNTAIN, I.KHKiU. HKZILTON, SI (?AK LOAF, OLD COMPANY LFUIOil. 1.0 CLSr MOUNTAIN JOHNS. DIAMOND, WKBS TKKftsd BLACK HEATH. TL*«*» t'oala are of tbe rery Ur*t quality, Roll Miooaed a*il picWt i. aad wnr rautfd to give ?ati-fraction Also lor sale best of HUSO AND SOrT ROOD, delivered to any j>»rt of the city. OrridCoutet UL St., hi id of lrar...n Whirl. S. BOUNDS is SON. Mildly HARDEN'S inraKVED FIUK AND WATER-PROOF FELT COMPO^TiOIC -iKD- f Gi-avol Hoofing FOR FLAT ROOF*. R. HtiBSBY, Agent, JanA, dtf No. 16 Uaiufi Street ALBERT REDE A CO.. — ovi ini is — Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OE MCE SI Li'S Wi!ia> Comwaorol.I StTMI.. - Portland. M*. _ __•_MW EDWARD H. BURGIN, WBOU.«ALE DBA 1.KB IK Corn, M.ea\ aiu\ Flour, Also, Ground Eock Salt. Commission tlercliant roB rracHASK andkalkof Barley, Rye and Oats. zr< ■n loaded with Corn in balk free of charge. W urt-liouae No. I!f0 Commercial Street, And City Mills, Peering Bridge. ___ juneleod6in JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK. “J-hrdlwtf_ Tempi* Strut. Scotch Can vast, -MS >111 BY JAHE8 T. PATTEN 4 CO., Hath, Up. BOLTS Superior Bleaohed 1 300 do Ail Long flex ••tier- | . eminent contract,’’ > A, * " °r**' 800 do Extra All Long flax ( Arbroath, 800 do Mary Fine ) Delivered la rortlander Boetoi, Seth. April*}. 186* apaSdU M. PE^HSOlSr, Silvor Plater, AHD MAXmtTJEEROf SILVER WARE, 5138 Congress Bt.,Opp Conrt House Portland,Me All kinds of WARE, soch as knives, Forks, Spoons, Cake BaekeU, Castore, fte., piatcd in the beat manner A\*o. REPAIRING and RE-FINISHING Old Silver Ware. jau£* d5m "'REM"o^VAl^r nit. \i;\rm\ HAS removed his residence to No, 37 Mid*Ur Street, corner of Franklin street. Office as heretofore, No. 115 E whang* Street, In Noble's Block, up stairs. Office hours from 9 to 10 A. M.. from 2 to 3, and from 3 to 9 o'clock P. M. Dr. N . will continue, in connection with general Sractice. to give spocini attention to DISEASES 09 ‘KM ALES. OoSldtf W l LUAMA.PE A R C E, PLUMBER! uaki£ or Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 124 EXCHANGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. TTunn. Cold nnd Shower Hath-., Wa«h Howl., Uras* & Silver Plated Cocks, 13VKRY description of Water Fixture, for iaa], J ling Hou.es. Hotel,. Public Building., Shop. Ac , arranged and .el up In tho bout maou.r, and all order, iu town or country faithfu lv executed. All kind, of lobbtng promptly attended to. Constantly ou hand LEAD FIFES. SHEET LEAD and BEER PFMP8 of all description. ap9 dtf The Cheapest Agency 1,3011 oolleoting all cla«see of claim, arising from the war 1. that of the “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,” in which the expeneea are controlled by a disinter sated Executive Committee. Apply in person, or by letter, to GEORGE F EMERY, over tbe Portland Poit Office, 3d etory dawly MERCHANDISE. Hackmetack Ship Timber. OAK, Hackmatack, and Hard Wood Plank True. uaiii irom Ik to k* la.he., Hernial! wiSUikT *c> °y L. TaYLom Jttoe28d8m _Gilt’* Whirr. Hort'md. Treenails. 100,000.KEOAK TKKKKAILS, for SIHONTON & KNIGHT, „ . _ *8 Commercial Wharf. Portland. June It. 1884. janelodtf ••Honey.” 7TCS PRIME CLBA HONEY, for »al. in bond on duty paid. THOMAS ASKNCIO k CO. June 10.— iadtf Sugar and Volawrs. 300" UD3. i CHOI CL MUSCOVADO *C 10 ITS. J GAR. 371 LlllOS &ii|M>rior Muscovado, and 8 I CS Moida»»>, a1 BBLS from Merra Horen*, ^ow lamJiut ami lorsaieby IMOMas ASKNCIO t CO., ma>'^f_ < qstom llouae Wharf. Sierra iUorenn .Ylolasses. OO-HBOS . rinrr. CHOICE SIEBBa MORENA 10 BBLSC*Si MOLAaata, Now lauding from Brig "C. H Kennedy" THUS. AsEvclO k CO.. _C^H Wharf. Scotch Canvass. 1 Un BOLT8—from the actor, of David Cor sat A Soda. Ueith—a sail oiotb of lUDtnor quality—jun received per "Jura”, and for tLt, h» MoGlLVEKY, RYAN A DAVIS. mou26d.f ltt «oraau>rotal Street. WANTS, LOST,FOUND Situation Wanted. m,l‘ * Jn" o'd Reference, glean. „ H»d tour year.1. xperlenoe in a rirwt clam Gro cery in Boston i a.mi oi . year, a* eulry clerk Addreee J 8. K at thia office. IvSdSf Currants Wanted. rpHF. aabnoriber want, froinkOtob) bnahnia Mice M. Ripe t urr.i./j, tor which he will pay the biah .‘t maraet price, at hia Hera in Sacearappa W j£)9d»wtf “• *• CLAY < urrnuts WaniHl, ritllE lilghmt market price pai.l for ripa Currant* a. in any quanriUe-. LBKENOII.II Ik MORSE, Portland, Jul, l»._dft wif"0' * *"*”■ Board Wanted Bt n i ouug man and hit wif, ; within ten raiuute,’ wnlk the Port ttitice. Addre.*, outing lc.cn non, terms, Me.,) " jvlSdtf "* ' C‘ B"” Lock *•* *, 4*i r- O. ‘V7’ anted.! B} * l*dy with two children a «it nation ns house. ke* per. governess, or tench® ; won:d do senini; uonnrry not objected to A home, no wage* r. noir Arp’ytillll. COOK, rity Hotel Portlind, __JylHdlw Wallet Lost. OJ* Thursday, Jnly 14th. on Coniroeret&l street. rear Thomas Block, a Leather Wallet contain ing between sixty aud seven!j dollars. Toe tin ler wnl by liberally rewarded by leaving it at the count, log ro^vn of the Daily Pror* ajnlylHlw Pilot Wanted. A STEADY, compete nt and capable man, l»a\ mg a thorough >no» ledge of Pur Hand Ifajboraind Its outer approaches, is wanted lor the pilotsge of the iio>TR«AL t'CBAlf 8TBAMSCIP ('OAIPAXY 0 Liverpool and Glasgow Line of 8'eatner* the com ing winter. The Pilot engaging tor tba-* service wi:l be required to board the M'-smers ou’tide of the Bulwark »aoal and Al*i< n* Koek Ap[>V*tioaere cied by JAM! 8 L PARMER J>Uai**No-10 Exchange Strut. Wauled. AIKjY, not lee* than eixtc.n rrir, of ng., to net n* Carrier. Meat tome w*1l recommended_ Apply it the Counting Room of the Fr**». jyl-dtf Lost. Sr,!."i D l a'iure of Ur Frnuci, Rob k7cr».. Vkc-throok. Inal month, n threw tw o.o grny » olt, .mail ,ire; whoever wil> rulnrn him or g re Infirmnt on where he mnr be fouud will be • ultnblj rewarded, by celling ,t bo. is, spring m . - SubNiituicM. 4 s* woe •ranting* !> u oatii nt*. rev one or threw fVj'V*-;** •’•“PPBed »■’* woe by enlllwg upon ” *• Todd, 11 sir-Dresser, corner of Middle and Ex chat g* streets. re* One who bc!iev«, the Rebelling* JHe^nt down by the l nion forces. Ju!y>2ecKl3e • Information Wonted. VIHLLIAM C(ILUS8. WILLIAM GODARD " an0 JOHN E. LACEY, who were raj'poecd to tc- native* of Portland. bat tag died in the Lnitea Sla t * -errlew, their btir««» hear ot valuable infor ms io,< on application in person rr hr If ter to BRADFORD ft HARMON. . , . No.88 Favhaugc ,ircct. Ialtu.lftw.lw_Fort lane. Me W tinted, ft SITLATtON wanted by n yoaai, man, Is a ——■ wholwaalw atore Bert of ref renew given Icqaire of A. B IOLDE.Y office near Fo,t Offiew. J}4 d3w Waiitt-d Iiutnediatply. AN Agent of either,ea In every town and village to eng* e in a light aud proflrable bneineu. by wbuh from i.4> to *12 per week can hsmade. Per sons having lei>ur* eveoings can make f.om 60o to • 1.U0 per evening. A sample with full particular*, sent by mai* to all who end so one 3 c**nt stan'D and aluiess A. C. BPAI'LDIXG & CO., jUoe^ltJi win. • West Hampstead. N. H. ft'W Reward ! STOLEN front thewnb.criber on Tneaday Keen- I iug. while in Pierce’s auction room, a Calf Ski; Pock» t ijook coutaing #f4 in money, a note against (. har e- ilo<igdon Gorham, lor $60.and *n* again** Charles Hooper for #12. The above reward will b* pai i lor the recovery of the property aud the detec tion of t ne tbief. Tun, 8 -If _ GEORGE BECK Board. OUIT8 of Room,, with Board, mu be obtained by ; •'-'.applying immediately at 30 Dauforth ,treet. *»F 1Ilh . • uiaylidtf A. & 8. 8HURTLEFF A CO., NOS. VI A 56 MIDDLE STREET, Portland, Manufacturer, and Dealers in Men’* Boy*’ and Youth'* Thick. Kip and Calf Boot*, Women’* Misses and Children’s Qoat. Kid And Calf Balmorals, ftubbern. Shoe Stook, Finding*, go. W IT a our superior facilities for manufacturing, tv andalanre experience in the business, we we arc able to sell ns low as in Hoston or elsewhere ' Dealers are respect t ally invited to call and ax amine our stock before purchasing. ItJT"Orders by mail promptly attended to. Portland, April S3,1*<84. 4*m NOTICE. VyK, the undor*tgued having sold onr Stock ol ” Coal nnd Wood to M-ssrs Ans.hn/. Mc.ltii- I far t Jo., do checrlafty rwcoinoiccd them to onr I fortr.r customers. Aft persons having demands against ns are requested lo pnsent them lor settle ment, sod all petrous indebted lo us are rev.ue.tad to milk, immediate paymentst the old stand when one ot the undersigned may Is- found for the present. , , SAWYER A WHITNEY. Portland, Jons A. 1*64. juoelSdSw Coni aud Wood! rilliK subscriber having purchased the Stock ol i A Cou an t Wood, aud taken the .tan.l r.centh i occupied by Messrs i'ami/.r g HA .fate*. head ol I -t/aiwe 11 tar/, are now prepared to surply their former panons and the public geuerully, with n due a-sortmeut of | H ELL PICKED XXD SCREEXED Old (umpnn) Lehigh, . Sugar Loal l . hich, tfazellon le-hicti. Locust Mountain. Julio’s, White aud lied Ask, Diamond and Lor berry, Together with the beet quality of Cumberland Coal !j A Superior Coal for BlacLnmitki. Alto, Hard and Soft Wood, Delivered to order lu any part of tho city. The former customer* of Messrs Sawyer A Whit ney are re-pectftlHy invited to give us a call „ . , KANDALL. MeALLISTER k CO. | Portland. June IS. lsdt -dly 1 Jean’s Dram Cori s. DEAN’S Dram Corps will promptly attend to nil ordersfor Drumming for Parades, Marches. Ao. All orders to be lert at l> White’s store. Market Square. S. Dean, Drum Major. juneZT E. 1 HALL, Clerk. Board. A Gentleman nnd bis wife, and three or fonr sin- - gls gentleman can And pleasant rooms with board at M Cumberland Street. jylldSw' C. CRAM, * . CLOTHING. RBM OTg A T JOSIAH BURLEIGH HAS tlMOVSD TO NEW STORE, EVANS* BLOCK, Nog. 141A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, WholMal, and Batail Dealar la C othing,Coths, Tailors' Trimmings, -AMD GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, ^®*- HI A 113 .Middle Street. JO$11 AH BURLEIGH, Agent for (» rer k Baker'*oeltbrated Sewing- Machines, >oe. 141 * 143 Middle Street. NATHAN 000L0 win »r to hi, I Head, that b« may bo toaad at Bar. l«l«h a. No. Ml B M3 Middle ateaat, when ho wlU ba plra-ad to wait npoa hit Id riser Fortlaad, Match U. ISM. Att JUST RECEIVED I HOULINS k BOKB, "“<r ,,or* “d r*rtT*t • elegant styles -OF o LOTH*! ark prepared to Show Them to Their Cm toners. ALIO, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, *■ Great Variety, -AT «)5 Middle Street. __ mayOtf L. S. 10.40 LOAN \ FIRST NATIONAL BANK • -09 — PORTLAND, designated REPOSITORY UNITED STATES. «•» Thi* Bank <« prepared to reed™; nibeottotlaaa Air the sew “TEW FORTY LOAN,” White te dated March 1. lea, heart, y latonrt at Are r»r cans. a year, payable in coin, redeemable at the ptoararc of the Gorarnaaat attar yean, aad payable ta forty yean from data, lutaraat oa Boada aot over oaa haadrad dollar# parable annually, and oa all other Boada ml aanually. Boada oan be had la etraa of >60, >100, etOO, B10». WM, IDW. SOOXJk, mobOl dtf Cmhlar «wrie W. Habbob, HOLD & SILVER PLATER, 74 Middle Street, Portlaad, Me. A share of patroaaf# raa pet rally aoMtod aad •atlaJhction gieen. Ovdan from the aouatry promptly attoadod to Addreea Gear ye flr Mtneon, 74 Middle ■ treat Room No. 10, up etaln, Portland. Me. Jana 14—d3m UP-TOWN SHOE STORE f SAMUEL BELL 353 CONGRESS ST., HAb constantly oa hand a larra aad wall Mleat* ed stock of Soots, Shoes, *ad an aartriM ra that tm Air the oaa at tteiee, Gcuilrmeo and I bilditn to wk.th te ta. sltm the attention 01 tliotc aboat to aiake lurehaem ,l1* U*t >• ‘he city tSJSl* *°r* “ KeP*ifl»* don. Wth neataaaa Ld d“ Portlaad. June il_dtoauyl copartnership Notice, -AID — BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT THE #ub*criben having oa the 7th Jay of Ha* formed a copartnership under the same of ^ McCarthy Sc Berry, For the purpose of carry lag an the * BOOT ABB SHOB BU8IHI8S In aU it, braoebo*. and haring all aim fortune, for failing up first ciaaa work fur gentlemen aad lad e, aroar, are now ready to execute all order, with neatl naa.aud oupateh. Our work will bo iado of tS. neat of imported stock, by t be beat of workmen aad warranted to glre per ect satisfaction”, taow' atm iduiu“I. •“* BBl u »f m twcS We hare alao oomplrtod a (took of work of Um first quality, for rooay-modo Irodios, Oentl-kun, tad Children's Wax ■elected from New York aod Boston markotl Oor Ladle,' work la from the celebratad duet, ■Manufactory of New York, tor Gentlemen', wear wo ban the bant aaaortmenl near Oder- d for rate iu thin city, racba* too t reach Patent Leather Bool,; Glove (air and Calf Con graaa for gentlemen’, wenr; Patent Leather Cob ftMki7fc>imf C*»d taw French ,8W CEIMPKit-FEOia Bi t hLE BOOT, now mada by UcCar’hy h Par ry? For tieatnem. comk-rt and beast,. H arwiMO say thing ever got ap in this city Call and an# Hi sample, alway • on hand at tbe old stand of X. Mc Carthy. McCarthy a berry, No. En hiange Mtroot. jnneldtl STATE COLLEGE Agriculture and Mechanic Arts t •TtHK undersigned. Commiwionere. appointed*an. 1 der a resolve of the last Legi, ature. an aath*?. «ed and directed by raid rewire to In- Its and re. omre dona toaa and benefaction, is aid ol tbo oro. oowd -c tr.jt loe tbo becelit ol Ayricuiturt and tkr .Ueckamir Arts," and to receive propoeolo for tbo location thereof, hereby give not.a, that ttav a re prepared to receive ,nch donaiioua. bsstfsetk a, • nd proposal., aad requeotthat all soamnafoailona tonchtpg the Mime may be made before tbe Brat da* ol bcptetnb. r next, addressed to the urderalai ed * WM. G. CKDhBY. Beliaae *» O CK06BY, JOSEPH EATON. SaUl’EL F. PKJ?t£v jul'».i»wto .cell_ UI At a Court of Probate held at PorUhnd, within no for tbe County of Cumberland, on th« a... r.. dav of-Ini*, in the year of our Lord eie'ht 0. u hundred and sixty-,our, *B SAM* Ei, 11. tthAliBCu Y, hovlrg presented hi, petition, representing that Sol.mon Thav.r a"! of Lprtlaud. in fatdC. unty, diceised.nld la’bla'l'iV time mak e a I. gal contract to conr£ toV™, A .u bary. oerta.n real aatate deaorit ed l" .aid m t"7u sndpra. lug tbat authority nay be elveutoil,. -cu.ria of the last will ,nj Senior *bo£ aaon Thayer to execn'e the necessary deed, i« ry said contract into i fe.-t, * * xo CBr' It v<uI Ordered, That the said Petitioner clr. an la*t-reated, by causing not A* he published me week in the Maine State l-i-I^T, „? M“«k" Hany .be, ha,,, why the ...thoTldnetbe Atruaaopy, A^“ A' WAT“***' Jalylldl44wi»r*kJ,E E.gtaUr,

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