30 Ağustos 1864 Tarihli Portland Daily Press Gazetesi Sayfa 1

30 Ağustos 1864 tarihli Portland Daily Press Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRUSS. VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 80, 1864 WHOLE NO. 009. PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAK, Bdltor, published st No. 83f MOHAN ON STKKK1 ,by N, A. FOSTER d CO. Tub Porti.a»bX>aii.t PBaasls published at ,8.00 per year. Th * Maiiiu Statu Pause is published every Thurs day moming.at SU.US per annum, in advance; #2.36 U' paid within six months; and *1.60,ft payment be delayed beyond the year. Kates of Advertising:. One inch of space in length of column, constitutes a ‘syOAna.” *1.60 per square daily first week; 75 cents per week alter; three insertions or less, *1.00; continuing ove ty other day after first week, 50 cents. Half square, three insertions or less 76 oenlt; one week, *1.00; 50 eenta per week after. tinder head of Akosrmunts, #3.00 per square per week; tnree insortlone or lees, *1,50. SruciAL Notices, *1.75 per square first week •LC0 per tquare after; three Insertion, or less, #1.10; half s square, three iaaertioEs, *1.00; one week, •1.36 Advertisements inserted In the Ha ike Stats Paxes (which has a large circulation in every part of tbs 8tate) for 60 eeuts per square in addition to the above rate*, for each insertion. Lboal Notices at usual rates. Transient advertisement: must be paid forin ad vance Bsnmree Notices, in reading columns. 13 cents per line for one insertion. No enarge less than fifty cent" lor each insertion. CT-Ail communicaticD* intended for the paper •boold be directed to the “ Editor of the Prets, ’ and IbOM of a btuinei* ohu ranter to the PuUiehere. tJTJon Peiktivo oi trerydetoription executed with diapatoh. F. Tracy, Traveling Agent. Tuesday Morning, August 30,1864. Pompeii. The discoveries which are made iu the un covering oi the ruius oi l’ompeii increase in interest irom year to year. The present sys tem oi excavation is more scieulific, and the objects which are revealed to the eyes of the modern world are more carefully preserved than formerly. Tf*1® excavations at l’ompeii commenced as long ago as 1748, when a Colo nel Alcuhierre, who had been sent to inspect a new canal or watercourse, observed that it was constructed through ancient ruins, lie obtained pet mission from Charles 111 to make some excavations, aud in a lew days be opeu ed a house in Pompeii. The ruined city was then supposed to be bubite, and it was not till nearly eight years alter the discovery that It was identified as Pompeii. The continuous iabors of the Neapolitan Uovcnuneul, Irom that time forward, have uncovered an exten sive city, with the streets and lower stories of bouses, the temples and baths, the furniture and decorations, and in many instances with the skeletons of the ancient inhabitants. Head ers are iamiliar with the details of these strange and interesting discoveries. The more recent evacuations nave aductl greatly to the interest of Pompeii, and Mr. Gmsepi Fiorelii has chleved very important success, surpass ing in some respects, ail that had been done before his appointment to the superintend ence. Reetie tie.-< Howls lately gave a re markable sketch of the life and career of this very learned aud accomplished Italian. He vraa a man of great ability’ a scholar, at twen ty-three years of age, Vice President ol the ltaliau convention of saruas of Genoa, the subject of persecution by the Neapolitan Gov ernment, imprisoned, his manuscripts destroy ed, and biuiscll finally reduced to earn his liv ing by laying pavementsin the streets of Na ples. He was appointed Inspector of the Pompeiian excavations after the establish ment of the Italian kingdom, and he has jus tified the appoiutment. By a more careful system, he has succeeded in uncovering the second story and projecting balconies ol hous es—a feature hitherto uuktiowu in Pompeii.— The latter portion is built of brick, supported by timbers, and the evidence thus gained shows that the narrow streets of the city wee shaded from the sunshine much as oriental cities now are. This gives us a new idea ot a Roman city. Pompeii was heretofore little more than a plane; streets with ruiued wails of houses on each aide. Now we can see the city as it was. The careful preservation of fragments, noting positions in which found, aud observing minutest particulars, enables Signor Fiorelii to restore the entire house, in stead of leaving it a dilapidated rum as here tofore, But the most remarkable discovery of Signor Fiorelii is to be mentioned. In the eruption which destroyed the city, the ashes fell in some places with considerable quanti ties of water, forming jn fact a mud or paste which hardened over many objects. This lact bad beeu noticed in one or two instances, and the great show articles of the museum had been the impression of a female breast in the hardest mould. But Fiorelii had gone farther, and obtaiulid casts ot the entire body in several instances. He bas found the moulds wliye the mud form ed around the bodies of the dying Pompeiians, and pouring plaster iuto the hollow, he ob tains a fttc simile statue of the man or wo man, just as he or she yielded to the terrible catastrophe. The eloquence of these statues surpasses all description. There were four bodies found in one street. Among them were evidently a mother and danghler. The mother died calmly, lying on her side, per haps suffocated. The daughter yielded not -o easily. She was not sixteen years old. Her - limbs, restored on tbs plaster cast, are in an attitude of pain, her small Ungers clenched in the agony of the death straggle. She hail thrown a veil over her face, and bowed her arms to shield her from the blast of the fiery storm. The very fa-hion of her dress is per fectly shown in the cast, ami there is a start ling peculiarity in the exhibition of the smooth skin aud rounded liesh where there are runts in her garments. There can be no criticism of such statues as these. They are Hie repro duction out of the distant past of the very ag ony of death coming on the Roman mother and her child. There is no failure in the copy. There It is—as the etorin of ashes both caused aud preserved it—in solid mould, the human auguish that the casting now reveals. Look ing at it, one hears the Very inoan of the yourg girl as she buries her face in her arm*, and yields to the terror of that awlul night in Pom peii. The other two of the four above mentioned are thus described by a writer in the Edin burgh Reoieto. At woe distance irom me group lay a third woman. She appeal's to have been about twenty-five years of age, and to have belonged to a better class than the other two. On one of her lingers were two silver rings, and her garments were of r. finer texture. Her linen head-dress, falling over her should ers like that of a Homan matron, can still be distinguished. She had fallen on her side, overcome by the heat and gases ; but a terrl] ble struggle seems to have preceded her last agony. One arm is raised in despair; the hauds are cicDcbed convulsively. Her gar ments are gathered up cu one side, leaving exposed a limb of beautiful shape. So per fect a mould of it baa been formed by the soft, yielding mud, that the cast would seem to be taken Irom an exquisite work of Greek art. She bad lied with her little treasure, which lay scattered aromid her—two silver cups, a few jewels, and some dozen silver cofur. Nor had she, like a good housewife, forgotten her keys, after having probably locked up ber stores before seeking to escape. They were fouud by ber side. “The fourth cast is that of a man of the people, perhaps a common soldier. lie is ol almost collossal tlze. He lies on his back, bis arms extended by his side, and ids feet stretch ed out, as if, finding escape i inpossihle, he had lain himself down to meet death like a ’.rave man. His dress consisted of a short coat or . jerkin and tight-fitting breeches, oi some stuff, perhaps leather. Heavy sandals, wi.li soles stuffed with nails, are laced around his ankles. On one finger is seen liis iron ring. His features arc strongly marked: the mouth opens as in ceath. Some of the teeth still remain, and even part ol the moustache ad heres to the piaster.” Put a Good Face upon It. If you wish to succeed in life, if you wisl to find Iriends, it you wish your relatives oi associates to enjoy you1- combany, wear i cheerful face; everybody dislikes and blmns sad one, if ills habitually sad. Evcrybod; but God grows weary of being reminded c sorrow, and the heart that is always full c bitter waters will be lelt alone. Pretend t be happy if yod can do no more. Coax sun beams to your eyes and smiles to y nr lip: Speak hopeful words as often as you can make fun, if you never feel it. Get the nam of being cheerful and it will be as incense t you. Wherever the glad face (foes it is wel welcome; whatever the laughing lips ask i apt to be granted. If you are starving fo want of either food for body or spirit it i better to laugh than to cry as you tell th tale. There was one once who, with a tombston I face told and told ber want, and met with re uulse after repulse from those whose faces fel I at the sight of her; but at last, laughing in strauge mirth at her own misery, site told it ouce again. Tears started iuto the eyes of her hearers and instant relief was given. Men are impatient of tears and women weary ol them. Don't give way to them, no matter wliat the case may be; gel back the smiles as quickly as you can. Let them be but '•hollow smiles,” if that is the best that you can do. Keep at that. By and by you will do bet ter. Laugh to keep from crying. Never give up to gloom; it is a wrong to those about yon. Sad faces add to the weight of Double that life lays upon every heart. Wo to us if we cannot look about us and see brave, cheerful laces to encourage our hearts! Let u.s.be careful that each one of us lias one of these laces. A man who carries a glad face does an amount of good in the world impossible to compute,even i1 he be too poor to give one cent in charity; auil a man whose face is gen erally sad, does, every day ol bis life, more harm than can bo reckoned, This is a hard world, loll ol all manner of troubles, but every one ol them ran, lor much of the time, be wiesled out of sight, and every living man and woman, as soon as tiie first distress is past, can, at the very least, assume cheer fulness. This is decent. More than this,’tis piety, ’tis duty. Nobody has a right to go about » perpetual dampener of enjoyment. And no one has just reasou for habitual sad ness til! he has lost his soul. I Springfield Republican. A Young Tobacco Ohewer. Dn board ship, one day, when one of the boy’s came who his haminojk on his should ers as he passed, the first lieutenant perceived that he had a quid of tobacco in his mouth. ‘What have you got there?’ asked the lieu tenant; a gum bile? Your cheek is much swollen.' No ri replied the boy; ‘there is nothing at all the matter.’ ‘Oh, there must lie; perhaps it is a bad tooth. Open your mouth and let me see.’ Very reluctantly the boy opened his mouth, which contained a large roll of tobac co. ‘I see. said the lieutenant, poor fellow, you must sutler. Your mouth wants overhauling, and your teeth cleauiug. I wish we bad a dentist on board, but as we have not, 1 will operate as well as I can. Send the armorer up with his tougs.’ When the armorer made his appearauee with his tongs, he was compelled to open his mouth, while the tobacco was extracted with this rouglr treatment. ‘There, n,<w,’ said tire lieutenant, I’m sure that yon lee! better already. You nev er could have an appetite with such stuff iu your mouth. Now, captain, of the af ter-guards, bring a piece of old canvass and so tie sand, and clean his teeih nicely.” The captain of the afterguard came forward i and grinning from ear to ear, put the boy’a head between his knees, and scrubbed his teeth well w ith canvass and saud, lor tw o or three minutes. ‘There, that will do,’ said the lieutenant. ‘Now. my little fellow, take some water and , rinse your mouth, and you will enjoy your breakfast. It was impossible lor you to have eaten any thing with your mouth iu such a lilt by condition. When yon are troubled in the same way again come to me, and I’ll be your dentist.’ The I;nl was emphatically cured by the ridi- 1 cule of this occurrence of the habitof chewing tobacco. -AID BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT rpiiu subscribers having on lh« 7th day of Mar formed a copartnership under the name of Met i4xi*t\iY 4c lieri*\, For tlic purpose of carrying on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS In all its branches, and hating all the facilities for gel' inp up ttrst class work lor gentlemen aud ladies wear, are now ready to execute all orders with neat nea- and ui-pat«h. Our work will be made of the best ol imported . tock. by the best of workmen, and i warranted to give per.ect eatislactien. It is oar aim l!:at our worlt shall not be second to any in the Unit ed Slates. We have a’so completed a stock of ready-mad. work ol the first quality, fur Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children’s Wes Selected from New York sod Boston markets Our Ladies' work is from the celebrated Burtt Manufactory or New York. for Ucutl.-men's wear wehavethe best assortment ever offered for sale in this city j such at line French I’atont Ixtather Boots . Clove ( all and ( all Con gre s for gentlemen's wear; l'at. lit Leather (ou greM. and ( all Congress Balmoral, and t ew French liuck'e Boot0. Have ton seen the netv style CRIMI'ED-FRONl BUCKLE BOOT, now made by McCarthy k Ber ry r For neatness, comfort and beauty, it surpasses anything ever got up in this city. Call and see it; samples always on haudat the old stand uf M Mc Carthy. McCarthy a herry, No. UC Exchange Street. juneldtt U. S. narwhal"« hale. United 8tatr* of America, I District ok Maine,r*. j 1)1 IISL AM to & \ eud: Kxpo; to mo directed I from the lion A*hur Ware. Judge of the Unil < d State* l>i-triel Court, within aud tor»Ue District of Ma re 1 shall expose and Sell at Public Vendue to,the highest bidder tiier lor, the following proper ty aud me re band ze at the time and place within said Die* riet as ollow*. v r At the CUSTOM Hois* Building, on Fore street in PurHand, • n Monday the Uth day of SevttmWr ut t. a* ten o'clock, A. At.: Six Casks of Brandy ard Ter thousand ChiAis There it a key i p Molambk aid Two IJIOCRASD CIGARS. The r&aao having been decreed forfeit to the Unit ed State* in the District Court lor *aid District, and ordered to Ikj sold and the proceed* disposed of ac cordJrg to law. Dated at Portland this 19th day of August A. D. 1^64. CHARLES CLARK, U 8. Marshal Dist.of Maine auglVdtd 1J. S. .TlarwIial’M Motive. U»ITKD STATES OX America. f Dhtbutob Mai»l h». > PUiUl’ANT t# a Monition from the Hon. Aihur Ware. Judgeoi th* Unite 1 States District Court, witldu and tor the District of Maine, hereby fire ruMic n tice that the following Libel has been tiled in sutri Court, vix:— A i ihrl against Onb *l m RTY-SKeown part ox the Ship Jo*»i’H i 'lark, and her appurti ‘nances, seized by the Collector ot the District of Bangor, on 1h* teuth day of October, |W1, at Bangor in said District Which seizure was for a breach of the laws of the United fetal* s as is more particularly set forth in said Libel; tluit a hearing and trial will be had thereon at Hath, in said District. on the Firtt Tvet day qf September next, where any persons interest ed may appear and *b »w cause, if any cau be shown, wherefore the same should not be decreed forfeit and disn sed of according to law. Dated at Port land this twenty-second dty of Au* gu-t, A. D. 1864. t A. QUINBY, U. 8. Deputy Marshal, aug*J2dl4d Dist. ot Maine. For tlic Islands. Ou and after June 13ththesteamer CA8CO will until further notice leave Burnham’s Wharf, for Peak's and Cushing's Islands at 9*and 10 30 A. M, and 3 and 3 30 P. M. Returning will leaveCu lung's Island at 3.40 and U.U A. M . and 2 46 and 6 16 1* M Ticket* 25 cent*. down and back; Children 16cts. June 9—dtf INT O T I G E VKOVOST MARSHALS OFFICE First District, State of Maine, f Portland. August lDh. lRf>4 j INQUIRIES on all ordiuarj subjects connected with the enrolment, drait. exemptions, liability to dratt. credits and accounts oi men furnished, should be addressed to the Provost Marshal of the Congressional District, and iu ca«e be is not able to an-1 ( r them he will ask in for mat ion f the Provost Mu valGeneral ol the State. Arsuersmay be thus s< cured more promptly than by addre:sing the Pro* vo t Marshal General at Washington, where more imoorisnt huriness o'ten prevent prompt answrrs to multitude ot inquiries now address** to the Hu* loan ou personal and other matters of minor const fiueuce. By Order of Major J W T. GARDINKK. CUARLK8 II DOUGHTY. Capt and Provost Marshal 1st District Maine. Aug. 18—d8m Dissolution. i fllllR copartnership heretofore existing between A Sweat and t leaves as Attorneys at Law, is tbis day di;,j dved by mutual consent. the affairsul the late Arm will be adjus’ed bv either party. * "-fweat coutiaue in business at office No f D* Middle struct, Museey ’eJKow. i oi Mu.. Ve" at ^ office of Howard k Cleaves, No yi Middle street, over Casco Bank L. D M 8WKAT. »AHU. , , NATHAN CLKAVKS. . 1 ortUi.d, July loth. lh«4 JylSdJm i —■——■ .. — I Notice. T r?JK \£2 tea % 2“ r debt' okuMZ ^ • IKtfF » ___ nines* a Bonrd. A™ mor«, Boarder* cH® accommodated a< .2 Daufortb atreat.two door,above Brackett i I Apply loon. juiy. MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS, CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER k CO., 3?roprie tors. Fox Block, 821-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND, ME. Attention is respea’fully invited to our uurivailed facilities for executing in TJIE BEST STYLE OF TUE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Our Establishment U furnished with all the ap proved MODERN MACHINERY, And our collection of Book and Fancy Types Will bear favorable comparison with any establish ment in the city. Business and Professional Cards, |or every variety, etyle and eoet, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Bill-Head* Rated and Cnt in the Neat est Manner. BLANKS AND BANK CUECK8,' Of every description executed in the boet atyle. Railroad, and other Corporation Work, done with promptnea. and fidelity. INSURANCE policies, bills of lading, TIME TABLES, ton all aorts ot LEGAL DOCUMENTS, a! short notice. owunmi, nrpuriB, sea su hub m raupmru, Put up in superior style. Krouzt-d and Colored Labels For ApothecviM, Merchant., and Fancy Dealer* got up In tbe beat atyle of the art. Weddincr C ards, 1Vstes qf Invitation, Visiting Cants, Lists qf Ikin ces, etc., etc., qf every variety and cost, furnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hand-bills, Shop-bills. Progum met, Circulars ▲ad pi tin printing of every description. Also, Rule and Figure work, executed neatly, aud oa terms that cannot fail to satisfy. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office has one of Soper’ Improved Caloric Engines for motive power, and is furnished with improved and costly Presses—Cylinder and Platen— from the most celebrated makers. We have in con stant use one of HOE’S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES, capable of throwing off 2500 Sheets an hour; one of Adam's Power Presses—tbe best book prees in the world; Adam’s and Potter’s Fast Machine Job Presses; Buggies’superior Card Pres. Adams’ and Union large Hand Presses, Standing Presses, and all the machinery necessary for a well appointed orifice. The Daily I*res« Job Office is believed to be as well fhrnished as any similar establishment in the State. Those sending order from tbe country may rely ou receiving prompt attention. We exeoute all orders in the shortest possible time sod in tbe neatest and best manner. We will do all kinds of printing as well and as promptly, and as cheap as any other establishment In the City, County or State. All orders for Job l’rinting must be directed to the Daily Press Job Office, No. 82£ Exchange street, Portland. Me. Tbe Job Office is tender tbe personal supervision of the senior proprietor, who is the CITY PRINT ER, and is himself an experienced practical work man, sad employs only well-skilled mechanics in this department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, The largest daily paper oast of Boston, aud having a larger circulation tbau all the other dailies in the city combined, is publtohed at the Office in Fox Block. 32 1-2 Exchat%ge Street, every morning— Sunday excepted, at $8,00 Per Annum, From which 12 1-2 per vent, is discounterl for ADVANCE PAYMENTS. Semi-annual aud quarterly 1 subscriptions pro reta. Loss than three months, sixty cents per month, or 15 cents a week. Single Copies 3<*xnts. CJT* Newsdealers supplied at the rate of two and one-third dollars per hundred. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, ' The largest paper iu Sew England, eight page», is published every Wednesday, containing all the news by mail a d telegraph, important reading matter. Maxine List, Muket Reports, Ac., of the Daily Trees,at the following prices, viz:— Slatleeapy.tie year, lararlahly I a a*'.. a ace ...f 2 .OO Far via monthe . 1.00 Taelsshe af faar ar mare all to the •ame post office, each. 1*15 Ta elaha af tea ar mare, nil to the same post office, each.ft ,50 And a free copy to the getter up of the club. Subscriptions solicited. Agents wanted in every town. Postmasters requested to act as agents. N. A. FOSTER t Co., Pbopbiktob*. Portland June 1, 18*4. dtf i vri;it vvrio v\ i. Fire Insurance Company I <>/ Xew Tori', OJtic* 113 Hroadway. ■ CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARRKN, resident. BAJIILTON BRliC'E, Vhv President. « GKOliGl. w. SAVAGE, Secretary * Portland Board of I'c/ercnre, Job* B. Ubowb A Son. IIturner Flktchkb k Co II. J. Liuby A Co. John Lnu h k Co. Tho undersigned haring been appointed Aqbri and Attor*ky for this Coenpa- y, m now prepare* to issue Policies on Insurable Property at curreu rates. KT Portland Office, 1«6 Pore Street. JOHN W. MUNAiiER, Agent. June S. 1SB4—ar.f PARTICIF'ATION. Portland Mutual Fire Insurant Company. Thl. Company will lone l‘qlice<> to be free after tb payment ol six, eight or ten P remium, at the optiol of the id lured and at rates as low m any othe Company. The issae of Free Policies renders it a ft 'least eqnaltf not superior to tbs partioipatioi Mgt OmoeNo.10* MWdFeSt. CHARL1.8 HOLDEN, PrM. EDWARD 8HAW, geo. nmi dfcwtf. INSUKANC E. Lalfo Insurance. THE MANHATTAN Life Insurance Company ! o r n r, ir t o /: A'. Cemk Capitol and Accumulation Over $1,700,000 ! 1IENRY STOKES, Pbksidbmt. V. Y. VfEMPLfc, cretary. J. L. I1ALSKY, A sat. Secretary. S. N. STEBB1N8, Actuary. E. DWIGHT KENDALL, General Agt. This long-osiablished Comrany offers the follow ing ad vautavo? to iusurer?, viz: . Alarge and increasing Capital, securely invested ; Immediate availability of the dividend?, in cash ; A permanent loan cf one half of the premium; anu a feature peculiar to thi» company, by which insurers are protected against forfeiture of the poii cy from circumstance* of adversity. The company also issues non-forfeiting policiaa on the “Ten Year Plait. ’ Policies inanit' sdh'r five years from date (the on ly company iu America having this provision in policies.) IjOCcU Hoard of Refer cure: Hon William Willis N. J. Miller. Esq . Collector Int. Revenue. Wdi Moulton, &n.»Preat. Bauk l umberland. W. W I humus. E-q , Prest. Canal Bank. J. B.Carroll, Esq., Merchaut Jeremiah Dow, Esq., Sec’y Dirigo Ins. Co. Win Kimball. Esq , Tna«. 8. Packet Co. Edward shaw. E-q , Sec’y Port. Mut.ln*. Co. Messrs. Woodman. True A Co. Messrs. 11 J. Libby k Co. Parties are invited to examine the merit* of this company before effecting insurance. 11 EN R V B. oTICKNEY. Agent. Office No. 13 Moulton St. S. II. Tbwkrrury. M I). I Medical C. W. Thomas, M. I)., I Examiucrs. Gentlemen of energy and responsibility In the diuereut cities and towns of Maine, detiroo# of rep re^eutinx The Manhattan Life Insurance Co. will please add re** E DWltilil K EN DA LL, General Ageut. Box No ’idol P. O., Portland. Aug 11.—eodlrn dirigo Insurance Co. of Portland, Me. OFFICE SO 1* EXCHANGE ST. Authorized Capital, $500,000. CAPITAL PAID IX *300,000. Invested as follow*:— Loans on Mortgages of Real Estate at two hiiiu- i f » aiu«\ Loans ou pLdge of United States Securities, M.frO Loans on pledge ot Ckjr Scrip, 81 600 Loans on pledge of Hank Stocks, 28.900 Loans on pledge of State of Main* Bonds, 2«,600 Loans ou pledge of Ardroscoggln bounty Bonds, 4.000 §200,000 This Company is now prepared to issue policies upon all kinds of property in the city or couutry, liable to lo-s or damage by tire, at a« low rates as is taken by any ether office. Ihs patronage ot the merchauU aud citizens generally ot 1 ortland and vicinity, is most respectful I v olicited A. K SHURTLEFF, President. JEREMIAH DOW, Secretary. DIRECTORS: J. B. Brown, 8. E. Spring, D. W. Clark, J.B. Carroll, John Lynch, U. I. Robinson TRUeTBK*: 8t. John Smith, Il.J.libbr, II. N Jose, H. M Pay non, J N. Winslow, G.W. Woodman, Andrew Spring, Alvali Couaut, II I. Robinson, PhilipH. Brown,* C. H. Haskell, 8. C. Chase, Jeremiah Dow, N O Cram. Win. Moulton. Portland, August 1, 1864. -isU3tu OFF I OK OF THE ATLANTIC Mutual Insurance Company, NEW YORK, JANUARY 26, 1864. It HE Trustees, in conformity to the Charter ol the Compauy, sut mit the following statement ol its affairs on the 31st I>‘ eetnbtr, -9r3: Premiums received on Marine Risks, from 1st January, 1868, to 31st De cember, 1863, §8,214,398 93 Premiums on Policies not marked off 1st January, 1863, 1,706 602 24 Total amount of Marino Premium*, §10,006,001 17 No Policies have been issued upon Life Risks; nor upon Fire Risks discon nected with Marine Risks. Premiums marked off from 1st Jan., 1868, to 81st December, 18 >3, §7.697,666 66 Losses paid during t*H same period, 3,806.661 04 Returns ol Premiums and Expenses, 1.082,987 48 The Company has the following Assess, vii: Unit d btatesand Stmt ol New York 6tock,City. Hauk ani other Stocks, 13.4U2.631 30 Loautrecured by btocks.andotherwise, 1,450,700 «0 Rea! Rotate and Bonds and Mortgages, 193.760 00 Dividends on Stocks,! nttrust ou Bouds and Mortgages ana other Loans,sun dry Notes, re insurance and other claims due the Comp'y , estimated at 104,964 51 Premium Notts and bills Receivable, 3,27* 676 63 Cash in Bauk, 744.813 88 Total amount of Assets, §9,266 4*6 32 Six per c-nt luterest on the outstan mg certifi cate* oi profits will b paid to the holders thereol. or their legal representatives, on aud alter Tuesday, the Second of February rest. After reserving 1 lin e aud One half Million Dollars ol profit-, the outstanding certificates of tho issue of 1862, w II be redeemed aud p»id to the holders there of. or their legal repre«entativ< s, on and after Tues day, the Beeotid of February uexf. from which date ail Interest thereon will cease The certificates to be produced at the time ol payment, ana cmucelled A Dividend ot Forty Per Cent. I* declared ou the net earned pre miums of the Compauy, tor the year ending 31*t December, 183 (, for which certificates willh*-issued. ou and after Tuesday, the Filth of April next. The Profits of the Company,ascertained From the 1st of July.1842.to the 1st of Jan , 1863. for which Certificates were issued, amount to §14,32°,880 Additional from 1st Jan., 1963, to 1st January, 1864, 2.630 000 1 otal profits for 21J years. §16,968,880 The Certificates previous to 1862, hare been redeemed by cash, ll.69o.219 Net earnings remaining with the Com pany. ou 1st January. 1864, §5,263,670 By order of the B‘*ard, W. TOWNSEND JOKES, Secretary. T R II S T K K N . John 1>. Jones. David Lane, Charles Dennis, James Bry.-e, W. H. U. Moore. Wm Sturgis.jr., Thos. lileston, 11 K. liogert, Henry Coit, A. A . Low, W.C. lhckcrsgill, Win. E. Dodge, Lewis Curtis. Dennis Perkins, ( has tl. Russell, Jos Gaillard, jr.. Low. II Holbrook, J. Henry Burgy, P. A. Hargons, Cornelius GnnaeM R W Weston, C. A. IIaud, Ru\al Phelps Watts Sherman, Caleb Barstow, K K Morgan. A. P. Pillot. B. J Howland, Leroy M. Willey, Beuj Babcock. Dante1 8. Miller, Fletcher West ray, 8. T Modi. K B Minium.jr., .Iiulk'l .1 11 Afl PV l; U kiirnkain Geo. G. Hobson, Fred. Chauncey, Jam&r Low. JOHN D JONES. President. CHARLES OKNNLS, Vice President. W H. H. MOORE, id Vice President. tOT"Applications forwarded and Polities 1 procured by JOHN W. HUNGER, Agent, No. 100 Pore street, head of Long Wharf, PORTLAND, MR. j June 3.—w2w4eodtojaii29 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL~ The opening term of the State Normal School, a Farmington, will ronimencc on WEDNESDAY, AIGIST tilth. * Every arrangement will be made a.« the law re I quires, to accommodate two hundred young ladles 1 and gentlemen with board, at reasonable ra<es, and } to furnish the instruction specially needed in a ; school for lhe training of teachers. Four teachers, be sides lecturer* and apt cial instructors, wH be em ployed at tue outlet, and tb" number will be iu* creased if ttie necessities * fths school shall require it. Candidates for attendance must bo dittsu years old, if f«males and seveute. n years, if males: ai d must declaretlieir intendon to become teachers in the public eohools of the Mate. No plsto will lx requi ed from pupils to remain connected with the i to boo I for any defini e let'g h of time. Applicants will be required to show a reasonable familiarit. with the principles ol Reading and Spel ling. Arithmetic. English Gr»mm«r and Hbtorv ol the United Slabs; and to p o*eut testimonials ol | good character and prospective aptituoc for the worl of caching Persons attending the Normal School w II be per mittnd to pass both ways over tho Androscoggic ’ Railroad for ouo fare. N > charge for tuition. Fntrancefee f 1.00. More particular information wtli be furnished oi application to Professor A. P. K*lsey,at Farming toa. EDWARD P. WESTON i Gorham. June30 lH04 |y2dt-wA»3w DK. O. II. RICH, . | (I«5Wsurgeon dentist [ NO. 145 MIDDLE 8T., PORTLAND, (Opposite Toot or Fro* Street.) Qaviog fitted up the above named rooms, he WOlll ! be happy to wait on all who may wish for the ser vices of a skillfull Dentist, hrerg branch qf Pen tiatrg will reoeive careful attention, and perfect sat ! isfaction will be warranted, Jj 2e d3m MISCELLANEOUS. KKOCKSf KFER'M PATENT Gas Regulator! 1 EXCLUSIVE Aguef for the sale of the Reg Ia ulstur in Portland No. lull Middle aurtet. up stairs. Kdwarn Shaw Bole Ageut This n*w article fbr public favor will save 80 percent, to the consum er over any gas burner now in use; 26,000 have been sold iu Nee England *iuot January las . This is not a regulator to bo affixed to tbe meter, all such have failt d, but i-t attached immediately under tach burn er tip, and is a part of. and an ornament to, tue ga* fixture itaeif. The parti«o)*r - hueLess and steadi uess of the light prod need—because of the exact proper comoustiou—aittmlahes all who have seen it, while theposi/irs/ocf si obtaining the improved light at a reduced expense Heed only be investigated at this office to ensfere tbe confluence oi the most skeptical. The reg lato is a per n et “tell tale” on the exact amount of gas used. No pratsme attained by the Gas Company affects it disadvantageon ly in the least; Gas Companies ail recommend It because it give* entire satistaet.o* to consumers, hence their number of consumers are inomaaed. Retail price 80 cent* each. The article will be adjusted for con KUtne.s immediately i r<'lusriMg bat a few moments time) and it not suitfed will be taken off free of ex pense. EDWARD SHAW, 102 Middle Street, up stairs. We have this day appointed Edward bbaw sole vender and aAent lor BrocksLper's Patent Regala tor iu Portland; all ordon lor the gooda mint be made through him. BULL A GOODE LL. BpIow we glreccrtifloataa of tbe high estimation of the Regulator in other plaoe* where It Is now in use. Dover. July 18.1*64. Messrs. Hull y Ooothit —The Directors of the Dove” Gas Light Couyany,alt«rafaiiaud iLorough examina ion aud test of “Rrocksieper Gas Moguls tor.” have ordered me to purchase one h.nur. d dollars worih of the same, which 1 have this uay done, aud hav- also roccl-ed for said company the exclusive ageucy for »aid goods iu and for toe city of Dover. Yoarn, traly, JoNAs D. TOWN SEN D, bup. Dover Gas 14. Co. Certificate from tbe gas fitter of the Mills, etc., at Lowell, Mass I/iwill. Mass.. July 11.1864. Messrs Hell f Good*#;—An expt ilence of many yean iu the gls fitting bueiue-H has often suggested tj me the great value of an improvement whereby i be procure of gas might be regulated atthepoiu' ot i > sumption. Many and Criulie*s attempts have fmm time to time beta made to place regulators at tt e m ‘ter. Experience baa abown that all such at tempts hav* proved fcilurws 1 have also seeu and usid in mv bu-imxs pea. »y all tbe so-called improve ment a in buroera, whertia that which wen bare ac complished has been attempted, but always failed After a cireful examination aud a thorough test of your Gas Kegu'a’on*—wnieh are st xched immedi ately ui d sr e*ch burner as a pori of the gas fixture— 1 am ftil y couv need that your improvement I* a de cided suejess, the Hgnt i» improved in brightness and in i's illuminating power. While the expense saved to tb< consumer is lull 80 percent. Tbe combustion is ptrti-ct, ’ cue the mprovsment must be adopted as a matter ot economy a* well as the luxury of a good and "toady light. I otoe.rfwiij recommend it to tbe trade aud to ail consumers of gas lours, Re.. U R. BARKER, Jy28 dtf Gas Fitter. Sfeatrai Street. GRANT’S COFVEX* SP1CB HILLS. OliliilSAL BSTABUSBBtST. J. GRANT, Wholonal, Dealer l> all kind, of COFFEE, ©PICES, Salirratus Sc Craw Tartar, Few Coffee and Spice M*U$% 13 and 16 Union street$ Portland, Me. Coffee and Spices put up for the trade, with any addreae, in ail variety u! packages, and warrant* d as representd. Coffee roasted and ground for the trade at short notice. CT"All gc ode entrusted* ithe owner’* risk. inarch lOdtf John Kinttman, GAS FITTER, —AID— Denier in Gas Fixtures, And Gaa*& Kerosene Cooking; Apparatus. The public are invited to examine and teat these new indentions, which are highly recommended for summer use # KO. bo UNION STREET. Portland, June 14 —eodllm % New Steam NX ill, Footoi Cross,between Fore A Commercial Sts. WIN8L0W, "DOTEH & CO., \KTOULD inform their former customers and the v v public general v.that they have Hit* d up their New Mill with New Mschiccrv, and are now ready to do Planing. Matching and Jointing, also Sweep and Circular hawing, lr> od Turning, fc. We have iu operation one or Mcmrs. Cray A Wood’s new improved Planers tor PLANING OUT OF WIND. It will plane with the greatest accuracy from J inch in thickness to 12 inches square. Also -4 A' E Dll Ell FIFA T FEET LONG, For sawing htavy plank and edging boards. Particular attention given to planing Ship Knees, Clapboards, and heavy Timber. For th** accommodation of dealers and others hav ing large loi- of boards to plane, we havciu connec tion with the mill 17,000 rquare feel of yard room. jylHeodtr 18 open Day and Evening, tor a Ihorough Buxines# Education. Located 1860. Hanson Block, middle 91., No. 161. Scholarships good in any part of the United Status ne Principal has had 2U years experience; is always on the spot, and attends to his business; and prom be#, as during the past 12 years, no pains shall U snared iu the future. Five huudrtxi references ot the hint class business meu, with many others ofthir city, will testily to the practical utility, capacious ness and completeheas of my systems and rnauatr of teaching, and cHjbens ol other cities have testified to the same. Diplomas will be awarded for thor ough courses. Able Assistants secured. Bartlett's Plan, the founder of Commercial Colleges, strictly adhered to as regards not copying. Certain timur will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidations - Come all who have tailed to be taught a business hand-writing and 1 will guarantee to yoa success Application*solicited tor Accountants. Separate in struction given, Students can enter any tun*. Sep arate rooms for Ladiee. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate accouutxadjusted. Ladies and Gentlemen that desire to take lessons, or a full, or a separate coarse, in either Book-Keeping, Navigation. Commercial Law , Phonography, Higher Mathematics, Civil En gineering, Surveying, Native Business Writing, Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence. Cart Marking, (and teaching <rom printed copies and Text Books will bo avoided please call, or addruai the Principal. R. N BROWN. Portland.Oct.3.1863 o©2» eodAeowly Prniftnanlu Isir IVaad. Aae'T gc ART SUM ASTERS Omen, I Augusta. Me., Aug.28,1-64 ) PROPOSALS 'or tbs delivery of one thousand tiutO)cords of merchantable hard word, will be r cJived at tidsaflftc) uutil Wednesday, August 81, 1864. at iSoVloof M Thj wood to he delivered at Camps "Coburn.” ‘Frye,” aid ‘E D. Keyes," near Augusta. Maine, as the same may be inquired for use ol troops en camped thenar • Piopjsels will he rooelved for one hall crthewhole of the numb* r of cot dr. I he tubsciibcr reserves the tight to reject all pro posa 8 It they are deem d tinreasonable W.M. 8 D'iDGE. i apt C.tt. and A. A. g. M. Aug 25—dlw Sewing Machine Improvement?. ALL owners ot approved Sewing Machines are invited to call at NO. II CLAPP’S BLOCK, and sec the operation of two of the moat important improvements of the day— WilliiM*! ftteai Crank lotion, tad Hjfc’i Attarkment. The former place * th« control of the machine en tirely under t ecu itrel ut trv* feet of the operator, preventing all backward motion of the wh<*J, al lowing the freedom ot both hands to handle the work, aud «avjr.g the breaking of needles aud the entangling of ihcthreud The latter wil. allow the free use of linen thread or of inf nor cotton, aud entirely does away with the s"apiug of the cloth Call aud pee at d you will not fail to have them ap plies! to your niching .JOHN POKI ER. Agent. Mr. Porter will put machiues in order and teach the operators how to use them, so that they will have no troub'e. Portland. Aug 10 1«A4. dtl Farm for sale. _ 1 offer for sale ray Farm, situated one mite from Winthrop Village, or the road leading from Augusta Said larmcontains about oue huu . dn-d acr.s of land, with a good sup ply of wuou and water. The land is new and in i ItUb state ol cultivation. I here is on the premises i good barn, 36 by 36, and about 160 young thrifty apple trees. I will se.l the whole together, or I wil sell about'6 acres with the barn, orchard and raos’ of the wood Anv one wanting a good farm, pleasantly and eon | veniently loc<t( d. will do well to call and examim the above property. 1 also offe* for sale a two story Dwelling llousi an I Lot. situated in the Village known as the Meg guire boose, and two Stores nearly opposite the Cot ton Fsctory Any or all o the above property wil be sold at <mlr price*, and ou terms to suit purchasers For f irthor p», tlculsr* a* to prices, Ac., oalluu th< subscriber at his store in Wintnrop Wtathrep. duly Mi. E. W. KELLY. | Jy29 dltA w6w BUSINESS CARDS. PAPES BOX IUANCFaCTOSAY. J. R- Libby, *1ABCFACTURAE OF Paper 13 ox © a, Ot every description, such as (hoe Boxes, JewtlryBoxe., Druggist Boxes, Collar Boxes, Sbslt Boxes, Coacuologlaal Boxes PowderBoxes, Cxrd Cues, Clgxr Boxes. 4c 144 Middle St., (Up Stairs) Portland, Me. juneldUm Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, Lather Oaoa, i Portland, Woodbury Dsns, [ _ John A. b. Dana ) HaISC. __ luneldtf J. Smith eb Oov MAHOnOTURERI OF Leather Belting, Card Clothing u«i Strain, Belt Leather Backi and Sides, LBA TURK TP'MMISUS, fe., Hanson's Blook, 144 Middle 8t„ Portland. Or at the t’srd Clothing Msaufhetory, Lowistoa. H. M Bklwxr, (jnldSm, D. F. NoTxa JOB! % T. ItOliDKA AlO,, Uomminaion Nlorohanta, ABD WHOf.HALK DIALERS IB Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No, 81 Commercial Street, S.B.MU. j PORTLAND, MK. __ * junelddiB 'Wholesale and Retail. Xx. DAVIS, BoolseWer, Statiouer, ABD MAXVriCTOEBl OF Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER HANGINGS. Vo. 63 Exch&nge b tract, Portland, Mo. JiatMh CHAS J SCBUHACHEB; Fresco and Banner Painter, No. 144 Middle Street, PORTLAND, MR. sy Work executed ia svsry part of the Slate JaaelU AUTUO U UJIAAA, MMifedirrr and WhokaMi Dealer 1b B RITANNIA Plated Ware, AV.11S F>rt street, Portland Maine. May 17th, 1!W4. maylMtl BURGESS, FOBES, & CO., MAMUrACTlTRSB* 99 Japan* White Lead, Zinc, Faints And Ground Color*, AMD DSALIM* IM Drugs Medicines, Pa,nta, Oils 4 Varnishes. Paint and Color Factory, So. 2y Munjoy St., OAre A SaUaraeata. NO I'aaaurclalSl., (Thomas Block.) Husky U. Bckhlss, MlBfl l\A Ml Chablks N. Koaia. NHlMl.li. maylMtl BLAKE, JOSES* CO., FLOUR & GRAIN DEALERS, And Be Tenof Western and C adiau Produce, 137 Commercial Str-et, • - • Granite Block. Cbarle* BUke. i Henry A. Jones, | PORTLAND. K. >V. i,%ge. juneldff ~ JOHN LYNCH & CO., Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Oranite Stores, - - Commerc *1 street, (Opposite head Wldgery Wharf,) Juhu Lvnrh, ) Pels* Barker. { PORTLAND, MB. Thou. Lynch ) Jnneldtf DOLE A TIOODV, GFXKR.tr. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And 1% holeeale Dealers in FLOUR, CjRNAND PRODUCE. No. S Salt Block, Crmmerc’sl St, Andrew T. Dole, I PORTLAND ME Krunkliur.Mjody. ( 10UILA.su. ml jane ld«m LAKE Sl LITTLE, Who’«*ale Dealer* iu Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AMD W oolons, No. 142 Mldills Klreel, A.LUUi.} PORTLAND. ME. janeTdtf E. K. LEMONT, Carriage Manufacturer, Preble Sti eet. - • Portland, He. &2r~t'arriage« and Sleigh* on hand and made to order. juuel&dtt' e. P. KITIBALL, MARrrACTUtu or Carriages and Sleighs, Preble street, (Near Preble House,) PORTLAND, ME. Salt Rooms, 110 and 111 Sudbury St., Fusion, Mass. juaeltf _ M\cs \ hales i \ FOB BALE AT JAMES BAILEY A CO., Saddlery Hard-Ware Dealers, 163 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAXD,.AIK. Jflltia 63 Removal. 63 J. M. KNIGHT & SON, Commission Merchants, And dealers in Country Produce. have moved to No. S3 Commercial street. Portland. May 10th, 1864. maylOdtf Lnw Fnrlnershl|>. HOWARD it CLEAVES. Attorneys A Counsellors at Law, Otficr 91 Middle MU, over Canon Rank, PORTLAXD. UK. JDSXrB HOWARD. NATHAN ft RAW*. JjlSdfcVSH To Carpenters and the Public! A NEW ARTICLE. Whitmere's Patent Blind Fastrarr and Handle t'nnihinrd. BEING a thoroughly effective fastening, and i handsome, convenient handle, and an they can I not be opened <rom the onts de. are so tar, protec tion against thieves; its use p re van ting the dirtyti | of hand* or breaking of finger nails in opeuiugoi eloping blinds. They are Japan red green, and cat be pat on old or new blinds by tnv person *n tin minutes For sale by all Hardware men. Whole rale Depot 16 Winter street, Rosio i G. D. WHITMORE. Stored Whitney Brothers. jnnelwSu Farm for Snip. Ploeaantly alfuat'dii* Wirdbam.oi the road i-adiog from Gray toGor him. containing liflv acre*, aulta bly divided luto Ullage. paaturi _ _ _"and wood and. Tha buildlnga an i 1 a good atorv and a ball booao wltb aocvonioDt o« bntldiBga Tarraaanay. For faribar part,cnlan ap plv to. A.H. PumisuToa, l angS wiw* tad Wladaaa. BUSINESS CARDS. BKAOL.Br, MOI LTO.V A ROGERS Wholrsalr Dbalers in Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Them as Block, BOBBT BftALBY, ) •. M MOULTOM, J POIi TLASL, JJE. ▲. «. BOOKM1. ) ’_ ma>8dtf W. W. CAKR & "caT Having taken the Emit Btoreh>imeily occupied b a. H A W YKK. Xo. 9 Eiclunfe Street, Ai» prepared to oBsr to the trade a large and wall selected stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit ! Wholesale and Retail Uraatsi, Spruce Gum. Guauagei {—■»•■», Canary Scud, Caudle. Jd»es, Lcuaoa Syrup. Uuasy, Prases, Cacuu Mala. Pig.. Cltroa. Mass, all kinds. Date., Olives, Raisins. Tobucru. Sardines, Cigars. Paney Candice uf all duccrlptlna. OOtSdtf IRA WINK, Agent, No. 11 Union St., Is prepared to faraish STEAM ENGIHES And BOILEEB, of varioas Steal sad patterns, Mw Pi^ id ratine liUtsewi*cStd>i«. Pi%t,tt. Lmit Usdii Wong of all descriptions, sad all klada of work repaired in bail ding PoanetOATionr. Iron Stairs and other A rt hite-tural W ork. Houses, Stores, and othar baiidkigs, iked will Uaa sad Steam in the Met manner. In ooaaocttoa with the ibovs la as Iren Poaadry. with a large eseortsneni ef Pattorni to which the atteatienef MaehlaistS, HUlwrighta, red Ship-Betid an k invited—end all kinds oi Cap inge famished at short notioo. iTHIsnkt Haohlno Jobbing Pattern, an. forgings, promptly execated osNU 8 1HG EK 8 SEWING MACHINES) WOODMAN. THUS * CO.. AGENTB, Am. M and M ..... M) Hie direct Reedies and Trimmings ai wap eg hand. A USD. DR. S. C. FER’ JALD, DEXUSr, No- 175 MirUU f treat. Kmrnmjuscna.Dr». Baoo i and toitn. Portland, Kay X, lad*. u Dr. J. U. HE A) D Having diapoeed of hi. entir- interest la hit Office to 1>t. 8. C i'XKNALD, .-oaid cheerful), reooommrnd him to hit former patio itt and the pub lic. Dr. Puvalxs, from long expe* ience. Itp."epar ed to insert Artiflei.) Teeth on the'* raicnait£ K aae.’ and all other methods known to the profession Portland. Kay X. 1X8 tf WOOB ANB COAi CHEAP FOR CASH ! SPRING MOUNTAIN LKBIGH, HKuUl.iOR SUGAR LOAF. OLD COMPANY LF.UlGH. LO CUST MOUNTAIN. JOHNS. DIAMOND. WEHB fKPand BLACK HEATH Thaw Coal, are of tbs very beat quality, well .crooned and picked, anc warranted to give sati.taciion Alto tor ml. beet of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered 'to any part of the city. Offu-b CoaaanciAL St., head of Franklin VThnrl. S. ROUNDS A SON. fcbl* <!1y WARREN'S IMPORTED FIKfc. AND WATER-PROOf FELT COMPOSITION, O-ravol Rooflug POR PLAT KOOPS. K. HERSBY. Agent, JanX Jtf No. Id Union StreeL ALBERT WEBB A CO* -DIALUB Vm — Corn, Flour and Grain, HJLAD or MERRILL'S WHARF. remwerclal Street.- - Pertlaad, Me. 1e»t EDWARD H. BURGIN, WH'iLMALI DBA L KK IV Corn, Meal ami Flour, Also. Ground Rock Salt CoimnisMion Uerchaut VOI rCICBAIK All) BALKOP . Bariev, Rye and Oats. uf Cara loaded with Corn In bulk free of charge. Wurehonse No. 1'iO Commercial Sheet, And City Mills, Dceriug Bridge. __ juneleoddm JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COD.HAN IILOCK. mckli dfcwtf TaurLK Stuxit. Scotch Canvaw, -FOB SSL. Bt JAMES T. PATTEN & CO., Bath, He. •)/BOLTb Duperior Blenched \ 600 do All Long fix* “Gov-1 . Wl¥gtt. ernment ©on trot,” \ 500 do Lxtra All Long fax I AxLro*n* 800 do Navy » me J Delivered lu Portland or Boston. Rath. AnrllfO. 1M.1 AoCTdtf EMO V A L.“ DR. NEWTON HAS removed hi* residence to No. 37 Middl* Afreet, corner of Kranklin street. Offlor as heretofore. So. 116 E»eh>ingn Stmt, la Noble’s I-lock, up stairs. Office hour* from 9 to 1C A. M., from 2 to 8, and from $ to 9 o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with geoera< practice, to givespoda! attention to DISK A s/CS Of EE MALES ooSldtf WILLIAM a7 PEARCE, PLITMBElt! makkr or Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 141 EX4TI * NOE STREET, .PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold and Shower Bath?*, Wash Bow Is, Brass At Silver Plated Cock*, INVERT description of Water Fhriuroe tor Dwel ls Hug House*. Hotel*. Public Building*, Sbop* Ac . arranged and set up in the best manner, acd all orders in town or country faithfa'lv executed All kinds of lobbing promptly attended to Constant’v on hand LBAD PIPES. SHEET LEAD and BtRR PUMPS of all description# aj»9dtf J. T. Lewis & Oo., Manufacturer* and Wholesale Dealers in READY-MADE CLOTHING ANI) FURNISHING GOODS, Chamber1 an.t 2 Frrc Stmt Block (Over H. J. Ubby fe Co.,) J. P Kill; ‘ PORTLAND, ME. Jylldtf The ChenpeM Agency ! T7IOR collecting all classes of claims arising fro® X the war ia that oi the “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,’ In which the expenaee ere oentrolied by e dieinter eeted rxecutire Committee. _ Apply in pereoD. or by letter, to GBOKGE r EMERY, over the Portlxnd Poet Oihoe, MMory. HOTELS. MOUiVl' ZlKtOA HOIIsi7, ▲T TUB Celebrated Mt. Zircon Mineral 8pr ngf, Milton Plantation, Mo., h no* to the public, aid no palm o will In gpureu tui* a a-. n to mteitb* warns a- i ttnusr ptmant anu luitresung us lutsy of gue-sts. And aisu ns u»u*i. 1 silil J j /iir i cu< spt-r thnn any other un.mttr iiua- ... .New Lnginud. For cbte* of Uy<pi p?ii, Kidney Ccmplamt, Writ* el, Ftonu iu th u.sauir, sod uiLtrn »u.ua , 1 iai* rtut n cum by the use of it e wn«r. bp tnu d »cen ery auu ndos. At ihe short ui»ta»oe ol Ul< uii stf enu be *een li uni ford Fnlis, tie Urgent iu New Fats Inud. liorsos nnd Cmria^s* to let biuu lr«ut Hailing iu Ntr'nai- nod ponds. A u«w fund ail built to the lluu-c Inst Ju« e, making toe accets easi er than to aj»> other Muuu tain nunse. l>nu> ctsih Irom Mr nn>*s Fund btntien of the brand Tiauk Ksilway to the liuu.t. Post Ottice addict. Mt Zircon, Me. D. U v* AbboiT, Prorrietor. M*. Zircon, July 29, 1*64. J j otw House, U4KPSU ELL IILCU, OA«CU_ BAY. Tbi* elegant and con modious Ho tel, situated on the extrtiuliy of Uarpswe.i Nook, about bail a nua oeow tho we|i-kee»B Maiiatoa L-i _! UWM.lM.lMIMiMa.leiM ik r thi!ii*.p»wu M Uami.jio, Lm. , Aiciiitoet u4 under h.* .op riotendtiiee, ud will b« open (or company On nnd after the Feur.b wf July. Tbe Uoiue U tiw larguit t. abiahment, cob.tract* ed eKpreaely for .bo purpi *e of a uctel, . » any to U »r>B„ I’iae* uu ibe coeel ui btun. 1. ia tkuaiea la the cull, o. • debae „ro\ r o| uid Lreti. with a»e uui, aud vi.lae epru iig !w the water, of U. Bey. i lit- a lew yard, daatanl uu either Mm. Nearly .urrubwle.1 by IBe na nil aluadantly abadief By lr> ea the House ha, a .partoB. aid leaa tifol verandah eateiidlu,. o er th»*.e hundred aud thirty eel oi. thiee ,.u- v ol the buiJdieg, wnb Wide and tuoroughly ten fe ed bale >m eeindoi, m the ■ Bienor, eo met vlartur, caa enjoy the moat cemade e protcctfualro* iBe auo.Bni i .at. The ateSmbu*' wbart Cud boat laad'ngsaracn lie weal eide, tat B lew a.ein in in the lioy.e ab yle uedilm are at band lee boeu. gaaan.Uug Uu Ibe 1 ea»f aide iaa Hue grarrl bc-efa. whe.eihe mass of »ea-ba hm< cab be ei Joyed at a I time. ol ibe tide. At a abort die tenor on the Boitbcaet. acroee .a area of ike Mie la Urr‘. I.laud celeb, also by Jar. bteeu er Ikowe’a w. I. .bow. aoeel. The S a Bide flo.o i, aecm-lblo by load treaa Briai.w tea uli.en miie.dtotaai by oae ei .be Hi Mt ; dilee. fh tbe Bute, aad b, daily *teaa»b...t fr. m Port aud through the iaaide pa. tag .a among the lalaad. of the Bey. Vtoner, coming from ibe Kennebec and olher i ydrieoi the .B.eir>r, can l< n e tbi railiowln Biaae • ie«. aad prooe. d by ataaa to Harpawell. or cuu'in ae to I cM.auu and take the elrmmer, whaek raaa down aad back twice a day. | jygtf J0“ T~ SMIT» XSM.J±U1*JZ X'S UOTElLj —r«»— Aarriran aa* Earopran Piaat, Cor. of Commereial ft India St*. This House is si sited directly opposite the Grand Trunk » ai roa be|.ot at o head oi Boeum ana Pori land ? teamen W harf < onne ted witn this House is a first class Oyster and Dining ilalJ. IhS BRADLEY. Jr., * CO.. Proprietors. J. Bradley, Jr. f. ti. br.dlsy. JuneUdfim Atlantic Hou.se, SCAKBORO’ BEACH. TUIS House haring been cularrsd sad refitted throughout will open tor the asa» SOS OB 1 Honda), Jane 13, 1804, _____ R«omiMa H. B.— PoNUt.1* elowd on tt>« Satta>h to all truao-n vlaitom. __Joa.ll BAY VIEW HOUSE, I CAMDEN. Tbs Subscribers take pleasure ia am* uouucing o their frieuue* nd a.‘ .mcitsted ib fittUing turn c-tuits sHie Hoo t accoau _a*ouauuns,tf.a u» w -nu |p»cniu* Ho le- -Liifcop a carl > in Juba. It contains ail i!m mod sru improvements and every convenience >ur ins comiori ana accommodation oi tli* travelling j un ae It is finely located, ionma dm* an uunvailtd view of the Pmohavot Bay. The auvr.nuge* oi sea bathing and tfie U«uiittea tor fir Ling a>a boating, are unsurpassed, k or it# beau ulus see i try a-u ue light.ul unves anu walks, Caaoti. is sl-eso) isvor* am kttc.au asoue ot the most Eligible anu ueU*k - Ifil watering places in hew EngUnd. Connected with the Hold is a line Livery Maine, heist* and tariiages having b«t*n ss ectou with great care. The 1 carriage* are Irom the heat ciisw.aLim*is in ths counu y. and on the most approved styles a lean* hsst lam ing-ea-y oi acerss-; steamer* tonching ev ery dav in the week. telegraph c*n.mun.cauoB ! With all parts of the oountrv. ltnsowieUng o as* ! cure good roots'* will do weL to apply soofi, a* many | are a.rc'au) • ng jg d. ttsllIAi k JOUS81CX, Proprietors. ( airdeii June J. 18*41.—dtf Pleasuul bMbuibuu Uc»«rt. C^PISICMHOTJSE, WEST BROOK. re*p« ct fully sc licifk ? tut ai.enitsu of the public, and cordnJlv invitee a call He m tua old nitfiu-. 1 I be hoi •© ft* phiAsat, retired au quiet Ths turniture am fttin -h.ngs aU i ew, iiu ific noma o sy and subtly t h- table* are Muddied wiih ai! ths delacacies as well as the nub-tan tin.* <#. the *«.*• son, *iid the »erv ic# ot one ot the very Ust cooks im Me w E. gland have beta s—Bred. E* tend ip sin d i arid * fine tab!* with roomjMtaiifi *xt ftun-cgGL't’ com euienec. ot the t -tsblfehmc nt A nice BaUt.fiIt iJ*-u-e gpttt hut lor the accon.mo (latiou of scver.l Lsihets ha* fci* o erected with s^tps projecting Into ten n-tt of water, and the whole *s I cme «i trwin --f.iervat v»i by aih acng screen fhtRkiug Amors grace via? l ank* ot the 1’ond and invilo tb» indulgence ot !h« icwuger. U*|>lu* f«r a -‘.are of the public patrocageth* rn dersigneti pre mises to spate no t fieri tor tar eu sr* taintuciitei hi* guests. LEo H HLJLLtl. West* rook. *la> 21, raa Jldtf HALLOWELL house » REoPENE D: SEW FURK1TUBE ft FIXTURES! 8>C. DEVVI-, Propiia-ior. ZWl The public are *»ecially informed that tha 4i>aeh>u». conveui- iti ar.d we;, known M a llowsll UOCBB. in the e* tHer of Hallowed, two miles from Au/u.«tii. and tear mix* from Togas Spring, has been refurnished, and ia for tve reerption of company and (xrtnanent boarders. Every attention will be given to the comfort of guests. stabling, xbA .11 the a.Lit! convouiebCM af a pcealar betel or. arnpl* provided ’ Hall- wel , Keb. 1 I8ec. tncbffi eodtf IKE IMXEIcIa HOINE, Sanover Street .... Eoeton. 1 — Tie Large*t and HmI Artan*rd Motel IN StW ENGLAND. LEWIS RH i', Proprietor. ooifitr M. PEARSON. Silver Plntor, Ann XAKrrAcTrnaa or SILVER WARE, Ow^rwi ff., Opp. Cbmt House Portland. Me. SF'AII kind* of Wart, such ft* hnlvw, Fork*. Sp oil*, l'ake Baskets, e asier*. 1c paled tn ib« be«t inauDer. A ho, Repairing and / e jini*king. Old S tem' ™ ,,r«i» aa*«d m l»«,orgf W. Naiikon, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 71 Middle Street, Foitlnnd, Me. A -lure of patronage rwpc'.fnlly aolioited and «'i»r«etion (hia. Ur'fn from the eotintrv prompt)* altee<*»d to. Ad.lre** t.eorge W. tint m». 74 Middl* •treat. Boom No 10, up stain, Portland, Me. June M—d3rn A. & S. SHURTLFFF A CO., RON, 51 & 50 vnnnLE STREET, PORTLAND. Manufacturer* and PeaVr* In Men’* Bov*’ and Youth’* Thick, Kip aid Calf Boot*, Women’# Misses and Children** Or*t. XU and Calf lialm,>raln, Fubbcra Shoe stock, Finding*. &c. nxriTO our superior facilities for m«n«f*ctarit»fr. »:id a larire experience in the tuairfM wo we are able to sell as low as In Pcaton or elre* fere. IN sl-rs arc respect felly incited to call and ex asixeoar ste>ck before par. hasinir gW~ Orders bv mail promptly attended to. Pnrttawd. A i«ril 38. 1*A4 d*w* Maine Central Railroad Compy. TREASURER'® OEE'C*. I Water*(lie. Ang. 17. 1 Cl I THE Maine Central Ra Iroad Compan* "Hlr*? their f'oaponeat the Etret National Bank. Tar*. land, from tbit da!*. . _ _ J. XTB, TrtMom. I Ang. 17—dim

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