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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS.
VOL. 1. PORTLAND, ME., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 18G2. NO. 10.
PORTLAND DAILY PRESS,
Torar "■ oilman, ,
' """Vui^A-Bi B. HALL,
!■ published at Mo. R2J EXCHANGE 8TBEET,
lu FOX BLOCK, by
rORTKR, OILMAN And HALL,
Under the firm name of
N. A. FOSTER Jc CO.
Ter in a I
The Portland Daily Press fa published every
morning, (Sundays excepted), at 85,00 per year in ad
vance.
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Exhibitions, Ac., under bead of Amusements,
82.00 per square per week.
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81.00 per week after.
Business Notices, In reading columns, 12 cents
per line for one insertion. No charge less than fifty
oents.
Legal Notices at usual rates.
Advertisements inserted in the Maine State
Press (which has a large circulation in every part of
the State) for 38 cents per square in addition to the
above rates for each insertion.
Transient advertisements must be paid for in ad
vance.
gy All communications intended fos the paper
should be directed to the “Editors the Press," and
those of a business character to the Publishers.
ryThe Portland Daily and Maine State .
Press Oftiae, in Fox Block, No. 82J Exchange
Street, is open at all hours during the day and eve
ning, from 7 o'clock in the morning to 9 in the
evening.
|y Jon Printing of every description executed
with dispatch; and all business pertaining to the of- j
flee or paper promptly transacted on application as
above.
COMMUNICATIONS.
[From our Regular Correspondent.)
Letter tram Kendall’s Mills.
i
7V Daily Press—The “Army of the Kenne
bec. "—Lot Driving—Business Prospects—
Obsequies of late ('apt. Hanscomb—Nomin
ation of Mr. Cobum.
' Kexdai.l’h Mills, July 1,1802.
Messrs. Editor*:
The Daily Press, with its “shining morn
ing face” and well filled columns, is most heart
ily welcomed to our village, and is already lie
coming quite a necessity; ft is undoubtedly
destined to take, iu a great degree, the place
of larger and more expensive, but not better,
foreign dailies, and to attain an extensive cir
ctrtatfon throughout the State. Bold,.Tearless,
outspoken, and yet courteous and gentlemanly,
it promises to*be what the Bep(M>iicans of the
State have been lonfc looking for—a true and
manly exponent of conservative, yet truly pro
gressive Republicanism. It will no doubt most
acceptably fill the place “from which the Ad
vertiser, by transgression, fell, that it might go
to its own place.” Expecting, and fully be
lieving that it will be foremost iaevery reform
atory movement—always battling for the right,
however weak, and against the wrong, howev
er powerful—we bid you (lod speed.
Our village, usually livery and stirring, has
been unusually so during the evenings of the
few days past, on account of the presence in
our streets and shops of large detachments
from the “Army of the Kennebec.” They have
now passed us, with their “drive” of logs, on
their way to “Augusta and a market.”—
The commander, Mr. S. Connor of this place,
informs me that his division left South Kor
ridgewock on the 3d of June. To that place
the logs had to be driven by another division,
or “corps de arrnec.” The logs arc not driven,
as formerly, by individual owners, but by the
Kennebec Log-driving Co., incorporated for
that purpose by act of Legislature. The “drive’’
this year numliers abont 70,000 logs, scaling in
the aggregate, nearly 25,000,00 ft., and the lum
ber is said to be of better quality than usual for
several years past The lumber in this drive is
probably about two-thirds or three-fourths of
the whole amount cut during the past winter,
on the head waters of the river—the various
booms along the river collecting and retaining
considerable quantities, for the use of mills
immediately below them. In our village arc
two blocks of mills, one containing 1, and the
other nine single saws and a gang. Indeed,
with sasb-blind and door factory, two curtain
fixture factories, a machine shop, at which
considerable numbers of sewing machines are
now being built; a “heading” mill, match fac
tory, and various other shops, we are thriving
finely, and are now doing probably twice as
much business as our older, larger, and more
pretentious neighbor just below.
J lie lemains ot lapt. Hauscomb, of Co. G,
3d Regiment, reached here on Saturday night,
28th ult. The Lewiston Journal'» report of
his funeral was therefore somewhat premature.
He was buried on the Sabbath following: the
funeral services, conducted by Prof. Smitli of
Waterville College, being held at the house of
his father, in Benton. He w^s buried with Ma
sonic honors—his funeral being attended by
104 members of the fraternity, from the differ
ent Lodges in this section. A very large con
course of people were in attendance, the num
ber being variously estimated at from GOO to
1000, and the occasion was one of great sol
emnity.
The nomination of Mr. Cobum meets w ith
genera! approbation here, although Gen. Per
ry had strong friends in this, as in other parts
ot the State. The people, however, absorbed
in the greater and more important interests of
the day, are not disposed to be captious, desir
ing more that their candidate should be patri
otic, honest, and capable, than that he should
be personally their favorite. No one doubts
that Mr. C. possesses all these requisites, and
no reasonable doubt of Lis election -an be en
tertained.
I will endeavor to keep you informed, from
time to time, of everything of interest that oc
curs in this section. Yours truly,
T.
The Right Wing before the Battle.
The position of affairs on the right wing of
our army previous to the late battle, is des
cribed by a eorres|)ondent of the Philadelphia
Press, under date of June 26th. It will is:
read with interest, as having an important
bearing upon the late strategic movement:—
“Mechanicsville, the extremity of the right
wing of our army, is a point to which I always
look with the greatest anxiety. The strong
force the enemy has opposite to it. the heavy
guns mounted on their earthworks, all com
manding it, and the two bridges ami easily
passed swamps all render it a most dangerous
post. Federal pickets there are always in con
stant fear ot the enemy’s shells, and the ut
most watchfulness of our cannoneers is some
times of no avail to guard against cowardly
attacks from the rets ] guns, perched high up
on the hills, or masked behind the universal
woods which fringe the crests of every rebel
vantage ground opposite that long-ago des
troyed town.
A week ago not a single rebel dared to cross
the Chicahominy in all that neighborhood,and
our scouts patrolled the river bank in perfect
safety. A few shells now and then, doing no
damage, but, from their notoriously bad aim,
only exciting derision, were the utmost to
which the rebels ever ventured. Musket tiring
upon as was unknown, and from the utter si
lence and lassitude of their whole force, an un
military judge might have conjectured that
but a handful of artillerymen held their posi
tion, all the rest having gone away.
Such was the extent of this quietness that a
story of the evacuation of the place brought
over by contrabands, and diligently circulated,
was generally believed.
But gray-headed military officers knew oth
erwise. The less they could discern of the
enemy, the more and more precautions were
taken to guard against his attempts. Picket
ers were made more watchful. Reserves wore
posted closer. Battery upon battery, brought
from the enemy’s exhaustless supply, were
placed in every spot w hich commanded a reb
el Hill or crossing-place. Everything in the
science of war. which learned anil experienced
men could devise, was employed to resist any
movement, for whatever purpose made, which
might be indicated by the enemy.
A DISCOVERY.
The usefulness of all this extreme caution
was soon demonstrated. A forlorn hope from
the Federal forces directed by a high officer,
started on a dark night on an expedition of
the greatest secrecy and danger. Through the
wet grass of the swamp, sometimes waisted in
w ate r, they crawled for nearly a mile—now
back, now forward, doubling upon and re
tracing their path all the way to the river’s
edge. There all the trouble taken was amply
repaid. A snug log way had been built across
the stream, and through the gloom could lie
traced until it lost itself in the distance. This
had been one quiet performance of the rebels, ■
made right uuder our batteries and in front of
our picketers, but so effectually concealed by
the rank luxuriance of the swamp that, until
the brave party discovered it, from McClellan
down, we were in entire ignorance of its exist
ence.
v/ver liiis sirucLure ni hi Slim is nan come in
numbers, spreading about on the Federal side
of the liver, aud correctly viewing many of our
most important movements. The newsboy
crossed there with his copies of the Richmond
Despatch, and many a spy and deserter had
tr d that timlier, brimful of the information
which he could give to the Richmond conspir
ators. This bridge, so opportunely discovered,
was built across the stream, about a half a mile
below Mechanicsville.
The enemy were found to be equally busy in
other ways. A solid line ofentrenchments hail
been built all along the hill to|>s on their side of
the stream, and numerous guns had la'cn mount
ed there. Their pickets had been strength
ened, and a balloon view exposing their camps
behind the hill tops, gave a grand landscape of
the camp of thousands of men. Their quiet
ness was only a ruse, and under its cover they
had prepared on an extensive scale for the
movement which Monday last brought forth.
MEDICAL.
-PREPARED BY
L. II- TITCOMB,
APOTHECARY,
373 Conprew Street, - - Portland, Me.
CURES.Dy spepsia,
CORRECTS.Indigestion and Flatulency.
PRKVENTS.Liver Complaints k Bilious Fevers,
RELIEVES.Constipation and Headache,
STRENGTHENS the Nervous System.
July 1. 18G2. lm
rOB TUB PREVENTION AND CURE OP
Consumption, Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis. Nervous
Prostration, (.eneral Debility, IM spetisia. Scrofu
la, Marasmus, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Female < onrplaints, anti all Disorders of
the Nervous and Blood Systems.
This remedy has obtains a great repntation for
most Extraordinary Cures in all Staoeu op
Consumption. It is recommewlcd by inanv thous
and Physicians in the United States and Europe—
having been used with results uti parallel led iu the an
nals of medicine.
The JiypophtupkiU* have a two-fold and specific
action; on the one hanfl increasing the principle
which Constitutes Nervous Enkkoy, and on the
other, being the Most Powerful Blood Genekat
1*0 Aoknts Known. In cases of Nervous Debility
or Postratiou of the Vital powers, from any cause,
the Remedy has no superior.
“ WINCHESTERS GENUINE PREPARATION.”
Is tha only reliable form of Hypophobpiiites. made
after the Original Formula of Dr. Churchill. t-iT'Ii*
quiKE rot and Use no other !
A FAIR TRIAL IS A CERTAIN CURE !
Uf PRICES—In seven ounce bottles, 91— Six
Bottles for 95. In sixteen ounce Bottles, 92—Threo
for 95. Circulars gratis. Sold bv all respectable
Druggists, and it the Solo General l>epot iu the Uni
ted States, by
** UlLllCiRIt.K, do JO 11N STREET, JJ. Y.
A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR
Spermatorrhea. or Seminal Weakness, and General
Irritability in either Sex.
This malady, the t err Me consequences of which are
too well knowu to require more than a bare allusion
to them, is one of tbe most insidious, and therefore
dangerous, of all the long catalogue of human ills.
It saps the very springs of Life, rapidly undermines
the constitution, and sinks the unhappy victim into
imlx'cility and a premature grave! From one to three
boxes of the .Specific Pill afe sufficient to effect a per
manent cure in the most aggravated eaten, whether i
constitutional, or arising from Abuse or EEoeesea.
MEDICAL TESTIMONY*.
" We believe it to Ik*, in the treatment of Sperma
torrhoea as near a Specific as any medicine can be." |
—B Keith, M. D.—American Journal of Medical
Science.
" I have found them all that could be desired. Their j
effect A an been truly wonderful. I used them in a
case of Spermatorrhea of long standing which has
been under treatment for years. I think three boxes i
will complete the cure."—E. P. Dicker, M. I).
tJT'Thls is not a Homeopathic remedy, nor is there j
any mercury or other deleterious ingredient combin
ed with it.
Price—91 per box. Six boxes for 96, by Mail pre
paid. For sale bv all respectable Druggists, and at
the Sole General Depot in the United States, by
.!. WINCHESTER, 36 John St., N Y,
Sold at wholesale by W. F. PHILLIPS.
Junc23dlrw4w Portlanp, Me.
D. W . ( LARK,
-PEA I.Kit IN -
SILVER STREET - - - ICE HOt'SE
- AND
No. 32 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND, Me. I
HP" All orders promptly attended to, and the ^
REST QUALITY OF ICE delivered in anv part of I
the city, at the market rates. 2w
BUSINESS CARDS.
BREED A TITKEY,
— mroKTKRH or —
Lutings, Serges, Elutic Oussettings,
AND FINDINGS,
MANUFACTURERS of BOOTS & SHOES,
ALSO, KID AND GOAT STOCK,
60 Union, four doors from Middle Street,
O. H. BREED. PORTLAND, ME. J. O. TIJKEY.
__ jo30—3md&w
TUCKER A WEBSTER,
109 Middle, corner of Temple Street,
Fashionable Clothiers,
AND DEALERS IN
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
Of tli© Most Desirable Pattern.
Portland, June 23. 1862. tcislm
HANSO KT,
SION AMD ORNAMENTAL
PAINTER,
Mo. 31 Exchange Street, Portland, Me.
or Order* solicited. 3m
OLIVER S. BEALE,
SIGN AND FANCY PAINTER,
X*. lO EXCHANGE STREET,
Portland, me.
nif'nf 01 every acscnpiioo executed to order.
June 23. daw2w
Marble Work.
J. H. THOMPSON,
Is prepared to receive orders for
Marble, Free Stone, Soap Stone,
Marble Chimney Pieces, Monumental Work and
Grindstones.
Carncr of Penrl nnd Federal Sts..
Je23tf PORTLAND, ME.
JOHN B. BROWN A SONS,
Sugar Refinery,
TURK STREET, PORTLAND, ME.
Jc23<ttf
ALBERT WEBB A CO,
- DEALERS IK
Corn, Flour and Grain,
HEAD OF MERRILL’S WHARF.
Cammereial Street, - - Pertlaad. Me.
j«*23tf
JOHN LYNCH A CO.,
"Wholesale G-rocere,
-AKD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
GRANITE STORES.COMMERCIAL STREET,
(Opposite head of Wldgcry's Wli»rf.)
Pertland, Me.
JOHN LYNCH, riLBO BAKKKK, THOS. LYNCH.
j('23dtf
T. R. BURNHAM,
[Photographic Artist,
00 MIDDLE SRREET,
PORTLAND.
THIS i. tho only Room whom olthor of tho Rnm
ham. am intomofod in tho City, J. U. 1*. lirn'T
bah having .old hi* Room and gone to Sew York,
W6 Broadway.
REMEMBER THE HUMBER.
SIGN OF THE BIG FLAG.
#0 MIDDLE STREET,
T. R. BURNHAM.
Juno 23. dim
WOT. II. II. HATCH,
1141 Middle Stmt, - - ParllaaS, Me,
gv Manufacturing Jeweler,
**** AND SILVERSMITH.
AJ*o, Dealer in Watchm, Jewelry and Silver Ware.
Portland. June 23. 1962. tf
L. J. CROSS,
141 Middle Street, - - Portland, Mo.
Watch-Maker,
IMP x. B.—All work being promptly and person
ally attended to, i« warranted to give thorough sa re
faction. je23tf
C. D. BROWN,
Succewor to Manning A Brown,
Comluiniiion .Tterchant,
AtID WHQLKftALK I»KA LEK I!t
FLOUK, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS AND GRAIN,
UNION ST., Portland.
Portland, June 23. 1962. dtf
WILLIAOT CAPEX,
SIGN PAINTER,
Half Way D.wa Willaw Strrrt,
rORTLAilK, ME.
Juno 23. d3m
DOLE Sc MOODY,
GENERAL
Commission merchants,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FLOUR, CORN AND PRODUCE,
No. 6 Galt Block Commercial Street,
PORTLAND, Me
ANDREW T. DOLE. FRANKLIN C MOODY.
June 23. eodtf
A C^A It 3D .
The Crystal A Masonic Journal.
THE publication of this paper will be resumed in
July and be issued regularly on the 1st and lf»th
of each mouth. Subscription* aud communications
iu the U. States must be sent to
THE ORYSTAL. PORTLAND, ME.,
Those in Panada to WATERV1LLE, C. E.
The first number will contain a full report of “The
Centennial Celebration." Thoae desiring extra
copies of that number please address as above.
CYRIL PEARL, Editor.
OFFICE PORTLAND ADVERTISER.
d& w2w
Crockery Ware, China,
-and
GLASS WAREj
AT LOW TRICES.
PLATED WARE,
Castors, Spoons, Forks Curd
and Coke Basket*,
Table Cutlery,
IVORY, HORN, EBONY AND COCOA
HANDLED KNIVES.
KEROSENE OIL AND FLUID.
U I >l»\ STREET,
^ „ „ 8. B. WAITE.
y-2%—Snood
MISCELLANEOUS.
CHANGE OF SEASON !
WI. C. BECKETT,
Merchant Tailor,
137, MIDDLE ST„
Has prepared himself by selections from the New
Styles of Goods recently imported In New York and
Boston, to meet the requirements of his customers
and the public as to
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING FOR THE SPRING
AND SUMMER SEASOX8 !
In his new stock are comprised Fancy Cloths for
8pring Overcoats and Business Suits, Rich Black and
FANCY BROADCLOTHS
For Dress and Frock Coats, embracing the nicer
qualities of French and German, as well as the cheap
er substantial fabrics. Elegant Black and Colored,
Plain and Fancy
DOESKINS !
Of a great variety of patterns. VESTINGS of all
the varieties that tile market affords—Silk, Satin, Lin
en, and Cotton—many rare and unique styles. Also
an assortment of the nicer qualities of
GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS,
To all of which attention is especially invited.
» ———
•#*Coat and vest makers wanted.
Portland, June 23,1832. dtf
SA.HL'EL ADLAIU, Jr„
-DKALER IK
Parlor, OtiamlDer
^.PLAIN
FURNITURE,
Importer and Dealer in
China, Crockery & Glass Ware,
Britannia Ware, Table Cutlery, and Plated Ware,
And a General Assortment of
HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS.
THE attention of purchasers is invited to the large
and deriraMe stock of House-keeping Goods now
in store, a* afibve, comprising as it does nearly every
article usually needed in the Furniture and Crockery
Departments. Being one of the largest stocks in the
State, purchasers can find almost any variety of rich,
medium and low-priecd goods, suited to their differ
ent wants.
Those commencing housekeeping can obtain a com
plete outfit at this establishment, without the trouble
and loss of time usually attending a selection of this
kind; and the subscriber is confident that, combining
| as he does the various branches of house-furnishing
■ business, he can offer goods at prices that will not
: tail of proving satisfactory on examination.
138 and 140 Middle Street, Portland.
June 23, 1802. dtf
R. J. D. LARRABEE A CO.,
Manufacturer*, Importers, and Wholesale and Re
tail Dealers in
Picture Frames, Engravings,
ARTISTS’ MATERIALS, Ao.
Manufacturers of
ORNAMENTAL GILT FRAMES,
For Oil Tainting* and Looking Glasses.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
IVr ami iivml Frame, with French Mirrors: (Hit,
Ktmnv iml Imitatio, S(w««hI Frame, both Oval
; *mt S,|U»rp, for Kiigravings and Photographs, at low
| prices And warranted aatmthetory.
JU»T*ME€’EIVED,
▲ Wry choice colMtfon of Fine Lugraving* and
Lithographs, which we shall be happy to show to any
who may call.
Our Assortment of Artists’ Materials
I» very extensive, being of Ihe best manufacture,
such as Winsnr k Newton's (Ml and Water Colors,
Ilrusbes, Drawing Capers, I'cncll*. Crayons, Oil* and
Varnishes, Mathematical Instruments, Ac.
t Mir stock embraces nil articles in this line, and ia
the largest and best selected in the Male, aud we of
fer Ihe best inducements In dealers aud phntograprr*,
both as to quality of goods and as to prices.
PARTIES WISHING TO PURCHASE
Will be cheerfully furnished with our Catalogue,
which contains a complete list.
A large assortment ofOyal, Gilt, Walnut, Ebony and
ROSEWOOD MOULDINGS,
Constantly on hand.
B. J. D. LABBABEE A 00.,
No. 69 Exchange Street.
June 23. 18fi2. tf
EATON BOARDING SCHOOL,
FOR BOYS.
KENT’S HHJt, - - BE AD FIELD, ME.
rpUR .SECOND (QUARTER of the Summer Session
X of thi* Institution will commence
MONDAY, JULY Sl«t.
This f* a Family School, aud the of reference
can be given. Fleece *ent for a < Ircular.
II. M. EATON k SON. Proprietor*,
AMOS H. EATON, Principal.
LLEWELLYN A. LUCE, Assistant.
June 26th, 1802. d2w
For Sale.
THE Three .story Brick DWELLING
HOUSE, No. 8 Gray Street. It is in
good repair, and contain* ten flu is bed
rooms. If not sold before the lfith of
, ,August next, it will Ik* sold on tlmt day,
n; 11 o’clock, A. M..at Auction, without
reserve. Terms very easy. For information apply
to JOHN RANDALL, on the premise*, or at the*
*tore of RANDALL k WOODBURY, on Conimor
cial Street, head Central Wharf.
June 21,1868. dtf
TO ARMS.!
SIXTEENTH KEGMIENT.
i #
15 Recruits Wanted Immediately.
To All up a company from
CUM HER I j A NI) CO U NT Y,
To serve three years, unless sooner disc harged.
Better inducements are offered than ever before.
$100 BOUNTY AT THE END OF TIIE WAR.
And 160 ACRES OF LAND,
Together with *2.00 Bonus, and a month’s Advance
Pay authorized by Congress.
Recruiting office at
Rifle Corps Armory,
OLD CITY HALL, PORTLAND.
ZV ' Pay and Ration* commonro on till' day of en
’ Ii*tinont.
JOHN M. MARKToN,
111 AS. L. Me A LUSTER,
j __Jo24tf Recruiting Ofllccni.
COm*KEN«i STREET SEIXIV4RY,
FOR YOUNG LADIES AND MISSES.
! Mis. E. L. Whittier, - - Principal.
The AUTUMN 8ES8RIN will commence Sept.
8th. and Coutiuuc 15 weeks.
Prior to July 21st. full information can be obtained
of the Principal. 349 Cougrt^s Street. Hours from
8 to 1 o'clock, except Saturdays. After that time ap
plication may be made at 40 State Street.
Portland, June 23. 1862. 2awl0w
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.
T\TATRONA SPIRITS TURPENTINE —We invito
lx a trial of the Natrona Turpentine from all paint
ers. for either House or Ship work, inside or out. It
is free from amrlt, with flat «<uiial to spirits, evapo
rates no faster, and for Blind Work cannot be excell
ed. It works Kgi’AL to the common spirits on all
kinds, of painting, or in Oil Cloth manufacturing.
As evidence of the excellence of the article, the un
dersigned can refer to numbers of the lirat painters
of Boston and vicinity, if desired.
CHARLES TOPI*AX,
Agent for New England, 40 Fulton St., Boston.
For sale byj|iuikvr k Carpenter, Merrill k Brother.
S. J. Ivif^^ACo., Portland, aud < has. F. Potter
Augusta, jun<-23wltn
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
H. H. H X Y,
JUNCTION OF FREE & MIDDLE STS.,
- DEALER IN
Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs,
GENUINE MEDICINES.
ENGLISH. FRENCH AM AMERICAN PERFIMERY,
AND FANCY GOODS,
APOTHECARIES’ GLASS WARE, FOREIGN
LEECHES. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, BRACES,
ELASTIC STOCKINGS, Ac.,
-ALSO
VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS,
_A_nd Dye-Stuffs,
KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIL,
And all other articles usually kept in a Drug and
Paint Establishment.
Hr State Agent for DAVIS k KIDD S MAG
NETO-ELECTRIC MACHINES. je23—lmdaw
1STew Drug Store!
cbosmaF* poor.
Have taken "tore, Na. 75 Middle Street*
(Fox Block.) and respectfully invite public at
tention to their large and well selected stock of
Drugs, Chemicals, Fancy Goods, Ac.,
And solicit a shan- of public patronage, trusting
that by famishing the purest cheniica'sand best stock
of drugs the market affords, and a careful attention
in the disiM'nsary department, to merit flic confidence
of the public.
CHAN. r. CHOUSE All. jc24tf THOa. II. POOR.
MERCHANDISE._
B«hT Tongnci*.
QA BBLS. Cragin & Co's, for sale br
AU THOM AS AH AW.
June 23. 1^2. dlOd 156 Commercial Street.
Butter. Choose, flour.
"i KA BOXES Vermont Cheese—best dairies.
Jl tiU 25 Tubs < hoicc Vermont Butter.
680 Bbl*. Family Flour.
In store and to arrive.
For sale low by F. A. SMITH.
10 A 21 SILVER STREET.
Portland, June 23, 1802. dtw
floliisws and Sugar.
O T A HIIDS. Cardenas Molasses,
JoLFV/ 2U> do. Muwavado do.
100 boxes II. B. Sugar,
J**23—3m For sale by JOHN LYNCH A CO.
Tea*.
2*f| H ALF CHESTS Fini- Oolong Tons,
" 50 do. do. Souchong do
je23—3in For sale by JOHN LYNCH A CO.
NUTS! NUTS7
OAA RAfi8 of Nuts, of every variety and of the
/gUU best quality.
For sale by WM. ALLEN. Jr..
Nos. 13 A 15 Exchange Street.
ORANGES AND LEMONS.
OAA BOXES Messina Oranges,
/CUU 150 do. “ Lonoits.
The Best Ix/t or Fruit In tin? market, for sale by
WM. ALLEN. Jr.,
Nos. 13 A 15 Exchange Street.
FIRE CRACKERS.
2£A BOXES No. 1 Cold Chop Fire Crackers,
•)U 150,000 Torpedo***, No. 1.
For sale by WM. ALLEN. Jr..
Nos. 13 A 16 Exchange Street.
FIREWORKS.
ALAKOE assortment of Fire-Works, Chinese
Ixinterus, American Flags, Ac.
For sale by WM. ALLEN. Jr.,
Nos. 13 A 15 Exchange Street.
TOBACCO.
OAA A PCCNDS Navy Tobacco—1 lb. Inmps,
/gUUll 2noo *lo. Nectar Leaf Cavendish,
1000 do. Mkdkok's uito^uKA Xatuual Leaf,
2iVM) do. Pride or Fluvania “ ••
500 do. Pet Lamb—fair article.
Selling cheap, by WM. ALLEN, Jr.,
No*. 13 A 16 Exchange Street.
I -—
SARDINES.
1 AAA **ALF BOXES Phillippe A Canaud
1UUU Sardines. For sale very low,
By WM. ALLEN, Jr..
No*. 13 A 15 Exchange Street.
LEMON SYRUF.
lOO G»*2. ***“ **2*
For Sale by WM. ALLEN. Jr.,
Nos. 13 A 15 Exchange Street.
DRIED FRUIT, &c.
RAISINS, Currants, Citron, Prune*. Figs, Dates,
Preserved t.inger and Chow Chow, (iuava
Jelly, Ac. Also a* fine and well selected an assort
ment of goods as can be found in aify Frail Store
in the city.
SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH,
By WM. ALLEN. Jr.,
dtf Nos. 13 A 15 Exchange Street.
INSURANCE._
FIRE INSURANCE.
WARREX SPARROW,
Oflirr 74 Middle* roe* of Kxebnage St*,
PORTLAND, ME..
Agent of the following FiratClam Insurance Co’t:
National Insurance Company, *
Of Bostou. - - Cash Capital ami Surplus. •600,000.
Republic Fire Insurance Company*
Of New York. - - Cash Capital anti Surplus. #312,000.
Reliel Fire Insurance Company*
Of New York. - - Cash Capital and Surplus, #250.000.
Equituble Fire and Marine Ins* Co*,
Of Providence.
Perfect Security, which ought always to be the
.first consideration iu effecting insurance, is here of
fered to the public, at the lotrest rates of premium
adopted by sound and responsible companies.
Office in ‘ Boyd’s Building,’’ opposite Post Office,
dltwtf
P O RT LAND
Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
THIS Companv continue to insure property on
terms as fatorable us those of any reliable com*
pany.
All policies upon which six premiums have been
paid, are renewed auuuaily free of premium to the
policy holder.
Those desiring iusurance will do well to call and
ascertaiu the terms before insuring elsewhere.
OHee 102 Middle Street.
CHARLES HOLDEN, President.
Edward Suaw, Secretary.
June 23. eod3m
Money Lost*
LOST. A HI M OF MONEY. The finder will ho
suitably rewarded by leaving the same at this
Office.
J10TELS._
Summer Retreat,
SOUTH SIDE OF PEAK'S ISLAND,
HENRY M. BRACKETT, - - Proprietor.
OPEN fbr Genteel Boarders—three miles
from Portland—within thirty rods of the
Ocean—with good opportunities tor fishing,
sea-bathing and water excursions. A Steam
_er run* from Portland dailv. Experienced
linen in attendanc. je25*fcw
PREBLE HOUSE, - - PORTLAND, ME.
Sltaated oa Csacresa, esraer sf
Preble Streets.
THIS is the largest Hotel in the State, pos
sessing all the modern improvements, aud
first class iu every appointment.
TERMS MODERATE, FOR BOARD BT WEEK
OR DAY.
CIIAS. II. ADAMS, Proprietor.
je23—3m
SAGADAIKH K HOUSE,
AlfVed Carr, • * Proprietor,
BATH, MAINE*
THE City of Bath is one of the healthiest
localities on the coast of Maine—delightful
Iv situated on the Kennebec, twelve miles
from the sea, and affords one of the most
luvitiug retreats from the dust aud turmoil of our
larg«* cities.
1 he Saoapahotk is one of the finest, most spa
cious, aud best appointed Hotels in the State, located
within three minutes walk of the Depot, Steamboat
Landing, Post Office, Custom House, Ac., being di
rectly in the business centre of the City.
Ttrms Moderate Ay the Week sr Day*
Bath, June 23. 1*3. dtf
AMERICAN HOUSE,
Bostox, Mass.,
IS the largest and best arranged Hotel in
the New England State*; is centrally l«»ca
[ted. and easy of access from all the routes of
[travel. It contains the modem improve
____|uieut«. and every convenience for the com
fort and accommodation of the travelling public.
Tim sleeping rooms are targe and well ventilated;
the suits of rooms are well arranged, and completely
tarnished for fkmilies aud large travelling parties,
and the bouse will continue to be kept as a first class
Hotel in every respect.
LEWIS RICE, Proprietor.
Boston, January, 1802. dTtnis
rrwvDii iiAirfiE<
E. O. Mayo* • • • • Proprietor.
PASSADUMXEAG, MAINE.
BBUnTIIE subscriber would very respectfully sn
[LAAfcijWn ounce to hi* uumerous friends, and the
■JjljflQ,■public cenerally. that during the temporary
f ■compulsory suspension of hi* business be
ha* furnished thi* well-known house anew, and is
now better than ever prepared to wait upon his cus
tomers, and hopes by strict attention to their wants
to merit a continuance of the patronage which he lias
hitherto received. E. G. MAYO.
I'assadnaikeag, June 2). 1802. dk wtf
BATH HOTEL)
Djr C. M. PLUMMER.
336, Wahhikotds 8t„ Bath.
•,MVnni fl per day. Stable (onnected
with hoove.
Balk, June 23, 1332. dtf
DIRIGO EATING HOUSE,
No. 7 MILK STREET, - - - PORTLAND, ME.
JOHN ROBINSON, Proprietor.
Ever}’ Delicacy of the Season
.Served up at all hours.
TURTLE SOUP, TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
I BROOK TROUT ood all kind, of KAMI
Served to order.
PINE ArrLE LEMONADE.
STRAWBERRY LEMONADE.
EN” Frogs Served to Order.
Meals to Regular Hoarder* at Reduced Rates.
0|*en every Sunday from 8 to 1, and from 2 to 6
o’clock. jr23edtf
THE BEST, MOST EXTEB8IYE
AND VARIED
Assortment of Dry Goods,
Ever brought into the city, can always be found at
N. I. MITCHELL’S, • - 127 MIDDLE ST.
We have In store the most extensive stock of
Just purchased at the lowest cash prices, to be sold at
a trifling anvance.
We have also a large lot of
CLOTHH, t'ASSI MERES, DOESKINS,
MIXTURES, SATINETS, Ac., Ac,
Either for Coat or rants, and in this line we will sell
at prices that can’t be beat.
Ladies’ Sacks and Mantillas,
Conatantl, on band, and made to ordor.
OUR STOCK OF PRINTS j
BLEACHED OH BROWN COTTONS,
QUILTS. LINENS,
DAMASKS, FLANNELS,
-a so
Every Variety of Houte-Keeping Goods,
j Is unsurpassed, and one can always fiud any article
j in this line, at about wholesale prices.
Wc have a large assortment of
PARASOLS, SUN-UMBRELLAS,
SKIRTS. HANDKERCHIEFS. BUTTONS,
EMBROIDERIES. LINEN BOSOMS,
CiLOVES, HOSIERY,
| And an endless variety of of Small Articles pertain*
; ing to our business, all of which will be sold cheap
j for cash, at
I. l^Iitolieirs,
137 MIDDLE STREET,- - MUZZEY BOW.
jeSJcoddft wtf
H e fbe* l iKi<*r%iRiM*<l,
WOULD resp«*c4jullv give notice that we hare 1
bought out the Photograph rooms lately oceu
Eied hv J. 1*. P. Hum ham. formerly the old stand of
•uruham Brothers,
No. 96 MIDDLE STREET,
And hare newly fitted up the rooms and are prepar
ed to carry on the
Photograph Business,
In all it* various branches, and in the latest and best
•tvle of the art.
\Vc also say that we have at least a thousand «plrn- ,
did negative* of the citizens of Portland, which ran ;
he examined bv persons wishing picture from any of
them, prints of which will be made at very short no
tice
Daguerreotypes and Ambrotypes Copied
To any size required, and finished in Oil and Water
Colors, India Ink and finest materials.
Please give us a call, a» perfect satisfhetion is guar
anteed in every instance.
W. T. & H. H. WILDER.
June 24. I8C2. dlweodlw
A. W. BANFIELD,
! (Successor to P. J. Forristall and Mills k Forristall,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN,
FANCY GOODS,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELBY,
STATIONERY, TOYS, Ac.,
23 and 30 Federal atul 106 Congress Streets,
AKDIBOX W. BAXrltl.D. JJoHtOTl.
P. J. Pobhibtali. can be round at the above place
June 23. .I;
RAILROADS._
KENNEBEC AND PORTLAND R. R.
■ I'MMan ARHAXumXT.
Commenced April 141*. DO.
JO^B] Puacngcr train* will tear* <Uttr,(Saa
excepted) aa follow,:
A ugwata lor Bath, Portland and lloatoa. at 11 U A
d.. ronnacting at Brnnawick with the Androaconta
fiailroad (br Lewi.ton, Llrenaore Falla, Wlitonind
• arndngton.
Leave Portland fowBath and Angaata at 1 OOP M
mmiocfing at Brnnawick with the Androneozgia
rain, for atationa on that mad; and at Aagnata with
he Someraet ft Kennebec Railroad for Watervtllc,
vend all', Mill* and Skowhcgaii. and at KandalPa
dill, with tho Penobacot ft Kennebec Rood for Pitta
lebl. Newport and Bangor; arrivingaame night.
Mondag Morning and Saturday Kerning Train,.
„‘vaina leave Aagaata at 6AO A. M., and
llatb at 6.30 A. M., for Portland, connecting with tha
).A> A M train for Lowell and Boaton.
L''»vc Portland on Saturday*. at 8.16 P. M.. on ar
rlVRA of train from Boston, fbr Bath and Augusta.
ftTAOE (ONNKCTIoae.
Stage, leave Bath dally (Kundava excepted) at J.flO
I M on arriv. of tram from Portland and Boaton.
lor Wwcawet, Damariacotta. Waldoboro’. Rockland
uni I homaston.
Stage, leave Aagaata daily (Sunday, excepted h for
Bel that, on arrival of tram from Portland and Boa
ton.
Ticket, aold in Boaton for all the atationa on the
Kennebec ft Portland, Androaeoggin, and Someraet
ft Kennebec Road,.
Freight train* run dally between Augaata and Port
l»»d. It H. CUSHMAN,
Manager and Snperintendrat.
_Augaata. April. 1S82. juneSWtf
ANDROSCOGGIN RAILROAD.
MXXU A RUA XOKXKXT.
{ISWMHS3 °n Rod after Moxdat, Mar 6. 1803,
will leave Portland for Lewiaton
ami faiuuugton via Brunawiek, at 1 P. M.
Leave Farmington for Lewiaton, Bath and Tort
land. via Brunawiek, at 9.16 A. M.
Leave Lewiaton for Bath and Portland ria Brana
wlck at 11 46 A. M.
Freight tiaina daily between Portland and Lawla
ton.
RTAoi roxxcrrioxa.
Stage learea Strickland', Ferry Tueadav*. Thara
dava and Saturdaya, for IJvrrraore. Canton. Para
and Dlxffeld; returning oppoafte d; V:.
-S'»V‘' leavea North Jay for Ka»t L.xdeld, DlxSeld.
and Weld, on Tneadava, Thnradavs and Salardaya;
returning oppnaite dara.
Slage leave. Farmington or New Vlnevard, New
Portland and Kingtield. on Wedneadava and Satnr
dav*. ret timing on Mondaya and Friday*.
K-.^l’ravc Farmington daily, lor Strong, Aron
laaaengrra for thia route will take the can at tha
Portland. Karo ft l'ortamonth, or Kennebec ft Port
land Depot,, in Portland. 8. W. EATON. .Han't
Farmington May 5, lata. jaucSMif
n THROUGH TICKETS
To Chicago, Ciucihxati, CLmun>. Drraorr.
Toledo, hr. Hacl. La (.'home. St. Loon,
New Ouiah. or ony port of the
WEST, SOUTH OR JfORTB WEST,
or the
ERIE RAILWAY.
Via Buffalo, Dcseise. ahd Niaoaka Falls.
This rood is broad ocaoe oad is provided with
New end Splendid slecpinE Con.
i Iicl. lv sold in Portlond ot lowest Boston miss
by
W. D. LITTLE, Asm,
OJIer 31 Exckamgt Street.
Yon con »ve money by accorlng tickets st this
Jane 23. dowtf
STEAMBOATS.
International Steamship Company.
EASTPORT, CALAIS AND ST. JOHN.
TWO TRIPS PER WEEK.
On »n<i after April 28. the Steam
er* "NEW BRCNSWICK" and
‘ FOREST CITY" will, until fsr
,_* her notice, leave P. 8. k F. R. R.
a.:. l.iot i»i state Arret, as lollow*:
Steamer “New Brunswick." Capt. F.. B. fftsrsts
teu. will lewve for Eastf-ort and Sr. Juhy every
MONDAY, at & o’clock. P M
IXurning will leave 8t. Jobs every THl'RSDAT
MORNINC, at 8 o'clock, ibr EasTroaT, I'ortlayd
and Bowtoy.
s’ewtnt'r "Forest City,” Capt. E. Field, will leara
for Eartport and St. Jobs erery THCKSDAY at
b o'clock P. M.
Thronrh ticket, are sold bv this liar connecting at
EASTPoaT with stage coaches for Nit Hi as. and
wi'h Steamer eaecu for Robbinston, Calais. St.
Stxphrxs, and ST. Aedbews. and at the latter place
over Railway for CAUTERBfRY: from thence per
staee coaches lor Wood* Tor a and Hocltox, wbwh
Is the cheapest and most expeditions way of reaching
the Aroostook Coanty.
We also ticket ftuungh per Steamers and Railway*
for WtsDsoa. Kali pay, Dtoar. Frederk-to*.
Si'Ssex, Moseroa. Shediac, Peirce Edwaed
Island. l'lcrotr, North Shohb oe New Bai'as
wk-e, Mtaiaieai. and Bat db Chalecr.
„ C. C. EATON.
June 23. dawtf
Portland and New York Ntraam.
The splendid and Amt Steamship
'THUSAPKAKK," c aptain 8ii»3kt
Vh. TlJOyt 'KowitLi.. will uulil farther notice mn
follow*:
lspa»t* Brown* Wharf. Portland, every WEDNES
DAY. at 4 I*. M . ai d leave Pier 9 North Hirer. New
York, every SA1TRPAY. at 3 oc’ock. P. M.
This vessel w fitted np with tine *reomni«v:atioii* for
pa*rfonger*. making thi* the moet *peedy. safe and
comfortable route for traveller* between New York
and Maine. Passage 96,00, including Fare and 8tate
Room*.
Good* forwarded by thi* line to and from Montreal.
Quebec, llaugor, Bath. Augusta, Fast port and St.
John.
Shipper* are requested to send their freight ta the
steamer before 8 P. M., on the day that »be leave*
Portland.
For freight or passage apple to
F.MFBY A FoX. Itronu * Wharf. Portland.
II B < KOMWKLL A CO., No. « Welt 9tr**t,
New \ork. •
Jnne 23. 1802. dtf
MONTREAL
OCE.it STEAMSHIP CO’S
Weekly Mail Line.
ONE of the following Arst-ela**, power
ful .Stem.,, Ilf HERMAN NORTH
AMERICAN. NORWEGIAN, JLKA.
Bohemian, ani.ui saxon, no
VA Mdl’IAN—uiil tail front Quebec every Satar
da% morning, for Liverpool, via Londonderry.
Passenger* leave Portland per Grand Trunk Train*
with In tied State* mail*, every Fridar, at I 16 P. M.,
connecting with SU-aiper at Quebec every Saturday
morning.
Passage to Liverpool. Londonderry or Glasgow:
Third Cia*s, 93* First (’la**. 907 to 982—according
to accommodation,—which include* ticket* on Grand
Trunk Railway.
lVepaid and rctnrn ticket* issued at reduced rate*.
Kxcur*tou ticket* to the World's F'air. out and
back. 91ft*.
Apply to Fslmonstone, Allan A Co., Montreal, or to
„ J. L. FARMER,
No. 10 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND.
June 2H, 186!! dtf
Proprietor of the
LIVERPOOL PACKETS,
Sailing from Liverpool for llo*toa twice a month.
Steerage INtssage. #20. Abo. Ageut for New York
and iJvn p«N>l St«*amsh}p*. tailing from New York
every Saturday, and from Liverpool every Wednes
day. and calling at Oueeustown, Ireland. Cabin
Passage. §75. .Id Daw. #30.
Sight Bilb of Exchange, for XI Sterling and up
waj«i. payable at any Bank in Great Britain or Ire
land constantly for sale.
For Passage Certificate*. Steamer Tickets, Drafts,
or for further information, Address,
GKO WARREN, 99 State Street, Boston, Mam
Coal i'rpighto.
TTE8SKL8 wanted to carry Coal* from Piet on,
▼ Sydney, Liugau. aud Cow Bay to varioa* porta
iu New England
Luuk despatch *ud the highlit going ra‘es often d.
Apply to GKoKGK If STARK.
No. 30 Kxchaugc Street.
Portland. June 37. 1*3 lw
TENEMENTS WANTED.
. . WANTED— Convenient tenements lor the
Jnk accommodation of two small families, in
respectable localities, aud with!'. te» min
XJbb utr«' walk of the Post Office Pont ..otto
exceed from #150 to 175 i*»r annum
Address Box 43. Post 01.0’. or apply at the Count
lug Room of the Daily Press,Fox Block.
Portland. June 33. dbtf

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