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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS.
VOL. 1.
PORTLAND DAILY PRESS,
JOHN T. OILMAN,,
JOSEPH B. HALL, I
It published at No. 82J EXCHANGE STREET,
in FOX BLOCK, by
FOSTER, OILMAN and HALL,
Under the firm ^ame of
N. A. FOSTF, R & CO.
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morning, (Sundays excepted), at 86,00 per year in ad*
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should be directed to the "Editors qf thr /*rcss,” and
those of a business character to the PmblUhert.
tSP"The Portland Daily and Maine State
Press Office, in Fox Block, No. 82} Exchange
Street, is open at all hours during the day and eve
ning, from 7 o'clock in the morning to 9 iu the
evening.
FT Joe Priktino of every description executed
with dispatch; and all business pertaining to the of
fice or paper promptly transacted on application as
above.
MISCELLANEOUS.
“Wise Measure* of Clemency.”
Our attention is forcibly called to the recent
call of the Times party for “wise measures of
clemency” toward the rebels, by the following
shocking rebel barbarity. The victim of it
was a brother of Jeremy W. Bliss, Esq., of
this city, who, we presume, can hardly see the
pressing necessity for “clemency.”
“Lieut. W. S. Bliss, of the 2d Michigan bat
erv—formerly from Detroit, and whose w ife
resides in Massachusetts—was brutally mur
dered by the rel>els at Tuscaloosa, Ala., while
a prisoner in their hands. He was a tine young
officer, beloved by all who knew him. He
step|>ed across the street to get some milk, as
had been his custom: was ordered back by the
guard, and not moving quickly enough the
malign rebel shot him dead. The murderer
was acquitted readily by the confederate mili
tary savages who held command there.—[Hart
ford Press.
A Wonderful, Discovery.—A corres
pondent of the Boston Transcript, who is the
Topographical Engineer of N. 1L, states that
once of the most wonderful geological discov
eries ever made around the White Mountains,
has just been brought to the notice of scientific
men. Two young men of Berlin Falls in slid
ing down the cliffs of a rugged mountain, two
miles from that town, found the entrance to an
enormous cave, the existence of which was
unknow n before. Wm. D. Sanborn, a noted
guide in that region, made a thorough explora
tion of it, using candles to light his way. Find
ing in it a beautiAil mineral of bright color, he
reported the fact, and the cave was visited by
Mr. E. S. Brown, a mineralogist, who found
the entire cave was made of janper, of magnifi
cent color and quality. The entrance is so
small that a man can barely enter it on his
hands and knees. About ten feet from the en
trance it is nine feet high and fifteen feet wide,
opening into a flue apartment nirtii feet in
length, formed of jasper of a delicate blue and
ash color, striped with Are red, so exquisitely
beautiful as to draw exclamations of surprise
and admiration from the dullest student of na
ture.
uut tue wonders ot me cave do not He in
the fact that it is funned, but in the fact that
the long disputed question is now settled u-liere
the Indians of Sew England got their jasper
to m<d;e their arrow heads. It has never been
known until now where this jasj>er of a blue
color, which they used, came from. There can
be no doubt but that the Indians, nundreds of
years since, commenced the work of chipping
off pieces, and continued their work until a
cavern sixty fret in extent was cut out of the
rock, for the top and sides of the cave all show
that it has been chipped in many thousand
places. In many places the vein of jasper has
been cut to its intersection with the granite
and there the work stopped. An Indian axe
and tomahawk were found in the bottom of the
cave, such as were used during the French ami
Indian wars, when the Pequawhets, Penna
cooks and Androscoggin* wandered in this
beautiful region—in which their savage imple
ments are now found in abundance. Berlin
Falls is in Coos County. New Hampshire,with
in an hour's ride of Gorham.
At the meeting held in the Cooper Institute
New York, on Tuesday evening, the following
incident took place:
When Mr. Wickliffe rose to s]w*ak. a most
interesting and impressive incident occurred.
After lung and loud cheer* had subsided, a
voice called out, “Who is the speaker?” The
venerable survivor of great and glorious days
leaned on the desk, and in a clear and piercing
voice said: ‘‘An old man from Kentucky, by
the name of Wickliffe." The effect was mag
nificent. Cheer on cheer for Wickliffe, for
Kentucky, for the union of New York ami
Kentucky, and all the States, deafened the ears
of the audience.
Arming Loyai. Blacks.—In the House
of Representative* on Saturday. Mr. Wickliffe
of Kentucky moved to reconsider the vote by
which (Jen. Hunter's capital letter on the sub
ject of negro regiments was ordered to lie prin
ted. A motion to lay Mr. W.’s motion on the
table was accepted as a test vote ou the <[iies
tion of arming the hlacks. It was carried til to
2tl. Among the yeas we are surprised to see
Dlven of New York, Thomas of Mass.. Kellogg
of III.. Dunn of Ind., lilair of Va„ and Maynard
ofTenn. The radicals were surprised at the
declaration of Mr. Diven that he had for two
weeks vainly tried to introduce a bill making
it the duty of the government toenlist ull loyal
blacks willing to serve, and liberate them lor
ever upon their enlistment.
The St. Andrews Standard say's: “About
8 o’clock, a largo number of young men,
calling themselves Jeff. Davis's men. dressed in
most fantastic costumes, with faces blackened,
ami carrying a banner on which was the fol
lowing device—‘Jeff Davis forever!’ with the
Hag of tlie confederacy, a palmetto tree in the
centre, surrounded by the words, ‘The South
shall lie free; Victory or Death, C. S. A.,’ par
aded the streets, creating considerable amuse
ment. and followed byr a large concourse of
persons. They cheered in front of several
houses. The company was armed with all
manner of weapons, from a gun down to pitch
forks, axes, sticks of wood, etc.”
Painful Scenes.—A correspondent of the
Philadelphia Press, under date of July 5th,
gives the following account of scenes among
the wounded in the late battles:
One mortally wounded soldier asks, “Doctor,
what do you think of my case—is it danger
ous?" With a feeling which brings tears to
the eyes of men of the stoutest hearts, the doc
tor replies, both for the surgeon and the spir
itual adviser, that there is little or no hope,
and till' soldier closes his eyes for a few mo
ments in despair, then rising, he looks earnest
ly for a sympathizing friend, and makes the
same inquiry.
Maj. liamum of the Twelfth New York was
mortally wounded, and while lying breathing
his last a friend asked him if he had any mes
sage. to which he replied: “Tell my wife that
in my last thoughts were blended my w ife, my
boy and my flag.” He asked of the physician
how the battle went, and when told that it was
favorable to us. he said, “God bless the old
fla—and expired with the prayer finishing
inaudibly with his closing lips. A braver offi
cer never urged his men to gallantry.
I met one soldier with a ball through his leg
and bleeding to death surely ami rapidly.
“Oh.” said lie, “what w ill Mrs. Ellis and Jen
nie do? Poor William is dead—how his moth
er and sister loved him. And he would not
have enlisted if 1 had not. O dear, O dear!”
And beseeching me to take a message to them,
he said: “Poor Mrs. Ellis! poor me! I have
no mother and sister to weep for me: i might
as well fight those wicked reliels as not.”
Another, shot through the lungs, elaspeifti
locket to his breast, and moved his lips till
put down my ear and listened for his last
breath:
“You'll tell her, won't you!”
Tell whom or where I could not ask. but the
locket was the picture of one who might be
wife, sweetheart or sister.
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respectfully invite attention to their facilities for exe
cuting, in beautiful style, every dcscriptiou of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING!
Their Establishment ir furnished with all the ap
proved modern machinery, and their assortment of
Book and Fancy Types,
Is adequate to do any work demanded in this State.
Businesi Cardi of Every Variety,
Style and Coit.
PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
BILL-HEADS RULED AND CUT IN
THE NEATEST MANNER.
BANK-CHECKS, NOTES, AND BILLS OF UDINS.
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WHEN DESIRED.
Policies Printed and Bound for
Insurance Companies.
Deeds, Law Briefs, Equity Cases,
And other LAW DOCI’MEXTS executed with
Dispatch.
Bronze, Colored, and all other kinds of
Printing,
Executed in taste to suit the most fastidious.
WEDDING AND ADDRESS CARDS
Our Styles are unsurpassed.
SHOP BILLS, PRRGRAMMES,
Ann
ALL SORTS OF HAND BILLS.
Portland, June 2fi, 18G2. daw
PLEASURE PARTIES.
XCCKSIONISTS visiting the Islands, supplied
i with stores at the shortest notice.
Orders elicited.
180 Fore Street arsr foot of Eirhaage.
CALD Ell WOOD k BECKETT.
Portland. June 23. dtf
Money Lom.
IOST. A STM OK MONEY. The finder will he
J suitably rewarded by leaving the same at this
Office.
!\oii<-<> of I'oriH'losiirc.
: VOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber. Sain*
IN uel S. Webster, of Portland, In tin* County of
1 Cmnl»er!aml and Mate of Maiue, claims by mortgage
a certain tract of land situated in Falmouth, in said
County, bounded, beginning at the nu»st southwest
erly corner of land now or formerly of Koval Leigh
ton, thence easterly and northerly by the same to land
of John W. Freeman, thence easterly by tin* same to
laud of Jeremiah llall, thence southerly and westor
| Iv by the same to land owned by Jeremiah Hobbs,
! thence northerly and w«**terly by the same and land
; of Philip l.aramon to the county road. thence north
erly bv said road to the first bounds; containing sev
: enteen acres more or less, subject to the right of Jer
emiah Hobbs or his assigns to pass and repas* through
I said premises Said real estate having been conveyed
in mortgage to Samuel S. Webster and Micah Samp
son bv Dependence 11. Furbish, by his deed of Au
gust 22. 1856, r««corded iu the Itegistry of Deeds for
Cumberland County, iu hook 2»v{. page 31*7; w hich
mortgage was duly assigned bv said Micah Sampson
to Samuel S Webster, June 3d, lx*r2, u~ w ill appear
by the assignment thereof nvordi'd in said Kegistry,
to all of w hich record* reference is to he had for a
more particular description. The condition of said
deed of mortgage is broken, and the subscriber, as
signee of saicl mortgage, by reason thereof do claim
a foreclosure of said mortgage, ami do hereby notify
all parties interested of my claim to foreclose said
mortgage, on account of the breach of the couditious
thereof.
Dated at Portland this first da\ of Julv, A. D. 1802.
jul2 -w3w • SAM L S. WEBSTER.
4
PORTLAND, ME., TH
STATE OE SAINE.
Executive Department.
Augusta, July 4, 19G2.
To the People erf Maine:
An additional number of troop* is required bv the
exigency of the public service, and if raised immedi
ately it is believed bv those who have the l*cst means
of knowledge, that the w ar will Ik* brought to a speedy
and glorious issue. Of this number the President of
the I'nittd States desires and expects that Maine
should furnish her proportion or quota.
Our gallant and patriotic state has done her whole
duty in the past, and she w ill not falter nor fail in the
present nor in the future.
That her material interests may In* protected and
advanced, that tranquility and (mace may be restored
throughout the land, that the Constitution and the
Union, w hich have been to us all the sourer of un
measured blessings, may Ik* preserved; that Liberty,
of w hicli they were the inspiration and are the selected
guardians, may be saved, and that the light of one
great example may shine brighter and brighter, to
guide, to cheer and to bless tin* nation*. To aid in
all theae. I invoke of the people of this State a prompt
and hearty response to this new demand upon their
patriotism; and may they all unite in the work that
is before them, each laboring in hi* own sphere, do
ing what he can by Ins example, influence and sympa
thy— preferring hi* treasure, his time, his strength,
his heart, and liis highest hope to the cause of his
country 1
Genera) Orders will be issued immediately, giving
authority for raising new Kegimcntaof Infantry, and
for calling into actual service a portion of the uuuui
formed Militia of the Mate.
ISRAEL WASHBURN, Jr.
By the Governor.
Joseph B. Hall, Sec’v of State.
STATE OF HAIAE.
HEAD QUARTERS,
Adjutant (Ikxkrai ’h Office,
Augusta, July 6. 18*3.
GENERAL ORDERS, No. 10.
In pursuance of requisition ntid authority from the
President of the United Stati*s. the Governor and
Gommatfder-in-Ghief orders and din*ets.
l*t—That two additional Volunteer Regiments of
Infantry, for the service of the Government, In* raised
and organized forthwith. The Seventeenth will ren
dezvous at Portland and the Eight«*cnth at Hanger.—
The exigency of the occasion is such that the utmost
expedition and vigilance is required.
2d—-Whereas the ununiformed Militia of this State,
constituted as provided by chapter ten of the Revised
Statutes, and subsequent acts, is subject to active duty
‘ in case of insurrection, war. invasion, or to prevent
invasion, or to be mustered into the service of the
l nited Stat«*s. upon a requisition made upon the Gov
ernor and < ommaiider-iu-f liief by the President of
the I nited States, by virtue of the Constitution and
Acts of Congress." and the exigency having arisen,
when the Governor and Coinmander-iu-Chief is au
thorized and required to call the said iiuunifonned
Militia, or a portion thereof, iut<» actual servier; it is
ordered that tlie Major General of each Division in
this State take measures forthwith for the organi
zation of all the Companies of Infantry from the en
rolled, ununiformed Militia of his command, by the
issue of orders forthwith to the Orderly Sergeants of
such companies to call out their companies w ithout
delay, foi the elections of officers, returns whereof are
to be made to the Adjutant General forthwith. After
the receipt of such returns, orders will be promulga
ted for the organization of two regiments of Militia
in each division, to Ih* formed and coii*titut<*d from
said companies by detachment or detail. It is ex
pected that this duty of calling out companies and
electing officers thereof, will Ih* |M>riorm«*d in
tlw shortest possible time after the receipt of this or- j
der.
8d—All the members of the unnniformed Militia
will Ih* relieved from service under this order, upon
enlisting in either of the regiments of Maim* Volun
teers already in the field or now being raised for the
service of the United States, in which case each will
receive a premium of two dollars, one month’s ad
vance pav, and a bounty of twenty-live dollars in ad
vance. To those who join a regiment already in the
field, the advance pay and bounty w ill be made each
upon his muster individually iuto the service. If he
joins a new regiment, he wif! receive his advance pay
npon the muster of his company into the service, and
his advance bounty upon the mustering of his regi
ment, making the total amount which he will have
received, upon the muster-in of his regiment, Forty
Dollars.
In addition to the foregoing, at the expiration of
his term of enlistment, or upon his honorable dis
charge from service, he will receive a further cash
bounty of seventy-five dollars, which, iu the event of
his death, is pa\ah!e to his family.
Recruiting agents will receive authority in writing
from the Adjutant General, and such other persons
as may hereafter be designated.
By order of the tuumiaudor-iii-Uhief.
JOHN L. HODSIM)N,
dStw tf Adjutant General.
STATE OF MAINE.
HEAD QUARTERS,
Adjutant (jkxkral's Office,
Auuusta, July 7th, 1^2.
GENERAL ORDER, No. 17.
To the Major tienerals of thr Militia :
Accompanying this you will receive General Order
No. Id, with Proclamations of His Excellency the
Governor, and recruiting papers and instructions to
be put into the hand* ofthe Orderly Sergeant or some
other person of each of the cnmpauie* organized un
der your direction, with a request that they will en
list all such persons therefrom, or others, as may 1m*
possible. For this service they will receive a suitable
compensation for each man enlisted by them and
mustered into the service of the United States.
The ncc<*»itiw ofthe service admit of no delay, and
it is most earnestly hoped that the several Major Gen
erals will sec that the requirement* of this order are
promptly executed, and the Orderly Sergeants or oth
er parties designated a* recruiting officers will omit
no effort on tneir part to secure as many recruits as
possible for the Volunteer Regiments.
As members of the Militia will be called into actual
service under the laws ofthe United States and of
this State, as Militia, for a period which in all proba
bility will 1m* quite as long as that for which they
would be held as Yoluuteers, the advantages to be de
rived by the soldier in volunteering, in the matter of
premium, advance pay, bounty, and other lieneflts,
are so great and obv ions that it is believed there w ill
bo no hesitation in enlisting a** Volunteers, rather
than to serve a- Militia, in which capacity they will
receive nothing but monthly wages, rations and cloth
ing.
Citizen soldiers' remember you have a country to
save, and you are the men who can render most effi
cient aid iu this holy and patriotic work. To render
success speedy and certain, and to alleviate and
abridge the calamities of war. the President of the
United States has requost<*d this call to hr made.
The Coiiiinaiider-iii-C'hief does not doubt that our
true-hearted soldiery will make such response a* will
still further illustiate the patriotism and devotion of
our gallai.t and faithful State.
Ry Order of the Commander-in-chief.
JOHN L. HODSDON, Adjutant General.
Jy9 <13t
Crockery Ware, China,
GLASS WAREj
AT LOW PRICES.
PLATED WARE,
Castors Spoons Forks, Card
and Cakt* Baskets
! Tatolo Cutlery,
IVORY', HORN, EBONY' AND COCOA
HANDLED KNIVES.
KEROSENE OIL AND F^UID.
54 l .\IO\ STKGKT,
S. B. WAITE.
I Jc23—6wood
URSDAY MORNING, J
BUSINESS CARDS.
TICKER & WEBSTER,
109 Middle, corner of Temple Street,
Fashionable Clothiers,
AND DEALERS IN
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
Of the Most Desirable Pattern.
Portland, June 23. 19G2. tcislm
J. L. H’HNLOW, Agent,
MANUFACTURER OF
Steam Engines, Steam Boilers,
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MACHINERY,
Steam Cocks, Valves, Pipes and Connections, Whole
sale or Retail.
STEAM AND GAS FITTING,
Done in the best manner.
Works 6 Union St., and 233 & 235 Fore St.,
jnltdtf PORTLAND, ME.
hanso N,
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTER,
No. 31 Exchange Street, Portland, Me.
Clr* Order, .elicited. jt3‘ -,'Im
E. J. CROSS,
141 Middle Street, - - Portland. Me.
Watch-Maker,
sPrJl
•*-'■** N. B.—All work being promptly ami person
ally attended to, is warranted to give thorough satis
faction. je23tf
C. D. BROWIN',
Succwor to Maiming & Ilrown,
Coin inimm ion Merchant,
AXD WHOLESALE DEALER IS
FLOUR, PRODUCE, PROVISION'S AND GRAIN,
UNION ST., Portland.
Portland, June 23, 1«*52. dtf
DOLE & MOODY,
GENERAL
Commission Merchants,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FLOTJB, OOBN AND PBODUCE,
No. 5 Galt Block Commercial Street,
PORTLAND, Me.
ANDREW T. DOLE. FRANKLIN C MOODY.
June 23. eodtf
T. R. BURNHAM,
Photographic .Artist,
DO MIDDLE SRREET,
PORTLAND.
THIS is the only Room where either of the Burn
hams are interested in the ( ity, J. V. P. Burn
ham having sold his Room ami gone to New York,
896 Broadway.
REMEMBER the number.
SIGN OF THE BIG FLAG.
90 MIDDLE STREET,
T. R. BURNHAM
June 23. dim
JOIIX LYNCH A CO*,
AA^holesale G-rocers,
- AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
GRANITE STORES.COMMERCIAL STREET,
(Opposite head of Widgery’s Wharf,)
Portland. Mr.
JOHN LYNCH, PELEU BARKER, THOS. LYNCH.
jeSSdtr
WILLIAM! CAPEN,
SIGN PAINTER,
Half Way Down Willow Street'
PORTLAND, ME.
June 23. d3m
BREED A Tl’KEY,
— IMPORTERS OF —
Lasting*, Serges, Elastic Gussettings,
AND FINDINGS,
MANUFACTURERS of BOOTS A SHOES,
ALSO, KID AND GOAT STOCK,
50 Union, four doors from Middle Street,
c. II. BREED. PORTLAND, ME. j.o.tukey.
je30—3md& w
JOI1 \ II. BROWN A SONS
Sugar Refinery,
YORK STREET, PORTLAND. ME.
_ jo23dtf
ALBERT WEBB A CO.,
- DEALERS IN -
Corn, Flour and Grain,
HEAD OF MERRILL'S WHARF,
Commercial Street' - - Portland. Me.
Jc28tf
BY. 11. II. H ATCH,
141 Middle Street. - - Portland. Me.
Manufacturing Jeweler,
and silversmith.
Al*o, Dealer in Watcho*, Jewelry and Silver Ware.
Portland. June 23, 1862. tf
Marble Work.
J. R. T II « Jl P S O N,
1* prepared to receive order* for
Harble, Free Stone, Soap Stone,
Marble Chimney Pieces, Monumental Work aud
Grindstone*.
Corner of Pearl and Federal St*..
jc23tf PORTLAND, 3IE.
TKY II AYD BE SATISFIED:
IF yon suffer from the Toothache you will be re
lieved by using the
ODONTALQIOO.
It is sixteen years since this remedy was introduced,
and it has constantly gained in public estimation.
For Sale by the Proprietor,
A. PARSONS, M.D., Druggist,
Corner of Middle and Cross Streets.
W. F. Phillips, L. C. Ciilson, and Apothecaries gene
rally. jul2dtf
Wanted to PuitIiilm*.
A MASTEK’S Interest in a Vessel. Best of Hof
erences given.
Address FOUTLAND POST OFFICE.
June 24. 19*8. *d4w BOX 672.
To Lumber Dealers, Builders, and others.
TIIE undersigned hereby give notice that they have
established a
LUMBER PLANING MILL,
Near the foot of I'liion Street, where they hope to be
able to give all the accommodation and dispatch
which the nature of the business will admit.
Turning, Sweep and Circular Sawing, Ac.,
attcuded to as heretofore.
OFFICE « UNION STREET.
WINSLOW & DOTEN.
Portland June 23,1962. 3tu4wl
ULY 10, 1802.
DRUGS & MEDICINES.
H. H. H^A. Y,
JUNCTION OF FREE A MIDDLE 8T8.,
- DEALER IN
Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs,
GENUINE MEDICINES.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN PERFCUERY,
AND FANCY GOODS,
APOTHECARIES’ GLASS WARE. FOREIGN
LEECHES. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, BRACES,
ELASTIC STOCKINGS, Ac.,
-A LftO
VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS,
.A-nd Dye*Sttiffi},
KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIL.
And all other articles usually kept in a Drug and
Faint Establishment.
nr- State Agent for DAVIS A KIDD’S MAG
*NETO-ELKCTKIC MACHINES. je23-l unlaw
1STew Drug Store !
CROSMAX A POOR,
HAVE taken store, Xo. 75 Middle Street,
(Fox Block.) and respectfully invite public at
tention to their large ami well selected stock of
Drugs. Chemicals, Fancy Goods, &c.,
And solicit a share of public |*afronage, trusting
that by tarnishing the purest chemicals and beat atoefi
of drug* the market anonls, and a careful attention
in the aisiiensary department, to merit the coutideucc
of the public.
CHAM. V. CUOMMAN. je24tf TBOS, H. POOR.
-ruKPAUKD ST
L. IT. TTTCOMB,
APOTHECARY,
373 Congress Street, - - Portland, Me.
CURES.Dyspepsia.
CORRECTS.Indigestion and Flatulency.
PREVENTS Liver Complaints A Billon- Fevers,
RELIEVES Constipation and Headache,
S'l KENGTHEN'S the Nervous System.
July 1, 18(3. lm
FOR THE PREVENTION AND CURE OP
Consumption, Asthma. Chronic Bronchitis. Nervous
Prostration, General Debility, Dyspepsia, Scrofu
la. Marasmus, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Female Complaints, and all Disorder* of
the Nervous and Blood Systems.
This remedy has obtained a great reputation for
most Extraordinary Cures in all Staoesof
Consumption. It is recommended by many thous
and Physicians in the United States and Europe—
having'been used with results unjtara] Idled iu tbcau
nal* of medicine.
The Jly/tojdu-sjthites have a two-fold and specific
action; on the one hand increasing the principle
which Constitute* Nervous F.neroy, ana on the
other, being the Most POWERFUL Blood Genekat- :
in<. Anknts Known. In cases of Nenrnns Debility
or Postratiou of the Vital powers, from any cause,
the Remedy has no superior.
“WINCHESTERS GENUINE PREPARATION.”
Is tha only reliable funn of IlYroPHoarHiTE*. made
after the Original Formula of I»r < hurehill. Cfif’lN
yl lltK FOR AND l’»E NO OTHER!
A FAIR TRIAL IS A CERTAIN CURE !
CP^'PRIcES—In seven ounce bottles. 31—Six
Bottles for 95. In sixteen ouuce Bottles, #2—Three
for 35. Circulars gratis. Sold bv all rmpectable
Druggists, and at the Sole General Depot iu the Uni
ted States, by
J. WINCHESTER, Rlon IkUR, N Y.
A NPEUIFIC REMEDY FOR
Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal Weakness, and General :
Irritability in either Sex.
This malady, the terrible'consequence* of which are
too well known to require more than a hare allusion
to them, is one of the most insidious, aud 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
imbecility and a premature grave! From one to three
boxes of t he S|*ecitic Pill are sufficient to effect a |»er
manent cure iu tin* most aggravated rases, whether
constitutional, or arising from Abuse or Excesses.
MEDIC A L TEST I Mi >N Y.
“ We believe it to bo, in the treatment of Sprrma
torrha a as near a Specific as anv medicine can be.”
— B. Keith, M. D.—American Journal of Medical
Science.
“ I have found them alt that could be desired. Their
effect has been truly wonderful. I used them in a
case of Spermatorrhoea of long standing which has
been under treatment for years. I think three boxes
will complete the cure.”—E. P. Dicker, M. D.
tn his is not a Homeopathic reinedv, nor is there
any mercury or other deleterious ingredient combin
ed with it.
Prick—31 per box. Six boxes for 35, by Mail pre
paid. For sale to all respectable Druggists, and at
the Sole General Depot in the United States, by
.1 WINCHESTER. 96 John St., N. Y,
Sold at wholesale by W. F. PHILLIPS,
junc23d&w4w Portland, Me.
_
PENSIONS, BOUNTY MONEY,
Burk Pay, &rM
FOR service in the present war. obtained for Soldiers
nnd Sailors, their Widow sand Heirs, from the Uni
ted States Government, ou application iu perm>u or
by letter to
BRADFORD & HARMON,
No. 88 Exchange St., Portland, Maine.
Having devoted our attention exclusively to the Pen
sion business for the last twenty years, and having a
reliable Agency in Washington, we are enabled to
prosecute all claims against the Government with
promptness and despatch, and on very reasonable
terms, making no charge until the claim is obtained.
Freeman iiuadfoki>,
Z h HARMON.
Portland, June 20th. • d&wtf.
Dr. John O. Mott,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
8C Court St.. Corner of Howard, Boston, is
consulted daily from 10 until 2. ai d from *3 to 8 in the
evening, on ail diseases of the Crinary and Ccuital
Organs, Scrofulous Affections, Humois of all kiuds.
Sores, Ulcers and Eruptions, Female Complaints.&c.
An experience of oter twenty years* extensive prac
tice oua he* Hr. M to cure all of the most difficult
cases. Medicines entirely vegetable. Advice Free.
June 23, 1862 sn3aw8m
HOTELS. |
Summer Retreat,
SOUTH SIDE OF PEAK S ISLAND,
HENRY M. BRACKETT, - - Proprietor.
OPEN for Ornteel Boarder*—three miles
from Portland—within thirty rods of the
Ocean—with good npportunities for ft*hinjr,
•ea-bathin* and water excuraion*. A Steam
,_er runs from Portland dail v. Experienced
matmen in attendanc. je25*8w
PREBLE HOUSE, - - PORTLAND, mF.
Situated on Caugrrss, corner of
Preble Street*.
THIS is the larjreat Hotel in the State, pos
*os*inr all the modern improvement*, and ,
J_i first class in every appointment.
TERMS MODERATE. FOR BOARD BY WEEK
OR DAY.
CHAR. II. ADAMS, Proprietor.
je23—3m
S AO A DA HOC' K. IIOISE,
Alfred Carr, * * Proprietor, j
BATH, MAINE.
THE City of Bath is one of the healthiest
localities on the coast of Maine—delightful* I
!v situated on the Keunebec, twelve mile* i
v___from the sea. and affords one of the mo*t '
im iting retreats from the dust and turmoil of our
large cities.
The Sagadahouk is one of the finest, most spa
cious, and best appointed Hotels in the State, located
within three minutes walk of the Depot, Steamboat !
Landing. Tost office. Custom House. fcc., being di
rectly in the business centre of the City.
Terms Moderate by the Week or Day.
Bath. June 23. 18ti2. dtf
CENTRAL HOUSE,
G. Mayo, .... Proprietor.
PASSADUMKEAO, MAINE.
Ll HimTHE subscriber would very respectfully an
R uotinre to his numerous friends, ami the
public generally, that during the tem|torary
1J conii>ulsor\ st»-|H-iision ->| hi- business he
has furnished this well-known house anew, and is
now better tbau ever prepared to wait upon his cu»- •
tomers, and hopes by strict attention to their wauts 1
to merit a continuance of the patronage which be has i
hitherto received. E. C. MAYO.
Tassadumkeng. June 23. 1882. d&wtf
BATH HOTEL,
By C. M. PL. U M M K It.
386, Washington St., Bath.
•.•Terms fl per day. Stable connected
with house.
Bath, June 23.1*62. * dtf
DIRIGO EATING HOUSeT”
No. 7 MILK STREET. - - * PORTLAND, ME.
JOHN ROBINSON, Proprietor.
Every Delicacy of'thc Season
Served up at all hour*.
TURTLE SOI I1. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY.
BROOK TROUT aad nil kind. GAME
Served to order.
FIXE AITLE LEMONADE.
STRAWBERRY LEMONADE.
Frogt Served to Order.
Meals to Regular Boarders at Reduced Rates.
Open every Sunday from 8 to 1. and from 2 to 6
o’clock. ' jc23edtf
A. W. BANFIELD.
(Successor to 1'. J. Forestall and Mill* It Forristall,
IMPORTER AMD DEALER 1M
ENGLISH. ^BENCH AND GERMAN.
FANCY GOODS,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
STATIONERY, TOYS. Ac..
28 and 30 Federal and 106 CongreSi St reeft,
ADDIftOM W. DA M FIELD. BoMton.
F. J. Forristall can be found at the above place.
June 23. wly
STATE OF MAINE.
Executive Depart*ext.
Augusta, July 7,1882.
It is known that large numbers of soldiers an* ab
sent from their regiments, some ou furlough and some
ou sick leave, who are now able to return to the regi
ment*. where they are needed for the service of thgir
country'. Then* are other iu valid or wounded soldiers
who are able to travel, although their disability may
not have been wholly removed, and who are 1**44 uired
under the General Order* of the War 1 department.
No. til, to repair immediately to Annapolis. Maryland
All the former cla*« not repairing forthwith to their
regiments, and those of the latter class who do not
Immediately proceed to Annnpelhbwfll bo reported a>
deserter*, anu liable to be treated a* such, unless they
immediately, upon the receipt of this Order, report
themselves at Augusta in person.
All officer* of the Militia, all magistrate* mud all
govid people of the .state, an* most mpsctlUlv and
earnestly requested to give notice to John L. ilods
don, tin- Adjutant General of this State, of tin* pres
ence of such soldiers in their vicinity, giving their
uatnes, the company ami regiment to which they lie
long w heu known, with the places where they now
in-. Such soldiers will obtain parses for their trans
portation to Augusta, from Major Geuera! Win. W.
Virgin. Norway ; Col. E. K Harding, Ass’t ijr. M.
General, Portland: Major General Win ll.Tttcomh.
Rockland: Major General James II. ltutler, Bangor;
Li* lit. G. W. Sabine. Kastport; ami Maj. F. D. Sew
all. Bath. All of which gentlcnicu an* authorised to
give pa- for the above purp**s*-. which condnctOW
*»f railroads and manager* of other public convey
ances will regard as sufficient.
ISRAEL WASHBURN. Jr..
jy9d3t Governor of Maiue.
K\ l li AC’T from an Act of Congress, ap
proved July 29. lSdl. entitled, “An act to provide for
the suppression of r* U-llion against, and rcsktoDce to
the laws of the United states, ami to amend the act
entitled, ‘an act to provide for calling forth the mili
tia,’ Ac., paused Feb. 28. 1798”:
"Section- 3. And be it further enacted. That the
militia so called into the service of the Uuited States,
shall In- subject to the same rule* and articles of war
as the troops of the Uuited States, and lx- continued
in the service of tlie Uuited States until discharged
by proclamation of tlx- President: /‘rttrided. That
such coutiuuance in service shall not extend beyond
sixty days after the commencement of the next *****
skm of i’ongress, unless Congress shall expressly
provide liv law then* for: And prorided further. That
the militia so called iutci the service of United
States shall, during their time of serv ice. In* entitled
to the same pay, ration*, ami allowances for clothing,
us an- or may In* established by lav* tor the armv of
the Uuited states.” jv9*13t
CO.VUKESN STREET SENI.VVRY,
FOK YOUNG LADIES AND MISSES.
Miss E. L. Whittier, • - Principal.
riMlE AUTUMN SESSION will commence Sept.
1 8th, and Continue 15 weeks.
Prior t«» July 21st. full information can be obtained
of the Principal. 349 Congress Street. Hours from
8 to 1 o’clock, except Saturdays. After that time ap
plication may lx* inatl** at 40 State Street.
- Portland, June 23. 1802. 2awl0w
At a Court or Probate held at Portland, within
ami for the County oft uinberland. on the first
Tuesday of July, in the year of our Lord eighteen
hundred ami sixtv -two,
C1IIARLES D. AKERS. Administrator of the es
l tat** of Benjamin Paul Akers, late of Portland,
in said Couutv, deceased, hav ing presented his ac
count of administration of said estate for probate:
It iras Ordered. That the said Administrator give
notice to all persons interested, by causing notice to
be published three weeks succ*-*sively, in the Main**
State l*ress, printed at l’ortlaud, that they niav ap
pear at a Probate Court to In* held at *a»d Portland,
on the first I m -tlav of September next, at ten of the
clock in tlw forenoon, ami shew cause if auy they
have, why the same should not lx* allow**d.
WILLIAM G. BARROWS, Judge.
A true copy.
•3 Attest: EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register
NO. 15.
RAILROADS.
KENNEBEC AND PORTLAND R. R.
SUMMER ARRAROIMR1T.
Qfmmrrd April 14tk, 1862.
CHBRHJ Passenger trains will leave daily, (Son*
aBSSSIHIdavs excepted) as follows:
AtigUftia lor Bath, Portland and Bouton, at 11.16 A.
M.. connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin
Railroad for Lewiston, Livermore Kalla, Wilton aud
Farmington.
Leave Portland for Bath and Augusta at l.OOP. M.,
connect lug at Brunswick with the Androscoggin
trains for stations on that road; aud at Aurusta with
the Somerset k Kennebec Railroad for WaterviJls,
Kendall's Mills and Skowhegan, and at Kendall's
Mill* with the Penobscot k Kennebec Road for Iltta
Held. Newport and Bangor; arriving same night.
Monday Morning aud Saturday Evening Trains.
On Monday train* leave Augusta at 6.30 A. M . and
Bath at A. M.. for Portland, connecting with the
8.45 A. M. train for Ia>wcI! and Boston.
Leave Portland ou Saturdays, at 8.16 P. M., on ar
rival of train from Boston, for Bath aud Augusta.
ST A OK COXXKCTIOXS.
Stages leave Bath daily (Sunday* excepted) at 8.00
P M on arrival of train from Portland and Boston,
for WiscasMet. Damariseotta, Wakioboro’, Rockland
and Thomaston.
stage* leave Angusta daily (Sundays excepted), for
Belfast, ou arrival of train from Portland and Bos
ton.
Tickets sold in Boston for all the stations on the
Kennebec k Portland, Androscoggin, and Somerset
k Kennebec Roads.
Freight trains run daily between Augusta and Port*
land. B li CtSlIMAN,
Manager and Superintendent.
Augusta, April, 1802. june&Jdtf
AXDRONCOGGIX RAILROAD.
SCXXER ARRANOEim.
L if rTKTiwB I °n *nd after MosnAT. Mav 5, IMS,
!3C3H,r|UM will leave 4’ortlaud for Lewiston
and f anmngton via Brunswick. at 1 P. M.
Leave Farmington for Lewiston, Bath and Port
land, via Brunswick, at 9.15 A. M.
Leave Lewiston for Bath and Portland via Bruns
wick at 11.46 A. M.
Freight trains daily between Portland and Lewis
ton.
stage cos sections.
Stage leaves Strickland’s Ferry Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturday*. for Livermore, Canton, Peru
and Dixtield; returning opposite davs.
Stage leaves North Jay for Fast Dix Held. Dix field,
and Weld, on Tue«day*, Thursdays and Saturdays;
returning opposhe days.
Stage leaves Farmington .or New Vineyard. New
Portland and kingtield. on Wednesdays and Satur
da\ s, returning on Mondays and Friday s.
Stages leave Farmington dally, for ’Strong. Avon
and Phillip*.
Passengers for this route will take the cars at the
Portland. Saco ft Portsmouth, or Kennebec ft Port
land Depot*, in Portland. S. W. EATON, Sup’t.
Farmington May 5. 1M2. juiu*23dtf
International Steamihip Company.
EASTPORT, CALAIS AND ST. JOHN.
TWO TRII’S l'ER WEEK.
“V dii and after April 28, the Steam
a ■ er* NEW BRUNSWICK” and
M i FOREST CITY’’ will, until fur
Zi33KS3»il>'-r notice, leave P. 8. ft P. R. K.
wl ari. loot of state Street, as follows:
steamer "New Brunswick,” (apt. E. B. Wises ea
ter. will leave for Eastport and 8t. Jobs every
MONDAY, at 5 o'clock. P M.
Returning will leate St. Johs every THURSDAY
M« *RNIN(», at 8 o'clock, for Eastport, Portland
and ROBTOB.
steamer "Forest City,” Capt. E. Field, will leave
for F.aptport and St. Jobe every THURSDAY' at
5 o'clock P. M
Through tickets are sold by this line connecting at
Eastport with stage coaches for Machias. and
with Steamer l^u*“en for Kobbinston, CALAIS, ST.
Stephens, and St. Axdrfw*. and at the latter place
over Railway for Iastkrbcby ; from thence per
sta.ro coaches fbr Woodbtocr and HOULTOX, which
i« the cheapest and moet expeditious way of reaching
tie* Aroostook County.
We also ticket through per Steamers anti Railways
for Wixi'SoK. Halifax. Dig by. Frbderictox,
8VBBS| MoRCTOB, IlDUC, Prime Edward
1st aed. Pictou, North Shore or New Bkcxb
wicb, Mirixichi. aud Bay us Chaleur.
C. C. EATON.
June 23. dawtf
rnmm THROUGH TICKETS
To Chicago, Cincinnati. Cleveland, Detroit,
Toledo. St. Paul, La Ck<»**k. St. Louib,
New Orleans, or soy part of the
WEST, SOUTH OR NORTH WEST,
ET THE
fcRIE RAILWAY.
Via Buffalo, Dcnkirk, and Niagara Falls.
This road is broad guaoe and to provided with
New and Splendid Sleeping Car*.
tTTicket* told in Portland at lowest Boston rates
by
W. D. LITTLE, Agent,
OJflcf 31 Exchange Street.
rF* You can save money by securing tickets at this
ofliCC.
June 23. dawtf
~ STEAMBOATS.
Portland and Yew York Steamers.
m mm. The splendid srd fast Steamship
“CHESAPEAKE," Captain Sidney
Crowell, will until further notice run
!s£*s9hkHE|a* follows:
I^*ave Browns Wliarf, Portland, every WEDNES
DAY. at 4 P. M . am! leave lier 9 North River, New
York, every SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock. P M
This vessel is fitted up with fine accommodations for
passenger*. making this the most speedy, sate and
i comfortable route for traveller* between New York
j and Maine. Passage 96.00. including Fare and State
Rooms.
Goods forwarded by this line to and from Montreal,
! Quebec, Bangor, Bath, Augusta. Eastport and St.
' John.
Shipper* are requested to send their freight to the
steamer before 3 P. M., on the day that she leaves
Portland.
For freight or passage applv to
EMERY k FOX, Brown's Wharf. Portland
11. B. CROMWELL k CO., No. 86 West Street,
New York.
June 23, 1862. dtf
M O N1' R K A L
OCEAN STEAMSHIP CO’S
Weekly Mail Line.
ON E of the following flr*t-cla»s. power
ful Steamer*: III HERMAN. NORTH
AMERICAN. NORWEGIAN, JURA.
BOHEMIAN. ANGLO SAXON. NO
VA St ol l AN—will sail from Quebec every Satur
dav morning, for Liverpool, via Londonderry.
IWuxrr* leave Portland per Grand Trunk Train#
! with United Slat*-** ntai!«. every Friday, at 1 15 P M.,
connecting w ith Steamer at Quebec every Saturday
morning
Passage to Liverpool. Londonderry or Glasgow:
Third Clam, 980. First C lam, 967 to 9©—according
, to accommodation,—which iucludes tickets on Grand
Trunk Railway.
Prepaid and return ticket* issued at reduced rate*.
Excursion tickets to the World's Fair, out and
l>a* k. 9150.
Apply to Edmonstone, Allan k Co.. Montreal, or to
J. I* FARMER.
No. 10 EXCHANGE ST., PORTLAND.
June 23. 18©. dtf
Proprietor of the
LIVERPOOL PACKETS,
Sailing from Liverpool for Boston twice a month.
| Steriage Passage, 920 Also. Agent for New York
j and Liverpool Steamship*, sailing from New York
every Saturday, and from LIverjHiol every Wednes
day, and railing at Queenstown, Ireland, labia
Pa-sage. 975 3d Class. 930.
Sight Bills of Exchange, for il Sterling and up
waid. pa\able at any Bank in Great Britain or Ire
land constantly for sale.
For Passage Certificates. Steamer Ticket*, Draft*,
or for farther information. Addres*.
GEO. WARREN, 99 State Street, Boston, Ma**.
SPIRITS Tl RPENTIJtE.
! TfcTATKONA SFIKITS TUWEKTlJiK.—We iariU
a trial of the Natrona Turpentine fiom all paint
ers. lor either House or Ship work, inside or out. It
in r'rer from smelt, with flat ei.ua! to spirit*, evapo
rate* no taster, ai.d for Blind Work cauuot be exeell
It works nyi'AL to the common spirit* ou all
kird* of painting, or in Oil Cloth mam tact uriug.
Af* evidence of the excellence of the artk'e. the un
dersigned can re ter to uuntbor* of the first paintera
of Boston and vicinity, if desired.
CHARLES TOl’PAN.
Agent for New England. 10 Fulton St., Boston.
For sale by Banker k Carpenter, Merrill & Brother.
S J l'erkius k Co., Portland, and Char F. Potter
Augusta June3»wlm

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