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VOL. 1. PORTLAND, ME., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1802. N0. 20. PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN, | JOSEPH B. HAT.T., ) b published tt No. 82] EXCHANGE STREET, in FOX BLOCK, by FOSTER, OILMAN and HALL, Under the firm name of N. A. FOSTER Sr CO. Terms: The Portland Daily Press Is published every morning, (Sundays excepted), at £5,00 per year in ad- | vance. Hates of Advertising: Transient Advertisements, £1.00 per square, | for three insertions or less; exceeding three, Rnd not i more than one week. £1.26 per square; 76 cents per week after. One square every other day one week, ' £1.00; 60 cents per week after. Exhibitions, kc., under head of Amusements, £2.00 per square per week. Special Notices, £1.50 per square for first week, £1.00 per week after. Business Notices, in reading columns, 12 cents per line for one insertion No charge ioas than fifty cents. Legal Notices at usnal rates. Advertisements inserted in the Maine State Press (which has a large circulation in every part of the State) for 38 ceuts per square in addition to the above rates for each insertion. Transient advertisements must be paid for in ad vance. All communications intended for (he paper shoo'd be directed to the “Editor* rtf the Prr**,'' and those of a business chaiactcr to the Publisher*. £Jf*The Portland Daily and Maine State Press Office, in Fox Block, No. 82‘ Exchange Street, is open at all hour* during the day and eve ning, Z om 7 o’clock in ibe morning to 9 in the evening. sr Jon Printing of evejy description executed wdlli dispatch; and *•! businett* pel raining to the of fice or paper promptly transacted on application as above. COMMUNICATIONS. For the Ptm. Regcmide Northerner*. It is not s.rauge that Southern men, educat- ! ed in the doc.rinc of State rights, and wedded to the system of African slavery, should adhere I to their leade:-*. and uphold the cause of the South against the Union. It is a holy cause in tile opinion of the mass of that deluded peo ple—deceived, as they have been, by the in famous falsehoods of Southern deinagoues, j and the more infamous misrepresentations of Northern pro-slavery sympathizers. We may pardon a mistaken Southern secessionist for his self-deecpiion; but for an apostate North erner, who ba.* broken away (loin his earliest and best impulses, to besmear himself with the slime of slave-trading principles, and secession apologies, one can have only a mingled feeling of indignation and abhorrence. Such, certainly, must be the feeling in tire minds of Northern men when reading the pro ceedings of a recent political' meeting in the city of New York. It was called by ulira conservatlve politician*, who are opposed to all measures of emancipation, or confiscation of reiiel property,—and who would gladly end this war hv a compromise that would secure to the rebels new pledges of protection for their slave system, and replace the secession leaders 1 in their old positions in our national councils. ' It was presided over, and add reseed, by nun who have been defenders of municipal corru|i tion in New York, and apologists for the rebels ; in Congress; who value slavery higher than the constitution, and attempt to cajole tile Presi- j • dent by prefeuded supi>ort; and who, under the guise of love for the Union and the Cqp* sfitution, would gladly place both beneath the foot of the slave i>ower. At such a meeting, a conditional Union man of Kentucky could consistently talk of up holding the Union if slavery were protected; u corrupt New York politician could appropri ately advocate the forcible displacement of Congress by a military despotism; but it re mained for a recreant son of New England to | enter upon a studied villitlcaliou of ills native section, and, witli the venom of an apostate, \ and tlie brutal eagerness of a zealot, to malign tile social, political, and religious institutions lif his fathers. Born and educated in New England, for years, as an editor, the earnest advocate of an ti-slavery principles, and an uncompromising free soiler in Congress, the editor of the New York Express has turned his back npon all his better political history, and. witli indecent haste and ready trickery, is striving to oblit erate the record of lictter days and nobler sen timents, by treachery, servility and base Ucser- i tion. It is one or the misfortunes of New England, that, with all her record of noble men and no ble deeds, she has given birth to some who have left the path of the eagle for the trail of the vulture—exchanging the pure air of their mnuutaiu home for the corrupt atmosphere of southern plantations, and luirteriug the manly independence of freemen for the “thrift that follows fawning.” These men are found I Kith North and South,—with political parties, seek ing to distract the counsels and defeat the ef forts of a patriotic |>eople in this struggle for national existence,—with the press, excusing the southern traitors, and supporting the Union cause only from compulsion and through fear of popular indignation. In this c lass of ulcers on the body politic the Express stands promi nent. and this shameless harangue of its leading editor will cause the cheek of New Englanders to tingle with shame at the thought that so base a defamer of a loyal people can claim to have had his birth among the hills of the free North. Ion. [For the Freon.) A Rond of tuition. In the present war, unparalleled both in its nat ure and extent ainoug all the wars of histo ry, from tlie time of our first parents to the present hour, the importance of union in sen timent and aim, to the cause of the Free Stales, is sufficiently apparent. That the South, in their rebellion, have such a bond, is as dear as the cloudless noonday sun—its effects, though in the cause of wrong, are proportioned to the threefold cord of con venience, property and pride—all strengthened by the very essence of a system which edu cates the child, from Ids cradle, to the domin ion of unbridled will; and is utterly repug nant to ail governments, but a despotism which cultivates a despotism in the family, suliordi nate only to itself; but is especially repugnant to that of a republic. That Free and Slave States should permanently prosper under a government that declares all men are born free and equal, is both a solecism and contra diction in direct terms. Surely we must all now tie convinced that this is practically as well as theoretically true; and when we see that the Slave States, as a whole, would sacrifice the Union to slavery— if but one of the two can survive,—should not the Free States as a whole, with natural rights on their side, and the Declaration of Inde|ieii denoe in their hands, lie ready to sacrifice slavery to the Union, and adapt their meas ures, civil and military, to that end ? And while we read “Rule or ruin.” as the motto of slaveholders, should not “Submit or perish be our response?—dismissing all thought of conciliation where harmony In principle is impossible—proclaiming emancipation as far as wc advance, Indemnifying loyal masters at a reasonable price, when proved loyal, but nothing to all others. Thus inscribing Liberty on our banners, wresting the sword and the staff from the hands of the rebels, our war of desolation will soon come to an end, and, we think, not be fore. G. Tax on Bank Bills.—We give the follow ing debate, which arose in the Senate upon a motion to tax bank bills. Mr. Sherman oeffred an amendment that there shall t>e paid annually, by every person or corporation issuing notes or bills for circu lation as money, a duty of two per cent, on the largest amount outstanding during the great er part of the year preceding. He said that the right to issue paper money was as til a subject of taxation as any other property. Mr. Clark (X. 11.) said, in his state the hanks did pay a tax for the privilege of circu lation. Mr, Sherman said if they were taxed by the state they certainly were a lit subject for tax ation by the general government. This fran chise was wo. .a #1.( Ji.ouoio the banking in terest in the country. But the principal object of the amendment was to drive out of (Ireilla tion the local issuing of paper money, which everywhere lie regarded as a government right. There now l.:!!Kt hanks under the most di verse systems, amt the lttss by counterfeiting and had no.es of various kinds amounts nearly to the same as the interest, which is #1.000,000. Such a system of hanking was not wise, but only leads to confusion. The pajH*r money is sued by the United States w as hoarded up by the banks anti made the lia-is of the issue of a large amount of local money, so that the United States are obliged to take this local pai»er or else issue more of iLs own paper only to have the operation repeated. Mr. Coilamer (Vl.) thought the senator was mistaken in his financial policy. He dill not believe our condition so desperate as to upturn the whole financial system of the country, sanc tified by long usage. He knew that tlie pres ent convulsion in the country destroyed many of the hanks, hut the reason the hanks do not redeem is because they have taken as milch U. States stocks as they could carry, anil when the United States refused to redeem, then the banks stopped al-o; and now by this amend ment it proposed utterly to destroy the banks. Doe- any man suppose this government nev er will return to specie redemption? Is the Senate ready to adopt this pro|H>silion to drive all local paper money out of existence anil have Hit* government i~-ttt• all pa)ter money which they never propose to redeem. We have pass *d a law compelling the banks to re ceive l .S. .taper instead of golf I, and now prtt po-e bitak them up ’a-cause they do not redeem their notes in gold, when by our law we refuse to let diem have gold. Mr. Sherman (Ohio) replied, contending at some length for the superiority of the U. S. pa lter currency, and the propriety of the pa-sage of the proposed amendment. Mr. Fessenden thought this a very important matter, which he was not at present prepared I to consider as it deserved, anil he suggested the withdrawal of the amendment. THE BEST, MOST EXTENSIVE AND VARIED Assortment of Dry Goods, Ever brought Into the city, can alw av, be found at N. I. MITCHELL’S, - - 127 MIDDLE ST. Wc have in utorc the most extensive stock of Just purchased at the lowest cash prices, to be sold r.t a trifling an ranee. We have al*o a large lot of CLOTHS, CASSINI ERES. DOESKINS. MIXTURES, SATINETS, fcr., kr„ Either for Coat nr I’ants, aud iu this lino wc will sell at prices that can’t be beat. Ladies’ Sacks and Mantillas Constantly on hand, aud made to order. OUR STOCK OF PRINTSj BLEACHED OR BROWN COTTONS, Lil'lLTS, LINENS, DAMASKS, FLANNELS, - AKD - Every Variety of House-Keeping Goods, Is unsurpassed, and one can always liud any article in thin line, at about wholesale price#. We have a large &*#ortincut of PARASOLS, STO -1 VI BRF.LLA*. SKIRTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, BUTTONS, EMBROIDERIES, LINEN BOSOMS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, And an endless variety of of Small Articles pertain ing to our busiuea*, ail of which will be sold cheap for cash, at 1ST. I. 3S/£itch.eirs, 127 MIDDLE STREET,- - MUZZEY ROW. Je23c«*dd&wtf EDWARD 1*. BANKS, " 72 EXCHAXC.K STKEET, Near Cnstorn House and Pest Offire, Portland, Maine, DEALKU IN CHRONOMETERS, WATCHES, —AJCD— JEWELRY, SILVER SPOONS AND FORKS, CUPS, BI TTER KNIVES, THIMBLES, NAPKIN KINGS, SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES, PLATED TEA SETS, CASTORS, AND C AKE BASKETS, BUTTER KNIVES, A SPOONS. Shell and Horn Comb*, Fan*, Cane*, Accordeon* Wallet*. Card Cases, Table and Pocket Cutlery; Teeth, Hair, and Shaving Brushes; Farina Cologne, Lubin's Extract*; CLOCKS. Quadrants, .Spy Gla**e*, Barometer*, Surveyors* and Mariners’ Compares, tiunter’* Scales, Dividers, Parallel Rules, Protractors, Drawing Instrument*, I .and Chains, Thermometer*, Linen Proven, Opera Glaaae*. * Charts, Bowditcli’s Navigator. Blunt'* ( oast Pilot Nautical Almanacs, Sumner'* Method, Ship Master's Assistant, Sheet Anchor, Seaineu'* Friend or Manual, Ship Master’s Guide, Exintlitiou* 3(ca*urer, for Freight, Ac., Ac. Watch** and Jewelry Rryairrd. CHRONOMETERS, REPAIRED AND RATED. t"P*Time determined by transit, 3 Portland, June 23. 1882. d2tawA wtf Wanted, A SITUATION on a Farm for a smart, active boy, l\ 13 years old, who is used to the business. For further iufoiuiation inquire at Jul8—2wd 328 CONGRESS STREET. ^MISCELLANEOUS^ Crockery Ware, China, -AKI> GLASS WARE, AT LOW TitleES. PLATED WARE, Caslois, Spoons, Forks, Card and Cake Baskets, Tablo Cutlery, IVOKV, HoltV, KUOXV AND COCOA HANDLED KNIVES, KEROSENE OIL AND FLUID. M UNION STREET, , „ ^ _ S. B. WAITE. * je28—fiwood PLEASURE PARTIES. ~ I EXCURSIONISTS visiting the Islands, supplied J with stores at the shortest notice. Orders solicited. ISO Fore Si reel nrnr foot of Kxrhnnge* CALDERWOOD & BECKETT. Portland, June 23. dtf st a t eoFSTTx e 7 i Executive Department, Augusta, July 4,13G2. To the People of Maine: An additional number of troop* i* required by the exigency of the public service, and if raised immedi ately it is believed bv those who have the best means of knowledge, that the w ar will be brought to a speed v and glorious issue. Of this minifor the I’n rident of the United State* desires and expi-ctw that Maine should furnish her proportion or quota. Our gallant and patriotic state has done her whole duty in the paid, end she will not falter nor fail in the present nor in the future. That her mate>ial intcrest* mav be protected and advanced, that tranquility and peace mav be restored throughout the la .id, that the Constitution and the I'nion, which have i*een to us all the source of un measured blessings, may l>e preserved; that Lfliertv, of w hich they we.e the inspiration and are the selected guardians, may Ik; saved, and ttmt the light of one great example may shine brighter and brighter, to j guide, to cheer and to bless tlie nations. To aid in all these, I invoke of the people of this State a prompt and hearty response to this new demand upon their patriotism: and mav they all unite in the work that j is before them, each laboring iu his own sphere, do ing w hat he can bv his example, influence and sympa thy— preferring hi* treasure, hi* time, his strength, his heart, and his highest Iiojk? to the cause of his country! General Orders will be issued immediately, giving J authority for raising new Regiments of Infantry, and for calling into actual service a portion of the uuuui- [ formed Militia of the State. ISRAEL WASHBURN, Jr. By the Governor. Joseph B. Hall, Sec y of state. STATE or WAIVE. Adjutant Okmral’r Offhk. Auoubta, July &, lftfi. GENERAL orders, No. 16* In pursuance of requisition and authority from the President of the l ulled Staten, the Governor and Commauder-in-Chief orders and direct*, —That two additional Volunteer Regiment* of Infantry, for the service of the Government, In* raised , atnl organirod forthwith. The Seventeenth will ren dezvous at rortlund and the Eighteenth at Bangor.— j The exigency of the occasion is such that the utmost expedition and vigilance is required. 2d—>\ herea* the iiuiiuiformed Militia of this State, i constituted a* provided by chapter ten of the Revived j Statutes, and subsequent acts, is subject to active duty j “in ease of insurrection, war, invasion, or to prevent invasion, or to lx* mustered into the service of the i l nited States, upon a requisition made u|»on the Gov- i ernorand < umm&mler-?u-< hiefhv the President of tin* ( nited State*, by virtue of the Constitution and Act* of Congress,” and the exigency having arisen, when the Governor and Cntuniander-iu-Chief is an- i thorized ami required to eall the said ununiforined | Militia, or a |*ortion thereof, into aetual service; it is i ordered that the Major Gcueral ot each Division in I this State take measure* forthwith for the organi- 1 ration of all the Companies of Infantry from the en- i rolled, unuuiformed Militia of hi* command, bv the 1 i**ue of orders forthw ith to the Orderly Sergeants of j such companies to call out their companies w ithout delay, for the election* of officers, returns whereof are i to lie made to the Adjutant General forthwith. After the receipt of such return*, orders will lx* promulga te f«r the organi/atiou of two regiments of Militia in each division, to !>e formed and constituted from said companies by detachment or detail. It is ex pected that this duty of calling out companies and electing officers thereof, will be performed in the shortest possible time after the receipt of this or- j der. 3d—All the members of the unnnifonned Militia w ill be relieved from service under this order, upon enlisting in either of the regiments of Maine Volun- : leer* already in the Held or now being raised for the service ot the ("nited Mates, in w hich case eacli w ill receive a premium of two dollars, one month’s ad ' a nee pav. ami a bounty of twenty-live dollar* in ad vance. To those w ho join a regiment already in the field, the advance pav and bounty will be made each upon his muster individually into the service. If he joins a new regiment, he w ild receive his advance pav upon the muster of his company into the service, anil Inc advance bounty upon the mastering of his regi ment, making the total amount which lie will have received, upon the mu-ter-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-live dollars, which, in the event of his death, is payable to his family. Recruiting agents will receive’ authority in writing from the Adjutant General, and such other persons as may hereafter bo designated. By order of the Commandor-in-< hief. JOHN L. HODSDON, d&wtf Adjutant Geueral. STATE OF IflAIAE. HEAD QUARTERS, Adjutant Gkxkrai.'k Opmck, Augusta, July 7tb, 1HG2. GENERAL ORDER, No. 17. To the Major (it HtraJg qf the MUitia : Accompanying this you will receive General Order No. 16. with’ Proclamation* of lli* Excellency the Governor, and ri*crtiiting papers and instruction* to Ik* put into the hand* of the Orderly Sergeant or some other person of each of the companies organized un der v our direction, with a request that they will en list all such persons therefrom, or others, as mav Im* possible. For this service they w ill receive a suitable complication for each man enlisted bv them and mustered into the service of the United States. The necessities of the service admit of no delay, and it is most earnestly ho|M.-d that the several Major Gen erals will see that the requirements of this order are promptly executed, and the«trderly Sergeants or oth er parties designated as recruiting officers w ill omit no effort on their part to secure as many recruits as possible for the Volunteer Regiment*. As members of the Militia will be called into actual service under the laws of tin* United States ami of tliis State, as Militia, for a period which in all proba bility will Im- quite as long as that for which they would be held a- Volunteers, the adv aufages to be de rived by the soldier in volunteering, in the matter of premium, advance pay, bounty, and other Iwneflts. an- so gn at and obvious that it is believed there will Im- no hesitation in enlisting as Volunteers, rather than to serve as 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 moat etti i cient aid in this holy and patriotic work. To render ! success speedy ami certain, and to alleviate and abridge the calamities of war, the President of the l uited States has requested this call to Im- made. The ('ommander-iiM 'hief does not doubt that our true-hearted soldiery w ill make such response us will still further illustrate the patriotism and devotion of our gallant and faithful State. By Order of the < ommamier-iii-< hief. JOHN L. HoDsDON, Adjutant General. J)9 03t BUSINESS CARDS. TUCKER A WEBSTER, 109 Middle, corner of Temple Street, Fashionable Clothiers, AND DEALERS IN GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, Of the Most Desirable Pattern, Portland, June 23,1W2. tcixlm BREED & TI'KEY, — IMPORTERS op — Lastings, Serges, Elastic Oussettings, AM) FIKDIXGS. MANUFACTURERS of BOOTS & SHOES, ALSO, KID AND GOAT STOCK, 60 Union, four doors from Middle Street, c. h.brekk. PORTLAND, MK. .i.o.Tnuv. Je80—3mrl&w JOHN LYNCH ft CO., "Wholesale G-rocers, -and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GRANITE STORES.COMMERCIAL STREET, (Opposite head of Widgerjr’s Wharf,) Portia ad. Mr. JOHN LYNCH. PELEO BARKER, TIIOS. LYNCH j**23dtf WILLIAM CAPEN, SIGN PAINTER, llnlf w.f Dow. Willow Street, roiLTUxp, nr, June 23. il.tin T. R. BURNHAM, Photographic Artist, OO MIDDLE SRRKET, PORTLAND. THIS is the only Room when* either of the Burn ham* are Interested in the City, J. U. 1*. Burn ham having sold his Room mud gone to New York, 895 Broadway. R KM KM HER THE NUMBER. SIGN OF THE BIG FLAG. 90 MID D L E STREET, T. R. BURNHAM June 23. dim JOHN B. BROW N & SON.*, Sugar Refinery, YORK STREET, PORTLAND, ME. _ je23dtf ALBERT \Y EBB A CO., - DEALER* IN - Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OK MERRILL'S WHARF, C.uimrrcia! Sired. - - 1'artlund. Mr. jc23tf W M. II. H. HATCH, 141 Middle Sired. - - l'srllnnd. Me. Manufacturing Jeweler, AND S1LVDHSMITH. Also, Dealer in Notches, Jewelry and Silver Ware. Portland. June 23, 1*2. tf Ivl arble Work. J. R. THOMPSON, Is prepared to receive orders for Marble, Free Stone, Soap Stone, Marble Chimney l*iew. Monumental Work and Grindstones. Cnrner of Pearl nnd Federal Sin., Je23tf PORTLAND, ME. J. I.. WHISLOW, Ijpaf MAM'FACTORKR OF Steam Engines, Steam Boilers, AND EVERY EESCRIPTION OF StCHNERY, •Steam Cocks, Valves. PijHnaud Connections, Whole sale or Retail. STEAM ANI) GAS FITTING, Done in the best manner. Works 8 Union St., and 233 & 235 Fore St., jnudtr Portland, me. b: aivso irr SION AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, No. 31 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. Cy i trdcr* solicited. JeStV—^m L. J. ( BOSS 141 Middle Street, • - Portland, Mr. Watch-Maker, V. B.—All work being promptly and persnn ally attended to, is warranted to give thorough -:»ti» factiou. Jt’23tf V. 1>. ISKOXVN. Successor to Manning & Brown, Com iniMM ion Merchant, A Nil WHOLESALE PEA I. UK IN FLOUR, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS AND GRAIN, UNION ST., Portland. Portland, June 23. 18*52. dtf DOLE A MOODY, GENERAL Commission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE HEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN AND PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt Block Commercial Street, PORTLAND, Me. ANDREW T. DOLE. FRANKLIN C MOODY. June 23. eodtf FIRST CLASS Newin^Maohines. EMPIRE SHUTTLE. FOR FAMILIES -AND Manufacturers. SLOAT ELIPTIC. Every Machine fully Warranted. 8TORER A CUTLER, General Agents. fird (JO Mitlille Street, ___ julldtf_PORTLAND, MB Ftafc. t'argtv* of Sideinner* 1 iora and *aral, landing. and for sale l,v GEORGE TKEKETHEN fc CO. July 8tl>, IStS!. *dlw DRUGS & MEDICIN ES. H. H. H^Y, . _ .-Srac- . . — ■ JUNCTION OF FREE ft MIDDLE STB., -DEALER IX Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs, GENUINE MEDICINES. ENGLISH, FRENCH A» A11R1CAN PERFL1ERY, AND FANCY GOODS, APOTHECARIES' GLASS WARE, FOREIGN LEECHES, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, TRUSSES. SUPPORTERS, BRACES, ELASTIC STOCKINGS, Ac., -A LAO VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS, -A.nrl Dye-StufFs, KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIL, And all other articled usually kept iu a Drug and Taint Establishment. nr- St,te AKpnt for DAVIS t KIDD’S MAC XETO-EI.EITKIC MACHINES. Jc23-lmd«w 1STew Drug Store! CROS.HAX & POOR, H ATE taken store. Na. 75 Middle Street, (Fox Block.) and respectfully invite public at tention to their large and well elected stock of Drugs. Chemicals, Fancy Goods, &c., And solicit a share of public patronage, trusting tlmt bv Airnishing the purest chemicals and beat stock of drug* the market affords, and a careful attention in the disiMMtsary department, to merit the confidence of the public. • CHAR. r. C BOR It A X. J«24tf TBOfl. H. POOH. L. IT. TITCOMB, APOTHECARY, 373 Congress Street, - - Portland, Me. CURES.— Dynpepda, CORRECTS.Indigestion and Flatulency. PREV ENTS.... Liver Complaint* k Billons Fevers, RELIEVE.** . .Constipation and Headache, STRENGTHENS the Nervous System. July 1, 1802. lm FOR THE PREVENTION AND CLUE OF Consumption, Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis, Nervous Frostration, General Debility, D\*pen*ia, s*crofu ia. Marasmus, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia, Female < omplaiuts, ami all Disorder* of the Nervous and Blood Systems. This rerm*dy has obtained a great reputation for most Extraordinary Cure* in all Stalk*or Consumption. It is recommended by many thou*- j and l'losician* in the 1'nited State* and Europe— j having lieon used w ith results uuparallelled iu the au- 1 nal* of medicine. The /if/pnjthnsphitm have a two-fold and specific j action: on the one hand increasing the principle ! which Constitute* Nervous Energy, and on the i other, being the Most Powerful Blood Genera r ing Agents Known. In cane* of Nervous Debility . or l’<**trafiou of the Vital (lowers, from any cause*, the Remedy has no superior. " WINCHESTERS GEM INK PREPARATION." ; Is tho only reliable form of Hypophouphitm, made i alter flu* Original Formula of Dr. Churchill. C-iT*lN- ! QUIRE FOR AND til NO OTHER! A FAIR TRIAL IS A CERTAIN CURE ! tyTRICES—In seven ounce tiottle*. SI—Six Bottles for 86. In sixteen ounce Bottles. 82—Thus* for 86. C irculars gratis. Sold bv all respectable Druggists, and at the Sole General Depot iu the l ni- ) ted States, by J. WINCHESTER, 36 John Street, N\ Y. A KPICCIFK* KKMKDT FOB Spermatorrhoea. or Seminal Weakness, and General Irritability iu either Sex. This malady, the terrible consequences of which are ; too well known to require more tliau a bare allusiou to them, is one of the most insidious, ami therefore j dangerous, of all the long catalogue of humnu ills, j It saps the very springs of Life, rapidly undermine* j the constitution, and sink* the unhappy victim into | imbecility and a premature grave! From one to three ) boxes of the Specific Pill are sufficient to effect a per- | manent cure in the most aggravated ctutes, whether I constitutional, or arising from Abuse or Excesses. MEDICAL TESTIMONY. “ We believe it to lie, in the treatment of Sjurma torrhtra as near a Specific* as any medicine ran be.” j —K. Keith, M. D.—America* Journal of Medical Science. " I have found them all that could ldesired. Their j effect ha# bet u truly tconder/ul. I used them in a ; case of Spermatorrh ra of long standing which has i i been nuder tn*atinent for years. I think three boxes ; will complete the cure.”— E. I*. Dickek, M. D. kgr*Th»s is not a Homeopathic remedy, tior is there any mercury or other deleterious ingri client combin ed vv it h it. I’hu k-91 per box. Six boxc*s for 95, by Mail pre paid. For sale bv all res|H*ctable Druggists, and at I the Sole General Depot in the United States, by .1. WJNt llESTER, .% John St., N. Y, Sold at wholesale by W. F. 1*111 LI.IPS, jutie23dlt w4w Portland, Mk. At a Court of Probate hehl at Portland, within and for the County of Ciiml>erland, on the first ! Tuesday of July, iu the year of our Lord cighteeu hundred and sixty-two, fHIAKLES D. AKERS, Administrator of the es- i V ta»e of Heujamln Paul Akers, late of Portland, iu said County, deceased, having presented his ac count of administration of said estate for probate: It tnt# (Ordered, That the said Administrator give ; notice to all person* interested, by causing uotice to | he published three week* succuonvely, in the Maine state Press, printed at Portland, that they may B|> |>ear at a Probate Court to he held at said Portland, on the first Tuesday of September next, at ten of the ! i clock iu the forenoon, and shew cause if any the) , have, why the same should not In* allowed. WILLIAM G. HARROW’S, Judge. Atrueeopv. I *3 Attest: EUGENE HUMPHREY, Register. | C'OXttKESS STREET SEMINARY, FOR YOUNG LADIES AND MISSES. Misa E. L. Whittier, • - Principal. i fllHE AUTUMN SESSION will commence Sept. A 8th. and Continue 15 week*. Prior to July 21st. Hill information can bo obtained of the Principal, 341) Congress Street. Hours from 8 to 1 o'clock, except Saturdays. After that time ap plicatiou may Ik* made ut 40 State street. Portland, June 23, 1862. 2awl0w HOTELS._ CENTRAL HOUSE, E. G. Mayo, * * ’ • Proprietor. PA8SADUMKEAO, MAINE. UjTHK subscriber would very respectfully an. inounce to hi« numerous friends, and the public generally, that during the temporarv _icompulsory *us|**nsion of hi* business he furnished this well-known house anew, and i* now better than ever prewared to wait upon hi* cus tomers. and hones by strict attention to their wants to merit a continuance of the patronage which he has hitherto received. K. <>. MAYO, l'assadumkcag, June 23. 1862. d&wtf BATH HOTEL, By C. M. PLUMMER. 386, Washington St.. Bath. •#•Terms SI per day. Stable connected with house. Rath, June 23.1862. dtf Summer Retreat, SOUTH SIDE OF PEAK’S ISLAND, HENRY M. BRACKETT, - - Proprietor. OPEN for Oenteel Hoarder*—three mile* (from Portland—within thirty rod* of the i < *cean—with good opportunities for tishing, sea-bathing and water excursions. A Steam* l_i **r run* from Portland dailv. Experienced boatmen in atteudanc. je26*8w PREBLE HOUSE, - - PORTLAND, ME. SltaatH on CaagrfM, corner of Preblr Street*. THIS i* the largest Hotel in the State, pos sessing all the modern improvements, and first cia** in every appointment. TERMS MODERATE, FOR BOARD BY' WEEK OR DAY. CIV AS* VI. ADAMS, Proprietor* jc23- 3m SAU.lu.lltutIM HOI SE, Alfred Carr, • * Proprietor, BATH, MAINE. THE City of Hath is one of the healthiest localities on the coast of Maine—delightful ly situated on the Kennebec, twelve mil,-* ,_from the sea, and affords one of the most inviting retreats from the dust and turmoil of our large cities. 1 he SAGAtiAHArK is one of the finest, most spa cious. and lost appointed Hotels in tlie State, located j within three minutes walk of the Depot, Steamboat Landing, Post office, lust.mi House, Ac., being di- 1 recti.v in the business centre of tlie < ity. Terms Masternle by Ibr Week ar Day. Hath, June 33, IsfiS. dtf DIRIGO EATING HOUSE, No. 7 MILK STREET, . . . PORTLAND, ME. JOHN ROBINSON, Proprietor. Every Deliracy of the Season Served np at all hunrs. TURTLE SOUP, TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. BROOK TROUT and all Made af GAME Served to order. ri.NF. APPLE LEMONADE, STRAWBERRY LEMONADE. ~W~ Frog* Served to Order. V Meals to Keiii'lak Boabpikr at Reduced Rates. Open every Sunday from 8 to 1, and from 1 to 6 o'clock. >33cdlf Enctmvi Department. Augusta, July *, 1862. It is known that large numbers of soldiers are ab sent from their regiments, some on furlough and *on»e on sick leave, who are now aide to ret am to the regi ments. where they are needed for the service of their country. There are other invalid or wounded soldiers who are able to travel, although their disability mar liot have been w holly removed, and w ho are required under the <>eneial Orders of the War Department, No. 61, to repair immediately to Annapolis. Maryland. All tin* former class not repairing forthwith to their regimeut*, and those of the latter class who do not immediately proceed to Anna|M»!is.wil! be reported as deserters, and liable to be treated a* such. nnlessther immediately, upon the receipt of this Order, report tbemaclvca at Augusta in person. All officers of trie Militia, all magistrates and all good people of the Mate, are most respectfully and earnestly requested to give notice to John L. Il«*d» don. the Adjutant General of this State, of the prvs ence of such soldiers iu their vicinity, giviug their names, the company and regiment to which thev be long when known, with the places where they now an-. Such soldiers will obtain passes for their*trans portation to An gust a. from Major ( General Wm. W. Virgin, Norway: Col. E. K. llarding. Asst lyr. M. (•eueral, Cortland; Major (.eueral Win. II. Tiftotnb, Kocklaud; Major <.eueral James II. Hutler. Ilaugor; Lieut, (i. W. Sabine. Fastport; and Maj. F. 1> Sew all. Hath. All of which gentlemen are authorised to give passe* for the above purpose*, which conductors of railroads and manager* of other public convey ances will regard as sufficient.* 1SKAF1. WASHBURN, J«-. iyHR Governor of Maine. KXTUA( T from an Act of Cougre-*. a|* proved July 2*. UQ, entitled, “An art to provide tor the suppression of reU-llion against, and reaiatonce to the law* of the United States, ami to amend the act entitled, ‘an act to provide for calling forth the mili tia.* Ac., passed Feb. 2S, 17!W”: “SKctioh 3. And hr it further enartrd, That the militia so called into tin* service of the United state*, shall be subject to the *atne rules and articles of war as the troops of the United State*, and be continued in the aervice of the United Mates until discharged by proclamation of the I'resi.lent: J'rorided, That such continuance in service shall not extend beyond sixty days after the commencement of the next ses sion of ('ougreM. unless < ongrea* shall expressly provide by law tln-refor; Andproridetifurther. That the militia socalh-d into the service of the United States shall, during their time of service, la- eutitled to the same pay, rations, and allowances for clothing, as are or may Ik* established by law for the army ot the United states.” jv*M3t A. W. BANFIELD, (Successor to P. J. Forristall and Mills & Forristall, IMPORTER AM» DEALER IX ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN. FANCY GOODS, Pocket and Table Cutlery, YANKEE NOTIONS, 0L0CK8, WATCHES AND JEWELRY, STATIONERY, TOTS, kc., 2S and 30 Federal and 106 Congress Streets, ADDISON W. BA XFIK1.D. Boston. P. J. Forristall can bo found at the above place J line 23. w ly police of ForerlOMtm*. VOTb E is hereby given, that the subscriber, .Sain uel S. Webster, of Portland. In the County ot Cumberland ami State of Maine, claims by mortgage a certain tract of laud situate! in Falmouth, iu said C ounty, hounded, beginning at tin* most southwest erly corner of laud now or formerly of Royal l,eigh ton, the* < e nuteriy and northerly m iheataetokod of Jnhu W. Freeman, thence easterly by the same to land of Jeremiah Hall, thence southerly and wester ly by the same to land owned by Jeremiah Hobbs thence northerly and westerly by the same and land of Philip (laiiimoii to the county road, thence north erly by said road to the tir>i bounds; containing sev enteen acres more or less, subject to the right of Jer emiah Hobbs or his assigns to pa*.- and repass through said premises. Said real estate having tieen conveyed in mortgage to Samuel S. Webster ami Micah Samp son bv Dependence II. Furbish, by his dess! of Au gust 22, 18o6. recorded in the Registry of 1>c4hI* tor Cumberland Comity* in book 2*i3. page 3*7; w hich mortgage was duly assigned bv said Micah Sampsou to Samuel S. Webster, June 9b, 18«2. as will appeal by the assignment thereof record«*d in said Registry, to all ot w hich records reference is to la* had for a more particular description. The condition of said deed of mortgage is broken, and the subscriber, as signet* of sain mortgage, by reason thereof do claim a foreclosure of said mortgage, and do hereby notify all parties interested of my claim to foreclose sain mortgage, on account of the breach of tlu- couditious thereof Dated at Portlaud this first iluv of July, A. D. I8ti2 jul2-«3w* SAM I. S WEBSTER RAILROADS. KENNEBEC AND PORTLAND R. R. *c**ra ark .no ia cut. Commenced April 14/*, 1862^ 9H|BBQ Passenger trains will leave daily, (Sun* IKSB<!iyf< excepted) as follows: Augusta lor Bath, Portland and Boston, at 11.15 A. M.. connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin Railroad for Lewiston, Livermore Falls, Wilton aud Farmington. Leave Portland for Rath and Augusta at 1.00P. M., connecting at Brunswick with the Androscoggin trains for stations on that roi4; and at Augusta with the Bomenet k Kennebec Railroad for WatervUla, Kendall’s Mills and Kkowhegan. and it Ivendajpt Mills with the Penobscot k Kennebec Road for litti* li**ld, Newport and Bangor; arriving same night. Monday Morning and Saturday Evening Trains. On Monday fain* leave Augusta at 5.30 A. M., and Bath at «.30 A. M., for Portland, connecting with the 8.45 A. M. train for Lowell and Boston. Leave Portland on Saturdays, at 8.15 P M.. on ar rival of train from Boston, for Bath and Augusta. PTAUK CONNECTIONS. 8U*w leave Bath daily (Sundays Mens'll •» *.00 1 0,1 *rri'*l »f train from Portland and Boston, for Wwcasset, Damariscotta. Walduboro', HfftMwwd and Tbomaston. Staee. leave Auyust. dally (Sunday, ex rented), fttr Belfast, on arrival of train from Portland aud Bos* ton. Tickets sold in Boston for all the stations on the Kennebec k Portland, Androscoggin, and Somerset & Kennebec Roads. Freight trains run dally between Augusta and Port land. B. H. CT8HMAK, Manager and Superintendent. Augusta, April, 18K3. juuc23dtf AtfDROBCOGCUlf RAILROAD. erxMcn arranoemixt. QfiQHBRS On and after Moxday, Mav 6. 18fl2, ' aina will leave Portland for Lewiston auo ranuiugton via Brunswick, at 1 P. M. Leave Farmington for Lewiston, Bath and Port land, via Brunswick, at 9.16 A M. Leave I.<• witton for Bath and Portland via Bruns wick at 11.46 A M. Freight trains daily between Portland and Lewis ton. STAGE COlOtECTIOXP. Stage leaves Strickland's Ferry Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturday*, for Livermore. Canton, Peru and Dixfleld : returning opposite dav*. Stage leaves North Jay for Fast Dixfleld, Dixfleld. and Weld, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; returning opposite days. m Stage leaves Farmington .or New Vineyard, New Portland and Klngfleld, on Wednesdays and Satar days, returning on Mondars and Fridays. Stage* leave Farmington dailv, fbr Strong, Avon and I*hillip*. Passengers for this route will take the cars at the Portland, Saeo k Portsmouth, or Kennebec k Port land Depots, in Portland. S. W. EATON, Sup't. Farmington May 6, 19K2. juueSBdtf ^^THK0U6H TICKETS To Chicaoo, Cibcibbati. Clitilaid, Detroit, Toledo, St. Patl, La ('ROME. £t. Loch, New Orleae*. or snv part of the WEST, SOL'TH OR NORTH WENT, BY THE ERIE RAILWAY. Via BrrrALo, Dr>kirk, asd Niaoaila Fall*. Thi* mad I* broad ottaob and la provided with New and hpiendnl Mlceping Cara. I Tickets H,id iu Portland at loweat Boston rates bjr W. D. LITTLE, Aoebt. Offer 31 Exchange Street. >T Von can save money bjr securing tickets at this office. June 23. dawtf ” STEAMBOATS^ International Steamship Company. EASTPORT, CALAIS AND ST. JOHN. TWO TRira PER WEEK. On and after April 21. the Steam er* -.NEW BKt'NSWIl k " and "I'OHEST < ITV bill, until fur _ther notice, leave P. S. k P. R. R. wiori, loot ut alate Street, a* billow*: Steamer “New Brunswick." Capt. E. B Winches ter. will leave far Kastport and St. John every MONDAY, at 5 o'clock. 1*. M. Returning will leave St. John every THURSDAY MoRMNO. at 8 o'clock, for Kastport, Portland aud Boston. Steamer “Forest Citv,” Capt. E. Fuld. will leave for Kastport aud St. John every THURSDAY at 6 o'clock I* 31. Through ticket* are sold by this line connecting at Kastport with stage coaches for Mathias. and with Steamer t^neen for Knbbinston, Calais. St. Stephens, and St. Andrews, aud at tlie latter place over Railway for Canterbury; from thence per •tape con dies for Woodstock and HorLTON, which is the cheapest aud most expeditious way of reaching the Aroostook County. We also ticket through per Steamer* and Haiiwnv* far Windsor, Halifax, Digby, Euldericton, Sussex, Moncton, Shedtac. Prince Edward Island. J’ictou, North Shorr op New Brum wick, MtsuKicHi, aud Bay db Chaleuk C. C. KATOW. June 23. dandf Portland and New York Stnuam. The splendid and fast Steamship “CHESAPEAKE," Captain Sidney ’« kowki l, will until farther notice run _I a* follow*: •ave Brown* Wharf. Portland, every WEDNES DAY. at 4 I*. M . and leave I Ter 9 North River. New York, every SATURDAY, at 3 o'clock, IV M. This vessel i* fitted up with tine accommodation* far passenger*, making this the most speedy. <afe and * comfortable route far traveller* between New Vurk and Maiue. Passage #6,00, including Farr aud State Room* flood* forwarded bv thi* line to and from Montreal, Oiiebec, Bangor. Bath. Augusta. Kastport and St. John. Shipper* are requested to m-iuI their freight to the *fearner before 8 I*. 3! , ou the day that she lenvea Portland. For freight or pas*ag*‘ apply to EMERY A FOX. Brown’* 34’barf, Portland. H. B CROMWELL a CO.. No. 80 West Street, New York. June 23. 1*3. dtf M O N T K E A I. OCEO STEAMSHIP CO’S Weekly Mail Line. ox* of the following first-clam, power ful Steamer-: fit HERMAN. NORTH AMERICAN. NORWEGIAN. Jl’HA. BOHEMIAN. ANGLO SAXON. NO VA SlolTAN—will sail from Quebec every Satur day morning, for Uverpoo). via Londonderry. Passenger- leave Portland per Grand Trunk Trains i with l uited States mails, every Friday, at 1 15 P. M.. connecting with Steamer at Quebec every Saturday 1 morning. Passage to Liverpool, f.ondonderrv or Glasgow: Third ( lass. «#n First < las*. $*57 to OK*—according to accommodation,—* hich includes tickets on Grand Trunk Railway. Prepaid and' return tickets issued at reduced rates. Excursion tickets to the World’s Fair, out and back. $150. Apply to Ldmonstone, Allan k Co.. Montreal, or to J. L. FARMER. No. 10 EXCHANGE 8T.. PORTLAND. June 28.1S»2. dtf p -* «hlv LIVERPOOL PACKETS, | Sailing from IJverpool for Bo-ton twice a month. Steerage Passage, *20 Also, Agent for New York and Lheipoo) Steamships, -ailing from New Y’ork every Saturday, and from Liverpool every Wednes i dav. and calling at Queenstown, Ireland ( abiu Passage. $75. 3d ( lass. $3U. Sight Bill* of Exchange, for XI Sterling and up wajd, payable at any Hank iu Great Britain or Ire laud couidautJy for sale. For Passage Certificates, Steamer Tickets, Drafts, or for further Information, Address, GEO. WARREN. » Mate Street, Boston, Mam. SPIRITS TURPENTINE. ‘ TM-ATROXA S1-1KITS TVBrEXTIXE.—MT,Invit. j iN a trial of the Natrona Turpentine from all paint i or*, for either House or Ship work. inside or out. It is fre* from twuU, with fiat eouaJ to spirit*, evapo rate* no faster, and for Bliud Work cannot be excell i cd. It work* Kgi AL to the enmmou spirits on all j kinds of paiuting, or in Oil Cloth manufacturing. A* evidence of tin? excellence of the article, the un dersigned can refer to numbers of the first painter* of Boston aud vicinity, if desired. CHARLES TOPPAN. Agent for New England, 40 Fulton 8t., Boston. I For sale by Bauker k CarjM-nter, Merrill A Brother, S. J. Perkin? k Co., Portland, and (has. F. Potter I Augusta. Jum23wltq