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Supreme Judicial Court.
Wednesday—The divorce ease of Shat
tuck vs. Shattuck was continued. At the ad
journment of the Court Tuesday evening Mr.
Shattuck, the respondent, was on the stand.
Wednesday morning he underwent a severe
cross examination. Mrs. Shattuck, the libel
lant, was then placed upon the stand. In the
most emphatic manner she denied all that had
been testified to in regard to her conduct.
She said butfor this matter having been bruited
round by the respondent and his friends, much
to her discreilit, she never would have sought
to make it public by a jury trial. She chose
this course to clear herself from the aspersions
which had been cast upou her. Some other
evidence was taken, and at half-past 5 o’clock
P. M. it was announced that the evidence was
all iu. Judge Shepley then commenced his
argument to the jury for the respondent.
After he had proceeded a short time, Court
adjourned to 9 o’clock Thursday morning.
Municipal Court—Nov. 12.
Wm. Baldwin, for assault on Julia McCarty,
paid a fine imposed of $3 and costs.
Patrick Sullivan, for drunkenness and dis
turbance, was fined $3 and costs. Refusing to
pay, he was committed to jail.
Resignation—Moses Woolson, Esq., has
resigned ids situation as Principal of the High
School for Girls in this city. Mr. W. has been
tlie Principal of this school for the last twelve
years, that being the time it lias been in exist
ence, having been called from the Bangor
High School for Girls to fill the place. Dur
ing the twelve years a great many of our
young ladies have tluisbcd their education at
this school. Mr. W. has lieen a successful
teacher, and possesses requisites fitting him in
a remarkable degree lor imparting instruction.
He leaves inconsequence of an invitation to
a lucrative situation as Principal of a High
School in a Western city.
York * Cumberland Railroad.—The
Winter arrangement on this road commenced
last Monday. The advertisement will be found
in our columns this morning. It will be no
ticed that an alteration lias been made in the
time of running the trains,—leaving Portland
at 8 A. M. and 2 and 5.15 P. M ; and leaving
Saco river at 6.35 and 9.15 A. M. and 3.30 P.
M. The road is in good order, and is now do
ing considerable business. It would be the
best paying road in this State were its com
pletion pushed to the New^IIampshirc line.
An Interesting Convert.—Zion's Advo
cate relates an interesting scene that took
place at the 1st Baptist Church in this city on
Tuesday evening. It was the baptism of Wm.
Stevens, a Swede, who was awakened at the
Bethel in Philadelphia; and indulging a hope
in Jesus while on the voyage, determined to
ask baptism at the first port he should enter.
He related a deeply interesting religious ex
perience, and, as he was to leave in his ship in
a day or two, he was baptized at the close of
the weekly evening prayer meeting.
Nodiiead Apples.—Mr. J. T. Pike, of
Cornish, brought to our office yesterday a
bountiful supply of apples of the Nodiiead
variety, the largest and handsomest we have
yet sceu of this species. The taste of the
fruit is delicious. Mr. Pike has been very
successful in raising tbis fruit the past year,
and has sold large quantities of them in our
market. They can be found at the store of
Messrs. Johnson & Chenery, Congress street,
nearly opposite the Preble House.
ay-We have been requested to call the at
tention of the Street Commissioner to a nasty
hole which has been excavated on the south
side of Lime street, just below the Advertiser
office, and around which no railing or lamp
was placed last evening to guard pedestrians
from falling into it. Two gentlemen found
their way into it, and came to our office to
exhibit their clothing, which was in a sad
plight from the mud and filth into which they
Caution.—Some persons are going round
to the houses trviim to iret flour barrels, under
pretence of giving the prooeeds of them to a
poor family. If they cannot obtain them on
this pretence, they will offer ten cents a barrel.
This is all deception. These persons are pur
chasing or obtaining the barrels for speculation.
Messrs. J. B. Brown & Sons, at the Sugar
House, have been paring 25 cents per barrel,
and we believe they are paying that price now.
A Bold Larceny.—Yesterday afternoon
some thief opened the show-case at the door
of the store of Mr. John F. Hand, Clapp’s
block, Congress street, and stole therefrom
goods to the value of four or live dollars.—
This was rather a bold operation, on a small
scale, as theru were many persons in the store,
and others passing at the time the larceny was
Personal.—Z. K. Ilarmon, Esq., of the
law firm of Bradford & Harmon, is about to
remove, for a time, from tills city to Gloucester,
Mass., for the purpose of obtaining pensions
and back pay for soldiers engaged in the war,
and prosecuting claims upon the Government.
Mr. II. has had large experience in this busi
ness. We wish him much success in his new
place of business.
The Concert.—Our readers will not forget
the brilliant entertainment to be offered this
evening at the new City Hall, by Gottschalk
and Patti. The latter is the principal alar,
not tenor as our types had it yesterday, in the
Italian opera in New York, and possesses one
of the sweetest soprano voices we ever heard.
Reserved seats can be secured at the City Hall
Mechanics’ Assemblies.—We learn that
these popular dancing parties will soon com
mence. Arrangements are making fora more
brilliant time, if possible, than ever before.
Heretofore these have been the most successful
“hops” of the season, and there is no reason
why the forthcoming series should not meet
with the same favor from the public.
M. C. M. Association.—The discussion on
the President’s proclamation of emancipation,
by the. members of the Mechanics’ Associa
tion. will be continued in the Library room
this evening, commencing at 7 1-2 o’clock.
The public are invited to attend.
Sir- Writing papers of all grades, and al
most every description of stationery have ad
vanced from thirty to sixty per cent. This is
owing to the scarcity and high price of stock,
and high rates of exchange. The prices are
still advancing,and no one can predict the limit.
It*ADiNos.—We learn that Prof. Briggs, of
Bowdoin College, will give the Ursl of a course
of Humorous and Dramatic Readings, in this
city next Thursday evening. In the intervals
he is engaged for Augusta, Bangor, &c.
sy Eight of the large guns, intended for
the lower embrasure of Fort Gorges, arrived
here yesterday. They will be mounted forth
Mr. Church E. Gates of Calais, has j
been appointed 2d Lieut. Co. A, 7th Maine
regiment, now stationed at Camp Lincoln.
Portland Daily Press.
From the Army of the West.
Federal Pickets within Six Hills of
Holly Spring's.
CniCAGO, Nov. 12.
A special dispatch from Trenton, Teun., of
the 10th, says the gram! army passed beyond
Lagramte yesterday evening. Our pickets
were six miles from Holly Springs, •ne hun
dred and Ally rebel cavalry were taken prison
ers during the day, with a Federal loss of two
killed and two wounded.
From a highly creditable source we learn
that the enemy have fallen hack.
A Letter from Holly Springs to the Mobile
Tribune says there are not one thousand blan
kets in Price’s entire army. Their blankets
and knapsacks were nearly ail thrown away
in the retreat from Corinth.
The Tribune also says: ‘'Bishop Elliot, of
Georgia, announces that the Union of the Dio
eesa of Texas. Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia,
the Carolinas and Virginia, is completed, un
der the name of the Protestant Episcopal
Church of the Confederate States of America.
The Arst general council will meet at Augus
ta, Ga., Nov. 12.”
A despatch from Gen. Hansom, at Fort Don
elson, yesterday, says:—"My command ar
rived here to-day. We have marched 150
miles, and had a Hglit with the rebel Wood
ward on tile 6th, and gave him grief. We
killed 16, wounded 40, captured 20 men, 100
horses and mules, a quantity of arms, and
drove him to the other side of the Cumber
Extracts trout Richmond Papers.
Van Dorn and the Battle of Corinth.
Movements of the Federal Army in North
Destruction of a Cargo of Salt.
Fokthkss Monhoe, Nov. 11.
Peter Smith was brought to Fortress Mon
roe this morning, lie is implicated in the
burning of the ship AUeghaniau.
The Richmond Whig of the 10th, says, Van
Dorn lakes upon himself the responsibility for
the failure in his last battle at Corinth. He
says it arose neither (torn the fault of his offi
cers or men, hut was his own misfortune.
Gov. Brown's annual message was read in
the Georgia legislature last Thursday. He re
lers principally to topics of State interest. In
a special message lie takes ground against the
conscription law, and submits the subject to
the legislature lor its action.
The Whig says the excitement consequent
upon the reported advance of the abolitionists
on Holley Springs has subsided. They did
not come this side of Lamar, Miss.
The Raleigh, N. C., Register entertains no
doubt that a movement is to bo made against
the railroad running from Wilmington to
Petersburg, and that Weldon is to he the point
attacked. The inhabitants of Tarboro' and
the adjacent counties are running off as fast as
they can. The enemy, 12,000 strong, is within
15 miles of Scarboro.
The blockade™ off Wilmington, says the
Whig, tired upon and destroyed a hark loaded
with salt, while endeavoring to run the block
ade. Twenty-three Yankees came on shore to
finish the work of destruction, and were cap
lured and sent to Fort Fisher. The bark was
from Nassau. It also says that the Yankees
nave advanced in force upon Highland Coun
ty, Va., about 40 miles from Staunton. This
is a part of the plan by which the abolitionists
ex|iect to crush out the rebellion in Virginia.
The Richmond Enquirer of the 16lh, says:
Significant movements are progressing along
the entire line of Gen. Lee’s army. Startling
events seem to he rapidly approaching, prom
sing in reality a sharp ami decisive winter
It is reported that Gen. Jackson was yes
terday on the verge of a battle in the Shenan
loah Valley, with greatly superior numbers of
the enemy.
A Rebel Force Dispersed in Ten.
3upply of Postage Currency for Railroads, j
Washington, Nov. 12.
The following was received at headquarters
jf the army to-day:
Lagrange, Tenm, 11th.—ToMaj. Gen. H. W.
Haileek, General-in-Chief.—The following dis
patch lias just been received from Gen. Davis,
it Columbus: The expedition commanded by
Brig. Gen. Ransom has proved a great success.
It came up with Col. Woodworth's re lie I force,
SIX) strong, near Garutzburg, and alter a short
engagement killed 16 of his men, among them
une captain and lieutenant, wounding 40, in
cluding one captain ami two lieutenants, ami
Inlrimr ’*"a ni-uiirwira nil tlw.it* Imreou «>rwl r.ll
mules, a large number of arms and equipments,
lialf the camps of Woodworth's men, includ
ing his own, routing the whole concern, and
ilnviug them out of the State of Kentucky.—
Our loss was three killed and seven wounded.
Owing to a deficiency in the supply of pos
tal currency, the Treasury Department will
not be able to perfect the arrangement for fur
nishing railroad companies with the much
needed small change.
Arrangements lor Exchange of
Fortress Mon’rok. Nov. 11.
Col. Ludlow, of lieu. Dix's staff, returned
this afternoon from Aiken’s Landing, and has
very successfully completed the arrangements
lor the exchange of all prisoners of war.
In addition to officers, there are exchanged
about 24,000 privates, leaving a balance due to
the United States of about 0000 privates. The
place for exchanging prisoners, in pursuance
of the 7th article of the cartel, is changed
from Aiken's Landing to City Point.
It is rumored that Fort Darling has been
additionally strengthened by a heavy base
wall of solid masonry, and has received a
shroud of iron mail over the most exposed
A new earthwork has recently been thrown
up on Janies river by the rebels, near Point of
Shoals, intended for five guns of heavy calibre.
The Draft in Wisconsin.
Milwaukee, Nov. 12.
The Osaka County mob not content, with
destroying the draft box and rolls, attacked
the private residences of several prominent
persons, stealing and demolishing everything
they could lay hands on, and battering all w ho
refused to side with them. The Provost Mar
shall, with 000 infantry, left here on the steam
ers Sunbeam and Comet last evening, and to
day arrested some fifty of the rioters.
Destruction of a Mail and Express Car.
Detroit. Mich, Nov. 12.
The baggage car on the night express train
coming west, containing the mails, the express
money and baggage, was entirely destroyed
by fire at Lougwood Station, on the Great
Western Railroad, last night.
Arrival of the Steamship Nova Scotian off
Gape Race.
St. Johns, N. F., Not
via Sackvilie 12
Tin- steamship Nova Scotian, from Liver
pool Oct. 30th and Londonderry 31st, arrived
oil' Cape at 2 o’clock this morning.
The steamship Jura, from Quebec, arrived
out on the 27th. The City of Washington,
from New York on the 28th, and the Saxonia,
from New York on the 29th.
Mr. Cohdcu has addressed his constituents
at liochdale. He spoke at length on the dis
tress of the Lancashire operatives, and regard
ed it as a national question, and said that it
public and private opinion hud proved insuffi
cient, parliament would have to make provi
sion. He referred to the American war, and
said it would be a waste of time for foreigners
to attempt to influence the combatants. To
interfere or recognize the South would do
more harm than good, and fail to bring for
ward cotton. As to iiow the contest was going
to end, he confessed his inability to form an
opinion, but if compelled to make a guess,he
w ould not make the same guess as that of Earl
Kussell and Mr.Gladstone. He did not believe
if the war should soon be brought to a termi
nation, that it would end by a separation of
the North and South. He thought those who
professed so much regard lor Italian unity,
ought to appreciate the same unity more in
America. Interference by force would do
more than anylhiug to strengthen the federal
government, and the cost to England in six
months would be more than sufficient to feed
the distressed cotton operatives 10 years. He
spoke of the extravagance of the Palmerston
government, and advocated retrenchment.
The Times has an article on the action of
the New Y'ork Chamber of Commerce, touch
ing the operations oi the Confederate steamer
Alabama. In another article the Times ex
patiates on the difficulties of the conscription.
The Daily News gives the report that
Charles Treneliar goes to India as Financial
Minister, vice Laing.
Mr. Slidell had au Interview with the Empe
ror on the 28th.
The National Assembly would meet in about
a week. It is reported that it would tender
the crown to Prince Allred of England.
English funds were flat. The demand for
discount at the hank is active. The bank
minimum has advanced to three per cent.
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uitiiai vi wu vitj vi JuaiuiuviOi
Clmrges against Coin. Wilkes by
the Coin, of the Oladiator.
London Time* on the Right of Search.
The Supply ot Cotton in the South.
New York, Nov. 12.
The steamship City of Baltimore, from Liv
erpool 29th and Queenstown 30th, arrived at
about 5 o’clock this afternoon.
The rebel pirate Alabama lias destroyed the
bark Wave Crest, from New York lor Cardiff.
The ship Tonawanda, released by the Ala
bama, readied Liverpool with the officers and
crews of ship Manchester, bark Wave Crest
and brig Dunkirk. No particulars are given
about the Wave Crest.
The Times' city article says:—Lord Lyons
took out the full assurance that England will
be eager, in concert with other nations, to pro
mote the permanent return of peace. She
will meanwhile individually refuse to depart
one hair's breadth from the course of noil-in
Commodore Wilkes’ proceedings at Bermu
da continue to claim attention, and the cap
tain of the Gladiator publishes a letter con
taining charges against him for regularly
blockading Bermuda.
The Times argues that it is not for England
to impeach the belligerent right of search,
and says the Federate have not actually ex
ceeded their privileges. England must make
allowance for their temptations, and put her
self in their place before pronouncing judg
ment. The Federal* have probably done no
more than England would have done.
The Daily News remonstrates with Presi
dent Lincoln upon Wilkes’ appointment, and
recommends his removal.
The screw frigates Galatia and Emerald have
sailed to reinforce the West India squadron.
The Times is glad to see the Democrats
making a show of force, and believes their
success most promising for peace.
The British Cousul at Charleston has writ
ten a letter to the Foreign Office on the pros
pect of a cotton supply. He estimates the
whole stock in America, from careful inquiry,
at about 4,000,000 bales, including the present
years’s crop.
The provisional Government of Greece has
assumed a threatening attitude towards Tur
key. The English journals counsel the Greeks
to pursue a pacific course.
The reports of Garibaldi's health are con
flicting. Some of them are alarming. A gen
eral medical consultation was to be held as to
Capture of a bearer of Bebel dispatches.
Baltimore, Nov. 12.
The U. S. gunboat Hercules, Capt. Duny an,
arrived here this morning from a cruise along
the border of Virginia. On the morning of
the 3d iu-4.,just before daylight, Lieut. Baker
with an armed boat’s crew, discovered a party
on shore signalizing to some rebel soldiers
stationed up a small inlet. Finding that they
were discovered, they took to their boats, aud
tried to escape. After a half hour’s chase, a
tain three men with signal canteens, die. One
of the party proved Co be Maj. Keid Saunders,
a regular officer iti the Confederate States ar
my, and son of George A. Saunders. The
others were two English sailors. At the
time of their capture, they were expecting a
vessel to convey Maj. Saunders to Europe with
rebel dispatches, and were signalizing for that
purpose. Two English sailors lauded front a
vessel front Halilax, N. S., about ten days pre
vious, which bronght over a prominent rebel
with dispatches for the rebel government. The
vessel which was to convey the rebel dispatch
es to Europe, was lying about four miles out
side, hut upon discovering the capture of Maj.
Saunders and the two English sailors, it im
mediately proceeded out to sea.
Arrival of the Europa off Cape Race.
St. Johns, N. F., Nov. 11,1
via Sackville 12th (
A steamer, no doubt the Europa from Liv
erpool 1st via Queenstown the 2d, for Boston,
passed Cape Kace this Tuesday evening at six
o'clock, distance live miles. The Associated
Press news boat pulled out four miles. The
steamer answered the signals but did not come
near enough to the boat to give it the press
Gen. McClellan at Trenton.
Thenton, N. J., Nov. 12.
The iuclemency of the day has kept Gen.
McClellan and his friends iu doors. He has
not been out of his rooms, and his aides have
scarcely been seen. A lew friends from Bor
deutowu .Princeton and this city held an au
dience w ith tiie General to-day. The conver
sation was exceedingly short and of a general
Stock Market.
New York. Nov. 12.
Stcond Board—Stocks dull and easier.
Chicago 4 Kock Islaud.80*
Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago..62
Chicago, Burliugtou 4 Quincy.86
Cleveland 4 Toledo. 67#
Halena 4 Chicago,. 82#
Cleveland 4 Pittsburg,.3S
Michigan Southern guaranteed,.82$
Michigan Southern,.40
Michigan Central.87*
Illinois Central .scrip,.76#
Harlem preferred.47#
Erie preferred...89#
New York Central,.103
Pacific Mail.121*
United Slates 5’s 1581 coupons.. 103
Untied States 6’s one year certificates,.98
Treasury 7 3-lUtba,.108#
California 7’s.113
Pennsylvania Coal Company,.110
American Hold,.131} 's,181j
[Per steamship Nova Scotian off Cape Race.)
1 four days were 6,000 bales including 8.0u0 to specu
lators aud exporters. The market closed at a slight
: decline on all qualities.
TRADE REPORT.—-Advices from Mai) Chester are
! unfavorable. The market closed dull and irregular.
Messrs. Richardson, Spence A Co., aud others repoit
Hour advanced <>d ft lx. Wheat quiet and firm: Red
Western Os .a 10s 2d; Red .Southern Id* ft 10s tki :—
White Western 10s 6*1 a 11s; White Southern 11 ft
12s (kt. Corn firmer; Mixed 29s tki <• 39s.
heavy. Pork nominal. Bacon quiet. Laid dull, at
40 ft 41*. fallow easier.
Quiet but steady. Rice inactive. Coffee no sales.—
Ashes quiet at 32* 9d ft 83s 6d. Rosiu fiat, spirits
Turpentine nominal, at 120 ft 125.
Latest by Londonderry.
the week were 12,600 bales, including 2,0<a» to specu
lators and 2,600 to exporters. The market closed at
a decline of2ft3d tor Snrats, aud 2d for American.—
The sales on Friday were 2,000 bales. The market
closed irregular at the following authorized quo
tations : New Orleans fair 27s: middling 23*; Mobile
fair 26s; middling22; Uplands fair26middling22s.
The stock in port amounts to 312,500 bales, of which
18,000 bales ate American.
lLeadstufl's—F.our steady; wheat easier; corn
quiet but steady.
Provisions—flat but steady.
Losdox, Friday P. M.—Consols closed at 93| ft
93} for money. The buliiion in the bank of England
decreased £396,000.
American securities—Illinois Central railroad 45
(ft 44} discount; Erie railroad 37.
New York Market.
New York. Nov. 12.
Cotton—excited and firmer; sales 4800 bales at 63}
ft 64 for middliug uplands.
Flour—State and Western heavy and &ftlrtc lower;
Superfine State 5 75 ft 5 90; Extra*6 00 ft 8 20; Round
Hoop Ohio 6 80 ft 6 90: Common to good extra
Western 606 ft6 40; Southern dull and easier; Mixed
to good 6 60 a. 6 90; Fancy aud Extra 7 25 a. 9 00;
Canada easier with more doing; Extra 6 00 ft 8 25.
Wheat—heavy aud unsettled aud 1 u 2c lower;
Chicago spring 117 n1 25; Milw aukee club 1 23 ft 1 32;
Iowa Amber 1 33 a 1 38; Winter Red We*ternT ft
143; Amber Michigan 1 FI a 147; Extra choice
do 148; White Michigan 161 ft 167; Amber State
Corn—lc lower; Mixed Western 71 (ft 71} for ship
ping, nearly all at the inside price; 66ft*>H tor eastern;
58 ft 64 for unsound; common to prime White West
ern 71 ft 77}.
Pork—firmer; Mess 18 00 (ft 13 60; prime 11 50 ft !
12 00 the latter for choice; Prime Mess 12 50 ft 1360.
The government contract for 4200 bbls Mess was taken
at 13 24 ft 13 50, and 64 bbls Prime Mess at 13 10.
Sugars—less active but very firm ; New Orleans 10}
ft 12*; Porto Rico 101; Havana 9} ft 10; Musca\ado
9} ft 10 j.
( offee—quiet but holders still ask advanced prices.
Molasses—firm; New Orleans 40 by auction. 700
bbls aud half bbls do at 28 ft 48}, the inside price for
common; Muscovado 10 hhds at 40.
Freights to Liverpool—declining; cotton nominal;
flour 2 ; Grain 7}ft8}d in bulk and ship’s bags.
From the Army of the Potomac. “Carl
ton,” the correspondent of the Bostou Journal
writes from Bosler’s Cross Hoads,”says:
I atn writing by the fireside of a gentleman
who is lint, fully imlnicrl with Knnthxn t'ouliiwru
aiul after an hour’s conversation I have obtain
ed information enabling me to give you the
status of the Southern army. It is south of
tlie Rappahannock, with the exception of
Jackson's corps, which is now making its way
up tlie valley. Longstreet passed through
Chester Gap last week. Walker and D. II.
Hill went south from 1'eidinont to Culpepper
at the same time, vja Bosler’s cross roads.
Longstreet, he thinks, has about 50,000; Jack
son nut quite so many. The entire army is
estimated at eighty or ninety thousand. This
is tlie information, but all information here is
unreliable, and must be taken with liberal al
The presence of a few troops in Manassas
Gap to-day, or in front of Ashby's day before
yesterday, is no indication that Jackson intends
to remain in the valley, but they are behind
covering bis retreat. 1 saw the constant move
ments of tlie enemy toward the South while
looking down from Ashby’s on Tuesday and
to-day. If I could get a glimpse from Man
assas Ridge I should doubtless sec Jackson's
train in motion. If we get to Culpepper first
we can close Thornton Gap against him, force
Longstreet, who doubtless is there, baek to
Gordonsville.cut the railroad and cut off Jack
son from Richmond. The movement is as ex
citing as one of Paul Morphy's games. Fair
weather, good roads, and ten days more—six
perhaps—will see a terrible stroke given to
the rebellion. It is the first exhibition of real
skill and genius we have had thus far. and I
am informed through two sources that to the
President belongs the honor of its conception.
The Machias Union is responsible for
the following:
> “A gentleman in an inland town tendered a
dollar bill to pay a charge of sixty cents, and
was gravely offered forty squash seeds to rep
resent the balance due him.”
• For Gentlemen’s Wear.
- AT
No. 05.Middle Street.
New and Desirable Styles of
Cloths, Clothing-,
Which they offer at
Prices to suit the Times !
HTCall in before purchoaiug elsewhere, and sec
jor yourself!
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Great Chance for
r|HJ inow ocwaiiing the opportunity lost of making
A from 60 to 100 per cent, in the purchase of Rice,
Cotton, Sugar, Tobacco, Oil, Cloths, and other vari
eties of good* loo numerous to luention, before the
large rise in prices—the subscriber will offer the one
chance yet left of retrieving their mistake, in the
purchase, before the rise, of
Real Estate,
100 HOUSE LOTS, at prices from 10,12, to 25 cents
per foot.
20 HOUSES, at prices from $1000 to $6000,
2 STORE LOTS oil Comincicial Street.
1.000. 000 feet of UPLAND.
2.000. 000 feet of FLATS, which can be filled for
House Lots, Wharves, and Manufacturing Establish
ments, at from 5 to 7 cents per foot—within twelve
minutes’ walk of the Post Office.
FINE COUNTRY SEAT, within two miles of the
city, with orchard and large garden.
MOSES GOULD, 74 Middle St.,
novidtf Up Staihs.
Twenty-Five Cents, cnsli,
Will be paid for GOOD FLOUR BARRELS, deliv
ered at Portland Sugar House before Dec. 1st.
Portland, Nov. 1,1962. uov3 ImdAw
— AND —
Soldiers’ Relief Association,
No. 275 F Street.
Communications to be addressed to
Maine State Agent, Washington, D. C.
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THE Stevedores of this city have struck for 25
cents advance wages per day. on account of the
great rise in the price of iarnily supplies.
Klilk Route for Sale.
BY inquiry at this office, or No. 92 Exchange St.,
one can hear of a chance to buy a "MILK
ROUTE," in which there is not a customer who has
failed to pay his monthly bills. A favorable chauce
i* thus offered to auy one who may wish to engage in
the business, or to enlarge his present "route."
novl2 eodtf
Gorham Seminary.
THE Winter Term of this Institution will com
mence on Tuesday, December 2d, a:id continue
eleven weeks.
For auv further Information apply to the Secre
tary, or J. B. Webb, Principal.
.1. A. WATERMAN, Secretary.
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2 5 Y E A rIl
For more than twenty-five years has the well known
Furnished the mansions of the wealthy and the
dwellings of the lowly,
the public houses,
Not of Maine only, but of other States, with articles
of Furniture suited to their various wants.
At the old stand,
52 and 64 Exchange Street*
With increased facilities for manufacturing,
With good workmen and thoroughly seasoned stock,
he can furnish the largest assortment of
(Or made, at short notice, to any pattern customers
may direct,)'
Than can be found Elsewhere in the State.
Purchasers for Cash may rest assured that goods
bought at this house will be made perfectly satisfac
tory iu price aud quality.
At this establishment may be found an extensive as
sortment of Elegant and Plain Furniture, of the
most desirable styles, comprising Kich and
Medium Priced Drawing Koom, Parlor
and Chamber Furniture, of every de
scription. Feather Beds and Mat
tresses of all kinds, Common
Furniture, Chairs, Look
" iug Classes, &c.
The Best of Extension Tables, Ac.
Rosewood and Gilt Mirrors.
Spiral Spring Beds, &c.
Upholstery Work Attended to ■■ o.ool.
N. B.—SHII* FURNITURE made to order.
October let, !Sd2. tf
Latest I Vo ui Headquarters !
163 Middle Street.
Of every description,
Nummer Clothing
I> wiling, regardleae of Co«t,
For officers, made to order, (Yom the best material,
with dispatch, and at low prices.
Of every description, made to order and warranted
to tit.
The largest and best selected stock of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
-Ever offered in Maine, can be obtained at
All of which will be sold so as to warrant entire sat
isfaction to the purchaser.
Are unlimited in quantity, qnality or price, and will
be sold very low, at wholesale or retail, for cash.
Buyers will do well to look at our stock before pur*
chasing elsewhere, as it was bought before the great
rise on goods.
163 Middle Street,
Portland, July 22, 1862. d6tu
State of Maine*
Executive Department, I
Augusta, Oct. 28, 1862. f
AN adjourned session of the Executive Council
will be held at the Council Chamber, in Augus
ta, on Monday, the first dav of December next.
oc29 dtd Secretary of State.
Cheap Fuel!
WE are informed that a superior article of
SPRUCE SLABS is now selling
At the head of Berlin Wharf,
at the low price of S3.50. All in want would do well
to call, as tne price is soon to be advanced,
novl d2w»
Wanted immediately,
Inquire at
oc 16tf WOODMAN, TRUE k CO.
Pier and Mautle Mirrors.
WITH Oval, Square or Eliptical frames, with
Rosewood, Black Walnut or Gilt finish mad*
to order, of any size, style or design, of new atia
elegant patterns; also cheap Looking Glasses and
elates re-set in old frames, bv
MORRISON k dO.. 26. Market Square.
Franklin Family School for Boys,
THE Winter Session will commence Nov. 19th,
and continue twelve weeks. Number of pupils
limited—five vacauces at present.
For “Circular,” Ac., please send to the Principal,
BY a Gentleman and his wife a furnished Sitting
Room and Bedroom, with use of the kitchen.
Address T. C. O., Box 33, Post Office.
nov7 dlw*
To be Let.
Street. Reul S200.
rnitf. spacione STORE in I ulman Block, next to
1 E. A. Marrett's, or if deriral one half of toe
rainc, to bo ttuixluwi <)IT to tbe .ntislaction of tho oc
cupant. AI»o the wltoie (bin! floor of the Cotluiau
Block, '"itti office, on xeconi* linir.
Aivotwo.mall Stores on Temple street, next above
the Codman Block. Rent LOW Enquire of
Oct. 27.—dtf s. J. ANDERSON, U Free St.
THE Easterly Tenement of the House on Spring
Street, known as the Rolfe House F.nouite of
Oct. 27.—dtf S. J. ANDERSON.
For Sale.
A very desirable dwelling house on tho
i ; corner of .Spi ing and Emery streets, cur
taining 13 finished rooms, and furnished
L with all tho modern improvements.togeth
_i‘t with lot of land adjacent, containing
,(aju square feet. For particulars enquire of
_ _ No. 8 Central Wharf.
or JAMES L. MERRILL. oc27 tf
Cooper^ Shop to Let.
ON Commercial Street, head of Hobson’s Wharf.
Inquire of J. II HAMLEN.
»ep4tf Office on Hobson’s Wharf.
To Let.
THE commodious Chamber in the northerly cor
ner of the new brick block, orner of Lime and
Milk Streets, directly facing the market. Kent ow.
Enquire at office of
Sept. 15,18ti2. dtf No 27 Exchange St.
To Let.
The large House on the corner of Mid
dle and Willow Streets, recently occu
pied by Mrs. C. A. Richards as a* board
ing house. Possession given immedi
i ately. For particulars enquire of
MW ANTED—Convenient tenements for the
accommodation of two small families, in
respectable localities, and within ten min
utes’ walk of the Post Office. Reut not to
exceed from 8160 to 176 per annum.
Address Box 42, Post Office, or apply at the Count
ing Room of the Daily Press,Fox Block.
Portland. Jnne 28. distf
200 5o?s a™d° 1 molasses,
for sals by HARRIS BROTHF.R8,
nov7 di»3w No. 203 Fore Street.
~| CASES James Thomas’ Nectar Leaf TOBAC*
1U CO—one-half pounds. For sale by
nov7 dis8w No. 292 Fore Street.
Butter, Lard and Cheese •
\ LBS. Vermont Cheese,
• fJvJv/ 20 Barrels Leaf Lard,
7 60 Tuba
liOTuba Butter,
for §ale by J. T. ROC ERS,
129 Commercial St., corner Central Wharf.
nov7 U3w
Tobacco Pipe*.
“ov groM boxen—for rale, to arrive, bv
, No. 30 Exchange Street.
Portland, Not. 4,1462. d2w
300 000 boari£awed«- ah,I>pi“‘
6.000 Sugar Box SHOOKS.
BOARDS—Fitted and Rough.
200 Bbls. Choice Brand FLOUR, for family use, by
Hobson's Wharf, foot of High Street.
oc90 d3m
molasses. Wood, Palm Leaf and
tI 8 Bbls.
7 Hhd*. Melado,
4 Bbls. Honey,
249 Logs Cedar,
110 Logs Mahogany,
5$ Tons Fustic,
856 Bundles Palm Leaf,
100 Mats
3*) Bales Tobacco,
25 Hides,
3 Bales Sea Island Cotton.
Cargo of Brig “Charlena,'' from Manzanillo, foi
sale by llOPHNJ EATON,
uov3 lmd No. 1 Central Wharf.
molaSfees, Pork and Lard.
OA HHD8. Sweet Clayed Molaaeee,
O*./ 26 “ Trinidad
50 Tierces Muscovado **
150 Bbls. Clear Pork,
80 “ Mess
40 Bbls. Leaf Lard,
for sale by HOPRKI EATON,
nov3 lmd No. 1 Central Wharf.
OF the late firm of Cummings A Wkdill, No
23 Tremout street,Boston, having fitted rooms al
No. 135 1-3 Middle Street,
Is prepared to perform all operations pertaining tc
and by strict attention to the demands of his patients
hopes to merit and receive the patronage of the pub
Artificial teeth inserted from one to an entire set
on Gold, Silver, or Fulcanite base
Badly decayed teeth filled with Crystal Gold, and
restored to their original shape and usefulness.
Ether administered with t*erfect safety, for the ex
tractiou of teeth, rendering the patieut entirely un
conscious of pain.
Particular attention given to the regulation of chll
dreu's teeth.
AM operations will be performed in the most thor
oufjh and skillful manner, and warranted to be per
fectly satisfactory to the patient.
Having luruisneu his ottico with all the appliance)
for th«* comfort of the patient, and from the experi
ence of an extensive practice, he feels confident ii
assuring those who may call upon him, that thej
shall have no cause for regret.
Our prices will be reasonable, and in accordant*
with the times.
Dr. B. S. Codman, j « 4. ...
Dr. A. M. Shi’ktlefk, ) Bo*ton> *VaM*
136J Middle St.t Portland, Oct. 15, 1862.
oc21 lmd
(A substitute for Cotton.)
Of various descriptions.
ALL FROM A O Not. 1 TO 6.
For sale by
St. Peter Street,QUEBEC
tySaiupk*# on baud, and orders taken br
Oct. 11—6m Front Street, Bath.
(Formerly WILLIAM C. HOW* CO.,)
-—Dealer, in
Coal, Wood and Roofing Slate
375 Cominereinl Street,
Opposite Smith's Wharf.Portland, Mr
WILLIAM C. HOW, ) not l tf
No. 27 Union Street, Portland, Me.
Water Closets, I rinals, force and Suction Pumps
Bath Boilers, Wash Botels, Silver Plated If Brass
Cocks, of all kinds constantly on hand.
Iy All kinds of fixtures for hot and cold wate
set up iu the best manner.
All orders in city or countrv personally attended to
Shook Makers Wauted.
SIX Shook maker* wauted. The highest wage
paid. Apply to JOHN LYNCH * CO..
Nov 10- gw Commercial street.
New Winter
C odinm Block - - « • Temple Street,
OtXSf1®*1*? !*.rg®. *ud deairablo itock of WIN
I hi. Dill t»* M >i>., at the vekv i.owxst b L I.*
iso hath for prices, and lolicpi an examination of
the same from the public who are in waut of
Cloaks, Shawls, Dress Goods,
Blankets, Quilts, Sheetings,Flannels,
Linens, Hosiery, Gloves, Ac., Ac.
.. .. Codman Block, Temple Street,
novll 3wlid**21
—dicaleks ur
Foreign nnd Domestic
dry goods,
Middle Street,
Would inform the pubiic that haring purchased the
stock of
s. b. o O W E L L,
And taken the store recently occupied by him, (119
Middle Street.) are prepared to furnish Mr. Dowell's
! former customers, as well as their own friends and
the public, with
and at AS LOW PRIf’KS i* the same quality and
stvle can be purchased, at any other place in the
city. r
Hr“Xo trouble to show goods: call and «%# be'ore
purchasing elsewhere. oclg
Adjutant General's Office, I
T_._, Augusta, Nov. 4th, 1862. I
IIL municipal and military authorities of those
Cities, 1 owns and Plantations from which the
lists required in General Order No. 48 of the 1st alt .
have not been returned to this office, are requested to
give their attention thereto, and cause the same to be
completed and seut to me bv mail forthwith.
The great labor of comparing these lists with tbe
records and rolls of this office.ln order to test tbe ac
curacy of so much as relates to members of Maine
regiments and corps, and compile the same for pub
lication, requires that they be sent to me immedi
Lists sent in after the 20th instant cannot be reodv
ed in season for publication; hence the Reports will
not exhibit tbe names of persons in the U. 8. Army
and Navy, and in Volunteer Regiments and Corpa
from other States, citizens of places whose antboil
ties neglect the duty required in General Order afbre
said. Gross injustice may accrue <o this class of oar
citizens, and their families, if a record is wanting In
their behalf. It is hoped that no efforts will be spar
ed on the part of municipal and military authorities
to comply with the order above mentioned, and the
instructions accompanying same.
JOHN L. UODSDON, AdJ't General.
Proposal* for Subsistence.
SEALED PROPOSALS will b« recdrM by the
undersigned, at Augusta.Me., until the 14th day of
November. 18(8. at 6 o'clock P. M.. for tbe following
articles of Subsistence Stores, to be delivered at
(. amp “Abraham Lincoln,” near Portland, for tbe
use of the 7th Regiment of Maine Volunteers, from
time to time and in such quantities as may be requir
ed. of which timely notice will be given the succoac
fuJ bidder, viz:
22 Barrels Mess Pork,
50 Barrels Me*;* Beef,
70 Barrels Flour,
10,000 Lbs. Hard Bread, in barrels,
50 Bushels Beaus, in bags or barrels,
2,000 Lbs. Rice. .
1,100 Lbs. Coffee, roasted and ground, in bbls.
90 Lbs. Tea.
8,000 Lbs. Coffee Crushed Sugar, in bbls.
200 Gallons Vinegar,
250 Lbs. Adamantine Candles,
800 Lbs. Soap,
12 Bushels Balt,
144 Bushels Potatoes.
200 Gallons Molasses, in barrels.
The subsistence most be of tbe best quality, and be
subjected to inspection.
The undersigned reserves the right to increase, not
I exceeding one hundred per cent., the amount of any
I or all of the articles specified, by giving three days
: notice to the successful bid er, and reject all bids, if
i he deems them unsatisfactory.
Endorse “Proposals tor .Subsistence.”
1st Lt. 17th Inf., A. A. C. 8.. C. 8. A.
Head Quarters Volunteer Recruiting Servioe, 1
Augusta, Me., Nov. 10, 1862.
nor 10 ed6t
One Trip per Week.
ON and after Thursday, Nov 18th,
the Steamer “New England,” Cant.
E. Field, will leave Railroad Wharf,
foot State Street, every Thursday, at 5 o'clock
, P. M.. till further notice, for Eastport and 8t. John
Returning, will leave St. John every Monday
xornino, at 8 o'clock, for Eastport, Portland and
T Positively no freight received after 4 o'clock
on the day of sailing.
Through tickets are sold by this line, connecting at
Eastport with stage coaches for Machias, and with
steamer Queen for Bf>bbin*ton, Calais, St. Stephens
and St. Andrews, and at the latter place over rail
way for Canterbury, Woodstock and Houlton
We also ticket through per steamers ano railway*
for Windsor, Halifax. Ihgby, Fredericton, Susses,
Moncton, Shediac, /Vince Edward Island, Piet cm. (
North Shore cf New Brunswick, MirimicM, ana
Bay de Chaleur.
novll C. C. EATON, Agent.
special sieamuoai notice.
jrtMP* After Thursday, Not. 18th, the
Steamers of this Company will make
one trip per week only,leaving Port
land every THURSDAY, and St. John every MON
DAY, till further uotice.
nov6 lw C. C. EATON.
For SI. John. N. B.
a A The A 1 Sch. “Ariel/' Shields, mas
ms U ter, now lying at Long Wharf, will sail
/jtuT forest. John, N. B., on or about the 14th
For freight or passage apply to the
master on board.
Portlaud Nov. 10, 1862. novll 8t*
Copartnership Notice.
and hare taken Storo
No. ICO Commercial Street*
near Commercial Wharf—where we shall keep cob
stautly on baud.
Floor, Corn, Meal, Oau, Rye, Feed,
Ground Rock Salt, Ac.
Portland, Nor. 1,1882. ADDISON FKVI.
MzM>*. Flout A Favx haring l,u«d my Mill and
purchased ray stock and trade, 1 cheerfruly recom
mend them to mv customers.
Portland. Nov. 1,1862. W. C BRADLEY.
nov8 tf
Gray Beards, Attend!
AFTER Twenty Year,' experience, and year, of
experiment, I bare at hut found tbe
Boat Dye!
For coloring Hair in the world. I say it boldly, aad
mean it. And say farther, that if any one bays my
Dye, and after trying, does not like it, 1 will reftand
the mouey on returning wo the bottle with one hall
its coutents.
I do not wish to sell it to any rebel, or rebel sym
Agents can be supplied at wholesale price# by ad
JOHN M. TODD, Portland. Me.
Oct 28.dk w tf.
Trusses ! Trusses ! Trusses t
Apotheoar y ,
- A5D
Derotee pereonal attention to tbe application of
TKlSSEs to Adult, uud Children.
INU8 constantly on band.
•aribe Poor liberally eoatldcred leeelS

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