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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS.
VOL. 1. PORTLAND, ME., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1863.
NO. 245.
PORTLAND DAILY PRESS
f· publ.nhei it No. 82} EXCHANGE STREET,
in FOX BLOCK, by
Ν · A. FOSTE R A CO.
.JOHN T. OILMAN, Editor.
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above.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Letter from the Twenty-Seventh Maine.
HEArXjl'ARTKKS -'"tu Μ κ., I
Camp Chantilly, Va., April Χ, 1803. )
To Lhe Editor of the Prêta:
You hare long ere this concluded, doubtless,
that my correspondence does not anioiiut to
much any way. But my long silence must be
attributed both to a lack of tTine and a lack of
new*. I would not Inflict long prosaic essays
upon tou, as I know well that you lacked not
for news. Well, to come to business at once,
we have moved our quarters. We left Camp
Gen. Caaey at 7 o'clock a. m. the 24th ult. We
had been encamped there since Dec. 31st, '(52,
making nearly three months. We abandoned
our picket line also, leaving it to garrison it
•elf. Doubtless It will be seen to. We were
ordered in company with the 25th and other
regiments making up Casey'» division, for
ward ; for our destination rumor assigned Chan
tilly. We marched aboat 10 miles the tlrst
day, and carried our loads οΓ shelter tents,
blanket·, knapsacks, <fcc., and bivouacked at
night, with shelter tenta for a covering, in a
driving rain storm, about two miles below
Fairfax Court House in a hard wood growth.
We slept as well as men could be expected to,
who lie in from two to four inches of water
all night. The next morning at il o'clock stiff
and jaded, we resumed oar march, and Dually
reached our prMeat cainp ground six miles
below Fairfax, and twenty-three from Wash
ington about mid day, thoroughly knocked up.
We had grown fat and iazy in cainp, 1 take it,
which made our burdens hard.
We are at present encamped in a forest of
pines and hard wood growth, the 28th having
the right, and we the left of the encampment,
forming a brigade under the command of Col.
Fessenden. Both regiments occupy the ex
treme right of the division, and of course the
post of danger. The 25th have shelter tents,
officers and men alike, while we have the Sib
leys we occupied at Camp Lincoln, making us
rather more comfortable quarters. Oar shel
ter tents are for the present held in abeyance.
We could be quite comlortable here would
the weather allow, but the "sunny south" is a
sad misnomer. March has been an uncom
monly stormy month; for "Down East" never
excelled iu cold this month. The month com
menced with a cold rain, and ended yesterday
as spitefully as possible with a damp, sleety
snowstorm, some four inches of snow falling,
and making the mud intolerable. There have
been, I believe, seven rainstorms, as many of
snow, and some eight unpleasant, squally days
of snow and rain accompanied by thunder,
etc., iu this rnout·*, while the remaiuder were
windy and cold, not more than three pleasant
days In March. April opens the ball well, al
to. To-day is cdld, with a blustering wind,
piercing to one's bones. Shall we ever see
summer here ?
Our camp is named from Chantilly farm, a
short distance below, a fine tract of 1*X) acres,
and boasting before the war a splendid house
and fertile grounds. The house is now burn
ed, and the land laid waste. The owner, a
widow Stuart and family are, of course, se
cesh. Centreville lies 3 miles to the south
west of us, and is garrisoned by another of
our Brigades. Hull Kun mountains are in lull
view, 0 mile» down, and farther down, the
peaks of the Blue Ridge. Bull Kun battle
fields are eight miles below, and the location is
to lie seen from "Chantilly House," Nearly a
■nile southwest of us is the battle-field of
"Chantilly," fought Aug. 31, 1802, where the
lamented Gens. Stevens and Kearney fell.
* "Stonewall" Jackson marched a force of 40
000 up to within 3 or 4 miles of Fairfax, and
encam|ied hereabouts four days, and then
struck to the north by the way of Drainsville,
Into flarylaiid. The field of Chantilly still
exhibits tierce evidences of the fray. Protru
ding legs and arms of Union soldiers are to l>e
seen, carelessly buried, while the "rehs" are
buried deep, and headstones mark their graves,
proving they held the field. Hut 1 trust Jack
son and his forty thousand have been here for
the last time. I am getting prolix, however.
Our regiment enjoys excellent health and
no new cases of sickness from late exposure
are reported, I believe. Both regiments are
assisting the cavalry as pickets a unile or two
below. The ubiquitous Capt. Mosely, of dash
ing memory, (the same who captured Gen.
Stoughton,) and hi· squad, keep the men In
topic· sufficiently exciting. We may proba
bly move farther down ere long. The men
are in the best of spirit·, and grumble only
when the supply of pork and hard bread falls
short, or when obliged to carry their knapsacks
longer than they deem reasonable, and we
one and all, feel the utmost coutldence In our
ultimate and speedy success. [ am glad to
know that you lack not for friends in the
courte you are pursuing. Fear not, falter
not, though you expose yourself to a libel
suit from both the "copperhead" sheets which
defame and befoul the Forest City.
Ma^rasoit.
' A Copperhead Demonstration.
Mist Dickinson «poke In McDonough Hail,
Middlet'jwn, on Thursday evening, to an im
mense audience, and lor the first time in the
•tale, she was interrupted by the party of mobs
and violence. But it was losing game for the
copperhead.
Miss Dickinson had been speaking for half
an hour, when suddenly the gas lights grew
dim, and then went out, leaving the hall In per
fect darkness. The audience generally remain
ed quiet, but a few rowdies near the door be
gan to shout and whistle and cat-call and make
a disturbance. "I see," said Mis* Dickinson,
calmly,"that there are those here whoevidently
love darkness better than light because their
deeds are evil."
The light had been turned oil', by the copper
heads, at the gas works, and it was at once
discovered by the Workmen and turned on, so
that in two or three minute·, tapers being ap
plied to the burners, the hall was illuminated.
As it was lieing lighted, the speaker, who was
i entirely undisturbed, said : "I read my iiible.
! I read of the Prince of Darkness, and judging
from the present display, eoinc of his children
are present! (Laughter and great applause.)
: I read natural history, too. I read of a creature
, that loves caves and dens and holes ill the earth,
1 dank and dark places,—and I suppose from the
last fact that some of them are 111 this hall,—
copperheads, I believe they are called." (Criée |
of "good" and tremendous cheering.)
As the orator proceeded, cries of "(Ire, Are," '
were heard iu the street, a fire engine rattled
down the pavement and stopped near the hall.
(Cries in the house of"A copperhead trick.")
A secesh woman In the hall screamed "tire"
lit the top of her voice. The house refused
to be disturbed by the dastardly artifice, but
there was for a time some sensation, as the
firemen were called for and it was said a barn
bad been set on fire in another part of the
city, but the trick was too transparent, and the
speaker proceeded, calmly as before.
She had hardly comcnceed when the cry of
fire was repeated in the street and the passa
ges of the hall and the hell near began to ring
violently, so that It was difficult for the speak
er to Ik· heard. On the platform behind Miss
Dickinson sat Mr. Jenckes of Khode Island,
the republican memlier of congress who bad ;
been elected 011 Wednesday by an overwJiplm- ;
ing majority. As the annoying bell continued
to ring, the speaker turned and said, "I have
! l»een wondering why that hell was ringing. 1
' suddenly bethink me. They are rejoicing |
over the glorious victory in our sister state of |
! Khode Island, and showing due respect to the |
man. elected by over 2000 majority, who hon- !
ore us by his presence to-night." (The audi
ence. electrified, rose to Its feet, and cheered
again and again for lihode Island.)
And the speaker went on unmoved, the bell
not chosing to ring any more for Ithode Island ! |
But not many minutes had-elapwd, when the
cry of fire was again heard at the door. The
speaker paused, as if aiiery at this silly repe
t'.tlon of rowdyism, and with face pale and
eyes flashing, stepped forward, and leaning to
wards the audience, cried :
"Yes, there h a tire,—by God's grace we
have kindled a fire, which these people by
their act* are assisting, that will never go out,
till naught Is left of the principles they pro
ies*, or of their party,—save ashes."
That was enough. The copperhead· slunk
down abashed, the house cheered till the roof
rang a rain, ami without further Interruption
Miss Dickinson went 011 with her magnificent
speech.
The whole affair has wonderfully strength
ened the Union cause in Middletown. The
more respectable of the opposition party de
clare they will have nothing to do with a par
ty which so outrages decency and seeks to car- ■
ry It* ends by violence.—[Hartford Press, 4th.
Fiai Iffd.
JQQ BUSflKLS Canada Flax Seed, for sowing,
°r*a' ^KENDALL fc WHITNEY.
Old City llall Buildinjr, Portland.
mch26 eodlmfc «2tn4l
BLBOTRIOITY.
WN. DEMING, M. D , would mont respectfully
• aunounoe to the citizen» of Portland and ri· ;
! ciuiiy, that be hastakeu a nuit of rooms at No. 11
Cl&pp'a Block, coruer of Congress and Elm street#,
up etairn, where he will remain through the summer, !
i to treat Chrouic Diseases by the EUctropathic treat·
ment.
He would especially invite the afflicted that are
! laboring under any old and inveterate chrouic dis
j ease. in the form of Scrotula, Hip Dioww, White
j Swelliug, Erysipelas, Salt Kheutn, Tetter, Ka*h, and
j every humor of whatever kind or character; likewise
i Spinal Diseases, Curvature of the Spiue, St Vitas'
Dance, Fit·, Paralysis,#'ontracted Muscle?. Distort
: ed LimtM. Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, General De
' bility. Habitual Constipation, 4c We would like· <
I wise call the attention of the public to our peculiar !
i manner of curing
Con»umption,
j η every instance, when in the acute stages, or where j
ι the luiigs are not ftilly involved.
The most obstinate cases of nervons or sick Head· !
j ache, Nenrallia iu the head, face and extremities, ;
| with acute Rheumatism. are instantly relieved, and i
! with chronic rheumatism, are permanently cured in j
a few applications.
iuy Γο the Ladies Dr. D. especially calls, who are :
! sufferers with Dropsv.Debility.LuehorrhaHorWhites), !
. Inflammation and Falling of the Womb. Abscesses,
? Tumors and Cancers of the Womb, aud will guaran- i
; tee a permanent cure in every case.
For Suppressions, Irregularities, painful Menstrua· :
j tionn. Neuralgia of the Womb, witn all their entail- ;
ing ills, there is no agent in the world so efficient iu :
curiug as Electricity. In many cases serious obstruc
tions can be brokeii up in a lew moments, and in ev- i
' erv case it destroys the tendency to relapse. To all
those desiring perfect health, and the service/of the
oldest Medical Electrician in the United State*, we
most respectfully invite to call, tendering to all a
positive assurance ol a full recoverv of health.
1*. S. Dr. D. ttr«t introduced Electricity for ex- !
tracting teeth without i»ain. To those having decay- :
ι ed teeth or Mump, or (Wiring their teeth out lor re- !
; setting, we extend a j>olite invitation. During the
ooeration the person experience* a pleading and in- :
; ν igo rating senxation.
N.B. For extracting Minerals and Humors from
j the system, we iue the electro chemical Baths.
Office hours from S to 1 ; l£to6; and 7 to 8 In the
evening. Consultation Free. mchif isedSm
« CHOICE OF ROUTES
CHTCÀ60, CLE A ν FLASH. f/sr/sSATr. S T.
PAUL, OUÎHi Γ, 9T /or is, ÎNMANAPO
L/S, MIL HA V MEM ALES A. LA CROSSE, j
OREES' HA V, LOCJSyiLLE.OSHEO.SH,
AMD ALL POINT* ATTHE
WEST AND SOUTH WEST,
VIA THE
ERIE RAILWAY,
The Great Western Uailwat, or the Laki
Shore & Michigan Southern B. It.,
Or the Belle font aine if St. Louis Line*.
These Lines are all provided with Splendid Sleeping
Care. Ba/gajr·'checked through to any point de· j
sired. Connections sure. Rates of fare as low as by j
any other Routes.
Through Tickets may be secured at lowest Bos
ton rates, at the
Urrat Western Tirket Apency,
Office—31 Exchange Street, (up staire).
ττ. υ, αιγιγαι£, Agent.
) f!jr*You may save money by securing tickets at
I this office. " mchll iseoww Aw89
— j Agricultural Tools,
Seeds and.
FERTILIZERS.
KGWD4LI.&WniTKEV
OFFER for «ale the largest and bent assortment o\
Seeds «ver offered for sate in this State, consist!
! inις in part of Herds (Jrass, Hod Top, Fowl Meadoff*
I New \ ork. Western and State of Maine Clover Seedi
! Sugar, Mangel Worse!, Turnip Blood and LonJ
Blood Beet Seed. Carrot, Kuta Baga. and all kind!
of English Turnip Seed. A full assortment of liar\ I
den and Flower Seeds.
Also 100 toi* Coe's Superphosphate of Lime, 70»f
I barrels Lodi i'oudrette, tiuano. Ac., together with ι·,
I large assortment of all kinds of
Farming Toole,
WHOLESALE AM> RETAIL.
Portland Agricultural Warehouse anit
SEED STORK,
Old City llnll Building, Portland,
mclftj eod'imL w2m41
Rail Road Bond*.
HOLDERS of til.· «ecuud morte»)» Bond» oft) y
Keuucbec and Portland H»IIro«d Co.. with «
tlie interest coupons thereon due on the 16th of Ο*
tober, 1862, are hereby requested to deposit the earn
in my hands, for which receipts will be given an \
hereafter exchanged for certificates of stock in t! ·
Poutla mu A Kknnkbbc Kaiuroad, (a neic orrjai
ization,) as soon as the books and certificates can \\
prepared, in accordance with a vote of said Compa
ny, Mov.S, Ifcfi. J. S. CL'SHINli,
Treasurer Portland A Kennebec Hailroad.
Augusta, Dec. 16,1863. declS dtf
MISCELLANEOUS.
VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE^ FOR SALE !
fllWO LOTS OF LAND, adjoining the Lot on tho
A westerly coruer of Congre»» aiut Franklin St».
One on franklin Street, fifty-six feet front aud one
hundred and six feet deep,contaiuingô.51> feet. The
other, on Congre»» Street, fifty-six feet front, and
•evonty-five feet deep, containing 4,2.4 feet.
A Leo,
LOT OF LAND on Congress Street.(Munjoy) with
one story house thereon. Said Lot is fiity-six feet on
Congress Street, and extends to Monument Street,
(keeping the same width) two hundred and forty feet,
fronting Water cille Street, containing about 13,500
feet.
For plane of the above Lots, terms, kc., enquire of
mchlD tf JOHN C. PROCTER.
Eaton Boarding School Tor Boy*,
KENT'S HILL. KEADrixLn, Maine.
(Kfttablintied A. D. lSWi.)
TIIE Summer Session of this School will com
mence on Mouday, May 11th, 1863, and continue
twenty weeks.
Please send for a Circular.
11. M. EATON it SON, Proprietors.
Α. II. EATON. Principal.
, Assistant.
Kent's illll, Me., March 31,1863 ap2 d3w
Copartnership Wotice.
WE, the undersigned, have this day formed a Co
partnership under the style "of SIIOHT &
WATERHOUSE. to carry on tho retail Drug and
Apothecary Business, and have taken the store
recently occupied by Α. Γα usons, M. D., corner of
Cross aud Middle Streets.
W. E. SHORT, Jr.,
CI1AS. K. WATER HOUSE.
Portland, March 23, 1863.
1 have sold my interest in the Drug business to the
above named firm, to whom I most cheerfully rec
ommend my frieuds and customers
ap8 d3w ' A PARSONS, M. D.
______
THE undersigned would respectfnllv inform his
friends and the public, that he has removed from
No. 14 (to No. 1."»!» St. next
door above Messrs. Emery and Waterhouee. where
may be (onnd a General Assortment of
Drug*. Mfdlrlnen, Paint!», Oils,
Λ>ΥΕ STUFFS, Ac.,
at Wholesale and Retail. The former patrons, and
the public generally, are respectfully invited to call
as above. SAM l'EL HOLFE.
Port laud, March 18, 1863. TuTh&Seow3m40
Copartiier»hi|» Kotlrr.
GC. TYLKR. of the late Arm of TYI.EK k
• BUCK Ν AM. having formed a copartnership
with T. F. LAMB, formerly of Minot. w II continue
the manufacturing and wholesale business ot Boots.
Shoes, Rubber· and Findings at the old stand, 31 and
33 U ufon street, nnder the name of
TV LKK de L AM II,
Mr Lamb, who ha* had many rear* experierc* in
the manufacturing business, Mil! (five his attention
to that department. TVLKK * LAMB.
Portland, April 1. 1833
The business of the late· firm of Tyler & Bucknam
will he «etth-d 1>\ the uuderwigned.
apr3 —dIw TVLKK ft LAMB.
JnnieN K. Fernald,
merchant tailor,
Ν ο. Θ7 M Ultlle Street,
HA» JU«T 1KCK1VED
NEW GOODS
κοκ
Gentlrinrn's mid Bo)V Garments.
Hi*present facilities enable him to give hid custom
ere
ELEGANT GARMENTS
at a« low price» a* any In New Knjrland.
iiw arrangements are now completed for the
Boy»' Department, .
and customers can select from a nice stock of mate
rial·*, and have tttein cut or made in the latest ?tyle
Employing none but the b«*st workmen in his Cut
ting and Manufacturing department, his customer·
can rely npou
ELEGANT GARMENTS, AT FAIR TRICES.
His Stock of
FURNISHING GOODS,
embrace* everything Λ"Κ W·' and DESIRABLE.
me hi» 3md&weow38
New Store! New Goods!
ο
PETER B. FROST,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Having been with James E. Fernald forthcten
^•ars past, has now opened a new ana elegant store
JOSE'S NEW BLOCK,
No. 01 EKCHCVGF. STKEET,
Second door above B. k N. A. Ε χ pre.** office, (near
ly opposite the Postoffice,) where he will be happy to
meet uis new friends and former customers, lie has
just purchased an entirely new stock of
CLOTHSΣ
Adapted to the Soring and Summer trade, and begs
to assure those who may give him a call, that he will
spare no pain·» to give them perfect satisfaction in
tittin?, workmanship, and price.
I'articular attention given to the cattingand man
ufacturing of Boys' Clothing.
ΙΤΆτ. Frost haviutf had large experience in tho
manufacture of Armv and Navy Clothing, is prepar
ed to execute all orders at the shortest notice.
inarcl»3 —3tn deodfcweow88
DE. WALTER R.JOHNSON
DENTIST,
Dent res to call the attention of persons in want of
artificial teeth, to one of the greatest improvements
η that department of dentistry, latelv invented by
him lie would be happy to explain >ta advantages,
and «how specimens of it, to any who may favor him
with a call. He alao continues to ât toot η on Gold,
Silver and Vnletaite Rubber. l'««th ailed by him
are warranted to he as uxelal and durable as if they
had never decaved.
art MBce Congress street, two doors west of
New City Hall and Court House. feU6 eod2m
Cï3
«ν ilui ι* orsi iur ι ostiveiM»** ;
Il VERY Phvsician will toll you to use theORIEN·
J Γ A L FRUIΓ PASTE—com pound of Figs, Senna,
Pruned, ami other tropical fruits—a sure cure for
Piles. Price V> cent# per box. Sold by
LURING, Dkuooibt, Exchange St.
Are you Billion* this Spring!
(«et a bottle of Loring's FLUID EXTRACT OF
DAXDRLIQX. It cured hundred· last spring.
Price 25cents. Prepared and sold bv
LORlrfG, Druggist,
jan29 eod6m Cor. Exchange and Federal St*.
Valuable Real Estate Tor Kale.
M THE Three Story Dwelling House and Lot,
No. 27 York street—the lot containing about
12,000 feet of land ; the house well ttnished
and in good order. For sale on reasonable terme,
or would be exchanged for a good modern built
house. in a good location.
For further particular* inquire of
JOHN C. PROCTER.
Lime Stroet, adjoining the Post Office.
fol»23 dtf
WAR CLAIM AGENCY.
9100 Bounty Money, Bark Pay,
And Ι'ηηκϊοη*.
THE undersigned is prepared to obtaifi from the
United States Government, S100 Bounty Money,
Back Pay. Ac., for heir· of Officers or Soldiers dying
in the U. 8. service.
Invalid Pensions,
Established for Officers and Soldiers, wounded or
disabled bv sickness contracted while in the service
of the United States, in the liue of duty.
Ponelons
Procured for widows or children of Officers aud Sol
diers who have died, while in the service of the Unit
ed States.
Prize Money, Pensious, Bounty and Back Pay col
lected for Seamen and their heirs.
Fevis, for each Pension oMaiued, Five Dollars.
All Claims against the Government will receive
prompt attention.
Post Office address
SETH E. BEED1
Augtuta, Me*
( Office No. 9 State House. )
RBFKUKWCK*:
Hon. Lot M Morrill, Hon. Joseph B. Hall,
U.S. Senate, Sec'y of State
Hod. James G. Blaine, Hon. Nathan Dane,
septtdfcwHtf StateTreasurer.
MEDICAL.
MORE TESTIMONIALS !
MRS. MANCHESTER
IS constantly receiving unsolicited Testimonials
of the astoniihing cures performed by her.
Among many recently received are the following,
which are commended to the notice of the afflict
ed. Mrs. Manchester may be consulted at the
Preble House, Portland, Rooms Nos. 40 and 41.
Another verv bad Case of Fits cured by
Mrs· Manchester.
Thinking a statement of my case may be of
some benefit to others similarly affected, I will
give it to the public : Some years ago I was at
tacked with spasms, and had them often ; final
ly they became very hard Fits ; I would have
them at any time and in any place, fchave been
to a number of physicians, and all to no pur
pose. I grew worse until I was almost unfit for
any business. I came to the conclusion to call
on Mrs. Manchester, through a friend's persua
sion. I did call on her. She gave me a satis
factory examination in every particular—she j
told me that she could cure me, but that the pro
cess would be slow. I commenced taking her
medicine; the disease gradually lessened, no
having the fits so often or as hard. Finally ray
general health gained in the meantime, and for
several months I have not had any of the fits,
and can truly say that I think Mrs. Manchester
has been my benefactor. For further particu
lars call on me at my residence, 88 State street.
M. T. Libby.
Portland, Λογ. 10, 1802.
One of thf» g re "test C ures on Record.
Mrs. Manchester—Dear Madam :—Think
ing a statement of my case may be of service to
others similarly afflicted, I hasten to give it to j
you.
This is briefly my case—I was taken sick about
18 months ago with the Liver Complaint iu a
very bad form. I applied to four different phy
sicians, but received uo benefit uutil I called on
you. At that time I had given up business, and
was in a very bad state, but after taking your
medicine for a short time I began to recover,and
in two months I was entirely well, and had gain
ed several pounds of flesh, and can truly say
that by your skill I am a perfectly healthy man
Boston if Maine Depot, Portland, Me.
Liminotox, July 10th.
This is to certify that I have been cured of
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and Female Weak
ness, by Mrs. Manchester, after I had been giv
en up by twelve or fifteen physicians ; and when
I commenced taking her medicine I was so weak
that I could not bear the least food on my stom
%ch; but in a very short time I began to recover,
and have rapidly regained my health, and am
now going on a long journey. I would heartily
recommend all invalids to go and see her above
all other physiciaus. Abby L. IIiugi.ns.
I wish to Bay to the public generally that I
called on Mrs. Manchester with a child of mine
that had fits, and bad had them for five years;
I carried him to a great number of physicians,
but they all did him no good, and he finally
grew worse. I took him to Mrs. M. ; she ίΜύ
me what his complaint was, and how he was
while in the fits,and told me she could cure him,
and she has, for he has never had but two fits
since, and before that he had them every night
Abby J. Brown.
Portland, June 2d.
Poktlasd, May 7th, 1862.
I wish to say for the benefit of my fellow citi
lens, that 1 have been cured of a cough of twen
ty years' standing, have tried various remedies,
and a number of physicians, and I must truly
say that I have ne*er got any relief until I call
ed on Mrs. Manchester, and in one month I was
relieved of it.
[Signed] T. L. Richards,
S. U. Richards.
mch20 eod& w8m40
JUNCTION OF FREE ASH MIDDLE STS.,
DKALKB IK
Fine Chemicals, Pure Drugs,
GENUINE MEDICINES,
IHLISH. FRENCH AH AlERICtN PERU MEKV,
AND FANCY GOODS. ,
APOTHECARIES' GLASS WARE, FOR Ε fOS
LEECHES. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS,
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS. BRACES,
ELASTIC STOCKINGS, fc.
ALSO
VARNISHES, PAINTS, OILS,
AND DYE-STUFFS,
KEROSENE OIL, LARD OIE,
And all other articles usually kept iu a Drug and
Paint establishment.
rr stat* A rent for DAVIS k KIDD'S MAG
NETO-ELECTRIC MAC'HINKS. eodAwtoctl
Eclectic Medical Infirmary.
το theTadies.
DR. HUG Π ES particularly in vit en all Ladies who
need a medical adviser, to call at hie rooms, No.
6 Temple Street, which they will ûud arranged for
their especial accommodation.
Dr. II.'s Eclectic Renovatiuu Medicines are uurival
led in efficacy and superior virtue iu regulating all
Female Irregularities.' Their action is specific and
certain of producing relief in a short rim»».
LADIES will tin α it invaluable in all cases of ob
structions after ail other remedies have been tried in
vain. It is purely v^etable, containing nothing in
the least injurious to the health, and may be taken
with perfect safety at all times.
Sent to any part of the eountrv with full directions,
by addressing t>K. HUGHES,
No. 5 Temple Street, corner of Middle. Portland.
Ν. B.—LADIES desiring may consult one of their
owusex. A lady of experience in constant attend
ance. ]ulldawtf8
Gray Beards, Attend Γ
AFTER Twenty Years'experience, and year· of
experiment, I have at last found the
Boat Dyo 2
For coloring Hair in the world. I say it boldly, and
mean it.
I do not wish to sell it to any rebel, or rebel ay m
pathizer.
Agents oan be supplied at wholesale prices by ad
dressing
JOHN M. TODD, Portland Me.
I Oct. 23.dftw tf _
FIVE DOLLARS will be given for the detection
and conviction of any person or persons stealing
papers fVoin the doors of our subscribers
dec26 PUBLISHERS OF THE PRESS.
RAILROADS.
International Steamship Co.
EAST PORT, CALAIS * ST. JOHN.
Two Trips a Week I
On and after Thursday, April 9th,
the Steamer New Brunswick, Capt.
Κ. B. Winchester, and .Steamer For
est City. Capt. J. J. Macomb, will leave Railroad
Wharf, foot of State St.. every Monday and Thurs
day, at 5 o'clock P. M., for Eastport and St. John—
connecting at Kastport with Steamer <^neen for Rob
Ineton, St. Andrew» and Calais,and at St. John with
Steamer Emperor frr Windsor and Halifax, Nova
Scotia.
Through ticket.* will be sold by the agents and
clerks on board the steamers, at reduced rates.
Returning, will leave St. John every Monday and
Thursday mornings, at 8 o'clock for Êastport, Port
land and Boston.
ap7 tf C. C. EATON, Agent.
ANDilOHCOUGIN RAILROAD·
SPUING ARRANGEMENT.
On and after Moîîdat, April β, 18β3,
[trains will leave Portland for Lewiston
via Bruu*trtck, at 1.00 and 8.15 P. 31.
Leave Portland for Farmington.via Brunswick, at
I.00 Ρ 31
Leave Farrnington for Bath and Portland,9.10 a.m.
Leave Lewiston for Bath and Portland 0.00 and
II.40 A M.
staoe cowwacrioxa.
Stage leaves Strickland's Ferry Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays, for Livermore, Canton, Pern
anil Dixfleld; returning opposite days.
Stage leaves Farrnington for New* Vineyard, New
Portland and Kingfield, on Wednesdays and Satur
days, returning on Mondays and Fridays.
Stage* leave Farrnington daily, for Strong, Avon
and Phillips.
Passengers lor this route will take the cars at the
Portland, Saco k Portsmouth, or Kennebec k Port
land Depots, in Portland. S. W. Κ A TON, Sup't.
Farrnington April 1. 1863. ap6 dtf
KE3NFBFC AM) PORTLAND R. R.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Commencing April O, 1863.
I "UiV i'fffî8*1 Passenger Trains will leave daily,
•gSPffgHS (Sundays excepted) as follows :
Augusta lor Bath. Portland and Boston,at 6.80 and
11.15 A M . connecting at Brunswick with trains on
the Androscoggiu Railroad for Lewiston, Farming
ton. kc.
Portland for Bath and Auerusta at 1 00 Ρ M.. con
necting at Brunswick with the Androacoggin R. R.
trains for all stations on that road : and at Aueusta
with the Somerset k Kennebec Railroad for Watcr
ville. Kendall's Mill· and Skowhegan ; and at Ken
dall's Mills for Bangor. 1er.
Portland for Bath and Augusta at 8.15 P. M.
Tickets sold in Boston for all the stations on the
Kennebec k Portland, Androscoggin, and Somerset
k Kennebec RojMl.
STAflK rOWMECTIO**.
Stages leave Bath dailv lor Rockland at 9.00 A.M.
and 3 00 p. 3!
Leave Au?usta for Rockland at 9 00 A.M. Augus
ta for Bella-it, at 4.00 P. 31
Β H. crSHMAX,
Manager and Superintendent.
Augusta. April 6, 18β3. ap4
York A. Cumberland Katlroad.
SI'M MRU Α Κ Κ Α Ν < ι Κ M ΚΝΤ.
On and ifler Monday, April flth. 1*68,
[traîne will leave a* follow·, uutil further
order» :
Leave Saco River for Portland at 6.16 and 9.00
A.M. and 3 30 Ρ M
Leave Portland for Saco River at 7.45 A. M.t and
2 00 and Ρ M
The 2 00 p. M train out, and ths 9 00 A.M. train
into Portland, will be freight train» with passenger
car!* attached.
6 tages connectât Sacearnppa daflr for South Wind·
ham. Windham Centre and Great Fall*.
At (jortiain. for West Gorhaw. Mandish, Steep
Fall·. Baldwin, Sebago, Bridgtou. Ilirain, Liming
ton. Cornish. Denmark. Brown Held Lovell, Prye
bnrc and Conway, Hartlett, Albany. .iackMin and
Eaton. Ν. II.
At Ituxton Centre, for WeM Buxton.Bonny-Eagle,
South L»«uiartou« Luuington and Limerick.
At Saco River, iri-weekly, for Hollls, Limerick,
OwipM, New field. P^raoo'stietd, Effingham,)- reedom,
MadUon, Eaton. Cornish, Porter, Ac.
apl dtf DAN CaKPRHΓΕΚ. Sup't.
Τ II Κ Ο 1'(ill TICKETS
■ -gm —t«—
NKWYOUK,
Philndrl|ihia.Ballinaorr sr Waakiaglsa
Travellers may secure Through Ticket· ( from Port
land by Rail or Steamer) to
New York.
I'hilad>'lphin,
Baltimore*
Or WaahiafftOB,
Via the Stoxinoto* or Norwich Κογτ*·. or the
Worcester * SPKixortKLi> or Shore Ll*κ*—con
necting with either of the regular τ rain··.leaving Bos
ton at 7.8 30 and 11 10 a. m . and at 2.15, 5.30and 9.30
p.m. tor the South aud West.
Business in »u and all travellers ( Ladies especially)
will tiud it a great advantage to secure their Tickets
at this Agency.
OFFICE WESTERN TICKET AGENCY,
31 Exehnege St·· (up stairs).
W . D. LITTLE, Agent·
mchll dfc w39
Proposal»· for Fresh Beef.
SKA LED Proposals will be received by the under
signed. at Augusta. Me., until the 6th dav of
April, 18»i3. at δ o'clock P. Μ.» for supplies of Fresh
BEEF to be delivered at Camp '* Abraham Lincoln*'
near Portland, Maine, lor three mouth· from date
ot contract, or such less time as may be designated
by the Commissary General. The Beef to be furnish
e<l must he of good and wholesome quality, cut and
sawed, (neck and shanks excluded) aud delivered at
such times ami iu such quantities, from time to time,
as shall be designated bv the Acting Assi tant Com
missary of Subsistence. 'I'lie uudersigued reserves the
right to reject an ν a«id all bids deemed unsatisfacto
ry. Endorse " Proposals for Fresh Beef."
rilos. C. J BAILY.
Capt 17th Infantry. A. A. C. 8.
Ilead Quarter» Volunteer tteeruitinq Sert tee, I
ΑυοΓβΤΑ, Mie , March 81, 18C3. I
apl tape
Gentlemen's Dress Hats.
SPKIXIi Wlilj ST V LES,
PATENT ELASTIC CUSHION !
AUo, a irreat variety of new style CAPS, which
can be found at
PERRY'S Fashionable Hat Store,
151 Middle Street.
Collate and Cap* made to order.
Portland, March 21. 1**®. d4w
W arren's Improved Fire
avd
WATER-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION
AND
(iKAVEL ROOFING.
ELIAS HER3EY Agent,
Office, No· β Union Street.
REFERENCES.
Win. W. Thomae, C. Κ k L. E. Proet,
St. John Smith, S. C. Chase & Co.,
John B. Brown, T. 4 J B. Cummin*·.
A.& S. E. Spring, ( umimng» Λ Brock,
John Mumey, T. E. Stuart,
William Mouiton, Geo. Worcester.
J B. Carroll, Win. C. .Mean».
mch12 d8m
More Fire Proof than any
OTHER SAFE.
BECAUSE—The content* are
protected at every point, with a
uon-conductiuif euhgtance !
Have more Fire-l'roof Filling !
Art* more evenly tilled !
The wall· are thicker*
■ Built of thicker wrought iron !
Are uuequalled in Material of
which they are built '
lu care and manner of putting
together and tilling !
Can be made to any eize!
Are Drv !
Cannot be blown open !
Till' nARL4!Ut PATENT,
MAXUPACTCBBl) BY
Tremont Safe and Machine Company.
Cba&li9 Bcrby, Treaa
ASSOX HARDT. Agent.
Warehouse, 32 School Slrrrl, Boston.
H. L. 13 AVIS,
53 Exchange Street - - - Portland,
ftbïo ΑΙίΕλΤ FOU MAINE. eodgw
INSURANCE.
Arctic Fire Insurance Co.,
NEW YORK.
CJTATEMEIfT of the condition of the AttrTTr
^ FIRE INSURANCE COof New York, on the
first day of January, A L>. 1863, made to the State
of Maine, pursuant to the statute of that State.
NAME AND LOCATION.
The name of this Company is the Arctic Fir· In
surance Company, incorporated July 16th, 1863, and
located iu the City of New York.
CAPITAL.
The Capital of said Company, actually
paid up in cash, in 8260.000 00
The surplus ou the 1st day of Jan., 1863, 54.526 11
Total amount of capital and surplus, §8o4,528 11
ASSETS.
Cash in St. Nicholas Bank and in office, 920,365 68
Loans on bonds and mortgages.( being first
lein of record on unincumbered real
estate in New York and Brooklyn,
worth at least 1394,500) and on which
there is less than one year's interest due
and owing, 193.182 60
Loans on stock* and bonds, payable on
demand.!market value of securities bold
as collateral §10.975) «.280 00
United .states Stock» and Treasury notes,
market value, 3&.2I2 50
Real estate, unincumbered, 14,549 66
Interest actual I ν due and nnpaid, 6*6 00
Interest accrued but not due, 7,095 19
Cash in hands of Agents «ud in course of
transmission from Agents, 8.990 80
Bills Receivable for premiums on Inland
Risks, aud other items, 11,079 14
Cash premiums uneoi.ected on policies is
sued at office, 2 106 75
•314.506 11
LIABILITIES.
Amount of losses adjusted, du·· and unpaid, 92,768 60
Amount of losses incurred aud in process
of adjust m«Mit, 6,925 00
Amount of I oases reported, on which no
actiou has b»>en takeu None.
Amount of claims for losses resisted by
the/ ompany. 4,150 00
Amount of dividends declared, due and
unpaid. None.
Amount of dividends, either cash or scrip,
declared but not yet due. None.
Amount of money borrowed. None.
Amount of all other existing claims
agaiust the Company, None.
Total am't of iotses.claims and liabilities, 912,843 60
Total amount of risks in force. 99,200,111 00
Stati or Nrw York. » ft«
County of New York (
J.Milton .Smith, President, and Vincent Tilvou,
fc»crr»tary of the Arctic Fire Insurance Company,
beiuif duly sworn, depose and sav, and each tor him
self* say·, that they are the above described officers
of the said Companv, and that thi· fore join* state
■Ml h a feme, tall an ι eorreet stateiont <>f th»» con
dition of the said Company on tho thirtv-flrst dav of
December last, accordi-ig to the best or their infor
mation, knowledge and belief.
J MILTON SMITH. President.
V. TILYOl", Secretary.
Sworn to before me this seventeenth day of March,
A. D. 1863. Cha*. Bakmbcroh.
Notary Public.
The undersigned. re«pectfblly asking the attention j
of hi·* friends and the public to the above statement, .
solicit* for the Arctic Fire Insurance Co., of New
York, the tame coati ienee and patronage so gener- '
ouslv bestowed upon the other instituions repre
sented by him. Security, prompt and liberal settle
ment all In*se», is guaranteed.
Policies issued on ail the usual hazards by
Fire and Inland Navigation,
and th* especial attention of merchants and others
requiring frequent and short Insurances or floating '
risks ι* invited to the facilities and economy of the
open Fire Policies from this office.
Farm and Real Property insured for terms one to
Are years, at low rates.
WM. H. FOYE, General Agent,
OMre, 3 noulton Sirwt,
l'ortl.nd, April 7, 1843. Pobtlaud, Mb.
JOH.\ E. DOW*9
Marine, Fire ft Life Inrarance Agency. I
ΤIIΕ sab*crib*r wishes to call attention to hi* facil
ities for M ARISE, FIR*, and LTFK IN SC.
RASCE. He has the Agencv 0f M>vrn of the sound
est sud safest Fir»· Insurance Com pane* iu New Eng
land, having a Capital aud Surplus of over
Fifteen Millions of Dollars !
and cau take on any 09e desirable Fire Risk.
βιοο,οοο.
Also I» Agent for the
Commercial Mutual Marine I·»· Co.,
of New York—an old and established Company,
having a capital and surplus of One Million Dollar*, I
|Mkjtag back to IN# assured from 20 to 3 » per cent,
yearly. Also is the Agent of the
.Etna Life Insurance C ompany,
of Uartford, Coon - an old and reliable Company
with large a««etts Tnis Company do«»s bu-iness on
the Stock aud Mutual principle, aud has better in
ducement* for in*uring Lives than any other Com·
panv. rtiis Co. has large assetts. and a world wide ι
reput at iou.
Parties wi«hing»ith Marine.Fire or Life Insurance,
wonld do well to call upon the subscriber. His Com·
Kauies pay all Losses, if fair and honorable ones, at :
is Agency, in Portland—if not fair and konetrahle, >
they are sure to be contested.
join E. DOW,
29 Exchange St. - - - - - Portland. Xe.
inch 13 eodbm
THE PORTLAND COLLEGE,
LOCATED I*
Clapp'a Hlonk Congress St Γ
HAS just been added to Bryant, Strattow A
Co.'s Chain of Commercial Colleges, establish
ed «η New York. Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Albany,
Trov, Buffalo, Cieaveland, Detroit. Chicago, S t. Lou
is, Providence, and Toronto, C. W
The object of these Co-leges is to impart to Young
Μ ·ιι and Ladies thorough aud practical instrucrion
11. ROOK-ΛA. A o/v ; coMHKKctAl 1 1 ir COM '
MKRCI 4L 4RITH Μ Κ TIC.* Ρ Κ S IK HI 4 S Β (SI
XESS, /'A V IM.Vn////». CORRESP'»\hKX*'K,
fC., and to Ht them for an ν department of business
thev inav choose. Scholarship* issued in Portland j
will entitle the «tudeut to comp'ete his course in any
College of the chain, and rire verra, without sddi- ;
tionafcharge. The College is open IJav and F.v-niiig.
R M WORFUINUTON, Retid >t Principal.
For further information please call at the College, :
ormd par Catalogne iwl circular, inclosing letter !
stamp. Address
BRYANT, STRATTON A WORTHÏNGTON,
feb2 Portland, maimc dAwly
BROWN'S
Portland Commercial College.
LOCATED 1*50 in the Hanson Block. No. 1«1 Mid
dle street. The room- have recently been made
la w. Mud fluvMM «1 mtljr, ami ar.· the ino«t plea-ant
iu the city. One separate room for Ladie·. I pre
sent mv thank* lor the extensive patronage, and
promise a* in the past, tu»jmûh.i shall be spared in the
future. I have removed from No. 1Ή to 1Λ1 Middle
street. Tin· Principal ha- had 20 years' experience.
Diplomas will be given to those Ladies and tïentle
men who pas· through thorough courses for Ac
countants. Terms will be reasonable My Institu
tion is a branch of the Hon. Bartlett'· Commercial
College. Cincinnati, Ohio, the first and oldeet in the
United states. My teaching and plan· arc mtuhrn,
and the most improved and approved. as the 4r$t
c/'S#* bus in··** men have and wilitestifv.
jy* f*ri*ctici%Hg tnuykt.%* follows : — Book-Keeping.
Navigati nt. Commercial Law. Native. Kueines· and
Ornamental Writing. Commercial Arithmefie. Cor- ]
respondent^·, Card Marking, kc. Tetchini from
priuted writing copies and text books are avoided, j
Kaeh student receive· separate instruction. Intri
cate Account· adju-ted Certain evening· «rill be
devoted to Late Lecturr», if expedieut.
li would refer to a recommendation from
his Stud«nte of this city who are acting a· business
men. accountants, kc . containing above four hun
dred signatures. a part of which mav be seen in print
in the hall at the entrance to hi· Rcome. a few of
which are as follows
Wo have been taught by actual experience, that
the m**tbod of instruction pursued by Mr R. N*.
Brown, of tliiseity. in teaching the ari of Writing,
and the complicated eerie· of Book Keeping. has
been eminently successful, and we take pleasure in
publicly acknowledging our indebted nee· to him for
whatever skill and facilitv in adjusting account· we
may now posses·
Philip Henry Brown. Jas. Olcutt Brown. Staahen
H. Cummings. W W Thomas, Jr., Samuel Chad
wick. Augustus Cummings, Jason Berry, John M.
Russell. Fred. A Prince. John H Hall, lieorge E.
Thompson. John B. Covle.Jr., Fred. II. Small, John
M. Stevens, and 300 others.
tlTfhe services ot a vSea Captain is secured to
teach Navigation, who has had 40 years experience
as a practitioner. ftM dk w8mg8
INSURANCE.
IF YOU INTEND
Insure your Lilfe
BE tare to examine the ay ate me of the rtrioU
Companies before y on do ao.
Having been Agent for 90 YEARS for the old
Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
OP MEW YORK,
Cash Fcwd now moritiai
SO,000,000 (nine mill!·· dollar*)*
all Invented in the bent *ecuritiea at 7 per cent, inter·
e»t,(tcith ntpremium tide9) for the benettt of the
Policy holder», I particn arly invite every peraoa
proposing to injure, to examine the ayajem of thli
great Institution, which ha* distributed more than
4,600,000 among widow* and orphanairinee IM8.
This Company gare *4,000 to the U. 9. Sanitarn
CnmmietUtn rhe last year, lor the benefit of the tick
and wnuruUd soldier» of the Union army.
The DividendM all go to the inaared.and add larg··
ly to the valaeof the Policie· every year.
W. D. LITTLE, Agcit, -
Office - - - 31 Exchange Street.
JOHN W. MONGER A SON,
niBHE, FIRE * LIFE
INSURANCE,
So. 166 Fore Street, Portland.
iVfarine Insumnce.
fillip itiderai<ned would respectfully nofifv the
I. Public that thev arpprepan>d to take Μ A ft Ι* Β
KhRl on Ship», frirques, Brig», Schooner*. Qr*
(j"*» and Freight» per vnva."·, at current rate·, to
ang P'irt nf the tctrfd. Partie* d*** ring Insurance
wilrdud it for their in ter eat to CALL.
HULL RISKS
To any amount—placed in re*poa*ible OAeae.
War BMu Take·.
FIRE IXStJKAffCE,
IT
Springfield Pire and Marine In*. Co.,
SPRINGFIELD, MASS.
Caih Capital and Snrpln. Jin 1. 1*» MM.fl·
City Fire Insurance Company,
NEW HA VEX. CON*.
Caab Capital aad Sarpla· Dm 1. IMS. ...
Howard Fire Insurance Company,
BOSTON. MASS.
Cub Capita! and Surplus Jfov. 1, 1M1..
Eliot Fire Insurance Company,
BOSTON. MASS
Ca»h Capital and Surplo· Not. 1, IM ..
Merchant·' Insurance Company,
PROVIDENCE. R. I.
Caah Capital and gurplaa Not. JO, IM ..
American Insurance Company,
PROVIDENCE. R 1.
Cash Capital and surplus Doc 81, 19Λ.... 0218,904
Atlantic Fire and Marine Ins. Co.,
PROVIDENCE, R I.
Cash Capital and Surplus Dec. 1, 1883
Policies issued against Ιο-ts or damaf· by Fir·, for
any amount wanted. Ri*ks taken on Dwelling
Houses from one to live y ««an».
LIFE IXSURAXCE.
Mew England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
BOSTON.
Assetta orer «.400.000
Massachusetts Mutual Life In·. Co.,
SPRINGFIELD. MASS.
Assetta over ΜΟΟΛββ
WAR RISKS TAKEN.
ehi drodly w3*39
LITTLE'S
Fire & Life Insurance Agency.
Matablifdii'd in 1^40.
OFFICE - - - 3ft EirHattfe Street·
HAVING the Arenc* of the following well know·,
ol«l and re iabl·* office*. I am prepared to take
all good KIKE RISKS, at the lowest ratee of other
sound Com >a ii-<, and * >licit a continuance of the
patronage of the public.
Phanix Insurance Company,
OF HARTFORD. CONN.
Cash Capital and Surplus $600,000
Western Massachusetts Insurance Co.,
OF Pirrsi lELD, MASS
Caah Capital and Surplus OSS,000
City Fire Insurance Company,
OF UAKTt'OKD. CO>2l.
Cash Capital aud Surplus 0880,000
Merchant·' Insurance Company,
OK HARTFORD. CO>>.
Cash Capital and Surplus 9160,000
North American Fire Insurance Co.,
OF HARTFORD, COJCN.
Caah Capital and 3a rplu· MM.600
Manhattan Vire Insurance Company,
of xew York city.
Cash Capital and Surplus 9175,000
Thame* Fire Insurance Company,
or NoawricH. cosn.
Cub Capital and Sarp!·» 9180,000
Atlantic Mntnal Insurance Company,
or exki eh, M. u
Capital S 104,000
Portsmouth Mutual Inturaneo Co.,
OF PORSMOUTH. X. U. ,
Capital «100.000
Rockingham Mutual Insurance Co.,
OF EXETER. X H.
Capital S1M.OOO
Dwelling*. Sroaaa. Uihohaûdiii, Hoc·».
BOLB FotitTûil, and other Kood property iu th·
oitr, or oountrv town*, insured on highly fkroraW·
terms for one. three or jive year».
▲11 lossei promptly m y u» ted at my office
w. D. LITTLE, Agcal.
mchl? d*w8#
l'^or California.
-M PaMaqb Ticket· for th* Steamer·
wfllnc from Nt-w York, on the lit,
ll'h. 21«t of each month, may bo ·#»
cured by early application to,
W.D. LITTLE· Afeal.
OFFICE SI Exchange Street.(Up Stair·.)
mcbll dftwtt W
X. ι. !
Book, Card & Fancy Printing
ΝΚΛΤΙ.Υ EXECUTED
AT THE OFFICE OF THE FRESi.

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