MATTERS ABOUT TOWN.
Municipal Court—Jane 25.
Michael Cunningham was convicted of a
single sale of iutoxicating liquor, and was
fined ten dollars and costs. Refusing to pay
up, he was committed to jail.
Mary Aim Kane, for larceny of two bed
quilts, of the value of eight dollars, from Chas.
E. Smith, was sentenced to sixty days impris
onmeut in the county jail.
Tiieatkk.—This evening is set apart for a
complimentary benefit to that charming ac
tress Miss Kate lieignolds. The request for
such a benefit is signed by some of our prom
inent citizens, as will be seen by the adver
tisement in another column. The success
which this talented lady has met with in this
city, has been unprecedented. She came here
with the Intention of remaining but one week,
but has played "/our w eeks, every night, to
large and enraptured audiences. It was
thought becoming that a complimentary liene
flt should be offered her. The performances
will consist of "The Blind Heiress, or Second
Love" and "Asmodeus." In these plays full
scope is given to show the versatile powers o(
Iu consequence of the great demand for re
served seats, the lower floor will be reserved
aud the charge for admission thereto will be
50 cents. Reserved,seats may be secured to
day at the llall. Application should be made
early this forenoon or the house will be crowd
Union Hall.—We are glad to hear of the
prosperity of the Secoud Universalis! Society,
now worshipping in Union liall, entrance from
Free Street, which has been tastily tilted up,
and now makes a very pleasant place for pub
lic worship. The society, under the tempora
ry ministrations of Rev. F. A. Uodsdon, re
cently of Belfast, is likely to become a perma
nent institution of the city. The Sabbath
School is in a flourishing condition, and the
Sabbath meetings -re well attended.
jjy The band of the 17th U. S. Iufantry
left Fort Preble yesterday afternoon at five
o'clock. Previous to leaving they saluted
Major Audrews and Capt. Wales. They also
saluted the resident» at the Cape by some of
their sweetest music, which was kindly re
ceived and acknowledged. A large num&T of
our citizens assembled on the wharl as the
Forest Ciiy departed for Boston, and cheered
the band, who returned the coinpliii-eut by
playing a few favorite airs.
Capt. Swazey, of brig Lilian, at this
port, reports that she passed off the south
cfiauuel, three United States steamers, cruis
ing there for the Tacony, one each day, the
15th, 16th and 17th insu. It appears that
these steamers kept too far out to sea, while
the Tacony was close in shore among our fish
ing fleet. Unlese she has hauled off, we think
«he must soou be taken by some of tbe vessels
despatched for her.
Merchants' Exchange.— Oh and after
Monday next subscribers to the Exchange
will be admitted by ticket or check. This
course is pursued in consequence of large
numbers visiting the rooms, who are well able
to become subscribers, but who seem to be un
willing to pay anything for the support of so
excellent an institution. Subscribers are re
quested to call on Mr. Rich and obtain checks.
A Caj»d.—The Band of the 17th United
States Infantry desire to express their hearty
thanks to the citizens of Portland and Cape
Elizabeth, for the many favors received at their
hands, during their sojourn at Fort Treble;
and especially to the ladies and gentlemen who
so kindly aided in securing the success of their
late complimentary concert. t
John Mace did the handsome thing
yesterday morning at the P. S. A P. Depot.—
A young girl whom he had brought to the sta
tion unfortunately had lost her railroad ticket,
and not having more money with her, he
stepped up to the ticket office and bought her
another, and sent her ou her way rejoicing.—
A whole soulcd, accommodating fellow is
JJP The train on the Kennebec & Portland
Bailroad, Wednesday night, came in contact
with a bum containing a gentleman and two
ladies, near the foot of London Hill, in Iial
lowell. The buggy was overturned, and one
of the ladies named Morton, of Augusta, was
jy A large number of 100-pounder Par
rott guns have recently been received at this
port for the forts in this harbor. Wc are not
authorized to state the precise number, but
we feel sale in tendering a warm reception to
any freebooter that may see tit to test the hos
pitality of our people.
PobtlaxL· AthexjciM.—There was so
small an attendance at the annual meeting on
Wednesday evening, it was adjourned to
Wednesday evening, July 8lh,at 7 1-2 o'clock.
or- The clerks of the caucuses to be held
this evening, will oblige us if they will send
the lists of delegates chosen, U> our office, as
early as possible.
or- The Governor and Council have post
poned any action upon the report of the Com
missioner ou the location of the Normal
Schools, until the September session.
Steamer Admihai. Dupont.— This iron
steamer, formerly a blockade runner, which
was seized, taken to Boston and sold by the
Government, and .since christened as above
ha* been running on the Boston and St. John
route, has been taken by the Government and
will be sent outamong the llsbermen, to pro
tect them from rebel pirates and to watch for
marauders. It would be funny if she should
Tall in witl> her former consort—the Gen.
Banks—and bring ber into port to be again
■old, and perhaps re-sold by Boston speculators
for Nassau money to try the efficiency of the
Ul 1 1- "W- - Λ
ν.®·!. υΛίικβ, η will tie remem
bered, was captured while attempting to run
the blockade, sold in Boston, purchased by
parties in that city H'bo disgraced themselves
and dishonored their government by know
ingly selling her for purposes of a most unpa
triotic character. We complain of the Eng
lish shipbuilders for furnishing vessels to be
come Confederate pirates, and we bluster
about the British government for not putting
a stop(ier upon such ur. friendly act*, and yet
in Boston, under the shadow of Bunker Hill
monument, there are those claiming to tie
American citizen, who will do acts equally
reprehensible, and who are constantly ship
ping goods to British ports with a full knowl
edge that they are destined for the porte of the
enemy I When the gallows gets its rights the
population of that city will suffer some, we
fear. But then Boston is "conservative,"
supports the Courier, and prates about the
"Constitution and the Laws."
JiyOf the negroes volunteering in Louisi
ana,more than half are rejected because of dis
ability arising Iroin lashing with whips and
biting of dogs on their calves and thighs. Hun
dreds of them have welts on their backs as
large as one of your largest fingers.
Lee Reported in Maryland with 100,000
Fbkmcmck, M<i., June 25.
Gens. Lee and Longstreet were both at
Winchester on Friday last with 100,000 men.
They intend to cross the Potomac in two days.
Large rebel wagon trains, provision, tents,
At.. were moving North through Hagerstown,
Martinaburg, and Boonsboro ou Sunday fast.
Gen. Khode»' rebel division, 10.000 strong, left
llagerstowu on Tuesday for Chambersburg.
Gen. Johnson's rebel division, 14,000 strong,
with thirteen pieces ol' artillery, crossed to
Shepherdstown oil Sunday. One half of his
force was at Boonsboro on Monday, and left
on Tuesday for the north, and the other half
went to Williiimsport.
The aqueduct at Williamsport has been
blown up by the rebels, and the bridges over
Black Creek, Sleepy Creek. Sir John's Run,
Greensprings Run and South Branch have been
destroyed. One span of the North Branch
bridge has also been destroyed.
It is generally believed that the greater part
of Lee's army lias crossed over into Maryland
since Friday at Antietam, Shepherdstown and
New York, June 25.
The Pine Street News Room has a dispatch
stating that the Philadelphia Inquirer lias a
report that Lee is in Maryland with 100,000
The Baltimore American of yesterday fore
noon say» that there is no longer any doubt
that Lee purposes the renewal of his attempt
of last year to capture Washington by the
Maryland route, and that more sanguinary
battles will lie fought on the Roil of Maryland.
His advance in the Cumberland Valley is
merely for forage and supplies, and he is be
lieved to have no purpose of penetrating to
The American also says It Is i-elleved that
Gen. Hooker will to-day (Wednesday) have a
large force in Frederick county arranged be
1 tween the enemy and Washington and Balti
more. The garrison at Maryland Heights
now form the right wing of Gen. Hooker's
army, and has beeu placed under Ilia com
Τ'ιπι.λιικι.γιιι α, June 25.
The Inquirer of this city has the following
special dispatch, dated at ÎJloody Hun 24th :—
Imhoden's whole rebel force is concentrated at
McConnellsburg was occupied by the rebels
More Rebel Work among the Fiahermen.
Hvaxvis, Cape Cod, June 25.
Λ Wclltleet schooner arrived here last night.
She Itriugs the crews of the fishing schooners
Marengo, Elizabeth Ann, Hufus Cboate and
Hippie, all burned by the Tacony. They re
port that on Monday last the Tacony burnt
the ship Byzantium, Capt. Kobinson, from
London, May 15th, of and for New York, and
the bark Godspeed, Capt. Danton from Lon
donderry, May 20th. for New Vork.—The
crew were all sent to New York in the schoon
er Florence. The Tacony has burned seven
teen vessels since the 12th inst. The Byzan
tium was rated at A 1 1-2, was built at Tlioin
aston, Me., in 1850, and owned by Thomas
Dunham, Es<|. The Godspeed was rated at A
1 1-2, was built at East Haddam in 1854, and
owned by Messrs. Sturges, Ciearman & Co.
Newport R. I., June 25.
The schooner Susau E. Suow has arrived
here, and reports leaving the schooner West
ern Light, of Wellfleet, at 10 o'clock this
morning, with the crews of ten llshing vessels
on l)oard, principally of Gloucester, they hav
ing beeu captured and burnt last night olf
No-man's-land, Vineyard Sound, by the Ta
couy, though the captain says by a rebel
Troops In Defense of Richmond.
New York, June 25.
The Herald's Washington dispatch says
Lee's force is as follows: Ε well's corps
35000; Longstreet's 42000: Stuart's cavalry
18000, and Jenkin's force 30U0. It also says
Kichmond is defended by D. II. Hill's corps,
of 21,000 on the south, and Geu. French on
v·»^ uuitiu mui i«,vw. 1TBVCH UCHVY υΠ£(1(]β
under Gen. Wise is on the York Hiver rail
road. Gen. Case, with two brigades occupy
Hanover Junction, assisted by S.">00 mounted
Texans, captured by us at an Arkansas post
and exchanged. Geo. Jackson commands in
East Tennessee, and has under his command
Gen. Pegrum with 8000 or 10000, which, with
the force in Cumberland Gap region is ex
pected to invade Kentucky.
Swell'· Army of 23, OOO in Maryland.
New Yohk, June 25.
The Times' Army of the Potomac dispatch,
dated 24th, says : Information received to-day
renders it nearly positive that the whole of
Ewell's corps has been transferred into Mary
land. This corps numbers about 23,000 in
fantry and artillery.
Stuart's cavalry range up and down the
Loudon Valley, under the eastern shadows ol
the Blue Hidge. Pleasantou keeps a sharp
lookout for him. and skirmishes occur daily.
The numbcj of prisoners taken in Pleasan
ton's cavalry battles during the past week, is
400, including 20 officers. Among thein are
one Colonel, three Lieut. Colonels, :i Majors,
and the rest are line officers.
The Bloody Affray in Waldo County.
Belfast, Me., June 25.
Grant and Knowles, who shot McKenney,
Chief of Police of this city, on Monday, while
attempting their arrest for horse stealing,
were discovered in the woods yesterday by
three of the posse sent in search of thein.
The diwperadoes resisted, aud a severe and
bloody attray took place. Jenkins of Detroit,
one of the posse, was instantly killed by a re
volver in the hands of Grant, and another
man was wounded. Grant was flually killed
by blows from a rifle, and Knowles wouuded
I.ist ol Kliled and Wounded ut Port Hud.
Is THE 12TII MAIM Uri.iMEST, Col W K. Kim
ball commanding— 2d Brigade, 4tli Division :
Wouuded—Lieut. Col. Kowitt Haley, commanding
regiment, by shell in scalp. Might.
Co A. Corporal 1 ariiugton, hip, slight : Pri
vate* Georg·.· Litiby, in wrist, amputated; A. Gilpal
rick. D. W. lioobier, slight,in hand; llobert McGill,
Co. A. Killed—Private John B. Sweat. Wound·
ed—Private* Κ. B. Crook, John W. Whitehead ; J.
C Mesure, hand, «light; W. K. Kneeland. L. 1*.
Gould; T. II.Toomey, foot. Blight; li l'rescott,
(To. C. Killed—Corp. Mahlon H. Parker. Wound
ed— Private* Win. H. Allen, arm,slight; Clark Stu
art, hand, slight.
Co. K. Wouuded—Privates Aaron Kiohardson,
hip, severe; Melviu li. Keniston. auklo, severe.
o. <1. killed—George W. Lionel), John Casey.
Wounded— Sergeant Dexter li. Brown, shoulder,
severe; Corp. Oeo. L. Watson, abdomen, severe;
Privates Nathauiel Marden, hand and side, slight;
liazeu W. G rover; Kiial Averill, foot, slight; Leon
ard Briggs, shoulder, slight.
Co. If. Killed—Corn. Alonzo Woodwortb; Pri
vates Spencer l>avis,W oodaian l'.Guillord. Wound
ed—Lieut. La t>range Severance, leg, slight; Pri
vates Elijah U. Tibbett*. both legs, severe; Charles
li. Thorn*. abdomen, slight ; Lewis li. Bradbury,
cheeks, slight; Collostin Davis, arm, slight; Levi
Kortier, haud, slight; Thomas 11. Avery, wrist, am
Co. I. Wouuded—Private Adolphe Frietag, leg,
slight; Andrew Williams, William Labcustiern, leg,
slight; John Collins,haud, slight. Missiug—Private
Οι. K. Killed—Private Joseph J. Locke. Wound
ed—Privates Joseph Haddock, body, severe} James
II. Day, arm, slight ; James K. Golf, hand, slight;
David Toomey, head, severe; Alexander Green, leg
IN 14TU Maink Kkuiment, 3d Unmade. 2d Di
Killed—Privates Michael > aJlivan, Co. D; John
Rogers, C; Harmon Walker, K; M. Kenney, II.
Wounded—("apt. <>. W. I ra.-k, Co. K, shoulder
and cbeet, severely ; C'apt. A.F. F. Ilall,Acting Aids
de-camp to Gen. Nickersou, arm; Lieut. Glidden,
Co. F, shoulder; Lieut. Fulton, H, hip and pelvis,
mortally; Serg't Cleaves, D, hip and leg, severely;
Corp'l J. Zimmerman. C; privates ■ Shute, B,
slightly; John Dwier, B, left arm, severely; Timo
thy Ν «ton, C, knee; Martin Barrett, C; James Mc
Ginuis, C, left arm; A. Eldridge, D, finger; Patrick
Kelley, Paul Nude on, G. slightly : Chartes >îack, 11,
lett arm; Serg't James French, K, head, mortally;
privates Nicholas lias* and Henry Bowers, K, arm
la 24th Maixk Bsoimbmt. 6th Brigade. 2d Divi
Corp'l William Oxten, Co. B. arm; privates James
Moore, B, slightlv; John A.Toiraau.C, arm and leg;
Serg't Peter F. McColler, 11, arui; private» Henry
Spauldiug, do, arm, thigh and leg ; Samuel Uacklilf,
Ι» Ιβτ Maine Battkev, 3d Division—CorpΊ T.
B. Cur ran, foot: private Win. Carde, knee; H. W.
Prescott, eye; Win. Kenney, breast and leg.
The house of Joseph Bennet, Esq., of
Denmark, was very much damaged though
not wholly destroyed by fire last Sunday.
Great damage was doue to the furniture in re
moving it, and what remains of the building is
very much injured. In the confusion a son of
F. L. liice, Esq., was struck by some falling
missile on the.head, and a severe but not dan
gt ne wound inflicted.—[Bridgtoo Reporter.
Portland Daily Press.
THE EEBEL ADVANCE INTO PENN
CITIZENS FLEEING TO HARRISBURG.
The Whole Bebel Army Movinç on Harris
burg anil Philadelphia.
Lee's Left Wiug Passed through Hagers
REBELS OCCUPIED McCONN'ELLS
Bl'KU IN FORCE.
Skirmish between the 12th Penn. Cavalry
and the Rebel Advance·
Philadelphia, June 25.
A Ilarrisburg dispatch says Jenkins is at
McCounellsburg. The rebels have ten regi
ments, with artillery and cavalry, on South
Mountain, beyond Gettysburg
Ηλκκμιιγκο, June 20.
2.30 P. M.—During the whole of last night
and up to the present time, long trains of wag
ons, laden with goods and household furniture,
have entered the city. The farmers are flock
ing in with their horses, also any number of
cuuiiaifuuus υ» an ages auu sexes. 1 iiere uru
about 000 contraband» between here and Car
lisle on the way. The Jews and many others
are packing up their goods ready for shipment.
The matter of declaring martial law is under
consideration to prevent all able-bodied men
from leaving the city. This is considered as
the only mode of compiling hundreds of per
sons, whose only desire Is to make money out
of the misfortunes ol their fellow creatures, to
remain and defend the city The rebel col
umn was slowly advancing this morning on
(Special to the Ν. Y. Times.)—At last ac
counts the enemy was within four miles of
Carlisle. Gen. Knipe had his little band, com
prising the 8th and 71et X. Y. infantry and a
portion of the 3d Ν. Y. and 6th Maryland
cavalry, drawn up in line of battle a short
distance west of the town. Kvery one ex
pectod an attack would be made before night,
but for some reason the rebels kept their dis
tance. A train of cars came down this after
noon filled with people escaping from Carlisle.
Among the collection was a large number of
It is enough to touch the most obdurate
heart to see the poor blacks as they 'come to
the common asylum. Several of them walked
the entire distance from Carlisle, and the feet
of many were swollen and bleeding. The
Mayor has issued an order calling upoD the
people to stand firm in this crisis, and prohib
iting the sale of all liquors until further notice.
A regiment of infantry and another of cav
alry passed to the opposite side of Susquehan
na!) this afternoon. The reiiels are advancing
slowly from their position, and if they do not
appear iu too heavy numbers Gen. Knipe will
certainly resist them at Carlisle. At McCon
nellsville the militia ran precipitately. It is
hoped they will do better hereafter.
Latest advices from Carslile, say that the
Τ elegraph Co.'s operator left there this fore
noon, but Uie military operator is still there,
maintaining communication. The repels are
within four miles in force. Their encampment
is in view of the city. Our troops were drawn
up in line of battle nearly all day, expecting
au attack. Gen. Knipe is said to be throwing
up entrenchments there.
Gen. Couch issued an order to-day appoint
ing Col. Coppee, formerly Prof, of Girard col
lege, to collect from official dispatches, all in
lormnuon mai 19 nui coniraoana. Ile 19 lo
make up two dispatches each day, for the use
of the reporters. Col. Coppee has not at
tended to his duties, and consequently there is
not a word of official news by telegraph ftom
this department. There is important news
which ought to be sent, put it can't be got at.
I)a.ltimoke, June 23.
The information received here this uioroing
from Western Marylad is to the following pur
Uen. Lee is said to have passed through
Winchester on Friday. The entire rebel army
was then in motion, claiming to be 100,000
strong. Ewell was at Hagerstown on Mon
day, and hie corps marched on Tuesday for
Pennsylvania. Longstreet's forces were about
crossing the Potomac, and were to be on this
side by Wednesday.
The rebel programme, according to the rep
resentations of a highly intelligent sympathiz
er just from Western Maryland, is that Hill's
forces were to occupy Geo. Hooker's atteution
until the main body of the rebel army were
well on the way, and that the aruiy would
then move rapidly North, having in the mean
while supplied themselves with fresh horses
from Maryland and Pennsylvania. The rebels
expected to capture Harrisburg almost with
out opposition, and move at once on Philadel
phia. This extravagant programme was seri
ously related by the gentleman in question to
a loyal gentleman, who was supposed by the
relator to be rather indifferent to the success
of the Union canse. And the relator further
says that all the rebel officers have been newly
uniformed and equipped, and their advance
forces made to present a very tint- appearance.
Ewell told his men to pay liberally for every
thing, and that, although the people might
turn up their noses at reliel money now, they
would soon be glad to get it. These repre
sentations are sent for what they are worth.
However extravagant and sensation like they
may appear, they area truthful representation
of the hopes and expectations of intelligent
and thinking rebels.
It is reported through various channels that
Gen. Lee and staff crossed the Potomac yes
terday. There are various rumors in connec
tion with the rebel movements, but not suf
llcieutly definite to be worth repeating.
In regard to our own movements, it is suf
ficient to say that our authorities are uot idle.
Washington, Jime 25.
The Washington Republican, in m exjra,
says: "An agent arrived hen· this morning,
wiio left Hagerstown at ti o'clock yesterday
(Wednesday) morning. He saw Ewell's forces,
comprising the lelt wing of Lee's army, pass
through that place. The head of the column
reached Hagerstown on Thursday morning,
and moved directly through to Pennsylvania.
The rear column, understood to belong to Kw
ell, did not pass through the place until that
night. This force was estimated to be from
20.000 to 2."),·)00 strong. The troops did very
little damage besides seizing all the horses
they could Hud.
Onr informant says when he left Hagerstown
yesterday morning, it was understood that
Longstreet was in command of the right wing.
Lee's army was theu crossing the Potomac be
low Williamsport. The main body of A. P.
Hill's forces, comprising the centre of Lee's
army, was understood yesterday U> be some
where between Winchester and Martinsburg,
moving towards the river. To-day, we have
no doubt, from all the Information we have
gaiueieu, me wiioie di r.weil s column is lu
Pennsylvania, uot lar from Chanibersburg.—
The gentleman who saw Ε well's troops say
they had with thein α very large number of
wagous. From this fact it is inferred they in
tend to gather all the supplies they can flud."
McSuoank's Hotel, 14 miles west I
of McConnellsburg, l'a., June 25. (
The rebels in force'entered McConnellsburg
last night at 8 o'clock. The telegraph opera
tor, alter a perilous journey through the
mountain*, reached this place and established
an office. The rebel advance was met by the
12th Penn. cavalry, and a brisk skirmish en
sued. The cavalry was Anally compelled to
retreat liefore superior numbers w ith the loss
of three wounded. Λ regiment of militia un
der Col. liink fell baek it the advance of the
enemy, but an independent company under
Capt. Wallace took its position in the moun
tains, bushwhacking the rebels with great suc
cess. A number of the rebels are known to
have been killed, but the extent of their loss
is unknown. Fears are entertained for the
safety of Capt. Wallace and his company, as
he had uot made his appearance. It is be
lieved be has retreated to the other side of the
mountain. The rebels had wagon trains, and
from appearances they intend that their occu
pation of the valley shall be permanent.
Nkw York. June SB.
Λ special llarrisburg dispatch to the Herald
says the matter of declaring martial law is
under consideration, as being the only mcaus
compelling hundred» to defend the city who
are desirous of making money out of misfor
tunes. The enomy are advancing slowly, and
our forces are cutting down trees, fences, drc.,
and barricading the road to Carlisle.
Λ Carlisle dispatch to the Herald says the
rebels charged 011 our cavalry this forenoon,
the latter falling back slowly and the rebels
following cautiously. The rebels «av they
will destroy the crops in Cumberland Valley,
and have already done so to a great extent.
Two rebel officers were taken prisoners to
All the drinking saloons in Ilarrisburg have
been closed by the Mayor.
Considerable reinforcements have been sent
to Gen. Knipe, who will defend what we now
hold of the Cumberland Valley.
A Ilarrisburg dispatch dated 10 o'clock this
evening says the rebels appear to have coine
to a stand still. Our troops are advantageously
posted. There are no reports of flghtihg to
night. The telegraph is still open to Carlisle.
The rebels are foraging all over the country
he occupies. '
A Carlisle dispatch to the Herald, dated 10
o'clock this evening, says, we do not expect
the enemy here to-night. Ewell's headquar
ters are at Shippenehurc. General Knipe is
obeying instructions and making the best dis
position of his forces. The rebel force is very
strong, and arc feeling along very cautiously.
His cavalry may annoy us before morning, but
it is doubtlu).
GEN. SAUNDEBS' BAID INTO EAST
Oflieial Report of his Depredations.
Cincinnati, June 25.
The following dispatch has been received by
Maj. Gen. Hurnside, frotn the expedition sent
into East Tennessee.
Uumton, June 23, 18<S3.—I arrived here with
my command at eleven o'clock ibis morning.
I struck the railroad at Lcnoire, destroyed the
road up to Knoxville, and made a demonstra
tion against Knoxville, so as to tiavc the
troops drawn from above ; I then destroyed
the railroad track and started for Strawberry
Plains. X burnt the State Creek bridge, 312
feet long, and the Strawberry Plain bridge,
and also the Massey Creek bridge, 320, feet
long. I captured three pieces of artillery,
some 200 boxes of artillery ammunition, over
500 prisoners and 1000 stand of arms. I des
troyed a large amount of sail, sugar, flour,
meal, saltpetre and one saltpetre work, and
My command is much fatigued and have
had but two nights' sleep since leaving Wil
liamsburg. The rebel force in East Tennesee
are larger than I had supi>osed. I did not at
tack Loudon bridge for reasons that I will ex
plain. At Massey creek I determined to re
turn to the mountains. I had very great diffi
culties that were unexpected. I found the
gap through which I intended to return
strongly guarded with artillery and infantry;
a force was also following in our rear. I then
determined to cross at Smith's gap, which I
did. I wHl report more fully as soon as pos
sible. Very truly your obed't serr't,
(Signed) S. H. S a us υ ε us.
Speculation· uponjthe Designs of the Rebels.
Puii.auei.i>iiia, June 20,—2 Λ. M.
The Washington Star says there is nothing
known tojustify the current story that Lee
has 100.000 men at Winchester. There is no
probability in the account saying that large
forces of reln-ls wi re yesterday evening mov
ing froui the direction of Uoonesboro to Fred
erick. If true, however, it simply proves that
Lee proposes to steal in as many directions as
possible, and over as great an extent of terri
tory as possible in the shortest possible time.
For he cannot lie sweeping west to Pittsburg
with large armies directedagaiuit each other,
while he also tarries at Winchester with a
hundred thousand men ; such being the tenor
of the various accounts coming to Washing
ton since our last Issue.
In truth, up to 2 P. M. we have been able
to learn nothing justifying the change of im
pression we lately published that Lee's main
object iu coming iNorth was to attack Wash
ington if he can Induce Hooker to scatter Ids
artny, and that he is now trying to accomplish
that object, and at the same time supplying
his forces from Maryland and Pennsylvania
with absolutely necessary things, of which the
rebel territory within his reach is utterly ex
ι ne most aepioranie fact involved in the
situation, is the pertain and apparent utter
incompetency of the people of Pennsylvania
to protect themselves, aud aid the cause, et en
to the poor extent of driving their horses
and cattle North, and concealing their coveted
other goods, before the different little squads
ol rebel cavalry pounce on them.
Washington, June 25.
The Pennsylvania lieserves, under General
Crawford, hive been transferred from the De
partment of Washington to the Army of the
Potomac. Their number lia» been increased
by the return to service of many who were
disabled or wounded in the many battles
through which they have panted. Applica
tions have been made by the officers aud de
sires expressed by the men, to be led against the
enemy now invading their native .State. The
prospect of active service lias inspired much
enthusiasm among the reserves.
Capt. Washington, who commanded the 13th
regular infantry at Haines' Hluff, was not kill
ed as reported, but was severely wounded.
It is not true as stated, that the Adams Ex
press Co. refused to-day to receive any valua
bles for transmission North.
Of the 513 rebel prisoners to be sent South
for exchange, 51 are severely wounded. The
most of them were captured within the past
It is understood that Gen. French has been
assigned to the command of Harper's Kerry.
A recon noitsa il ce went yesterday within
several miles of Culpepper, but found only a
few rebel scouts.
A large number of sick and wounded sol
diers were transferred to the hospitals in this
city Ironi the Virginia side.
Philadelphia, June 25.
The Bulletin has the following dispatch:
Vincinnttii, June 25.—A gentleman direct
from the army besieging Vicksburg, furnishes
us with most cheering advices. Our army is
sufficient to take the place. Grant's position,
as against Joe Johnston, is as strong as that
of Pemberton against Grant. The indications
multiply that the rebel army in Vicksburg
must shortly surrender. The Ore u|K>n the
city is very heavy aud destructive. The rebel
reply to our tire is not heavy, and is ineffectu
al. Joe Johnston is believed to lie mainly em
ployed in preparations to defend ttie interior
of Mississippi after the lall of Vicksburg.
Philadelphia, June 25.
Jay Cooke, U. S. Subscription A cent, reports
the sale of $1,498,050 worth of 5-20's to-day at
the various agencies in the loyal States. The
bonds are beins delivered to June 1st. The
uncertainty which still environs the rebel
movements in Pennsylvania and Maryland has
had the effect of lessening the volume of sales,
hut the number of local subscriptions is pecu
Bragg Defending Richmond.
New York., June 25.
A letter from Washington, dated yesterday,
says 20,000 of liragg's army are at Richmond
doing garrison duty. The letter also says
Gen. Lee has his whole army, 125,000, in the
immediate vicinity of the Potomac. Bragg is
to take care of Richmond, while Lee takes
care of Waehlugtou. Richmond was rein
forced on the 19th.
New York Market·
New York, June 25.
Cotton—advanced 1® 2c; sales 3500 bales at 65c for
Flour—receipt# 28,218 bbls, sales 17,000 bbls; State
and Western dull; Superfine State 4 50'g> 4 90; Ex
tra do 5 35 « 666; choice do 6 70 β ·Γ> 86; Round Hoop
Ohio 5 iaj 6 00; choice do 6 06 igj 7 60; Superfine
Western 4 40 a) 4 95; common to good Kxtra do 5 30
(a 5 80; Southern drooping; Mixed to good 6 10
685; Faucv and Kxtra 6 9υ 9 25; Canada uuch'gd;
common Kxtra 6 40 (e>5 70; Kxtra good to choice
6 75 <à! 7 50; Supertine 5 65 •■a· 5 90.
Wbeat—opened more active and 1 (g> 2c better;
Chicago spring 118 @ 1 86; Milwaukee Club 1 27 ®
1 40; Amber Iowa 1 41 (w 1 43] ; Winter Red Western
1 44 m 1 49; Amber Michigan 1 60 @ 1 61 ; Ohio com
mon 150; white Westojn common 1 61 ,α: 1 β*».
Corn—opened firm and closed dull and lc better ;
Mixed Western shipping 76 & 76; Eastern do 74 ig}
75: Yellow Western i7.
Beef—steady ; sales 75») bbls.
Fork—firmer; Mess 10 75 @ 11 75J for old ; 12 87$
@18 00 for new.
Sugars—firm; Now Orleans 11 (ji) 13$; Muscovado
103 (qj 12; Havana 10.
Molasses—steady ; Porto Rico 48. ·
M aval stores—quiet.
Freights to Liverpool—dull; cotton nominal; flour
Is 7$d @ Is 9d; grain 6j @7d in bulk and ship's bags.
and Kacing Γομικη,
for exercise to the
\ mind as well as of the
ν \K1 bodv. The motion
\ w* of the cantering hor
>\ λ. ®ee comes more near·
3·ά998&0&ϊ ly to riding on horse
«ÎM. 'yjjBi 'B back than any other
^ -5T®»sÇ^S^d^Tk· yet invented.
W. D KOBIN8ON, 20 Exchange 8t.
New York, June 25.
Second Board.—Stocks opened easier hut closed
Chicago 8l llock Island ; 964
American (iold 146J
Uuited States one year certificates 98»
United States 6*s of 1881 coupons 109f
For the Ittlnml*.
«ίΚυι·» The steamer CA8CO will, until
farther notice, leave Bukxham'b
Wharf for Peak's and CuêHisa'e
ISLAHDB at 9 and 10.90 Α. Μ , and 2 and 3.80 P. M.
Returning, will loave Cusiiixirs Island at 9.45and
11.16 A. M., and2.45 and Γ,.Ιδ I». M.
The boat will touch at Peak's Islakd eve.ry trip
down, hut returning, will only touch there the last
Tuips in the forenoon and afternoon.
Fare Down and Hark 25 Out*.
June 24. 1868. dtf
S M BAKEMAN would inform the Ladies that
• she has removed from No. 19 to 77 Free street,
where she is ready to attend to ail orders for stamp
ing. Mine B. has made arrangement» iu New York
to be constantly supplied with ail the latest styles of
Braiding Patterns, and the best materials to work
with. Samples of her work can be seen at all times
at her rooms.
She will teach her method of stamping, on reason
able terms, to ladies from any part of the country,
and supply them with ail necessary materials to work
THE LATEST NOVELTY!
Cap© Elizabeth, Ale.
This Hotel, having been thoroughly ren
ovated and fitted up for the seasou, is now
open for the entertainment of permaneut
and transient hoarders. Coaches, marked
"Cape Cottage," in attendance on arrival
of trains at depots in Portland.
June23. 1863. d4w JASON BERRY.
Agency for the Ammoniated Fac flc
WE are receiving a constant supply of this supe
rior Guano, which will he found one of th
cheapest and best Fertilizers in the market. It
adapted to all soils, and all the various crops,—G rase
Grain, Corn, Potatoes, Root Crops.Tobacco, ftc.&ci
as will be seen by the numerous letters and testimo.
niais received the last season. A pamphlet, contain
ing testimonials, kc., will be furnished on applica
Also, continue the Agencies in
Fertilizer8eed*yébc.; Cot's Super-Phosphate
of Lime; Fish Guano: Ground Bone;
Bone Meal; Poudrette; Pulterized
Charcoal; Grass Seed, <fcc.
AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
GEO. DAVENPORT Ac CO.,
41 146 MILK ST....BOSTON. w3m
Aroostook and New Brunswick
Leaves BOSTON everv Monday and Thursday morn
ing, at * ο'cloak, and PORTLAND same evening, for
Sr. Andrews, Woodstock and Ιΐοϋχτοχ.
Returning, loaves Houlton and Woodstock every
Mondav and Wednesday morning.
Offices, No. δ Congress Square, Boston, and Eastern
Express Company's office. Portland.
my22eod3m B. F. TOBIN, Proprietor.
JOHX E. DOW'S
Marine, Fire & Life Imnrance Agency.
THE subscriber wishes to call attention to his facil
ities for M AH! SE, FIRE, and LIFE INSU
RAF CE. He has the Agency of seven of the sound
est and safest Fire Insurance Companies in New Eng
land, having a Capital and Surplus of over
Fifteen Millions of Dollars !
and can take on any one desirable Fire Bisk,
Also is Agent for the
Commercial Mutual Marine Inn. Co.,
of New York—an old and established Company,
. having a capital and surplus of One Million Dollar·,
paying back to the assured from 25 to 30 per cent,
yearly. Also is the Ageut of the
if.tna Life Insurance Company,
of Hartford, Conn.—an old and reliable Company
with large assetts. This Company does business on
the Stock and Mutual principle, and lias better in
ducements for iuHUriug Lives than any other Com
pany. This Co. has large assetts, anda a world wide
Parties wishingeith Marine. Fire or Life Insurance,
would do well to call upon the subecriber. Hi* Com
panies pay «II Losses, if fair and honorable ones, at
nie Agency, in Portland—If not fair aud hoiuyrable,
they are siire to be contested.
JOHN E. DOW,
29 Exchange St. - - - - · Portland. Xe.
U. S. 5-20 BONDS,
PRINCIPAL· A NO INTEREST («I A per
cent, per auuum, semi-annually,) payable
I In denominations of $50, 8100, SÔ00, and 91000, for
1 sale by
; T. R. JONES,
No. 65 Exchange Street, (op stairs.)
j Çp^These Bonds are the cheapest Government se
curity in the market, aud pay the largest interest on
! the cost. my 15 istf
II AD An MOTERTO,
CLAIRV Ο Y ANT
Has arrived in Portland, and taken
ROOM NO. 5 AT ELM HOUSE,
Where she will reveal the
PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE,
And speak of Absent Friends. She is kuown as
^ MEDICAL CLAIRVOYANT,
Has given Medical Examinations, and performed
WoNDEKFL'L CUKES, which has astonished
thousands. The cures she performs by layino os
of hands, while in the Mesmeric state, has been as
tonishing to all who have witnessed them. She has
come prepared to performed the same, if opportunity
is given. She has visited Europe and Scotland,
where she ha« performed mauv cures and given per
fect satisfaction to all that have consulted her on
any subject concerning her profession. She will
stay iu Portland
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Qp-llonrs from9 a. m. to 9 p. m. jeS tf
new r imerai tar.
THE subscriber would respectfully inform the cit
izen» of Portlaud and vicinity, that he ha* had
built, expressly for his own use, a new and elegant
FUNERAL CAR, of the most appioved style, with
which he ie prepared to attend upon funerals, or the
removal ot the dead, with satisfactory prOAptBM,
and at a reasonable price.
All orders left at his residence, No. 7 Chape) street,
will meet with prompt attention.
JAMES M. CURRIER.
Sexton aud Undertaker.
Portland, June 18,1863. dtf
Notice of Foreclosure.
\ju HRSEAS Robert Campbell, of Portland, in the
fT County of Cumberland, State of Maine.did ou
the seventeenth day of April,A.D. lSGU.convey to me
by deed of mortgage cur ι ai η r^fcl estât»· situated in
the town of Falmouth, for a description of which
reference is made to said mortgage deed, recorded
in the Cumberland Registry of Deeds, book 299.page
831. to secure tlie payment of one certain note of
five hundred dollars and interest thereon, and bear
ing even date with the said mortgage; and where
as the conditions of the said mortgage have been
broken, 1 hereby claim to fo.eclose according to law.
Falmouth, June 17, 1863. jel8 e?Th3w*
LADIES, and all persous afflicted with IHseasta
of the Srnlf}, Logs of Hair, Dandruff. aud I're
mature Blanchtny of the Hair, are resjiectfuily iu
vited to call at
LORING^H DRIMi STOKE,
where they will learu something to their advantage.
A MIDDLE-AGED LADY, who is acquainted
J\ with the Millinery aud Faucy Goods trade, aud
who wishes a pleasant aud puriuaueut home, would
do well to address C. L. D., at this office, within two
Lessee aud Manager J. C. MYERS.
Friday Evening, Jane 96,
COMPLIMENTARY RF.SF.FIT TO
MI«S KATE R lit Ο MOLDS !
1 WO COMEDIES—The Blind Heiress, or Second
Love—Asmodens, or the Little Devil's Share.
rr-Aii the lower part of house, 60 cents. Seats
secured at I'aine's Music Store, aud at the liai!.
Doors open at 7—commence at 8 o'clock. ie28
Strawberry and Floral
A Strawberry «nil Floral Ke«ti»*I will be glren
AT MECHANICS' HALL,
On 4 th of July—Day ami Evening,
to assist in raiding fund* to establish a State School
for the benefit of "Soldiera1 Orphan Children,"
which Madame Moterto has so nobly interested her·
self to establish.
The following ladies have kindly volnutered their
services to solicit and receive donations for this tru
ly commendable object :
Mrs. J. B. Frost, Mue. R. Mookk,
Mrs. J.Bkam, Mrs. Κ. I. Hall.
Any other ladies who are willing to assist in this
noble work to educate and provide for tho children
of those who have fought and died for our country
in her day of darkest trial, will please call on Mad
ame Moterto, at the Kim Home, room No. 5.
Donations will be thankfully received, and can be
sent to the hall on the morning of the 4th.
Admittance 25 cents—children half price*
LOOK OUT! LOOKOUT!
For the Xetc Combination Circus !
ι Thousand* Delighted .'—Thundering
1 Salvos of Applause—Every act re
ceived with the moet enthusias
. tic acclamation* of delight.
THREE (ιΚΚΑΓ SHOWS IN ONE
For One Price qf Admission.
WILL EXHIBIT AT
Portland Friday and Hatar·
day, Jaly 3d and 4tk. j
Melville'* Great Australian Cirens,
Henry Cook's Far-Famed Circus,
.Troupe of Educated Monkeys and
■ wonderfully trained Dogs,
The K. Hands American circa·.
Melville in his intensely thrilling
land highly sensational bareback act ;
Melvilleaud hissons Sammy.Frank,
and tieorgo.in their beautiful.grace
ful, eleMkllt, surprising and unap
proachable, acrobatic eceues.
Comic Pastimes and Pyramidica)
Geo roe Roes. the best general
equestrian performer in the world,
jin Ids great Principal and Pirouet
ting and leaping act,and in his won
1 Shappee and Whitwey in their
novel and terrific Trapeze Act, in
which they surpass all competitor·
and keep the audience spell bound
bv their graceful poses, their almost
miraculous evolutions, their extra
ordinary agility and daring dash.
—. a _ Cook'β Trompa of Dogs and Mon
delight of the children.
V \ / ) The Ball Room Scene,greeted with
/ ^ shouts of laughter and applause.
tThese wonderful animal» exhibit a
.perfection of training and an a
| mount of intelligence which cannot
fail to preduce emotions of wonder
and admiration iu all who witness
Amazing and Laughable Feat».
Wm. Km cade, the great Dramat
ic Equestrian Saultist extraordina
ry, and world applauded represen
< Uti ve of Pete J em κι es.—The great
American Clown, Humorist, Comic
Singer and Stump Speaker, 8am
Lo>o, the modern orimaldi —A
Troupe of Charming little Ponies,
the most beautiful in the universe,
will appear, together with the jure
mileriaers, and the talemttd dram·
(itie tromps in the attactive and ♦·
questriati novelty, called
THE POSY RACES, Or, The Ride for the Derby.
The management point with no araal I gratification
to the above List of Unrivaled Performers and Ex
traordinary Novelties and Attractions. and beg to
assure the public that they have not stopped at any
expense wnich would cuable ι he m to d*fy competi
tion, and outlive every other travelling establialuiieat
in this country.
New York Opera flaad, composed of r*- j
nowned Solo Artists, led by Profossor S. Reeves.
XSTAdmission to the Three Shows, ojtlt Kcxbts.
No half price.
Doors open at 2 p. m., and 7 p. m. Performance
commences at and o'clock r. M.
VW~SA ΤCRltA 7, JUL Y 4th, three psnronn
ash es, commencing at 104 a. x., and 24 and 7* r. M.
je25 lwdfc w2
FOR SALE & TO LET.
Γ(1ΗΕ eligible and convenient Chamber* over store
JL No. 14 Market Square, now occupied bjr Mr.
Uufus Dunham, suitable for salesrooms or other
purposes. Possession given about July let. AI*o
one very desirable Chamber in the tbiird story of
hum block. Apply to
>'21 dtf TIÏOMAS or WM HAMMOND.
Ε A new two-story house, thoroughly built,
slated roof, 11 finished rooms, convenient for
one or two families, with bay windows,plenty
of excellent water; wood-house attached, and »
large garden lot—situated on Veranda street, near
Tukey's bridge, in West brook, within ten minutes'
walk of Portland Tost office. Conditions easy .price
low, andexcelleut neighborhood.
jo23 d3m ISAAC SYLVESTER.
The two-story Howe, No 40 Winter
street, with stable attached. Lot 128x
|H11^1· 36 feet, more or l«*ss. If not sold pre·
l|ll|^B vious to July 1st it will be offered at
JMBauction. For further particulars in
quire of JAMES E. HASÉLT1NE,
)e23 dtjyl 9 Λ 11 Moulton Street.
House wanted—rent about #200. Address
Lock Box 193i).
House on Clark Street for Sale.
A TWO story boose and lot, No. 48 Clark Street,
near Dan forth,—lot about 37 M 80 feet. House
with eleven tinfebed rooms, besides closets, Ac.
For particulars, enquire of JOHN C PROCTER,
Portland, June 15, IMS. 3weod Lime Street.
Store for Sale.
THE four-story brick Store in Free Street—No. 5
in the Free Street Block—next east of Tolford's.
Euquire of H. T. MACHIN, liait Block, or
ap9 istf P. BARNES, Middle Street.
OR CONCENTRATED EVE
FOR MAKING SOAP.
fllWENTY-Fl VE Gallon» of pood soft Soap c»n be
A made from one pound of the concentrated Lye.
Full directions for use ou ever)- package, and it" is
very little trouble to make it.
Retail price only 25 cente a pound.
None geuuine except that made by the Pennsylva
nia Salt Manufacturing Company.
W. P. PHILLIPS, nrucfti<it,
149 Middle Street,
Agent for the State.
Ν. B. Dealers supplied as above, at the proprie
tors' lowest price, in any quantity.
Take Λτ otiee Σ
STABLE KEEPERS. Stage Driven, and ail oth
ers thai may have to use
A XI.Κ GREASE!
The Union Patent Axle-Grease
Is the beat Lubricator ever invented. It keep» the
Axl· » aiwauM cool, sud will last twice as long as any
other. Sold in large boxes for 30 ceuts a box. at
W. F. PHILLIPS' Drag Store,
Sole Agent tor the State, to whom aU orders must be
N.B. A liberal discount made to dealers who buy
a doten boxes. jet» M W & FSin
I HEREBY give notice that I have thi* day given
my adopted son, Charles W. Davis, (a minor) his
time from hi* date, and will claim none of his earn
ings. uor pay auything for his support, or any debt·
of his contracting hereafter. C. M. 1>AV1S.
Portland, June 8, 18»»3. Je9eod3w·
Itl.C. η. ΛμοιΊιιΙΙοιΓ· Bonds.
PERSONS holding bond· ·Γ the Maine Charitable
Meehanc Association can learn of a purchaser
on application to tho Five Cent Saving Bank So. 101
Middle it. *»y 38—dti.
HEKBV BAILEY * CO„
Commission Merchants, A#ctioneeia
1β EXCHAHQE street.
Prompt attention «iv* η to ««leu of property of ev
ery dcteriptlon—real, pertuual anil mixed.
HIBBY BAlLBY ton. ». BAlLBY.
in y 28 tf
Ε. Μ. PATTEN. Auctioneer—Offlee 27 Exchange 8t.
Ural Estate on India Street
ON Tuesday, 80th June, at3 p. m.,on the premises.
No. IV» India itreet, near Middle, the two-etorie<i
wooden dwelling, and land. Lot about 43 front by
78 in depth. The house is in complete order,Huished
from cellar to attic, with twelve good sized rooms—
closets and clothes praxes In abundance; gaa
throughout ; excellent water on the premise·. House
was built by the day, aud abetter arranged dwelling
not to be found in the city.
Free policy at the Portland Mutual.
Title undoubted—Male positive. Terms to suit.
Home and Lot at Anrttoa,
WK «hall sell at public auction on Friday, Jane
•Jn. at 3 o'clock Ρ M.. House 28 Myrtle street.
.Said house is a two-story wooden house, new, finish
ed from garret to cellar, abuudauce of good water,
gas throughout the house, and everything neat and
in order. It is well arranged for two families. It is
a very central and desirable house for a business
man. Terms eaev.
*11 EX Κ Y BAILKY A CO., Auctioneers.
je 19 td·
PURSUANT to ft licensc from the Hon. Judge of
Probate for the County of Cumberland, wul bo
■old ftt public Auction on Tuesday, the 30th day of
June next, ftt ten o'clock in the forenoon, ftt the of*
lie»* of the undersigned, No. 824 Commercial street,
in Portland, the following described reftl estate of
Cyrus Cummincs. late of Portland in said county,
deceased, situated In Cftpe F.Jliabeth—
A lot of laud situated oa the road leading to Scar*
borough, near Dr. Buualls, containing about ai a··
Honse and land on Tnroer's Inland. on the eonth
easterly side of the P. 8. k Ρ Railroad.
House and land ou Turner'* Island, on the north·
westerly side of the P. 8. k P. Railroad.
A lot of land on Tamer's Island, on the north·
westerly side of the P. 8. k P. Kailroad.
A lot of salt marsh at "Sparwink," near Mr. Jor
dan'*, containing about two acres.
N. G. CUM MI NOS. Administrator
• of Kftate of Cyrus Camming·.
HENRY BAILEY k CO., Auctioneer·.
jell 2awtje23 thenedtjedQ
EDWARD Μ. Ρ AT TEH, Auctioneer,
Office 27 Exchange Street·
AT AUCTION, on Wednesday, JbIt let. at 11M.
on the premises, that valuable lot of land situ
ated at the corner of Commercial and Moultoit
street·, of late occupied by Lyman, Marrett and als.
The said lot of laud contains 8371 square feet, access
on three sides to the premises.
Terms, one fourth cash, the balance in one and
two years, with interest semi-annually, secured by
mortgage on the premises. Title andonbted.
V-ST"The building included in the sale.
For particular· call on the Auctioneer. myf7
muscovado Sugar aa*
7 0 kMk Safcrkr Μ ·μ·τ>4· Sagar.
ans hbd·. >
VI te· J Μ·«β·τ·4· MriuM·.
U bbl« )
Now Uniting from Sebooaer VMnto Dwita· ut
for «ale by U. I. ROBINSON.
Jel9 iavdlm No. 1 Portland Pier.
Flour aad Cora,
IN «ton ud constantly arriviug, for aal· M the
lowMt price*, by
C. C. CHAPMAN ft CO .
JeJIJw No. 4 OaK Block.
MM SMfeeta Mixed Cora,
NOW landing from Seh. E. G. Baxton, ud ft»
•ale by WALDRON ft TRUE,
joZt «W No·. 4 ft & Uaion Wharf.
mylitf ' KENDALL ft WHITN1T.
®^8HELa I wo-rowed geed Barley, at
ON Middle .treet u Embroidered Cape. «ta
pleated Tri mm ι ο*· aroand the bottom. M
w,tktapeOD the in.ide, .ud . white rodle .^^S
>M*k T»*>inder will eoafer ■ laror by ImtIh Urn
Mine at thia oUce. Jeif a
r wishes t
•r seven rc
HKNRY P. WHIT*.
The subscriber wishes to hire a
- TÉK "*■
« ui· Buuurriuvr wiane* 10 a J η
contaiuinjc aix or seven rnnma
ARitaatioD la a Store, or aa Clerk ta a Ltnrf
stable, by a young man >0 year» of age. Geod
reference· given aa to enaracter, fte. l'leai* addreaa
Α. H ALL. Portland. Me. J<M dlw
S,fcHM(KMhtPEJrrEK8' " T"w' ÏSÎhSr
BAVELUXG AGENTS WANTED. To tboM
■ — - · — ~ ~ «« ν· n>jsM a 9 »» η .1 ι τ. I'. ι ο I DOM
X or the rixbt "ta in ρ pM inducement* ara oftr
M. liood rvifcreact rvunired.
. , oa<* of ixtextors· exchange.
JbmI dtt Hear City Building.
IASH pi'd fcr Hf «■< tiad Siorr·, at So. 10
Lon* Wharf. A. U COOK.
WN. DEMIXG, M. I)., would most respect tall y
• announce 10 the citizens of Portland and vi
cinity. that be has taken a suit οΓ room· at Ho. 11
Ctavp*a Block, corner of Congress and Elm street·,
up stairs, where he will remain through the summer,
to treat Chonic Diseases by the KUciropaikic treat·
He would especially invite the afflicted that are
laboring under any old aad inveterate chronic dis
ease, in the form of Scrofula, Hip Disease, Whit·
Swelling. Erysipelas, Salt Kheum. Tetter. Hash, aad
every humor ofwhatever kind or character; likewise
spinal diseases, curvature of the spine. St. Vita·'
Dance, fits, paralysis, contracted muscles, distorted
limbs, dyspepsia, liver complaint, geueral Jebàlity.
habitual constipation, Ac. We would likewise null
the attention of the publie to our peculiar manner o!
η every instance, when in the acute stages, or wher
the lungs are not tally involved.
The most obstinate case· of uervoaa or sick Head
ache, Neuralgia in the head, face and extramitiee,
with acute Rheumatism, are instantly relieved, and
with chronic rheumatism, are permanently cured in
a few applications.
ΡΙΓ"Το the Ladies Dr. D especially calls, who are
sufferers with Droney,Debility,Luchorrhœ(orWhitee),
inflammation ana (ailing of the Womb, Abscess*·.
Tumors and Cancers of tne Womb, and will guaran·
tee a permanent cure in every case.
For Suppression·, Irregularities, pain fa I M cast rua
tions. Neuralgia of the Womb, with all their entail
ing ills, there is uo ageut in the world so efficient ia
curing as Electricity. In many cases serious obstruc
tions can be broken up in a few moments, and in ev
ery esse it destroys the tendency to relapse. To all
those desiring perfect health, and the services of the
oldest Medical Electrician in the United States, we
most respectfully invite to call, tendering to all a
positive assurance of a tall recovery of health.
Γ. S. Dr. D. tirst introduced Electricity tor ex
tracting teeth without pain. To those having decay
od teeth or stumps, or desiring their teeth ont for re
setting, we extend a polite invitation. During the \
operation the person experiences a pleasing ana in
Ν. H. For extracting Minerals and H amors ttom
the system, we use the electro chemical Baths.
Patients from out of town will be accommodated
Office hours from 8 to 1 ; l|to6; and 7 to 8 in tho
evening. Co usul tat ion Free. mchv'4 isidSm
UUMi*U UND BITTERS I
Γη-pared from the orignal recipe k]r
Dr. Chas. Morse,
Expressly for those who wish to obtain a valuable
article to cleanse and renovate the system, regulate
the stomach and bowels, remove coativenem, head
ache, dyspepsia, and for purifying the blood, &c.
W. P. PHILLIPS, Druggiet,
HI) Middle Street.
And for sale by him in quantities to »uit the pur
chaser, by measure, at half pricc of that put up in
juneô IT À S3m
l'or M»··· Hank Deer* ami Loclu.
1WBOK.UT IRON ΙΌΟ», «tcft-plmi».)· with
burglar-proof Lock,cost #000.
1 wrought-iron I>oor, with alphabetical Lock.
1 double-reversing Lock- all nearly new. and will
be sold cheap, to close the concern. "For particular·
call on L. TAYLOK.61 Commercial street.
To Railrottd Conlrnrtont.
PKUPOSALi for building the Portland and For
est Avenue Railroad win be received till Jaly 1.
Bidn may be made lor the work and materials, or
for the work only, aud for either of the portions in
Portlaud or Westbrook. Plans and sptcirications
can be seen at the office of the company.
t, , , , JAMKS HJlLL, Engineer.
Portland, June 22,1868. td
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