Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 2, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 2, 1864 Page 1
Text content (automatically generated)

iff PORTLAND DAILY PRESS f VOLUME PORTLAND, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY WHOLE NO 621 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN. Editor, published at No. 62 * EXCHANGE SI BEET, by N. A. FOSTER & CO. Th* 1'OOTLAJtd Daily PxnBBis published at 86.00 Jor yeir; if paid strictly in advance, a discount of 1.00 wiU be made. Single copies three cents. 1'mb Ha ink.St vtb PiieasI* published every Tbura* day morning,at 8*2.0# per annum, iu advance*; £2.25 If paid within six months; and 82.60, if payment be delayed beyond the year. Hut ah of Advertising: One inch of spaoc in longth of column, constitutes a “nqirAKie.” £1.60 per square daily flrat week ; 76 cents per week after; three insertions or less, 81.00; continuing eve* ry other day after flrat week, 50 cent*. Half square, three Insertions or lest. 76 cents; one week, 81.00; 60 cents per week after. I nder head of Amusucumt* , 82.00 per square per week; three Insertions or lets, 81,60. 8'BOf al Notices, 81.76 per square flrat week, 81. >0 per rqnare after; three insertions or less, 81.26; hair a square, three Insertions, 81.00; one week, 81.16. A Ivertiseraents inserted in the Main* Statb Fans (which ha- a large circulation iu every part of the Stite) for 50 oents per square in addition to th© above rates, for eaoh insertion. LmuMotioii at usual rates. Transient adwrtisementc must bo paid for in ad* Bo Twits Noricua, iu reading columns, 12 cent* per line "*»■ one in* rtion. No onarge less than fifty sc^ts fore -hiiucitton. :.^r Aileess i mioationi intended for the paper should . direst* to the “ Editor of the Press, and those of a . uiins i oharactorto th© Publishers. Bjrjoa i wiNTiKO of every description executed with dispatch. F. Tracy, Traveling Agent. Saturday Morning, July 2, 164. THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. A Noble Tribute to it. The Harrisburg Daily Telegraph, of June 18, contains an admirable letter from the pen of a gentleman, who, in company with some of the delegates to the Christian Commission, left his home to pass a few days In ministering to the wants of the sick and wounded of the gallant Army of the Potomac. We regret we cannot Hud space for the whole letter. The followiug extracts, embracing a noble tribute to the army referred to, will be read with in terest:— I shall regard it as one of the greatest privi leges of my life that 1 have beeu permitted to be with tbe grand Army of tbe Potomac dur ing the spleudid movements that took it from Spoltsylvauia Court House to the immediate front of Richmond. 1 have seen something of armies before; have read aud heard of battles anil inarches before; but my experience aud my conceptions have ail been surpassed by the events in which I have mingled. It has beeu worth ten years of peaceful life to go amid those stirring scenes; to follow aud accompa ny that host of men in their glorious move ments ; to look day after day upon their bronz ed faces; to march with them ; tent by them; to sleep as they, under the quiet start; to fare as they fared; to grow weary as they; and, like them, to fall by the road-side for an hour's sleep. It has beeu worth more than 1 can measure to study their own unflinching patri otism; to be a witness of that calm endurance which could march by uight aud tight by day lor weeks together; to look upou the men who so cheerfully stand between us and ruin, walk ing bravely up to the great sacrifice of home and life, as dear to them as ours to us. It has been worth more than I can name to look up on their chiefs in council ou the march aud in the field; tw see the calm deliberation; the high resolve; the confident hope that rested ou the countenance of the men whom we de light to honor—Warren and Burnside, aud Hancock aud Meade and Grant. There may be a spirit of despondency and of repining here ami among those who have never put their hands to this great work—it cannot be found iu the army. There the spirits of men rise to something of the greatness of the occa sion. No repulses, no losses dampen the ar dor or shake the confidence of the army. From the highest general down to the lowest private In the ranks, I marked a unity of spirit, a con fidence each iu each, aslroug faith in ultimate success, a persistence against ail obstacles, and a patience under all sutferiug that prophesied the best things. I saw men manfully bearing during those days of heavy marching, who had lost all regular sleep for weeks, ami nad beeu liviug on part rations for days. It has beeu said by the eueuiy that the fields aud woods iu the resr of Grant's army were full of strag glers. They were invisible to me. By notli iug was 1 more astonished tbau by the spirit aud discipline of this great army, which pr<£ vented it from becomiug disorganized by lbr$ days of almost uuexampied toil. Another fact pleaaed me. 1 spent two weeks with the army, with its ofiicers and men every day. The ouly drunken man I saw from the • :v i.>g ..i.. -.til v - _ i timore ram officer on the boat Irom For tress Monroe. It lias frequently been said that the great peril of the couotry will be wheu the army returns home aud scatters its wickedness, protauity aud recklessuuss through society.— The country will suffer an hundred fold more by the men wlio stay at home to support drinking aud gambling saloons ou all ihe streets of our cities lliau it ever will from the rough audsun-buml meu of the army. Ttiere Is profanity in the army ; there is profauity here—ou every corner of our streets, more of it, aud less excusable than in the arm v. Ueie It breaks over all restraints of society and de ceucy. In the army you will find thousands of serious meu, of noble and gentlemanly bearing, ainoug whom one may move from day to day without beholding an act or bear ing a word that need cause a blush on the cheek of virtue. There is uo mercenary and mean spirit. Tho army is lifted up to a broad Aiueiicati and patriotic feeling, such as does not characterize all who stay at home. 1 am happy to be able to speak irom my own ob servation of these cilizeu soldiers. 1 have seen them in camp, on the march, on the brink of battle, “ storming the imminent breach," borne wounded from the field, Huger lug in the hospital, aud gasping in death, and i can say that 1 believe a nobler baud never went forth to war, a baud iuspired by a high er impulse than the “ Army of the Union."— There may be still faint-hearted men at home, or worse than faint-hearted meu, who are re peating yet, in this fourth year of the con flict, the question, Is this war right or wrong V The army eutertaius uo doubt on that mat ter. The arm of the soldier pauses not to strike at any man who would trample under foot the banner of llie country. lie lores his Government aud is willing to die for it. It is uo spirit of adventure, nor love of blood, tbat has sustained these meu in the fearful conflicts of the Wilderness, aud led them up into the very face of death. The spirit that animates the ranks animates the leaders.— Like Wadsworth, many of them have lell for tunes, family, high social position, chances of distinction in civil life, and gone out to the privations of the camp and the perils of the fleld, moved by one great absorbing love of country. Nowhere has the endurance of our brave men been more severely tested tnd more suc cessfully than In the hospital. With wonder and simple amazement 1 have looked upon the courage of these men, who with bullet holes through leg or arm; with ghvstly wound in shoulder or face; with shattered hand or bro ken thigh, lay in the tent or were carried to the ampuutiug table with never a murmur of complaint or dissatisfaction * hreakiug from their lips. 1 Mt lost iuspeechless admiration, and almost questioned whether they had not become insensible to paiu, they were so cheer ful and uncomplaining. I have reen them walk coolly up to the surgical table, where they were lo lose a right arm, or carried the rc to lose a foot or a limb, without a in >m. 1 have heard them sing “Rally round the flag, boys,” when suffering deepest paiu or lay with beaded sweat gathering on the brows, and with lists aud teeth clenched as they suppress ed every groan. Ou the floor of the town hall of Fredericksburg lay a young s<#.!i*t fr„m Brooklyn, N. Y., by the name of Morris. His face was as gentle as a girls. He had just been brought in from the battle-field, over a rough road of Hfteeu or twenty miles. He had iallcn on the fleld, pierced at nearly the same instant in three placet. The right arm was torn entirely off near tha shoulder by a shell, the left hand was terribly shattered, and a ball had paased through Jibe body, piercing the lungs; hit wounds had been undressed for nearly two daya; his calm face wore an a- - pect of pain,but not a murmur escaped his lips. It seems to me I shall uever erase from my vision the things I have seen; the ghastly men that asked a cup of water; the wound ed wen staggering up to seek a bite to eat; the exhausted men, who, amid all the din and noise, were sleeping soundly as a tired infant on a mother’s knee; the grateful men, whose thanks made me ashamed of myself. Men at home may walk our streets, sauntering along st their ease, pass their criticisms on the con duct of the war, wonder why the army does not advance, why it does not move more rap idly; may charge regiments, brigades divis ions aud corps with cowardice, but for myselt every recollection of wlist 1 have seeu shall silence my tongue if It ever begins to utter a reproach against the men who, in my place aud for me, have gone to meet the terrible on set of a war that has no parallel in history. What can we dof I answer this practical question by saying, life can be saved by us. A computation has been made, that of all who die by war, only one tilth die on the field, the other four flifths die after the battle— from neglected wounds, from exhaustion, front thirst, and hunger, from the unstaunched flowing of blood, from lack of stimulants, from unalleviated anguish aud paiu. Here lies the sphere of Christian charity—to save these four fifths, to secure for them immedi ate attention, skillful help aud full supplies, lu the Crimean war the proportion of deaths to the thousand rose from 190 to 913! The proportion of deaths in our American army is 53 to 1,000, a grand triumph for the Republic, for our charities, for the Christian religion. Vet thousands of lives still are lost, that might be saved. Suffering, too, can be great - 1 ly diminished. The two hundred delegates of the Christian Commission at Fredericks burg were well nigh appalled by the magni tude of the work. Their stores almost failed. Calls came for articles that could not be had. Men died daily because what was needed was not at hand. Painful sufferings were wit nessed that could not he relieved, because tbe I supply of necessaries was so scant to meet the w ants of ten thousand men. No human government ever made such a noble provision for wounded men as our u*vu. ah;i rccuiu win asiuumu me wuuu, but emergencies will arise in all great wars like this, when all the preparations of Gov ernment and ail the help of public and ot individual charities will be put to the test. Our Government has selected the two great Commissions, the Christian and Sanitary, as its helpers. Their agents are the only civili ans allowed to accompany the army, save a few correspondents of the press. .They are fiennltted to go everywhere throughout the ines of the army in their work of mercy. Imperial Portrait The London Teleyrapli thus sketches the character of the man who now sways the sceptre over the Frenclt people, and who rules them with a rod of iron: “There stands the Kmpcror, as strange, as retharknble, as interesting a figure as any in history. Truly the eloquent I’arliainenteers look rather small beside him. What are epi grams and eloquence to Paris rebuilt, Italy liberated, Russia checked, Mexico conquered? This man has done something, and his work, for good anti for evil, is not over. lie has grasp, invention, audacity. The cities elect his opponents; he appeals to France—not to the France alone of Paris or Lyons, but to the France of the country commune. War has proved a costly game; he announces that he will drain, build, mate railways—gain, in a w< rd, the enduring victories of peace. De liberately—presumptuously if you .will, but uot recklessly or without deep thought—he sajs to France,‘1 will be your leader. I will think for you, plot for you, plan for you.’ It Is an awful responsibility, uo doubt. He has conceived the idea of organizing a people into a regiment, himself its colonel; of setting this regiment, thus organized to industrial toil, himself still its chief. In a word, he ventures to play Providence. The scheme has never answered yet; for the best Interests of hu manity. we must all hope that it never will answer; but, at least, it is not a vulgar dream, and it is grander than the programme of an Opposition which is ingenious bnt impotent. France mar again weary of being treated in •tatu pupillnrt; hut lor the hour she accepts her master.” fJt'EKX Victoria's Farms.—There are cows at Windsor "which give as much as HO quarts of milk a day. The Royal Short-horn ed herd is formed partly of cows of good old families, the pedigrees of which may be seen |D the Herd Book, partly of well-bred cows, w:th three or four {crosses of the best pure bred bulls, but not professing to be Herd Book cattle. So far as eould be observed, there does not appear to be any material dif ference in the milking qualities of the older as compared with the newer families. No where can be seen more clearly In all its com bined merits the unrivaled practical utility of tbe Short Horn; the dairyman’s cow when in “profit," the butcher's when not in milk. Let the doubters go and sec. There are 58- Short Horn cows in milk at the present time, to gether with 14 Alderneys, lor the supply of cream, milk and butter, both for Windsor Ca-tle ami for Buckingham I’alacc and Oa borne, when the Queen goes to these places. The Shaw and Dairy Karins arc exclusively devoted to the Short Horns, under the care of Mr. Tait, while the Norfolk farm, “which is appropriated by the lovely Devons, and the Flemish farm, where the massive Hereforda hold their reign,” are much farther from the cattle, and both are coinmitjpd to the charge i of Mr. Brebuer, under the superintendence of ! of Maj. Gen. Hood.—[English paper. 1 THE GOVERNMENT LOAN $200,000,000. Thu Loan is authorized by Act of Congress ot March4th, 16C4, which provides for its Rjchemption in Coin, at auy period not less than ten nor more than forty years Irom its date, at the pleasure of the Government. L'nt 1 its Redemption, five percent, interest is to be paid semi-annually in coin. it* Exemption from State and I.oral Taxation adds from one to three per cent, per annum to Its value. The Rate of Lit* rent on th:s loan, although but live per cent, in coin is as much greater in currency as the difference between the market value of cui rency and gold. As a Rule,the five percent, specie securities of all sdveut governments are always par or above, aud currency now funded in the National Loan, will be worth its lace in gold, besides paying a regular aud liberal percentage to the holder. No Securi!iet rjfer to great inducement*, it is be lieved, as the various descriptions of U. 8. Bonds. In all other form* of indebtedness, the faith or at il ity of private parties or Mock companies or separate communities only is pKdged lor payment, while for the debts of the United 8‘ates the whole property of the cauntry is holdeu to secure the payment of both principal and interest in coin. The Funded Debt of the United States on which interest D payable In gold, on the 3d day of March, 1 1804, was 37Gb,0G5(0C0. The interest on this debt for ! the coming fiscal year will be *45,237,124, while the customs revenue in gold for the current fiscal year, i ending June 30th 1804, has been so far at the rate of over $liX>,0',0,000 per annum, an amouut largely in ozeess ol the wants of the Treasury for the payment of gold interest. Tki‘f bonds may be subscribed for in sums from $50 up to any magnitude, on th« same terms, aud are thus made equally available to the smallest loud er and the largest capitalist, i hey can be convert ed into money at auy moment, aud the holder will hire the benefit of tho interest. The authorized Amount of this loau Is Two Hun tired Million Dollars, i ho amount of subreriptious reported to the Treasury at Washington, is over *70.000,000. Subscriptions will be received in currency by the Firal National Hunk, Portland, Maine, AND RY ALL RATIONAL BANKS i which are depositaries of Public money, aud all R**pt*'nll* Bank* and Banker* throughout the country, (acting as agents of the Na tional Depositary Banks,) will furnish further infor mation on application and Afford Retry Futility to Sobs or Her*. Juntffdfcwlw MISCELLANEOUS. TJ IST I O IN Mutual Life Insurance Co, INCORPORA!ED by tbe STATE OF MAINE Charter Perpetual. Organized, 1848. DIRECTOR'S OFFICE, (IS State Street, .... Boston, Mass. Preeidtnl HKSP.Y CROCKER. Vtea- President—OAK J EL It Ha HP. Seeretarg—H' H HOLLISTER. II. G. WILSON, i Ctneral Manager of Agencies •» the Xew England stats*. Assets, 31 sf December, 1863, $H5V,OHH.41 Losses Paid to date, $730,0.>0.00 Dividend Paid in Cash to date, $340,936.09 fllHIS Company offers peculiar advantage* toper X sons intending to insure tutir liven, in ita Atiety and stability, acquired iu its tourueu years* exj** euce; in iisassc s, which, (without ita capital of Slo ',000,1 amounts to over three-quart era ot a million ui dollars, being more than two hundred thousand dollars iu excess of ita liabilities for the reinsurance of all out-standing rink*; in the facilities presented iu its accommodating system oi payments of premi urn-; iu the large number,diversified conditions and , occupations, vaiiouji agea and localities of lives in sured, giving the largest requisite scope for the ope ration of the laws of average mortality, aud tfe am plest guaranty to the iusured for tbe bouelits there , of; in ihe division of protit', the annual apportion ment of which having lor the past fourteen years averaged Forty per Cent, of the premiums paid. Policies are issued upon all the plat s usual with Lite Insurance Companies, and at as tow lates as is consistent with a view to equity and solvency. Tatties de»iriug Agencies in .owns where the com pany have none, and tho-te wishing Traveling Agen cies within the *ew England Mates, will apply to C. H. WILSON, 61 State Street, Boston, giving ' Mich reference, or information a-t to ag , present and past business, as wi 1 enable him to form judg ment in regard thereto. Juncl4d3m L. S. 10-40 LOAN ! FIRST NATIONAL BANK -OF - PORTLAND, DESIGNATED REPOSITORY -OF TH» UNITED STATES. This Bank It prepared to receive; subscription* for the new “TEX FORTY LOAX,” which it dated March 1,1-64, bearing Interest at five per cent, a year, payable in coin. redeemable at tho pleasure of the Government after ten yearn, and payable in forty yeare from date. Internet on Bonds not over one hundred dollars payable annaally, and on all other Bonds semi annually. Bonds cau he bad in Fires of #00, flOO, *500, flood. WM. EDW. GOULD. mch31 dtf Cashier. FEUCHTWANGER & ZliNDER, NO, SI MIDDLE STREET, (FOX BlToCK), Are Again in, the Field - WITH Divisions, Brigades & Regiments! -or NEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS! FOR THE $ P H I \JG. Ladies of Portland and vicinity avp respectfully inrited to call and toe the many beautiful style* ol Foreign and Domestic Dress Goode JUST RECEIVED! Also, tho great variety House Furnishing Goods ! Such at Brown and Iileachod Cotton Sheeting* and Shirting*, Table Linens, Drilling*, 1 ickingv Denims, Stripe*. kr. Also. Just receiving, the latest styles ol * handsome Spring Balmoral Sltlrts And the most fashionable SPRUfO fill A WLS. A complete stock of W.OTI1S AND CASSIMEHES, "V ‘ W a M I.A U. • - CLOAKINGS! CLOAKINGS !! An elegant assortment. We are just ready to manu facture to measure, at the shortest notice, any of the new and desirable Spring Cloaks. Warrentcd to suit. FEUCHTWA^EK A ZENDER, (FOX BLOCK), NO. 81 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND, 31 a inb. P. 8.—Ladies need not ask for goods from the wrecked steamship Bohemian, as wo have none but sound aud fresh goods, which we warrant as such, aprltf Z)7 "W. CLARK DBAI.BR IN Silver Street Ice House, and Oflice No. 3*J Exchange street. ALL Orders promptly attended to and customers supplied with the best quality of ICK. Price of Ice for the ieuon, 1864. 10 lbs a day, lrom June 1st, to Oct. 1st, f6 iiO 1& 44 .. 4 4 8.00 . 20 44 44 44 44 44 10.00 Forty rents per 100 lbs. ! To those who take Ice for the season, it will be de livered earlier than 1st June and later thau 1st Oc tober, at the same rate per month as during the sea son. When not wantod for the full will lie delivered at the rate of #2 00 per month lor 10 lbs, per day. Notice of change of residence, if given at the of fice instead of the driver, will always prevent dis appointment. Any customer h aving town fortwo weeks or more at one time, by giv >g notice at the office, will be en titled to a proper d duction. Complaints again <: the drivers, for neglect or care 1 issuers or un v oilier came, must be made at the ol i flee, and will fie attended to promptly. Portland, May 13,18*54. maylSUTw 18 opon Day and Evening, fora Thorough Business Education. Located 1S&0. Hanson Block, middle St., No. 161. Scholarships good in any part of the United States ne Principal ban had 20 years experience; Is always on the spot, aud attends to his business; and prom ises, as during the past 12 years. no pains shall be snared in the future. Five hundred references of t the first class business men, with runny others of thif city, will testily to the practical utility, capacious : ue.-s and completeness of my systems uud manner i of teaching, aud citizens of other cities have testified to the same. Diplomas will be awarded for thor ough courses. Able Assistants secured. Bartlett's ' Plan, the founder of Commercial Colleges, strictly I adhered to as regards not com ing. Certain time* will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidations.— t ■ Come all who have failed to be taught a business hand-writing aud I will guarantee to yon success. Application solicited for Accountants. Separate in nt ruction given. Students can enter any time. Sep arate rooms for Ladies. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate accounts adjusted. l adle* aud Gentlemen that desire to tako lessons, or a full, or a separate course. In either Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Liw, Phonography, Higher Mathematics, Civil En gineering, Surveying, Native Business Writing. Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence, Card Marking, (and teaching from printed copies and Text Books will be avoided please call, or addree* 1 the Principal. U N.BROWN. Portland. Got.2,1868. oc29 rod fceowlj BUSINESS CARDS. PAPER BOX MANUFACTORY. J. R. Libby, MANUFACTURER OF Paper Boxes, Of every description, tuch aa Shoo Boxes, JewelryBoxes, Druggist Box*>s, Collar Boxes. Shelf Boxes, f'oucrmiogical Boxes. Powder Boxes, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, &c. 144 Middle St.f (Up Stairs) Portland, Me. juuelddm Dana & Co. Fisli and Salt, Luther Dina. ) P 0 T 11 ft 11 (I , Woodbury Dana. [ John ▲. 8. Dana.) Jill lilt*. janeldtf J. Smitli tfc Co., MANUFACTURERS OF Leather Belting, Card Clothing Loon Straps, Belt Leather Barks aid Sides, LBATUBR TR/ifM[RrGS, fc., 11 an con’s Block, 144 Middle fit., Portlaud, Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory, Lewiston. II. M Brewer, (Juld3tn, D. F. Notes JOHN T. ROtiEKSULCO~ (Jommission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. 61 Commercial Street, [hu.B.K?gmV | PORTLAND, ME. __ juneldGm AVholesale and Retail. Xj. DAVIS, Rookseller, Stationer, AKD KAKI’ViCTCaER o» Premium Paged Account Books. PAPEIt HANGINGS. Ko. 63 Exchange Street, Portland, Mo. juneldtt CHAS. J. SCHUMACHER, Fresco and Banner l'ainter, ^ o. 1*1 *1 Middle Street, PORTLAND, MR. Work executed in every part of the State. Juneltf RUFUS DURHAM, MiinuJactur- r and Wholesale Dealer in B HIT ANN IA —AMD— Plated Ware, Ko. 218 Fort street, Portland Maine. Portland, May 17th, 1864. mayl7dtl M. 0. WEBB & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Flour, X0.81 COMMERCIAL STREET, apl4 PORTLAND, MR. dtf BURGESS, FOBES, & CO., MAMUMACTURKR* OF lapnn, W hite Le»<l, Zinc, Palms, And (jrrouncl Colors, AMD DKALSUA IN Drugs, Medicines, Pa ntsf Oils & Varnishes. Paint and Color Factory, Ko. 29 Munjoy St., 0®r» A SmlrarooBi*, 80 ConiMirrrinl Si., (Thomam Bloom.) IIkmrt H. Beuflfsh, h<.n.■ . ■u, Chailks 8. Fubkh. PlKlLt.ML fit. maylSdtf HLAkE, JOAES A CO., FLOUR& GRAIN DEALERS, And Receiver* of Westtm and Canadian Produce, 137 Commerci al Street, ..... Granite Block. (baric* Blake. ) Henry A. Jones, J PORTLAND. R. W. Oage. ) jnnetdtf JOHN LYNCH & CO., \V\io\esu\c Gr oeers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite Stores. - - - Ccmmorc al street, (Opposite head Widgery Wharf,) John Lrnrh, ) 1‘elng Barker,; PORTLAND, ME. fboi. Lynch ) juneldtf UOI.E A MOODV, ORNERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And \\ holt-sal* Dealers in FLOUR* CORN AND PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt Block, Com mere al St, Knude*l7u\''/uoody, ! PORTLAND, UK. _ juuelddm BROWN & CROCKER. J. -1-^ _*^Li _rrVy,0, 1I.AI.N AND ORNAMENTAL STUCCO AND MASTIC WOHKI'RS. Oak street, between Congress and Free Sts., PORTLAND. U1 Coluriag, Whiti-bing, sut! Whitt-washing promptly sllendcd to. Order, from out 01 town «o lieitedjuncldtf BYRON GREENOUGH 4 CO., Manufacturers of Anil W holesale mid Retail Dealers in Furs, Hats, Caps, Gloves, &c., NO. 140 MIDDLE STREET, A.I!.~/b{ FOBTLAN0. ___ jnldtf E. K. LEMONT, Carriage M a mi tael urer, Preble Stioet, - - Portland, Me. ^y^Cariiages and SleigLs on hand and made to or‘Jyr- junolSdtf €. P. KIMBALL., *ANL KAtTL RKU OK Carriages and Sleighs, ^rwGl** Htreet, (Near Treble House,) PORTLAND, ME. Sale Rooms, llo and 112 Sudbury St., Boston, Mass. juoeltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Flour, Grain k Produce Commission Merchants, aaJ Millers’ Anents. Office and Warehouse Xo. 6 Galt Block, Commer cial Street. We otter for Hale to the trade, many choice and well-known Brand# of Hour, from St. Louis.l Hnoi#, Wisconsin, &o., which we are cou>fuutl receiviug. N , C. A Co . are also Agent# fjr Pittman k Co.'s, and otbo- lraud* ol manufactured lonacoi). D^Caih advauce# made ou ail cou«iguim*nt§. Portland, June 1, 1804. Juldtf DR. W. R. JOHNSON, DGNTINT, Inserts Artificial Teeth ou Gold. Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, aud warrant# them ia all cane# to be a perfect tit. Dr. J. also give# special attention to Filling Teeth. Otlico 229‘ Cougrcs# street, t wo door# west from tho Court ilouftrv Portland, Juue 1.18*34.—eod2m 63 Removal. 63 J. M. KNIGHT & SON, Commission !Vcr«bant«, A Ad dealer# In Couutry Produce, have moved to No. ! 68 Commercial street. Pfrtland, May 10th, 1861. maylOdtf BUSINESS CARDS. BRADLEY, MOULTON feROGERS WuOLKiALK DXALERH IN Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial atreot, Thomas Block, ROBERT BRALIT,) «. M moulton, [ PORTLAND, MB. A. «. UOOKU9. ) may&Jtf W. W. CARR & 00., Having taksn th© Fruit Store formerly occupied b> a. SAWYKli. Ao. 5 Exchange Street, Are prepared to offer to th© trade a largo and wall •elected stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit! Wholesale and Retail Orange*. Spruce Gum, Lesengea Liemoua, Canary Seed, Caudle*, Clmr*, Lenten Syrup, Honey, Frunea, Cocoa Nut*. Fig*, Citron, Nut*, ull kinds, Dates, Olive*, Kalsla*. Tobacco, Sardine*. Cigars* Fancy Candles of nU description, octfi dtf IRA WINN, Agent, No. 11 Union St., I. preputd to ftirciah STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, of varioo. ilz.. ud psttenu, 8teu Pipe ud Putem, Sill faring, Shifting, Filleji.h. Liobt Uoubb Work of all descriptions, and all kinda of work required in building Fortifications. IronStairs and other Architectural Work. Houses, Store#, and other buildings, fitted with Gas and Steam in tho beat manner. in oonneotion with the above I, ui Iron Foundry with a large assortmeat cf Patterns, to whloh the atteution ol Machinist*, Millwright,,and Shlp-Butld ere ie invited—and all kinds ol Castings tarnished at short notion. Bp-Orders for Maohlne Jobbing, Patterns and Forgings, promptly executed. ooJd tf <UN«ER)8 SEWING MACHINESI WOOD.1UII, TRUE «t CO., AGENTS, Noa. *4 and S«.Middle Street. Need) ess cd Trlmmixgtalwayt oahaad. etahUtf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD. DENTIST, No. 170 Muldl Street. liTOnon.Drt. Bacon and Bbmlix. Portland, May », IMS. U . Dr. J. n. IIEALD HAVING dispowd of his entire interest In hit Office to Dr. 8.C FERNALD, would cheerfully reoocinmcnd him to hit former patient# and the pub* lie. Dr. Pkbnai.d, from long experience, 1# proper* ed to inaert Artificial Teeth on the “ Vnloanite Base,” and all other methods known to the proton-ion Portland. May U. 1861 tf WDDD AND COAL CHEAP EOR CAsy ! SPUING MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH. IIKZILTON, SUGAR LOAF, OLD COMPANY LEHIGH, LO CUST .MOUN I\A IN JOHNS. DIAMOND, WKBS TKR aud BLAf ’K HEATH. The»o Coal- are of the very bent quality, well screened and picked, and warranted to give t»at refaction. A luo for sale beet of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Office Conn fecial 3t., head of Franklin Wharl. S. HOUNDS At SON. feblGdly WAR REV’S ini'ORVED FIItK AND WATERPROOF FELT COMPOSITION, -AMD Gravol Roofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. E. HER8EY, Agent, Jau2S dtf No. Id L'nica Street. ALBERT WEBB * CO., -DiaLxaa IX Corn, Flour and Grain, HELD OF MERRILL'S WHARF, I's.wmlal Street, - - Perllwwd, Mt. IcUtf EDWARD H. BURGIN, WHO I. KB A LB DBALKH IN Corn, Mea\ and Flour, Also, Ground Bock 8alt ConimiKMon Merchant FOB PUBCUABKAIO BALIOF Harley, Rye and Oats. t ar* loaded with Corn in balk free of charge. IVurchoiiM* No. 120 Commercial Stieet, vin i/cvnun nriuge. _ junoleod6ra JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK, mclilTdAwtf Trmi*lx Strkit. Scotch Canvas, -FOE SALE ET JAMES T. PATTEN & CO., Hath. He. 0|~W\ BOLTS Superior Bleached &\JKJ 900 do All Lon* flax “Gov- A, w crnmeni contract,” *vori», •00 do Extra All Long flax Arbroath. ♦ 80o do Navy Fine Delivered in Portland or Bouton. Rath. April to. 1S«S apttdtf M. PEARSON, Silvor Plater, AND MANUFACTURER OF SILVER WARE, 238 Congress 8t.,Opp. Court House Portland.Me. !ry“AII kind* of WARE, such as Knives, Forks, Spoons, Cake Basket*. Castors, Ac, piatcd in the best manner .Also. REPAIRING and RE-FINISHING Old Silver Ware. Jan29 d6m n EMOV A. L . DR. HEWTON HAS removed Ms residence to No. 37 Middle Street, corner of b ranklin street. Office a* heretofore, A’o. 115 Exchange Street, In Noble's Block, up stairs. Office hours from 9 to 10 A M., from 2 to 3. and from 3to 9 o'clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, iu connection with genera) practice, to give special attention to DISEASES OW FEMALES. oodldtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, P XT 3IBER! MAKER OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 194 EXCII INGE STREET, l’OKTLANU, ilK. Warm, Cold mid Shower Rath*, Wash Howl*, lira** dr Silver Plated Cocks, INVERT description of Water Fixtures for Dwel -A ling House*, Hotels, Public Buildings, Shop*, Ac , arrau*;e<l ami set up in the best manner, and all orders in town or country faithfully executed. All kind* of jobbing promptly attended to. Constantly on hand LEAD PIPES, SIIEK1 LEAD and BEER PCMP8 of all description*. ap9dtf Tin* Agency 1.3OR collecting all classes of claims arising from the war is that of the • MAINE WAU CLAIM ASSOCIATION,” in wbi.b tb. expanse »r« wontruiWd by » ..led t-xacutlr . Committal*. Apply in puraon. or by loiter, to QKORUR F. til KBY, or.r tb. l'orllxud l*..t OID.., 3d atory. d.wly MERCHANDISE. Huckmetack Ship Timber. OAK. Hackmettck. auil Hard Wood Plank,Tree nails from 12 to 2b iuehes, Treenail Wedges, Ac. i fcc- by L. TAYLOR, June2bd3m Galt's Wharf, Portland. Trapani Salt Afloat. *1 OfiOH.,II)8' Trapani Sat cargo of ihip rI)* " '* I "Rccoambeau" for sale by i J"ne 13d3w DANA k CO. Cluiified Cider, I NOR tale by MOSES MORRILL, Agent, j juneltldlm* 2t>* Fore street. Portland. Treenails. 100,000 Zffl*,,AK IREt‘NAIL8'f0* MMoaTON k KNIGHT. 48 Comtnorctal Wbarf. Portland, June 13,1864. junol&dtr Apples, Apples, w)i W | Blil.S. Li.c Ruscet Applet, for sale by , F A.bMITlI, l'J uucl 21 Silver street. June 11.—<13** ‘Honey.” 7TCS PRIME Ci BA HONEY, for tale in bond on duty paid. THOMAS ASENCIO k CO. June 10.— Isdtl Sugar and 3QQUHDS.lCii01C£ MUSCOVADO SU 10TC8. J OAR. 371 illibb superior Mu co.ado, and 3 Ita Clay ad Jli>]a->rn, i 11 BbLb from oi‘».ra Morena, ' Sow landing and lursaie by laoMAa Ab&SCIO k CO., i may9tf Custom lloum; Wharf. i _ __ I feierrtt iflorenu Molunet. I QO RUUDS . €>00 l CUOICF. sierra MORENA 3d TIERCES 1 MOLabSES, 10 RUES ’ Now landtug from Brig "C. 11. Kennedy" TUoS. ASENCIO k CO., May 8.—tf C. U Wharf. Mcotch C'auvBst*. d riA ll/tl Tj fenM ike r..a.__ * n_i a .. sar k Sons, Leith—a sail cloth of superior , quality—Just received per ‘ Jura'f, and fur *w.e by MoOlLVEKY, RYAN k DAVJb. mchSfidtf 181 Commercial str* et. WANTS, LOST, FO UN I) Boy Wanted, To Learn the Book and Job Printicg Businesi. 4 SMART, active, intelligent Boy, about 15 yrata < lY of age, who )>a« had a goo I common school ed ucation, is wanted iinmediawl) at TUCKER'S Book and Job Printing Office. U> and 71 Exchange street. Portland, June 28. 1H84 - 1 w $300 BOUNTY. V. S.YAYY \ W .V > T 13 1> . For United States Steamer Pontoosuc, NOW IN PORTLAND. i’5 Stamen, 15 Ordinary Seamen. 75 Landsmen, 10 Firemen, 16 Coal Hearers. Apply to Naval Rendezvous, foot of Exchange St, JOUX P. HEATH, Coin mane in g JuDclOdtf LoH. IN th*« City on Saturday. Jane 26th. % Mark ’esth vr l'ock Book, containing about 6tt> iu bi.l». to gether with two pronil-aory notes, pay able to my or der. one drawn hv A. 11. I a nion lor 66l, and me by K. Bachelder icr 610; alaosjuiu rec- ipu. si tied hill-. Ac. Whoever w.ll return the phck»*f-bo k and Contents to tills office or«o J. M Mi bait A « «#. Congress stiect, shail be bard*, mely rc*ar«'*d. . iotnSMlw* J. E. F. CUftHMAM. Iloust'kei^ier Uiiiiftitl. V RESPECTABLE American Wejnao. o" rrbmt In alth. desiring a aituatiou as btustke* tier in u latuily iu the couutry. will plea«e address, with ref* •imch. llouaKUHKrcu, Pies* cm jUUi M-vi I w Wanted Itniiirdiau iy. A N Agent of either sex in every t> vr i and village, A to oogaee in a light and pre tit able I u-it *-s. ny which from 68.00 to «12 pjr week can bji.-iad* I «r ann* having leisure evenings tan make f ont 50j to •l.bOpcr evening. A sample with full particulars, l **nt b> mail to all who end "e on* 3 to .? Manp, au<1 addtrss A. C. SPALLD1M. fc t «>.. JuoeSldfcwlm* West Hampstead, N. If. C?oni|»o«»itorM Wanted. ON E or t wo fir.-1 rfiss finale eomp*>-i*«rs will find constant employment, and tb* h gbe*» ia»rs pa d in theeity, on application ut THIS orllcK. may2Sdtl $35 Reward ! STOLEN from the subscriber on Tuesday Even ing. while iu Pierce’s auctiou room, a Calf Skin Pock* t Book contaiug 61 4 in money, a note against Charles liodgdon, (iorhani. for KO.and sue against Charles iloopvr for 612. The above reward will be paid lor the recovery of tho property and the detec tion of the thief Tune 8.—tf (ifcoUt.E BECK Hoiim* Wanted. WANTED to purchase for rang, a convenient House suitable lor a sm ill /amilp, with usual conveniences, centrally and pleasantly located — Price not to exceed 63.000. Address "Taylor" at the Press Office. may l«tf Itnanl SUITS of Hoorn.. with Beard, can be obtained hy applying immediately at 30 Danforth .treat. Nay Uth niayll.ltf A. & 8. SHURTLEFF & CO., j NOS. .VI A 50 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND. Manufacturers and Dealer* in Men's Boys’ and Youth's Thick, Kip and Calf Boots, Womon's Mutes and Children's Goat. Kid and Calf Balmorals, Bubbera. Shoo Stock, Findings, &c. V17TTH our superior facilities for manufacturing, * f and a large experience iu the bu*ioe*s. we we are able to sell a* low as iu Poston or tlscwhere. Dealers ar< illy invited to call and ex amine our stock before purchasing. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Portland, April 23, 1*G4. dCm THE FIRST MTIOVU BUI OF PORTLAND. Holders of U. S. 7-30 Notes, Con have them exchanged fors'x percent, tweu ty year bonds by leaving them with this bank. The interest on the notes will be paid iu coin, at the rate 7 3 10 percent, to July 1, and the bonds will be de . livered here as soon a* they can bo prepared by tbe Government. These 20 year bonds are tbe most de sirable of any of the government Mouritie*. Con versions must be made in sums of $600 or its multi ple. A comuiipHtou of one quarter of one percent, will be charged. W. K. GOULD, Cashier. Portland. May 25, IS64. may25<H>dtf i tiforsr U. .Vianm>u, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 74 Middle Street, Portland, Me. A share of patronage respctfnlty solicl'ed and satisfaction given. Order* from the country promptly at leaded to. Address George W Mauson, 74 Middle street, I Hoorn No. 10, up stairs, Portland, Me. J—i M dtl L ISE A LITTLE, Who'esala Dealt r* in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AND W oolona, No. 14V Miilill, A. Utui. } POBTLAKD. MK. JuneTdtf It are C li ii nee! MALE J FEMALE AGENTS WANTED mu travel Id all part, of the Nta'e in a pleasant X auil money .makiug bu.iuew. <‘fi .alary or w.»m uii-a.ou UJ*r agent* are making trom 94 to 9lf per day We wall tend .amp «• -ltU tn«t rue Iona, on the receipt of *5 cent.. U.eaae call or addrea. I j h. a curriM. a t o , ; 229 Uongrea. street, Portland. Juaolf-dla i » i n clothing. CUSTOM CLOTHING! N. 8. GARDINER, 62 Middle St., Opp. Post Office, Is roeiriug weekly tL« MATEST and MOST ELE OAST STYLES —or— French, English and American Doeskins, Cassimeiea and C'oalingu, Wh'cli we are prepared to msmifacture into Gar- ' meats not turpatted in Style </ Cut, and workmanship, by any bouse in this City or -State — Mil. JOHN H. LARKIN, Attends to the Cutting of Garments in this Kstablish- ■ ment, whoa* reputation as a rathionatUe. Tatty I w®*'a,,uwu Portland anu ether elttei. 00 “au‘1 a,“1 cou*i*nlv receiving all ' the different vaiietie* of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, ! Usually kept by those iu the business. June 14—eod4w removal. JOSIAH BURLEIGH hai removed to NEW STORE, EVANS* BLOCK, Nos. 141 A 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Wholesale and He tail Dea’er In Cothlny.Coths, Tailors' Trimmings, -AMD GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Nos. 141 4c 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BtIKLEltiH, Agent for Grover A Baker'* celebrated Sewing Maehinefn, Noi. 141 & 143 Middle Street. NATHAN QOOLD Will u; to hi* friends tint he may be ionnd at Bur leigh'e, No. 141 k 143 Middle street, where he will be plea ed to wait upon hie former customers. Portland. March 24.1864. dtf JUST RECEIVED I 1VOLLINS & HAVING refittfd their store and received a large assortment of ELEGA.HT STYLES -Of c L. O T H S ! ARE PREPARED TO Show Them to Their Cnetoneri. Alio, Clothing & Furnishing Gocdsp< In lirvai Variety, -AT 95 NXicldle Street. mayStf NOTICE. U.AJ INC* sold our inter* *t in tho Dry Good* bu sinow in Portland to Mwr« B. F . Hamilton ft to . wt wi*h to acknowledge tho liberal and c*« stantty inerta»iugpatrouag« we have received for the past eight year* and to recommend all oar cu» tomer* and the public to the new concern. Mr. (V W. itobiunoo will remain at the store for the present to settle the account* of the ooccf-ro. Alt l>«*r*ou« having unsettled account* ail confer a fa vor by adjustitig them at cnee. Mr Kobins^n will also continue? to act a» agent for the Weed hewing Machine Manufactures Ct m P*“j»..17.od,r C- W.»OB.NMU.ACO B. F. HAMILTON & CO. Successors to C. IV. Robinson A Co. WOULD rory respectfully Invite all former pa tious to the house, and tltv public generally to a free ♦ xauituatiun of our govds at ail timea. Wiih long experience and close attention to the wants of customer*, at d adhering strictly to the CASH SYSTEM, Be'iaving it to be Lett* r for the buyer as well as the seller, we hope to merits large -barge of patroonge. Several lots of goods to close cheap to make room for N K w a o o t> « . Mr. W. N Prince, together with the employee* in the store are to be retained and will be happy to see all thetr customers a« formerly. B F. ii AM I LI UN k CO . Comer Con re*« and l*r.h!.. jnaei.eoatf INTEBNATIONAL BANK! SjKlul Upclmj. The Stockholder, of the International Bank .are hereby notified th»t l Special Meeting of uld Stoek bold r* will be held nt the Bank on Wodueeday, ihe •ixth day of July next, at three o’clock P. II, to conrldrr the exped ency of surrendering the charter of said Bank: and also to consider the expediency of connrting the Bank into a National Bank under the chatter or certificate granted to I ho Kirst Na tional Bank of Portland, and to adopt any proper measure, la relation thereto. By Order of the Directors. W. E GOULD, Cnattier. Portland. June 22,1SS4.—dtd 126 Exchange Street. 126 Hugh M. 3Phi.nn.ey, \VrOUM> inform hi* friod* tud former customer* v" th it be ha* taken the Store A'o 12*1 Kxchanye Street, whore be intends to carry on tha Si»vf anti Furnace* itusliiets, In axil it* tranche*. STOVKS, of ill klnd«, ofthe newest aud most approvtd pattern*, Furnaces and Ranges, Tin and Hollow Ware. i# Second hand Stove* bough*, or take u in ex change* tor new. 8 TOY LX. Ka»oe*. Ki'knacm, and Tin War* repaired At short notice, iu a faithful manner. (grateful for lormer patrousg*. he ho e* by *trict atteuliou to buxines*, and fair dealing, to receive r, geucrou* share of public .'avor. _____ _ raa>23dtf Talk about Hats ! JUST SEE HARRIS' NEW STYLES. June 4—dtf FIB BWOBK8 Ur EVERY DESCRIPTION. i IT T T E It A AlISTM, 32 usd33 Federal Street, amd 107. 111. and 113 Com 9 res* S: , Boat ox, Wholes** a Demers ij T Irt*works Cklocac kanlrrii^ Toirhcv At*. TUK A K\\ 17 BIOS L4BTBHS Erd. White and Blue, for Political Processions. Exhibi'ionx iu rubbed to anv amouut. Send for Price List juaetid'ojul) 4 INTERNATIONAL HOTEL COMPANY. STOCK SUBSCRIPTION. 13 EKSOX 8 dcalrvoa of aiding iu the construction of a first-cl»sx llo*el lor Portland, ar* n«]u *'«d to rail o4 Mr M N. Kjc1*. Mercian** Kxchaure. on and after the 20th ioet when a book will b« opened for subscription* to Stock of the above company and win remain open until July 2utb, 1*)| Juue IT.—dim UP-TOWN SHOE STOKE! SAMUEL BELL.353 CONGRESS ST., HAS constantly on hand a large and well select ed stock of Boots, Shoes, And ALL ARTT4LKS x> TP AT LUII, for the US* Of Ladies, <J<4nl«iu*n aud Cbildien. to which be lu Yttes the atteuliou ol these about to make purchases, . as having on-* of the best In the city. Custom I Work and Repairing done nth aeatnees aud dis patch. Portland, Jane 21.— dtoaogl MILLINERY WIXN k PALMEH B£0 leave to eUI tbs attention of tbs trade gener ally to tbair large and WELL SELECTED STOCK MILLINERY 0OOD8. «2JStSSViS.‘SJrMS«SfiS ,ud *>r obtaining* goods, tin y re .1 fully confident in being able to lucceHlUIr COS^«rI'. ■"> Br“* *" New'K5liS.r r u ■ . .I1.* I*11*' taken to keep a tall stook Of’ end Laaie.’ bklRrg. “ ______ Janeldlm straw <*OOU»T ■ T!'E ’•®h«r«>er le daily reoelrlng Iron lbs Hotel Work*. F ox boro. Mass all ika n„w n,s d-etrabl. etyte. of’, MdUteSj Straw Bonnet*, Of ell qualities. Alio distantly on band a liras atcck of branch acd American flower* eu jA Hc*d Dresses, Ac , which he will fall attbe lewate prices. JOHN K *“ Jtineldlm144 Middle strwrf. Portland. NEW MILLINERY STORE! New Good*! \T A .ROBERTSON has taken tbs Saw store, Ivk No. 31 tree Street, corner qf tenter, aid has •elected e Superior Assortment of millinery, X!“..UA1 Z tS'iZ h*r w“,u F. ▲ food aiwortmeut of MOURNING Constantly on hand . I hree or foer good M,Miners can rasters steady employment by Inquiring as above. epd-deodtf ’ GR ART'S COFFEE &8PIC I MILL*. ORIQIHAL KSTABL lSUM MU T. J. GRANT, Wholesale Dealer in all kinds ef COFFEE, SPICES, Main-ruius A Cream Tartar, ATete Coffee and Spice Hills, 13 and u Totem terete. a vriiiMT, me. Coffee and Spice* put up 'or the trade, with irr mure**, in nil variety o! prckaye*. and winutai av repreeeoted Coffee roasted and ground fbr the trade at non IQ »<**. XT All (Coda entroated a'. the owner'* rlak. __ marehlfdtff Copartnership Nodec, -Alb BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT THE aubacribera haring oa the 7th day of Mar formed ft copartnership under the ns me of McCarthy k Berry, ffor the parpoee of carrying oa the BOOT ABB SHOE BUSI1SS8 In all it* branch*#, and bating all the fseilitte* tor get’icg up Ur.t c)n*s work for gentlemen and ladle*, wear, are new ready to execute ill order* with Het nee* amt aiepmteh. I>ur work will be made ef the boat of imported ,tock. by I be bed of workmen, led warranted to give peroct tattofaetion. It I* oar aim tbat < n r work (ball not he reeoad te any la the f Ble ed Stale*. W- hat* alto completed a stock of readv-made work of the drtt quality, t*r 7 lauliea. Gentlemen, and Chlldrao’s Wen i Selected from New Tork and Keeton market* Our Ladiee’ work ie from Ike eclvbrnted Kuril of New Tork. >or Ueotlemcn’* wear we bare the beet aaeortmeat everoffered Ibr sale in this eity; enchas line Frvneh I'atent Leather Hoot*; lilove l alf and Calf < oa grew lor gentlemen's wear; Patent Leather Can C«. and i air ( ongre** Balmoral, and tew Trench k'e Boot* litre you **on th* new atyle l l:l Ml KD-FRuMT BLi KLE BOOT, now made bv hci why k bur ry? For rentnee*. comlort and beauty, it *arp*m*a inything ever got opi*ihJe*ity Cull and *ee tt; •ample* al« ■; a on hand at the old stud ef M. Mo Carlliy. HoCAItTlll A BERRY. ?lo.»6 Exchange fltieet. uneldn United States Claim Agency! Rouni)', Prize Money * Prattles*. CAN be obtained oa *pplientl*a *o SWKAffc CLEAVES, Attorney* at Law, No. 117 Middle street, Mareey'* Raw. m*v kleorlOm BRADFORD A HARM OB. Pension and Claim Agents, (Eetabliahcd la 1861.) STILL continue to derota their special aad enela •ive attention to the pro*.cution of Claim* Mr Pension*. Bonntbm, Arrcora of Pay amd Prize Money, And all other *l*inw against the -- Wr ing h«»a dull liceneed ther-fbr. £P“ All advice free. Term* u low ** at x*y oth er Agenry, and no pay required until th* claim*are obtained. ftflice 88 Exchange *tr**t, Joe* Block. E. BRADFORD. June21 —dtf *■*. HAMM*. cmLLiN iiuusii AND BEDDING OUT PLANTS, IRcpectfally in form the public tbct I bee* baud a large cMorturut of Green Hour, and Bedding-out riant*, for Spring ,a!e. of aaDarter •loalitr. via: Vaaaaaxa, Danina. raiiteoai. vm*. I’AXHBt and Kcxu. Also, a flue nnllrnttna or A.raa t-nanra. kc . kc . ft,. A leleotion may alway* be foand at Randall ft W, ltaey'*, Market Square. Urderalaft theta wfli be promptly attmdeo to. ALBERT DIRWANGFR. FiorM. PortlandCUMl,r,f »°fth “d The Cabinet Organs MADS EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN Are the beet Invtrument* of their elaae ia the world. Nearly all the moat prominea' arti.t, in the eoaalrr hare given written teaUmony to thi* effect and thaaa iuatrunu-ut! nre in oonaUnt na# In the concerto et the mo,t d-itieguwhed artiat*—aa Gottaebalk and other*—a* well a* in the ., >iu la the price pal al« iet whenever *nch ina-rnmeuta arc iron-red Frtee *<6 to 85"0 each. Theae luit-ument* mav ba fooed at the Mimic noom* or the anb*rrlber. where they will be iold at the manufacture.*' price*. II. 8. ID WARDS, N'o.JUj Stewart'a Block, t'ongre** St. ___ _ aprlldtt Icc t'reaiu ! Ice Cream ! ! A.t Brown’s Oyster and Ice Cream Saloon, No. 112 till 134 Exchange St., Oppoaite the International Uoaee. togy7dtf IF YOIJ HAVEN’T A REFRIGERATOR ! (VR. if you have an old one that don't exeofly * si it vou. don't fhil to examine the very boot pat* tern uow in nee, the POLAR REFRIGERATOR. For tale at the Furniture Roouib of WALTER CXVRKT, S3 and M Exchange street. JuueS, 1864 —d2m CITY OF PORTLAND. VTTEMION is ea’Ied to Sect on 88 of tbo Or« dinjinc ♦ teepee: iitg Interment*, it'auy person shall be deircu* to move oat of tbo < ity the body of a tleceasoJ putcn for interment, he rhail taako application to ibe Superintendent of Burials for no*mi*tk»o so to <|o, and said Superin t udeot shall grant ri< h perm «*icn if no cause shaft appear for wituholding the, and shall attend to such removal iu person, or employ one of tbo aa* d< rtaker* of the city to attend thereto Penalty for violation of tLie Ordinance not iem than tva mar inert* thau twenty dollars All violations of this Ordinance will be proeoeated according to law LOL'IS Bl’Jit F., fluperinteudoat of boriala. Portlard. June 10, 1864.—dim EvrrtirefD Cemetery. THE Superintendent of F.vergreen t'craeterv win te *t hi* o.hea, In New City Bni ding entrani!. on Mvitla Street, from 12 o'clock M. to I o clock I* M . every day, except Sunday,, to atteadto any aalla luejoutet on with acid t eaaetery. Orders may he left at the office at any time ap'dhdtoaugl II. C. B ABB. Snperinteudmt. Copartnership. THE noilervlgnad have formed a copartnership nuder tba name ot Fbakwa* Baotaaaa. and ^ tLVi'Uj2» Ifeimcrly occupied by lwttohall ft Cnamplln No 43 C-'mmeraU! • rv*t, wba-e tltoy prt.po«e to carry on tba Floor. Tea and Tobaaaa bumaaaa. JAMES FREEMAN. SAMUEL frbmmaJ Portland, Juno F.-tUx, “"**** •

Other pages from this issue: