Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 7, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 7, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. _•____ VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1864. WHOLE NO PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN. Editor. published ut No. 82* EXCHANGE STREET,bj N. A. FOSTER A CO. Thu Pobtlamd Daily Panaris published at 68.0« per year; it paid strictly iu advance, a discount ol • l.iW will be made. Single copies three cents. rue R a mu Statu Pause Is published every Thors day morning.at *2.00per annum, in advance; #2.25 It paid within six mouth*; and *2.60,if payment bt delayed beyond the year. Kates of Advertising: One inch of spaoo in length of ooluinn, constitute! a 4**<juakk.” * *1.60 per square daily first week; 75 cents per week alter; three insertions or less, #1.00; continuing eve ry other day after first woek, 60 cents. Half square, three insertions or less 76 cents; out week, #1.00; 60 cents per woek after. Under li.'ad of Amuhkmrnt*, $2.00 per square per week; three insertions or less, #1,60. SruuiAL Norious, *1.76 per square first week, •LOO per square after; three insertions or less, *1.26; hilf a square, three insertions, *1.80; one week, #1.46. Advertisements inserted in the klAiwa Statx Panes (which ha* a large circulation iu every part of the Ststei for 60 ocuts per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Luual Notio ns at usual rates. Transient advertisement* mast be paid forin ad vanoo Bupim*** Nonose, In reading columns, 12 cents per line for one insertion. No charge loss than fitly c nts for each insertion. MT"Ail communications intended for the paper should be directed to the “ Jfrfitor qf thr Pre»»," and those of a businmn character to the Publishtn. STF*Job PaiMTiuo of every description executed with dispatch. F. Tracy* Traveling Agent. COMMUNICATIONS. Letter from the Third Maine Regiment. We are permitted to make the following s\t rarts from a letter from a Caotain in the 3d Maine Regiment, to a gentleman in this city. The letter bears date, “Near Peters burg," dune 20th, 1004: “We have had a bard time of it since we ielt Maine. We have been on the march, or under fire for the last month; and I aiu uow writing in a rifle pit. The balls are flying over my bead all of the time—one juat struck the earth iu back of ms. We have to keep our beads down; if we don't, the rebs give us oue. 1 was reading a paper yester day, in my pit, aud a stone came an 1 hit my paper and kuocked it out of my baud. I ex pect the hilt hit Ilia top of the rifle pit, and t'trew the gravel in the pit. Very often the dirt fliei all oter me. Lieut. Col. Urowu was wounded yesterday. He was hit in the arm, and the ball passed through his arm and side —the same bail. Col. Brown is a brave olti cer. He bas been with the regiment ever since we entered the field, and always ready to go when ordered. He lias bec.n up day and night, for the last week. I am willing to go under him wherever he would lead us. He was iu the rifle pit, looking ont, when he was struck. 1 was in the rear of him. He was as cool as I ever saw any one. 1 went to the rear with him, and the balls were flying thick and fast. Oue mail was shot next to me, when I went out ol the pit with him. I have got used to the whizzing of the bullets. We left North Anna river May 2Mih and have been on the march, or under tire, all of the time. 1 bad titty men iu my company when we started to cross the James river, and when we halted the next morning, I had four men! so you can judge what kind of a march we had. Wc started at eight o'clock at night and marched until seven the next morning belore we had a rliance to make our coflee. We then started again at ten that forenoon, aud arrived near Petersburg about three in the afternoon; went to the front, and our brigade made a charge on the rebs at three tbc next morning, and captured oue of their cannon and a number of prisoners. We were highly complimented by lieu. Burnside. That night, I felt used up, but am stroug again aud ready for another light. The hard est fight I have been in was on the 3d of June, at a place called Cold Harbor. The boys fought bravely. Capt. Cbadwell is sick, and I suppose, Lieut. Mitchell.” The regiment has for duty at this date (June 20lh), three hundred men and eleven officers. We have lost in killed aud wounded, since I have been out here, eighty men and four officers—Capt. Main, Co. D, mortally wounded, Capt. Keyes, Co. C, wounded, Lt Perkins, Co. K. wounded in the foot, aud Lt Col. Brown. The regiment has lost in all oue hundred aud fifty men killed aud woun ded. besides a great many of them sick. Oue man from Co. C was just killed; he was eat ing his dinuer. Uis name was Utury A. II u aey, Co. C; was shot through tho neck, lie belongs in Portland, I believe. C. W. Enrollment Bill. The following is the enrollment hill as it passed the Seuate and Mouse of ltepreseuta tives on Saturday evening. As its details are of interest to all we publish the bill entire; Section 1. The President may call for any uuwber of men as volunteers for the respect ive terms of oue, two aud three years. Such volunteers or their substitutes shall he credit ed to the town, township, ward, etc., toward the quota of which he may have volunteered or eugaged as a substitute. Kvery accepted aud mustered voluuleer for oue year shall re ceive $100 bounty, for two years, $200, for three years $000; one third of the bounty at the time of mustering in, one-third at the ex piration of half the term of service, aud one third at the expiration ol the term of service. In case of his death in service the residue of his bounty goes to the widow ; in case there is no widow theu to the children; in case there arc no children, then to the soldier's mother, if she he alive. Section 2. If any quotas are not filled with in fifty days alter such a call, theu the President shall order a draft for one year to fill such quota or any part thereof which may he un titled. In case of any such draft no payment of money shall he accepted or received by government as commuutiun to release any enrolled or drafted man from his personal ob ligation to perforin military service. Section 3. It shall he lawful for the execu tive of any of the Stales to send recruiting agents into any of the States declared U> l>e In the rebellion, except Tennessee, Arkansas aud Louisiana, to recruit volunteers mulct any call under the provisions of this act, who shall be credited to the State aud the respect ive subdivisions thereof which may procure the enlistments. Section 4. Drafted men, substitutes, ami volunteers shall he aisigued to organization* from their own States, and as far as possible of their own selection. Section 5. Any person under sixteen eu listed or mustered without the consent ol hi* pareut or guardian, shall he immediately dis charged upon repayment of the bounty re eeived by him, and the officer knowingly en listing or mustering such person, shall he dis missed the service with forfeiture of pa* and allowances, aud he subject to court-mar tial. Section (5. Drafts shall be for otic hundred per cent, in addition to the number require*: to fill the quotas. Section 7. Drafted persons shall be rIIowci: transportation to place of rendezvous. Section A All persous in the naval service of the Uaited States who have entered suit service during the present rebellion, whohavi not been credited to the quota of auy town district, ward or State by reason of their he ing in said service, aud not enrolled prior h February 24th, lsfo4, shall, upon satisfactor; proof of their residence made to the Secrets ry of War, b« enrolled and be credited to tin quotas of their place of residence. . Section 9. Drafted men absent from liom shall be notified at soon as possible but shal not be deemed deserters till reasonable lim h given them to return. Sectlou 10. The existing law is not changei in reipect to persous conscientiously opposei • to hearing arms. Official Report of the Crops. Tlie National Intelligencer gives ihe follow ing summary ou the lorlhcoming reports of the Department of Agriculture on the condi tion of the crops in Juue: Apples. A good crop in the Eastern aud Middle States, hut uot good ill the Western, much of the bloom having fallen off without setting the fruit. Peaches. In the Eastern Slat s the crop promises well; in the Western it is almost totally destroyed, with many of the trees. Grapes. Many were killed to the snow line ou the first day of January, others had the fruit buds more or less injured in the West, but Mill a fair crop Is anticipated. HVieaf ( ICInfer.) The growing condition of this crop is most excellent, except in Northern Wisconsin aud Minnesota, where drouth has prevailed, and in oue or two other localities, hut it was severely injured by the cold of last February, where there was tint little snow on the ground. The general inju ry from this cause is estimated at not leratbau thirty per cent. As the time approaches for harvesting, this crop iu the Eastern and Mid dle States, however, bids fair to he a superior oue. Sprintj Wheat. In amount this crop is uot quite an average, on account of the lateness of tlie spring and the scarcity of labor, hut it is in a very favorable growing condition. I Corn. The lateness of the spring kept hack planting, but the very warm weather has brought this crop forward very rapidly, and it promises well at title time. It. is nearly an average crop in the number of acres planted, many injured wheat Helds having been put in crn. Oats. Universally spoken at as the largest and most promising crop of tlie kind ever sown in our country. . (’later anil the (trasses. These are in ex cellent condition, aud the ex|iectation is that the hay crop will be unusually large. Advance in Professional Fees. We see it stated in the Boston papers that ***v ui mat VltJ, U.UC advanced their prices for a single visit, in j casts of regular attendance, from $2 to $3. For a first visit in consultation the fee is fixed at from $") to $10. For a visit in the night, or between tbe hours of 9 o’clock 1*. M., and 8 A. M., the fee will be from $5 to $10. Mem bers of the Physicians’ Association have the privilege of rendering their services gratui tously to persons in indigent circumstances, and it is held to be the duty of the practi tioner in every case to make any deduction from these rates which he conscientiously be lieves that the circumstances of the patient render necessary. In this city, in consequence of tire greatly increased expenses of living, the physicians, both “regular” and homoepalhic, we under stand, have felt compelled to advance their fees about filly per cent. There is one fact worthy of notice: that the lees of the Port land physicians now arc actually less than were those of the Boston physicians before the increase, and only about one half of the Boston Ices as now established, and this, too, while the expenses of living in this city, in all perhaps except rents, is about up to the Bos ton ra’ea. The Crops in New York. The drouth that has prevailed so generally throughout the North and in some of the western States, seems notlo have visited New York. The Sy racuse Courier of 23d says:— “From nearly every county and towuship of the State we hear the most encouraging re ports of the crop prosjiects. The grass is un usually heavy and oats very fine; aud If noth ing occurs to mar the present promise, the harvest of hay and oats will be very abundant. A greatly increased area has been planted in corn, and tbe conditions have thus far beeu favorable to a large yield of that staple. The other staple grains are also doing well. Of fruit there is the pros|>ect of the greatest abundance, with the exception of cherries, which hare sufit-red considerably from the wet weather. Strawberries have also been dam aged in some sections of the State by the wet, but os a general tiling an immense area bas been devoted to tb'-ir culture, and the crop is enormous. The peach crop will be far above tbe average, aod tbe minor fruits, lierries of all kinds, will also lie most abundant. Many of our farmers are growing large amounts of flax aud tobacco, and if no unfavorable cir cumstances interfere there will be a large crop of both.” Mr. Million Dollars. A man may make a milliou dollars, and be— a man. For a mxu wnu has got a milliou do!-« iars, you know, i» a uiau—iu New York, aud, I suppose iu ilosiou. (Laughter.) Every body takes bis bat oil' to Mr. Milliou Dollars, lie is conciliated, be is respected; aud if lUere is any prospect that the dew will be sbakeu oil bis branches, be is iuvited every where. il a muu has a milliou doliais, he is a man; but be dies, aud his milliou dollars, is cut iuto four quarters, and four persous carry it oil their several ways. Mi. Million Dollars, alter au appropriate funeral, is buried aud tuere bo lies; aud in a lew years, nobody talks about him, nobody tbiuas about him, nobody bears about him. Iu liny years, the shrewdest iuau might go and read bis gcavesloue, aud flud—“Mr. Milliou Dollars.'- “Who was be, aud where is bis money t” Aud it would puzzle au antiquary to tell wiiat those lour beirs did do with it. it puzzled them a few I years, to tell where it bud gone to. (Laugh ter. ) lie made bis money ; it gavu him power and inhueuce; hu distributed it among his heirs ; yes, he dinlriOutetl it, aud they squan dered il; lie di/d aud weut to dust, and that was the last of him, so far as this world is coucerned—1 don’t know what became of him beyoud. lint suppose that instead of that be bad made himself his owu executor, aud had put fifty thousand dullars behind a printing press, aud sai I, "As long as iulerest lasts ou that fifty thousand dollars, work, 1’ress, work!’’ Suppose he had taken some treatise written lor liberty, based upou the llible, aud carrying out the vital power of the gospel, aud had taken another Ally thousand dullars, and pul it into llie bauds of the Tract Society, sayiug, “I consecrate to the printing of that (took this fifty thousand dollars; work with that mouey a? lung as il bears interest.” Suppose be had taken live hundred thousand dollars, and ap pointed them his sentinels—stationiug tlfiy 1 thousand dollars there, aud there, aud there— they would go ou working uulii the last trump sounds: and when aliuudied years bad passed over his grave, his name, through that society, would still be fresh, and bis inllucnce still lie potent lor good. Every tract would bear his name upon its imprint, aud a milliou tomb stone? could not make it so illustrious. [ Hen ry Ward lieecher.J .. 12G Exchange Street. 126 1 I ugh ^-1. IPhinney, ^^ToULD inr*riu UU frindaand former cuxtotuer* oy tu*t ho ua* taken the St or So. 120 Exckanye Stitvt, w litre he luti-nd* to curry ou th® Slovtf ami Fur a are SStisiiH'ss, In all it* branches. STOVK8, of ail kind*, of the mwoot aud mout^ippiovid patterns. Furnaces and Ranges, Tin and Hollow Ware. (jr^S' centd hand Stove* bought, or taken in ex change for now. Stove*. Kanokp. Furnace#, and Tin Wauk repaired at Hbort notice, iu a faithful mauner. Grateful for inrmer patronag*. he ho: oa by *trict attention to bu*ine**, and fair dealing, to receive c generou* «harc ol public iavor. may 23d tf HIE ElliM IITIILU UK OI’ PORTLAND. Holders of U. S. 7-30 Notes, ( Can have them exchanged for six percent, twon ty year bond* by leaving them with this beak. The interest on the note* will be paid in coin, at the rate . 7 3 10 percent, to July 1, and the bond* will be de livered here a* noon a* they can be prepared by the » Government. These 20 year bond* are the most do [ airableof auy of the government *ecuritice. Con » ver*iou* must be made in *uui* of #600 or it* multi ple. A commi**iouof one^uartt-r oi one percent. I will be charged. W. E. GOULD. I Ua*hier. | Portland, May 26, 1804. may26eodtf MISCELLANEOUS. UN IO 2sr~ Mutual Life Insurance Co, INCORPORATED by the STATE OF MAINE Charter Perpetual. Organized, 1849 DIRECTOR’S OFFICE, 08 Stale Street.Boston, Mass. President— HRSR Y CROCKED 1 ice-President— D AX 1 EL S HARP. Secretary— W. H. HOLLISTER. II. U. WILSON, Central Manager of Agencies in the Xew England c fates. Assets, 3iif December, 1843, $S39,0SS.41 Losses Paid to date, $730,030.00 Dividend Paid in Cash to date, 4(340,9347.09 rilUIS Company offers peculiar advantage* toper X son* intending to insure tneir lives, in its saiefy and stability, acquired in its louiteeu )ears’ experi ence; in its asse s, which, (without it* capital ot $10 ',UOO,) amounts to over three-quarter* ol a million ot dollars, being more than two hundred thousand dollar* in excess of its liabilities lor the reinsurance ot all out-standiug ricks; iu the facilities presented in it* accommodating system ol payments of premi ums ; iu the large number, diversified conditions and occupation*, various ages ami localities of lives in sured, giving the largest requisite scope for the ope ration of the law* of average mortality, and the am plest guaranty to the insured for the benefits there of; in the division of profit*, the annual apportion ment of which having lor the past fourteen >ears averaged Forty per Cent, of the premiums paid. Policies are issued upon all the placs usual with Lite Insurance Uoinpiuies, and at a* low rates as is consistent with a view to equity and solvency. Parties desiring Agencies iu towns win re the com pany haveuoue. ami those wishing Traveling Agen cies within tiie slew England Mates, will apply to <•. II. WILSON, Stale Street, Boston, giving cucli reoTeme. or information as to age, present and past busiLces.as wi 1 enable him to form judg ment in regard thereto. junel4d3iu V. S. l#4« LOAN FIRST NATIONAL RANK -or J3, DEMOKATED ItEPOKITOKV —or Tint UNITED STATES. This Bank is prepared to receive] subscriptions for the new “TEN FORTY LOAN,” which is dated March 1.1*C4, bearing interest at live per cent, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN, redeemable at the pleasure of the Government atter ten years, and payable iu forty years from date. Intermit on Bonds not over one hundred dollars payable annually, and on all other Bonds seini* annually. Bonds can be had in sixes of $60, $100, $600, $)3o0. WM. EDW. GOULD, mcli31 dtf Cashier. FEUCHTWANGER &ZUNDER, WO. Ml MIDDLE MTU LET, (FOX BLOCK), Are A^ain in the Kielcl - WITH - Divisions, Brigades & Regiments! -or NEW ANI> FASUIONAIII.E DRY GOODS! FOR THE SPKIW1C. Ladlea of Portland and vicinity arc refe ct fully Invited to cal] and .<*• tie* tnauy beautiful vtyle, uf Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods just received: Also, tho great variety House Furnishing Goods ! Such as Brown and Bleached t'otton Sheeting* and Shirting*. Table Linen*. Drilling*. 1 taking*. Denim*. Stripe*, Also just receiving, the latest style* of handsome Spring Balmoral Skirts And the inoht fashionable 8PRTKQ SNA WLS. A complete stock of CLOTHS ANI> CASSIS! 1C RES, FOR BOYS' AND MEN S WEAR. CLOAKINGS ! CLOAKINGS !! An elegant assortment. We are just rea^y to manu facture to m(*t!»nrp, at the shortest notice, any of the new aud desirable Spring Cloak*. Warranted to suit. FEdCHTWAlUiFK * /lINIllElI, (FOX BLOCK), NO. 81 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND, Maikm. P. S.—Ladies need not ask for good* from the wrecked steamship Bohemian, as we have none but soaud and fresh goods, which we warrant as such, aprltf 3D. W. CLARK 1>EALICH IN Silver Street lee House, aud OfHee No. 3‘1 ExeliuuKe street. ALL Orders promptly attended to and customers supplied with the best quality of ICE. Price of Ice far the Season, 1864. 10 lbs a day, from June 1st, to Oct. 1st. 96. HO 15 “ •* “ “ •• 8.00 20 “ *• “ “ “ 10 W Forty rent* per 100 lb*. To those who take Ice for the season, it will be de livered earlier than 1st Jane and later than 1st Oc tober, at the same rate per month as during the sea son. When not wanted for the full svason.it will be deli vend at the rate of 92 00ptr month for 10 lb*, per day. Notice of change of residence, if given at the of fice instead of the driver, will always prevent dis appointment. Any customer leaving town for two week* or more at one time, by giving notice at the office, will bo en titled to a proper deduettpn. Complaint* sgainat the drivers, for neglect or can I. ssnes* or any other caus-e, must be made at the of fice, aud will be attended to promptly. Portland, May 13,1864. mayl3J7w I 8 open Day and Evening, for a Thorough Business 1 Education. Located i860. Hanson Bloc k, Middle* St., No. 161. Scholarship* good in any part of the United States ne I nucipal has had *A» years experience; is always on the spot, and attend* to his business; and prom I*** .... . |>aiu* shall be reference* of _/ others of tide . 'v *° 'he practical utility, cApacious MM.ndeompleteMM of my .jr.tem.mna m.uutr of tome bmp, mid till re», ot other citjCH htve to the same. Diploma- will be awarded for thor ough courses. Able Assistant* secured Bartlett's Plan, the founder of Commercial C«,Uuges strictly adhered to a* regards not copying. Certain timt* will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidation*.— Come all who have failed to be taught a busine** hmd-writing and 1 will guarantee to you success. Applications solicited for Accountants. Separate in* struction.given. Student* can enter any tim*. Sep arate ro.f us for Ladies. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate accounts adjusted. J adies aud Gentlemen that desire to take lessons, or a full, or a separate course, in either Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law, Phonography, Higher Mathematics, Civil En gineering, Surveying, Native Business Writing, Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence, Card Marking, (and teaching from printed copies aud Text Books will he avoided please call, or address t ie Principal. R. N BROWN, i Portland, Oct.1,1868. oe» ood flteowly BUSINESS CARDS. PAPER BOX JUNE FACTORY. *T. !P. Libby, . MAM'FAl'TUKlK OF Paper B oa: o s, Of every description, such a* Shoe Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Druggist Boxes, Collar Boxes, 8 hell Boxes, ConchologicalBoxes, Fowder Boxes, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, &c. 144 Middle StM (Up Stairs) FortUud, Me. juueld3in Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, Lather Dint, ) PortlSBlI, Woodbury Dana, J John A. 8. Dana ) irlilillf* Juneldtf J. Smith cb Go., * XANOPAOTUKKRS OF Leather Belting*, Card Clothing*. Loom Strap*, Belt Leal her Bifks tod Sides, 1. BATH Bit TRUlMlXOa. tfc., Ban ion's Block, 144 Middle 8t„ Portland, Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory, Lewiston. II. M. Buiwn, (J«ld8m) D. F. Notes JOMX T. KOtdEKN A( «M Ooimnission Mprchants, AND WHoLKS ALE OVALKKS IX Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. 61 Commercial Street, cST. B,te. } POETLtNB, ML. __ juneldGm Wholesale and Retail. KC. L. DAVIS, Bookseller, Stationer, axd Mam up a ('Tuaaii op Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER HANGINGS. Wo. 63 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. jumldtt CHAS J. SOHUMACHER, Fresco and Banner Painter, No. 144 Middle Str^ot, RORTLAXl), AIK. IT Work executed iu ever,- part of the State. juueltf RUFU8 DURHAM. Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in BRITANN IA —A HD— Plated Ware, So. 21H Fore street, Portland Maine. Portland, May 17th, 1S64. may 17dtl M. G. WEBB A CO , Wholesale Dealers in Flour, AO. SI COMMERCIAL STREET, apl4 PORTLAND. MB. dtf BURGESS, POBES, & CO., gAat'vaiTL’iiaua or Ja|»au, While I.end, Xine, Pninls. And (iround Coloru, A»U DIALXlt* IX Drugs, Medicines, Pa nts, Oils A Varnishes. Paint and Color Factory, So. !£» Man joy St., Office A Silctrooms, KO Coiuuirrrinl Si., (Ibomah Block.) II KNRV H. HUKOKttN, Bi’DBI 11 Ik II D CUABLBB 8. Fubbb. rVKHlSP, IE. maylHdtf BLAUS, JOXKSk FLOUR & GRAIN DEALERS, And Ueceiven of Western and Canadian Produce, 137 Ommercutl Street, • ... - Granite /llocl. Cbarle* Blake, ) Henry A Join*,! PORTLAND. It. W. t.ago. ) * juueldtf JOHN LYNCH & CO., WlalesaVi Grteett, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite Stores, - - - Com more &1 street, (Opposite bead Widgery Wharf,) Johu Lvurh, i l'afcig Barker.; PORTLAND, ME. 1 Uor Lynch ) juoeldtf DOLE Sc MOODY, at suit A!. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Aud W holt-sale Dealers in FLOUR, CORN AND PRODUCE, No. 5 Galt Block, Commere al St, fSET/c.'SX. I I-OKfLAND. MK. juneldfim BROWN & CROCKER, PLASTERE RS, IXA IN' AND URN AMKNTAL STt'COO AND MASTIC WOKkKKS. Oak street, between Congress and free Sts , roUTI.AXll. Colons*, Wbitruin*, and Wbite*wa,bin>t promptly attend' d to. Order. freu, out ot 1«,wu .o netted. juueldtf BY R ON G REE NO UGH * CO., Manufacturers of Anti Wholesale tint! Itetail Dealers in Furs, Hats, Caps, Gloves, &c., NO. 140 MIDDLE STREET, A.L.'SKEN PORTLAND. ___ jnldtf E. K. LEMONT, Carriage M a nut act lire r, Preble Stieet, - - Portland, Me. CTPTarriageB and Sleighs on hand and made to order. juiielodlt C. P. KIMDYLL, M AWl KAI7TI UKK OM Carriages and Sleighs, Preble utreet, (Near Preble House.) Portland, me. Saf. fa toms, llo and 11? Sudbury St., tiostom, Mass. juueltf NORTON. CHAPMAN & CO.. V\tmr,ttv“.\in k Produce Commission Hcrcbist., ml Millers' Ijnils. Office and Warehouse X,t. 6 (ialt lllock, Commer cial Street. Wc offer for sale to the trade, many choice aud well-known Brands ol Flour, froraHt. Louis.1 liuois, Wisconsin, Ac,, which we are conslantl receiving. N , C. A Co . are also Agents fjr Pittmau A Co.’*, aud other brands of manufactured Tobacco. tPCuh advances made ou all consignments. Portland, Juue 1, lt>04. Jnldtf •gg^DR. W. R. JOHNSON, UlotWS dentist, Inserts Artificial Teeth on Cold, Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, and warrants thorn iu all cases to be a perfect fit. Dr. J. also gives special attention to Filliny Teeth. Oifico 229J 4'ougross street, two doors west from the Court Uous-v 1‘orllaud. Juue 1, 18iH.~eod2ni ©3 Removal. ©3 J. M. KNIGHT & SON, Commissi o n Merchants, dealers in Country Produce, have moved to No. b3 Commercial street. Portland, May loth, 1864. maylOdtf BUSINESS CARDS. URADLKV, MOULTON A ROGERS Wholesale Dealers in Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Thomas Block, ROBKKf BR ALKY,) « m moulTon, J PORTLAND, MR, A.G.ItOGKUS. ) maytttf W. W. CARR & CO., Having taken the Fruit Store formerly occupied by <*. HAWYIiH, No. 5 Eichange Street, Ar® prepared to offer to the trade a large and well tielectod r1 lock of Foreign and Domehtic Fruit 1 Wholesale and Metaii ^r«ag»» Mprucf Guni, Lozenges hfiuvo*. t uiiury Seed, ( undiea. Liuar*. Lemon Syrup, Heavy, ■ ruuea, Cocoa Nate, Figa, Citron, Nut*, all kind*. Date*. Olive*, Ratals*. Tobarce, Sardine*, Cigar*. Fancy Candle* af all description. oct» dtf IRA WINN, Agent, No. 11 Union St., Is prepared to fcrnuh STEAM ENGINES aud BOILERS, of various sizes and pattern*, St«»aPipeisJflitm, lillKwie?,Sbaftiae, hllep,ti. Light House Wouk of all dcscripti.>n*, aud all kinds of work required in building Fortifications. iroaStairs and other Architectural Work. Hon»ee, Store,, and other building!, lilted with (iu aud Steam in the bent mauner. In oonnectiou with the above is an Iron Foundry, with a large assortment ol Pattern*. to which the attention of Machinist*, MHI wrighta,and Ship-Build ers is invited—and all kinds ol Castings furnished at short notice. ISP“Ord*rs for Machine Jobbing, Patterns and Forgings, promptly oxeout«d. ooSdtf II1VGK K»s SEWING MACHINESI WOODfflA*. TREE 4k CO., AGENTS, !*•». 84 and 88.Middle 8tr««t. needle, aid Trltamiagtalwaye oattaad. aohlftlf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, DENTIST, No. 170 Street. ItlMRIIHW.Dn. Baooi Bid Bimlii. Portland, May K, 1863. If Dr. J. H. HEALD HAVrWG disposed of his.entire interest Id his Office to Dr. 8.C FERN ALD, would cheerfully reccommeud him to his former patient* and the pub lic- Dr. Pbbk a ld, from long experience, is prepar ed to insert Artificial Teeth on the4* Vulcanite Hass,” and oil other methods known to the profession. Portland. Mar 55.1S6S If WODD AND COAL t llKAP FOR CASH ! SPRING MOUNTAIN, I.KI1IGII, 1IKZILTON, SUGAR LOAF, OLD COMPANY LFIHK.H, LO CUS f MOL'MAI N. JOHNS, SI A MONO. W£BS ILUtuiI III.At 1\ UK A III. Tboae Coal* are of the very beet quality, well screened aud pioked, and warranted to give -atbfat lion Aluo lor aale beat of HARD A\D SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. OVFicaCuaHaaciaL St., head of Franklin Wharf. 8. ROUND* 4k SUN. Mildly WARREN’S I.HPORVED EIRE AND WATERPROOF FELT COMPOSITION, Gravol Roofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. K. IIKRSKY. Agent, )an‘^6 dtf No. IS Union Street. ALBERT WEBB A CO., - DIAL ins II Corn, Flour and Grain, HKAO OF MXKKUX’a WHARF, ('•■»ral*l Slmti - - P.nlaad, Ma. MMt EDWARD H. BURGIN,^ WHOLESALE DBA LKB IN Corn, Meal am\ Flour, Also. Ground Rock Salt Commission nmlianl FOB PUBi'ilABE ABD SALIOF Barley, JR ye and Oats. 1 ar* loaded with Corn In bulk free of charge. H hi eh oust* No. 120 C'oinmercial Siiert, And C'itv Mill*, Decriog Bridge. juneleoddra JOHN F. ANOEHSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODBAN BLOCK. mchlTdAwtf Tkuplv Stkkkt. Scotch CunviiN, -r«H BA LB BY— JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Bulb, Me. ' »)AA HOLTS Superior blcaoliod | 30u do All Loug ffax •iior- I « , _ eminent contract.” I 100 do Extra All Long flax Arbroath. 800 do Nary Fine J Delivered la Portland or BoetoB. Hath. AlirillO.1488 aplSdtf M. PEARSON, Silver Plater, AMD MAXirVAOTURER OF SILVER WARE, 238 C cmgre'B 8t.tOpp. Court 11 ouse. Port land .Me. pyAll kind* of WAKK. sueh iui hnives, korks, Spoon*. Cake Ba*kets, Cantor*, Ac., plated in the best manner A No. RKPAIRIXG and RK-FIXISHIXG Old Silver Ware. jau‘£* d«m ~ Ft EM OVA L . 1>R. NEWTON HAS removed hi* residence to To. 37 Middle 3/re*t, comer of Franklin street. Office a* heretofore. .Vo. 1 lf» Krchnnge Street, in Noble -Block, up staim. Office hoars from 9 to 10 A M., from? to 3. and from S to !♦ o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with general practice. *o give special attention to DISK ASKS OP PKMALKS. oc31dtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, I* Tu TT 31 It I! R ! MAHKK OB Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. IUI EXCIItNOF NTItEET, l’OKTl.AND. ME. Warm, ( old and Rlimvcr Hath*, Wash How In, llrtiNs A Silver Plated l ucks, 13VE R Y description of Water Fix'urr * for Dwel J ling House*, Hotel*. Public Building*. Shop*, Ac , arranged and set up iu the best mauner. and all order* in town or country faithfully executed. All kind* of jobbing promptly attended to. t'onstantly on hand LEAD PI PUS. SHEET LEAD and BKKR PUM PS of all description*. ap9 dtf The 4'hei»|M‘*t A peltry 130R collecting all classes of claim* arising from the war is that ol the “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION” in which the expenses are controlled by a disinter ested Executive Commit tee 1,AW*,y »“ «r by letter, to til-X>K(iE F. EMERY, over the Portlaud Poet office, 3d story. dawly MERCHANDISE. Hackmetack Ship Timber. OAK. Haekmetaok. and Hard Wood Plank, Tree bad. from 12 to 28 iucbes,'I reenail Wedge., ko *“.,hy __ L. TAVLOU, Juue28d3m Galt’s Wharf, Portlaud Trapani Salt Afloat. a/k/ki k HilHS. Trapani Sat cargo of shit m/3 r • • Kochambeuu” for tile bv June 18d8w DANA \ CO. < lurilit «i elder, 130 K sale by MOSES MOHKILL. Agent, j junelOJlm* 204 Pore sireei, Porllaud Treenails. 100,000W6 OA* f“' SIM JNTON & KNIGHT. 48 Coiuuiercial Wharf. Portland, June 13,18S4. juuelndu •Tloitc) 7 TPS PRIME CL LA IION El', for sale in bond ou duty paid. THOMAS ASENCIO & CO. Juue 10.—isdtt Sugar ami Mullinses. 300 HDDS, i CHOICE MUSCOVADO bU 10 TCS. ) bAK. 371 iillbS sui^rior Mu-eo»adu, and 3/ rCri Clayed Molasses, ll BUDS from dinrra Morcua, Now lauding aud lor sale by IUuMas ASENCIO & CO , may^tf Custom Douse Wharf. Sierra ITIorrna Molasses. Q<>,*r uuos , I CUOICESIEKRa MORENA 30 HERPES I MoLABSP.S, lo BBLS ' Now laudmg from Brig ”C. H Kennedy” ruos. ASE.8LK* * CO , May 3.—tf C. U Wharf. Seoleli Caucus*. 1‘>4 k BOLTS—from the factory or David Cor ai' * sar A Sods, Leith—a sail cloth of saperior quality—just received tier Jura ”, .net tor sale by MoOlLVEKY, Li AN A DAVIS, mchaudtf IS] Comtnerr.ial Street. WANTS, LOST.FOUND Wnnlfd, 4 SITUATION watitid by a youri; min, in a W IioImiIp llorp It. -t nf n*r. r n n •• a eii an Inquire of A. B. IIJLDEX. office near Post Office Jyl d3w Si ray Cow, C1AMK into the enc os art* of tin* subscriber a light t roa Cow, ten year* old, bra** balls ou horns. The owut r is requested tj prove property, pay charges and take her away. PETER GAMMON. halmouth, Juue 3), 1*»4. j>4dlw* Boy 'Wanted., To Learn the Eook and Job Printing Business. A SMART, active, intelligent Toy, about 15 years of age, who hat had a good common school ed ucation, it wanted immediately at TUCKERS Bank aud Job Printing oiti.e, *»*» and 71 Exchange street. Portland. Juue 28. 1804 - 1* Lost. IN this City ou Saturday. June 2Mh. a black feith er Pock & ok. co ntaining about iu bills, to 8ether with two promissory note.*, payable t• • my «>r er, one drawn oy A M. lalmon for967, and one bv K. Bac holder lor #19; also tone receipts, mm tied bill*. Ac. Whoever wJI returu the pocket-book and content* to this office or to J M Kimball A Co. 3U2 Cougrt-s*street, shall be hard-eim ly rewarded. juuGfihilW J. E y ©U3I1MAN. Wauled liiiinrtlialt ly. \N Agent of either sex in every town and village, to cuga/e in a light and profitable* bu-ir<*?*. by which from H.W) to *1*2 p-r wwk can be made Per son* having leisure evenings can make f.om 50c to fl.U) per evening. A sample with full particulars, sent bv mail to all who end *(* one 3 cent stamp, aud address A. i . bPALl.lXN't* A lO , junCJldkwlm* West Hampstead, N. II. €ompo*iiiors W auled. ONE or two f on ale c«»mpo-i'orit will find constant employ in* wt. aud tin b gheatraNs paid in the city, on application at Tills ofrMcK. may28dtl $i2'f Krwarii ! STOLEN from the subscriber on Tkt&dtf Even mg. white iu Pierce* auction room. a t aP hkia Pt»ck« t B*»ok coutaing a, 4 iu money, a note against Charles llodgdon. Gorham, for HoO.stid *-nc against Charles iiooper for *12. The above reward w.l) b paid lor the recovery of the property ai.d the detec tion of the thief. Tuue 8. —tf GEORGE BE< K Board. SUITS of Room*. With Beard, can !»e obtained kv applying immediately at 3u Danforth strvt May 11th. aiayl.'dtf A. & S. SHURTLEFF &, CO., nos. 51 & 50 MIDDLE STIIEET, I'DKTLAN U . Manufacturers aud Dealers in Men'* Boys’ and Youth’s Thick, hip and Calf Boots, Women's Misses sud Children*. Oo»t. Kid nud L'klf Bslm ir.ls, itubbers Shoo Stock, Findings. Ate. »V,TU l,ur '"Periot tacililin lor oisnsf.cturCi^, '* .nd . Isr^-* experience ii» lUe ... «. we are Jtil# to sell *a low s> in liuftoii or elaewhere I*esl.rii »re re-peelfSiljr invite ! to call and ex amiiiu our aUu'.k before pur.lia.-iu/ MT Gidei* by mail promptly attended to. NOTICE. UA YIXii wld our interest iu the Dry Hoods bu oi.iess in Portland to Messrs B. t Hamilton & Vo . we wish to acknowledge the liberal aud c »u ftautly increasing patronage we have received lor the post eight years, and to recommend all our cu# turner- and the public to the new concern Mr (' W Itobittaon will rt mam at th« glare tor the preseat to sottlethe accounts of theconc« ru. All pcr»on* having unsettled account* mi 1 tout, r a la vor by adjusting ibeiu at once. Mr. Kobiusou will also continue to act as agent for the Weed Sewing Machine Manufacturing Com pany. C. W. KOlHNfcON* tt>. junelTeodtf B. F. HAMILTON & CO. Successors to f. %V. ItoUin-oii A Vo. XJLJ Ol’LD fury respectfully invite all former pa ** tronf to the bouse, and (he public generally lo a free i xamiuation of our go >ds at all times. Wit h long experience aud close aticutiou to the wants of customirs, aud adhering strictly to the CASH SYSTEM, Relieving it to he better for the buyer as well as the seller, we hope to merit a large charge ol pa'tuuage. Several lots of goods to close cheap to make room lor N K \V G O O D « . Mr. W. N. Prince, together with the employees iu the store are to be retained Mid will be huppv to see all their customers a« formerly. B. K. HA Mil. ION A CO . Corner Congress and l*reblc ft ruts. junelTeodtf (•ieorge W. itiaiiKOii, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 71 Middle Street, Poiilnnd, Me. A share of patronage respctfnlly solicited aud satisfaction given. Orders from the country* promptly attended lo. Address Heorge W. Mauson, 74 Middle street, Koom No. 10. up stairs. Portland, Me. Juue 11 -d3cn NOTICE. WK, the uuderdgned having sold our Stock ol Coal aud Wood to Mtssrs. Itamiall, McAHt t*r do cheeriuUy recommend them ro our former customers. Ail jtersous haring demands agaiust us are requested to pr» seut them tor settle ment, aud all person# indebted to us ar** r«<|Ue»ted to make immediate payment at the old stand where one ol the undersigued may be found for the preseut. SAWYKK A WUITXKY. Portland, Juue 6, 1804. junel3d3wr Coal and WomI! ri.HK .ub.crlher having purcharnl th, stock of I Coal aui Wood, mii.1 taken thealand recently occupied In M«m. .'airyrr ar ll'/lilMee. head of Maine II liar/, arts now prepar>il to rut ply their former pit,on. aud the pub'ic gruo.allv, with i ttuu .-..ortmeut of WELL PICKED AXD SCRKEXKD Old Company Lehigh, Sugar l.oal Lehigh, liazelioii Lehigh, Loeust ytoiiutain. John'., While and Red A.h, Oiaiifbnd mid Lorherty. Together with the beet quality of Cumborland Coal ! A Superior Coal for BUicLtmtths. Also. Hur.l him! Soil Wood, Delivered to order lo »»5 p»rt of the city. The former customers of Messrs Sawyer k M hit nev ate respectfollv invited to give us a call. KANDALL. Me ALLIS IKK k CO. * Portland, Juue 13,1904.-dly CLOTHING, CUSTOM CLOTHING! N. S. GARDINER, 62 Middle St., Opp. Post Office, ! . Ii reelvlug weekly the /. A TKS r amt MOS T El. EGA XT S T YLE8 r reach, English and American Donkins t’flMimeips And Coaling Which wo are prepared to manufaeture into Gar ment* not surpassed in Style r/ Cut, aud workmanship, by may house in this * City or State. MB JOHN 11. LARKIN, Attend* to the Cnttiug of Garment* in this Establish ineut, whose reputation as a F.iekioHuble, Ta*tu ( '[fJ'"r ** well known in Portland an-i other ciiiet. fi*** on baud aud are coustanly receiving ail the oiflVreut varieties of GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, l -ually kept by those in the business. June 14—<od4w n32 M OVA t. . JOSIAH BURLEIGH HA* KKJfoV*I> TO NEW STOKE, EVANS’ BLOCK, Nos. 141 Sl 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Wholcule and itHa.l Dui’t-r in C othinj;,Toths, Tailors' Triinininrs, -AJCD GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, No,. Ill A li t Middle Street. JOSIAH BIJRLEIliH, Agent for Urorer 1 Maker’* telebrated Newing Machines, Nos 141 & 143 Kiddle Street. ii a i n a li uuuiiU Will say to his Iriends that hr may he found ut Bur leigh's, No. 141 k 143 Middle street, where he will he p!cu.-ed to wail upon his former customers. Portland. March 21. 18114. dtf JUST RECEIVED 7~ BDIXINS BOND, HAVING refitted their atorc and received a large assortment of ELEGANT STYLES c I. O T H S ! ARK PRKrARKl) TO Show Them to Their Costonerr. A LUO, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, In 4*r««nt Variety, -AT i)»> Middle Street. inay9tf THE GOVERNMENT LOAN 1200,000,000. This Loan is authorised by Act ot Congress ot March 4th, 18C4, which provides for its KaDanrviOft m Com. at auy period not lesa than ten nor more than forty years .rum its date, at the pleasure of Ike Uinrnmt. L'ct lit* Redemption, five percent interest ia to be paid semi annually m coin. tts Kr»mption from State unJ Local Taxation adds from one to three p*r rent, per annum to It* value The Rate qf Inttrtst on th a loan, although bit live per cent, in coin ia u much greater in currency as tie difference between the market value of cur rency at. 1 gold. As a Rule,the five percent, apecie aeouritie*. of all •olveut goverumenttf are a.wa>a par or above, and currency uow funded in the National Loan, will be north it* lac* in gold, besides paying a regular and libt rnl percentage to the holder. Ao Sacmritits ejTrr so great inducttments, it ia be* Ue*«l, u tbe various descripiiots or D. g. Ihrada lu ail oilier loroat of imieblt-iiue-s.tbe failfa or abil ity ol private parties or stock companies or separate communities only tepi.dgid ior payment. while for tbe debts ol tbe United S alee tbe whole property of the e. untry is bo'dcu lo secure the payment of both principal aud iatereel in coin. Tin-1 undo! Debt of tbe h ailed States oa wUch interest i- payable u gold, oa tbe 3d day of March loot, war *T«b.bti6.0lU. Ibe interest <su this debt for ■becoming fiscal year will be M7.I&, while the custom, revenue in gold lor the current fiscal year, endtug Juneanil ISbi, has been so fsr at tba rate of over llOo.Ofa.uW per auuurn. an amount largely in excess ot Ibe wants of tbe Treasury for Ibe payment of gold interest. Tbe-.-bonds msy be subscribed for in sums from K® op to any magnitude, on Ibe same terms, and arc thus made ts|U illy a\ai!sble to tbe smallest lend er and the largest capitalist They caa bo convert ed into money at any m nneat, and tbe holder will hue the benefit of the i.terrsL. The xutburued Amount of thii loan is Two Han dred Million Dollars, ibe amouut of subscriptions repo-tsdto tbe Treasury at Washington, Is over $50.000,000. Subscriptions will be received in currency by tba First National Hank. Portland, Maine-, ■<-v/< nr ALL SATmsAL basks wbi.h a-e depositaries of i'ublic money, and all Eetjxc'aU* busts anil Bonier t ihrou bout Die country, (acting as ageuu of tbe Na tional Dcp Hilary Uinks.) will furnish lurtber infor mation on applies!! n and Afford Kvtrg Focililg to .s'utr.-i ihtrt junedT.IA u‘dw Talk about Hats 1 JUST NEK HARRIS' JNEIV STYLES. Juiie 4 -dtf INTERNATIONAL HOTEL COMPANY. STOCK SltltsCKirTION. P-U Sums detirou* of aiding iu th- coKtlraclioo ol A.init cliM Hotel ior Portland, ar«» MNiiitn'id lo rail o i Mr M \. Kich. Merchao’* K xt hau. o. ou and alUr the 2uth iust thru a book will bo ciwKtil for Mibitcriplions to Sb.ck of tbe above company and will lemaia opn until July Hbth. 19*H June 17. —dint UP-TOWN SHOE STORE! SAMUEL BELL. 353 CONGRESS ST., UsYS constantly ou baud a largo aud wt II salfct ed Mlock of Boots, Shoes, ALd ALL AtTKLl* IK THAT LINK, for the Uft» of Ladiea. Oentlease* aud lhildt«n.tu w hich ho in vite* the attention ot tbrse about to make purchase, a* having on - of the beet in the cit\ Cu-t. ni Work aud impairing done wih neat pom aud di» patch. I'ortUnd, June 21.—dtoaugl < o|»ariiirr%lii|> NttifK. VTorirK in hen with given that the firm of M 11 Hradi A Co. ha* thin day been dissolved by Mr. Whitely, the oue partner ot said Hid, w.rhdraw tug hiNlhare ot iuve- tmeut and p»n>ouai service*. AH debt# due raid firm are to be paid to Mr Bradt enly, and all claims agaiu»t aaid firm contracted before thin date, to be paid by *aid M Bradt, aud from this* date the tu«ine«a will be uuder the entire eon trol aid style of M. UK ADI. June 19 -d8w MISCELLANEOUS. r NEW MILLINERY STOrE New Goods! Miy. A K0BKKT80N has taken the New Btor#, No. 31 A1ree Street, corner Center, and bm ••leoted a Superior Assortment of MILLINERY, .'TS1?!' *' * wUI «>• pleated to offbr to »ud the public, on and after the 6tb ln.t *• ® A good assortment of MOURNING Conatantly on band . GRANT'S COFFEE A SPICK MILL S. oummai. kstaulishmkht. J. Q-R A N T , Whol*>nl« OnnJer 1^ all kiada of COFFEE, SPICES, Nala-rufus * frrun Tartar, Xnt Cof't and Hpiit UtlU, 13 and 16 Vniom tirtrt. Portland. Me. * Coffee and Spice, [ut np ‘or the trade, with at* Oddreaa, in all variety el prekagea, and variant d a* represent* 1. Coffee roasted and groan* for tba trade at snort motive. KT" All gcods eat rutted at the owner', rltk. march ltMtf Copartnership NmIm, -AMD BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT T1IE .ubdcriher. Laving oa tba 7tb day of May formed a eopartacnbip under tba name of Mtlarthy k Berry, For the purpoae or carrying on tba * BOOT AMD SHOE BUSIBBM Im all it* branch**, and having all the ffceilitie* hr get'lDg up Brut class work for fentisaes aad lad toe wear, are uow ready to execute aJl order* with Beat* ues* and ui-patch Oir work will be made of the ►est of imported stock, by the beet of workmen, and warranted to girt perfect ratiefaction. It is oar ate that • ur won shall not be eceond to any in the Unit ed Statee. * Wc have also completed a stock of readr-mada Work ftf Ilka lira! ,.aalia. m. Ladiwe. Gentlemen, and Chi'dren’e Wfle •elected from Mew Tork aad Boston market* Onr Ladle*' work ia from the celebrated Barra Mamy/actory of Mew York For Gentlemen'* wear ve hare the beat asaertmewt erer offer d for sale in Ihi* city; -aches dae Vreath Patent Leather Boot*; Glut* Calf and Calf Coa *re** lor gentlemen's wear; 1‘ateat Leather Cea KfceTta“ “d ” ^ B^^.^.'trsSVSESSWC ry ’ For tieatne**, comlort and beauty. It anything erer got up iu thi* city Call and *ee H~ rumples el way* on hand tt the eld itaad of II Me^ L artsy. McCarthy a bury, No. 96 Eictace Street. Jnneldtl United States Claim Agency I Bounty, Prize Money * Pensions, CAM he obtained on application te IWEAta CLEAVES. Attorney* at Law, m,yYleodtlmKO- “7 M‘ddi* *** BRADFORD A EARHOlT Pension aaR Claim A Rests, fEetnbllnhed ia 1MI.) STILL continue to dero’a their »; >cial aad encla ve mention to the proa.cn;ion of claim* Mr Pen-ion*, Bonniie*, Arrrara of Pay aad Prior .Wooer, And all other claim* againat the Gorerameat har ing been duly hcenred ther-for ' UP Ail advice Iree, ferouaa low aaat ear oth er Aacncy, and no pay icquirod until the claims are obtained. Ufhce 8$ Exchange (treat, Joae Block. F. Bradford, Jnn.21.-dtf ^.SUASWOM, GREENHOUSE AND IIEDDINtr OITT PLANTS, IRe*pactfally inlorm tha pub'ie that I have aa hands large anaortmett or Green House and neddiug-oat Plant*, for spring aaM. of saaaatar quality, via: Yiaaaxat, HaaLiaa. Paiaauosi ttaa. P*x*n* and Keen* Also, a ffa* collection of Aetna i't *»T*. he.. Ac . Ac. A *eleotion may alaays be fonnd at Kaadall A wt ltaey'*. Market Square orders left there trill be prompt!, at tended to. alrf:rt dibwangce, FlorM. Portlander * “d The Cabinet Organs HADE EXCLUSIVELY ST MASON & HAMLIN Are the beat inttrument* of their class la the world Nearly all the moat promises- artiste la tha country hare given written teatlnwny to tha rObet, aad thoaa instruments are in constant use ia the concert* el themofit dtutinguiabed artiste—as GottachaJk tad others—a* wrll aa in the . res ia the prlac-eai c*t lai. whenever *acb insirumenta are reqn<rad. Price *<& to V.'i*' each. Th*ae ia*t-am*uta may he (band at the Music Boom* of tha lubecnber, where they will be sold at the tuanafaetaren' prices. H. 8. EDWARDS, Me.St»{ Stewart'* Block, Coagrea* St. _aprUdtt Irr Crr.'iiu ! Ice Cream ! ! -A.t Brown’s Oystsr and Ice Cream Saloon, No. 152 hail 154 Eirkuf* 81., Oppo«itB the iDteraatioial Ubobb. _ __rnyMIf IP YOU HAVEN’T A REFRIGERATOR ! OK. if you hare an old on * that don't exactly •nit von o«*a't fail to txiniae tho vory bool pat tern bow iu um, tho POLAR KKFRlfiERATOI For sele at tba Furniture Boom# of W ALTER CO BBT, B >»d M I>cbu(« streeC Jane 6,1864—dim CITY OF PORTLAND. A TTBSTION la ea’lrd to Section 38 of tba Or ta. diotnc- lut.-ra.eafa. ■f uer*ou .ball be de- iron* to more aat af tba City tlw Im tly of a«irwa>o> )>•*! sox for iatpnxcxt. ha .hall make apnlfbat ou to the fuperiniendeul of Itanai. for permission ao to do, aud .aid Superlm t odcm ahatl gram .u- h permission if no cause .hall appear for wituhoMJug the lame, and .hall attend to saeb removal in pcr*oa. or employ one of tho on d.-rtaker* of the city to attend thereto. Ftm-ti tor violatlou of i hi. ordinance not leu than lit aor more than twenty dollar. All violations of this Ordinance will be proeecated according to htw LOUIS BUSiOK, .. Saperiuieadent of Beriada. For tiled. June 10, 1864-dim Evergreen Cemetery. f|WE Superintended or Evergreen Cimslsry ail I JL 11‘ At bin office. In New < ity Bui Jinjr entr%neo on Mvrtlo Street, from It o'clock M. to 9 o’clock F. M . every Sxj. except >uuda>». to Attend to any c*lU in conmct oii with «oid tvmefery. Or'i rn may ho loft At tho office nt nay Uao. H.C. BABB, ooperintoadoat. . Coptirtiirrmhip. fflHE ua.ier.-igaed barn formed a copartnership 1 a ider lhe name 01 KaausaK HsoTlaaa aud hare leased Hie store formerly occupied by Twitched A t ha-npl-u No 85 t mmrrcial.iraet, where they propose to curry uu Hie Hour. Tee and Tobacco paeiaosa. JAMES FREEMAN For,land J«u. LANE A LITTLE, Wholesale Dealers ia Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, ASP ■ Woolens, No. 14!* Middle «t reset, A. Umi J FOBTLAND.lOt. _ Juaefdtf Tl»i i*o Chance! M VI.E.F FEMALE AGENTS WANTKD rnti travel In all part, of tha Sta'a ia u plea.au t L aud money-making business, on salary or oom Sr <V',r, *«®»ts are ruaklnt rrom *4 to M per day We will .end .snipVs with InstinctieM, on the receipt o. Ti cent,. FI case call or address »- H. UlTTINti b CO , Jane 14—dim ■«WW«.NIW. I To Bdiltlen. >>R .ale low, the Baud on the lot corner of Mouullort and Sumner streets. ^ |PP>'JOUN W. CHASE. June 13, 1864. JuueUdln*

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