Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, July 11, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated July 11, 1864 Page 1
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PORTLAND DAILY PRESS. VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1864. WHOLE NO 627 PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T. OILMAN, Editor. published at No. 831 EXCHANGE BTHEET.by N. A. FOSTER A CO. Tha Poutland Daily Pxxasis publishedat>8.00 per year; if paid strictly in adTanoe, a discount of •1.00 will be made. Bingle copies three oente. \ 1'HK MainbStatn Punas is published every Thurs dsy morning,at S3.0t per annum, iu advance; •!.35 If paid within six months; and S3.bo, if payment be delayed beyond the year. Rates of Advertising: One inch of space in length of oolumu, constitutes a "SqDABX." •1.50 per square dally drat week; 76 oente per week after; throe iusertlone or leee, #1.00; continuing eve ry other day after lirst week, GO cents. Half square, three insertions or lest. 75 cents; one week, 31.00; 50 cents per week after. Under head of AKOannaaTS, WOO per square per week; throe insertions or lees, (1,50. BrxiiAL Notices, #1.76 per square lirst week, •1,00 per square after; three unortions or less, *1.35; half a square, three Insertions, (1.00; one week, •1.35. Advertisements Inserted in the Mains Stats Passe (which has a large circulation in every part of the State) for 60 oente per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. Lxoal Notices nt usual rates. Transient advertisements mast be paid for in ad vance Bdsiness Notiobo, in reading columns, 13 seats per line for one insertion. No oharge less than lily cats lor each insertion. 0^Alioumuiunioatione Intended for the paper should be uireetod to the '• Editor of the Press, ’ and those of s business oharaoter to the Publishers. on Pnurrine of every description executed wiihdlspxtob. F. Tracy. Traveling Agent. Monday Morning, July 11, 1864. From the Richmond Whig. A SIGNIFICANT DOCUMENT. PREAMBLE, RESOLUTIONS AND MANIFESTO OF THE REBEL CONGRESS. The following joint preamble and resolution, wall me aunexea manifesto, were mirouuccu into the Senate by Mr. Hill, of Georgia, adopt ed in secret session, and sent to the House.— The House, after a secret debate of several hours’ duration, adopted them substantially as they came from the Senate, with some slight modification of language. The injunc tion of aecreay having been removed from this important document by the House, though not by the Senate, we lay it before our read ers this morning: JOIST BKSOLITIOJI Declaring the disposition of principle* and pur pose* of the Coutederale States in relation to the existing war uith the Caited Slates. Whereas, it is due to the great cause of hu manity and civilization, and especially to the heroic sacrifice* of their gallant army in the field, that no means consistent with a proper self-respect and the approved usages of na tions should be omitted by the Confederate State* to eDllgbten the public opinion of the world to the true character of the struggle in which they are engaged, and the dispositions, principles and purposes by which they are actuated. Therefore, hemlted, by the Congress of the Confeder ate States of America, that the following man ifesto he issued in their name, and by their authority, and that the President be request ed to cause copies thereof to be transmitted to our commissioners abroad, to the end that the tame may be laid before foreign govern ments: Manifmtto of the Cony rent of the Confedcr ale States of America Helative to the Em itting H'ai with the United Stale*. The Congress of the Confederate State* of America, acknowledging their responsibility to the opinion of the civilized world, to the great law of Christian philanthropy, aud to the Supreme liuler of the Universe, lor the part they have been compelled to bear in the sad spectacle of war and carnage which this j continent 'las for the last three years exhibit ed to the eyes of afflicted humanity, deem the present a fitting Occasion to declare the principles, the sentiments and the purposes by which they have been, aud are still, actu ated. They have ever deeply deplored the neces sity which constrained them to take up arms in defence of their rights, aud of the tree in stitutions derived from their ancestors; and there is toothing they more ardently desire than peace, whenever their enemy, by ceasing from tile unhallowed war waged upon them, shall permit them to enjoy in pence the shel tering protection of those hereditary rights and those cherished institutions. The series of successes with which it has pleased Al mighty God, in so signal a manner, to bless our arms on almost every point of our invad ed border since the opening of the present campaign, enables us to profess this desire ol peace in lue interest ol civilization and hu manity, without dauger of having our motives misinterpreted, of the declaration being as cribed to any unmanly sentiment, or auy mis trust of our ability fully to maintain our cause. The repeated and disastrous checks, loj-esuauowing uiumate aiscouiniure, wmeu their gigantic army, erected against the cap •ital ol me Confederacy, has already met with, are but a continuation of the same providen tial successes for us. We do not recur to the successes in any spirit of vaiu boasting, but iu humble acknowledgement of that Almighty protection which has vouchsafed and granted them. These are questions which our adversaries will decide lor themselves. We detin* to stand acquitted before tbe tribunal of tbe world, as well as in tbe eyes of omniscient justice, of any responsibility lor the origin or prolongation of a war as contrary to tbe spirit of the age as to the traditions and acknowl edged principles of the political system of America. On this continent, whatever opinions may have prevailed elsewhere, it has ever been held and acknowledged by all parlies, that government, to be lawful, must be louu ed on the conseut of the governed. We were forced to dissolve our federal connec tion with our former associates by their ag gressions on the ludnamental principles of uur compact of union with them; aud in do ing so, we exercised a right consecrated iu tbs great charter of American liberty—the right of a free people, when a government proves itself destructive of the ends for which it was established, to recur to the original principles, and to institute new guards for their security. Tbe separate independence of the States, as the sovreigu aud co-equal members of the Kederal Union, had never been surrenered, and the pretentions of ap plying to independent communities, so con stitute audd organized, the ordinary rules lor coerciug and reducing rebellious subjects to obedience was a solecism in terms, os well as an outrage on tbe principles of public law. Tbe war upon the Confederates was, there fore, wholly one of aggression. On our side t has been strictly deleusive. Born freemen aud tbe descendants of a gallant ancestry, we had no option but to stand up in defence of our iuvaded U resides, of our desecrated al tars, of our violated liberties aud birthright, and of tbe prescriptive institutions which guard aud protect them. We have not inter fered, nor do we wish in any manner what ever to interfere, with the internal peace aud prosperity of the States arrayed in hostility against us, or with the freest developeinenl of their destinies in any form of action, or line of policy which they may think proper to adopt for themselves. All we ask is a like immunity for ourselves, aud to be left to our selves in the undisturbed eujoynieul of those inalienable rights of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” which our common ancestors declared to be the equal, heritage of all the parties to the Bocial contract. The world must now see that eight millions of people, inhabiting so extensive a territory with such varied resources and such numer ous facilities for defence as the beniguant bounty of nature has bestowed upon us, and animated with one spirit to encounter every sacritlce of ease, of health, of property, of life itself, rather than be degraded from the con dition of lree and independent States, Into which they were born, can never be conquer ed. Will not our adversaries themselves be gin to feel Uiat humanity bus bled long enough; that tears and blood and treasure enough have been expended iu a bootless un dertaking, covering their own land, no less than ours, with a pall of mourning, aud ex posing them far more than ourselves to the catastrophe of fluancial exhaustion and bankruptcy, not to speak ot the loss of their liberties by tbe despotism engendered in an aggressive warfare upon tbe liberties ol an other and a kindred people. Will they be willing, by a longer perseverance in a wan ton aud hopeless contest, to make this conti nent, which they so long boasted to be the chosen abode of liberty aud self government, of peace and a higher civilization, the theatre of the most causeless and prodigal eflusiou of blood, which the world has ever seen, of a virtual relapse into the barbarism of the rude ages, aud of the destruction of constitutional freedom by the lawlessness of usurped pow er? Let them forbear aggressions upon us aud the war is at ail end. If there be questions which require adjustment by negotiations we have ever been willing, and are still willing to enter into communication with our adversar ies in a spirit of peace, of equity and of manly frankness. Strong in the persuasion of the justice of our cause, in the uiauly devotion of our citizen soldiers, and of the whole body of our people, and above all In the gracious pro tection of Heaven, we are not afraid to avow a sincere desire for peace on terms consistent with our bqsor and the permanent security of our rights, and an earnest aspiration to see the world once more restored to tbo be neficent pursuits of industry and of mutual intercourse and exchangee, so essential to its well-being, and which have been so gravely interrupted by the persistence of this unnatur al war iu America. But if our adversaries, of those whom they have placed in power, deaf to the voice of reason and justice, steeled to the dictates of prudence and humanity, by a presumptuous and delusive confidence in their own numbers, or those of their black aud foreign mercenar ies, shall determine upon an indefinite prolong ation of the contest, upon them be the respon sibility of a decision so ruinous to themselves and so injurious to the interest and repose of mankiud. For ourselves, we have no tear of the result. The wildest picture ever drawn by a disorder■ i d imagination comes short of the extravagan ce which would dream of the conquest of eight millions ol people, resolved with one mind, ‘to die freemen rather than to live slaves,” and forewarned by the savage and exterminating spirit in which this war lias been waged upon them, and by the n id avowals of the supporters of the ,•< ae than Egyptian bondage that awaits them in tin event of their subjugation. With these decla rations of our dispositions, our princip. and our purposes, we commit our cause to 'he enlightened judgment of the world, • the sober reflection of our adversaries themselves, an to the solemn and righteous arbitrament of Heaven. VS. S. 10.40 LO AN * FIRST NATIONAL BANK -OF PORTLAND, DESIGNATED KEPOSITOKY UNITED STATES. This Bank 1b prepared to receive? subscriptions for the now “TEH FUaCTY 1.0AH,” which it dated March 1,1964, bearing interest at five per cent, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN. redeemable at the pleasure of the Government after ten years, and payable in forty years from date. Interest on Bonds not over one hundred dollars payable annually, aud on all other Bonds semi annually. Bond* can bo had in sixes of *60, #100, *600,1JOOO. WM, EDW. GOUIjD, mchSl dtf Cashier. * 18 open Day and Evening, lor a 'Thorough Business Education. Located 18&0. Hanson Block, Middle St., No. 161. < Scholarships good in any part of the United States kne Principal ha* had 20 year*experience; is always on the spot, and attends to his business; and prom ises, as during the past 12 years, no pains shall be i spared ia the future. Five hundred references of the first class buxines* men, with many others of thir city, will testify to the practical utility, capacious ness and completeness of my syst. ms and manner of teaching, and citizens of other cities have testified to tho same. Diplomas will be awarded lor thor ough courses. Able Assistants secured. Bartlett’s Plan, tho founder of Commercial Colleges, strictly adhered to as regards not copying. Certain timer will be devoted to Commercial Law elucidation*._ Come all who have failed to be taught a business haud-writinf and I will ffimruiitM* in v«n Application* solicited for Accountant*. Separate iu it ruction given. Student# can enter any time. Sep arate room* for Ladle*. Tuition reasonable. Intri cate account* adjusted. Ladies and Gentle men that detire to take lessons, or a full, or a separate course, In either Book-Keeping, Navigation, Commercial Law, Phonography, Uigher Mathematic#. Civil En gineering, Surveying, Native Business Writing, Commercial Arithmetic. Correspondence, Card Markinf, (nnd teaching from printed copies and Teat Books will to avoided please oall, or address , the Principal. R. N BROWN. Portland. Oot.J. 1863. ooW sod Reowly Cieorge W. Mannon, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 74 Kiddle Street, Portland, Xe. A share of patronage raspctfnlly solicited and satisfaction given. Orders from the country promptly attended to. Address George W. Manson, 74 Middle street, Room No. 10, up stairs, Portland, Me. June 14—d3m CITV OF PORTLAND. Mayor's Office, I July 0. 1364. j TBK attention of our citizens i? called to the an- , eeved circular from the Provost Marshal Gen eral's office. It give* to every one interested in the , success of our arms, and from age aud other cause ’ not liable to give their personal services to the cause of thefr country, an opportunity to be represented among those who are fighting for the honor of our National Flag. It appeal* to all these who are able to shoiv their new devotion to their country's ser vice by this contribution to till uptherauksof our soldiers by these new recruit?, representing as they will the renewed constancy and patriotism of our citizen*, l'or-land has heretofore been behind none * in it* efforts to furnish men and means to suppre?* ! the rebellion, let us now' again nobly respond to this new call upon us. JACOB McLKLLAN, Mayor. War Department. y | Provost Marshal General’* Office. J Washington, D. C. June 26,1864.) Circular No 23. Persons not tit for military duty, and not liable ' to draft, from age and other causes, hare expressed 1 a desire to be personally represented in tire Army. In addition to the contributions tboy have made in the way of bounties, they propose to procure at their own cxpeu&e. aud present fer enlistment, recruits to represent them iu the service Such practical pat- . riottsm is worthy of special commendation and en- I couragem* nt. Piovost Marshals, and all other offi cers acting under this Bureau, arc ordered to fur nish all the facilities in their power to enlist aud muster promptly the representative recruits present ed. iu accordance with the design herein set forth. The name of the person whom the recruit repre sent* will be noted on the enlistment and descriptive roll of the recruit, and wiii be carried torward from those paper* to the official records whicli form his military history. Suitably prepared certificates of this personal rep resent Atiou iu the services will be forwarded from this office, to be rilled out and issued by Provost Marshal* to person* who put in representative re cruit*. JAMES B FRY. I’rovost Marshal General. jalyii Ptaw2w Mu-rill's SaK-. ( umlnrlaud *». TAKEN on Execution an-1 will be sold at 1’ublic auction on Saturday, July 30th, A. D. 1364. at oneo’clock Y M.atP K. Hill’s office in Windham, in suid county, ail the right iu equity which David Plummer of Raymond, in said county, has or had on the 24th day of November, A. b. 1863. at eight o’clock iu the aiternoau, being the tune of the attachment of the same on the original writ in this action. to'redeem the following described real estate situate in *a d Kay rnoud, to witOne portion of lot No 3, la said Raymond,containing eight acres One other portion of said lot, containing twenty-three acre# and the McCluca* pasture, so called, "situate in said Raymond. Said lauds being subject to a mortgage given to Samuel L. Nason of Raymond, to tbe payment of a note for #300, dated May 22, 1 * ‘ix yeim with interest, on which note $100 ha* been paid. Said mortgage deed is recored in book 811, page 406 of Cumberland Regis try. naid por'ion of land containing eight acres ne ing also subject to a mortgage given to Samuel Maine* ol said Raymond, to secure the payment of ® Ii0iieniL% mortgage deed is recorded in Rook 320, I age 161 of Cumberland Registry. Ref erence to all oi which deed* and mortgages mav be 1. » H UAI'L, Deputy Sherifl. June 16,1064.—w8w 1 MISCELLANEOUS. THE DAILY PRESS^ CALORIC POWER JOB PRINTING OFFICE, N. A. FOSTER & 00., Proprietors, Pox Block, 821-2 Exchange St., PORTLAND, ME. Attention in rospev'fully invited to our unrivalled facilities for executing in THE BEST STYLE OF THE ART, Every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. Our Establishment is furnished with all the ap proved MODERN MACHINERY, And our collection of Book and Fancy Types Will bear favorable comparison with any establish ment in the city. Business and Professional Cards, |Of every variety, style and co»t, PRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. Bill-Head* Ruled and Cut iu the Neat eat Muuner. BLANKS AND BANK CHECKS, or every Unjription executed iu the bent .tyle. Railroad, and other Corporation Work, done with promptueM and fidelity. INSURANCE POLICIES, BILLS OF LADING, TIME TABLES, and all eorUoi LEGAL DOCUMENTS, at thorl notice. Sermons, Reports, ami all Linds of PampUtli, Put up in superior style. Bronzed and Colored Labels, For Apotnfearies, Merchant*, end Fancy Dealers, got up in the best style of the art. "Wedding Cards, Notes of Invitation, Visiting Cards, Lists qf Dan ces, etc., etc., of every variety and cost, furnished at short notice. LARGE POSTERS, Hand-billM, Shop-bills, Program mes, Circulars, And plain printing of every deveription. Alao. Rule nud Fii/ur. work, executed Beatly, and on term, that cannot fail to satiety. THE DAILY PRESS Printing Office has one of Soper’ Improved Caloric Ehvine* for motive power, and is furnished with improved and costly Presses—Cylinder and Platen— from the most celebrated makers. We have in eon* stant use one of IIOR'S LARCR CYLINDER PRESSES, capable of throwing off 2500 Sheets an hour . one of Adam's Power Presses—the best book press in the world; Adam’s and Potter's Fast .Machine Job Presses ; Haggles’superior Card Pres; Adame' and Union'Targe Hand Presses, Standiu* Presses, and all the machinery necessary for a well appointed office. The Daily Press Job Office is believed to be as well furnished as any similar establishment in the State. Those sending order from the country may rely on receiving prompt attention. We execute a‘l orders In the shortest possible time -— -V»W.T| l BUU UTBl UinUUIT. H e will do all kinds of printing as well and as promptly, and as cheap as any other establishment in the City, County or State. ▲11 orders for Job Printing must be directed to the Daily Press Job Offlct, Ho. 82] Exchange street, Portland, Me. The Job Office is under the personal supervision of the senior proprietor, who is the CITY PRINT ER, and is himself an experienced practical work man, and employs only well-skilled mechanics in this department of his work. The Portland Daily Press, The largest dally paper cast ot Itoaton, and having a larger circulation than all the other dailie, in the city combined, la puhliahed at the offioe in Fox lilock, H'J l-H Errhnn'f Street, every morning— Sunday excepted, at •8,00 Per Annnm, From w hich J* /-? per rent, is discounted for ADVAMCK ran,BUT*. Semi-annual and quarterly subscriptions pro reta. I Jits than three month,, ■ixty cent, per month, or IS cent, a week. Sixul* Corixa 8 Crxtb. OT Newsdealers supplied at the rate of two and one-third dollars per hundred. THE MAINE STATE PRESS, The largest paper in New England, eight pages, 1, published every Wednesday, containing all tha news by mail a d telegraph, important reading matter. Marine List. Market Keports, Ac . of the Daily Press.at the following prices, via:— Siagls ce,r< sac year, invariably luadraar,.*2.00 Par ala msaths. 1.00 To eluba of lour or asore all to the same post office, each. 1.75 To elabu of tra ar more, all to the same post office, each.51.50 And a free copy to the getter up of the elub. Subscriptions solicited. Agents wanted In every town. Postmasters requested toact uuagents. N. A. FOSTER '& Co., Proprietor!. Portland June 1, ISM. dtf Talk about Hats ! JUST SEE HARRIS' NEW STYLES. June 4—dtf international hotel company. STOCK SUBSCRIPTION. PERSONS desirous of aiding in tlie construction ol a hrst clsa,i Hotel lor Portland, are requested lo Sa Lun Merchants Exchange, on and after the 20th met . w hen a hook will be opened lor subscriptions to Stock of the show company and will remain open until July Jotb, 1804. June 17.—dim • UP-TOWN SHOE STORE! SAMUEL BELL. 353 CONGRESS ST., HAS constantly ou hand a large and well select ed stock of Boots, Sboea, And ALL ARTU'LM IV THAT LINK, for the UU Of Ladies, Gentlemen and Children, to which be In viteu the attention ot those about to make purchases, a* bavin" one »f the best in the city. Custom Work and Repairing done wth mat hi m and dis patch. Portland, June 21.—dtoaugl ^BUSINESS CARDS._ PAPER BOX MANUFACTORY. «T. R. Libby, MANUFACTUUKE OF Paper Boxes, Of every description, such as 8hoe Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Druggist Boxes, Collar Boxes, 8helflVox.es, ConchologicalBoxos, PowderBoxes, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, &c. j 144 Middle St#, (Up Stairs) Portland, Xe. juneldSm Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, Luther Dana, , Portland, Woodbury Dana, J __ John A. 8,Dana.J Mdilie. Juneldtf J. Smitli cto Co., MA2VUFA0TUKK&S OF Leather Belting, Card Clothing. Loom Straps, Belt Leather Backs aid. Sides, LEATHER TRIMMINGS. Sc., Honaon’e Blook, 144 Middle St.. Portland, Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory. Levi.ton. U. X. Bkkwbr, ijuld3m, D. F. Novae JOH V T. ROGERS & CO.7 | OommiNsion Merchants, AND WHOLESALE DIALERS IN Flour, Provisions & Groceries, j No. 61 Commercial Street, cEm.BK°o*«e"'. } PORTLAND, ME. __ jane1d6m Wholesale and Retail. L. DAVIS, Bookseller, Stationer, AND MAHUFACTUBKU OF Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER HANGINGS. Mo, 63 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. Juneldtf VAAD. 4. OUA UHL AC JUS it, Fresco and Banner Painter, No. 144 Middle Street, PORTLAND, MR. tr Work executed in every pert of the State. juneltf RUFUS DURHAM, Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in BRITANNIA —AMD— Plated Ware, t No. 218 Fore etreet, Portland _m Maine. Portland. May 17th. 1864. mayl7dti M. 0. WEBB A CO., Wholesale Dealers in Flour, NO. 81 COMMERCIAL STREET, mpl4 PORTLAND. WK. dtf BURGESS, F0BE8, 4 CO , XAMUFACTUKKA8 OV Japan* White Lead, Zinc, Paints, And Ground Oolors, AMD DLALXA8 1M Drugs Medicines, Paints, Oils A Varnishes. Paint and Color Factory, No. 29 Munjoy St., Ofice 1 Salrsreeuia, 80 Commercial Si., (Tmomas Block.) II KM KY B. B LEO >.88, DAUVIlVIl 1IB ‘ Cmaklxs 8. Forks. rfJHLWf, MB. maylSdtf BLAKE, JON ES A CO., FLOUR&GRAIN DEALERS, And Re vers of Western and C ad inn Produce, 137 Commercial Street, ... Granite Block . Charles Blake. ) Henry A. Jones, { PORTLAND. R. W. Oage. ) juncldtf JOHN LYNCH * CO., Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite Stores, - • - Commercial street, (Opposite head Widgery Whar£) John Lynch, ) l’elcg Barker,} PORTLAND, ME. Thos. Lyach ) jnneldtf DOLE A MOODV, GENERAL , COMMISSION MERCHANTS, An.l U KaIm.Iu iL.alnn in FLOUR, CORN AND PRODUCE, No. S Galt Block, Coumero'al St, } Portland. me juueldCm BROWN ft CROCKER. PLAST ERE !EIS, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL STUCCO AND MASTIC WORK 1IU.S. Oak street, between Congress end Free Sts., PORTLAND. tr (olorteg, Whiteuing, and White-wishing promptly attended to. Orders from out ot town so licited. juueldtf BYRON GBEENOUGH Manufacturer* of % And Wholesale mid Retail Dealer* in Furs, Hats, Caps, Gloves, &c., ! NO. 140 MIDDLE STREET, A.l:™‘h'l PORTLAND . _ _ juldtf E. K. LEMONT, Carriage Manufacturer, 1 Preble Stieet, - - Portland, Me. ' V'Csrr isgtf- snd Sleighs on hsud snd made to order. Junel&dtf ( C. P. k I Hit All I,, MANUFACTURER OF Carriages and Sleighs, Preble street, (Near l*reble House,) PORTLAND, ME. Sale Rooms, 110 and 112 Sudbury St-, Boston, Mass juoeltf ] NORTON, CHAPMAN ft CO., j Flour, Grain k Produce Commission Irrcliants, tail Villen* lien Is. OJftoe and Warehouse Xo. 0 Galt Block, Commer cial Street. We offer for sale to the trade, many choice and w ell-known Brand* of Flour, from St. Louw.l'liuoia, Wisconsin, Ac., which wo are consfanti receiving. NC. k Co , are also Agent* for Pittman k Co.'s, mud other brand* of manufactured Tobacco. FT-Cush advance* made ou all couaiguiuent*. Portland, June 1, 1864. jnldtf DR. W. R. JOHNSON, DENTIST. lu*orta Artificial Tooth ou Gold. Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, aud warrant* them iu all case* to be a perfect fit. Dr. J. also give* special attention to Filling Teeth. Office 2291 Cougrea* street, two door* west from the Court House Portland, Juue 1,1864. —eod2m 63 Removal. 63 1 J. M. KNIGHT ft SON, Commissi o n merchants, And dealer* in Country Produce, have moved to No. 63 Commercial street. Portland, Ms j lOtb, 1864. mtylOdtf BUSINESS CARDS. BRADUEV, MOULTON A. ROGERS WHOLESALE DEAL'S ■■ Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial atreet. Thomas Blook, Robert bralet, ) <*. h. uoultor, I PORTLAND, UK. A. U. ROOERS. ) _ maySdtf W. W. CARR & CO.. Having taken the Fruit Store formerly oooapietf b) O. SAWYER. Ho. <5 Exchange Street, Are prepared to offer to the trade a large and well •eleoted sleek of Foreign and Domestic Fruit 1 , Wholesale and Retail J,r«E|e«. Spruce Gum, Eoaengei Canary Heed, Caudtee, Usui Syrup, Haney, Prune!, Cecoa Nut./ Fig*. Nata, all klada, Dates, RaUlae, Tebaeee, Sardines, Cigar*. Fancy Candle* if all description, oct* dtf IRA WINN, Agent, No. 11 Union St., !• prepared to fhrnieh STEAM ENGINES and BOILI&B, of various tizet and paiterna, 8t«a Pig u4 Futing, liilfieui^ttiftiig, Pi%i,ft«, Liua* Hone* Work of all descriptions, and all kinds of work required iu building FoBTincATioae. Iron Stair* and other Architectaral Work. “"“l81"'*. “d other building., fitted with Gas and dteain in the beet manuer. In oonneetion with the above is an Iron Foundry with a large assortment of FaUerni, to which the attention of Machinists, Millwrights,and Ship-Build er» is invited—and all kinds ol Castinn furnished at short notice. JWOrder. for Machine Jobbing, Pattern, and •Urging*, promptly executed. oefid tf 8IH«EK’S SEWING MACHINES I WOODMAN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS, •« Had to.Middle Street. Needle* and Trlmmlagtalways o> hand. ■ahlltf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, ransT, . No. 1TB Middl Street. ImuioM ............Drt. Baoob and Bimlh. Portland, May £6,1848. tf Dr. Jt. H. IIEALD HAVING disposed or his entire interest in hM Gffloetppr.8.C FERNALD, iron Id eheerihHy reocommend him to his former patient* and the pah lo. Dr. PiKKALn. from long experience, la proper* Id to insert Artiflclal Teeth on the" Vnioaaite Beee." and ell other methods known to the profeeeion. Portland, Mar ft. IMS tf WOOD AND COAL CHEAP FOR CASH ! SPRING MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH. UKZiLTON, SUGAR LOAF, OLD COMPANY LEHIGH, LO CUST MOUN TAIN. JOHNS, DIAMOND, WEB8 rKK aud BLACK UEAT1I. These Coals are of ths ,'ery best quality, well screened and picked, and nrranted to give satisfaction. Also lor sale best of HARD AND SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Jrvicn CoxuaciAL St., bead of Franklin Wharf. S. ROUNDS A SON. fcfcMdlg. ... _ WARREN'S INI PORTED FIRE AND WATER-PROOF FELT COMPOSITION, Gravel Roofing FOR FLAT ROOFS. E. HEH8BY, Agent, Jin*) dtf No. 1« Union Street. ALBERT WEBB dk CO„ — cialiu a — -orn, Flour and Grain, BEAD Or MERRILL ! WHARF, Cewwstelel Street. - - Persiaed. Me. _ MMf EDWARD H. BURGUT, WBOLEKALI DBALKB1N Cofn, Meal aud Flour, Alio, Ground Rock Balt Commission merchant niircacHAttAin salios Barley, Rye and Oats. 1 7V~' urn loaJc.1 with Corn in balk frge of charge. 4'arehooMi No. 130 Commercial Street, AuJ ClTT Mill*, During Bridge. jnneleoddm JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, CODMAN BLOCK, mebl7 dft. wtf Tkhplb Sthiit. _ . , Scotch Canvas, 41 -rou BA LB BI- I [AMES T. PATTEN ft CO., Utah, Me. J )/V\ BOLTS Superior Bleached yV/U BOO do All Long flax "Gov- A. . W/4_k_ eminent contract," mUJXr9’ 800 do Extra All Long flax ArDroain, 800 do Navy Fine ielivered in Portland or Bocton. Hath. April BO. IMS apMdtf M. PEAR80N, Silver Plater, AMD MAMtrrAOTtrRKB OF • SILVER WARE, 188 Congress St.,Opp. Court House.Portland,Me. K^*A1I kinds of WARE, such as Knives, Forks, ipoons, Cake Baskets, Castors, Ac., plated in the manner. Also, REPAIRING and RR-FINISHING Old iilver Ware. jau29 dflm Ft EMOVAL. _ ( DR. NEWTON HAS removed his residence to No, 37 Middle Street, corner of Franklin street. Office as heretofore, No. 116 Exchange Street, In foble’s Block, up stair#. Office hours from 9 to 10 L. M., from 2 to 8. and from 8 to 9 o'clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with general iracticp, to giro special attention to DISEASES 09 YRMALES. ooSldtf WILLIAM A. PEARCE, PLUMBER! MAXKU OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. 141 EACH 4NGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold and Shower Bath*, Wash Bowls, Brass ft Silver Plated Cocks, EVERY description of Water Fixtures for Dwel ling Houses, Hotels, Public Buildings. Shops, Sic . arranged and set up in the best manner, and all orders in town or country faithfully executed. All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to. Constantly mi hand LEAD PIPES, SHEET LEAD and BEER PUMPS of all descriptions. ap9 dtf The Cheapest Agency FOR collecting all classes of claims arising from the war is that of the ‘MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,” in which the expenses are controlled by a disinter ested Executive Committee. Apply in person, or by letter, to GEORGE F. EMERY, over the Portland Poet Office, 3d story. dawly MERCHANDISE. Hackmotack Sbip Timber. OAK, Hackmatack. and Hard Wood Hauk.Tree aaila from 13 to 3S iuohes, treenail Wedgea, to L. TAYLOR, juue2Sd3m Gale's Wharr, Portland. Claiilied Cider, |>JR a ale by r MOSES MORRILL, Agent, juneltidltu* 2o4 tore atreet.Portland. Treenail!). ioo,ooo.rh‘yrKoAit TREENAILS, for S1MONTON A KNIGHT. „ « Commercial Wharf. Portland, June 13,1864. junelfultf •Honey.” 7 res. PRIME CUBA HONEY, for tale in bond ou duty puid. THOMAS ASENCIO k CO. Juue 10.—isdtf Sugar aud Molasses. HUD8.1 CHOICE MUSCOVADO 8U I0TCS. ) GAR. 871 UUDS &D]>eriur Humoiado, aiid 3) TCS Clayed Holaases, 11 BBES from sierra Morena, Now lauding and tor sale by THOMAS ASKNCIO k CO., ™»r9tr Custom House Wharf. Sierra Moreau Holaases. OOKHHUS . „„ < choice sierra MORENA so tierces ( molasses, 10 BBES ' Now landing from Brig “C. U. Kennedy" I'HOS. ASENCIO A CO.. Hay 3.—tf C. H Wharf. Srolfh Canvass. "1 <>/~k BOLTS—from the factory of David Cor Amvf aar k Sons, Loitb—a sail oloth of superior quality—just reoeived per "Jura", and for sale bv MoGILVKKY, RYAN k DAVIS, mch23 dtf 181 Commercial Street. WANTS, LOST,FOUND Wanted. TO hire a moderate sized House, pleasantly situa ted, Tor a family of throe adults. Any one hav ing such a bouse, cmn secure a prompt paying tenant and who will take good care of the same, byaddri .s C. D. 03 Commercial St. jul)9eedlw Cost. t^RlpAY Morning, July 3, a Pocket Book con taining #60 in L. 8. Hills aud a teaman's Pro tection bearing the name of Daniel McMillan: be »ide* a fear papers of no account. The tinder will be luitably rewarded on leaving it at the Central House Lime street. j>9dit Information Wanted. WILLIAM COLLINS. WILLIAM GODARD. and JOHN E. LACEY, who were supposed to be natives of Portland, having died in the tinted Stages’ service, their heirs can hear of valuable infor mation on application in pereon or by letter to BRADFORD A HARMON. No. 33 Exchange street. InlytSdA w3w Port laud. Me. Wanted. A SITUATION as Book-keeper, by one who has both taught and practised the art of Hook-knm Ing. Wholesale Store prefered lest of reference tijren. Enquire at No 36 Exchange street I ortiaud, July 6, 1664. julyTdtf Wanted. V SITUATION wanted by a young man, in a wholesale store. Best of reference given. Inquire of A.B. HOLDEN, office near Tost office Jy4 dSw Stray Cow. CAME into the euc oenre of the subscriber a light red Cow, ten years old, brass balls on horns, rhe owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and take her away. PETER GAMMON. Falmouth, Jane 30, 1364. Jy4dlw* Wttiity«l Immediately. A N Agent of either sex in every tow n and Tillage, A. to engafe in a light and profitable business, by s hich from #3.00 to #13 per week can be made. Per K>ns having leisure evenings can make tVun 50c to 11.00 per eveuing. A sample with full particulars, •out by mail to all who enui*e oue 3 cent mku>i> tnd address A. C. SPAULDING A tO., uncAldAwlm* West Hampstead, N. It. CoMitiwUon Wanted. ONE or two first class female compositors will ind constant employment, aud the highest rates >aid in the city, ou application at TU18 OFFICE. naytSdtt Si‘2.1 Reward ! STOLEN from the subscriber on Tuesday Even ing, while in Pierce’s auction room, a Calf .skin t'oekft Book contaiug #f4 in mo in v, a note against bar!#* liodgdon, Gorham, for #60,and sue against Jharles Hooper for #12. The above reward will be >aid lor the recovery of the property and the detec ion of the thief. Tune H.-tf GEORGE BECK Board. UITS of Rooms, with Board, can be obtained by ^applying immediately at 30 Dauforth street. May 11th. wayltdtf A. & S. SHURTLBPP A CO., VOS. $4 Sc, 56 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND. Manufacturer. aud Dealers in Sen'* Boy*’ and Yonth'i Thick, Kip and Calf Boot*, Women’s Misses and Children's Oust. Kid nnd C.lf Balm r.U, Bubbers Shoe .look, Fiudiitfca, Ac. our superior facilities for manufacturing, t f and s larye experience iu the baslnesa, we re sre able to aell as low a. iu Huston or elsewhere. Dealers are respect fatly invited 40 call aud ex mine osr .took before purihasiuk. ay Orders by mail promptly attended to. Portland, April S3,1-bd. d6m i * B. F. HAMILTON & CO. Successors to C. IV. Robinson A Co. WOULD very respectfully invite all former pa trout to the house, and the public generally to j free examiuatiou of our gold* at ail times. With ang experience and close attention to the wauts of u»turner*, aud adhering strictly to the CASH SYSTEM, leliaving it to be better for the buyer at well at the eller, we hope to merit a large sharge of patronage. Several lot* of goods to close cheap to make room N K W GOODS. Mr. W. N. Prince, together with the employees n the store are to be retained aud will be happy to eo all their customers as formerly. B. F. HAMILTON A CO , Corner Congress and l*reble street. junelTeodtf NOTICE. LITE, the undersigned , having told our Stock of vv Coal ami Wood to Messrs. Ramlall, Me Alls *r Jr |<.Y>., do cheerfully recommeud them to our ormer customer*. Ail persons having demands gainst us are requested to |*r«-*eut them tor settle neut, and all persons indebted to us are rtque.ted o make immediate payment at the old stand u hen ue ol the undersigned in a v be found for the present. SAM YES A W HUNKY. Portland, Juue 6,1864. juut«13d3w Coal and Wood? rllE snbscriber having purchased the Stock of Coal aud Wood, and taken the stand recently •ecupied by Messrs Satcyir Jr If'Aifueg, head of • Main* If Mar/, are uow prepared to supply their ormer patrons and the public generally, with a Ine assortment of WELL PICKED AND SCREENED >ld Company Lehigh, Sugar Loat Lehigh, llaxellon Lehigh, Locum Mountain. lohu’s, White and Red Ash, Diamond and Lorberry, Together with the beet quality of Cumberland Coal I A Superior Coal for Blacksmiths. Also, Hurd and Soft Wood, Delivered to order in any part of the city. The former customers of Messrs Sawyer A Whit ley are respectfully invited to give us a call. KANDALL, Me A LLISTKR k CO. Portland. June 13,1864.—dly CITY OF PORTLAND. A TTKNTION is called to Section 38 of the Or iA. din*nce lespectiug Interments. , If any persou shall be do-irous to move out of the .’ity the body of a deceased person for iut»rmeut, »e shall make application to the 8uperiniendent of tturials for permi*sion so to do, and said Nwperiu endent shall grant su^h permission if no cause shall ippear for srituholding the same, and shall attend to such removal in persou, or employ one of the uu lertakers of the city to attend thereto Penalty for violation of this Ordinance not less than live nor more than twenty dollars. All violations of this Ordinance will be prosecuted according to law LOUIS BUNCH, Superintendent of Burials. Portland, Juue 10, 1864 —dim Notice. THIS day I give to my two sons, E. J. and Chan. Kaudal). tneir time, to act aud trad • fur them selves : I shall not claim their wages or pav their debts. T. C. KANDALL, Kt z r Falls, Me. Wituess, Mary Pillsbury, Mary S. Pillsbury June 27,1864. juue28 clothing. CUSTOM CLOTHING I N. S. GARDINER, 02 Middle 8t., Opp. Post Office, Is rcelTlng weekly the LATEST and MOST E LEO AST STYLES —or— French, English and American Doeskins, CoMtimeres and Coatings, Which we ire prepared to manufacture into Gar menu not surpassed In Style qf Ont. and work mane hip, by any house in this City or State. MR JOHN H. LARKIN, Attends to the Cutting of Garments in this Establish "ho*r. reputation u a SathUmakU, Tatty * 1,1 known in Porllmd nail other cities. .. ,!J.*ve on kand nnd are coustmaly receiving nil the ailUrent vnrietsew of GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, \ sn&Jljr kept by those in the bisiiew. Jane 14 —cod4w H. B HA OVA T. JOSIAH BURLEIGH m Baaovao to NEW STORE, EVANS* BLOCK, Nos. 141 ft 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGH, Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia C otiiintc.Coths, Tailors’ Trimminga, —ash— GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Nos. 141 * 143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BVKLEItsM, Agent tor o‘“ver k Baker's celebrated Sewing Machinee, Voa. 141 * 143 Middle Street NATHAN 000LD Will say to his friends that he may he toend at Bar Imimh’a Nn 141 A 144 UiAJI. _a _W_a.. _... be plea-ed to wait upoa ilia former —‘-Tin Portland, March 24, 1864. dtf JUST RECEIVED 1 | KOLLlJiS k BOM), HAVING refitted their store and received a large Meortmest of ELSGAXT STYLES o Is, O T H S ! ARK PKKPARKD TO Show Them to Their C niton era. Aluo, Clothing dc Furnishing Goods, lm Great Variety, -AT HVTiddl© Street, j mnydtf THE GOVERNMENT LOAN j $200,000,000. Thia Loan ia authorized by Aet ot Comgraaa ot Marebttb, 18C4, which provide, for Ita Innuarvum i m Con, at any period aet lew than ten nor more than forty yenra from Ita data, at the pleaear* of the . Government. Unt 1 ita Kadrmptioa. flve per cent, intaveat la to I he paid seiBl-annially ia com. Itt Krrmptinn from Stale and local Taxation adda from one to three per cent, par annum to Ita raise The Rate <)/ Interest on tb'i loan, although bat 1 4ve per cent, in coin ia aa much greater ia currency 4 a* the difference between the market ralae of cur rency and gold. Aa a Hole, the Sve per cent, apacie aecurttia, of all aolvent government, are alway* par or above, and currency now funded ia the National Loan, will be north ita face in gold, beaidea paying a regular and liberal percentage to the holder. So Secantiet ofer so print induceuali, It la be- | lieved, aathe varioua descriptions of l. 8. Baade, la ail other form, of indebtedneaa, Ike faith or aUl ty of private pnrtioa or a lock conipaaiee or separata rommunitiea only ia plidged lor payment, while for the debt, of the United State, the whole property if the c .untry ia holden to secure the payment ot ioth principal aud intercat in coin. The funded Debtor the United State, on which interest ia payable la gold, on the 3d day of March, I IW54, was $768,966,000. The intereat on thia debt for * i becoming flacal year will he 643.237.126, while the j rustom* revenue in gold for tbv current 4*ca1 y«tr, j >ver lino,030,600 per annum. an amount largely la I taeiM u! the wanta of tlie Treasury for the payment >t gold lute rest. Tke>e bonds may he subscribed for in sums from ISO op to any magnitude, on the same lerma, and , ire thus made equally available to the small set lead tr aud the largest capitalist They can be convert 'd into money at any moment, and the holder will I lave the benefit of tho interest. The authorized Amount orthis loan is Two Hum- | Ired Million Dollars. The amount of subtoriptioae 1 epo'ted to the Treasury at Washington, is over *70,000,000. Subscriptions will be received in curreney by the Pint National Bank, Portland, Maine, AX It HT ALL NATIONAL BANKS I ahich are deposltari.e of I'ublie money, and all Keaper'table Hamit anti Battler a hrou-liout the country, (acting as ageuts of the Ma kmal Depositary Banks.) will furnisti farther infer nation on applicatiru and ‘ Ajfitrtl Ketrjf Hoc title to Stabacribera. juneSrdAwTw Copartnership Notice, -AMD BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT rilinc tubscriber* having on the 7th day of May X formed a copartnership under the name of McCarthy & tterrv, For the pur)>(Mi of carry ing on the BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS Ln all it* branches, and having all the facilities for Ret'irg up first class work for gentlemen aud ladle*, wear, are now ready to execute all order* with aeat 01 ! dtepotch Our work will be made of the beat of imported - took, by thebe«t of workmen, and warranted to give perfect satisfaction. It i* our aim that cur wori shall not be second to any in the Unit ed State*. We have aUo completed a Hock of ready-made work of the first quality, lor Ladles, Gentlemen, and Chi dren’a We* Selected from New York and Boston markets Onr Ladies' work i* from the celebrated Burts Mmmu/hctory of New York t For tieutlemeu * wear we have the beet assortment ever oflernl for sale in this city; such a* line Fr* neb Latent Leather Boots; (Hove Calf aud Calf ( on gross for gentleiuou’s wear; 1‘aU-ut Leather ( ou «re**, aud C alf Congress Balmoral, and lew French luckle Boot*. Have you seen the ucw style CRIMLED-FBONl BUCKLE BOOT, now made by McCarthy fc Ber- I ry ? For neatness, comfort and beauty, it mrpassoe anything ever got up in Him city Call aud see it; ( sample* always on hand at the old stand of M- Me- ■ Carthy. 1 McCarthy a berry, No. 90 exchange Street. Junelilti ___ Board. AKEW more Boarders can be aoeommodated »t it Dautorth street, two door,above Brackett. I Apply soon. J»ly* • PROPOSALS. P ROPOSALS. Proposals fortimbkk and matlri. |ALS FOR TUR NAVY. Navr Duhtiiut, » Bureau qf Omtlrurliou and Repair, } June SU, 1864. ) rJ','^irT0*?‘a,‘ ‘° ft™**** Timber aad Mai maid 18Bk .i? V,‘ tjr lliB A"**1 »<*» ending Jane 80. and He. litT rBctMrS? ttl« bBr«*e al Coaaimotfon gust n.xV L Wo'elecs of <be let day of Al rnenced ' ‘ ‘*lc“ h™ xbr optaiug will bo otm •t,dor,«l "Proposals for Tim wer sun uikiiaii lor the Iity'' tbut tbev nu be dwtlugulnbed Irons oth«r bumnets letters auJ di. Bur*-« •* corLu„,io. I he materials and articles embraced in tne -_ BB“‘d *r» particularly dccubcd iu ibe nrin ed eobeduke, any ot which Kill no turnuhud «--—»■ aa deatre as eft-r. ua appiioaiiun to the Cummnode.ta 01 the respective varus, or to theaavy A rente aear a»t thereto and iU of aii the ya.de\p£“.p£X uou to Hie bun is “ •ppuc. This division into clause* being lor theeoaveninms. of dealers in each, tech els-eee only will bo larateb ed ae are actually rtryiiired lor bide. Tbs Command ant aad Navy Agent Kir each elation wiU, in addi tion ta the echedule et cknuee of i he It own yards, have a copy of the ecbedelee ol the ether j ante for exauunanuu only, front which may be ladged wheth er it will be desirable to make application for any of the olae.ee of tboeo yard- All other things being e<iual, - reference win be given to articles of Anti lean tainulhciure. uflare must be maoe for Ibo whole of the elam al any yard, upoe one or tbe priated ae bed alas. ar la etriet cunlormity therewith, er they wHJ not be eon* eidered. Lpou application to tbe Barela, to tbe l ommand ant of any yard, or to any Navy Agent, the form of oSer, et guaranty, and other screwsry 1-amtl ia respecting tnep opo.ali, nil] be Atralehed rhe cou r aot will be awarded to the lowest bidder ~v Ihd* conti Bjta will bear date tbe day the notilce tiou is given and deliveries esa be 4« ■>«^d+d rtum that dn;e. Surotio in the full ^nrnnt will be required to «Un the coatuct. and their reepoeeibtMee eertised toby a tailed mates District Judge, United Siatae Dm I not Attorney, Col he tor or Navy Ageat. As 1111 tionsl aoearttr, twsnty per oaatam wUi bo withheld from the amuont of tbe bills aetll the eat tracts have been completed, and eighty per eeatam ef each till I. approved In triplicate by tne Commandant e of I he respective y node, will bo paid by tbe hovy Agents it the point ot dolivery, in lands or oorUkcatce, et the option ol the Hovers meat. within ton days of terUas woerant for the some ebali bam bow r-1 by the Secretary or the Treasury The following are tbe tlaeeee isqairod at the m ipoetive navy.y arde. f tnd'White Oak'Seck'pTaak : No°m“aah* tlH. .1ST llMk; NO M. bkuw: Bo 16. Hickory Matte: Bo IT. Mir Boards ', No 18, Luenst; No If, White Osk Staves asd (leading; lull, Black tyriss; Bo m, Uauutnriue; Mo 26, Iroa, ruuad, Oat aad sonar* Vo SB, Steel; No ST. Iroa Spike*; No 28. IroaVaS. ««•** L*i:N«l*.TteaadaiMi No 83, Hardware; No 84, loot! lor Stores; Bo M. White Lead; Ho ST. Zinc Points; Bo 88. Colored Paints, dryer; No IS. Turpentine, Varnish; Bo 40. Linseed i it ; No 41. tllosi; Bo 44, FtehOB; Bo 44* roBow,Soap; Bo47. BMp Chaadtery. ikoauaiovr. Class Ba 1, White Oak Logo: Ba S, White Oak Toe! Pieces: No J, White Oaf Curved Timber; Ba I White oak Plank: Ha S. Yellow Mae Lome; Ha :l). While Pine Masts aad spar Timber; No lLWhlte Ptoe Logs. Hank kai Boards; Bo 11, White Plan iteek aad Stage Plank ; Ha IS. Ash Leg* and Plonk; No 14, Ash Oars: No 16. Block Walaat aad Chtrry; No St. Locast; Mo 18, Whits Oak Staves aad Baaw ngv; Bo30, Block hpraoo; Boll, Licaamritw; Ba S.Iron; Mo », Bt.!); Host. Iron lolkoo; Ba S, eocNoils, wrought,aad eat; Ba IU. Load; Ba (1, tine, Tio nod Bolder: Mo 88, Hardware; Bo 84. rtfol* for Store he:HoM. White Lead; Bo 87. Ztek Palate; Mo8i. Co ored Paints; No 18, ~iriiaikM tad Vsraloh; No40, Liaseod Oil; Mo 41, Glam; Mo 14. Whale OH; Bo 48, Tallow, Soap and Sweat M: No 47, Ship Chaadtery. HMoan. Class Bo 1, White Oak Logs; Me 2. Whit# Oak Keel Pieces; Ho 3, White Oak Carved Timber; Ba 4, White Oak Plank ; Be (.Yellow Fine Logs; No 7, Tellow Pint Beams; No 8, Yellow Pioo Smt aad ipar Timber; Ha 9. White Oak Boards aad tlaiih; Nall, White Fine Timber aad Logo; Bo 13. Ash Plank: Bo 14 Ash Oars; No IS, Hickory Ban aad land Bpikea; No 18, Black Walnut sod (hairy; Bo 7, Cedar, No 18, Locust; No 19, White Oak Mists* nd Hearing. No20, Bteek Sp.aee; Bo » Mabog iny; N088. Ligaamvitw; Ho 86. Iron, roaad. But. indSquare: Bo 28. Steel: Bo 17. Iron Spikes; Ba 8, Iron Nails, wrought and cat; He SO. Land; Ha 11. Zinc, its; No 81, Hardware; Mo 34. Toot* for Stores; No 86. White Lead; Ho 87, Ziae l'alat; Ba «. Colored Foiato.dryers; Bo88. Varalsh; Bo 46, deseed Oil: No 41. Clam; No 41. Brashes; Bate. Pish Oil: Mote, Tallow: No47. Ship Chandlery. raiLADaLniLS. Usm Mo 1. White Oak Logs; No 8. Whita-Oak Keel Pieces: No 3 White Oak Carved Timber; Ba 4. White Oak Flank; No lu. While Line Moat nod Sim limber; No 11, White Fine 1'inak and Boards; Mo 12. White Pine Deck Flank aad Stage Plank; ho 18, \sh Logs aad Flank. Mo H, Ask Oars; Bo It Steak Walaat, Ch-rry, Mahogany. No 16, Cyrreaa sad L’edar: Bo 18. LoeastTraeaaUe; No tU.BIaekSpraco: No 16. Tignumritw: Be 16, Iroa. roaad. Sat, aqaarn; No26 Stall; Bo27. Iron Spikes; No 28. Ire* rail.: rrought, cut: No80, Load; No 81, Ziae. Tim sad jollier: No 33. Uarowaro; Mo 34. Tools for Staroo; No39 White Lead: Mo 37, Ziae Palate; No*.Col lided Paint*, dryers. Ao; Ba 36. Varalsh: Ba 46, LiaseadOil; No 41. (ilarn; No 44, FtehOU; Bote, rallow. Heap. Sweat Oil; Mo47, Ship Chaadtery; Me 13. oakam; Mo 60. Ingot topper. WAsauaiug. n*ss Bo 3, While oak Knee Pieros, Bo 11. White Piao rlank aad Boards; Mo IS Ash Plaak; Ba H, Ash oars; Ho 16, Black Walaat, (.harry, aad Ha* aogany; No 1* Pyres*; Ka TO, Spruce Ptae Spars; No IS Poplar; No 26, Iran, roaad. lat aad saaarai No26. St.el. No 17. B|ikoo; No », Nalls; So SB, Land; NoSI Zinc, lln. and Solder: Bo 83, Bard sate; Note. Too;* lor Stores: Mo ML White Load; No37, Zinc Paiat; No 38 Colond Palate: BO 36. I urpaatint and Varnish: Mo 40. Unseed OU t Ba 41. Ham; Me 46, Tallow, Soap, be; No47 Ship Chard* ery; No M. oakuta; No 43. Tank Iroa; 10, la [Ot Copper; No 61 Polm; Mo 54. Hallow. julySdlawlw Proposals for Savalry Horses. Assistant QttAbTrbnsiTaa's Omcb. I Aogasta. Baibe. July 7th. 1*64 i SPALED Proposals will ha roeoissd by the aadcr* signed, 01 Auguste. Maine, until Tharsday, July tlh.1964.it FJ o'clock M. for rise Bandied (MS iorsc* suitable (or Cm airy aerrice. Boms mast be Tom 1& to 16 bands high. $ to 10 yoara old. eom loctly built, in good l.sb. and (no (Torn aU dafocta. 1 be ability or the bidder to fulfil bis contract unit be guarantied by two responsible plena*, abuse •ignaturt- are to be attached to guarantee, (o proposal wlU be accepted lor a less toast than ea i Hu harass. Tho uadaraigaad reaerros the right o rej.ct all bids doomed nasauaiaetory. kadirn 'ropo-als for Csralry Bidders are lasitad te ba irrneat at tbe opening of proposals. K. UKINKERHOFF. Cap! aad Asst, y M. inly adit Rare Chance! MALE 4: FEMALE AGEXTS WANTED ro travel iii all parti of tha State la a plooaut and money -making buaineee. on aoiary or com elusion oor agent* are making from *4 to M par lay We will tend ump ea with luitreetiewe. aw be receipt of 36 cents. Picasa anil or addreaa 8. M. CITTIKU ft CO., 32b Congress streot, ronlaad June 14 —dim CITY OF POBTLA18B. a the Tear Owe Thotuand tight Ala draft soft ■Sixty./owr. tu ordinance concerning Bonds of tko fttlaatieasd At. Lawrence kailroad Company held by the Uty of Portland. le it ordained hg the Manor, Aldermen, and Com mon Conned of the CUg of Portland, in Cttg Own er! uitem'ded, ae/Idiotei'— 8no 1. Whenever tbe Atlantic and St Lawrence '.aitroad Company or ila assign* shall delirar to the ;ily 1 reerurcr, tu bccancel cd. any of the oertiAoetee f City debt Issued iu aid of siM Company, ander be act uf February 13. 1*63, together with nil the oupons, pai-l or uupaid. beluugieg to the tame, U hall be tne duty or the City i n usurer to awrroad r acsrreepuuaiug amoum of the Mortgage Bunds >f eaid Company, be id by the City as collateral ftr uch debt, and the ce. lid rate of City debt and con on* to del.vered to the City Treoaartr aknll be i» aediately cancelled by him. Am-. 3. if the Atlantic and SI. Lawrence Hell oed Company, or 1 < assigns, aba 1 deliver to tho ity trea-nrer. to be the props rty of tho i ity. nay f the eerudaatee of debt, or boude of the State ef laioe. payable by the Atntent any -lee not earlier hen 1378. with tie unpaid coupons belonging <htrt u. it shall be the duty of tho City Treasurer to ro rive the seme, end to surrender therefor o cones - oudiu camuuutoftho mortgage bonds of said Com anv held by the City as collateral for the debt iu nrred by the city in aid otsaid Company ander the ot of February. 13th. 1363, and auoh eerUAcntaa r bonds of t e Sttte debt, abnll be Iteld by the City reasnrnr to meet the eertidualee or the C’ty debt ucurred under said act. or may be saobanged lor be same, with any holder, whenever H can be done dvuuiageonaly to the iuhrvat of the City, ander the llrrctian of lhe j lint Standing Committee on Ft inuce; ami in oaee any ccrtidcnte of the City debt hell ao be received by the City I reasnrer be abnll in mediately canoe I the same and the ooupona be ungiug thereto. Approved. June 33, 1*64, JACOB McLKLLAN.Mayor. Copy Atteet: JuneSt^lJw J. M HEATH. City Clerk. EverKrc«B Cemetery. rHK Superintendent of Evergreen Cemetery eM te et his office, in New City Bui ding, entrance n Mvrtle Street, f rom 13 o’clock M. to 3 o’clock P. I.a every day. except Suuday •. to attend to any oalia a connection with said Cemetery. Orders may be left at the office at any time. p*2&dtoiugl 11. C. BABB, ciuperiutendent. Dean's Dram Cori s. DEAN’S Dram Corpe will promptly attend to all order*for Drumming for Parade*. Marche*. Ac. til ordtr* to he left at D White’* utore, Market Iquare S. Dean. Drum Major. June27 *. 1. MALL, Clerk,

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