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THE DAILY PRESS.
PORTLAND, MAINE. Wednesday Morning, July 23, 1862. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, ABNER COBURN, OF SKOWHEGAK. For Representatives to C ongress, Third District.JAMES (». BLAINE, of Augusta. fifth District. .FREDERIC A. PIKE, of Calais. For Senators, Aroostook.. ..ISAAC HACKER, of Fort Fairfield. York.:. .JOHN WENTWORTH, of Kitten, GIDEON 8. TUCKER, of Saoo, LUTHER SAN BORN, of Papons field. For County Commissioners, Aroostook—THOMAS J. BRoWN, of Ilodgdon, NATHAN S. LUFKIN, of Eaton Gr't. York.DIMoN ROBERTS, of Lyman, ALFRED HULL, of Shapleigh. For Sheri Aroostook... .WILLIAM SMALL, of Fort Fairfield. York.GEORGE GOODWIN, of Wells. For County Treasurers, Aroostook . . .SAM L BRADBURY, of N. Limerick. York.JOHN HALL, of North Berwick. For Registers of Deeds, Aroostook_LOUIS CORMIER, Northern District, J y. A. BARTON, Southern District. York.SAMUEL C. ADAMS, of Alfred. l'on(?rc*8ioiuil Convention. FIRST DISTRICT. The Republican*, and all other citizens of the First Congressional District, wlto support the State am] National Administrations, are rot|Ues1ed to moot in convention at the City ltall. in Portland, on Tces iiay, the 12th day of'August next, at 11 o’clcok, A. M., for the purpose of nominating a candidate to re present the district in the 38tli Congress. The basis of representation w ill be as follows: Each city and town will be entitled to one delegate, and to one additional delegate thr every seventy-five votes cast for the Kepublican candidate tor Governor in 1861. The Committee will be in session at the City Hall. In Portland, on the morning of the Convention, at 10, A. 31., to receive credentials. Nath’l G. 31 Altai!all, John Lynch, New-all N. Gross, J. A. Waterman, John D. Lincoln, Daniel Stinson, Geo. It. Knowi-ton, Kepublican District Committee. July 16,1862. [Correspondence of the Press.] On to Richmond, Messrs. Editors : I take pleasure in giv ing you some account of the enthusiasm that pervades in our town. A Recruiting Office was opened in our place a few days since by Capt. E. H. Hines and J. P. Suasey, Esq., and at the meeting of the mi litia of our town for the purpose of choosing their officers, after the organization had been completed, they were addressed by Hon. Allan Bolster and Hon. E. G. Harlow in eloquent and patriotic terms. Otis Hayford, Jr., (Capt. of the company) then addressed them; ap pealing to their patriotism, reminding them of the sufferings of their brothers who have gone forth so nobly at their country's call, their call for more assistance, and shall that call go un heeded ? shall that old banner be suffered to trail in the dust? All who arc willing and ready to go forth to battle for Liberty and right and put down the unholy and wicked re bellion now raging in our land w ill please step in front three paces, when seventeen brave spirits boldiy inarched forth, thus announcing themselves ready to enlist under the old ban ner and go forth whenever it was in danger, to sustain and protect it. Che-r after cheer rent the air as they came forth, reverberating from hill to hill and from mountain to mountain un till it seemed as if old Oxford was one com plete mass sending forth one long loud shout for Liberty, and death to traitors. Our quota is eleven, and twenty have al ready enlisted from our town. They have thirty in all. Is not Canton the banner town ? A. Hayfobd. Canton Mills, July 21st, 1862. [Correspondence of the Tress.] Wntervtlle Patriotism Aroused. Watebville, July 22,1862. To the Editors of the Portland Press:— We had a great war meeting here last night. The announcement that Gen Howard was to address the meeting, brought in the largest number of people that have been here for a long time. Town Hall Common was filled to its utmost capacity, there being several thousand people present. An extra train brought several hun dred from West Watervllle. The meeting was called to] order by S. Heath, Esq., who, after a few introductory re marks, introduced Rev. Mr. Hawes of Water ville, who was followed by Rev. W. A. P. Dil lingham of Sidney; in a stiring and telling speech, and closed by saying that we would give the President all the money he wanted— all the men he wanted—his three huqdred thousand more, if he would only pvt it through! pct it TitRoroH! PlrT IT THROUGH! and in order to do this, he deem ed it necessary to free the slaves as fast as we find them, and put them to the best use we can, even to arming and brigading. Gen. Howard was then introduced, and re ceived with "three cheers for the hero of Fair Oaks." He spoke more than an hour, and with much spirit, for he had heard the people of Waterville were lukewarm, but after he saw the audience he did not believe it. He believed the President should have call ed tor 500,000 instead of 300.000, that the war would have been very much shorter, and be was anxious for peace. He said the rebel Gen eral who commanded the brigade against him at the battle of Fair Oaks, was a bosom friend and classmate of bis for three years, at West Point. He expressed confidence in McClellan, and the army of the Potomac; believed in making a practical use of all contrabands that the ar my can fairly get, and if he could have been at liberty to use them, he might have saved many valuable lives in his brigade. He is in favor of placing men enough in the field im mediately, to crush the rebellion before winter. Gen. Howard was followed by Lewis liank en, of Stetson, who spoke in bis usual felici tous manner—a mixture of prose and rhyme. He, as an old line democrat, explained the cause of the rebellion, or how the country got the meanlet, and pointed out the remedy. He said his little town of Stetson, with only 800 inhabitants, had sent 04 men to the war, al ready, and had her quota of the 300,000 filled in four days after the proclamation. Waterviile will soon have her quota filled.— We are getting up the right kind of zeal, and, although we have sent one hundred and fifty men, we are going to do our duty on “the three hundred thousand more.” We are to have a town meeting this week, and we do uot intend for any town to lead us on bounty. Those who cannot leave their business are willing to pay liberally, and those who can leave their business are willing to go for pay. Fuller. Cost oe Iron Clad Vessels.—The fol lowing is tlie cost of tlie chief iron clads afloat: Resistance (British). AF39.250 Warrior (British). 1.771,925 ( apt. Coltiit'i cupola vessel (British). ii&j.Onn Cloirc (French).5.0oo.<m) Monitor (American). 275,000 Catena (American). 230.000 New Iron Sides (American). 78O.0OO The nine ship* in course of construct! •« by Mr. Ericsson, Messrs. Secor & Co., and Low ring & Co. will Ik* delivered to our govern ment for $8,600,000, or about $400,000 each. Synopsis of Mr. Kingsbury’* Speech. At the City Hall, Monday evening. Mr. KtsrosnrRY said that the chairman of the meeting had remarked that the great ques tion before the American people is, “Shall the Union be preserved ?” The answer had been given long ago, by Andrew Jackson, in that memorable and immortal sentiment, “The Union it must and shall be preserved,”andby ; that collateral sentiment, uttered by the great I Webster as the conclusion of one of the most splendid speeches ever uttered, “Tiif. Union. NOW A>I> FOKKVEIt.ONE AND INSEPARABLE.” i ! In times of profound peace these have been I mere platitudes. They have aided to round off sentences, and polish Fourth of July ora | lions. But now they come to 11s with a living, burning force, and most potent signilicance. A friend had cautioned him to "strike the key note that evening.” He thought this glorious sentiment was the key-note. It comes to us more like an anthem from the heavens, and will find an answering vibration in every true heart. The Vninn ! On this platform, we can all stand, of whatever party name. Parties are useful, but he is a poor patriot, who in the aw ful presence of the colossal war now upon us, cannot lift himself up out of the small mean nesses of mere party to the greatness of the oc casion. He recognized all as his friends and brethren who stood witli him in the work of crushing out this infernal rebellion. In this work all—men. women and children— have something to do. 1. All who can, should enlist. i. Those who cannot enlist, must pay the ex penses, and sup|iort those who can. 3. Those who are unable to do either, must talk and act in such capacities as they are able. Mr. Kingsbury spone upon tnese points at length, ami among other facts, stated the fol lowing relative to bounties to soldiers: The Stale gives a bounty of $45 and $55 to each soldier. Taking $5t» as the average, it makes a total of $350,000 for 7000 soldiers, the States’ quota. The city pays 13 per cent of the State Tax. and consequently will pay of the above, $45,500. The city authorities have this day decided to increase the bounty of the city from $20to$55. making fo^2S0 soldiers, its quota, $15,730. Total bounty paid bv the city $61,230. Mr. Kingsbury was proud of the action of Portland and the State in this matter. The city authorities had responded nobly to the wishes of the citizens, and would be nobly sus tained in their action. The enlisted soldiers in the city will, there fore. receive as follows: Those who enlist in the old regiments : State Bounty, $55 City “ ' 55 Individual Sub. 10 ,United States, 27 Mouth’s advance, 13 i _ $160. Those who enlist in the new regiments will receive: State Bounty, $45 City “ 55 United States, 27 Month's advance, 13 $140. Mr. Kingsbury then reviewed briefly what had thus far been accomplished, showing that, considering the unexpected magnitude of this rebellion, groat and glorious results had been obtained. All the indications are encouraging. Let no true heart faint. Let the strong heart grow stronger. lad the bowed head look up. lad us all have a single eye to the one purpose of crushing out the rebellion. The Day Star will soon shine. The grey east will soon be tinged with the golden light of a coming, cloudless day. The Sun of Peace, all radiant | and glorious, will soon blaze out again over a re-united, happy, and prosperous nation. The | Great Father, who holds in his infinite hand the invisible threads of all human events, will never |>ermit this great experiment of five gov ernment, founded on Ilis own divine laws, to fail. Kick Soldiers at Frederick City, Md. The following is a list of siek soldiers iu the hospital at Frederick City. Md., July 16. We are informed by the gentleman who has kindly famished us with the list, that I)a. Weirs, the surgeon iu charge, is untiring in his efforts to promote the comfort and well being of the men under his charge, and assiduously attend to their wants. He is the right man in the right place. lOrtl REGIMENT. ,1. B. Bradley, Co. A. Patrick Hickey, A. (ieo. 11. Band, Portland, B. Frank Eustis, Portland, B. IV. G. Davey, Buekfield, B. Clinton Folies. “ B. Dexter Gurney, C. L. Elbridge. Canaan, C. Corp. Henry Sargent. Mt Vernon, C. Sergt. .1. E. Mitchell. Yarmouth, C. Corp. J. Gillespie, Ft Kent, D. Sergt. Hiram St ars. •* D. Frank. E. Brown. Limington, E. Rufus Bryant, Hartford, E. Sami H. Chase. Portland. E. Charles A. Tibbetts, C. Elizabeth, E. I. F. Tibbets, “ E. * Geo. IV. Smallage, Portland, F. Daniel E. Hall, Naples. F. Albion Tuttle, Pownal, F. C. Cole, Greenwood, F. Gideon P. Lowell, Greene, n. Isaiah Kimball, Lisbon, II. Henry P. Shorey. Wells, I. James M Logan. Waldo, K. James M. Lanigan,-, K. 1ST MAINE CAVALRY. Henry Maxim, Abbot. M. H illiard L. Messer, Cnion. B. At the hospital at Haulers’ Ferry, Ya., July 16, were the following Maine soldiers: 10th reg’t. A. II. Skillings. Biddcford, A. James B. Hanson, “ A. David B. Towle, Saco, A. Richard Sweetser, Portland, B. Geo. F. liussell, “ B. Chas. IV. Hammond, Sarsfield. D. Wallace Milliken, Castle Hill, D. D. S. Boss, 1>. Benj. F. Morse, Norway. E. Charles E. Higgins. Buxton, E. Chas. B. Williams. Mt Vernon. F. Win. II. Pearson, Lockes’ Mill, F. IV. H. Warren, Boston, Ma-s., I. (ieo. A. Jordan, Andover. 1. ■T.award I’, t liute, Naples, 1. Win. H. King, Oxford, K. James E. Osgood, Lewiston. K. Alls1 rt W. Dunn. Andover, K. E. (i. Marten, Itmuford, K. E. A. (Jetchell, Augusta, K. Osgood 1!. Webb, Bridgton, Band. D. L, Blanchard, Cumberland, Band. For the Portland Daily Press. Cumberland Erect. This town, at a meeting held on the 21st inst., voted to raise the sum of one thousand nine hundred dollars to furnish volunteers un der the late call of the government, being one hundred dollars bounty for each man required to fill up their quota. Notwithstanding the busy haying season, we had a large turn-out, party lines were for onee invisible, and although a small click of noisy secessionlsU were rampant out of doors, they evidently concluded, while in the house, that discretion was the better part of valor, and hid their diminished heads under the blanket of silence. Some few of them, however, need to he told that their futile attempts to discourage enlist ments may bring them to some one of those spacious hotels which Unde Sam lias gener ously provided for the comfort anil safety of aiders and abettors of treason. One of the most pleasing features of the meeting was the fact that the motion to raise the one hundred dollar bounty was first made ! by a democrat of the old school, who, though still hale and hearty, is just on the verge of | fourscore years of age. Henry Sturdivant, Enos Adams, and W. L. Prince, were chosen a commit tee to canvass the tow n for recruits, to whom all who are in clined to enlist are referred for more particu lar Information. To our sister towns in the Pine Tree State, we offer the above as a gentle hint to Iceep the | hull in motion. H. The Age of Blood. We have fallen upon sanguinary times. Tlie bloody days in which we live, harden the heart with fearful rapidity. That is tile law of our natures, and to its Hat we must submit. The execution of a Judge is considered of no more account this year, than was the shooting of a partridge last—so suddenly do we become fa miliarized with cruelty. Judge Davis was fin ished yesterday by the Advertiser. After a week of the keenest torture, the spinal marrow was severed on the 21st,at cock crowing, lie died easy. In fact there was hut little blood left—the llrst operations, preparatory to the coup ilc main, well nigh exhausted the victim. In after ages when the events of this eventful era shall lie celebrated in song, it w ill be asked and answered, Who killed .Judge Davis? I. ra>* Kiiphaiet Case, Without mercy or grace, At a 2-40 pace: With mv ‘Indian bludgeon’ I slew that gudgeon. But the taste of blood exagerates the thirst for it. The tiger is represented to be as harm less as a kitten, till he laps the life-giving fluid. No sooner is “Duncan in his” grave than fresh victims are thirsted tor. The Damascus blade flashes in the sun-light, but where is the vic tim? Behold, a ram is caught by the horns in tin* thicket, ready for the sacrifice 1 That ram is the Daily Press, of tills city. Tin* great ex- ! ecu doner of this century has put that concern I upon the rack, in his paper of yesterday, by giving notice that, as soon as he can find room,” he will attend to that interesting sheet, “and its most officious sponsors.” Great Hea vens! has tlie man not a bowel of compassion left ? To attend to a case, is a mild way our amiable cotemporary has of stating the argu ment. It mean*, in Japanese tongue, to l ip ’em up—to send them to Paradise. Well may we exclaim at this wholesale butchery— jiiNiuaif Arvurr, Would not one suffice? Thrice Flew thy arrow*, am] thrice Our peace wa* elnin !” We shall regret the loss of our pleasant, harmless friends of the Press. So young, so fair, to fall before the autumn winds shall blow! But what shall we say of this whole sale butchery of the “officious sponsors”?— “This looks rebellion.” We shall see before the week expires the headless trunks of some of our leading citizens, who have offended our benevolent neighbor. The sugar-house, the collector's sanctum, the postmaster’s private room, the Mayor's office, will flow with blood ere this week shall want*—and saccarhine and sweet tempers will be drowned beneath car mine and cruelty! These are indeed sanguin ary days! Well may Brother Case have post poned his visit to “vineyards and battle-fields,” his roaming among dead men’s bones, when he so rcadilly creates those pleasant play-grounds at home! The jmet of future ages may add to his epic—the first verse of which we have giv en above—the following: Who killed <>ilman and Hall? I killed them all! Without groan or nigh I knocked them sky-high! And without an ado, 1 killed Foster too. Sir transit ! Judges and Presses lie in one common grave, and men hold their breaths, as in times of pestilence, wondering whose turn is next to come.—[Argus, 224. Intervention. Hit Eiiitou:—Citizens of Portland must feel highly gralilled to 11ml themselves so ably instructed in relation to their duty, as they were on Monday evening, by outsiders. W. II. Vinton of dray, John A. Poor of Cincin nati. F. O. J. .Smith and M. (!. Dodge of H'eaf brook, were the most conspicuous men to figure in the New City Ilall, to instruct the benighted people of Portland in the line of their duty. Tritely, Portlanders have reason to feel thankful that so much outside light is shed upon them, and that they are not allowed to die in their sins. Gbatixcde. Cape Elizabeth Erect. At a town meeting held in Onpe Elizalieth, July 21st 1862, it was voted that the town of Cape Elizabeth will guarantee the payment of one hundred dollars over and above all boun ties offered by the State or the United States, to every man who shall enlist, Ik? accepted and mustered into the service of the United States as one of her quota. Also, voted that the Se lectmen be authorized to raise by loan, the sum of thirty-five hundred dollars, to pay the bounties aforesaid guaranteed. Voted, that a copy of the doings of this meeting, be furnish ed the daily papers in Portland. Sami.. Haskell, Chairman. AVab Items.—Despite all tlie ridicule heap ed upon (ten. Hunter and his organization of negro troops, his black regiments are exciting attention, and bid fair to Income a strong arm of power. Gov. Todd, of Ohio, has called out volun teers, for thirty days, to defend the State against incursions from Kentucky. A Washington dispatch says the President has ls-cn urged to call out more troops, ami by draft if not at once provided. He w ill decide upon this policy when Gen. Halleck arrives, and then make his proclamations to the people and army. A Fortress Monroe letter of the 20th says the rebels are reported to be concentrating in some force between City Point and liiehtnond, on the south bank of the river for tile purpose of covering the flanks of the forts on the river. Beauregard is said to be in command and to have in the neighliorhood of 60,out) meu under him. The Pbeswkxt's Polic v. In a speech be fore the People's State Convention of Pennsyl vania at Harrisburg, on Thursday, Colonel Forney unfolded what, he says, is Mr. Lincoln's policy for the future management of the war. The following is a sketch of his remarks on the subject: “He announced that President Lincoln had told him liefore leaving Washington, that hence forth his policy should lie as stringent as the most enthusiastic could desire-. (Loud ap plause) That hereafter there will be no restric tion in the employment of all men to put down this rebellion. (Long and loud applause) No more doubting about the confiscation of rebel pro|H-rty. (Applause) No longer need the 3oruiern people ih* irigutcueti witn tue cry of negro equality and emancipation. (Applause) He thought it proper to put arms in their hands to save the lives of the whites. (Applause) He thought we might as well terminate the war to-day if it was not to be fought with the aid of the colored men of the South. (Ap plause) General Washington in the revolu tionary war, used them, and at the battle of Red Rank, 1777, near Philadelphia, a Rhode Island regiment of blacks turned lilt* fortunes of tin* day. This regiment was enlisted by the request of Washington. General Jackson enrolled blacks, and at the close of the war thanked them for their bravery. He thought they had not deterioratedaince, but rather had improved; that the impression of the chivalry, of which we hear so much, ought to improve them. (Laughter) He thought it ought to make them refined and brave. The rebels were abolition ists, and have set more slaves free than ten thousand General Hunters could have done. He lelt proud of the republican party; that God in liis Providence allowed a Republican President to he elected in eighteen hundred and sixty, when there was so much duplicity, so much crime, so much falsehood, and so many oaths disregarded by the Democartic party, who had nothing but a ruined-country to leave as a legacy, lie was also thankful that the President had his hands clear of Southern traitors. He paid a glowing tribute to the honesty and patriotism of Mr. Lincoln.” Hath Militia.—Elections for officers in three companies in Rath, were holden on Sat urday, thus completing tin* organization of the respective companies. The following were elected: Company A.—Zina II. Trufant, Captain; James L. Hunt, 1st Lieut; Hirain Robinson,2d* Lieut; Charles E. Sawyer, 3d Lieut; Jenks J. Mitchell, 4th Lieut. Company F.—Luther Small, Captain; Oli ver Webber, 1st Lieut; Win. Ford, 2nd Lieut; Lemuel Collins, 3d Lieut; A. K. P. Buker, 4th Lieut. Company G.—George M. Patten, Captain: O. B. Merrill, 1st Lieut; Timothy Crooker, 2d Lieut: John S. Elliot, 3d Lieut; Horace Liteh lield, 4th Lieut. Gen. Leslie Coombs, says that the ico men of the South, were the moving cause of the rebellion. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. ZTF~ More than fifty paget of communica tions were received for this paper, alter its columns were already" crowded. We will work them up as fast as possible. The town ot Fryeburg voted at a re cent meeting, to give $100 to each of her vol unteers for tlie new regiments, in addition to the State and national bounties. Eighteen volunteers, the full number required, offered themselves in one day. The City Council of Bath has voted $100 bounty to recruits for tlie new regiments, and $10 additional to those of her citizens who shall enlist to till up Companies A and D— llatli Co's—in tlie Maine 3d ltegt. 2IP* Nothing but tlie restricted limits of our columns prevent us from chronicling tlie patriotism of every town in the State. We are overwhelmed with the evidences of their zeal in tlie good cause. We hope our friends in giving particulars of war meetings and of town action, will lie as brief as possible, that we may be able to accommodate all. 2It was hardly according to Gunter for the Kennebec Journal to copy from a corres pondent of this paper, in w hose views the ed itors do not sympathize,and hold (hat upas the voice of the Press. Tlie dweling house and livery stable, belonging to Mrs. Quin, in St. Stephen, N. B., were destroyed by tire on Sunday the 13th inst. Loss $3,000, fully insured. A Regiment of Young Men.—It lias been suggested that a regiment of young men can be easily raised in this State, no member of which shall be over 35 years of age. The sug gestion is a good one. and we doubt not that the young men of Maine would fill up such a regime.nt at once. It would do no harm to try it at any rate. Ztf ' A new Post Office has been established at No. 11. Range 1, in this County, and Win. Read appointed Postmaster.—[Aroostook Times. tfp" Dr. Holmes, of the Scientific Survey, has found excellent marble in Aroostook. The city of Portland, pays over five hundred dollarsevery week, in aid of the fami lies of soldiers now in the service. Who says Portland is not doing her duty ? Gen. John A. Logan denies that he has made a speech or said anything to war rant the statement of the liloomington Panta •jraph that lie had changed his sentiments up on the question of emancipation. ’iT ' The present is the anniversary week at the Maine State Seminary at Lewiston. The exercises to-day are varied and interest ing. To-morrow will come off the exercises of the graduating class. Z The Lewiston Journal learns that a private letter received in Auburn, states that Quartermaster D. S. Stinson, of that town, of the 13th Me. regiment, died at New Orleans on the 9th inst of typhoid fever. Hon. Joseph Holt is said to express the most unqualified sympathy with the Presidents “Emancipation with Compensation” scheme. A Coward.—A man in Franklin, N. H., en listed a week or two ago. but on second thought did not want to go to war. and so went home | and chopped off one of Ids lingers with an '■ axe. He said he did it as he was driving a stake into the ground, but most of the people in Franklin do uot drive stakes with the sharp end of au axe. Hiram.—The town of Hriam has had a meeting and voted to pay an additional boun ty of one hundred dollars to each able-bodied volunteer. Everything looks encourageing in this part of the State. The quota of each town will very soon be tilled up. The tires of patriotism are burning brighter than ever, and the |>eople are thoroughly aroused to the great duties of the hour. *** £' We returned to our post of duty yes terday, at a late hour, to learn that victims had bled, and that more were promised to be offi-red upon the altar of sacrifice. Not having time to write a word ourself, and in view of approaching doom not feeling in the mood to do so, we simply copy from the Argus the arti cle entitled, “The Age of Blood.” It expresses our phelinks. Z&' Lt. Col. C. A. L. Sampson of Bath, of the Maine 3d regiment, has resigned, and re turned home. More Work.—Yesterday morning we an nounced that ten patriotic citizens had con tributed $100 each, to give to the first 100 men i recruited in Portland to fill up the old Maine regiments, $10 each, in addition to the national, state, and city bounties, and now we are au thorized to say that Hon. Charles Holden will I head a list of ten more to give $100 each, to be distributed to the second 100 raised for a [ similar purpose. Collector Jewett authorizes us to say that he will follow Mr. Holden with a like sum to promote the same object. A Disgrace.—An army letter writer says that not a mail boat or transport vessel leaves our wharves but takes away, upon every trip, from a dozen to fitly of the rank and file offi cers, and to such an extent has t his prevailed it is no exaggeration to say that seven out of every teu of the above rank of ollleers are absent from our army. Some of these perhaps a third, are really sick, but others get leave of absence by pretended sickness. Meeting in Winthrop.—A regular town meeting will be held in Winthrop, on Monday afternoon next, at 2 o’clock, to take into cou ... . Mtierauon me suoieei ui emisiinenta, ana tne Imuntie.i to Ik* offered by the town. General Howard and other dUtlnguixlied speakers will address the meeting. Two military companies, including 300 men, will lie in attendance. Fbom New Chileans.—Gen. Shepley.— It is thought that Gen. Shepley. Provisional Governor of Louisiana, will declare New Or leans the provisional Capital of the State.— The New York Tiroes correspondent says: ”1 should consider it a calamity if he |Shep ley] and Gen. Butler were just at this time si* pa rated, for in their united councils there is wisdom, and the difficulties ot governering this city and the State cun hardly be realized. 1 look upon the position of Military Governor of Louisiana as one of the most important in the gill of tin? President. 1 think if General Shepley can live to return to his native State of Maine, crowned with the high honor of re storing Louisiana to the Pnion, he will deserve well of the nation. That he appreciates the high responsibilities of his position, entirely comprehends the magnitude of the difficulties witli which In- is surrounded, and is determin ed to prove himself equal to the occasion, and worthy of the unlimited confidence of Mr. Lincoln, I have no doubt." The same correspondent indignantly rebukes the publication here, in the North, of the rebel falsehood, that Gen. llutler retains con trabands within his lines fur the purpose of delivering them, for a consideration, to their masters. The Maine 12th regiment did duty at a flag raising on the 4th, on the New Orleans Mint, and receives the following complimentary no tice: “1 might say much about tiie Maine regi giment. Certainly, so far as the personnel of the men is concerned, nothing coaid be liner. The majority are tall. I saw several soldiers in the ranks whose heads were even with the tops of their bayonets when they came to order arms. This regiment is justly proud of their Colonel, now Governor Shepley, and take to themselves some of the glory of their esteemed cammander." Review of the Market. BY M. X. RICH. For the week ending July 23d, 1802. Note.—We wish it to be understood that our quo tations represent prices of large lots from tirst hands, unless otherwise stated, and that in tilling small or ders, higher rates have to be charged. ASHES.—The demand is limited and prices un changed, at &u/6c for Pots, and 5jc for Pearls. APPLES.—Dried Apples are in a little better in quiry at 2«3c for Uncored, 5«0c for Cored, and6«7c for Sliced; the stock in market is ample for the sea son. Old Green Apples have about disappeared from our market, and the new crop have just commenced to arrive, but not in sufficient supply to establish any reliable prices; sales have been made at$4«5 50 p bbl. BEANS.—The receipts for the past two weeks have exceeded the demand, and prices have somewhat fall en off; buyers are not disposed to offer full quotations, which we continue as follows: Pea Beans S3a 3 25, Blue Polls 5*2 75*3 00, and Marrow #2 50 *# 2 75. BREAD.—There is a steady demand, with sales of Pilot at $4 75a,5, and Ship S3 75« 4 bbl. Crackers are selling at 6*3 25«.3 50 p bbl., and 35^40c p hun dred. BUTTER.—Supplies of New Country Butter con tinue to come forward in ample abundance to meet the demand, and prices rule steady at 14& 17c p lb. Store Butter is nearly out of market; remnants of stock are selling at li«rl5c p lb. CHEESE.— Our recent advanced quotations are well maintained, aud sales continue to be made at &«9]c New York and Vermont, and 8]<»9c for Now. Country Cheese comes in very slowly aud prices are nominal. COFFEE.—All descriptions are very firm at ad vonced prices, and have an upward tendency from our following quotations, for Java 27<j28c, and Kio and St. Domingo 21] «22}c p lb. There is no Mocha in this market, and quotations for that article are CREAM TARTAR.—Has advanced and dealers are firm at 36 £ 40c lb, the latter price being for strictly pure; sales confined to cash chiefly. CEMENT.— Continues in moderate demand at 81 2061 30 bbl., and prices tending upwards, in consequence of the high rates of freights. COAL.—Recent advances continue to be well sus tained without any prospect of lower prices during the present season. We notice by the Philadelphia Commercial List that it is estimated that the destruc tion by the great freshet will came a decrease in the shipments of 800,000 tons—which will cause the arti cle to rule high during the balance of the season. CORDAGE.—All kinds Manilla is now firm at ad vanced prices. We now quote Manilla Cordage 10} 611c, American 10] a 11c, and Russia Bo It rope 14-aj 141c lb. COOPERAGE.—City Shooks are very scarce and in good request. We have no change to notice in Country Cooperage. Seasoned Sawed Sugar 11 hd. Shooks are worth $1 0061 06. Riff do. 81 10a 1 20. We report sales of 6000 City Mol. Ilhd. Shooks at 2 12} 62 26. and 500 Rum Shooks at 84. and 1000 Cart Hhd. Sltooks at 93 25. Box Shooks remain quiet, and iti very moderate inquiry, at 45650c, and Head ings 21 «22c. DECK.—In consequence of the advance of cotton, the Portland Duck Co. have again made a decided advance on all grades of their Duck. Our quotations now are for No. 3. 58c; No. 10, 44c. Navy Superior No. 3, none; No. 10, none; and E. S. Teut 10 oz. none, and 12 oz. do. none Rateiis Duck 28c. DREGS.—The Market has been less excited the past week, and prices have ruled more steady. We notice an advance on Alcohol, and now quote 7o« 75c, and Catnphene 81 H6« 1 90. Borax is very firm, and prices tendiug to an advance. Camphor is firm at the advances noticed in our last review, trade mode rate. FREIT.—Green Fruit of all kinds is scarce in this market, a few new crop Green Apples have made their appearance in market, but not in sufficient sup ply to establish a price, we quote 84 4065 60 p bbl. There are no Oranges in market. Lemons are selling at 86 p box. r iou.—more i* a gooa aemanu ror ury f i*n, and price* rule Hrm. the transaction* *ince our last em brace sale* 800 qtls. Large and Small Cod at 92 75«g 3 75 p qtl. There is quite a demand for Southern ports as two vessels now on the berth for New Or leans, are takiug large quantities Cod and 3fackerel. Pollock are scarce, and in good demand. Smoked Herring have somewhat advanced. Our quotation* for 3fackerel are for old, except Xo. 3, which quota tionis for new, now beginning to arrive. FLOCK.—Has again advanced and dealera on Monday and Tuesday were holding all grade's 10a20c higher. The advance in other market*, and the firm ness indicated by the foreign news, have imparted a confident tone to this market and there i* less desire to sell on the part of holder*. The lower grades flour are very scarce, and in brisk demand at our ad vanced quotation*. There is very little Canada Flour now rn the market. GRAIN.—Corn is more firm at advanced price*.— We now quote 3iixed 64 q 65c. There are some sales made at 62q>V3c for some not strictly prime, flats in moderate demand at 50q53c p bush. Portland Shorts are quiet at 916 p ton, and Fine Feed 918. Canada Shorts are worth 917o 19. and Fine Feed 822«24.— We notice some advance in Barley since our last. GUNPOWDER.—We quote Dupont’s and Orient al Co’s Rifle and Sporting at 95 50 a 7 25, and Blast ing 4 ldo 4 38. II AY.—There continues to be a steady, fair demand for shipping at 912etl4 00 p ton for Screwed, and 918 a 15 for Loose. HIDES.—We continue to quote Slaughter 6«*6c, and Green Salted 91 15al 25. Calf-skins are mode rately active at 9o 10c, and Green Sheep Pelts at 75 ra 90c. lit IPS.—The prices for Hop* are nominal. We quote growth of 1861 at 916a 17. We notice some advance in other markets. IRON.—All grades have advanced as will be ob served in referring to our quotations, and price* are still tending upward*. Dealer* are anticipating light importations in consequence of the high rate of ex change. LEAD.—Pig and Sheet Lead is firm at 97 75 «8 for l*ig, and 9«9 25 for Sheet and l*ipo. LU3IBER.—We quote Shipping Lumber IVom the yard at 912ql4, and Xo. 1 Pine. 836 p M, Xo. 2 834, and No. 8 824. Spruce is worth from 910'qtt; Hem lock 9*« 10. Clapboards, Heart Extra are selling at 830 « 32; Clear do $2»V«28; Xo. 1, 912ul4; ‘Sap, i Clear 823«25: Spruce Extra arc worth 812»15. and Xo. 191rt<* 11. Shingles, Extra Pine are quoted at 82 fiO«3 75, and Clear Pine 92 75«3. Lath*. Pine are selling at 91 37" 1 62. and Spruce at 91 15a 1 20. Canada Pine from the cars is selling at 91 25«1 37, and Spruce do, 91 15ttl 25. aud Eastern Pine from vessels 91 00 «1 10, and Spruce 80c. Ilackmetack T!ml>er we quote at 98« 10 p tou. Ship knees, 4 to 12 Inches, 15a00 p inch. Box Shooks 45 to 50c. LIME.—There is a steady active demand for new Rockluml Lime at 65u70c p cask. LEATHER.—Xearly all descriptions have adratic and Heavy do. 224 "24: Slaughter 25«1te; and American Calfskins 63« 75c; Slaughter Wax lather we now quote 16" 17c. There is a good demand, with increasing activity. LAUD.— The market is firm. atR|«8}cin bbls., and 8] a 9c in kegs, with a steady, moderate demand. MOLASSES.—The demand is limited, and transac tions have been very light since our last. Importers remain firm, at 27c for Sweet Clayed, and 25c for Tart, anti 28n30c for Muscovado. The receipts since our last hare been 474 hhds., 21 trcs. ami 12 bbls. METALS.—All kinds of metals are firm and tend ing to higher prices, as importations are restricted in consequence of high rates of exchange. There is no change in the price of Tins, and we continue to quote Char. I C $9 75?# 10; I X $11 50*12; Coke $7 75" 8, aud prices buoyant. NAILS.—'We continue to quote $3 37 4 " 3 50 f* cask ; our inside quotations favoring large purchasers. NAVAL STORES.—We notice a further advance on Turpentine, and now quote that article at $1 90" 2 00 p gall. Trices for Tar, Pitch and Rosin are nominal, as there is but little if any of them* articles for sale except Tar put up in small kegs, varying from 3"5 gals., w hich sella at about 45c p gal. Oakum is firm at recent advanced quotations. OILS.— I.iuseed Oil has advanced; dealers are now asking 92 a 94c, and 97ij»99c for Boiled. The advance on Crude Oil has had the effect to put up prices for W hale Refined, which we now quote at 6*«64c.— There was a sale during the week of 100 bbls. Coil Oil for Western markets at $18. The Kerosene Oil Co. continue to sell small lots at 30" 33c, and are an ticipating an advance on the first of the coming month. ONIONS.—old Country Onions are now entirely out of market. There are a tew Bermudas which are selling at 3j«4e p lb. PRODUCE.—Potatoes are more active at advauced prices. We now quote $1 37] " 1 02 p bbl. Eggs are less active. We quote 11" 12c p doz. We continue to quote Chickens 12a 15c, Turkeys 12« 17c, and Gem 9a 12c. Veal is selling by the carcass from the wag ons at 4lc. from store at 5"6c. Spring Lamb at tVg9c. Fresh Beef by the quarter is worth 6"7Jc. PROVISIONS.—Pork is dull and rather Inactive at the following quotations: Ex. Clear Pork 91660ial6. Clear $14 50al5. Mess #12*18. Prime $11 "11 50 City packed Clear is held at $15 50«16; Ex. Clear $15 50«16; and No. 2 Clear $14" 15 50; Mess $13<£ 13 50; aud Extra .Mess $14" 14 50. Beef continues scarce, and prices tending upwards. We now quote Chicago Mesa *14 •• 14 75. Hatns, we now quote City Smoked 7'2l7|. There is an ample supply of Western in market, selling at 6]<<7c. PLASTER.—Soft continues selling at £160ral65 ton, and Hard SI 50, w ith a fair demand for ship ping. We continue to quote Ground 95^5 60. RUM.—Portland distilled has recently advanced 64* 8c, in anticipation* of the operation of the new rev enue bill. We now quote 40&4flfc Jp gal. SUGAR.—The excited state of the market has somew hat subsided since our last review. Refined Sugars have further advanced and we now quote Crushed, Granulated and Powdered 12] a 12)c, and firm. Portland Sugars are firm at our recent ad vanced quotations, viz: A 7Jc, and A A 8)c. Musco vado Sugar is selling at 8a8ic; and Havana Brow n 8] I 10ic. SALT.—The stock is light and prices are more firm. We notice the purchase of 2000 sacks at an outport, for this market at prices not transpired. We contin ue the following quotations: Turks' Island $2 50a 2 75: Liverpool and Cadiz 92 12] «2 37). SEEDS.—Grass Seeds are in less demand as the sea son advance’s. We quote Herds Gram) *2a2 12), and Western Clover 7?o8, and Red Top 93<t3 25. SPICES.—The Spice market continues excited, and prices for nearly all kinds have recent ; ly advanced, and are tending upwards. We now quote Ginger 2#a25c; Mace 65" 70; and Pepper 18"20; Nutmegs are very firm at 75«80c |> lb. TEAS.—The demand continues active, and the market increasingly firm, at our following quotations: for choice grades Oolong 70«75c. Ankoi and lower } grades45<i55; Souchong 45a50; and Hyson, of which j there is very little if any now in market, we quote 86c <i*l 00 l» lb. TOBACCO.— The market continues to be very much unsettled, and prices are daiiy fluctuating. All brands have advanced from 3«5c since our last. We now quote 5s and 10s. best brands, 45" 50c. do. Me , dium 40a 43c, do. Common 36a88c. Half lbs, best brand*. 60ao6c, do. Medium to Good, 45u48c, and Common 4d«43c; Natural Leaf lb* 60 « 75c. Then* is very little, if any, Fancy in Foil, iu this market. FREIGHTS.—The demand for tonnage has .some what snbsided, and transactions have been quiet.— Then* are several freights for Cuba offering at mode rate rates, but masters are reluctant to take up. The sch’r General Knox has been taken up for Matanzas at S3 12} for molasses Euro|K*an and other foreign freights are without any change or transactions to notice. Several freights of Hay are still offering for Ship Island and other .Southern ports occupied by Union troops. BROKERS* BOARD BOSTON. Jaly 22. 98600 United States Coupon Sixes (1881). 98 I 94.500 .do. 971 937.500....do. 971 8150 United States 7 3-10 Treasury Notes. 102 91.600.do.1011 98,900.do.1011 91.000 .do.1011 922,000 ..do.101} 92.000 U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness,. 97) 82.000 United States Deniaud Notes.lug} 91.185.do.108 | 93.000.do.107} 8225 U. S. Coupons, August 19,. .117 8150.do.117} I 96,822 American Gold.120 i 82,000.do.120} HARRIED. i In Brunswick 20th inst. Mr Wm K Neal. Assistant Fav master U S Army, of Portland, to Miss Kmeline Mitchell, of B DIED. In this city 17th inst, Mr Reuben Knight, aged 68 years and 5 mo*. In Bangor 21*t Inst. Henry .1, eldest son of James Dunning, Esq, aged 17 years 9 mos. At Ship Island, Mis*, in the Uulted States Hospital, 17th ult. James W L Ring, son of Jereiniali L and Jane King, of Lubee, aired 19 years. Deceased was a member of Co K. 15th Me Regiment. SAILING OF OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. Mail* are forwarded by every steamer in the regu lar line* The steamers for or‘from Liverpool call at Queenstow n, except the Canadian line, which call at Londonderry. TO ARRIVE. Rorussia.Southampton. New York . July 2 City of New York . Liverpool.New York Jnly 2 Norwegian.Liverjiool.Quebec July 3 Persia.Liverpool.New York. July 5 llansa.Southampton.New York Jnly 9 City of Washing'll.Liverpool.New York. July 9 North American. Liverpool .Quebec. ...July 10 Asia .I.i\cr|>ool.Now York. July 12 Saxonia..Southampton.New York. July 16 Etna.Liverpool. New York Julv 16 Australasian.Liverpool.New York July 19 TO DEPART. Europa .Boston.Liverpool.Julv 23 Great Eastern.New York. Liverpool. Julv 26 Norwegian.Quebec. Liverpool.Julv '>* New York.New York Itrvtneii Aug 2 # FOREIGN IMPORTS. PICTOl*. Sell I.anrcl—135 tons coal J L Farmer. WALTON NS. Sch Winaor—160 tons plaster or der. WINDSOR NS. Sch Noel—100 tons plaster order. FRKDKRlCKTi»N NB. Sch Edinburg—60 31 feet lumber 6 31 laths N J Miller. MINIATURE ALMANAC—Wedneadny, July 23 Suu rises, mom. 4 89 1 Length of day*.14 54 Sun sets, eve .7 33 | 31*«on rises. . . 1 32 High Water, mom. . ... 8 12 MAKIXM X1AVS. PORT OF PORTLAND. Turadny, July 22* ARRIVED. Sch Laurel. Parker, Pictou NS. Sch Windsor, (Br) Hiltz, Walton NS. Sch Noel, (Br» Master*. Windsor NS. Sch Orosco, Smith, St George Nit. Sch Edhibnrg, (Br) Sprague, Frederickton NB. Sch Francis. Nickerson, Bangor. Sch Webhanuet, Fowler, Bangor for Gloucester. Steamer I a* wist on. Knight, Boston. CLEARED. Seh Mary Jane. (Br) 3Ie« umber. Halifax, master. Sch Nimrod. Dorr. Georgetown IH-. J R Knight. Sch Rosa. Sawyer, Boston, J B Brown k Sons. TW*Brig Itasca, G etc hell, at Bangor 19th inst.from New hern NC. was raptured by the rebels in August last, and takeu into Newl»eru.where she was stripped of all running rigging, sails, Ac. and has remained there ever since, until the taking of that port by the Burnside expedition. DISASTERS. Sch Adelaide, of Fortlaud. with a cargo of shingle*, while coming through Hell Gate Saturday evening, was run into by steamer Citv of New York, and cut down to the water’s edge. The Adelaide was towed to Williamsburg, where she remains full of water. The City of New York proceeded, having received hut slight damage. FOREIGN PORTS. Ar at Honolulu May 7. brig 3Iary Open, Savory, San Francisco for Shanghai*. Icakv. Ar at St Thomas 7th iust, brig Xantaskct, Sawvcr, Boston. At do 7tn inat. brig Hancock, (•ibba.fni Barbados*, ar 5th, for Trinidad, ready. At ( uracoa 5th inat, ach A F Linnell, Slow, for New York 6th. At Mavaguez 7th iust, bark Mayflower, Duutze. for New Haven. Idg. Sailed from Matan/aa 9th inst, brigs Chimborazo. Small. Boston; Loch Lomond. Black. Portland. At t ardenaa 9th inat, bark Aberdeen, Cochran, for Cork next day. Ar at Halifax 16th inst, brig A Parker. Lewi*. Bos ton \ ia Shelburne. Cld at St Johu NB 17th inst, brig (dive. Maustlcld. Philadelphia. SPOKEN. July 3. lat 42 64. Ion 46 26. brig Kochambeau.Snow, from Portland for Liverpool. JuK 19. no lar, &c. bark Moonbeam, from Bostou for Philadelphia. DOMESTIC PORTS. NEW ORLEANS. Ar 4tli a 5th. acha Ellen Town ! aeud. Townsend, and Eliza. English. Philadelphia: 7th, aliin J P Whitney, Avery. St Thomas: bark ( Young America. Collin*. New York ; brig .I Hewitt. Mount, do; 8ih, bark Oauiauli, Dcahon, Boston: acha . Forest King. Briggs, Philadelphia; William Hunter, Baker. New York; 9th. brig Darien. Henry, Boston; j Utb. ship Merchant. Sprague, do; bark (■ W Hall. 1 Hawkins. New York via Pensacola; sch Shark. Beas t..n, Rm ^ «>rk Cld 3d. barks T W House, Lane, Boston; 5th, ( has , Keen, Swan. Now York; sells Sea Hanger, Amoy,do; ST Baker. Price. Baltimore; 7th. brig Ellen P Stew art. Cain. Philadelphia; 11th, ship Metropolis, (’ole. New 1 ork : brig Kerens, Bennett. Boston. NORFOLK. Ar 10th, sell Mayflower, Henderson, Camden (and cld 14th for Baltimore). BALTIMORE. Ar 18th, brig Edwin. Webber, i Boston: sch Algoma. llavs, Fortress Monroe. Also ar 2i'tb. sell Frederick Howell. Norris.St Johns ('id ISth. brig EMza M Strong. Strong, Damaris cotta; sch Ida F Wheeler, liver. Boston. Also eld 39th, ship Washington Booth, Pesctul. W Coast South Atneriea; sehs Life Boat. Sealcy, Harbor (.race NK; Snow Squall, Shepherd, Bath. Saihnl 39th. ship Annopolis. Kiekett, Liverpool. PHILADELPHIA Ar 19th. ship Zered, Mellon ! able. Londonderry. Also ar 19th. brigs (Vila M Carver. Pendleton. Car ; denas; Mary C Mariner, Mariner.Havana; Catharine j Nickels. Hatch. Boston. Also nr 20th, ship'Argo. Ballard. Liverpool; Tus j carora. Dunlevy.do; Westmoreland. Iieeau.do: brigs Isadora, Head. Port Spain; < aMnuek, Johnson,(ieu fuegos; sch Groi'nlanu, Heather, Pernambuco. ( Id 19th, ship Frank Boult. Morse, Liverpool. At Lewes, Del, 19th, baik American Tuion, from Matan/a*. NEW YORK. Arl9th, bark Flying Eagle. Tre worgv. Mat a u/as 7th inst; sells Beni Willis. Low. Cuba; C Wilcox, MeFaddeu, BiuehUl; Empire State, j Are?, Bangor. Also ar 99th. ship Southampton, Austin. Liverpool 46; bark William II Wall, Castner. Key West: sclis Nancy R llea.'au. Coombs, Reraedios 15; Hartford. Doane, Elizabetbport for Boston; Wave. Merritt* Addison; Peru. Thorndike. Ib»cklaiid. Also ar 31st, ships Montebello, Henderson, Liver pool 12th ult: Aiuvrican Congress, Woodward, Lou don 14th ult; Berlin, Jackson, Plymouth E, 34 days, in ballast: bark Venus, Atkinson. Curacoa; brig Fannie. Lorcnteon, Cardenas;schs < amilla. Appleby. Eaatport; Linden. Lovell, Calais; II I) (.rindie, Wel lington. Bangor; Flying Cloud. Hill, do; t D, Blais dell, Kockport; Mary I*angdon, Rook land. Cld 21st. ships New Hampshire. Lord, Genoa; Ex change, Chaney, and Manhattan. Dixon. Liverpool; Conqueror, BouteMe. do; Southern Chief, Higgins London; brim Gen Bailey, Noves. BordeauxfSea Lion, Jarvis, Cadiz; Nahant, Str'out, Eiiiabetbport: schs Emeline, Dennison, and J W Congdon, Williams, New Orleans; Maracaibo, Ilenlev, Portland. IIAUTFoRD. Ar 19th, sch Ui-lia Brooks, Snow, New Bedford. NEW HAVEN. A r 19th, sch HD Grin die, Bil linghain, Bangor. Also ar 20th. schs Miranda, Ward, Mayagncz 13; Kate Weston, Miller, Ponce PR 13. NEW LONDON Sailed 19th, brig Helen Mar, Card, Windsor. PROVIDENCE. Sailed 21st, sch Forester,Jordan, Ellsworth. NEWPt iRT. Ar 21at, sch J P Bent, Millbridge for Providence. NEW BEDFORD. Ar 21st, sch Hannah Matilda, Bangor. Sailed 21st, bark Abraham Barker, Schnrffhorth, New York. BOSTON. Ar 21st, schs John Stroup, Lake, and Isabel Alberto, Tooker, Philadelphia: N Harvey, Tracev, Sullivan; Pioneer, Haskell, Millbridge; Lu ella, Winchenbach, Waldoboro; Day Spring, Cous ina; James Henry, Collier, and Elizabeth, Farr, Ban gor. Also ar 22d, bark Olive Jane, Kalloch, Cutler; schs R R Waring, Jordan, Ellsworth; Despatch, Stevens, Bangor. C)d 21st, brigs Waverley. Small, A-pin wall; KHz a Ann, Herrick, Philadelphia; sch Niger, Harding. New York. Sailed 22d, ship Peruvian; bark John Aviles. SALEM Ar 19th. schs Fairileld. Verrill, Mill bridge for New York; Cherry, Booker, Bangor for ( aindrn; Jane Woodbury. Coomba, and Tahmiroo, Johnson, Bangor; Elisa Otis, Ryder, Belfast; Nepou set, Ingraham, Rockland; 20th, Gen Kleber, Grant, Bangor. DANVERS. Ar 19th, sch Mary Ann, Winchen bach, Waldoboro. BANGOR. Ar 20th, schs Hero, Carter, Boeton: Hvlas. Hastings, Salem. Cld 2Ut, icb J U Collyer, Wilcox. Hartford. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The Last Chance -TO PUKCRASB- * HARDWARE AT COST ! -Iff AT— 109 MIDDLE STREET, Where, tor thirty day*, may be found an assort ment of Hardware, Cutlery, Glass, Ac., All of which must be sold, to close up the business, before Sept. 1. J. IV. BICKVAM, Ag'L ju!23—lm Removal. CD. BROWN has removed to New Store, Ns* • _ 3 I'sioa Wharf* where he will continue the Flour, Produce and Provision business, as here tofore. Portland, July 22. 1862. 3m Notice of Foreclosure. VTOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber, John IN E. Donnell, of Portland, in the County of (umber land and State of Maine, claim* by mortgage, a certain lot of laud, with the buildings thereon, situated hi said Portland, bounded western by Chandler's Court, so called. northerly by land of tNilliam J. Smith, east erly by laud now or formerly of Mrs. Fernald, and southerly by land of C Thomas. Said real estate having been on the tenth day of July, in the vear of our Lord eighteen hundred and sixty, conveyed in fee and in mortgage to the subscriber, by Samuel Swett. of said Portland, bv hi* deed of that'date, re corded in the Registry of Deeds for Cumberland County, in book 299. page 638. The condition of said mortgage is broken, and the subscriber, bv reason thereof claims a foreclosure of the same, and hereby notifies all parties interested, of hb claim to foreclose said mortgage on account of the breach of the condi tion thereof. Ihited at Portland this twenty-second day of July, A. D. 1862. 7 w3w6 JOHN E DONNELL. UNION FOREVER! RALLY TO THE FLAO! NEW RECRUITS WANTED! Latest flrom Headquarters ! GREAT EXCITEMENT AT BlftLElGH S, 163 [Middle Street. XILITARY GOODS, Of every description, EOR SALE AT BURLEIGH'S. Summer Clothing I* selling, regardless of Coat, AT BURLEIGH'S. MILITARY UNIFORMS, For officer*, made to order, from the beat material, with diapatcb, and at low price*. CUSTOM WORK, Of every description, made to order and warranted to fit. The largest and best selected stock of READT-MADE CLOTHING, -asd Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, -Ever offered in Maine, can be obtained at BURLEIGH’S, All of which will lie sold so as to xfarraut entire sat isfaction to the purchaser. OCR STOCK OF CLOTHS AMD TRIXMIMC WOODS Are unlimited in quantity, qnality or price, and will be sold very low, at wholesale or retail, for cash. Buyers will do well to look at our stock before par chasing elsewhere, as it was bought before the great rise on goods. 1(>;3 Middle Street, JOSIAH BURLEIGH. Portland, July 22. 13ti3. <I6iii To Lot. A BRICK HOUSE oa Garden at, eleven rooni* ai|d all other conveniences, all in ISSSSIL repair. ■ ItlHl Also HOUSE No. 11 Brackett Street. LLUiJnn containing seven or eight rooms all in repair. Inquire at *J1 Exchange St., or 81 Winter St., Portland. July 19,18(9. dtf J. F. DAT. Wanted. \r.UtTNKR. with u capital of about *2000. iu a very lucrative business. Address •partner,” Box No. 428, Portland P. O. jy15 dtf