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VOLUME IV. PORTLAND, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1864. WHOLE NO PORTLAND DAILY PRESS, JOHN T.OIIiMAN, Editor I ublieled at No. 62} EXCHANGE 8TBEET,b> If• A. FOSTER A CO. The Portland Daily Pee##!* published at 9#.0t ! per year; if paid Btnolly in advance, a discount o 1 •1.00 will be made. Hiugle oopios three cents. r>ix M aiek State Puk.-h i« published every Thurs day morning,at $2.A per annum, in advance; 92.26 If paid within six months; and •?.&<*, if payment be delayed beyond the year. Huteaof Advertisting: One Inch of space in length of column, constitutor a “aqVAne.” •1.60 nor square dally first week ; 76 oents per week after; tnroi iii»ertiou* or loss, #1.00; continuing eve ry other-day afer first week, 6*) cents. Half square, taroe insertions or Ice* 75 cents; one week, f 1.00; 60 cents per week after. Under head of \yupbmkxta, *2 no per square per week ; three, insertions or less, f l,6o. Special Notices, #1.76 per square first week, ( •1.00 per square after; three insertion- ^r less, f 1.26; ha'f a square, three insertions, #1.00; one week, •1.26 Advertisement* inserted in the Maine State Papa* (which ha« a large circulation in every part of the State) fbr 60 cents per square in addition to the above rates, for each insertion. 1m* ax. 21 otto•* at uscnl rates. Transient advertisement* must be paid for In ad re non BupiNipa Notice#, in reading columns, 12 cents per line for one iu-^rtion. No charge lees than fifly esnts for each Insertion. Ail communication■< intended for the paper sh' old be directed to the “Ifdtfor of the Press,'and those of a business character to the Fubli*hert. FSTMob Pxintinq of every description oxeouted with dispat ah. F. Tracv, Traveling Agent. Friday morning, duly 1, ibt>4. Letter from the Federal Capital. Washington, June 28, 1864. To the Rlitor of the Press: The great work of our national purification and regeneration goes on prosperously. Our body politic, once so infected throughout with the virus of slave holding ideas aud institutions, is purging itself of it, aud rising into new life and strength. One of the many indications that this is so, that its nerves are already brac ed with a new vigor and its vital currents are coursing with a more healthy flow, may be found in the equability with which it now bears what, in the days of its morbid irritabil ity, would have thrown it into paroxisms. What a tremendous furore would bave been raised a little while ago by such an amend ment as was tacked oddly, to be sure, upon the civil appropriation bill Saturday afternoon, forbidding, and lorever prohibiting the coast wise slave trade! Now, however, it excites an interest even in the legislative chamber that can hardly be termed excitement. In the country at large it will produce hardly a rip ple upon the surface of the public mi:-.d. Take again for instance, the “act to repeal the fugi tive slave act of 1850 and all acts and parts of acts for the rendition of fugitive slaves,’’ which passed the House of Representatives, June 13, aud tbc Senate on Thursday the 23d, and which now only lacks the'signaturc of the President to become a law. How beyond mete or bound would have been tlie excitement into which such a measure would have thrown the coun try, even the loyal part of it, a few years ago, need not be hinted. After what retchings aud Inward convulsions onr political system accept ed the shame and crime of ’50, which it has just now so quietly expelled so far as it cau do to through the legislative function, mauv of us well remember. The professional pesudo Union-saver whose trick, trade and craft it * use ! to be to bring deli verauce to the land on every semi occasion, inventor aud vender of political quackeries, bold in wrong and coward ly, if ever be found himself inadvertantly In • the right, arrogant and insolent beyond meas ure, servile beyond possibility if farther abase ment prince of demagogues, what a chance would this once bave been for him. We may thank heaven however, that his occupation is now gone, and we are permitted to hope his race will soon be extinct. The real Uuion sa ver has the base of his operations to-day oil the James River, aud instead of launching anath emas and maledictions at those who may be so fanatical as to believe in human freedom, he is delivering pieces of his mind In forms weighty aud forcible against those who have dared to plot the destruction of our country, and to trample upon her flag. The Congressional mill now grinds out en actments with marvelous rapidity. The In ternal Revenue bill will doubtless have receiv. ed the President’s signature and become a law before this reaches you. The Tarit! bill will ■speedily be arranged in its details by a Com mittee of Conference. Tbc Loan bill which Caine from the House on the 23J, was this morning reported to the Senate by the Finance Committee and passed in half an hour. The Appropriation bills are all through except the Civil which will speedily follow the rest Ail this looks as if the session wonlii close sooner than the week. The hot weather is upon ns aud finds the city poorly enough prepared to receive its visitation. Cleanliness is not a Washington virtue, either public or private. The few pav ed streets undergo what is called a cleaning once iu a great while, and 1 he many uupaved ones—never. The Canal into which is drain ed all the tilth of the city that is drained any where, and in which there is not current enough to carry of the abominable sediment —a cess pool as wide as Middle street iu your own city and twice as long, regales us night and day with its ambrosial odors. A cordon of hospitals extending quite around the city inside the cordon of forts, aud several large ones in the heart of the towu, make an untainted breath hard to get. Cholera was reported last week at Alexan • dria. It was probably a false alarm, but there is mateiiai enough to set up in business any pestilence ever born or bred of mau's un cleanliness. It is a hopeful sign that the mil itary authorities have at last taken the thing in baud and ordered a geueral purification.— We hope it will be perlormed in uo figurative or metaphorical sense. Our State lias sustained a loss iu the death of Samuel W. Tenney, who died last week alter a sickness of ouly three days, at Camp Stoneinan, where he has lor nearly a year past managed with much faithfulness and ability the atfairs of the Christian Commission, lie was the son of Uou. John S. Tenney, gradu ated at Bowdoiu College in 1 Sod with honor, aud afterward at the Bangor Theological Seminary. Though he was not a soldier, yet dying as he did iu the holy work of minister ing to our brave defenders, his lile is to be reckoned among the thousands sacrificed in our couutry’a cause. It has been a loug time since the rebel mis siles have stricken down an abler olllfer, or a nobler man than Col. J, L. Chamberlain of the Maine 20th, who, most of the time for a year past has commanded the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, Olh Army Corps, and who fell, very severely wounded, in the thickest of the fight of Sat the 18th’ before Petersburg. Of liis condition since he arrived at Annapolis, I have not been able to learu definitely. 1 aia suYe all will earnestly joiu iu the wish that he may be spared to tbe Country he has fallen in defending, to the Slate be has honored by his bravery, to the College that is still proud to retain his name among its professors, and to tbe numerous friends to whom he is dear. . . „Ue is a brave, good man, who need not fear to die, but who may well wish to live, and whose Ufa is worth too much to others, to be lost to them without profound regret. A fragment ot the glorious 6th Maine pass ed, marching to the tap of the drum, along Pennsylvania Avenue on Sunday morning last. They were homeward bound, and have doubtless readied their native State. I re member to have heard the temark, when the regiment was raising, that the glory of those who entered it would be cheaply acquired, as it would probably never be called into ser vice. TUe prognostication was as correc t a* a great rainy others made about that ti me. TUe regiment came to the war 104J stroug, and has received at dilferent times, 600 re cruits. This little band uumbered 135. Twice at Bull ltun, West Point .Gaines’ Mills, Charles City, Cross Hoads, Crampton Gap, Autietam, in the two battles 01 Fredericks burg, Rappahannock Station, the Wilderness, Spottsylvania Court House and Coal Harbor, they have won glory—not of the cheapest sort, certainly. They bore home five battle flags captured by them from the enemy, of whom they have taken more prisoners than the original number of the regimsut together with the 500 recruits who afterwards joined them. T. S. P. Copy of a Rebel Letter .FVum cn intelli'jent mother <n Richmond to lur ion in the.Aany. Richmond, April 13,1804. Dear Jamie:—I have just received your letter and hasten to tell you we are all in a starving condition here, as to eggs, cake, Ac., it is out of the question to talk about them, our sugar is out and your Pa says he is not able to buy aoy more, indeed, I dont know what is to become of us, It Is more than likely we will break up house-keeking and go away from Richmond. Jamie you dout seem to think how hard it is for your Pa to get money, for you not only ask for a boa, but for money to pay your mess bill, now how is that? if you have your meat and meal, and they belong to a mess, you are doing better than we are—and how do hundreds of others get on who have no parents near them, think of the money you hare spent since you have been in the army and tell me of another young man who has had as much. Oh! bow glad I would '.be to see you independent. I am always willing to do what I can for you but then I know we are all coming to Poverty. 1 am obliged to stop—Now I will tell you about the girls. This morning Susy Keen was here and talked lots about you. She said Miss Meenls wrote her word she had heard from you, aud you were in Staunton. She is going to stay with Miss Mecnis and very much, last week wc had a surprise party, but oary a inoutbln! to eat or drink. Klleu Marshall was here A: all your pets, but they did not stay as long as usual. Speirs George was here. Jamie he is not your friend, many things go to prove that to me A 1 believe most sincerely that he reported you to Garnett and asked him if be did uot. he said no! nut his manucr said yes. (1 no likes bpeirs he is a bad boy. the little Girl is well A: is as great a belle as usual, she says she laid ail her money out in a vail to keep the young men trout tailing m love with her, as she does uot want to cut out all the girts. Lieut. Hulling A C'apt. Hraxtun were here to see her ou Sunday. Willie is sick and looks badly, your pa is not well aud i am too lowspirited to talk about. 1 must stop as 1 aui sure y ou are tired of reading my letter, let us hear from y ou sooa. All join in love, your pa sends you $20,00. Your Aflectionate Mother. 1’. S. I have coacluded^pot to send yon the money until X hear further news from you. The above may be relied on as correct, as the soldier who sent it bears a character for honesty and integrity above reproach. Win field Scoltt Robinson who obtained the above letter, is one of the gallant few remaiug iu the 5th Maiue, Co. K, aud in connection with the above, writes that he was with the soldier al luded to above, when he died, and when the letter was found upon his person. It tecuis he was a prisoner in our bauds. The letter was written upon a-half sheet of inferior greasy paper, and euclosed iu au en velope of coarse brown paper. I have copied it, verbatim et literatim. liespectfully Yours, Shakos Kobinson, Jit. THE GOVERNMENT LOAN •—OF— $200,000,000. TLU Loau is authorized by Act oi Congress ot March 4tb, 18C4, which provides for its Rkdkmption if Coin, at any period not less than ten nor more than forty years from its date, at the pleasure of the Covers f>ont. L'nt 1 its Redemption, five per cent, interest is to he ]>aid semi-annually in coin. Its Exemption from State and Local Taxation adds from one to three per cent, per Annum to its value. The Rate of Interest on th s loan, although but five per cent, in coiu is as much greater in currency as the ditierence between the market"*’alue of cui rency and gold. Ah a Rule, the five percent, specie securities of all solvent governments are always par or above, and currency now funded in the National Loan, will be worth its face in gold, besides pa> iug a regular and liberal percentage to the holder. A’o Securities offer $o yreat induce incuts, it id be lieved, as the various descriptions of U. 8. Honda. In all other form* of indebtedue**,the faith or al ii ity of private parties or ttock companies or separate communities only is pledged for payment, while for the debts of the United States the w’hole property o! the country is holden to secure the payineut of both priuclfal aud interest in coin. The Funded I>ebt of the United States on which interest !<• pa> able in gold, on the 3d day of March, 1864, was $768,965,000. The interest on this debt for the coming fiscal year will be 845,937,ltd, while the customs revenue in gold for the current fiscal year, cnaing June 30th 1S04, has be?n so far at the rate of over $100,0^0,000 per annum, au amount largely in excess of the wauts of the Treasury for the paymei.t of gold interest. These bonds may be subscribed for in turns from 860 up to any magnitude, on the same terms, and are thus made equally available to the smallest lend er and the largest capitalist. They can be convert ed into money at any moment, and the holder will have the benefit of thointerest. The authorized Amount of tliis loau is Two Hun dred Million Dollars. 1 he amuuut of subscription* reported to the Treasury at Washington, is over *70,000,000. Subscriptions will be received in currency by the Firat National Hank. Portland, Maims AND nY ALL NATIONAL HANKS which are depositaries of 1’ublic money, and all Renpec'able Ranks and Bankers throughout the country, (acting as agents of the Na tional Depositary Hanks,) will furnish further infor mation on applicatiiu and Afford Every Facility to Subsoribers. June27dAwlw E. K. LEM0NT, € arriage Manufacturer, Preble Stie.t, - - Portland, Me. Cy^Carriages and Sleight on hand and made U » order. Juuel6itf MISCELLANEOUS. UNION Mutual Life Insurance Co. INCORPORATED by the STATE OF MAINE Charter Perpetual. Organized, 1S49. DIRECTOR’S OFFICE, G8 State Street, - - • . Iloatou, Mass. rresident-HBSR Y CROCKER Vice- President—HA AI EL S HARP. Secretary— W. //. HOLLISTER. II. G. WILSON, Central Manager of Agencies in the Sew England elates. Assets, 3\it December, 18J3, $SSS.OHS.4/ Losses Paid to date, $750,030.00 Hiddend Paid in Cash to date, $340,030.00 fllHIS Company offers peculiar advantage* toper* X son* intending to insure toeir live*, in it* aaieiy and stability, a.quirtd in it* touitien year*’ experi ence; in i's ass*- s, vUit). t without its capital ot $10 ,000,) amounts to over three-quart*rsol a million ot dollar*, being more than two hundred thousand dollar* in exces* of it* liabilities for the reinsurance of all out-standing risk*; iu the facilities presented iu it* accommodating aval ;m of paymun!* of premi utm; in the large number, divt-rsiii-d conditions and occupations. vari<-u* ages and localities of lives In jured, gtviug the largest requisite scope for the ope ration of the law* of average mortality, and the am plest guaranty to the insured for the benefit* there of; iu ihe division of profit-, the annual apportion ment of which having tor the past fourteen year* averaged Forty per <>wf.ofthe premiums paid. Policie* are issued upon all tin- pla< s ucual with Lite lusuranc • fompniiea, and at as low rates a* is cousistcut with a view to equity and solvency. Parties desiring Agencies in .own* where the com pany have none, and lhojc w ishing Traveling Agen cies within IIih -ew England Ma<es, will apply to h. H- WILSON, »5t State Street, Boston, giving f«cii re*erenew, or in format) >n as to ag •, present and pjwt business,a* wi 1 enable him to form judg ment in regard thereto. junol4d3in V. S. 10-40 LOAN ! FIRST NATIONAL BANK -or PORTLAND, DESIGNATED REPOSITORY —or tui UNITED STATES. This Bank is prepared to receive} subscription* for the new “TEA FORTY I.OAA,” which is dated March 1,1 -04, bearing interest at live per cent, a year, PAYABLE IN COIN, redeemable at the plearure of the Government after ten year*, and payable In forty years from date. Interest on Bonds not over one hundred dollars payable annually, and on all other Bonds semi annually. Bonds can be had in tizes of 850, 8100, 8500, 81000. WM. EDW. GOULD, mch31 dtf Cashier. FtUCHTWANGER & ZUNDER, NO. 81 MIDDLE 8THEET, (Y OX BLOCK), Are Ajgain in the Field -with Divisions, Brigades & Regiments! NEW AND F AS II IONAII I.E DRY GOODS! FOB THE SPHINJC. I ad ip* of Portland and vicinity ire respectfully invited to call and see the mauy beautiful sty lee ot Foreign r.nd Domestic Dress Goods Jl'ST BBl'EIVKD! Also, the great variety Houae Furnishing Good* ! Such as Brown and Bleached Cotton Sheetings and Shirtiug*, Table Linens, Drillings, 1 takings. Denims, Stripes. Ae. Also. Just receiving, the latest styles ol handsome -Spring Balmoral Sltlrts And tho moit fa«hiotiabIc SPRTVO SNA fFLS. A complete stock of CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES, FOR BOVS' AND MEN’S WEAR. CL0AKING3 ! CLOAKINGS !! An elegant assortment. We arc just ready to manu facture to measure, at the shortest notice, any of tho new aud desirable Spring Cloaks. Warreuledto suit. FEITCHTWANGEIt At ZUNDER, (FOX BLOCK), NO. 81 MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND, Mama. P.8.—Ladies need not ask for goods from the wrecked steamship Bohemian, as we have none but sound aud fresh goods, which wo warrant as such, aprltf New Cloaks and Mantillas! EEAEII A B-L Middle St., JTAVE now on band an Elxgawt Stock of Cloaks, Cossacks, and Mantillas, Of their own manufacture. Alto, Cloak*, Silks, Tassels, HUT fUXS an,/ ORKAMXXTS. LADIES' GAILMENTS Made to OrCr. Silks, Shawls and Dress Goods, Cheaper than the Cheapest. LEACH A BOB1NSON. 64 Middle street. June 1—dim I.VTEK\ATIO.\AL Fire Insurance Company! Of Xew York, Office 113 Broadway. CASH CAPITAL $1,000,000. WM. E. WARREST, President. HAMILTON BRUCE, Vico Preskfeftt. GEORGE W. .SAVAGE, Secretary. Portland Board of Pcftrrences: Job* B. Brown & Son, JIkrsuy Flrtcukr A Co. , 11. J. Libby A Co. John Lynch A t o. The undersigned having boon appointed Agent and Attorney for this Compa* y, is now prepared to issue Policies ou Insurable Property at current rate*. \ZST~Portland Office, 16G Fore Street. JOHN W. MUNGKK, Agent. Juue 3,18GI —Rtf i57 w. oL pi kT I*XA LKR IN Silv€*r Street lee House, anil Oflicc Wo. 32 Euliuuge street. ALL Orders promptly attended to and customers supplied with the beat quality ot ICE. Price of Ice for the Season, 1804. 10 lbs a day, trow Juue lkt, to Oct 1st go no 15 .. .. ** .. .. * 8 U0 20 M “ “ " 10.00 Forty rents per 100 lbs. To those who take Ice for the season, It will be de livered earlier than 1st June and later than 1st o« tuber, at the same rate per month as during the sea son. When not w anted for th*» full season, It will be delivered ai the rate of g2 00 per mouth lor 10 lbs. per day. Notice of change of resid ence, if given at the of fice instead of the driver, will always prevent dis appointment. Any customer leaving town fort wo weeks or more at one tima. by gtviug notice at the oilioe, will be en titled to a proper deduction. Complaints against the drivers, for neglect or care 1.4sn«kk or any ether cause, must be made at the ot* flee, and will be attended to promptly. Portland, May18,1804. inaylSdTw BUSINESS CARDS. PAPER BOX IHANVFACTOKV. »X. !P. Libby, MANTFACrVkEK OP Papor Boxos, Of ©very description, such as Shoe Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Druggist Boxes, Collar Boxes. Shelf Box*s, CououologicalBoxes, FowderBoxes, Card Cases, Cigar Boxes, &c. 144 Middle St., (Up Stairs) l*ortI«ii«l, Me. June Id8m Dana & Co. Fish and Salt, Luther Dana, , Portland, Woodbury Dana, J __ , John A. S'. D.tua ) M ll I D C • Juncldtf J. Smith cto Co., MAttCFACTUniRS OF Leather Belting, Card Clothing. Loom Straps, Belt Luther Barks ami Sides, LKATIUtK T.tlMMlA’Oa, Sr., Hanson’s Biook, 144 Middle Bt., Portland, Or at the Card Clothing Manufactory. Lewiston. II. M Bkewib, (julu3m) D. F. Noyes JOII V T. ROOERM Ac C'«7, Oommission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE DIALERS IS Flour, Provisions & Groceries, No. Bt C jinmercinl Street, ItS. B.fe. } I’OKILA.ND, MK. janeldGm Wholesale and Retail. L. ID ^VIS, Uookseller, Stationer, »»» MiKl'FACTtTRKR OF Premium Paged Account Books. PAPER IIA*UIN<;s. Wo. 53 Exchange 8tre;t, Portland, Mo. juncldtl CHAS. J. SOHUMACHERT Fresco and Banner Painter, So. 1 'l-‘t Middle Street, PORTLAND, MF. C3T Work executed in every part of the State. juncltf RUFU8 DUNHAM, Manufacturer and Wholeaale Dealer in B RITA.NN IA —AND— Plated Ware, Ao. 218 Fore gtreet, Portland Maine. Portland, May 17th, 1864. inayl7dtJ M. G. WEBB & CO., Wholesale Dealers in Flour, NO.81 COMMERCIAL STREET, aplt PORTLAND. ME. dtf BURGESS, FOBES, & CO., MAXpraoTUitxiis of Japan. White Lend, Zine, Faints, An<l (irouml Colon., AID DKALKU* 15 Drug*, Medicines, Pa nts, Oils & Varniehe*. Paint and Color Factory, So. 20 Man joy St., Ofllre A Salesroom*. 80 Coinnirrcial St., (Thomas Block.) Hksry H. Birokm, Pirn'll I\n II Cuahi.kh b. Foals. TOiMNP, SB. maylSdtf BLAKE, JO M E8 A CO., FL0UR& GRAIN DEALERS, And liocaivers of Weslirn und t'umuliaii Products 137 Commercial Street, ----- (Jranite Mock. t-barle* Blake, ) llenry A. Jones. J PORTLAND. U. W. Gage. ) juneldtf JOHN LYNCH & C0~ Wholesale Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Granite Stores, - - - Com more al street, (Opposite head Widgery Wharf,) John Lrneh, ) Pole* Barker, J PORTLAND, ME. Them Lynch ) joneldtf DOLE A HOODV, OKNKRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And \\ hoIenaJe Dealers in FLOUR, CORN AND PRODUCE. No. 5 Galt Block, Commerc’al St, miSunC.M^dy. 1 PORTLAND, ME. juneldGm BROWN & CROCKER, PLASTERERS, PLAIN AND OltNAM KXTAL STUCCO AND MASTIC WOIIKERX. Oak street, between Congroaa and Free Sts., PORTLASD. tf~ Coloring, Whitening, aud Wbite-waahing promptly attended to. Order* from out 01 town so licited- juueldtf BYRON GREENOUGH & C0.~ Manufacturers of And WIioIpmiIc aud llctnil Dealer* lit Furs, Hats, Caps, Gloves, &c., NO. 140 MIDDLE STREET, B. G reenough, l pmm *vn A. L. Uilkey. ) 1 QliTLAN D. _ _ Juldtf JOSI.\ RUSSELL, Carriage Ar Nleigli * MANUFACTURER, 311 At 313 (longrew St, Portland, Me. U’1 Wheat nay be found a goneral assortment of Carriages ami Sleighs. juueldliu C. P. KIHBALL, nanufaltubih of Carriages and Sleighs, JPr«T>l«a »t.r«ot, <Near Treble House,) toktland, me. Sale Rooms, llu and 11*1 S ml burg St., Jtoston, Mats. Juoeltf NORTON, CHAPMAN & CO., Flour, lir.un ic Produce Commission Icrchanls, »s<! Hiller*’ Aeents. I Office and Warehouse Xo. 6 Halt It lock, Commer cial Street. We offer for sale to the trade, many choice and well-known Brands of Hour, from St. Louiri.l liuoin, Wisconsin, Ac., which we are coustautl receiving. N , C. A t’o .are a'so Agents I *r Tittmau It Co. », and otber brand* of manufactured l'obacoo. IT^Cash advances made on all consignments. Portland. Juue I, 1804. juldtf DR. W. R. JOHNSON, 1 DENTIST, Inserts Artiiicial Teeth on Gold. Silver and Vulcan ite Rubber, aud warrants them iu all cases to be a perfect lit. Or. J. also gives special attention to Filling Teeth Office 229} <’ingress street, two doors west from the Court Hone * TortlaucT Juuo 1, 1804.—eod2ui 63 Pbemovail. 63 J. M. KNIGHT & SON, Commission Merchants, Aud dealer* in Country Produce, bmve mored to No. 68 Commercial atreet. Portland, May 10th, 1864. maylOdtf BUSINESS CARDS. BRiDLKV, MOULTON t ROGER f, Wnotmn Dzaless i« , Flour, Grain and Provisions, 88 Commercial street, Thomas Block, ROBERT BRA LEY, ) «.m roultojs, [ PORTLAND, MR. A. O. ROGERS. ) maySdtf W. W. CARR & CO., Having taken the Fruit btore formerly occupied b> a. SAWYER. I%o. & Exchange Street, Are prepared to offer to the trade a large and well selectee stock of Foreign and Domestic Fruit! Wholesale and Retail Orange*. > truer Gam, Leseniei ,***“•' 1 anary Seed, luudlet, ■^tRuea, Leuiou Nyruy, Honey, 1 runes, Ceeoa Nuts. Fig*, Citron, Suit, nil kind#, Dates, Olive*, Retain*. Tebaeee, Sardinia, Cigar*. Fancy Caudles of nil dearrIj»clou. oct9 dtf IRA WINN, Agent, ■Mo. 11 Union St., Is prepared to furnish JjTEAH DKGIHES and BOILERS, of various sizes and patterns, Steaa Pipe and Kxiarai, till Gsuiw-, Shfciig, FdejUe. Liaar llooe* Wouz of all descriptions, and all kinds of work required in biuidiug kojiTinoATion. IronStuirs and otiier Arcliitectaral Work. House-, Stores, and other baildlngs, fitted with vies ana Steam In the best manner. In oonnoctlou a 1 h the Above fa an Iron Foundry with a large assortment of Putterns, to which the attention of Machinists, MUlwrixliU,an<l RhlD-liuUd era is invited —and all kinds ol Castings furaiahed at short notice. HTOrders lor Machine Jobbing, Patterns aad Forgings, promptly ezeoated. ooldtf SI«f«ER>!S~ SEWING MACHINES! WOODMAN, TRUE * CO., AGENTS, Noa. 44 and S6.Kiddle .treat. Need! stand Trimmings always on hand. eaohlBtf A CARD. DR. S. C. FERNALD, toFNTVST, No. 175 Micldl Street. Kvn&xBOM.Drt. Baoow and Bimui, Portland, May 35.1563. If Dr. J. IV. HEALD HAVING di-poscd of hi* entire interest in hi* Office to Dr 8.C FEKK ALD. would cheerfully reooommend him tc hi* former patients and the pub lic. Dr. Kxkmald. from long experience, if prepar ed to insert Artificial Teeth on the “Vulcanite Base/* and all other method* known to the profession. Portland. May 36.1*1*3 tf W O Oft AND CO AL CHEAP FOR CASH ! 8PKINO MOUNTAIN, LEHIGH, IIKZILTON, SUGAR LOAK, OLD COMI’ANT LKHIGII. LO CUS1 MOUNTAIN JOHNS, DIAMOND. WKB8 IKK and BLA< R UKATil. Thew Coal, aro of the very beet quality, well .freoned aud picked, and warranted to give •ati.flu.tion. AI.o tor .ale beet of HARD A1VD SOFT WOOD, delivered to any part of the city. Office CoMMaaciAL ST., head of Franklin WharL • S. ROUNDS A SON. fcblSdly WARREN’S IHPOKVED %’IUK AND WATERPROOF FELT COMPOSITION, Grl’av oi Xloollug FOR FLAT ROOFS. E. 1IERHEY. Agent, Jani6 dtf No. 16 Union Street. 4LBEBT WEBB A COH -DiALiaa » — Corn, Flour and Grain, HEAD OF MEEEILL'8 WJ1AJEF, Ce.s.rcl.l Street. - - P.nlaid, M*. MRf EDWARD H. BURGIN, WHOLES A LU HRALKR1N Com, Meal and Flour, Also, Ground Eock Salt. Commission Tic reliant FOR FURCHASE AID SALROV Barley, Ryo and Oats. ryCar* leaded with Corn in bulk free of oharge. Warehouse No. 120 Commercial Sticct, Aud City Mills, Doering Bridge. Juneleoddm JOHN F. ANDERSON, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, OFFICE, COUMAN BLOCK, t»chl7 dfcwtf Tbmflb Stuxxt. Scotch Canvns, ——FOB SALB BT JAMES T. PATTEN A CO., Bath. Me. OAA BOLTS Superior Bleached «V/Vr 800 do All Long flax “Gov- *iw.*w«*fc* triunem contract,” 800 do Extra All Long flax ArDroatn. 800 do Navy Fine Do'.iverodin Portland or Boston. Hath. April*0.1*88 apSIdtl M. l^E^RSOlSr, Silver Plater, ABD MABUrAC'TUBKB OF SILVER WARE, 238 Congress 8t.,Opp. Court House.Portland,Me. RyAJl kinds of WAKE, such as Knives, Forks, Spoons, Cake Baskets, Castors, Ac., plated in the best manner ANo. IMPAIRING and RE-FINISHING Old Silver Ware. jau29 dtfm Ph E ivi O V -A. L . DR. ItEWTOIW HAS removed his residence to No, 87 Middle Strrrt, corner of Franklin street. Office ns heretofore, No, 116 Exchange Street, In Noble’s block, up stairs. Office hours from y to 10 A M., from 2 to 3, aud flrom 8 to » o’clock P. M. Dr. N. will continue, in connection with genera! practice, to give special attention to DISEASES OW FEMALES. oo31dtf WILLIAM A PEARCE, 1* L UMBER! MAKBU OF Force Pumps and Water Closets, NO. Itil EXC1I4NGE STREET, PORTLAND, ME. Warm, Cold nnd Shower Hath-, Wash Howl*, Brass A Silver Plated Cocke, INVERT description of Water Kixturrsfor Dwel A ling Rouses. Hotels, Public Buildings, Shops. A 0 , arranged and set up in the best manner, and all orders iu town or country faithfu'lv executed. All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to. Constantly ou hand LEAD PIPES, SHEET LEAD aud BF.EK PUMPS of all descriptions. apt) dtf Tile Cheapest Agency IjlOR collecting all classes of claims arising from the war is that ol the “MAINE WAR CLAIM ASSOCIATION,’ in which the expenses are controlled by a disinter I ested Kxeeutive Committee. Apply ia person, or by letter, to GEORGK F EMERY, over the Portland Post Office, 3d story. dawly MERCHANDISE. Hackmetnck Ship Timber. OAK Hatkme'rck nod Hard Wood Plank,Tree nail. Mom 1* to Mluuhes, Treenail Wtdgei, bo. be. by L TAYLOK. June28d3m Galt’s Wharf. Portland. Trnpuni Salt Afloat. *1 fRU1 HHDS. Trapar.l Sa t cargo of ahip f\J "Hocbambeftu” for sale by JunelSdSw DANA b CO. Clarified Cider, ITtOR rale by C MOSES MORRILL, Agent, juuelOdlra* *04 Fore street, Portland. Treeuails. ! 100,000attleVy ^ °A* *' SIMjctTON b KNIGHT, 43 Commercial Wharf, Portland, June 18,1834. janelSdtf Apples, Apples. ,)f Yf k UHLS, ti.e Ruaset Apples, for sale by mUv/ F. A. SMITH, 13 and *1 silver street. June 11.—d3w ‘■Houejr." 7TCS PK1ML Ct BA liONKY forealo in bond on duty puid. THOMAS ASENCIO b CO. June 10.— iedtf Sugar mid Molasses. gQ^UHDS.t CHOICE MCSCOVADO SC 10 TCS. ) GAR, 371 HUBS superior Mu-co.sdo, and 3 ICS Cia., ud Moia.se,, il BBLS from cie.ru Morena, Note lauding and tor sate by iUOMAo ASENCIO b CO., mayotf Custom Uuue; Wharf. Sierra Diureuu Molasses. Q‘| K UHDS . OtlU CHOICE SIERRA MORENA 00 TIERCES! MOLanSES, 10 BBLS ’ Now landing from iirig ”C. U. Kennedy” 1UOS. AaEsclO a CO , May3.—tf C. H Wharf. Scotch Canvass. 1 OfA BOLTS—from the factory of David Col J-^t" aar b Sons. Leith—a aall cloth of auperkr quality—Just received per "Jura”, and for ,ale ly MoGILVEKY, RYAN b DAVIS, meli25dtf 101 Commercial street. WANTS, LOST,FOUND Boy 'Wranted. To Learn the Book and Job Printing Business. A SMART, active,Intelligent Roy,about 15years iV of age, who has had a gooj common school ed ucation, is warned immediately at TUCKERS Book and Job Priming Office, *>> ai d 71 Exchange street « Portland, June28.1SG4 - 1 a $300 B O XT 1ST TY. V. S.^AYY \ WANTED. For United States Steamer Pontoosuc, NOW IN PORTLAND. £5 Stamen, 15 Ordinary Seamen, 75 Landsmen, 10 Firemen, 16 Coal Heavers. Apply to Naval Rendezvous, foot of Exchange St, JOHN P. HEATH. Commanding . junolGdtf Lost. IN this City on Saturday. June25th, a black fath er Pock Book, containing about 9«jO in bids, to 5 ether with two promissory Botes, payable to my or er, one dr-wu by A. M iaimou for *5;, and on© bv K. Bachelder tor CD; also so me receipts. so • tied bilb. *o. Whoever w.ll return the pock ft-bo »k aud contents to this ottice or to J. M lumbal: A Co. Ml Congress etroot, shall bo hacdsoraety rewarded. JaneJMlW J. E. F. CUSHMAN. Housekeeper Wanted. A RESPECTABLE American Woman, of robust health, desiriug a situation a* hcuseke* per in a laiuily in the country, will please address, with ref erences, IIouBKXLkrxB, Hess Ottc s. JaneUdlw Hunted Iminedlately. AN Agent of either set In every tow n aud village. to eugase in a light and profi'abl* bu-iuess, by whioh frooi 9H.00 to *12 per week can be made Per sona having leisure evenings can make f.om 50c to 91.00 per evening. A -ample with full particulars, sent by mail to alt who end *© one 3 ccut stamp, aud address A. C. SPAULDING A CQ.. jnoe'JldAwl«w« West Hampstead, N. II. j — - "* ^ . — ■ ■ 1 1 ■' Compositors Wauled. ONE or two Jlrsi class female compositors will dnd constant employ meat, and theh ghest ratea pa d iu thecity, on application at THIS oi HUE. may2Sdtt $95 Reward ! STOLEN from the aubseriber on Tuesday Even ing, while in Pierce's auction room, a Calf .skin Pock*t Book containg 9/4 in rooccr, a don* against Charles ito gdon. Gorham, tor 960.and sue against Charles uoop* r for 912. The above reward will b* paid for the recovery of the property and the detec tion of the thief. Tun© 8.—tf GEORGE BECK. House Wanted. WAN1KD to pttrchaae P>r ca»«, » cuuvealant House suitable lor a small /amilw, with u-nal conveniences, centrally aud pleasant Iv located — Price not to exceed 93,000, Address ••Taylor” at the Press Office maylStf Board. SUITS of Hoorn., with Beard, can boobtaiaod by appljio* immediately at 30 Danforth utreet. May llth. mayMdtf A. & 8. 8HURTLEFF <fc CO., NOS. 51 A 5G MIDDLE STREET, PORTLAND. Manufacturer* and Dealer* In Men’* Boys' and Youth’s Thick, Kip and Calf Boots, Women** Miasea and Children** Goat. Kid and Calf Balm «ral*, Bubbers. Shoo Biook, Findings, Ac. ViriTU our superior facilities for manufacturing, f ▼ and a large experience in the busines*. we we are able to sell a* low a* iu Boston or el*ewhere. Dealer* are respectfally invited to call and ex amine oar stock before purchasing. nr~<>rd«r* by mail promptly attended to. Portland. Ap-rftl 23,1^64. dftm THE FIRST WHIM BASE OF PORTLAND. Holders of U. 8. 7-30 Notes, Can have them exchanged for s*x per cent, twen ty year bond* by leaving them with thi*bank. lfte interest on the note* will to paid in coin, at the ra*e 7 8-10 percent, to July 1. and the bonds will be de livered here as soon a* they can bo«prcpartd by the | Government. These 20 year bouds are the mot t de sixableof any of the government *ecaritie*. Com version* must be made in sums of #500 or its multi plo. A commission of one quarter ot one per cent, will bo charged. W. K. GOULD, Cashier. Portland, May 26, 1804. may2>0*111 Vtorge W. .TCautton, GOLD & SILVER PLATER, 74 Middle Street, Portland, Me. A sharo of patronage respctfnlly solicited and satisfaction given. Orders from the country promptly attended to. Address G'eorga W. Mausun, 74 Kiddle street, j Room No 10, up stairs, Portland, Me. June 14—d3m LANS A LITTLE, Who'esale Dealers iu Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, AND W oolons, No. 148 Muhlle Htreet, A. Li Hie. | TORTLAND. MK. JuneTdtf 11 are C li a nee! MALE .(■ FEMALE AGENTS WANTED mo travel in all part, or tbe Bta'e iu a pleo.aai 1 and money-making business. ♦'U salary or com mi-,ion O’lf agent. are mating from *4 to 8d pei dav VTe will .end »itb lu-truc Ion*. 01 tbe receipt of 25 cent*, l-.etue c.11 or addrn* 8. h. ccttinu * co , 229 Cougreet atreat, Portland. • Junalt—dim clothing. CUSTOM CLOTHING ! N. 8. GARDINER, 62 Middle 8t., Opp. Poet Office, U retiring weekly the LATEST and MOST KLEUAMTETTLES —ow— French, English nud American Doeskins, Canimeici and Coalings, Wh'eb we are prepared to muaras:ure into Gar ments not turpound ia StyU of Chi. and workmanship, bj- anjr house la this City or -State MR. JOHN 11. LARKIN, Attends to the Catting oftiarmentslalble tatablish i atent, whose repatattoa as a TankionakU. Tania i ^ fr ** knowu In Portland an ] other cities. We hare on hand aud are oouitanly reoeirlng all , the aide rent vmleties of GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Usually kept by tboee iu the baalaess. June J4—cod4w _ XLSMOVAIi. J0S1AH BURLEIGH ■ At REMOVED TO NEW STORE, EVANS* BLOCK, Nos. 141A143 Middle Street. JOSIAH BURLEIGHj Wholesale and Retail Denier in C othing.Coths, Tailors' Trimmings, -AMD GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, Nos. 141 * 143 Middle Street. JOilAH BUKLEItiH, ^geat for Ororer A Baker’s celebrated Sewing Machines, Hoi 141 ft 143 Middle Street. NATHAN G00LD Will «ay to his friends that he may be found at Bar* leigti'fl, No. 141 k 143 Middle street, where he will be plea-ed to welt npon his former customers. Portland. March 24.1864. dtf JUbT KECEIVED ! ftOLLWS k \H>M>, Having refitted their store mad rewired a large assortment of elegant styles c L. O T H 8 I ARE PREPARED TO Show Them to Their Custonen. Also, Clothing & Furnishing Goods, !■ Ureal Variety, —AT— 95 [Middle Street. __mayfitf NOTICE. HA \ I NO sold oar interetl la the Dry Good, bu tlnee. la Portland to Meters B V. Hamilton ft Co , ee with to acknowledge the liberal .ad con stantly incr,aring patronage we bare receirad for the past eight years and to recommend all our cus tomers and th»* public to the new concern Mr. C W. itobineoa will remain at the store tor the preweot to ih ttie the accounts of the concern Alt persons having uuMttled account* wi 1 confer a fh vor by adjusting thorn at once Mr. K obi neon will also continue to act as asset for the Weed Sewing Machine Manufacturing Com* ’“Jun.lTe.dtf C. W. MOBIMBUN ft CO. B. F. HAMILTON & CO. Sucoeoeor* to l . tV. RobiUMon St Co. WOLXD eery respectfully Inriu nil former pa tiuna to the bouts, ana the public generally to a free examination of oar golds at all times, with long eapiTfrnee nnd clone attention to the wants of custom,n, ai d adhering atrktly to the CAKU SYSTEM, Be Isslng It to be better for the buyer am well am the tellur, we hope to merit a large tharge of pntroaag*. Several lots of goods to close cheap to make room lor N K \V GOODR. Mr W. N Prince, together with the employee* la the store are to he retained nnd will he happy to see all their customers at formerly, B t\ HAMILTON ft'CO , Corner Coagrrse and Preble street.. luMl'eodtf INTERNATIONAL BANE! Special Meeting. Tha Stockholders of the International Banker* hereby notified that a Special Meeting of said Stock hold rs win be held at tha Bank on Wednesday, the sixth day of July next, at thrw o'clock P. M, to consider tto raped ency of surrendering the charter I of said Bank; and also to consider the expediency or contorting the Beuklnto a National Baak under the charter or certificate granted to the t int he | tlonal Bank of Portland, and to adopt any proper I measure, ia relation thereto. By Order of the Directors. W K. GOULD. Cashier Portland. JuneZl. ISM.-dtd 126 Exchange Street. 126 Hugh M. Hhinney, WUt' LD inform his fried* and former cu.itoibera th »t he ha* taken the Store So 1% Exchange Street, w her® he intends to carry on tha Stove aud Furnace Uuduem, In all its branches 5 TO VES, of ail kinds, of the newest aud most approved patterns. Furnaces and Ranges, Tin and Hollow Ware. Or Second baud Stoves bough*, or take u in **• ’ change lor new. Stove*. Hahoea. Kusvai ka. and Tm Ware repaired at short notice, in afarthfal manner. Grateful for-orner patrouag*. he ho ea by strict attention to business, and fkird.sling. to receive a ; generous share of pnblio tavor. _ may 23d tf Talk - about Hats ! JUST SEE HARRIS' NEW STYLES. June 4—dtf 1TH i : WO RTv !S OK fc VICHY DESCRIPTION. C1ITTEH A AUSTIN, 32 and 35 Federal Street, and !«". Ill, Mil 118 Com* grtee St , Hoe ton, Wholesale Dea'ers in Fireworks, Chinese Lanterns, Torches, Ac. THE HE nr UNION L METERS! Red, White and Mae. for Political Processions. Kxhibitioti* turnlehcd to any amount. Send lor Price List. juaeddtojeiy 4 INTERNATIONAL HOTEL COMPANY. STOCK Sl'IIHt 1JKKSOSS .lealruu. or.ldln^ in lb# coL.troclIon ot . tlr.t cl"*' Hofei for rortl.Dct, in requested tor.II vq Mr M N. Kw*l. Merchan'e kuchanre. on .ml aft. r lho 'Jutii io.I <«h«n a book nlll bo opened for »ub«crlplioo« to htoek of the above company .and wi'l rrmelu open until July 'doth. l#6t. June 17.—dim UP-TOWN SHOE STORE! SAMUEL BELL. 353 CONGRESS ST., HAS constantly on hand a large iuid well select ed stock of Boots, Shoos, And ALL AKTTCLHft 19 TWaT LIU*. ft»r the MS of Lsales. Gentleman and Children to which he In vites the attention of these about to makepurchnaea, as haviug on- of the best In tbe oitv. Custom Work aud Repairing done wth neaftrsa and dis patch. Portland. June 21. IMfllfN MILLLNERY. ih:nn Ac palmer BEO leave to oill the attention of the trade ruu ally to their largo and * WELL SELECTED STOCK MILLINERY GOODS, i •BgttSSiA'TUrsSSfjSE; ty?tir25S?' *>' obt.ir log good., J&SdLLfiftftgw k-» ‘ *" - _ Jaceldlm STRAW CS 001)9. THE subscriber is daily receiving trom t ha Malum vraw Worn.. Koa&JTluL*.IShh^iew^ Wrabi. rtyies of Lull..’, Mo*ea\ £d U*S? Straw Bonnet*, Of all qua!jtler dlao coartantly on hand a larre •'<*; *>weh and American Flower? i£££ Meod Dreaeea, 4c , which he will cell at tie juwut price*. JOHN K PALMAS. * lunelilliii 114 Middle alnet, Portland. NEW MILLINERY STORE Wow Goode! MBS. A. BOBJCKTSOnTm taken the New tte'e. No. a Tree Street, corner </ tenter, and haa •elected a Snperior Ae.ortmont of MILLINERY, ^ ,£ fflU. «"<* r. tt. ▲ food assort maul off MOURNING Conataatly on hand . three or fuar good Milliner, can reel re itead* employment by Inquiring LI above, apl-daodtf 7 OR ART'S COFFEE ft SPICE MTT.Tjf ORIGINAL ESTABLISHMENT. J. GRANT , Wholaaale Dealer la all kind, of COFFEE, SPICES, Sals rat us St Cream Tartar, Were Coffee and Spice Mtlle. M and li Union etreet Portland, Me. ' Coffee aadSpiee* pat ap 'or the trade, with try ? nrpr“ri l ,*rt“7 °* P»cU«». And warrant.) aotke r“"U>d •“d *roa,“'■he trade at ahon or*All geode animated at the owner', rtek. __ marchlodtf Copartnership Notice, -AMD — BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENT THB aubacribore having on the 71k day of May formed a copartoenhip aader tba name of McCarthy & Berry, For tba parpoee of carry tag on tba BOOT AMD SMgX BU8IMES8 la all ita brant bee. aad haring all tba foetlttia* for getuag ap arat claaa work fur gentleman aad Indian, w*ar, ara now ready to exeoatc all ordere with aaat aea, and diapatcb Oar work wUI bo made of tba teat ot Imported 'took, by tbeteet of workmen, and warranted to give periect aatiafactioa. It m oar aim * that tnr work •hail not ba aecoad to any la tba Unit* ad Stataa. Wo bare aleo completed a itock of ready-made work of thu first quality, tor Lsdlaa, Gentlemen, and Chl'dren'a Was ■elected (tom New York and Hoetos markaU Oar Ladles' work la from the celebrated Fart# Manufactory of Now York For Gentlemen'. wear »a bare the boat aaeortmeat ever offer'd for aale la tbia city; aucb ea flee F reach Patent leather lloota. Glove lalf tad t elfioo greaa for geatlemea’a wear; I'alrat Leather Cea K». and t ail Coagreea Balmoral, and taw French kie Boota. nowetyle CRlMPF.D-r BONT Cartky. MCCARTHY A BEKKY, No. 9fl Exchange Street. United States Claim Agency! Bounty, Prise Money dfc Pensions, CAN be obtain'd oa appIleati-D 'o SWEAT 4 CLEAVES, Attorney a at Law, mayjleodem Middle .treat, Maarey a Raw. BRADFORD A HARM OH, Pension and Claim Ageati, (Eotabliebad la 1861.) STILL eontinne to devote their apeolal end exole alve attention to tba proaecattoa ef Oalom tar Pensions, Bounties, Arrears 4F Pay aai Prise Moser, And all other claim, agaiaet tbo Gee are meat. bar. tag been dnlv liceoaed tber-fot. tar All advice free. Term* aa low oa at any otb ev A truer, and no pay required until tba clalrearee obtained. once S3 Exchange afreet, dorr Rlock r. BRADFORD. d-n-L-dW 1 * UA“°* GREEN HOUSE AND BEDDING OUT PLANTS, IKeapeetfilly lalorm the peb’ie that I bava oa bead a large aeaorlmeut of Green Deere and Bedding-out Plante, for Spring aale. of aa pot lor qualttv. Via: Vaaaanaa. Dannie. Pstaasoni caa, Panama aad Ruaca Alaa, a Saa colleotloa ot Astbs EljcTa. Be.. Be.. Ba. A .election may afweye bo foaad ot Randall B Widtaey e, Market Square. Orders left tbaia WIB be promptly attendee to. ALRfcRT DBRWANUgR. f lor at. _ , Corner ef North aad Montreal otrerta. Portland. Me. aprSOtf The Cabinet Organs MADE EXCLUSIVELY BY MASON & HAMLIN An the heat Inatrumenf. of their eleee in the world. Nearly nil the rnoet prcmincn* nrtuu In the eeaatrr here given written teatimony to Uiie i fleet. and iheea inairumenU ere in eoaetnat um in the concert* ol the ntoel d»tl»guieh*d nrtiete— ee (>ottechnlk and other*—a* well ne la the , r** in the urine pal tit le*. whenever tneh in.'rumeutinr*non nd. Frle* ••6 to s:u> each. Thee* init'anrnte any ho fen»4 itthe hat c Boom* of the eabaertber. whore they will be told nt the manufacturer.' price*. H. *. EDWARD*, No.l-Wj Stewart'* Block, 101,1*0 St. _ nprUdtf ler Crram ! Ice Cream ! ! -A.t Brown’s Oyster and Ice Cream Saloon, No. IV4 kid 154 Eithtif* St., Oppeeit* the International Ho*** _ _ may7dlf IF Y«l HAVEN’T A REFRIGERATOR ! OK. if yon have an old one that don't asaetly nit von. don't Mil to examine the very teat pat tern now lu nee. the POLAR RK PRIOR RATO R. For Ml* at the Furniture Room* of WALTER CO RET, 62 and 61 Exchange etreet. Jane6. IM4 - d2ni CITY OF PORTLAND. VTTBKTIOS la called to 8ect;oA 88 of Um Or* ciuauc * tespeetiug Interments. It any w?r«oD shall ds-troui to move cot of the f tty the body of a dt-oeaeed person for tnt’-rmeat, he shall make app'icatjoo to the !*uiw*riniendeat of Burials for to-n i«sh>D «o to do, ami said Superin t ndcut shall grant »u h m:b ssktn if no cause shall appear for wituboldlng lot s .me. and «bali attend to such removal la person, or employ ©»e of the an dertakere of the city to attend th«r»to Pena;ty for violation of this Ordmsuce uot leee than flve mm mere than twenty dollars All violations of this Oreiuanoe will ho proeeoated ' according to law. LOI I8 Bl'Rt K, anperiuteudoat of Burial*. Portland. June 10, 1864 —dim Evprurffn Ccnelery* TBK gunerintendeat of Evergreen Cemetery will be his office, In New City Bui ding, entrance oa Mvitle Street, from 12 o'clock M. to 8 o'eJoek F. M.. every day. except Sundays. to attend to any ealla <a connection with said Cemetery. Orders may be left at the office at any time. W&dtoaugl U. C. BABB. Superintendent. Coparinerthip. THE underdigred have formed a copartner* bin nuder the nume of FnaxMAX Bsorssss, and have leased tbo *tore formerly occupied by TwttehnU * Chawplin No 88 Commercial srraet. wtare they propose to carry on the Floor. Tea ard Tohcaan • business. JAMBS FREEMAN. SAMUEL FKUJ4A&, Portland. Jun# 9 —49.