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of eilxar eollara woaldD't be as a-efat.
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NORMAL MUSIC SCHOOL.
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Tarn ooaiBimaoa Jalj 25th aad ooatiaaes is (
ai a gbt aeka. '
The aaiga ot tba Tnatltrjtioa la to afford aa op
1 petuaaita lor a thoroaKh HaalnU MaealleiBi,
to an dairlDK to prepare ibtioiaelToa aiUtar aa
TllaO B. Pit UK INS of Now Tort will kaTa
eaance of the Vocil D)artiueoL Ta na, for loll
oarae $). For parttcalara and olreolara, ,
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BATES ONE DOLLAR EAOH,
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Bord at tho Cur je9i4j
LB VB LAND BLECTBICAl.
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Dr. ioung'i Xleetro-Iheraiftl
ELECTRICAL APPARATUS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION
aW Model, and BnaU Machinery of all klsda
ad to order.
W Braae rinlshlnr. Sepalrlag and Jobbing dona
vita, care and diapa ch. I .
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eror Denali Eolt'a Machine Pbop,
a. m Mnntlil WmM -due for
ttrkL .dM b, J.I.t.JJjJlWi,
HAMILTUfl ana uuwi
Bin. kas already attained a alronlatloa anparal
Med la the biatory of aiaeailne literatara. Wltfe
ko waoa of tha AprU aoiaber It will htwn -talUaaad
olrealatvoB al oO.nw) oop aa. It ia oor
lally eoaimended by both tha areolar and religions
. ,,;- w by all paruaa Intareated la tha anbjaet
. of Jnaaolla Literature, while tba ezpreestoas of
ratluoatton tha paUltbora daily receire froai pa
reaU, aad a'a from thaToang Folks themaelaal,
eonrlnoa ibani that the atagai oe tnawoti a waal
that uaaiaam!lyMI. At la the aim of the Fob
Usaera to make It a nrat claaa Magaair a In every
newt, and tan, -will spare a.ltii.r labor nor
ipeBas la tkslr endeaaura ta furnish to their
' ' roam readsre aae wbcae monthly rlaits shall be
always weleoine, aad shall be expected wlUi plea-
"ike staff of Contrlbotorseojbrace te following
I' among many proutoont naam: Bra. STOWd, &.
W. bONGKKLLOW. JOHN O. WHITTI tB, O. W.
BOLUSa, alra. L. M. CHILD, Oaptala MATH.
'Taraailaayaar.- Wngle numbers SO eeataeaca.
All onfcecrtptlnBa payable an adaaaoo. Bpaolsaaa
aoptaaof Oar loaag folks will be aaat to any ad
draa for HJ oeate each. m '
Joaa B. Aawoa. at Baker's Book Store,
aerior atreet, iMeretaad, being oar only aataorbwd
Ageat air tbeatate of ObH. all ordera for ib Trade
a aWlaa xnbaonntiow.hoald be addreaaed ta kiak
a. Atlantic Monthly and Oar Young Poise seat
aaaavadUrees for $6.
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Pul.liihera, Boston.' ,
! :A aaa-AXlINTS WANTED ta ery city and town.
Var partlcnlars addraas J. H. AMMUN, ;
m,T US Agnnt. Claeland. t.
HATS AND CAPS.
PaiNG STYLES OP
HATS, AND CAPS.
!', bow totrodoctng onrPE1HO BTTLfB
Cf HATS, Inalodlng
TS.S GBANT BAT,
TJLB SHU KM A If MA T, j
TJIJS SHESIVA IT BAT,
TBS . DERBY BAT.
1 ,i.M asaortneal of Mea'a and Boya
' ta HT.ou CaTTl . nice UoeolOLOVM
fc, Bpriaa and BUTTS 00, t
-.t '('-'.' ITT Henerior atrt.
Eprlng Styles of Q
' HATS, CAPS, 8TEAW GOODS, stO.
, ,..:L. Benedict & Sons
Ear. a lars-e aaaortment of aU the latest itrles,
'which tbey offer at the lowest market rates, whoea
a and Patau, at
rpBIUMPH OP ABT,
g Htklns and Ladle' Hair CreslS
Wm. DAT, wOTublle Eqnare,
HIS ALL THE LATEST ONfEBTlOIIS IN WIG wORK.
"." . 811 TB-I ILLTJ'ION Wl-It BU to a chana.
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""' Jas reoaiTod MWed) a large onantity of thU tan-
, call, axamuia and see lor
. tiful hair. Azalea p w.
' ' ''ISIlTOHra kT BB AIDS A large aad well
OXBOWS JnH iB.NOd BlAD-rBBKS-A
. . aaade by the adTerllaer eqaal to thoaa , iaipon .
IMIW o.n Braids aiaOe Into any of the
1 abor. H.ul-Irea wltbont Injory .
. cr.,. n.ainff. tinrllncand Ban- Uattkic
ft 'wone la Ihe lateat and mo.t preTallinf, T,?lM!tJl
BAIB DiN9-eartlcnar ataentloapaWJo
fc branch of the tmei .,... The beat of fye o-ed.
SoTAND COLD BATHS al.aya r- J--.
tAeatthH apaetai an ujathcltr
-IPROFESSI O NA L7T
- ;y:-MfclLVINGaBSOL .
' V I Attorneys at law.
Aa-BXl SawloraUeet, Srat door apalatrs
, M. JOHNSON, HAVLBtt KB-
woald be pleaaod to
, olH nations and ae aaany aew ottm
I ah, Ota P."" " "... ut.tloa nald to
E--rf Woaaea and Children, Rheawatlaat, Sera-
Itiu-lnhi as Bvena.saMa, f
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AVEDNESDAY, JUBY 12, 1865.
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THE DETROIT CONVENTION
THE DETROIT CONVENTION FIRST DAYS PROCEEDINGS.
" " " i
Each Delegation AUowdd-SziBYotie
Facts and " Specufatrons AMilt
The Canadians on Band
They Demand -Seriefl'al'tf thb
1 . LlTelr- FighUMxptcfed.
NEWSPAPER ACCOUNTS. FROM DETROIT.
NEWSPAPER ACCOUNTS. FROM DETROIT. [Special to the Cleveland LEADER.]
DETROIT, July 11, 1865.
Purmiant to. the call isad by lh De
troit - Board of Trad a, tba injlamtiooal
ConmarcisB Convention,- eomposed of-dej-
egtes from torn thirty ooeimsreiMl orgaii-
izitiona in tba I7aitxl SUtes, sad fcnutavb
similar bodies in the British North javmari
can Pjevlnce, opa varied D.hiaaiCily thje
morning In tba hail -of the Bor8 of Trscte
t .1 - i ! -.,-.,..!''
The Convention iai calleij. q pfder, by
Jospph Aspinall, President of tpa fXatrpit
Board -of Trade, and liep formal opening
Wat inaugurated with prayer by Jhe JRlfil1
Rev.'J. A.. McCfosbey, Blsfiori onIfi TJiq.
cese. Pollowing the pr'iyeT,"'Mr.1 Afp5nal
addressed the ConvontionJ'-welcoraTng 'the
Delegation in betalf of the Triard of Tradb
and citizors of Datroit, and presenting the
subjects that would be. called to (ha atten
tion of the Convention, and the importance
of a free expression of views thereon.' T
He concluded by moving )p&ttH.T,,ptii-
toe, tba able President ot , the. SC. Louie
Board of Trade, be nominated as IYeetdent
of the Convention, pro tem and 1 Mr.
Haddock,' fc ecretary. of .(be Petroit Jujard,
as Secretary of the Convention, pro. ten,
which was adopted, and ' 4he- jgsnttamei
were elected and assnmed trreir Ttositioh.
A Committee on j.-ermaneni t.'rga.niz-
tion, consisting of one mem bar from each
delegation, was moved and carried- Olevft-
and was represented on the comrhfttee by
Hon. B. P. Spalding.; ; '
The delegations from the jrwraca) wprp
invited to pai ticipate in the organjxatipq,
but declined and were excuaacLrTrv . - " '
A Committee oa Credentials, canastas;
f two members firm each State, and 'two
from each of the Britistt province 're
sented, was moved and carried.' The'rejJ
resentatives from Ohio on this committee
were M. B. Waile, E-q ,' and Df.' J.' T.
The committees were 'instructed aifto
their duties, and the Convention adjonrried
till three o'clock r it. I i ' ' r. T I
Tha Convention re-assembled at three
clock, the first 'business in order being
the report' on credentislB.'1 ?ihe commit-,
tee's report recognized all thwM86ligt!dns
presen and was adopted;"-" " J
The Committee on Pertnanenk -Organi
sation reported s follow tiPr Preaidwnt,,
General Hiram Wl bridge; of !w York;
Vice President! at large,'-'Hon.- HanhiV
Hamlin, of Maine, and' Hon.' Cjias. 'jWlM-l
of Illinoia. Borne xKzen .toer y,iqe
Presidehti were nominated.!- beeraunei,-
Wm tjtceviof New Ydrkt KVf Haddock,
of MichigAn,W4H.t,Bfowri or Cana)Ji.
The officers were conducted to .Wieir
places, and upon 'taking the chair, Generll
Walbridge addressed the uonyenucn earn
estly upon the questions that would , corde
under its consideratioB. i
SPEECH OF GENERAL WALBRIDGE.
He alluded! to 'the'. great part the conk
mercial men had Vine, a fbe strugele of
the nation through rebellion and hpw puqh
was due to their devotion and labora, anld T
.u v. ; .a iim thev asferted tholr I
auuu6u. , . -
rio-ht to be heari anft telt in the national,
ngui to oe uwa " f. ; ,i
concerns of the country; they had kit We
conduct of the nation' AairA.hihalands,
of other too long, "and.: .nOHlS' begirt V
once to take their proper places in guiding
the great interests of the people. He be-1
lieved this convention eouldtio much cood
by' its deliberations if they Were rsondorJted,
with that moderation ana sagacity wniau
was demanded of them. "With R-rd Y
the Reciprocity treaty, e inaiofOeslhis
nurrjose to support weaerrrei foj its'main-
tainance. His remarks were well received.'.!,
Rules were adopted con fining remarks to-
u. vianiM and spoakors to one hearing,
except by special permission, and allowing
hat on vote to each delegation.. y tfj ' .
Considerable oHsotioh -Paa Smadi ta the
latter recommendation, but the report fjre-
I.: '' i '
i. The Chair waliosUuceoV M ppfi'ntx.
committees of five members esch, four to.
consider and report on the topics emhracea
in the call lor the convention one enjnu
cellaneoof businaef, and: cjaajo rrjr g tb
order of business. j
. ,. . i..n mftA tstsAvAn
U-An "7Vwrn i i i"T "
The convention has thus lar Deen un-
business like for a Doay 01 ousm.
It ii tlioaebt it will not close its dliePftT
hundred delegates present.
: , " . ,-r v ' n - . : - .2,
The Convention was cauea to uruor
On motion the Clommittes to be named;
by the President were increased from
Ave to nine in tnembershipv..v T .1 liVy I
The Chairman then announced the Coi-
millet o'irsnMi, u, tmg- Mr--
b, Hon-R. P.Spaldinfi and D. B. Smith-
On ReefprocKy ObTo-ls represented by
a. Waita. Ksa. and J.L. Taylor. The
-.-,- r. :t.'e,m r annoiiriead
. - , ' aa,w;.a I
"Mr. Robinson,' of'Clevelsnd, moved
a committee ol
sevtn bk appeictaci : by
Chafr to consider and vort on the-tuhjec
Of agricnltiiTeaSid marmfactures.- Aaopiea.;
., Mr. Taylor, ol Mmnesota, uw
olulion looking to the -Trerwn smug
gling aleng the frontier. BeleiTe.T.
Several other. 'resotuUdnt ,' .61 W
a;iri of '"-
tmpwaau w- -r ,
ft lAnwHaVI tl "I nf'HsI'.k aBaWIIkin IUB AAva.
7TTT 7 " " , - :- it..o. al
DETROIT, July 11.
Delegates from all the leading cities arid
commercial interests in the United States
and British Provinces are in attendance at
the Trade Convention in this city. Cana
da if well represented, and the representa
tives from that section are active in ineir
trfewis) tm-invvce ma-x tension otthe ieci
skifvaia-eaty i the j Western, delegates,
.iiu am uexw lu jim iuru, eawiiu miw
view. A powerful protection innuence,
lrom the New Eneland and Northern
States, opposes the renewal of the treaty.
The meeting may' not be harmonious,
bntthe proceedings promise to elicit lm
portant fac'.s connected with commerce and
industry. Canadian delegates, are favora
ble to ail extension to Canadian canitla, in
order to facilitate American commerce.
Among the persons present are Gov. Yatet,
of JUiqois, .(Jen. .Walbridge, of.New York,
and Ljmari Tremaine, of Albany. .
James AspinwalL or JJetroit, called the
Convention to order. Hon. Hiram Wal
bridge, of New York, was chosen Prdsident
of Trade, "lion. Hanival Hamlin and
Mr. Walker, of Chicago, were chosen Vice
Presidents at large, and a Vice President
was appointed'for each State and the Bri'4-
Jrrovincea. ' ' ' '
I he only Committees announced are
the following : .
Committee on Transit h. S. 1'rosfer,
Duncan , Stewart, i B S.i Elliott, Converse
Haryey.CH.liaudolpb, K. P.apaldug ALd
The Canadians who will confer with the
above Committee are: Malcolm Cameron,
John McClellan, "VYm. Mcttowan and J.
Committee on Keciproeity .1. . jay,
M. R. Waite, J. J. Hatch, J. W. Taylor,".
Fraley, 8. Hewitt Bloodgood, N. "Wells, J.
L. Taylor,.!; ;i '.' ; f': -I
The Canadians to confer with tnis Com-
nSitWe'-itre:'' Jmes HoWe.'Tno. Byan, J.
a Worth and Henry Fry.
Sioerabwaiasatieiaction exists among
th Ohfc-ee delegates as to the action ot
tbe Oonvention in confining each delega
tion o orre Tote-.1' Be vera 1 of the Chicago
delegates have left, arid it if probable thuy
will all -leave-to-morrow. :i '
tfThe eonrentlon haf adjourned till to-
''jrrtmWe'rVrolt Tribune, Monday, JoiylOl:
, General Hiram Walbnage arrivea nere
yesterday," and. if stopping at the Biddie
ITinnB.' Ex. Vice President Hamlin is a
member of . the Bangor delegation, and will
be here. v oay. non. ttenry n invar
Davis aha Senator KIchard Yates will
probably be here by, Wednetday at the
latest. , Tue appearances would now seem
la indicate; that', Ike number of dolegttes
proper will atieast aggregate uu jquiviu
" ;' ; i
OBJECTS OF THE CONVENTION.
From the New Toik Herald, Monday, Jn j lft
The follow, ng are main questions to ba
discussed at the Commercial Convention,
which will meet on Tuesday, 11th inst, in
the city of Detroit, Michigan :
1. The currency. i
2. Taxation, direct . and indirect, neces
sary to raise the Amount of revenue re
quired to meet our necessary expenditure.
. 3. The best means to increase the facili
ties if the transit of 'our products to.maf-
4."Th redpTCftal trade between the
tflUtBd Staitea Slid tbn Britiah Prr.THr.no.
CAHADA ,AND THB .BXCIPBOCm: TBATT.
roronto. Oorrespoadenoo Hew l'ork Barald.j
v ; The question of importance next to that
l have just referred M now before tha pub
lic here, i tho Detroit joonvenlion, which
.attracts more interest and calls forth more'
general discussion as the time for its Assem
bly approaches. -, A few days ago Ue Ca
aadiaa delegation held a. closed caucus in
this city to deliberate upon a united policy
tab punned by them, in that aeraby.--Very
little of -what transpired leaked out; ;
but this mach is . certain that while the
major portion of the speakers ex pressed
their earnest desire to ore te and encourage
mutual ,. teelinga of Xriendahip and good
wiil. between the two .countries,- there was
some "swill milk " orations mde, bre&tfe
intt threats o which Canada will do in tta
event of, the. .United States declining to
enter into a new treaty or reaffirming the
conditions ,of ibe old one. - These men, I
prsue, .will have the -good, cense, to re
strain themselves, next .week at Detroit, if
they bope to acoompliBh. tJaese objeeU; S c r
thev stiiflt know bv b bnaei that the daiy
had paased when th , coBsmarcial men of
JJrVed Stateacan be bullied by
PROSPECTS OF THE CONVENTION.
[Detroit Correspondence Chicago Tribune.]
Upwari'oT' 800 'delegates are expected,
and, if report is true, fu-ly one half of
these; wiir be Canadians." Every city ih
Oariafl i' sending si delegation, and there
will also be a large number ot outsiders, Jo
deep is the feeling on the subject of re
ciprocity among our neighbors across te
As far as I can learn, the Reciprocity
Treaty will be the question above all others
of the Convention. Here in Detroit there is
s c.ique of traders and marcbanla wbo tse
clamorous or a continuance of the Treaty
kut the people generally are opposed to it;
lumbar interest i will flgbt any
nrorjosai to renew u wnn vigor. . xned.i-
Z : f Mihi.. lhA , onral
foiir, on tiia iiihiectthat Drevails west of
Lake Michigan. They think that the
.teaty waea great benefit to Canada, arid
of but little positive value te Ue Unrled
Bltatea,.', . SiaAX tuaua aeuaou ,u a uiiruuy
and neighborly manner towards us during
jhe Ji struggle, they might have been
wiliing to renew.it; irnt thy sywpthir.axl
with and i aided : tba rebels, and now they
can, go pail make their treaties .with them,
if they can .find them, Sueh:ia the general
,slg hae,.as far as I have .found tin
axpteasion.. '.!! .; ! -j ; I
l Un auwcuojeca a strong outstae preseuie
will be brought to bear on the Convention
ho the attendance of nearly all the croma
neat men in. Canada, , who are willing to
promise anything and evuy thing.. They
are going to build ship canals and give ks
kU QuejOt van j.u.--
tit. Lawrence, tho great highway of corp.
meoce- and force the New York carriers
to reduce their tolls, &c, Ac Whether Cr
mill be sueceasful in their endeav-
cHuainf to be seen ; but it will take
Ors, sm..ai.... J - --- - ;
very large promises to wipe out the, rec4U
. aba Canada oeiegaiioav at , now uu
travela hither Sterling at Montreal tbey
are foiling weatward, holding meetings in
almost every city, and increasing in sifcs
tad importance a they proceed. By the
-time it reaches Detroit, it will be a pronli-
I nont .if .not aA mnuenuai Douy. - -
1 ihe, Niagara Palla Canal wiU occuty
- '.vr.SaverAioti. and utrong eflort wiUe
i ikili the project by a combination
r fc.,ijit,isas.a.iew iw.
r.hi.ina. Milwaukee. Cleveland and Detroit
i ,ii t.nm miii i ruwA io luna inuuiuw
delecatient will have to stand shoulder to
bte . . , .-.I,
I rrt.. 1.A7 nLim Will. DO OVernAUlrXl
' 'bat thereto been very fit.
4A .-it thna fa. ,. . l -.-n" I 't 1
O-k. nnnlion of that talis OB the NW
'TToxkcaBala will , be. persisted in by ihe!
Westem.delegauonf, (noepi, petnaps,
r Xhece WIU. De an intareEnua; s.
chirmadkip.: Lyman Tremaine, of Al-
J T . . , , 1-.. 1 a Af K.v
--: v j- ;nf
oh- of pOawkgc $2R
l ,,, liiteheU, of Milwaukee all
fiti r.f. bailuir resoective friends ,abd
toil' iit ho. nominated, i Detroit wiU.bftcdn-
U Vent.-kuth, the ?V?J
will nmbaUv be tendered to James
As-malL'Kto. President oi the Detrpit
RnKtnt .Trade,she has devoted much
time aad attention te the matter. , . ,
PVwiarriaee rehttitm but fight all the -time,'
I'Dw Hubbard' of' TI "
lta rrsom.'-S marry; three- of those
divoreed,' eight fcave'their -partners with
a at nrm al h v fourteen stick - to
tkietar-Vtk-atatB.'aBd Berhaps ten ouvo,
. v flw'WM4..trjJoy thenitelves.
Ui-rtv-five-. live '-I
Movement of Ohio Troops
Serious Illness of Secretary
Return of President Johnson to
Return of President Johnson to Washington.
SENATOR WADE GONE HOME
Colorado and Nebraska to be
Admitted into the Union
PAYNE'S DYING STATEMENT
Banishment of the Blockade
[Special to the Cleveland LEADER.]
COLUMBUS, July 11.
.ii icg.uioua, auiw lias
Btalioncd on Jbknson'f ' Island, iince Its.or-,
gania&tion, .arrived , at Camp JChAge for
muster-out to-day. '' 'i j
The 50th Ohio, two hundred and twen
ty mon, C?Lh,' four hundred1 and seventy
eight strong,, and tie 124th, two hundred
and seventy-sight, i left Louisville to-day
for Camp Cleveland. The 29th, four hun
dred and seventy-rive men, 74th, four hun
dred and eighty-four men, and JOth Battery
lef, tha same place, ordered to isndezvout
at Camp Denniaon. - m. j
ESCAPE OF PRISONERS.
Two prisoners' escaped from the peni
tentiary this afternoon. They were work
ing outside the waiis, and owing to a want
of vigilance on the part of the guard, they
had no difficulty in crossing the river in a
boat near them. On reaching the opposite
shore they took: bo-their heels. They .are
still at large, but will doubtless be speedily
re-capured, as they were donned in usual
prison garb. ' . . , .. -.',. .. . .
SICKNESS OF SECRETARY SMITH.
A letter from New York' this morning
announces the dangerous Sllneef of Hon.
Wm. Henry'Smi'i, , Secretary of State,
who went there with the Auditor of State
and Attorney General' to pay the July iu
terest on the Stats debt. . i !
[Special Dispatcher to the Cincinnati Gazette.]
WASHINGTON, July 10.
RETURN OF THE PRESIDENT.
The Presidential party, which left Here1
yesterday evening on a short excursion
aewnthe rotonmc, returned late last even-
Mr. Johnson 5s receiving visitors th:a
morning as usnal. - - -. ;- - -
Senator Wade having finished the re
gion of theiast sheets of tho report of the
Committee on the Conduct 'of the Wk
left for Ohid to-night.
It is. now believed that both Colorado and
Nebraska' will be admitted into the Union
at the ensuing session of Congress. The
difficulties which have interfered witi the
State organization of Nebraska are About
to be sucessfully removed. !
OUR MINISTER TO PRUSSIA.
The Hon. Joseph A. Wright, recently
appointed minister, will leave , for Prussia 1
ebout the first of August. : '
LARGE SALES OF HOUSES AND MULES.
The agents of the Qaartermaster's De
partment, during the last, week, have, dis
posed of over 10,000 mules and horses and!
2 500 ambulances anil army Wagons, be
sides a vast amount of harness, &o. Most
of' the' horsea sold Drought's) 'reasonable
flgure " Borne of the ambulances were (old
as high as seventy-five dollars.. , j
ORDERED TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY.
1 John Celestlne, a Cuban, who was arrett
ed in Philadelphia on a charge of btung
the assassin of Secretary Seward, was to
day released irom the Old Capitol Prison
on the condition that he leaves this country
within the next tea dasJ -Celestine was a
blockade-runner, who created quite a dis
play here by bts extravagant living. . He
was heard to utter threats against Secre
tary Seward, and since his arrest in Apii1
he baa been in prison.. . .
FORD'S THEATRE NOT REOPENED.
The reopening of Ford's theatre did sot
lake place this evening, as announced.
The building A as boon, closed by order!
from the War Department. ' Late thif af
ternoon a squad of Veteran Reserves again
took charge of the establishment, . and peo
ple who came with tickets to seek "admis
sion, were told that their money would be
refunded. Mr. irord looses) about' nine
hundred dollars, the expenses of scenery,
etc , by this failure. It is highly probable
that a disturbance would have taken place
had the performance been allowed to go
on, as the excited feeliugg on the subject
began to be manifested. ;
THE EXECUTED ASSASSINS.
JVSf&P&Sb Wfltjf'xAnf WW;
asked if he had any message to leave.
Payne replied : None, except that I want
to eive my love to my ' parents, and tell
them t die at peace with God and man. j I
i a m . r -
I . . wanj to live, even i
weretospare niy life. I d,
if the President
do not want U
My only regret is that in leaving the world
now I will not be able to" reward or show
any gratitude to you for your services in
mv behalf. He also taia tnai awotoh
Innocent of any attempt to murder, and at
the Herndon House, where Booth, Atxer-
ott, Herold and himsell met on the even-
inr of the 14lh.he neararAizerove aeciara
when ordered DV JJOOtn to am me T m
President, that he would not doit, ) i
All the accused whow havs made any
rft&te'nent in regard to the conspiracy,
acree that no one but Booth knew of any
Tjlnt to assassinate nnur wgna ocwta u.
thaavenina- of. the 14th of ApriL . when
3oothi at the Bernda House, disilosed the
plan and gave his directions.
The Great Libraries of Europe.
rpm iniv.arino'- it -a list of the Xuropean
libraries which have not less man buu.ouu
volumes, with the date of their foundation,
and the number 91 manusurirw, a wo..
erinted volumes, of each : '
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lmoerial l.irry .M-aaa. "ea, "f"
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Koral Ul.caiy J' rreelea. '.' ."
vS-rA 'y A.rhtary...6ottlren. 1TM. .
..I'Ij n,f I.ll.rari Darm.tadt, ln.0, 3uu,uuo
T -AaarAPpA til manuscriDts. the collection
in the Vatican Library, though exceeded
- .n.hanha Mtarsl ottATi. it the most
1 11 1 , 1 - - J .
.lntr,la in the world." Tbecaiiecuon
paintinas in AheVaticaa. in Jika manner
verTtho 4a ralae, though
goes not number more wan urty piwiaioa.
The Great Libraries of Europe. The Latest News
LAST NIGHT'S REPORT.
WASHINGTON NEWS ITEMS
( Innocence, !
Thick ana Thin Swearing to
to Prove it. " j
Bitter Fee"ng .Abonf the EijS
' entlon Among Washington!
j .-. Rebels. "iv::-
An LDdignailcn Meeting Proj acted
Convention ot Adjutant eener-
;;; "ars'ln .Boston. j
The President Visits Bear Ad-
' Bilral Dahlgren. '-'
nil, akvvtiff asvu vsa tut A at save
Uninors aboct tier Mexican
: ' Policy. ;
No More Foreign Soldiers to be
Allowed to Land In Mexico.: ;
An Army of 100,080 Men to tie
Maintained on the Hex- !
BE4DY FOR A WAK !
AN 0SDEB TO TIIS "K. G. CI."
Gen. Backlev Speaks "De
The ObHsalloiH of Secrecy
WIthdram ;; ;;!
Convention of Commercial Col-
. leges at Chicago. ,1
GOLD im SIGHT 131 3 4,
. .., -- , . ,i- ..-.!, j
1 Associated Press Bcport
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, July 11.
.The Commercial's Washington
say that Mr. Ford is endeavoring to get
Secretary Stanton to revoke the order pro
hibiting the opening 01 nis tneater., . ,
The Chronicle this morning denounces
severely Judge Wylie's action in issuing a
writ ot Habeas corpus in ju.ro. uunat..
case. ' . .
The Post's special says the Kecona regi
ment of General Hancock's Corps left this
morning for Fredericksbure. Tha Third
. .j, miV gone to clpringueld, Illinois.
Among the passengers arrived to-day,
by the Evening Star, from New Orleans,
were General J. L. Bwia and Mrs. Gener
al Banks and eon. ' - .- . . - j '
George W. Buckley, President of the
Golden Circle, has , issued an executive
general ordbr, dated in his place of con
finement, Port Warren, dune 38th, Jn
which he susnends the labors of several
departments of the Golden Circle, till J uly
1st, loTu,- wnen a, congroso ui iuo u.uo,
-will assemble in Washington with open
doors, and afterward proceed to lay the
corner stone of Saxon University. ,A11
members of military departments are re
leased from their allegiance to the order,
and from all obligations ot secresy per
taining to the same. " ! -,
I'he President makes a lengthy vindica
tion o.f the order, giving its origin, rise,
progress ana aesiiny. jj. is pnowu m ...
mn. lMilnineton Herald calls attention
to the fact that notwithstanding advertfee-
menU for laborers ax u ..,v..u.".
j-n K.,t nne or two- have responded.
u.fi -Harris of men. black and white, are
wuomu - - .,.,. ...i,.
v. loenns: auuua. u.g bhcm, -
topped there .."", , .
inglaborers. ' " 7 1 "" "" I .
DISTRESS AMONG THE INDIANS.
NEW YORK, July 11.
Piles of New Orleans paper."
contain thefollowme itoo. ; .f
It is said that the late rebel, portio.
the Cherokee Indians in the nerth-westu .
part of Texas are in great distress ana
near starvation. Their cnier, Btanoavaue,
who held a commission In the rebel army,
hat issued an appeal to the people of Texas
for assistance. .' i . i
Unto the 1st of Julv 11,480 bales ofcotton
had been received at Mobile. ' '' ' " ;
-The first mail train from Mobile to
Montgomery since the clcse ot the. wr.
left on the 1st.
Advices irom Shreveport fays that the
crops are looking well. ' ' ' '
Froedmen were still flocking" lntod the
town, and many of them were engaging
themselves to the planters. i
Cotton is arriving there slowly; brougnt
bv tneculators. ' -
The river was rlsingj with a.prospect cf
allowing navigation for a month. Several
steamboats had arrived within a week, with
FROM SAN SALVADOR.
NEW YORK, July 11.
Advices from San Salvador says . that
government has withdrawn Dr.,Beuhard,
Consul of Prussia at San Miguel, and for
bidden his return to the republic. He
was imnlicated in the rcoant rebellion, and
" President Duecas has issued an aaaress
to the army, thanking it for its sorrices in
suppressing the rebellion. - ' L '
present be strictly maintained in Ban t31-
tm nasarHirt nvutak uub w,,i .v. J
waHftr.l'-' ' '
A strong publio reeling exists agams
tUmmWt Barrias. who if believed . tne
chief instigator of the recent reoeliion.-
CONVENTION OF CON'L COLLEGES.
CHICAGO, July 11.
aanond national Convention of Com
mercial Colleges organized to-day. Thirty-
two cities in all the loyal States were rep
resented. K. 8. Folsom, of Albany, w
chosen President, and & 8. Packard,
New York, Secretary. The citiaenr, rocep
!,. tn rlel.vatM is at Brvan Hall this eve
ning. Mayor Bice wiuV preside. ' ' The.
addressof welcome will be delivered by
v n Umal of Chicao-o. 'The bast-
nets of the Convention to4ay it informal
and r, "limine. rv. ' Amon g the distinenlsh-
ed fDeakers who will address the Conven
tion daring its session, is Gov. Oglesby,
Illinois. ' ' ' '
CINCINNATI, July 11.
T4rir,o the rast few days, thirty persons
in the eastern portion, of tua city asd nine
in Newport, .JieMtucky,nave Dean poisonea
hw eatirg cheese., None of the cases have
nnWM talal. ... . . .
Tha aewsDarjers publish details -.of
murdnr of a woman and child, by robbers,
near London, Madison county unio,
week, me owner 01 me preiuiaea, ewi
naniad hv another .man., approached-
house while the robbers were ramsacking
It' and killed ail three with their revolvers.
No names given. .. .. . ,
SALE OF VESSELS.
NEW YORK, July 11.
, To-morrow there will be sold at public
auction, at the Brooklyn Navy .Yard, thir
ty tatn vessels, which have been in the
val service during the war. The list com
prises twenty-two screw steamers, eight
paddle wheel steamers and two sailing
snia 1 if - i ..... r.ti , -
NEW YORK, July 11.
Tie Richmond Whie savs in six rxmn
tied' thrcHig -whit .its informant -passed
there were.ba rrine negroes at work in the
fields, brrt tho eoonly court-houses and vll-
laaes were fall of tbetn.'' iegro men are
said to be deserting their wives,' who, with
their children, sre left a burden anon the
utrmersL:, d'i'v . J .A :j j
v.,The eom crop is small but good. O&tt
are rank and going to wreck... Wheat
goots, qrop.-.' - , ; !
NEW YORK, July 11.
Gold is almost entirely devoid ef specu
lative mdvement The demand if ohisfly
confined to the wants of importers, and
the terms are generally regular. " s i
WASHINGTON, July 11.
vessels, lately attached to
East Gulf Squadron,, were sold at, sy
West on the 28th- of June, among them
the- yacht Wanderer. ,. The squadron is
rapidly being, reduced to a small comple
ment. ' 1
PHILADELPHIA, July 11.
Jay Cooks reports the subscriptions to
the 7 30 loan to-day at t-5,106,400. The
NEW YORK, July 11.
I t, (,,.., FASHlOif COtTBSB BACSa.,
At the trotting match at Fashion Course,
yesterday, mile heats, best 3 in 6 be
tween "Brooklyn Maid" and "General Cor.
coran," "Brooklyn Maid" won in three
straight heats. Time, 2:52J. '
The Tribune's Washington special says:
When about to rise from her chair for the
purpose of being pinioned, Mrs. Surratt in
quired of her spiritual advisers what the
should tay on the scafijld, and upon being
answered, "O, nothing ; what do you desire
to say ?" replied that "I am innocent.'' :
' Mrs. Douglas, widow of the late Senator
Douglas, made two personal attempts to
obtain from the President a reprieve for
Mrs. Surratt, but in each case was denied
. . i Very bitter feeling in relation to her ex
ecution exists among juodam rebels, aad
jfjartieuleriy among the Catholics of the
fflty, who, it is rumored, intend to can a
meeting for the purpose of denouncing the
action oi the Military Commission and the
THE FIRST TRAIN.
The first through train to Richmond
left the depot of th is city via the Orange &
Alexarid ria Railroad to-day. Quite a large
party have been invited, the press inclnded,
and the affair promises to be one of consid
erable interest, The train will leave on
its return trip Wednesday morning.
Paymasters, with welUfMed chests, sre
aailv reaving for the South and West to
pay the troops.
The War Department has ordered the
assignment of medical officers, as Medical
Directors, Assistant Medical Directors ana
Acting Medical Inspectors .of. Armies.
Army 1 corps : and division discontinued
medical directors will hereafter be assigned
to the headquarters of the military and
geographical departments only. . By the
orders of the Secretary ot War no increase
of rank, pay or emoluments will pertain to
such assignments. , . ,
EX GOVERNOR SMITH.
The World's special tays One of the
evening papers earnestly calls upon the
government to, arrest ex-Govornor cunitn,
of Virginia, who is at large on parole. It
charges that even after Lee's surrender he
went to Danville, Virginia, and endeavor
ed to raise a cavalry force of 10,000 men
.'to'eontinua a guerrilla warfare,
MONEY PAID OUT.
.! finee Marchhtst $165,000,000 have been
paid to the army. - Fori several days past
the amount paid out from the Treasury hat
avflrarad iix and half millions. This
will continue for tome time.
The World't corrsp4 a, -writing
from August", G., is informed that large
qaantitios of rice are in the hands of the
planters on Cambia river- : '- .,
BELFAST, July 11.
n'Tie gjnboat ."nuiot arrireu Dw ..
. . . . - - J 1 . .
evening Won. n.iaipgrw
ONE THOUSAND VISITORS.
One thousand people visited ,the . moni
tor gauma, now here.:,! : .
Major ' Abbott and other city officers
were guestf on board the gunboats. '
BKBTDBZVonS, FOB BAVAX. APPBBSTICBt.,
" The Tioga is to be opened to-morrow as
a rendezvous for naval apprentices. ' " ,
BOSTON, July 11.
A eenvention of the Adjutant Generals
of the loyal States met to day in the Sea-
ai Chamber... General, Barker, of jowa,
was chosen President. The, roll mem
ben are as follows : Adjutant General
HavdenrN.H.Burnside, A Chandler, Mas
sachusetts ;' "R. J. Morse, Connecticnl. M.
D. Pierpoint, Western Virginia ; JUnasay,
Kentucky ; Barker, . Iowa j Andarton,
tafit (ianeiiw'rir'i-T.OTsifa A. Tnv Adm
stting,their inability to, attend..
Gen. Bishop, of Arkansas, will reach the
U,a- a.iA-kt " " -'
a v.aw ft-nm Onn. Cowan.
of Ohioi regretUng his absence, and acoom
nanying which was a.copy or tne militia
law of that State, and a statement, in reia-
tion to its working. ' -
rvi TTAnrv Lae. late of Governor
.i.fr a narafuUv ixreDared
n-r noon the miliUa system, showing
KnHa of the" examination of the views
the founders pi the Republic, and of
tary men tinea Uiat Ume, and making
..ions wmmmaulations growing out of
.nni during the present war.
. . rr- .1 : a
Gen. landssy, oi Aentucay, myw
appointment ot a committee 01 nve w
morialize Congress on fne tuojact 01 -
1 :i:ai. 1 . RanArals Llndaav.
a. 1- a ww.: Rnstail and Bsir
""""I"" " ,1 T: ,
appointed.' ' '
r a -a:
treuoraaar , -1
l. 1 ..Mon. Hnnain ana
a nmmittea m
. r . . . .,. -
tion to the appointment 01 Aojutani
erals for the'- several ; States,, as pension
1. sit..-. rJljia Af rui-in find.
1, ttenenia . xjumut -w--.
were .cnointed a committee to procure
from the' War Department master ro,
- " . i.
be deposited in the Adjutant wneraos
fieesof the several States. ,
ThaConvention joorned tul Weones-
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
FORTRESS MONROE, July 10.
im..TT.:. Qiataa steamer
' ... .. . 1 v j .
from, ot:oiT, at -v
eaouth. N. H. . The EnJrliih sloops 1
.1 k. .I-u.wka -V
:iUU BrUVf "
SUr and PetTeJ,tairiv ed, bound to Halifax
where Lhav aXfjeot,, OJiiert M return
SBflaBlLn i '- '".
PERSONAL. WASHINGTON, July 11.
' Rear Admiral Dahlgren, whose ship, this
Pawnee, has been tying hear Gfetboro; rev
eeived the Presi4t this 'flevAoott'1 with
all honor for his official-'- position; The
PretideBt'wal accompanied by the Secrej-J
tary of State, the Secretary' of the Navy,
the Secretary of War, the Secretary 'f tha
Interior, the Postmaster General the At
torney General, and How. Presto Xing,
Mr. Gording, - Marshal of the District qf
Columbia, Admiral Smith, Captain Dray
ton, Paymaster Bridge, -, General Muiset,
the President's Secretary- Wm. 1'axtcn,
chief clerk of the Navy Department; Oof
Forney, and a number of other gentlemeij,
together with ladies. The party took the
Geranium, at Seventh , street 'wharf, and
upon reaching the Pawnee , were receive
by the offioers in full dress., The President's
salutewas fired, the marina band played
national airs, the yards were manned, and
all the ceremonies of a man-of-war weije
performed. .-The President , then in
spected the ship, and the sailors went
through their evolutiojwitbeni.
the Admiral, after, which the-party reem- -barked
and took a short turn down the
riveryrecemnu salutes from the Doa, the
flag-ship of tha Potomac flotilla, and seve
ral vessels of the rqaadron. 'Admn-al
Dahlgren will now strike his flag, and the
Pawnee tail for Portsmouth, .N. H and
go out ef commission. - :i j r I
Daring the last week there hat been' re
leased from prison stations one, Lieutenant,
eighty-tour non-commissioned officers anil
five hundred and ten privates, mating tne
total of those discharged by. President
Johnson 43,390. There are nonetrnt sick
ones left. ' ' " ',.;: ., , ' . ' I 0
The Constitutional Union published an
affidavit of John P. Brcphy, who tays he
could have it proved, if ha were allowed,
that Weichman is, and always was a cow
ard, according to the. words of his father,
That since the trial cloud he had admitted
that he was a liar. . But a abort .time. it-
Ion the murder Weichman introduced
Atzerodt to him as a particular friend, and
the same day he and Atzarodt were riding
together on Booth's horses. . Brophy says
he can bring; other and new witnesses te ,
prove his intimacy . witu--oumsti, a,
that since the. . trial Weichman told
Brophy Mrs. Surratt wept bitterly at the
thought of John geing to Richmond, arid
implored him to remain at home and not
bring trouble upon' himself ' and family.
That once, while some men were at the
house, Mrs. Surratt called John (her aoi)
aside, and Baid: "John, I am afraid thereat
something going on ; why do those- men
come here now; John, I do hot feel safe
about this, and you must tell me what you
are about.", Brophy asked Weichman If
John told her, and -Weichman replied:
"John did not and would not" Since the
close of the trial, Weichman offered to give
Brophy a letter to President Johnson in
Mrs. Surratt'f favor provided ' Brophy
would keep it a profound secret Brophy
asked Weichman to give him a similar let-
ter to Judge uoit, ana ne repiieu, -.xw x
will not write to him because l nave no
confidence ia Holt" ' ' j
''Brcphy further says that "Weichman had
him summoned to testify to hit character,
and. afterwards remembering, as Brophy,.,
supposed, that his testimony would injure
him fBrorjhv) for about half an Bour ito
leave the Court, and besought the tub-o
cert of the place to urge him to go, so that
he would not be placed upon the witness
itand.---" ' " " '"' i -
These and other, things were sworn toby
John P. Brophy, on the Tlh intt. j
The Conttitutional ' Union further tayt
Gen. Hartsnff on Friday wrote in substance
to the President, a short time before the
The prisoner Payne just told me th;at
Mrs. Surratt was entirely Innocent of the
sssassination of the ; President, or any
knowledge thereof. He also states that the
had bo knowledge whatever of the abduc
tion plot, that nothing was ever said te ker
about it, and that her' name was never
mentioned by the parties connected there
with .. i ... .
THE TRIAL OF MISS HARRIS.
: An additional number of intensely loving
utters were read on Mary Harris' trialjto-
.a .Un aammal ' daMd - Bectemser,
day, anw 0rMnWQOa. the lat-
i "j . rr;nA tr, mt him
ter requwawug w, a.
. J . . . .. v. 1 1 . T '
at a uian.yu.auiu uvum , .
Devilin, in whose store the accusev,, ;
cTerk, testified to the eraey effect the base
proposition had on the mind or miss aar-.
ris, as well a the circumstances wnicn in
duced Burroughs, whom Miss Harris kill
ed, to become the author of Such letters.j :
Ex-Governor John Letcher was
from the Old Capitol prison last night, by
direction of President Johnson, on condi
tion that he would go immediately to kit
home in Virginia, and he gave hit paaole
to remain there, tubject to the orders of
the President J
aDDointment of Solicitor and
Advocate General of tne jNavy Jjepart-
Imant and becretary . vtaua nas apptwatea
SnranoB P. J.'HaTwite Chief of the Bureau
- 1 of Medicine and Surgery of the Navy Da-
partment. . j.x-Ajr.gau.0. z
jerran, 01 new -ri r
Consul at Chinkaking, k.nina.
- 1 on hnndred and twenty-three patents
a r. . .
ware issoed UKlay by tne vommHv-
of I Patents. '
NEGRO WOMAN SHOT.
NEWBNRN, N. C. July 7.
..V.l . ... . . L II tl. 1..!, bvaa
- 1' MiM waelv. o Jiockyille, Norta Caro
, I11.. .hot a negro woman, through the
1 heart) oh the 2d inst, wunw
1 eng4ged m controverty witn . ner, .aw
OUR MEXICAN POLICY.
NEW YORK, July 11.
yw 1 to tna poucj, v,. .
Mexican question. .Tha.story csmet
First, That tne 1..
enters , -- - 7
I Vaot, them there to act aB a corps of
virta. .A tn Ainrcisa such physical
I WeM; aa-M
Atpeciat spaw w "
I -.. ...taTnanfava-Amade
. v, . in . . ,
, imA varv lujuui wi..
rela - in semi-official circles to-oay u "B-
I. ... . -i: IV. MivarnnMIlt fl&
1 snAh a ntna mat il csuuvi wwm a
- I frAitlVl. and U. . . .
a- I -a ,v,a. VAiort AaatriUL OT UjXVIEU
w m Ta-rvia. af Maxi
w- so oier -uj
milian to oe .ana !r'Z
jwrtairea, tnat gover a. ,. --,-B -
I ed In Texat an army cx iw,vw aa.
- " .w. ..i.f:!
taTtatV I aaMAl VtaaUliril aTaBa BWIIIIiemn.. Wa
r UBVW- saw. aye,aa "
eel the withdrawal, cf tta : Emperor
Maximilian " from -Mexico. This
hat been, to dltpoded tbiV 'tt, pverthadowt,
srpexiany B the Rio Grande, the MaBlcaa
frontier, and keeps the foreign levies of the
new Emperor in an incessant state of ap
prehension. '1 a collision should eome,
the United States would have at hand a
'force sufficient' to maintain its' dignity and
make reprisals. , lh transfor of a rebel
battery to the Imperial General ilijia is
another. - matter . sow , occupying official
attention, and a full and searching investi
gation it being mada into the. matter of the
alleged saia. : Gen. Slaughter did dispose
f rebel battery to the Imperialist. As
-stated,' "Jit -wiil, ' be : demanded and
obtained; ' . It is ajiderstood that 12,000. or
1 1B,69D ceBfederrtes are in the Mexican ser
' vice? hear the Texas border, and it is de
finitely settled that if these are trouble
some they will be prmished, even if pur
suit should threw oor armies across Jhe
CAIRO, July 11.
A number of bales of cotton arrived to
day for reshipment East AUo two hun
dred and twelve for St Louis and four
hundred and fifty f i Evansville.
NEW YORK, July 11.
GoleV firm at 134X. .
.iBtoeks strong. , . . .
New York Central, ; Erie, 80;; ; llud
son, 111; Beading, 101 ; Old Southern t
Pituburgh, 60; Rock Island, -i--;
North Wee tern, j North 'Weslern pre
ferred, ; Fort Wayne, 100; Maripcsa,
; Prairie du Chien 41 ; Canton- i4 ;
Cumberland 5; Quicksilvur oX.. ,
Yesterday Evening's Edition.
FROM NEW YORK.
FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, July 11.
The Herald's correspondence from South
ern Virginia, represents society and indus
trial affairs' in that region' still in a very
erode condition, consequent to a consider-
able extent to the plan tors. Much annoy
ance is thereby caused to the military au
thorities in their etljrts to adjust the dilh-
culties between the parties. The planteis
in- many eases are disposed to insist -on
their authority to puLi.h. the negroes .for
their . disobedience. Numbers of the
latter de not y at considt r that free lorn does
not mean idleness, and therefore the plant
ers are disposed to protect their planta
tions. -. - . - .
With regard to the loyalty to the feder
al gcvernment of the white Virginians,
our correspondent expresses the cpinion
that it is not ot tne genuine t pe. - rey
admit that they have been overpowered
aad forced to yield, but they do not express
regret for their reoellion, and tbey still
eling to their old sentiments of Blavary, re
garding labor as disnonoranie, ana cannot
yet understand that a new order of things
is established, in which he that would pios
per must work.
. Xswope rs etill being mustered out of
service in the Department of Virginia in
large numbers. ', '
Mr. Borden, Attorney General of Vir
ginia, under Governor Pterpont, has sub
mitted aa opinion regarding who will be
qualified- to exereife tne aleuiva franchise
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in which he says Uiat all adult -wbita eati
sens, six months resident in a county, who
have not. held office under the rebel Gov
ern meat, and who are not excluded by
the President s amnesty proclamation, may
vote on taking the catn ot allegiance. .
. In one county ot the atate a man hat of
fered himself as a candidate for sheriff,
who urges as a recommendation in his fa
vor that ha served fuur years in the rebel
lne steamship .evening star irom .New
Orleans the 4th msttnt, arrived at this
port at an early hour this morning. .
General Sheridan naa issuea an order
notifying refugees from Texas tha. the
United States troops were now in posses
sion ot that State, and that they en re
turn to their hemes with security, and re
sume possession of their property. The
order also notifies the people of Texas that
no home guards or armed bands for seif
proteotion will be permitted in the State, as
the military forces of the United States
will be sufficient to protect their persons
All acts of the Governor and Legisla
ture of Texas, since the passage of the or
dinance of secession, are declared illegiti
The World't Washington special says
that it is now regarded quite certain that a
special military commiaeion will be insti
tuted in a short time for the trial of Jeffiir
son Davis on a charge of complicity in the
assassination cf President Lincoln. The
discovery of additional evidence involving
JJavu, im said to De tne cause ci tne transier
of the case from the civil to the military
tribunal.' In this connection it may be
added that Professor McCullough the rebel
inventor of a way for overcoming certain
difficulties, supposed to refer to the rebel
plots to burn cities, as alluded to in the
evidence OI tne late conspiracy u-ia., .was
brought here to-day and lodged safely in
prison. ' '
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Ane coniessor ui Are. ourra amst. -u.r.
Walters, not revealing her contention, says
that as God lives, Mrs. Surratt was inno
cent of the murder of President Lincoln,
or of any intent or conspiracy to murder
- The Herald's Washington special tays
that a report has been received at the Bu
reau of Kefugees, Freedmen and Abandon
ed Lands, on the subject of the outrages
committed upon the negro. The report
states that prior to the dissemination ot our
troops through the interior of the South,
many tlaves were hunted, shot down and
left in the woods, while endeavoring to
reach our lines. This accounts for their
bodies being found there. Since the cessa
tion of hostilities this business has stopped,
there are however still some instanced of
cruelty, but the mj jrity of the peopta ap-
willing to ODy ute aumoruy oa mo
United i Commissioner of Indian
W. B. Do.-, and Judge Coolev. of
Affairs, has resign, to the position.
Iowa, has been appuiuU. -uin out of
The limes sajs me miutu - .
General Wright's Provisional Corp.
tinguisbes the Army ot the rolomac as an
The Army oi tna xennessee ia aiso ex
tinct, the 4th Corps being the only one
now m existence. General Wood has jjst
sent to the Department of the Gulf the
13th ; uenerai oieei "
16th", General A. J. Smith is in Alabama;
the 23d garrisons North Carolina, atifler
General Buger j the 21 ah garrisons Vir-
gone to 2.i2.iStJiPtai nioauy coioreu, on
are all freatly redicej iTnim e ?'P
store to former reoeis tne connjcated ana
abandoned lands set apart by the govern
ment for the use of freed men ana rutiareee,
and. kas finally concluded to leave thejvliole
tubject to tha decision of the couxta. t
teases OA mnumanibjr w uciroui are uou
stantly reported to General Howard as oc
curring in the Interior of the Mouthern
States, irlanters nave Deen Known to ad
minister from one hundred to three .hun
dred lashes to tneir former slaves of both
sexes. . .' ' ! "
CINCINNATI, July 11.
'An 'enthusiastic Union mass meeting
was held at Lexington, Kentucky : yester
day. Speeches were made by Mr. Kasson,
Ot Iowa, ana uenerai r . at. j.,a,r, urging
the adoption of the Constitutional Amend
A special to the Gazette sayt Governor
Brownlow, of Tennesse, has issued a proc
lamation declaring iranctiise law the su
premo law ot auo Ljiaw, aniA uwiuuuuuj ao
rebels those who attempt to oppose its ex
ecution. He calls upon the civil authori
ties to arrest persons, who, under the pre
tense of being candidates for Congress, are
advising people to nullity tne constitution
and the law and stirriag np rebel lion and
A NashvLUO, despatch to the Commer
cial announces the arrest of Elheridge, at
' . I Colnmbus, Kentucky, by the commandant
of thai post, for the delivery ef incendiary
: tpeache. in lennesse.
CINCINNATI, July 11. SERIOUS ASSAULT.
LOUISVILLE, July 11.
obser. wa ,B&iled while going homeward
. vMpveveti.1 Internal iieveaua Cillec
aVEd I on Saurday evening, at 11 oclocfc, by
. tSrae man ii the garb of soldiers, one of
I- , , lak, - KwiMaw ktiAfttrarl a
whom, with a boulder, knocked ia several
of his teeth, inflicting a atrioas .wound.
Mr. Speed thinks their intention wad rob
Itry,,, Speed it doing well.