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' CLEYELAXD LEADER,
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Jvt.v. Mifand tov fluriir. i Marmiiur or 1m
aCf SO OHM r VMS.
' rLFVLAXT YlCAPIR COMPAHT.
FIREWORKS ! FIREWORKS
Wholesale aid Retail.
WE MANTJTACTITKE ODE OWN
ft Fi reworaa, which are eckeowledged to be
THE ' BEST IX THE MARKET,
Aul are prcparrd to fnrniah the iuf at
WHOLES ALE" AXO RETAIL,
t On tbaaV favorable wrw.8.
O. A. SHEPARD & CO.I
-Art rioting out fh.tr atlre Mack of
-esOBBATLT EEDCCID PBIOXS, ruoiUtla ol I
JParlor and Chamber Sets.
Telw-a Tete, Sofas, Lonnges,
Tables, Chairs, 4c .
la abort trrmj ttoiirsbl Tavrietyof fMlitonkble
id wire. Vteumt ll thot drjtroo-. orpor-
haul or w call mo4 oxuiiie thaM rood. it will
bo tlx lavtt ot'portnuitr of gdttiae our cnstooi made I
Bfit Sixty laja.
.Oar ttors N. 131 Water afreet, will be for
Kcot oo or aeoat tie flret daj or Jan. neat.
cmm) 15 d sauiREpmos.
SUHTMEHToa hand at LOWEST PEI0K9.
ki piaau. from a Bamber of tbr Crit-cLu.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
B. BIAIXiKD Jk BOX,
r J4M ' WarMwoaw xa gaprlor Strot.
Eeldcn, Clarke & Wilson,
WBOLKaaXK ASS AETAIL
Booksellers & Stationers,
CKPOSITOBT OF THB
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY,
And Tract Societies
I OKI UK US . IKAKSfOmilOI CO,
. F OBI9, . . . '.
Will aarlDK tta. pnanit atatoa raa thair wall
aaowa aao ..yniar lower
nasT ruuei (u kew steam em
I ' . BaeutAaLY umn '
jdensbargh, Cape Tlneeit Oiwego,
CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, DETROIT, MIL
WAUKEE AND CHICAGO,
Toaehlas at Intoraiodlate Porta.
IoubmUu at Ogkiubar.1i with aa. Ballroada fot
U,t(, rortlaod, LiOwdl. LavepE
Eart, Mancbttn-, tloacortr Vsnritor,
ritchbarKb, Bllow. rail..
it Can. VtaoABt with th. Bailroad for Kew York.
at G.wffo with a Lta. of ant claa, Canal Baata
lor Albany, Troj ana Hew York and with
the Bail Boad and Oanal Liaai at all
W eater. PorU.
Buaawr. lear. Cbrralaad for
TOLBIW) D.MLT; for DETROIT, MILWArKIt
and CHICAGO, erer, TUESDAV, THLRo
DAT and KATDKDAT, and Trl-Weekl,
for OS W EDO, CAPE VINCENT and
VThruaah Treif ht mbject Co hot a
. M raaa,
I No. I A.tor
Jobs Bocai.o, Ho. I
I. Hia.ta. f Hobk.N Y.
Gbo A. Xddt, Oc
.BBhwrch, R. T.
A. r. BBiTB.Oap.Tia-
O.BU N. T.
. B.I.D. 7rrl.t. KI.
iaaaxa Atueaw, O.we
(o, . T.
Talbbb, H.TBa A Co.,
tt J. Iiu, MilwaakM. I
N. J. BoDiia, TMroit.
a. J. Howa, Chicago.
FaEJfCH, CBILlkS atfw,
MoftOtjK. PaaMmar Aeant, Clreland,
HAIR DYE, &C.
I bmim, Oelden,
Flaxen, aad ftilken.
Cl'KLa prodaced by
tb swe of Prof. !
U'HEVEL'X. One ep
curl th aoet strarfit and etabom hair of eith
er sex into wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls,
tne totea need by the fashionables of Parte and
london, with the muat gratifying reeotta. Does
m injery so the htir. Price by mail, sealed and
Mtpaid, fl. Deacriptive circulars mailed free.
AMrees, BEBOKR, SdrTTS A CO.,CbemisU, No.
S6 BlvrTfrtreet. Troy, M. T. Sols agenta for the
Batted (state. mayl:S6-d-triAW
forced to crow npon
the smoothest face 1a
from three tofive weeks
by ntine Tr. HhVlQ-
I ha taaoBt wottderfnl
Hsoovery In modem science, acting upon the
leara ana nairisi an winne. mnvi;uii.uai iumb" .
X has beea weed by tete elite of Paris and Loo Jon
fish Sate moat Bakserins srnscees. Nantea of all
nrchaeera will be registered, and if enti ra satis
nctlon ia not givea In every inataaee, the nsosey
rill be ceteerfolly re4nnded. Pries by maiU eeai
d and postpaid, $1. Descriptive circulars and
sstimoniais mailed free. Address BKBOEB,
BtiTTdAOO., Okeaaisss, Bo. AM Brrerstreet,
-foi M. T. BeW strata fee tms United sHaiea.
rOUPKBFf L BUT TRUR, MilAHI
REMINGTON, the world xeaowned Aatr-4-
giat aad Sosmaambulwlic Clairvoyant, while in a
SnUJHl MM, HiiB-ad mm www j -aiww w
person ya an to Marry, aad by th ed of ea
lsxsmetuof iatensa newer, fcnwwm ee the Pey
ctaiotrope, gnaraLtees to prodnoe a psrfcpt aad
II -like iMdareof th fa in re iMsbaad aad wife f
1 applicant, Wkth date of marriaire, oecnaSwCiosk,
Ving trail of character, Ac Tuts ia ao lapo
tea, as teotisaaaiaJs wit heat aamberrnanssert.
Bstating place of birth, age, disXwssiaa, eotor of
weai haisii sai swatistBg-Bfty- ewwtn, wad
wmaed envelope addrsased M yea reel f, yoa will
aeeive the picture ah satssra mata, together with
set red tnforxeatton
Address in oafidnafxs ADA ME GEBTBCDB
JtMlNOTOW, P.O. Box 7. Vs4ttrF.H. 1
mmi t rr ' e-iw
PATENT OFFICE AGENCY
f iiTia btitis ass remsi :
nm cmcE agkct
iara nzasaraa ta-tr,aa,at 'hawaiai awah
trtption mU to lnrenUo... Itrawta, Oa
a, atMotaaaaioaa, Vaunwi. refrhnaawta, aaal
pawoat uwBV .eanib mm m
iBj Aaawtlll Allium lar Hmjif'
. J Js L 'J U i i O
VOL. XX-NO. 152.
I0M AKD 1 U1LF YARliS WIGH,
One Dollar & Seventy fire tents,
HOW SELLING P'fK OKI DOLLAR.
I. 1. SHLRW0UD.
TRANSFOM ATION !
pentitiona of antiqaity are only "food
laughte." at the preeeit day, and yet thie ia
accompli net. witn tne am or ecunco. jr nun.
: grey, sandy or red hair If
Chan -red la a Moment,
the rlcheit conceivable black or brown, by a
pie application of
aTaaBbetan-d bj J. CHBISTAD3BO, C Aslor
Hona, Hew Yrk. Fold br irnCTljlB. ArDlied
.11 uair urea-.ra
MEASOXS WHY THE
Hadctl HAUHA.H, MANN.
IS TOE VIST.
It ia maJeoa ILe beat principle, lta frame i
compoaid of f OLID PLATK5. No jar ran inter
with the ham. on y of Ua working and no feud-
ahock can da mag o its machinery. Kv. r)
ii made and finiahed by michinry (i :aelf fa-
for ita novelty, aa well as for Ua tffctiT-
and is therefore proper y mule. The wtch
'what all mechanism ehco'd ba ACCVKATE,
PL I, STRONG AND ECONOMICAL. Ex
cept wma high grades, too costly Dr general net-,
foreign watches are chiefly made by women and
Such watches are composed of several hnn
dred piocae, screwrd and riveted together, and re
constant repairs to kp them in any kini cf
All persona who have carried "anrtt,"
lepiea" and "XngHsh Patent Levurs, are jx r
fectly well aware of the troth of tliia statcmr.t.
At the beginning of ear enterprise, more than
years ago, It was our first object to makoa
thoronghty good low pried watch for tho million,
take the place or these fore ten inpoiitioas the
of for Ign factories which were entirely
uaaaleabie at home and perfectly woi-ihlee vrry-
well we have accomplished tnie may be nu
ratood from the fact, that after so raany yeara
paWte trial, we now make MBC THAN HALF
ALL TOE WATCHISSOLDINTHKL NITAD
STATEA, and that no others have ever given each
versa! sat ii taction. While this department of
baaiaeea is continued vlth increaeed facilities
perfect work, we are at present encaged in the
fact are of watches of the very HIGHEST
QCADE KNOWS T0C81 OROMETRT, uo- a si
ted by anything hitherto made by onraelvea, and
snrpasned by anything made in the world , For
pnrpoas we have the aftplest facilities. We
erected aa adlitiaa W oar mda bvilding
expressly for this branch of onr baainesa, and
tiled it with the best workmen in our ser
vice. New machines and appliances have been
construct ed, whiib perform their work with c;n
iibmU delicacy and exactness. Tbs choicest
most approved materials only are na-d and
efasilenge oompariaon between thta grad of oor
and the finest imported chronometers. We
not pretend to tell onr watches for less mokey
foreign watches, but we do assert without
of contradiction that for ths same mo dot onr
product Is incomparably superior. All onr watches
whatever grade, are fully warranted and this
warrantee Is good at all t mes against na or our
inaH parts of the world.
CAUTION. The public arc ontl .ned to buy
of respectable dealers. All pTBini setting
comterfiits will bo prosecuted.
BOBBINS A APPLETON,
Agents for the American Watch Com pan v.
jegaqmPaW 188 Itroadwfiy, jv. V.
N0TUK TU BBICKXAKEKS. Pro-j
po als will be rec.Kefi by the nodttreined at
uteouosoi HOalry, CUUio V-o., until the IO1I1
Jniy, for making about three million of hard
brick, del it red on Caae avenue. One mil
lion to be delivered by the first of NovemW, is'.,
delivery to oemmeneo the atth of July, l-6, bnl-
on or before the first of August, 1S'7.
UW.VOt t. J. SI hKKI'N.
FOR LAKE SUPERIOR.
staunch and elegant pas-
MINERAL B0CEwm.hJobi( McKay, Blaster.
leave oar Dock for POBTAOE LAKE and in
Saturday, Jane 30th, at s o'clock p. m.
For freight or passage appy to
UABBETaK)N A CO., Agents.
SAFES AND SCALES.
Forsyth's ScIex I
Warranted D. S. Standara.
OVER 150 y&rietie adapted to everj
FORSYTHS' COPT1NG PRESSES
Warehouse Trucks ft Sugar Mills,
HABYTVS PATElfT (Alnm aad Dry FlaiMr)
Fire, Barclar and Damp Froot
Bank., Hnrhast., Ac. Abo eteaut HOUSE
SAFES ia arylei of fnrnitore, lor Plate and Jow
BSYTH A WEST LAKE,
T Water 8tiMt.
CALKS i Him KSTAIIUD.
We ban oonpetent tScvbAiuce ia oar emplfie
the pnrpoee of repalria.:
W ALKS SAJTK, I.Ot'KS. ETC, -
JvA to do all kinds of work ia-oor bac
aaort notice and rt-a- le ter-n,. Alt work
warranted. - FOBriTTH A W E3TL A R K,
wiisirsJ agnate for foray th'saoaleeaaa Marvin1
try Vs,uf at - wot
. aoatlnaa, h aW. aarraraal aatiataotioa la th
prftawlaa), aa itt Baaacaw vara.
Bona, BBUdin(. .-,
asa. It a, t. th. adraatare-of alL alu. mett
aaeaaw aa the af .Mrhtl. eoorvrned, t dnl
i oa. af acwawwtodaad rioll,. Blah-, to talw
awioa. t alaa aroU BMottaaaM af dlatiatl and
r ititaaed B-mswra smd Bwiia-wiiw- .nin.,
hMtFaecy Oassisaeres Imported, Cloths and Dos,
attanafsaa waeal msaremctars, at retmiarmar-
IBS 4i lr BuyAtlM Mrastf
f A TT ,Y LEADER
FKIDAY, JCSE 29, 1866.
Us?" For Evening Edition Set
ter For Morning- Edition Sewi
fi. M. Pkttescill A Co- Kewsnaiier Ad'
vertising Agency, 37 Park Row. New York
and 1U Slate street, Boston, are agent for
the Leader in those cities, and are agents
tora'l tco newrpapera in tae united States
and Canada. TiiAy are authorised to take
advertisements at the aame rates that we
tharG r-t this office.
G U c'.oalast night at 15:
Pnnran, 8liArtnan A Co., of Ktw York, are
agents for tho loan offonr miilicm to the Foje.
l)?Gi:uter C.ae-al DrUDison i at Colombns on
a biipf Tia't.
Mfj t Josli l J. raJ, of tL 9th U. 8. Iaf.,
di-tl last wet-k ia California.
Tiio Troy, N Y , p ipors rcpart a case of cholera
in that city.
upTi-sb U to Ukt- a rt:pi fur tao wix-k", com-
mfnriu Jut, 1.
Six tlHjQsaiid tonri:s leare thij country for Ea
Th Coi,'.rl II oust of E-preiitatiT'S yeotprday
rat ifi- "I ih'.' Cotit itnt'cna! Amcadmeut.
Two la-iif-a rre killed by lightuiog Jariug
tbUMl'T-fltorm iu Maine, yt stf-rdsy.
Mi.jor D. V . Ikhooea, of Dt law are, Ohio, baa
app; iiiti d Indian Aont for the I'tah Dintrict
Ih lute freshet in the Kansa Hirer swept away
tli r it ttior:'-s bloBcinj: to .he Union Ptcific Kail-
W. L. BrfickWAy. a eUtioo agent at Kcnoha,
WistnLsio, wm kill'-d by a train at that place day
Tiurtiva T-f-rt.nB dii-d from Ktarvatiou and pri
vation in Vir York rity dn.rin; ths week ending
A Halt iid-.re bauk ws roLU-d of $S(J,0jU on Hon-
Jy iiiht. The robbv-ra eacnih.-d. Owisg to pru
dvLtial ti af ciii the name of the bank ii notgir&n
G.m i ii'ir h'lvauii, of Mattjrlasd, drclincs calling
in ex'ra -e,on of the Legiiilatare to act npon Uio
stoLf-cuUtrs' striae in Chicago has tcrmi
, luot t of Ih" men resuiuing work at the old
It i- caid that FIjicucc
htiugale will accom
jtany Caril Idi s volenti
s in the approaching
Mjor G e, tL-' frmr commandant atSaliatbnry,
North Carolina, has heea acquitted Ly the Com-
mission te fore whom hs was brought for trial.
A torus. lc jiasned over AugnstaGa., yesterday.
blowing down h'-u-.ea and w ounding a number of
A ciiv. iitii-n of c t:oa j.lanters is to meet at
Kat-ltTiili- in Siiit.-mU.r, to consider the subject of
lab?r and other matters of interest.
Mr. Lu Wa:k. r, of NVw Haven, Conn., U a
lucky man. lit has jat fallen heir to an estate
ogl D'l valnej at thirty-five millions of dollars.
ieneral Ost-rLaas had his pocket .fcktsl on the
Jersey City cars from Waahington, the other
mormns, a ( was passing through thu train. The
rojnit-s got r.'inthir!g over HV.
1 ho t'oi-Mi t itixfo of Memphis have taken atep
a proj-or c-k-bration of the Fourth of July.
ci:i7-ni r;f H. ,--nn, Ark , have also made nr-raLg-
iu- nts ft r t!.c obi.jrvaaee of the day.
A billiard match between Thomas Foley, the
present cliAiyi'ion nf Illinois, and Joseph Vormukn,
piayi-d at Chicago Tuahday night. The former
coring 1J -u pciuts to his opponent 1000.
The IJ rala of Dipartmcnts, in answer to a reso
lution of Cuiigroari, stale that they have no person
lluir emji'oy who has assisted in the rendition
puWIr hoTtois to living or dead rebels.
Brevet Brimdier-General Powell, Inspector of
theFrrV-dtnen's Bureau for the District of Virginia,
miJo a r pott, tho substance of which ii fur
nished by telegraph.
A parly of boys flhicg in tho canal in Cinclu-
day before yesterday, discovered io tho water
Ivd-aack 6 vd up tightly and tied at one sod,
!ich, rjMi I-eiii pjned, was found to contain
bo.ly o:'a wontiu, identified aa J a tie Uoimao,
tixty. Shelmd committed sulridtt.
8,3 in-1 rriwuee Ii,diaa, encamped a mite nod a
from tlnniliu, have Leen shamefully atraiied
a party of roughs from the city. The chief wa
territily N-t, n ami Iih ornaments torn off. Ui-
recovery is d bif.il. The cause of Hie on t rape i
News from C.i iiornia states that a fiarht took
in Arizona b.-tween sodio fiiendly Indians
d tho A..i- b(?, in wliiih the latter mt sixty
and twenty wounded. Eizht hundred While
M.mnlain Indian receive rations from the Gov
ernment at Fort Goodwin.
Eiizalvth, N. J., Utvs been the scone of little
diolera excit merit. Ttventy casos and nine deaths
resulting f n iu wLat is called that disease havo oc
curred tin re. Tli? police have taken charire of tho
Elected dtitiict, barricaded the streets, burned
bedding, etc., of patients, and the progress of
epi.b mil- has been checked.
Ureal excitt-uint ,tc vails in Vayettevillo, in thff
of M.iuliun, Onondaga oianty, over the sup
posed '.ii"ort!nj of more than frty persons in that
iltae. It -porta w.-re in escalation that the
cludera had broken out there, but upon iuvestiga
ti the c.ine of th-) stekness was traced to soms
s rold l y a merchant in the village. Th
deaths from the poisoning- already nu niter two,
several ethers are no expected to survive.
ite aeciUotJ from SaU Lake give an account of
trtm-'it.lou rain, hiil and snow storm, which
pa.Hei over a large portit n of that Territory dur-
the first week of Juj.e, destroying the early
atot raising niany of the streams to flood
hiht. Sn..w fell in some places to the depth of
foot and a half, and on the mountains it was
t'wo to throe f ot .le:p. The depth of water
ahiclt tho snow ajl rain occasioned, was over
roe and a hlf incher on the level.
As tho hoatod trni approaches, excur
in swircli of pleasure or he&Jth W-
popular. Tho wealthy citizen goes
Europe, hut the majority of thoso who
a Lruf respite fronisthe treatl-mill
bu;intfs makf less ambitious trips.
There is &n anomaly about this esciLrrion
that would be hard to explain.
would suppose that IScw Englanders,
livo almost within sound of the
ocean, would prefer to make their annual
piirimrigoto tfco West, and that Western
would delight in nothing to much
a vUit to tho u fait sea wave" ; but the
Yankee stupidly Tushes to tho familiar
coast, and tho Westerner finds attractions
further West or XorUiwest, Sucb ar
contrarieties of hums. a nature. And
p.nce we do not turn our faces toward
sunrise, these summery days, it is well to
to Lake Superior- Accommodations
first-class boats ara somewhat better
tho ordinary daoly fare of moat
housekeeper?, and then there are music,
piscatorial amusements, and tr&fiic ad
libitum with the sayaryigeous Indians of
La lcllc fiVl Miobniinaacldnac. But
excursionist should go farther than
Superior. He should ci oss v-erland to St.
Paul, and return by way of the Mississippi
tircr, or vice versa. The season of the
year, the beauty of the country through
which the Father of Waters passes finer
Ahe rhinelacd and ,tho historical
ttssoci&iions connected with the scenery,
bambino to make A trip on the rirer most
interertinir and instructive. From St
Jni? cTiQ of the oldest settleTBents made
v tho French Biissionaries, to the Falls
St, Anthony, the tourist who has stu
died tho :irly history of the Kississippi
Vallev meets at almost every berLfcrthe,
river somctahmgthat brings theholdy pst
dovrntotnlivrngpresrat. The ''painted
rock'VAt.yUtoa recalls the superstitious
fears of the aboriginals; fit the month of
Illinois river h must '1ak tne
inflomita'aile TcouTagc,, the sad trfnl and
adder fate isJU St$c$-4 P "Moines
will remember- that there white men
first trad 'thewilof .Tom, nimUe4
the banner of Christianity for the first
t;mn f thn nta rnnflf AI iaein.
- - a 3 r it .
and luxurioualy furnished modern steam-
boat plows the water swiftly past the
mouth of the AVisconsin at Trairio du
Ohinn ft, ill ..nfl Mm that nearlv two
hundrod yeara ago this very month of
June, when the islands in the river and
the hills on shore were clothed with ver
dure as rich . aa now, " the gentle Mar-
" quette and his companion Joliet glided
"down tho Wisconsin in a simple canoe,
" and with a joy they could not express
"entered tho great river." Further up.
at Lake Pepin (the "Lake of Tears,") ho
will recall, as the origin of its romantic
name, the deliberations of the Indians who
had there mado prisoners of some early
voyageurs, whether to put them to death
or hold them in captivity, happily doing
the latter ; and at St. Anthony's Falls our
tourist, having bid adieu to his steamboat,
can look at the rock on which the emblem
of Christianity and the arms of France
were rudely engraved by the first ex
plorers, and, if he pleases, imagine that
their chosen patron saint still watches
over the scene. All thinjrs considered,
we know of no inland route for the sum
mer tourist where more of pleasure and
instruction combine to relieve the monot-
sny and add to the interest of a trip,
than this; and we advise thoso who are
preparing to pass the summer Folstice on
the wing, to try it
The Congressional Canvass.
To the Editor of the Leader :
Will vou allow an outside ob
server, no is neither olnce-holiier,
oiGcc-seeker nor a politician in any sense
xcept so far as it is consistent with a
plain business man interested in the
commercial and manufacturing interests
of tho city, and in the great public ques
tions which involve our national pros
perity, to bo a politician to give fiis
views on tho Congressional question as it
now presented to this District.
We start out with the proposition that
the people of the District are under ob
ligation to no man. 3Ir. Spalding at a
very advanced age is sent to Congress.
Asking for a renomination, as the cus
tomary endorsement, it is granted him,
and ha serves a second term. Wo do not
think, however faithful Ho hare
been, that ho would himself claim to have
performed any such signal service, that
this District had been laid under such
further obligations, that he has any perpe
tual claim upon tho office. In the emolu
ments and honor of the position, and tho
opportunity it gives to subserve the in
terest of friends, tho District and he may
assumed to ho at least even and acquit
each other in their mutual obligations.
Sor is the District under obligxtiont to
Mr. Parsons. In official positions in the
city, as Master and Speaker of the Ilouse,
a valuable public officer at a foreign
port, as Collector of the District, ho has
served the interests of the city, State and
National governments faithfully and well.
a lawyer and scholar he has been
known to bo able, cultured and eloquent
as a legislator manly, sagacious ana ct-
cient as a business manager nonest,
capable, and in every" way to be relied
pon. On tne great questions wnico nave
?italed the country for the past live
years, he has been sousjd to the core. And
letter to Judge Boiton, of February,
18G1. lately republished in your paper,
when as Speaker of tho Ilouse of Repre
sentatives he refused to voto in favor of
the Peace Congress entering a manly
protest airftinst askinz an insulted nation
stultify itself by foniiine the faces of
malignant traitors with olive branches
will forever stand on reccrd as a political
document which for forecast, fearlessness,
logic, and the eloquence which comes from
honest heart, iinds hardly a superior.
any of the respects wo nave mentioned,
in any of tne qualities wnicn tena to
make a Congressman valuable to nis dis
trict, or distinguished and influential for
the good of the country, we should long
hesitate before wo ranked nim as interior
Judge Spalding. Vet the district is un
der no obligations, as such, to either of
Personally Irienuiv to mem uotn, put
having to choose between them, we give
our voice for a chai ge, with an earnest
preference for Mr. Parsons. The equal
Judire Spalding in all respects, except
age (and it was not our oldest Generals
win won our battles, or our oldest politi
cians who proved our wisest statesmen in
times oi peril), ne is in many respects, we
think', his superior. Wo might specify
raoid executive ability, nis lrank and
cordial manners adapted to winning
iriends, and his generous and genial tem
per adupted to keeping them. We be
lieve tha. in a single montn in congress
would command as much personal in
fluence for any measure intended for his
District, or for any matter of national im-
portanco as any member of the new Uous&
But lot us consider farther. The crcat
questions of the day are how to recon
struct tho Union, se that justice may be
insured to all, and as to tbe manner in
which our great industrial interests may
fostered, so that their protection and
development may recuperato tbe country
from the ii nan cm I drain tnat nas been
made on its resources. On these lead
questions, which of these two mon is
safest and best for an intelligent and
patriotic district to trust as its leader?
large interests in manufactures as well as I
iTOtnmerca ana a Tn cut tare. we warn i
Representative whose antecedents and
education, as an old line Democrat, have
tended to tree trade, or one whose train
and society, business experience
associations, havo imbued mm with
great American doctrine, now more
important than ever, that American in
dustry is to be fostered and protected
against tne pauper taoor oi xoreign coun- I
tries, in oraer mat our great, na.ionai re- i
sources may be developed, our enormous
national debt be paid, and the country be
restored to its former financial soundness
and prosperity. Grant that Mr. Spald
s votes may be rignt on tms question,
want no member in whom we cannot
fully rely as a hearty co-worker with onr
manutactuerers ana o us in ess men ana iar
mers in the protection of their interests.
Second, on Reconstruction. Where does
District want its Itep3dsentative
be on this, of - all questions
most vital independent of Johnson
and his olnctal patronage, or in affiliation
with him and it ? "What was the plan of
Congress T Protection and justica to all,
and security for the future. Just thai And
more. What was the plan of out ac
cidental Executive t Why, simply to
throw wide opes the doors, and sutler the
avenues to the' National Capital, which
had been purged aa by fire, to become
turgid and tumid again' with the rank
est poisons of t. throttled bat -ift
malignant '.. trean.0tJre.. waolo", loyal
party of the Xosii with Congress 'at its
head, revolted at this, clearly discovering
it a political. taUaetrophe which would
sweep away the glory of our military tri
umphs as by a flood. The Union party
had saved the nation, as it thought, but
now a Southern representative, elected by
sham, was to be permitted to strike
hands with his copperhead friends of the
jiorva th rebellion thus achieving by
partisan combinations- what' it had failed
sscxmplish by fores tf arms. This was
the "jpositwivosuid all the Vail and ig
uanas, and Seymours, and Van Burens,
alUthe aspirants for office tinder the
new power." and all the newspapers whose
hitherto bigb-rOTieti pafrioUsm wmld be
- . M - " - 4
I beiruiled away from them by the blandish-
I ments of patronasre, went in for it. Men
who had stood erect in the presence of the
I great Lincoln were suddenly found croofc-
mg the pliant hinges of the knee to the
maudlin Johnson. We want a Kepresent-
"1" wno, wnaiever otaer leDuuuc.CT ao
ma-v have, can by no possibility be sus-
pected, from bis association or omerwise,
of any affiliation with Johnson, or with
any of the sporadic principles of his
"Cleveland, and the past, and Present
Invasions of Canada."
Editors Lsadeh I notice in your paper
of the 221 inet an editorial article under
the above caption, in which yon say
General L. V. Bierce, a lawyer of Akron
Portage county, was the planner of the
disastrous attempt to capture Windsor.
This statement falsi lies the history of that
transaction entirely; and had you been as
well posted in the acts of that rebellion,
insurrection, or invasion, whichever you
please to call it. as a person should be who
writes history, I think yoa wuld not have
made the statement.
In the first place I did not plan " the dis
astrous attempt to capture Windsor." It
was planned by the War Branch or Depart
ment, of what you call tne Central Dircc
tory; of which, lion. A.U. ttmiiu, late Cniel
Justice oi Wisconsin, was J. resident. 1 was
but a bc bordinate to carry out their orders,
and did it, to their entire satisfaction, as
have official papers to show. I accomplish
ed all. and more than was expected with
the means at my control and. instead of
beintr a " disastrous an air. it was a glori
ous triumph, and brought the British Gov
ernment te terms.
To understand this fully, it is necessary
to go back one year previous to the a flair at
Windsor, and then look at the results of
that battle. In this wav, only, can the
public judge whether it was "disastrous
lhe state of all airs in Canada, previous
to u the, Patriot War," was that the rone
and " Orangemen " were the pets cf the Bri
tish Government, and "the Liberals" or
those favoring a free Government, were op
posed and kept down by tne ruling power.
w u nam Lvon Alcivenzie, an able editor oi
paper in Toronto, began agitate reform
or resistance, and li. he bad so lar suc
ceeded in arousing the public feeling, that
ne lound nimaeii, witnm three mileB ot To
ronto, at the head of a considerable army.
determined on tneir rights or a tight.
instead ot gramme tueir rights, sir r ran
cis Bond Head, Governor of Canada, ottered
them the gage of battle the patriots ac
cepted it fought, and were defeated Mc
Kenzie escaped : but liount and Alatthew3.
next to him in command, were captured,
tried for high treason, and executed. Mc-
ivenzie lied to tne l nited b tales, was out
lawed, and his property eftnf.sps.ted. Doc
to t9on, Woll and Nelson, Gen. McLeod.
(now of Cleveland) Doctor Charles Dun
comb, Doctor McKenzie and others, for
their participation in "the rebellion" in
1So7. were outlawed, tneir propertv confis
cated, a reward of 2,000 sterling oHered
for either of them, and they wero com
pelled to take refuge in the United Stated.
van Kensseirrr, at tne Dead ot a body of
troops on Xavy Islaod.abjve Xiagara Fall?,
was defeated ; the steamboat Caroline, cap
tured in the United States harbor at Sch to
per, was sent over the falls; and every
thing, at the end of 18.17, was dark, gloomy
and death-like to the hopes of the l'utriots.
So far the war had been carried on in the
Upper Province, mostly east of Buiftilo and
orl i.rie. in ;no ijower t rovmcc air John
Colborn, at the head of the British army,
had overrun those parts " infested by reb
els," burnt their buildings, killed their cat
tle and destroyed their property generally.
In mc winter ot lis6i there were l.uOO peo-
peoplo, in Lower Canada, consisting nf
men, women and children, wandering in
the woods to avoid the brutal soldiers who
had burnt their houses and destroyed their
property. The war being confined to tho
part of Canada east of Fort Erie, enabled
tho British to concentrate their forces
there, and it became a matter of policy, by
attack far to the west, to compel them to
extend their line of defence, or base of op
erations not " to capture Windsor'' (for that
was of no strategic bene lit to either party),
but to distract the enemy, and weaken, by ex
tending, his line.
1 " was not tne planner, but was order
to execute the plan, as laid down by tho
War Department. Keeping in mind tho
condition of Canada, at the time, but let us
now see if the attempt was "rfisaaiVoit.?.
lntne battle at Windsor, i-ecember 4tn,
Xh.M, I lust 13 men killed, and 5 of mv otlic-
ers, taken prisoters, were afterwards hung;
and all privates some ten or a dozen who
were captured wore sent to an Dieman s
Land. The British lost, in killed and
wounded, DO men.
I lost no property, but we took the Brit
ish Government steam-boat Thames and
burnt her, in retaliation for the Caroline.
We also took and bnrnt their barracks in
Windsor, " and mad an utter desolation "
Windsor was oars, but it was no use to
and we were unable to hold it: but, to
drive us out, the British had to withdraw
troops from the cast and extend their lino
defence five hundred miles further west
The British Government, having expend
17,000,000 sterling, in fighting tbe
Patriots, and finding them "breaking ovt"
continually, in some other spot, stopped her
war measures, ana, by ntr conduct, asked
peace. The Queen issued a general am
nesty to all who had been engaged in the
rebellion brought the prisoners home from
Van Dieman a land at her own expense
ea to red all the property that had been con
fiscated removed all disabilities from those
whom, "dead or alive" rewards had been
flered approved a law to pay the Patriots.
they was called then, for all the property
that Sir John Col burn burnt the year be
fore when they were called "Rebels. A
monnment wa3Jerected iu Toront0( to tlie
memory oi "the Fatnot, iionatri, and Mat-
thews, who were executed, in 1847, as frat
tors, William Lyon McKenzie, the Mel
ons, and other refugees were invited home,
and became the lavoritea of the government:
first three became again members of the
Canadian Parliament These were the re-
of that "disastrous to
Windsor. t rom that time there was no
more fighting, for there was nothing to fight
The British Government granted more
than the patriots had asked. S j angry were
1 ones and urangemcn at these cosces
Parliament House, and themselves be-
Yoa may think this sketch is not worth
paper. It may not be ; but as you give
name, I trust you will allow me to cor
rect your inadvertent error. The time for
giving a complete documentary history of
that rebellion has not yet arrived. When
does arrive I shall be neither afraid nor
ashamed of the part I took in what you call
the xU-jatea movement agaiiut the British
in wtnaaa, ana
L. V. BIERCE.
Akron, June 24, 1866.
Akron, June 24, 1866. "No Passes."
Tho editors of Western New York held
their annual meeting at Le Hoy on
Thursday. The Le Roy Gazette says :
Tho duty of the President of the Uni
States is to "see that the laws are
faithfully executed." The duty of tho
President cf the Editors' Association,
after their business session is ended, is to
that they have a good time." In tbe
discharge of this duty we applied to Dean
Kicnmond to mow it he could furnish a
special train from 1 Roy to the Falls,
direct, and the cost thereof. To this Mr.
Richmond, in his characteristic liberal
manner, replied through Jerry Haskell,
Eecei-cex at Batavia, thai but for the
of the last session, against free passes,
wocM afford him pleasure to give the
Press of the State a free team but under
drcumstances, as he could not do ex
actly that, we could have the train on
paying the Receiver one dollar. We have
accepted the offer.
Brains are Tromps." TVjxm wim oa
Xkesavrd ratia; and so it will be always. - Let
every persoa about to take a start la life alia first
ofaQtofit himself for any position fortune may
assign kirn to. Tor particulars how to get a thor
ough aaassMs asaeafoa, address srlthoet, tail the
well-known, ncfaoi Easiness .College of Obexlin,
Ohio. " JuneX -
Wanted Business nen of stature age, abili
ty, extensive cxparienci?, capable of assuming first
class bnsiaass relations, fiat a term of years. Bef
sreaees required. Appry personally to W. AM
BBIDGB, So. Pabttc ftper levsUnd, 0, '
Stel Stamps and Stencil Brands,
of every description and style, manalactiired at
195 Ontario, Hnrlbat's Block, Bear Boildlnfra.
mayg:R15 A. K. PIPES.
Tbe Mission ( barcta, corner of Bridge
anl Tat lor streets, after having been thoroughly
repaired, will be re-opened next Sunday, July 1st,
166. The Sanday School will meet in tbe morn
ing at 9 o'clock. Divine services at 10, o'clock
a. m., also at 7 slock in the evening. Preach
log by Bev. Adam Poe, of Cincinnati, mornicjr.
and evening. Tjore'east in the afternoon at 2
o'clock. June29 327
Wanted Experienced Bnsioess Men compe
tent to art as Salesmen and General it gents and
conduct business correspondence. Apply person'
ally to B. n. CUR It AN, 25 Monument Square,
Cleveland, O. jc26:320
Tbe Largest and Best assortment of
Gents' White and Brown Dock, and Linen Coats,
Pants and Tests, can be fonnd at
106 Hoffman Block, east side Public Square.
Egyptian Calla As a Perfume is incom
parably beyond anything that can be found In
market. Tallmax A Colliws, sole proprietors.
Sold by all Druggists aad Dealers ia Toilet articles.
STRONG A ARMSTRONG,
BENTON, HTERS A CAN FIELD,
J one 25:31 Wholesale Agents,
Fenian Torpedoes. A large, heavy, black
trunk, strongly ironed, was expressed recently to
Columbus, looked ominous enough to have con
tained explosives for Fenian warfare, was only a
messenger of consolation to the afflicted, one of
many now flying to the relief of the tortured in
every section of tho State, being filled with Wol
cott's Instant Pain An&ihilator, which annihil
atea Nervous Toothache, Nervous Headache and
Neuralgia ia three minutes, and cures Catarrh In
twelve weeks. See terms of guarantee wrapped
with each bottle. Junel4
Special Caution. MRS. WIN3L0W3
SOOTHING SYRUP has become so popular that
various parties have put ont articles calling them
Mrs. Winslow's. Please take notice that the Mrs.
Vtinslow of the Soothing Syrup is not connected
with any other article. J un 2:344
Fancy Cabinet and Wooden Toilet
Articles, of the most tasty style, manufactured
street, Block, Bear
Buildings. A. N. PIPEB,
ma 8: K 15 Mechanical Jobber,
Kew Laundry for Fine Washisiff and
Ironing of Gentlemen w Linen. Messrs.
MACKENZIE tt PARSONS respectfully an no a nee
to the genttcmon of Cleveland that their new
Laundry for doing fine Washing and Ironing Is
now in operation, and they are prepared to re
ceive orders at their store, Nf. 14 Monument
Square, for doing up gentlemen's linen in the best
and most neat style. jnnell:R13
Eahlemans Patent Keek Tie Helder.
TbU COriVbLui.t avrtiflo, ! flllalaal'
wardrobe is now received, and for sale by us. It
simple labor-saving contrivance by which
several different ties can be made. Gentlemen are
invited to call and examine.
MACKENZIE A PARSONS.
Jnnell:B13 14 Monument Square.
Sloan's Family Ointment. A Sovereign
enu-dy. This Ointment is truly a Family Reme
dy. It containa no poisonous or mineral substance
iiaUver; therefore it maybe need in all cases
ith perfect saty. It bos no equal for Obstinate
irvrd, Old Sores, Bunu, caldrf. Cats, Cutaneous
ruptions, Bruises, Sore Nipples, Sore Breast,
iles. Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands, Ac. Every
nd of sore containing the least particle of in
flammation, is permam-ntly cured by this great
remedy. Put up in cU bottles, and sold at 25
Lta per bottle.
These remedies no longer stand among
those of doubtful utility. They have passed from
tide of experiment, and now stand higher in
pniation, and are more extensively naed than all
ther articles of the ki:.J.
Caction. To proti i t t.urselves and the public
from being imposed uu., by worthless imitations,
gonuine will bear lli.t oc timile signature oi the
Proprietors on the wi :pjor, and Walker A Taylor,
Proprietors, Chicago, ill., blown in the bottle.
sale by Drugging ti.ti Merchants everywhere.
W ALKER A TAYLOR,
Solo Proprietors, Chicago, Illinois.
K TKONG ft ARMSTRONG,
apllI.IiU Wholesale Agents.
af i - i -
Equitable Lite Asm a ranee Society,
the United Statm, Broadway, New York.
Cwh Accnmulatio , $2,000,000.00 ; Annnal
Cash Iucome, $l,oxt,i,,(X) purely mutual. An-
nnl Caah Bivideti:-. This Society have de-U-ruined
to declare. it.ir dividends asneai.lv
Calh. The next nind aill be declared Feb
ruary lnt, 18t;7. It i thieved that no company
this country wit i..-' loto present greater ad
vantage? in Ita divi .r-ii.id to persona assuring than
this Society, as its t il expenditure to income
was less than that I vy of the older American
Companies, and ita business for the put year
(813,623,000) exceed-, the new business of any Now ''
York Company ia a j previous year. This Socle- ,
hu met with b.;t one loss in this city Mr.
Phillip 1. Price, a ho was Insured three yean
since for $5,000. Hid heirs received the amount
his policy ($5,0ot), ,ud a dividend to the amount
(73 10-U) in cash, within ten days after proofs
were delivered to the nponts.
Proposals for ineittatieor foragcnsles apply to ;
THAYEna a aiux -oN. General Agents,
. I and 2 Para buim.m-
may4 Cleveland, Cuio.
Hoth and Freckles. Ladies afflicted with 1
Discolor at iont, on iti Fiice, called moth patches or
freckles, should u T ERRY'S Celebrated MOTH
FRECKLE LOtJuN. It is infallible. Pre
pared by Dr. B. C. VRRY, Dermatologist, 49
Bond street, N. Y. S..idby all druggists In Cleve
land, and elsewhen . Price f2. may 17-340
Cholera I Cbolvral ! It is coming I All
should be prepared to ward it off, not only by the
adoption of proper sanitary means, but by having
hand some effectual remedy for ready use when
dreaded disease appears. It is the opinion of
eminent physicians that most cases of Cholera can
readily cured if a proper remedy ia need early.
Such a remedy we now offer to the public la the
article of Dr. J. B Miller's Universal Magnetic
Balm, with the fulleat confidence In its remedial
qualities aa a Prevttive and Cure for Cholera. It
been thoroughly Us ted, and we speak advised -
when we commccd it to the public as the best
known remedy for Cholera and Bowel Complaints.
D. KaKSOM, A Co., Proprietors.
STRONG A A it f ST BONG, and BENTON,
MYERS A CANKtfM t, Agents, Cleveland.
am, jtucnui naItaiseaea ot the blood caa
be cured. Many thousands have been cared by
the use of Bobark's Blood Purifier and 8ngar
Coated Blood Fills. Tr oasands of Utters bearing
witness to this fct t.re in the hands of Dr. Bo
back. The Purl W ia the best alterative known
to science, combining, as it does, the syrups of
StiUinfiie with Iodide of Potassium, which every
physician of eduction knows to be the surest
remedies. The 1Mb', ia conjunction with the Pu
rifier, never fail o fit tore tbe system to health
and strength. Je2o
9frs. Winslow, au experienced Nurse and
Physician, presents to the attention of
Mothers her SOOTHING SYRUP for Children
Teething, which greatly facilitates the process of
teething, by softening the gums, reducing all in
flammations, will allay all pain and spasmodic ac
tion, and Is sure to regulate the bowels. Depend
upon It, Mothers, it will give rest to yourselves
relief and hcait & to your infants. We have
up and sold ttt.t article for over 90 years, and
say in confiil n x nnd truth of it what we have
never been able ti. 9ay of any other medicine
never has It fkikd in a tingle instance to effect a
care, when Itiately osed. Never did we now an
instance of dissatisfaction by any one wlr Bsed it.
the contrary, all are delighted with Its opera
tions, and speak i a terms ot commendation of its
magical electa and medical virtues. We speak in
matter "what w do know," after SO year'
experience; and pte) our reputation for tbe ful-
Qllment of wftet we i.'-reaeciare. ad eunost every
instance where th- infant is suffering from pain
exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or
twenty minutes after tbe syrup is administered.
Full directions for using will accompany each
bottle. None genuine unless the fac-similie of
CURTIS A PEairUNS, New York, is on the out
Sold by all Druggists throughout the world.
Price, only 35 cents per bottle.
ProC H. AndernosVs Dernedor is a Li
quid for External Application. A valuable Chem
ical Combination, discovered by a celebrated
Cbemist, Warranted to care Inflantmation in all
oases af Wounds, Bralsea, Sprains, Inflasasaatory
Eneumetiam, Bronchitis. Swelling of the Glands,
Inflammation of the Eyea, Broken Breasts, Frosea
Feet, Chilblains, Piles, Pi in plea oa tbe face, Bes
Stings, and all Sores the human flesh ia heir to.
Horses and Cattle it cannot be excelled for the
of Galls, Calks,' Sprains, Wosnds, and all
hurts on animals. It never fails to care If naed as
directed. D. BAN SOU A 00., Proprietors. '
STRONG ft ABM9TBOF9, and BBWTOH
MYERS A CANF1 Jui, Agents, VMTtiaaa,
BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE.
LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES.
Cholera Panic in Elizabeth, New
The Streets of Infected District Barricaded.
Twenty Cases and Nine Deaths.
Battle Between Indians in Arizonia.
Death of an Army Officer in California.
The President's Communication to
No Person in Employ of Government
Who Paid Honors to Rebels
Dead of Living.
Tornado Sweeps over Atlanta,
A NUMBER OF PEOPLE WOUNDED
Ladies Killed by Lightening in Maine.
New Hampshire House of Representatives
A Man in Connecticut Falls Heir to
Convention of Cotton Planters to be
Held in Nashville.
Held in Nashville. Gold Closed Last Night at 152 3-4.
Associated Press Report.
From New York.
New York, Jane 23. Since the first case
cholera in Elizabeth, N. Y.. there have
been no additional cases. There has been
The infected districts has'been ilaced;un-
charge ot the police, who baricaded
streets, burned tho bedding and cloth
ing of the patients, and enforced other san
itary measures. The disease has been
necked, as no new cases nave neen repor
for three davs.
Two cases of cholera in Jersey City have
Sis Francisco, Juno 19. Thelcmnil f'T
our for export to China has abnted. and
transactions are mostly confined to the lo
trado. Superfine is lellint at Sa.2 per
barrel. The wheat market h much de
presse; sales of ordinary at $1.52.': per loo
WASHINGTON, June 28.
Mr. JULIAN", from tho Committee on
ublic Lands, reported several bills as fol
For the discontinu wa of land offices
authorizing modifications in the limits
land district. Heart three times and
The senate bill to cremo an atdiuonai
land district. Bead three limes and passed.
The Senate bill eoneerninir certain i.mds
granted to tho State of Uev adi, which tt as
passed with amendments.
The Senate bill making a ,'rant of lands, i
alternate sections, to aid in the construe-.
and extension of the Iron Mountain-
ailroad trom Pilot Knol, Missouri, to.
Helena, Arkansas, which was passed with ,
Mr. BKIGGS. from tho sauia committee,
reported baek the Senate bill granting land
the State of Michigan to aid in tho con
struction of a harbor and ship canal at
Portage Lake, Kee person Point on Lake
Superior, which was passed.
Also the Senate bill granting land to the
State or Michigan fc ail ia Uie construc
tion of a ship canal to connect the waters of
Lake Superior with Lac La Belle in that
State, which was passed.
Mr. JULIAN, trom the same committee,
reported a bill to explain and li.mit the
grant of the right of way to the Htimboldt
Canal Company through tho public iands of
United States, which was passed.
Mr. DIKN K ELL , trom the samo com
mittee, reported back the Senate bill inak
ine an additional grant of lands to the State
Minnesota, in alternate sections, to aid
the construction of railroads, wnicii was
He also reported the House bill granting
section of land in the Fort Snelling mili
tary reservation to the State f Minnesota,
the establishment of an :tsylum for tee
relief of disabled soldiers arid sailors of
that State and of the United States, which
He also renortett tne ilouse uiu to amtou
act of May 5, ISM, gran ting lands to
State of Minnesota to aij. in the con
struction of a railroad from St. Paul to Lake
A debate arose on tne 0111.
Mr. DOXNELLY explained that th ob-
ww siuipiv no penult .
change of M.tinn
Mr. MORRILL srwlo v.
of public lands granted to Minnesota,
moved to lay the bill on the table.
On motion, it was tost by yeas -4i, naya i
The bill was then passed.
The report of the Committee oa tiecuons
the contested election east from Wis
consin of Boyd against Keuv was palled
me resoiuuon uecianiig jur. n.eu en
titled to retain his seat was adopted.
A resolution was then adoptea to pay Air.
Boyd $2,00 in full for the tune spent and
expenses incurred by him iu making the
The House went into Comiaittee of the
Whole on the Tax bill.
Mr. MORRILL took tho floor and spoke
length. He argued tha our losses in
war had seriously reaucea in amount oi
labor procurable and that the inflation of
currency placed our roann tactures at
mercy of those in foreign countries.
These and other circumstances render a re
vision of the tariff imperative. He claimed
that American wool growers needed protec
tion and especially explained now the
tariffsof 1S57 and "lSf4 operated prejudi-
ially as regarded their interests. The
Committee of Ways and Means 2ad been
deluged with petitions from them: The
classifications of wools in he present bill
leaves no loophole for escape of any foreign
growth from payment of duty. Tho duties
lpon woolen CAotns, fcc rv .tr
usted. Last vear our imports amounted to
i4.75fl.44:. but this year they will reach
less than $409,411,515. The country is
no condition to stand tho drain of Bpccie
which this importation will require. It will
a calamity if the House adjourns with
legislation on the tariff. He proceeded
explain some points id tne uui now
pending which be feared might be over
IThe discussion was continued by several
other rentlemen. .
Air. said he tooled upon tne:
as a ire. trade bul trom beginning to
Mr. MOKEKEAJV of Pennsylvania, fav
ored the bill. ...
Mr. TCEI.LT saw much In the hill loi
approve and complimented the Committee!
w ays and Cleans lornaving accompinmea
work so perfect!. - Thar, were some
things, however, which indicated haste and!
On motion of Mr. Ramsay the Committee
on Postoffice and Poet Roads were dis
charged from further consideration of a pe
tition for a general law on bridging th. Mis
Mr. BROWS offered the following :
Resolved, That the Committee on Judi
ciary bo instructed to enouire into tha ex
pediency of providing by law for such re
organization 01 tne civil service, and espec
ially of rostolDce, Treasury and Interior
Departments, aa shall secure appointments
to the same for specific terms after previ.
ous examination by proper boards; also
providing for promotions on the aeon of mer
it or sonority, and authorising dismissal
uader safeguard of trial, and se as to fill
all offices of each branch of the ser
vice with well trained experts in the details
of Its business, and shall assimilate
these Departments to the conditions whieh
govern the enlistment and officering of the
army and navy of the United States,whieh
have successfully precluded the latter from
being used merely as reservoirs of political
patronage or ordinary appointments of party
Mr. BROWN said the substance of this
resolution was an attempt to conform the
civil service, in many details and appoint
ment, to the regulations which rovern the
miTitaVy service of theeountry. Asubjeetof
sucn a large character necessarily involves
so much consideration that all I can hope
ai me present time is to bring it to tne at
tention of the distingnisned gentlemen who
compose the Committee on Judiciary, end
to inv'te for it their consideration.. The
resolution was adopted.
Mr. WILSON introduced the followinr
joint resolution, which was referred to the
Committee on r inance :
Bcsolrcd, That interest shall be computed
and paid to each state on all claims for
money expended by such state for th. use
snd benefit of the United States for the pub
lic military defence, according to the fol
lowing rules: 1st. The principal sums on
trhich interest shall bs computed shall be
such ss, before such computations, were to
tne credit ot sncn state. Zd. Interest shall
bo allowed on such sums only oa which the
state has either paid interest or lost inter
est by the transfer of an interest bearing
fund. 3d. Interest shall be calculated up
to the time of one payment made, which
payment shall be first applied to interest,
and if it shall exceed the interest due the
balance shall be applied to diminish the
principal: but if it tails short ot the inter
est due, the balance of the interest shall not
be added to the principal so as to be on in
terest Mr. STEWART called up the bill to reg
ulate the occupation of mineral lands and
te extend the right of pre-emption, which
after a discussion was passed.
Mr. SHERMAN, from tbe Finance Com
mittee, reported tne Indian Appropriation
Mr. CLARK said he had been requested
by Mr. Morrill, who wss absent, to move
the postponement of the regular order,
which was the District Suffrage bill, pend
ing yesterday. The motion prevailed and
the Suffrage biU was postponed.
Mr. HAWE called up the Niagara Ship
Canal bill, which was read.
Pending the reading of the bill Mr.
SHERMAN moved the postponement of the
further consideration of the subject nntii
the first Monday in December. He said it
would involve an ultimate expense of $ti,
uuu.OOO. it -wm .lu contingent on the con
sent of the State of Aew lorn, aul t.
thought the consent of that Stat, onght to
be obtained first.
Mr. SUMMER inquired of Mr. Sherman
whether he thought the consent of the
State of New York was necessary.
Mr. bHiKMAii said it was required by
one of the provisions of the bill. It was a
question which might give rise to great
deal of debate.
Mr. HOWE spoke against postponement.
This was a work which interested not New
York alone, but the country: therefore Con
gress ought not to wait for a State Legisla
ture to take the initiatory step. He hoped
the motion lor a postponement would not
Mr. UL TUKiis doubted tne right or con
gress to incorporate a private company to
do tho proposed work. He had a doubt aa
to the right of Government to construct a
ship canal for national defense. He favored
the postponement, not believing Govern
ment to be at present in a condition to un
dertake such a work.
Mr. McDOUGALL said this question was
twenty years old, and there was no cause
why its settlement should be longer delay
Mr. HOWARD said he was strongly and
earnestly in favor of this measure, and he
hoped it would not be postponed.
Mr. WADE said he dill. -red I rom nis col
league on this question. He thought ltiaraa
an important measure and one that ought
to be considered at once. It was now urged
that the time had not come for this work.
This had been said for years. It was said
we could not afford it : the same plea had
been urged before we had a national debt.
lLe was ready to vote for the bill now.
ULr. CHANDLER said a majority of the
Co-iiUsttca of Commerce was opposed to as
sert ng we right or Congress to authorise
this woik without the consent of New York.
therefore incorporated a provision such
tras referred to bv Mr. bnerman. ne
wouid prefer to see that stricken out. He
believed Congress had xke right undor war
pAVfr, as well as under the tower to regu-
ate commerce 10 pass mo 0111.
Mr. (iK'IMbs preferred to see tb.itnil re
committed rather than postponed- He was 1
n tavor ot tne construction 01 the canal,-
and believed that Congress had the' power
to construct it ; but he did not believe that
Congress ought to authorise a private com-'
pany to go to Now York to construct this
work and control it afterwards. He would
vote for a bill to have the work done jindor
the Superintendent of the Engineer .Corps
of the Army.
Mr. 8HEKMA5 withdrew his motion.
Mr. GRIMES moved to recommit the bill
to the Committee on Commerce.
Mr. TRLMBLLL said he was much grati
fied at the tone of this debate, and to hear
all Senators estimate this work in its full
importance. He was glad to hear that all
were in favor of it, and that tha only ques
tion was as to the time. Ho believed that
the present financial condition of the coun
try, instead of being a reason for postpon-
g tne measure, whi imua lur ii .pumi j
Jar. blti AAl epos, ia its i.tot. ic
believed the expenditure would be s profit
able one for the Government: it would in
crease the taxable value of property, and in
the end would reduce tne national aent Dy
increasing the wealth of the country
Pending tne consideration or tui. mr
Mr. FESSENDEX moved that the Senate
rhsist on its amendments and agree to the
Committee of Conference called for by the
The motion was agreed to, and the Chair
appointed Messrs. Fessenden, Van Winkle
id outnrie. on tne part 01 tne Denatc.
Mr. CRESWELL introduced a joint re
solution for the payment of religious and
other societies in loyal States for property
destroyed during the war. '
The Senate then went into executive, and
at 3 p.m. adjourned. .'. j
RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A, M.
RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A, M. Special Dispatches to the Western Press.
Sa . curred
in Arisen, be "nhfr!n'1 'S!
and the Apaches, in ch " Utter
killed and 2 prisonei ; ... .
Eight hundred White M.'mnta,"APf
both sexes, are camped ni"V ooa'
win and receiving Goveinmen ratione. (
Some negro troops, part ef th. 'orcf ae"
tailed to release the California y'onteers,
had arrived. '-1 .
Work wss suspended on the Sierra, r0."
orada, Santa Rita, and Mowery Mines, in
consequence of the scarcity of prorisie.7
and the danger of hostile Indiana.
Major Joseph Updegrafr, of the TJ, S. In
fantry, died yesterday. -
Sax Fiaxcisoo, June 2L The United
States Sub-Treasurer shipped five hundred
thousand of gold by the last steamer, not
The Western Union Telegraph Company's
bark Onward sailed for Victoria, to-day,
with the electricians, material and atoms
Collins Russian American Telegrapk.! i
WASHrjreTow, J one 2o. The President W-j
dsy sent a message to the House in reply to
resolution requesting information as to
whether any of the civil or military em
ployees of the government haveassisied iu
rendition of public honor to ths rebel
living or dead, fie encloses eoarranniea
tiem from the need of departments, in sub
stance as foUoars 5 . ''. i . ei - ... ,
The Secretary ef State tTt he nas no
knowledge or InforrqAtion on. the aubjeet f 1
resolution. "i 'JL
WEEKLY ; LEADER
A aAJafS SflBBz OOnAISixe ALS fmv
ODBSJIST KIWS MIBCILtAJfaOUS, LIT IB
i II AMD HCIIXTlrlO WTILLI JaslUai
AB VALCABLI SlAJUi .
TOB THB JAMILl
; CLITILUB uTmwHtkSl.
OmCSt HO. 141 KCPKKIOU BTHB
TIB MS OV TBI WRKIiT:
To tha getter p of a Clan of tea, wa win aaae
asp, gf tha nxtv Lftasra, gratis ; of tweaty, a
T tt th. Trt- Weekly ; ( Ulrtj an it anwara, a
SDoyeftWlaiUy. i i t ti
Ol.iVTn.AWr 1. TEAT) ICR OOMPAHT.
The Attornev General remarks thai his
Department has no knowledge of any such
disloyal demonstrations on the part of any
officer subject to his jurisdiction, and he he
lioses that none such have taken plica.
The Postmaster-General says he has no
information upon any branch of the inquiry
ao tar aa it may relate to the officers and
employees of his department.
The Secretary of the Interior savs r -Non.
of the employees of this department, s. far
as I am advised and balisvav wikeia the
State of Georgia, or any other of the rebel
States, have in any way countenanced or
assisted in the rendition of publie honors to
traitora, either Irving or dead, er eoncarred
in the obstruction or denial by ths rebel
authorities of the privilege of doing like
honors to loyalty at the graves of Union
soldiers who hare perished far from their
homes and kindred."
The Secretary of the Treasurv makes a
similar renltk The Seeretarr of War aavs
his department is not in possession of anv
official information on the subject.
A circular has been issued by Gen. Spin
ner, TJ. 8. Treasurer, embodying the opin
ion of tha Solicitor of the Treasury, Jor
dan, from whieh th. former says it will be
seen that no authority is invested in the
Treasurer's office or in the Department to
reiuno to any .national banu the amount
of duty claimed to hare been paid er
roneously or exacted from li either by di
rect return of the amount paid or by al
lowing it as a credit to the bank on the
payment in Jul soxt.- .
as Collector ef Internal Revenue tor the Dis
trict of Kansas, and Duff Green as Marshal
for the Southern District of Mississippi. The
latter is not the Duff. Green of quondam
The Senate to-day ratified several Indian
from northwest to southeast passed over
this city this afternoon, blowing dewn
houses and trees, and wounding a cumber
CALL FOR A CONVENTION.
for a convention of cotton planters to meet
at Nashville in September, to consider th.
system of free labor and other sutjecta of
of Bryan- of
the United States District Court at Charles
ton, on the constitutionality of the test
oath, orders were given f r the reception of
the writ, sad permission granted ths attor
neys to practice without hiking the oath.
FROM EL PASO.
June 23th. oJicial news
from El Paso states that that the cam
paign of Gen. Doual has been completed
without effecting any ser ous injury 10 the
Liberal army. .
MADE A REPORT.
appointed to examine ths ait.
of a naval Basin 'or iron clads at Portland,
ua. rwportwu against It.
The President to-day directed pardons t
be granted to eight persons from Alabama
and Texas, a few of them under the first
exception or petty olft. ir claus., hot the
reatoi loom under tne utlior StBKoiause.
Brevet Brig. Gen. F. D. Sewell, Inspector
General of the Freedmen's Bureau for Vir
ginia, has just completed tour of inspec
tion. He recommends a reduction of the
clerks of the Bureau to one-third. He states
that the issue of rations is steadily decreas
ing and will be less after the crops eons in.
The largest issues are made at Richmond,
Petersburg, Hampton and Norwalk, where
there are great nam bars of contrabands.
He recommends that they be sent back into
the country, where the demand for labor is
much beyond the stipplr.
Nsw Yoke, June 20. A Washington spec
ial says it ia reported that ties. Pratt, of
Maryland, has made application to the
President for permission to the friends of
Jefferson Davis to visit him at Fortress
Monroe. It will probably be granted.
LADY KILLED BY A THUNDERBOLT.
Pobtlasd, Me., June 20th. A severe
thunder storm passed over this city yester
day afternoon. At Windam, a lady thirty
years old was instantly killed. - A girl of
12 years was latally, and an old Jady stigat-
ly injured by a thunderbolt, while sitting
LOAN TO POPE PIUS IN.
New Yose, Jons 20th- Messrs. Duncan,
Sherman k Co., of this city, are announced
aa the agents for a loan of four millions of
dollars to Pope Pius IX, to aid him in the
fiscal difficulties of his dominions until the
arragements by the French and Italian
Governments are settled.
Philadelphia, June 23. The Polytechnie
College ef Pennsylvania held its thirteenth
annual commencement in Concert Hall thia
evening. Students from the Middle,
Southern aad Western States, Canada, Peru,
Chili, and the West Indies participated in
the exercises.' There were twenty-one gra
"HE IS ALL HUNKIDO-RI".
Nsw- Havbb, Coss- June 28. Hz. Eli
Walker, a gunsmith of Hartford, has just
inherited an estate in England valued at
1$G6. B. T. HOX, y Vm.
IJ.tAbli.hw) in 1841. ...
CLEVELAJTIt, OHIO. . -
NOS. 69, (1, 63, W AND 67 M IB WIS JjTBIET.
AC1K5T JF THS
Salt Company ' of Onondaga,
STBACUSC, K. T.
lEWHM'S AKRON WATER LIME EKEIT CO.,
Burr ALO, H. T. ' - -Beater
la - - -
rio.r, Onain. Pr.vi.lona. Bait, Water
Ume, liaHS.r, ms, nepa, -
AtaUer, Ae, Ac
strict personal attantioa rfrra to tha purchas.
of MsraSaasia aae Frame, .a arasna, -aaTfc
OomaUsaioa air thesrardiaie and tale
of Property, at snch ratM aa may be adopted by
th. Boar, af Trade frma Uat. to tlasa. mw-Btp
Pwvin. rnmmlsslnri Merchants,
w xkbwisi nr., cuitilaxd, a.
forth, s.1. ef
FLOCK, OKAIir, rOBK, BDTTITt, KM..
LARD, HIM, POTATO KS, DBIKS .
f BUTT, A. Ao.
ParticBlar attantloa give, to ailing ord.r. for
each artlci.. aa caa be obtnlTiM in this market.
a. .. mant, - i.BT43. - a. mhiw.
SO BEST, HJJ5A at CO., , .,.
gaccassees to Hanaa, Garretson A Co.,
Forwarding t CoatnlisIoK Xertkaiti
DKALIBSIIK PB0DUCK, SALT, FIBD, Ae.
Central exchange, Kos. HS and 171 Hirer atre.
Clbtbusd, Ohio. . .
a.. Afaate for th. Cleveland, TMtrott and Lak.
parlor Lin, of gte.Bl.rs. - e
CLASS Jt 8AST0KD,
(Successor to Clark A Kockafener,) ' '
Produce Commission Merchants,
OraJa, Beads, Floar, flan, Wuer Lime, Plaster,
Ooarae, Fina, Oroaad Solar aad
Kos. J, 41, it and 4o Biyer street and ea the Dock
Pi open, nceired by gailroad or Canal, tor fat
ShipBMBt. Will riv. paraoaal atteatio. to th.
sale and parihni ot PTaSill. aad ItercaaaJlW oa
Liberal Cash Advances ssad. on OoejlrBSaaetB.
Keiar to BbsIbbss staa aad Baakan geBmlly.
Oa'- CITI.STOIUGE C0J1PAXT,
(Soeeaasors to Foanock, Bail A Co.)
8T0BA0K, TORWAEDIBO '
lied facflitles fcr, aad pay spatial
Hare anaarpa uuotkll u
Strse .rwtrml .sua.
. . at Dealers and Shipper!
gace, Wrenon Foot ot
- Oak laroet, -':-',
-Olla: CITT, 1 a.-,;.-'
W.b ' - O. 0IPPT3WSeeiMB-
r!Ttr a lew kh ? f,,97' nI
Off- W I"? OOWLM a CO.
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