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I CLEVELAND LEADER,
f - 1 o 1 00
.Mm. ul k.n.IWcrt. PT 100.
IMllT. Arlivarail h CWrter, (Honing SB
be) 3 ou per w.
Cl.rVFLANn I.KAVKR O'MPANT.
. m w
T?A IV TTT
j.uiu w, "SV'
257 Superior Strer t,
i . entire stock of
LIUrM TOWFI 5.
I LINEN NAPKINS,
i LINEN SHEETINC,
Worth l.5o psr Jr J for $1.00 per yard, and
Worth T5 centf, for W cc-nti.
Juil nrtlij.1.. W Hit
F.r 75 cntJ per p-ir.
JOSEPH KIDS !
At Ouo Dollar. A fall Unsf
ixiln qnmy ! Eoii. lorn a.
W will Sell our
At ft very low pritw, contmplfttioff Jeiviag Hoop
Skirthont of oar bunws.
FOItD & VAGiEU
237 SIP2RI0B STREET.
GLAD iEU S
EELLK SPFCiriC REM K DIES
r warranted ia a I rates, tt the p-ejy and
prBBaeint rune ol all tba oichs Miiiiug
fr aa acxaal xcie r
fiemtnal Im, Nirbtly Kmi-i m-i, and Sensual
Dreamt; Ornital, i hysic.l aod Nerv.us Debility,
Jmpotence, Glrt, Sexual Dis--as, Ac. Jr v Ac.
NO CflANGK OT MET IS N KG ESS A BY,
They can bo ael without detv-Mon, and aevtr
lail to effct a cure, if usd ac-orJ.Lg to instruc
tions. BELL'S prUCIFtC FILLS,
Trios One Dollar per Cox ; o- Six 8 .x- for Fif
Dollars; alo l. p- W-x--, r.t.tiniug
Four Mut'l. I r:ci Three Dollar..
From four t six b.ix-i are fT-oTry r. quired
to car ordinary cm t heaiual W aqknena and
Amiss tons, thougli brn fit is i'ertvrd frjrs asinj
asincle box. ... . T
Ia Chroni; (Ves a-d particn'a'-ly vhrn Im
fotence or Kit ntl IVMiiry ttb herioas Fros
trattoa haaaflVi-tf-d tbetf ia,
BtLL'S TlN0 FILIS
AVre reeomnrended as ! ui.ist Efacaciois, U-jal
nation aud Invigoriiisit R. in -dy in the world.
A packajre, price Ave dollars, will last a mooth,
find m (reneraHy autbeient.
In extreme eawi of Debility and Impotence
BALL'S EXTERNAL REMEDY,
Trice two dollars, aafflcieat for a utonth, can te
bbJ to good aJvantagu.
Tt eiret strength t the cricaits. and with the
Tills, will restore them to their normal conittioa.
A Pamphlet of Kj paree. u tii Errors of
Toath," deaifrned as a Lecture andOautioato
YoanfZ.Men.acDt fr-e, ten cents tqnireltopy
The above reiadie" have now Wpb bsforo tle
pub)ic ataar yarn, aaJ their great aucoeas in the
avlieriatlou o' nam ta n ery, n fniiniiB'm
Aititv ni xeverat Birtiea. whn ose ih aaau
'(ipecifie Pills." e-i? tity labels, cirmlars and
mdverti"aaeBt. mafiisM word for w.n, and
put apworth'ets r .-jipaooJ thtt dtsa;potut the
just XiCli ivat of lb piirtciiaaer.
If vou TiHt ?TC.at ItUt SpeHfic Kei-lie
sofyour driifviit. t.t.e no other, but saad tbe
aaoney direct u
DR. J A M VA BEY AK,
CotKultlne PliTi-:au. lt Uroadfay N. Y.
tand you will rcete litem by return of mail, pott
tjtatd, an it e it n o?viTtmiin.
For sale by il. H . l LAKk, Druixt, 119 Sap
W OT Street. Mw,.iJ . ug- rb i td
AH ORDIIA.M'K To proi ide Tor the
dradfrins; aul impruviui; cf the Ceyaliopa
i-iver betweoa th north -r.d . f tiveruTaent Fter
ud Colanbna ! r--t .
Sac. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the
city of Cleveland, itwo-rhirds or all toe WM-moers
eoacnrribKt, Tba the Cuy hoa river, lietweru tbe
sons evs ot tlteuovernment pier and ine wunt'
rut street bri-lee. Ie dreterlor improved to a urri-
form depth of thirteen fxt. and that the same be
donenner tbe (1irlifB and Uervi5ion of the
. Jtoard oi t ity imprtweaieats in such atanuer ana
mt such time aod places between th points afore-
staid, as they shah deeaa for the best, tat tresis of
Sac. 2. That f-r the purpose f payitip: ia part
- -at and expeneii of naid Itnpruvciucnt, lifty
tnfc- -wj of the coatK and expensM of tbe vasue
P-,?"T "ad a-'ed upo the otsor paiceU
ball be leva - or abuttiog upon said river h-
oi tauo dohoi.- rad, aid afsMraaveat to be
tweea the point . -,..r . ..
r at such trme. in
-ogress of the work as
twh rortlnt iluriuir lb
away be deemed moat eqettabW - .
Sac. S. This ocdia lace aUU irf 'C.,TOm "
affr its pa-".
Passed July ...
F. W r-ELTON, Pres't of the Coahf-
G. 8. VmiTO, Aas't City Clerk. aug-.S.
AH 0RDHAKXK To levy Bid Assess
a special lax oa W rwt Street.
BE?. 1. Be it crdained by the Ci'y Couutil of the
city of CleveUnd, t lae-iUird-t of all Hie members
oacBrrinc,t that the sum of lour dollars and tea
cents (4,1" eaad the same u h-rry levied and
isirairil upon eac-i and every foot front of tbe ee
rai torn of Un-d bouadiag or abuttios; upon
Veet street, far toe pnrpoaa or paying the coat
nd expense of gradiajt and paving Mid .tree.
Bar. i. That the owner of the several lota or
parcels of land booodmg or abatti g apoa West
street ebalt pay tbe swreral amonate of BDoaey
Ay them eevera ly doe ta that behatf oa or be-fore
the nfteesrth day of August, 186&. to tHb City
Xreasarac, r such other -roo as saay be aaihor--ixA
t collect tbe aaai. or be aalj"Ct to tW penal
XT and Interest allowed by law against them eev
rallT if Bt paid at the tisae Swta dcaignated.
Paeevw Jal? 31. 1?J-
F VT. PSLTOX. PxacMlfBi. of tba Gsaacil.
-G. 8. Aie, Aaaistaat Utj Cloak. AugiE
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2J86Ct
VOL. XX-NO. 180.
Familj Wiicdt Cider
Atwmjw rtaoy o Hi a , v
P e Vine and Sweet Cider,
Co o tpb u-B t , rcoaoBiicil and indiT rwabl IN
VAiaui. OWfcS ALL TtiJC lit IT.
Price to k lbt t-T.rv fmil dLirJ ium.
lu.uw low in ntd. Midt Imte tmorufiBtata
i iuu I'KriKitius.
AddrM O. . fit TCBINdON.
81 and 83 M-rwto BlrmU Ctoimltud, O.
fiREAf EROA'J GUAG-"0UBL TAACK fitiUTE!
Xex lark. Konlon and New
England JiU n.
I a nit Irk U.NfM VrM 440
hHlMKtiuico &rw Tork 41. Mil
am l i
22 fH7 Miles tb Kbttrlost Kont.
All Trmiiw mo dim tlr through to Nrw Tork, 4G
ill II. ts witaoat nui$oi uoftcua.
Frcm and ttMrJo'v tfa. lL Trmins will k&TA in
ronberiioo rili kM Wtrn tin , &n f ILowh:
KUu 11 ft Ji llltv AMU SALAMANCA-Ky IoW
5.45 A. M. MCW VOKK Da V fcXPItE?, from
b&lamaiK-a, Iailv, exci-pt pnnl.ji. lotericu
Ht llorurlUvitir. with the 3tt A. M. 1ht hx-
rv-H Irom BolTtlo, ul &rrivu) Ik Kw Vork
c 11.3 1 1. M.
MO A. M. KXI'KRB MAIL, from Dankirk, lilf
i c.-pt .vcaai4. mum t tuti&Biuica A.
M., Mid coniit-oi- m tiorntllnvillr &r,a Oiriiin?
witb ibe U A. Jl. Cxprt-Hi Mail from auU,
4.13 P. M. MCA' VOKK K ItiHT XPKM. from
Dunkirk. 1aiIt. uxix-pc MifjJyB. tocm
bitRfBLcA .'o P. hi., and rrivfl i .Ni
;,rk st P. M., rcunctiiif with att-niooB
Traitu and rstrawon tor ilua ikd Hvm
FROM B'SKFALO V.j h-v Yo Tin a tmrn D.
not cor. e. kcJiadl' and m i- taimu t nu :
S A. M. NbW iMKK UAV K fiiKsH, Huutiayi
xcepit-u. ArriTti in Nr i on at im..tii r. ju.
i''onnrtii at 4r-mt Bpud wiLh iiiliiware. Lack-
awtiuaA W-tfrn Kaiiroai lor PtnU.-Mptiiaw
UaiiiitiorA. Ha-lUntztoa and potDUbovttu
8.3d A. JB. a.'KKti MAIL, via Atod aud Hom-
Hvi!f. Vmiir. except Miudaya. Arrive In
hrw V rt at 7 0 A. N. lotiBwU it Umirt i
Willi A iUianinDurt Jc Limira KaJroad lor ilar-
rioiirf)i, Puua3-lpii, iiiuimta, Uabluiif-
T. M. LlGUTMnG EXPBKSS, Sunday i
rnpu-fl. tiujm ior ua ann waier ooijr, a&d i
rivt-Min N-w York 7 l' A. M.
t'..l5 P. M. NKW UUR M'.UT r.XrRKSS, Dsilr.
iionneciM ax iortiiriH witb m4 e. Jt .
tram itooi 1'uukirk. and arrives iu New York
at 12.3i 1. 11. Alii" roan. at Kluiira for
tlarrtatiitrr. PliilMdtMkbia abd Sontti.
30 P U Clbt lbkATL AAPKKSS. Dailr. ex-
rt'pt snn'Uy. Arrift iu iww i otk ai 3.4 r.
M. C'viioecu at (JruU llfnd with 1'rlawara,
UtrkaMauaA M'trn biilrooJ, a&d at Stw
Vorls wtUi Aiterooon Tratuti aud Suanmn lor
bortoo ami S-w kivctaud i.'itioJ.
OnH u Train rlat uu tanday. leartnr BdHaIo
P. 11., an-i leaching tw ra at U J r. u.
n.-Mion aaJ N?w F.n?Iaod Ptwneert. with tbr
Ba.jKj, io traitck-rud ltaeoiaArtj iq t irt.
Tha bput V?iti!aLfd aud most Los aiifQ ?l -epinff
OmrtK-s INTIiK WUitLD xmpaBV all lilkl
trains on tt.w railway.
b.imuf iitkft tuioogn ana jare aiwayaas ipw
Ak tor rtcitMM Tl fcrie Kniiwtar,
WiiKhca 'e ottjul at all iht Pnucipal 'licket
uincut in tio M mi aud auiiiw4 -"t.
U M li. liAhli. Orul Paei. As't.
If. RIDIV.E.3mtlnpt. aojiZ
4 n OJthl.N A.Mt To levy and astess
xHL rtwiil tax on I Dion Street.
, 1. IW- it ordained (y tlt City utincil or the
City ui ' Tvl4td t-wo-ttiir.a of all the mfnUri
rou nrnncl. That the asm of atxty-oix ceata
(Him.) bo and the ) is here-hy levied tod u-
fctHl Qi,on acl aid very fuot Irunt ol tu a-
rraJ hrtu or parcela of land bunutiiug or abattiui;
pou union iri, Urtwoen eopnor aireeta&aet.
air ktrwt, for th porpoae of payicr the coat end
expnieaf retain ni: toe tuior o! the roadway of
iirnt oeiween ine ooiuta amraaia.
Sr.c. - That ifae owners of the aevenu lot or
pare... of land aforwaid aball py the ocraral
An.aiti of moDey hy theaa ae vera My do la that
to i he Citr Tmaaurt-r, oa or bfara lh 2eth
day f Jolv. or be btibiecl to the penal and
lalrAfjt allowed hy law aaint tbea generally, tf
imii'1 at torn liiaa m W IM paiaoa bercl& do
raa Jnly :ei, lSf.
r. a. ffc.L.H'a.rre tor tee manual.
G. S. WiicatoN. At)ittant City Cl-rk. ,'"j
A S UKDIMACK-To levy nd assess
asp-ciai tax nyoo Uenrv Mreet
tkc. 1. B- it oriiamed by tlu? Ctt? Loauen oftt i
City of rjlBfeiaiRi itwo-thinis uf all thf mmbeni
coHcarriat! t. That th earn of sixiffn and on-half
cttnta be aud the aaM ia hereby leruMl and aaa"ssed
uputt each and efery toot front of the aereral lots
uarcata of land bouonina- or aoattihe npon
Hetirr etrwl, for tfce porpone cf payice tto coit
fxp1 o p rad'UR and iuiprutine said tre't.
tEc. J. That the oaner ol the toveral lota or
parcela of land femindinz or abutting vtKn aald
lieory treet, atiaJl ay tlw levartl amouiiU of
toney iy tLt-m eTralir due la that b half, on or
brjore tbo litb diiy i f Aafraat, to the City
Treasurer, or to tu b oU?r per ana aa atay bo aa-
tborir.fd to collect the Kinia, or l subject to the
penalty and lutcret allowed by law aKaiat them
everully if not psiJ l (be time ltareiu deaigoated. ,
faeeMl July m ikw.
f . W. PaLToN, Pres. of tha Council.
O. 6. WHE410K. Assist. City Clerk.
AN K0IAN( K 7 pradf, pave,
drain and improve Knclid Avenue from Per
ry street to ilson Avenue.
Sec. 1. it ordaieed by Ihe City Council of tbe
CHy of Cleveland, (two-lhirda of all ihe snembers
coucarriug). That Euclid avenue, betweea tbe
vettt eidi,- of IVrry a tree! aod Wil-ioa aTenue. be
icraded taat the carri tge way aud gutt rs be
paved wiih the wooden bio. k pavement (o-called,)
ridwlM cu rued with stiue. ana lie whole he
srooerly drained said work to Lj done under tbe
direction ana to tne acceptance oi iu uoaru oi
Sao. a. That Ibe coat and expense of said fzt ad -
inK. pariofi, draining and impruviog be estimated,
eiiu attd aNMel uhu tne lots or parcels oi land
nndiuc or abutlini: upon said Euclid aveaae be
tween tbe poiuta absreaaid iu proportion to the
number ol leet rroni on earn.
Slv. 3. That tbe curb Hsea of l KncUd aver
bitveen the points af .reaaii be hereby established
ta-tatj-ODefect fiom tbe center line aud paralbl
Pasaol Jul v 31. 1$V:
F. V. I'KLTOV, Pres'tof tbe Council.
G. 8. V ii baton, Asi't City Clerk. ang-S :
K S ORHlYiXCK-To rone I inOMi-
XT nance entitled 'Au Ordinance to provide for
dredging aod improvios; of tat Cuvsaosra tiver
taeen the notth cud of the uovernateat Pier an I
Seneca str-et "
brc. I Be it ordniued bv tbe Citv Coaacil of tbe
City of CU-veiird. That aa ordtnaoee passed June
th, lhte entitled "An Urdinatee te frovide for
the diedKint; au-t improving of theCujahora River
between ili ur-rth end of the Government Pier and
Seneca tttret-t, be apd ibe aanrM la hereby re
pealed. i t. z. That this ordinance shall m in lorce iron
aud afier lis ptsnace.
Passed July .(1, Ihri.
F. W. P ELTON. Pres t of Oooncil.
S Whkatow, A-Jrti.tanteityC?Tk. anrfii'tf
It UKf'.t.CK-To lerj- and ssms
a. a tpeclfcl tax oa l hapel Mrevt.
Scr. 1. Be ft ordained br ihe CitT Cnnnett of tbe
City of CVvetaod twa-thirds of all the aieiubor
coBCUTriDgl, That the sum of seventeen cents be
and the same is hereby levied and asvessxd upon
each and every (tut front of the several lots or
tends bounding or abutl me upon Chanel street, for
purpose of paving lit root aad expense of
gracing and improving saidsueef.
tire. t. That the owners of lbs several lots or
parce!s of land bounding or aluttitig upon said
Chpl ptreet, shall pay tho several amounts of
money by them eeverally due in that bej.alf, oa or
befor lite l'th day of August, liri, to the City
Trexsnrer, r such other person as may be autho
ri7 d to collect th- rame, or be subject Co the pen
ally and interest allowed by law agaiast th-ssi sev
eralty if not pid at the lime acraa designated, ,
Passed July M, 1MV..
F. W. P ELTON, Pres't of Council
9. VaSATQS, Aaitut City CUrk. auc O
AX 0KDI5AM E-To prorUe fort he
rnstrcltiai of a brancn sever or drain ia
tt aiuut street, west if Maneon street.
Si p 1. Bt it ordained by tbe City Councit of the
City of Cleveland, (.iwo -third, of all tn members
concurring.) That a stone-ware pipe, sewer or
drain, be constructed in Walnut street, from the
Mniraun street mrin -ewer, westerly to a point
about I feet westerly from Erie street, with the
Tsp-.u4ry bT'Uso oooncti.n pic?s aad fi ashing
ho'.es, lu aecordaoo with the plan recommended
th &.)rd of City Improve me lift, and adopted
y the City CoucK-il ISm, and now oa
ie In the ity Ctril EDgineer's otScc
Src 2 That lor the purpose or constructing
said sewer and drfrayicg tho coat thereof, there
be, and is hrebv levied aad atxea-ted tiie ania of
etghty-eevea and a half crnts if upoa each
snd evrry foot trout of tbe -veral lot or ptr
celi of laud bouadtoc or atmtline nrwo laid Wal
nnt street, betwecm Mutrsoa aod Eria ilrwis, ex
cepting ll.r feet of Ine frntaea of the lot uti tltd
north-east con.erof f rt aud Walnut streets ; 110
feet of the feoo' ef the lot on tne soutfa-east
corner ot riald Hrrt ; ;n ffet f of t'-e frontage of
Ibe lot on the north vent corner of Muirsnn and
Walnut street ; and feat of tSa froutge of the
lot oa thesouih-west ci-ratr of Muirsoa and Wal
Sec. 3. That tho own tv of the aev-ral lots or
land-j boBudiB'Tor atmrtinc upon Walnut street,
between Muireon Etrn-t and trie str-et, shall pay
tbe several moon's of money ty them aeToraily
ue in ihu aenalt.as eooa as aid sewer is com
plated paettaetr respective fots. tosweh aaraaa aa
aiaybeanth rised by tbe City Gouocil to collect
the sbi, or bo subject to tho -pyaatty aad iotarest
allowed by law agaiiMt them severally, if not paid
at ine ttnte herein designated t ,
Paes Ju(v ;tl. 18t..
P. W. l ELToN, Presid. nt of th Council.
4,. S. WheituU, Asiittani City Clerk, auai:
4 X SkSlXAXM To establish tbe
uid ten 1.4 (
"IT. 1 B. it o.4.Im4 th C.t J CauiKil ol tin
CitT oi ClTf4Md. TliM th. erm&e of th. rutn
Ua of 8n.rior .trt bet Ibe Mffterlj lin. of
Tt hen ut Ao. luu to. .b. u .. tmmm U ttarDj
f,t(i4. mt tk. foll.Mi .T.ti M Ihm turn
tew of 14 tM.t4jfur Mtabltahed bj MIDAI,
towit: At lheail.rLr litw ol VwHrnt 7& -10
at tb. rentr. IHe of Mairo .trtt 70 &-10
fv.t; ud .t tbe w1rty Itne of tt-o Mrs lot Ho.
10, (4 Vlu tmatl u UM tk t4. ln htwtri
UfoTHMaWM fOi.Uof '.T.tllB Oft BnifoTM
.nd 1. ueordABC witb lb MM W.,w.r
itrMt r3r.r4-4 i. in Ma 2. u ot pru.:M.
in lb. Gilt Ciil EoeiMr' Dttc.
tmtbri J.lj ' ' ' ' "
, r. W. PKLTOS, lr.'t of tt. 3o.Kfl.
L S. Wnutos, A't CUf Clerk. 1 bofi-Jft
ERIE - RAILWAY 1 -
i T-j! ii.t ,i It.XYi
A If 0RHIA To ppoTide for the
XI Drtdlnpof the t uyabofra nrer between Co-
umbo auraetaaa ine v u. c Paaaeuxer K.
a 8bo. L, "Be It ordained by the City Council of the
t'y of 1eTfiandaw-Uiirdaof tui the member con
enrnnfci, mat tueuaanoariTarpetween'iJoium
bn street and tbeC, C. A C. Ttasaeneer railroad
hridm, bo drrdeed or improTed to a uniform depth
of uurtrnTeet, aod that tbo aame be dono under
tlio direeuom aod aup-rvioD of the Board of City
IniproYUttonts, in such manner and at such timet
and piacea, botweea the points aforesaid, a they
hail deem for tbo beat intarusu of the City. . .
Mc. . IShat for the purpose of pay ine in pirt
Um oat ami ax poooe iif ad improTement. fifty
Br coutaia of the costs and expense of the same
anaJi oe lened, or aaaertaed upon the lota or parci-la
4aa aaifD'Jine or ahnttin upa said river be
tween the poiuta aforesaid, said asflt-asment to be
aaaoe at such times, in auch manner and Dotwcen
socfa point, dnriog the proirruas f the work, aa
ay b et.i aoatnaitabie.
Sec. 3; TS ii nadiDaooa shall be in fbrca from and
after its iiawa:v.
Passed Jbfy ai. iiwiu.
f - W. PiiLTON. Preit. of the ConncM.
0. ft. WitKAToK, At City CJerlt. aups-rtta
AN OKDIXAUfCK To provide Tor the
dsrdariujr, and improving; of the Coyahoca
lliver. between the C . C. A C. Pa-sen rtr it. K.
Bridpe and Seneca street.
Srr. 1. hV ft ordained br the CitT Council of the
City of Cl-'Teland (two thirds of all the members
cincorriog). That toe Cuyahoga Kir r b-tween
the C. C. M C. psewxer ra Iroad bridge and Seneca
atritet, be dredged and improved to a uniform
depth of thirteen feet, and that the same be done
uador the direction aod iui enision of the Board of
City ImpTOTaatenta, in such manner aod at anch
times and places between tlie points aforesaid, as
they shall deem for the beat interests of the city.
8re. 2. That for the porpoae of pying in part
tne cost and exnoaso-of said improvement, city
per centum of the cot and expe nse of the tame
Hi all be 1-Tn-d or assessed upon tfee lots or parelri
oi land DoUDOinK or abutting upon said river. De
tween the points aforesaid, sid aseasm;ut to be
made at such tidies, or in so-h manner, and be
tween suoii poo(t during the prrcr-as of the
wort, as iay tw deenH-d most equitable
b. J. This ordinance shall bo in lorce from and
after its paieajEe.
Passed July 31,
.r. w. rtLTUH, rrest or the council.
O. 8. WiieArn. Axtistsnt City Clerk. aaeJ:3S:
NO'llCE TO THE COLORED CHURCH
. ' i ' JUST PUBLISH ID,
Klnn II j tun Md Tuc Book,
Tot the harcb', Tnyw Vcetlna, School .nd
Hane!j ; it comttlet. collation of your
Stcilrd fiymni .n4 T.ns. dr.iinio4 for Ml the
OCCMDDS Or public .B4 r!T. . WOflrfl p, pf.ATcC
cxpreeslyfor tlioixi-jrud lliami.
8iBeU coaie. 25 cant, e.cfe : S-.50 per dozen :
pr bondr.,. cmple cap nt fj ni.il
on rec.pt 01 ay e?on.
8. BRAIN AKD A SOXS,
jyll PUBLISH KK8.
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THUKSDAY, AUGUST 2, I860.
tor For Evening Edition Aewtt
KiT For Morn Ins Edition Sewi
Gold closed in New York last night at lltg,
See third page for telegraphic news received
yesterday afU rnoon.
General S ermiD waa serenaded iu Wahiaton
The Mayor of Bait i more has been re-nomiuated
for a third t-rm,
The Juhuion ConTentioQ of Connect irnt yeater
day appointed delegates to Philadelphia,
A steamship line hai been established between
Panama and New Zealand. The first steamer
reached Panama ia tweuty-six days,
A convention of Underwriters, representing Ohio
and all the Western States, is ta meet at Frceprt,
Illinois, darinf the present m?nth.
Msjr General W. S. Bosecrans and Major Gen
eral George Crcok, United States Volunteer, have
been breveted Mjor Generals in the regular army.
Jobs Bobinson, the circus proprietor, was 10b-
bed r-f f 1,0 by a pickpocket in a Broadway. 2f,
T., stago the other day.
A grand celebration took place in San Francisco
on receipt of the news of the snccess of the Atlan
There were thirty-thrca caaej of cb ultra and
eleven deaths in New York, Brooklyn and among
the troojis on Governor's la land yesterday.
The Southern e jrrcspondt at of the New York
Times estimates the cotton crop at two and a half
million of bales.
The United States District Court rooms in San
Francisco were destroyed by fire day before yeater
day. The records were saved.
Mrs. Jacob Thompson has boen at the White
House to obtain an interview with the President,
for permission for her husband, who it iu Nora
Scotia, to return to the United States.
A woman named Richards was arrested oa Hoa-
day, in Detroit, on complaint of her husband, for
forging his name to drafts upon which she obtain
ed money at the bank.
The Commlisioner of Agricultnre sta tes that the
wheat crop of the country, though deficient in
quantity, it of a quality matiog it equal in Talus
to the crop of last year.
A row occurred in aladisonrilie, Miisouri, last
Saturday, U-twren the Radicals aod Conservatives
a which one of tht latter and two of the former
were killed, and nine persons wuauded.
The Douglas monument at Chicago is to have a
base of fifty feet high, a shaft of forty feet, and
statue of ten fret surmounting the whole. It is to
bo composed of white II te stone.
Cyrus W. Field telegraphs that he has chartered
a steamer to ran between New Found land and
N-va Scotia uulil the Gulf cabltj is replaced which
he hopes will bo this week,
Twmty tuestasr for Kurope over the cable were
filod iu New Yort day before yesterday afternoon,
and the h receipts amounted to over three
The Seventh Streot Railroad Co a: piny of Cincin
nati have commenced running cars every hour dur-
ngthe night. Tb fare aftur half paU (lcVen ii ten
An additional thirty-five miles of tho.Udion Pa
cific Railroad has been com pitted and accepted by
tbu Government Commiioners. The road is u.,w
built to witb.n thirty-one milt of Fort Kearney,
which point will be r&u:u d by the first of Sep
Our special dispatches from New York contain
extracts from the China's mail, giving particulars
f the cVtfula
London reports by the Atlantic cable ; alno the
reliminaties of the amiistio negotiations and the
base of peace.
General Uaird telegrai-hs to tho Department at
Washington from New Orleans that the riot i
suppressed, lie declared martial law in the city.
Forty psrsons were killed and a large nnmber
wounded, nearly all being friendly to tho Conven
NEWS BY THE ATLANTIC CABLE.
[As we may expect to Pensive it when the wire
stretches around the Globe.]
Cable Items. The sea-serpent has been
successfully laid between Aspy Bay and
Port aa Basque, and hereafter dispatches
from Heart's Content will be forwarded
through it instead of by the yacht. It is
not anticipated that the telegrams will be
scaly at all.
Night before Iaat, in latitude 24 4j ,
longitude 15 10", 1000 fathoms deep, a par
ty of mischievous young mermaids were
caught swinging on the cable. They were
Fsom EraoPB. Tho jjjport that Austria
has been purchasing needle-guns to repair
the rents made by Prussia, is manufactured
out of whole cloth. Do you see the point ?
The London Times1 special from Wind-
tor says the Queen yesterday directed the
Lord Treasurer to pay Minister Adams the
amount claimed by the United States for
losses by the "Alabama," and that Mr.
Adams received a cheque for the amount on
the Bank of England, and at once turned it
n to her Majrssy's Exchequer to square the
damages occasioned by the Fenian raid on
Canada. Thus tbe nie that binds ut" is
strengthened and perpetuated.
Goldsmith's Deserted Village "?weet
Auburn, loveliest of tho plain" bos been
purchased on ninety days " time for the
American Premier, Mr. Seward, who will
ratire to that secluded locality, after the
Philadelphia .Convention, to pursuo his
studies on the Prophecies.
In London.at an early hour last evening.
a young gentleman, with spare leg4t V76ik
eyes and light hair, named John Chi very,
was observed by Little Djrritt a you eg
lady of amiable character who resides in
the Old Marshal sea to throw him3e)f Into
the water from the Iron bridge. A paper
found in his pocket after the body was
recovered contained a pathetic inscrip
tion for his own tombstone.
One Shylock was arrested at a late hour
the other night, on the Eialto, in Venice,
for being on a bender and disturbing the
neighborhood with his cries about his
dacats an 4 his daughter. He wa3 marched
across a bridge of large size ta the police
station in the Ducal palace by that excel
lent officer of the Adriatic Freed men's Bu
reau, Othello, who has heretofore done the
state some srrvioa.
F0a Asia, Ectpt and Palrstise. The
price of pork in Jerusalem advanced yes
terday 2 shekels per pound.
A young Damascus blade has been ar
rested in that city for coming the confidence
game over a mummy of the 2d century. He
swor'd awfully when he was " took up."
An accomplished young woman in
Tyre, u descendant of Queen Cleopatra,
committed suicide day bo fore yesterday by
swallowing a dose of '-Egyptian call a.'
-Tho enclosure on the Eastern side of the
Garden of Eden, beiog in bad repairman
unruly hippopotamus lately escaped, but
was soon secured. The loeal paper the
daily AJpa and Omega aays the Garden is
going to ruin. All traces of the bower
where Adam and Eva took their sietas
have disappeared: though the trail of the
serpent is plainly visible in the Orchard,
the trees of which still bear fruit, but of in
ferior flavor and no piquancy.
"Navigation on the river Kile is ob
structed by crocodiles. Water only 3 ft.
on the shoals and falling.
From El Mbdiwae. A party of vagrants,
called pilgrims, en route to Mecca, to visit
the tomb of the lamented Prophet, were
raided one day last week on the great des
ert by ft band of gentle Bedouina. and rifled
of their opium, garlic k and amulets. Allah,
Th Uissiosakt Sxkvic. Late reports
from the Fejee Islands represent the inhabi
tants as likely to suffer far lack of mission
ary meat. The stock on hand is reduced to
t limited number of old And rather tough
individauls, and A freah supply of young
And jaiej victims would be hailed with de-
Feoh ras Oaisar. The. Tycoon of Japan
committed hari-kari after reading the latest
diapatchee from Mexico in the Jappanncd
Summer. The coroner', jury returned a vcr-
The Tribunes special from Tckin says
His Oriental Highness, tho child of the Sun
and the brother of tho Mon, the Emperor
China, in order to rclievejiis subjects from
the dreadful necessity cfj drowning their
, 1 . ,
surpms cniiuren, oaa mi opon me plan 01
States, where, of late years, he nnderstands,
there has been a great scarcity of babies.
fAtthis Doint tli. M. Sffilftit- ttriatMl hi.
tail and thus prevented further communi
cation. As soon as the twist is out, dis
patches will be sent thiough straight)
MASSACRE OF NEW ORLEANS
Further Details of Horror.
A Chaplain Fired on While Waving
a White Flag.
Statement of a Conventionist.
He is Shot a Policeman While
Ugly Rumors About President
He is Supposed to Have an Understanding
With the Rioters.
The Xew Orleans correspondent ef the
ncinnati Commercial (Conservative) lends
the following additional details of the mas
sacreof the New Orleans Convention ists by
tho mob of Monday last:
HISTORY OF ORIGIN AND PROGRESS OF THE
NEW ORLEANS, July 30, 7:30 P. M.
Tha massacre is over for the present. The
military, neaaea Dy uenerai iJaird in per
son, at half past four o'clock, took posses
sion of Canal street, and cleared iho street
from Dryades to St. Charles, also the two
latter streets to Common. A regiment of in
fantry and a battery, headed by a band.are.
while I writ, parading tbe city. General
Sheridan ha3 not yet arrived, while ho is
most anxiously looked for. Therois gener
al lndiguaLion among Union men even the
most moderate at General Baird, whose di
latortness has sacrificed bo much lite.
It is now understood to have been a con
cocted plan on the part of the rebels jwwug
whom ike President's dispatch trni known yes
terday morniuj. At the tap of a Jire-bcU fVtc
rioter left tlteir biisincHS, havinfj lately pur
chased revolvers, to mert and be led fy the police,
who were aUo armed to the teeth. All rushed
towards tbe Convention, breaking down the
fences on Barronne street, in the rear of the
Capital, which was surrounded by a lorce
A hey then ran into me Dmiuing, and
while the crowd outside were firiui; into the
windows, climbed the stairs inside, their
leader shouting, itally. boys, rully, and
dischaigcd their pistoU into tho Represen
tative Hall, where there were at the time
but fifteen con veu tioiiista, it oing during
sevcnty-ltve negroes in tLe-tajU-.y, all of
whom, in the nau, prostrated ifct.-iuseJvea to
escape the shots. As soon as the laiola ol
the pouco were emptied, tne besieged, roso
and drove out the assailants with chair-, at
the same time barricading the doora. Then
King Cutler called upon all tuose who
had arms to leave the hall, and Cnptain
Burke, the gallant Chiet of Toll ce. deposed
by Monroe, went out and fought his way
back to Barronne street, escaping with a
in his side.
The fury of the besiegers increased, the
barricade was broken and pistols were again
discharged. Then lie v. Mr. Horton, ex
army Chaplain, who had made the prayer
the opening ot the Convention, advanced
tho door and.showing a white handker
chief, asked for himself and the rest to surrender.-
He was fired upon, hit Dy the shot
the forehead, then seized and beaten till
he was insensible by the mob and police.
One alter another the members of she Con
vention in the hall waved their handker
chiefs, protesting that they were unarmed
and wished to surrender. Yet not a single
arrest was made in the hall, but each man
he came out, hoping to escape the certain
fate threatened if ho remained, was seized
and brutally handled by tho police.
Jfoor Uosue pleaded lor his lite. Me was
Union exile, but by his kind treatment to
rebel families in the absence of their pro
tetors, he had endeared himaelf to many,
even ot bis political enemies.
Besides the sutierers I have named, in a
former dispatch, Dr. Hinewas shot in the
head and stabbed in the side.
1 fan. as veL v'wm vnn nn csfimfttn nf f hp
number killed and wounded.which, though
the riot lasted scarce three hours, and seemed
be confined to a few streets, must put the
juerapnts an air lar in toe s&ade.
The Mayor has issued a pro2lan1ation.de-
elaring the riots to have been precipitated
ny tne revolutionary taction, and calling on
the citizens to enroll themselves as extra
police.. At half-past siz live hundred had
enrolled, and the countersign given out to
them for the night is "General Hardee."
SECOND DISPATCH—STATEMENT OF A WOUNDED
Dr. Dostie is not yet dead. Holies at the
Hotel Dieu. I have just seen him and
pressed his hand. He returned the pres
sure, and whimpered, smiling, that he
should not die. His worst wounds are in
the abdomen and spine. His ntek is badly
cut behind. an4 cow much swollen. He is
quite fer gone, but his strong soul and pow
erful will may bring him through.
In the next ward at the same hospital, I
spoke with S. S. Fish, brother of the con
ventioni&t, who, s& I dispatched yesterday,
was wounded and imprisoned. This fine
young man is a lawyer, and the same who
read tne Declaration 01 independence at ine
Union cc'ewatioa on the Fourth. He
has three revolver shot wound a, in the
head, left arm aud back, in which the balls
still lodge; besides, he has several ugly
bruise, ine following is nis own account:
After Rev. Mr. Horton had baen shot
while showing a flag of truce and proSerine
surrender, I made my way onto the door
to tba landing at tue bead 01 ine stairs.
here 1 met a young man in citizen s dress.
armed with a club, whom I asked if we
cjuld not surrender. He replied 2-To, we
intend to kill you all,' and then he raised
his club toatrke ine. J rutt&i axd4 to a police
man who stood near the stairs, and begged
him to take me prisoner, that my life mi?ht
be saved, tic wuuie no reptjf that j remitter
oj, butpushm Jhijrom the landing and jcrcett
ate to descend the stairs alone. At tne bottom,
was encountered by two 'citizens, who at
tacked me with their fists. I broke from
them, ran to a pliccman oa the pavement and
heaped him to protect me. He knocked mc
dote with hi rttolecr. I, rising, run eh
stunned but consci-Kis, ran toiaard- another
policeman whom I saw in the center of the
street calling on htm to save mc. 11c repiiea
by ramng Ai revolver and taking deliberate
im at mc, but which of my wounds he gave me
J cannot tell, as I fell 10 the ground for a
moment, senseless. The next I remember
I was between to policemen, who took me
through Common, Carondalet and Lay lay
ette street to nriaon. AIL along Common
and Carondalet streets respectbaly dressed,
apparently business men, came out of tho
stores, and, standing on tne pavement, cried
'Kill him! the d d Yankee white nig
ger!' I was kept in a cell for some time,
laid on a plank, unable to get release on
bail, till Judge Hart came and had me re
moved to the parlor above, and from there
1 was brougbt bore."
General Lee. General Banks' Chief of
Cavalry, and Colo u el Wentwortb, represen
tatives' elect ' of the Louisiana freed men,
tell us that Mr. Shaw, a member of the
Convention, and who, as I dispatched yes-
terdav. was shot in the shoulder and im
prisoned, on returning to his room at the
Bt. Charles Hotel, last night, after being re
leased, was refused admittance -bv Mr.
Boyd, the proprietor of that hotel, on the
ground that the other guests of the hotel,
had resolved not to share the same house
anr longer with ft Black Republican.
Colonel Wan-north, who has also been taking
his meals at the at. Uheries, says that on
hearing this from Boyd, to whom he at
once applied for the truth, he demanded his
bill, when Mr Boyd took occasion to say
I civil officers have roported. and are nerlorm
of I ng duty: others decline to en c under martial
the same rule must include Colonel Wnr-
mortn, who promptly answered : "Sir, you
nave heard ma demand my bill. I have
aismiased you. not you me."
President Johnaon'a In.t nian.fl, t it
I torney General Ilerron, already telegraphed
I w tne Associatea l rss, this aiorninir. i.
ha"fd with trimPh by tho evening prets.
Monroe, at I report, d last nink't.mJnfZ
has proclaimed martial law, and put (Jen-
Th ,. ;" r; t.
I m""9 te latter i hit Hovor Mayor
. iuu jimi-i coniDiains r.i tho
i hv ,;,: r . ' .
negroes miprisoneu by the police yestordoy,
I n the ground tiiat their testimony is thereby
Iosl ,' Pswution, which undoubtedly
7. "T"Z T. l,"s "'vention an.l
PAryFcr. rchors about tub prksthcxt.
WashiDgtoa(Jitly So) Dispatch to N. Y. Tribune.
Aiapaicnes nave u?en received nere from
new urlaftD?, dared S3 lato as f o clock, sta
ting that the riot is at its hight. The Pres
ident has been applied to for Dcrmi-tsion in de
clare martial late, but has refused, stating
ma me i-ivij nuiuurines nave sumrient
power, if not, then the military shall aid than.
This was telegraphed to that city by a
Xew Orleans editor now here, as a hint to
ilia Aiayor that tiio 1'residcnt would bub-
tain bim in 111s scheme of breaking up the
- " -ii. .n.u up pi tea 1 ma 10 mo
White House for a verification of thnnW.v
fact revealed nothing further then th?it th-
wiiinr naa aa interview about o clock
this evening, and ho might possibly have
borne away the impression thai th Pr;.
aent was in lull sympathy with the rebel
purposes, tbougb ne did not so express hiru-
CENSORSHIP OF THE TELEGRAPH—PAYORITISM.
X. 0. (July ai) Eispntch to Cio. Commercial.
'Iliecityis unier martial law. Ann Ami
Kants commanding. A military censor is
established in the telegraph office, and all
matter intended for transmission is submit
ted to tbe inspection of General Baird. Mi
Bbelley, of the New York Tribune, has been
nctibed iromtne Washington othce that hi
dispatches failed to arrive there till after
midniiiut, wbile tbe Aew ork Time lmh.
lished extraaat 4 F. M., containing fall ac
counts, air. buauey s dispatches wero in
at the same time as those of Mr. Brook?.
Mr. Shelley has suffered the same delay be
fora. It ia thought there is some unir.it
prejudice somewhere on tho line, and the
general wisd. botn ot tne reporters and tel.
egraphers at this office, is to ferret out the
lauik . ine censorship was established
here yesterday, at S:.".t i. M.. with Second
Lieutenant Brown, Company B, Mst Uni
ted StaW-j Colored infantry, as Censor.
Jltst Inliltit?I A i'aiiihli t contaimiig
morh valuaMe iuformalion, wLich will be sent
free to any ad.lrc-aa npoc application to tbo Union
Bnniiiefli Institute, Obailin, 0. jy8
Ke.nrncHl-Mr. G. K. HCTOHINSoN, hav-
io retartud to thii city and c-pentd a dtpot at SI
aod 8,". Horrin street, for the supply of bis WINE
AMI CI DCS MILL, all orders from the Western
Kta es will here.-tftrr be snj-plied from this point.
Tue many inipror-'aifaU that have been addtd to
this mill milt it one r-f Hie mmt desirablo aod
efficient mills for family purposes now in Use, and
tlie price at wlu: j it is a2ordl briu-; it within
tbs roach of every ww. Sfj advrtjaeuit-nt in au-
Mr. C. E. Ilutchiuson is also Oneral Wosturn
tpswt f.T II. W. Pell's iniprovrd solid head Screw
Wrench. Every wrench warranti-4. Alfo, f,r
Pap-3's AnH'.iary Jaw, t-r common wn ncb s, for
turning rni.d iron or g is pip. This .law fits on
auy wrench, aud uiakcd a iwirfect gaa tong-i ont of
it at a trifling ex 1-use. fcrery i---: . -1
CXT Bounlr JLjiw I'mnsoU. CAKUAN
A CABRAN, lato U.S. A., No. 211 Superior strict,
authorized toounty Attorneys. angl::t:;ii
For Kale. -MARK Bright Vj Maro aud
now Co-I-Ihx Bu.v and Harness. Iuqttiro at
and 41 Rivr jtre.-t. ' aU-::3.
Dr. K. U. A Hear office, tY.rm-rly or Water
street, mty be fnntl at No. XM Ra .k street, over
Cutter ft Son's Auction Store. 13 30:337
Haditoo Female Soininary. Iho Fall ,
Term will otnmence on Weincsday, September .
tU. For circalArsaply to the Prim ipal.
KMILY B. METCALF.
nuds-41, July 0th, 130G. . jy;(i :ia7
IV ew Bonnly Lan I.vkc1 . C A R R A N
k CAURAN, late U. S A., No. 2!1, Superior-st.
authorib-d Ronnty Attorney-1. aagl::i-'IG
Lives thre a man with so;il so deaJ,
Who sever t bimsolf hath said
Robkcb's Bitters tbpy are tlio In-st
To appetite they fiive a ztt ;
Tin re aro none so cvh1, 1 ooe s pare,
- DUeese oono will ao surely car".
Take it my friend if y;.nd bo well,
Tate it, and to your ntrghlor tell
Th wondrous story of ibtir worth ;
Tell it, and bt the word go forth.
He Jih wealth, aud that ui-anfl rccubic's,
One thing U-tter that is Bit act's
The svert odor of spriur time are t. til I fully
bleadtd 1 1 that popular perlnme for the to let,
EavpfiAX CalIbA, mannfitf tared by Tallbas k
Colubs, Sold by alU druggists and at whole
sale by ;
STRONG A ARMSTRONG,
' BICXTOX, MYERS A CANFIKLD,
Jy30;?4 Wholesale AgeuU.
New iJinndrv for Fine VVIiiuSr snd
Ironincrof entIotDert Linen. Dfrssrs.
HACZINZIE k PARSONS rcpectfolly announce
to the gentlem-a of (Tevelaud that their new
Latin dry for doing fine Washing and Ironies Is
now in operation, and they are prepared to fe
ceivo orders at their store, Ko. 14 Moan men t
Square, for doin? np gentlemen's linen in the best
and meet neat style. JnnvlUB13
KpecJnl tantlim-MRS. WIKSLOW'S
SOOTHING SYRUP baa become so popular that
various parties have put ont articles calling tbea
Mrs. Wins low's. Please take notice that tbe Mrs.
Winslow of the Soothing fly nip is not connected
withany other article. oni2:U44
Slonn'A Horse OIntinrnt.-This jnstly
celebraU-d Ointment has gained for itself a reputa
tion which no other Ointment or S-ilve has ever
acquired in this country. It is well known and
use by almost every Livery-Stable Keeper, Stage
Company and Teamster, East and West, North
and South. It stand uneqnalled for the rapid
care of Freh Wounds, Galls of all kinds. Sprains,
Bruises, Tracked Heels, Bioebone, "Wfndgills,
Strain-i, Lameness, Fonndered F.t, S4id Cracks,
Scratches, ic, Ac.
This Ointmnt is pot np iu sirony t.1a Bottles,
and a-li for "-ii Ceata Bottle.
WALHEB A TAYLOB, Proprietors.
Fur sale by Irtir;gi; mn MorchantH everywhere.
STBONG A ARMSTRONG,
apHRlt Wholesale AenU.
FiiiMT rnbfurt and Wooden Toilet
ArtU-Ie, of tbe most taity style, manufactured
at 19.r Oatario street, Htirlbnt's Block, Bear
Bnlldings. A. N. PIPEB,
maySbRl? Mechanical Jobber.
r.illoBLiu'9 Patens Xeek Tie IleKier.
Ttiis convenient article, for tbe gi'nUexnm'g
wardrobe is now received, and for sale by us. It
Is a aimple labor-aaviog contrivance by which
several different ties ran be made. Gentlemen are
invited to call and examine.
MACKENZIE A PARSONS,
junelV.Itl.1 14 Monument Square,
llolb and FrekIeLadies afflicted with
PisRoloratioos on tbe Face, called moth patches or
frectles, sboold use FERRY'S OeUb rated MOTH
end FRECKLE LOTION. It fs infallible. Pre
pared by Dr. B. O. PELRY, Dermatologist, 49
Bond street, N. Y. Sold by all druggists in Cleve
laad, and elsewhere. Price Ji. may 17-340
Tne A meriran I'ook Ins: Move Is man-
nfctnred with cvrttin improvements secured by
letters patent, under date of May 5, 1I, and Ie-
cembet S. 18(15. One of these improvements C'iTer
thearrangaient of fitting a portable ash pan In
the hearth of a Cooking Stove, to receive tbe asbee
as it pasaes down from the grate. All persons are
cautioned agaiast ma&afacturing, rending or using
other Stoves made in imitatioh of taa AasaiCAi,
as suits have been commenced for Infringement of
these patents, and all persons ma nn facta ri ,sel
Unjter asing said ihitatiokb, will beliatlefor
damages for infringement on these letters pAteaL.
( SHEAR, PACKARD CO.,
17 and 19 Green-st., Albany, N. Y.
The AxsaicAM ia (or sale by
J. M.BAILEY A CO.,
jnne9:37a-?.o.d Cleveland, Ohio.
St-eel Nfimps and Menell B
of evsry descriptioa and style, mannfactnred at
ISA Ontario, Harlbut's Block, Rear BniMinge,
BAv8.-ftia a. a. PIPER.
BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE.
LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES.
New Orleans Riot Suppressed.
Dispatch from General Uaird lo
Forty Persons Killed and a Large
Cholera on the Increase in Now York.
Eighteen Cases aud Fourteen Deaths.
TIIE FGKEIGX NEWS BY JIAIL
Accounts of tie TrosWe that Led
to tlie Reform Eio&
Preliminaries of the Armistice and
Conditions of Peace. ;
CHOLERA IN LONDON
NEWS BY ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH
Gold Closed in New York Last Ki,
Associated Press Report.
The New Orleans Riot Suppressed—to
Washington, Angus. 1. General Baird
telegraphs from New Orleans, July ;1 : The
riot has been supposed. I have declared
martial law in the city. AU-ut 4t persons
hare been killed and a largo uumbor
wounded, nearly all being frienJJy to the
News From Europe
OVER THE ATLANTIC CABLE.
Dispatch from Mr. Field—Steamer
Chartered to Carry Dispatches—Gulf
Cable to be Completed this Week.
Ha art's Cost est, July 2K I have char
tered the stoamer Dau..itlee's to run between
New Foundlantl and Cape Breton to carry
moss ages nntil wo get the cable repaired
across the Gulf of SL Lawrence, which we
expect to accomplish during this week.
Mr. Mac Kay, Superintendent ol the New
Fonndiaud llue, left hero Friday in ller
Majesty's Btoamer Nieer for Caje North.
The stoamer Blood Hound 13 aloniriue
- .- Uiuin 111 twelve mticsoi
cable to repair tho Gulf of St. Lawrence
cable, and will leave for Cape North this
The Atlantic cable is working splendidly.
CYRUS W. FIELD.
Receipts from Messages.
New Voi:k, August 1. Wo learn that.
though the announcement that the Atlantic
Cablo was open for was business only
made yesterday, there were twenty mes
sages filed for Europe that -day, and the
cash receipts therefrom at tho New Tork
office were $T.,04G in gold.
Nino teen messages were filed in the New
York office to-day for transmission through
the cable to Europe on which tolls were
paid to the amount of $2,1 7 in gold.
Troops Leaving France for Mexico.
The following is a tranalaion from Le
Faeis, July 27. Tho Memorial de la Loire
the 14th reported that a net detachment
the Foreign Legion, come from Aix and
going to embark at Nazar? for Mexico,
passed through that city yesterday.
Communication in Nova
Sacxv-illk, N. B.,August 19 P. ST. The
Nova Scotia lines have failed to work east
Ficton since 7 o'clock this evening. TVe
arc in consequence unable to receive any
despatches to-night via Aspy Bay from the
Atlantic Cable. It is expected that tbe wires
will be repaired by to-morrow morning.
An Additional 35 Miles of Pacific R.
Omaha, August 1. The Government Cmi-
misaioners yesterday accepted, an additijju
al 35 miles of the Union Pacific Kailroatl.
One hundred and sixty-threa miles of tth
road are completed. This brings the roaci
within thirty-one miles of Fort Kearney,
which point wili be rciched by the 1st ot"
September. Regular rrassemger trains aro
Pennsylvania Soldiers' Democratic
Haerisbtrg, August 1. Tho Pennsylva
nia Soldiers' Democratic State Convention
assembled in this city. Credentials have
been presented by delegates from every
representative district iu the Sta to. Gen
eral Jacob B. Swetzer, of Allegheny county,
was chosen temporary chairman. A com
mittee of thirteen was then appointed to se
lect onieera tor a permanent organization,
after which the convention took a recess lor
Boudoin College Commencement.
Brpkbwick, Me., August 1. The Com
mencement festivities of Boudoin Coilego
are progressing finely. The following hon
orary degrees were conferred this forenoon:
Hev. ir. vvorKls, L,u. 1. ; tiev. Jonn riiie,
l. J. ; Rev. Egl-ert C. Smyth c. I). ; War
ner T well inter. A- M.
Ilev. Dr. Woods to- Lay sent in his resig
nation as President of the College. It as
accepted and referred, to a committee of the
uoar-l. 1 iie Kev. irr. xiarns, 01 i.angor,
will undoubtedly be, chosen his successor.
The Johnson Convention of Connecticut.
Nsw Haticw, August 1. The John Bun
State Convention met in this city to-day.
Nearly two hundred people, rncludLn'; mem
bers and spectators, were present. Senator
Dixon prosiaad. and reau a lengtny adaristfi,
condemning the policy oi Congress and sus
taining tn&t ol r resident Jobnson. lie-viiti-tions
in the same tone were adoptett. Thirty-nine
delegates were appointed to the
Kichkohd, Vs., August 1. Toe i;entrai
Committee reassembled to-day, and ap
pointed a sub-Commissioner to recommend
list of delgates to the Philadelphia Con
vention. A resolution proposing to instruct
delegates to vote as a unit, was indefinitely
postponed. Themeeticg- adjourn e d until
p. in., to rceive the report of the Subcommittee.
From New York.
Daily Cholera Report—33 Crises and
14 Deaths in and around New York.
New York, Angnst 1. Fifteen cases anil
six deaths in this city, and cigh teen cases
and fire deaths in Brooklyn frorj cholera,
reported to-day. There were thr ao doatas
from cholera amonfr the troop on OoTer
nors Island last nifht, iocladin ;-one olh
cer, Lieut. Smith. All officers. Mi-taiied &r
duty there Are ordered to report uxlay,
and hereafter nntil the disease has abated
no person will be allowed to en ter or leave
Col. Hayden. n. S. A., in eon imand of the
PoBtis doint? all inhis oowerU umiiroTelhe
Sanitary condition of the lalai jI.
Col. Brown, one of the bear. Surgeons in
me army is Burgeon-in-Chtef .
Express Companies' Matters.
Washington savs at -ihe elos e of the war,
Adani fixprea. Co., adTanc ed i0,OWI to
the Virginia Companies upon the' under
standing that they should not carry freight
lor any otner txpresa company at less than
they were paving. Under these. circum
stances the Express Company, under Gen.
Joe Johnstone s managctuenu can t com
nste. and Railroad Companies having re
established themselves, arc endeavoring to
putan end to their arrangements with Av
nil's Company. The ease is in the U.S.
Courts and will be decided next week.
Sa Fraxcisco, July The-steamer
Conptitution has sailed for Panama with
l,l.2,.u0 in treasure, of which $07d,S4W is
Rejoicing Over the Success of the Atlantic
Sas FiAsneco, August 1. A Victoria
dispatch of yesterdav savs thai an enthus
iastic celebration took place the day pre
vious, on the receipt ol the news of the
siiccesstul laving ol the Atlantic Cable.
The Legislature adjourned, business 1
suspended and. the Governor, Chief Justice
and Mayor addressed the immense meeting
in the public square. The Mavor was in
structed to send a congratulatory address to
Tho Lnitod fatates steamer Painaw
sailed yesterdvfor Victoria. G. II. Mum
ford, of tho Western Union Telegraph Com
pany, and Jas. Street are passengers.
The U. S. Court Room in San Francisco
Sa?t FRAifCrsco, Julv 31. A fire this
morning destroyed tha United States Dis
trict Court Ror.ms. The records wore saved.
The export of - copper ore for the last
six months ia 04,0.t tuns. Agent- of the
A wan sea works arc here, looking ior sup
plies. ' . . .
Foreign Mail Regulations.
"VfAsmsGTos, August 1. Notice has been
received from che Prussian Posteflice that
n consequence of tlie war letters for the
Ionian Inlands. Greece, India, China, Aus
tralia, etc., cannot be forwarded by the
Frwsisn closed mnil to their destination
via Trieste, nntil further notice. Letters
or tnrse countries are not to be tiispatcned
from the U, S. in the closed mail to .Prussia.
RECEIVED OF TO 3 O'CLOCK, A. M.
Special Dispatches to the Western Press.
RKSnuE OV THE 5KWS BROTOHT F.T THE CHINA.
N- Yorh. Aneast 1. The China's mail
brinss full particulars ot the events wnicu
ureceile'l the ILoform riots in London, re
ported by the Atlantic cable on Monday.
On tho isth of Julv, Sir Kiehard Mayne,
Commissioner of Tohco iu London, issued a
printed notice poiutinr out the illegality of
Slum! lual sucn raeeungs wcru iucuusisv
ent with the purposo for which the park
was thrown open to and used by the public.
Sir Uichard, after allndin? to the pro
posed reform gathering on tlie -'A, inli-mu-d
that no assemblage of persons in
lari;e numbers would be allotrcd to take
piace in tne raric aim ui an mrc.-aajn y
cMHiires would lie adopted to prevent any
Eucii meotius and ellcctually preserve tho
puuiic pesre. lie clao addrosswi a letter to
the Chairuiau of the lieforin League asking
him to use his iullueuce in preventing the
assemblage. The Cliairman replied by let
ter that he culd not reccsnize Maync's
riubt or power to so act, styling any inter
fpr.nm as dancerous and unconstitutional
alio wroto throuii the papers that no
alteration of the jirogramma would taae
Tho subject came tip in Parliament n the
I'.ith in "which iir. Walpole cr-iorsed
Msvnc'4 procecdiuJ and assumed its ro-.
sponsibility. In answer to Mr. Mill he ad
mitted that the prohibition was founded on
the fact that Hydo Park was A royal park,
and it was to prevent a breach of the peace.
THE WAR IN GERMANY.
Tha following preliminaries tions
for an armistico are given. Oa the
night of Joly 12lh the Secretary of the
French Embassy in Berlin delivered at the
headquarters of the Austrian army the fol
lowing proposals on tho part of Prussia.
Tho King of Prussia, in order to allow for
ascertaining tho intentions of tho Italian
government, is ready to abstain from all
acts of hostilities for three, days on the fol
Tht Auslrians to evaluate the country
between the position at present held by the
Prussians and the river Thayer. The
troops of tbe armies of the north and south
and Saxou army, and all their convoys,
artiiiery and munitions to remain station
ary and to abstain from making any mova
meni till the expiration of tho toriu agreed
on. Prussia to remain at a distance of
three milf3 from iilmu'z. and tho Prague
and Dresdon Raiiroad to bo open for the
transmission ot provisions for the Prus
sian Army. The Amtrians replied that
the Prussian propositions were prejudicial
to Austria, and advanlrgeous to Prussia,
citing as examples, that at a Ji3tance of
three miU from Olmutz, the Prussians
would be able to surround thier fortresses,
and that tie italians not being included
in ' the conditions of the
tracei would be able to advance.
Austria made counter proposal, fixing
a lino of demarkntion to oa crossed by
neither army, but within the limits of
which the several armies mould be allowed
to act freclv. This line was to toliow the
Thaya Ironi its source to within two miles
westof Lindenbcrg; to run parallel to and
two miles to the westward of the Danden
burgand Olmntr Railroad; to continue as
far as the pcs.tion then occupied by the
Pnnsians. and to stop two miles west and
north of the out?r works of Oimulz. This
the King of Prussia declined," and said the
sending of commissioners was needless.
. Lord Stanley had said in answer to tho
siieslions, that England had nr, hot might
cuer her erviccs as mediator between Prus
sia. Italy end Austria. Her own interests
-were never less concerned. He had no ap
of drawn into tha war.
THE CHOLERA IN ENGLAND.
The Fall Mall Gazette ays there can be
n.f douW now that tho cholera, which has
ah-eady liected a lodgementin manyofour
more distant ports, bus appeared in a very
trou blesonte form n London.
Thirteen eases have been admitted into
the hospital, and five deaths have occurred
this week, and other patients are now in A
precarious state. Several cases of cholera
have taken place ia Uie neighborhood of the
hospital. The cholera was also virulent at
COMMANDER OF THE AUSTRIAN ARMY.
The Arch Duke Albert has assumed oom
111 a ad of the Austrian armies. .
THE BASIS OF PEACE.
Tho London journals give the ..Mowing
as substantially the basis of peace between
the contondin powers:
Tho dissolution of tho present ISermanic
The construction of a bond from which
Austria is to excluded.
Prusssa to annex the Elbe Duchies, ex
cept .North Sch'eswig, whieh is to revert to
Tke cession of Venelia to the Eingof
THE N. Y. POSY ON THE PRESIDENT.
The Evening Post condemns President
.T.knmn V.r interference in the diflieulties
at New Orloant; If, it eays, according to
his .theory Lonisiana is a State in the
Union, by wiiat ricm aoes qciuhticiu wt.u
its internal affairs. The convention hade
right to ait whether ii was a legal or illegal
body, and if illegal ihe State was the pro
per iadee of the fact, whkh. ought to have
: -4 . - . 1 i . I. - 1 hntMT.
Deen aeciuen u, 1
izes his order aa exceedingly unfortunate,
and addressed to wrong oiiiccrs.
Mr. Stephens has issued a call lo the cir-
leof New York, Will-.smstmrg ana .lersey
City, directing tnera w mcei mm kud
Cooper Institute on Monday evening Aug.
A CALL. ANNIVERSARY OF EMANCIPATION IN THE WEST INDIES.
"Tk. noloml neonle in this vicinity
mMint. to-dav in honor of the West
?. ?.....- r- ,K;-amrt
Indies emancipation. AToi;wiU(i ......
A SUSPICIOUS CRAFT.
A letter from Monteveido Jane Hth,slates
that on a voyage to that port, on the 2:'.d of
April, in long. 5 lw, lat. 3n, was fol
lowed by a fast crew steamer of 1.500 tons
burden.'with a large crew on board ana a
pivot gun on deck. After coming within A
mile, it changed its course and went off.
UNCLE SAM—HIS MARK.
Washisotob, August 1 The printing
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CLyLA.HP LIATllIB COHPHNT.
burcan of the Treasury Department Ts now
printing lu.OOO.iHlu of r j.ir
denominations for beer barrels, as required
by a recently passed law. It ia supposed
that this provision will materially pre
vent frauds on the Internal Revenue
WHY THEY DID IT.
Although many members of Conirrmu
voted against the increase of their sala
ries, it is probably cloarly established that
every one of them had drawn the extra
OF INTEREST TO SOLDIERS.
only the claims of the heirs of deceased
soldiers. But as there will be at least 200.-
OOoof such claims, time must" be required
to prepare a proper register and make
other necessary arrangements to receive
them. Xo advantao' can ioesiblv be
gained by hurrying claims to that office or
to the Posmagter General's olHces . -
COMPILING THE REVENUE LAWS.
Tho compilation of tho new internal rev
enue law, with previous laws of a like
character, has been completed at tho Otnee
of the internal Revenue and ia now in the
hands of the public pointer, it is expected
mat hue A,uiuiiioMt:r w.n uo aoie to com
mence the distribution of copies to-morrow.
DEATH OF A BIG INJUN.
Philadelphia, August 1. A Washington
spateh to the Ledger announces the death
f John Ross, the distinguished Cherokee
Chief, in that city.
Baltihcee, Angnst 1. Mayor Chapman
for the third time has been renominated as
CnARLPSTox, S. C, August 1. It is known
to-dsy that the prisoners condemned to
death by military commission and, whose
recent mysterious removal from Castle
nckney caused much speculation, were
sent to the Dry Tortugas for life by order of
tho Proeiuent, who thus commuted their
PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIERS STRAGGLING.
Harrisbcruh, Pa.. August!. Resolutions
wore passed at the Democratic Soldiers Con
vention held here to-day, which repudiated
the action of the Soldiers Convention held
in Pittsburgh ' in June last, claiming that
the members of this Convention are ihe only
authorized representatives ot tne aohliers ot
Pennsylvania, who served in tho army
durins the rebellion, denounce the action
Congress, applaud President Johnson,
oppose negro &uurage ana equality, and
hold that negroes should be satisfied with
being free, ana snouia ass; no more of the
people. The Vth resolution attacks General
tiearv as an associate of those leagued to-
gathcr to destroy the Union.
The resolutions praise Clyutcr, and call
on all soldiers to rally to his support, and
return thanks to Cowan ana iiucitaiew lor
their course in the Senate.
After the meeting Mr. Clymer was sere
naded and made a short address.
THE PRESIDENTS VISITORS.
Washington. Auaust was again
a very large attendance of visitors
the Executive mansion. Quite s num
ber of them obtained interviews with the
resident, some of them being members of
Congress, who are yet in the city attending
the business of their constituents. At
Il.::o the President opened his doors to all
itors. and a very larje number present
taking advantage ol the opportunity, sought
the ear and soiicitea tne rreeiaeufc ior va
rious purposes in which they were inter- .
Ovor 20,000 cotlius aro now in -s city
awaiting shipment to the different cerne-
eries designed tor tne ounai oi union boi-
eral Sherman was complimented to-day
ith a serenade by the band ot tho iwehth
Infantry. He made a briel response to the
II of the crowd, remarking that he had
nothing to say except that his home was at
St. Louis, where he would bo happy to seo
those beforo him, or on the I'la us, wnero
ntendt-d eoinir. He was astranger here.
nd he thoucht tbe less a man said in
Washington tho better, and as he was his
own best friond ho would add no more than
express his thanks for the honor conferred
him on this occasion.
ABOUT THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION.
in session at the Continental Hotel, Phil-
ilelphia, from Friday, Angust loth, until
the meeting of the Convention. It is re
quested that the full names of all delegates.
vith their post oniee auaress ne lorwarueu
mmedistely, and that they report in person
on arriving in the city.
New Cure for Cholera.
Londoa Lettrr to tb. I'iaiBoati CociBwrcial
Great interest is now felt in the success
ful cure of cholera by Dr. Ruhini, of Na
ples. Camphor, as a cure for cholera, has
long been used by both schools of medi
cine, and Dr. Kulini's innovation consists
in the mode of preparing the remedy.
The essential facts of the cate I will now
state as they !ia.ve bean reported here by
an English gentleman :
Dr. Kubini's preparation consists of
equal parts by weight of camphor and
spirits, and to the power thus obtained ho
Attributes his success in the. treatment of
the disease. And here I may bav that the
quantity of camphor which water will
take np is smnll. To obtain, therefore,
the "saturated spirits of camphor of Ru
bini," it is necessary to distil spirits of
wine, and get rid of so much of its water
will bring it to 00 overproof, in which
condition it will dissolve and bold in so ,
lution its own weight of camphor.
With this "saturated epirits of cam
phor,'' Dr. P.ubini, an eminent Neapoli
tan physician, has treated in Naples 532 -cases
of Asiatic cholera without the loss of
single patient. Of these u"2 cases 2(H
were cured in tha Royal Alms House; 11
in the Royal Poor House, and 1U6 in tho
Third Swiss Regiment of "Wolff. That ''
the 377 cases treated by Dr. Ruhini in '
those, public institutions were all genuine
eases of Asiatic chostra, and some "terri
bly severe," snd that all recovered, the
euidenee of the following distinguished
individuals with heir official seals at
tached, sufficiently attests : II Gcueralo
Govern a to re Kicci ; II Msfrgwre Com
mandants Nicola Forni ; il Capitsjjo
Commandants Carlo Sodero; Generale
Commandante Fileppo Rucci; Colonel
Eduordo Woltf. "The method of euro'' is
as follows: "Waen a man is seized witn
the cholera he should at once," says Rubt
ni, "lie down, be well wrapped up in
blankets, and take every five minutes '
f.inr drc-D3 of the saturated, tincture of
camphor. In very severe cases tho dose
ought to be increased to from five lo
twenty drops every five minntesv In the
case of a man of advanced ago, accustomed
take wine and spirits, where the drug
given in dropj has no eifeetpgive a small
,tr.ia-cTwnfnl everv live mir.utes. And in
very short time . the covoted reaction
will occur. Ordinarily, in two, thieeor
four, hoars, abundant perspiration will
come out, and then cure will follow."
"The preventive method,'' writes Dr. Ru
hini, "is this: let those who are in good
health, while living in accordance with
their usual habits, take every day live ,
drops of the saturated spirits ol campnor
upon a small lump of sugar (water must
never be used as a medium,' or the cam-
phor will become solid, and its curative .
properties cease,), and repeat tho. dose
three or four times a day. Mpices, aro
matic herbs. coBee, -tea, and spiritous
liquors should be avoided.''
John Bull Wakes up.
A London letter writer says :
" Here lies the Yankee monitor in the
Thames, with the fifteen-inch uns,visited
by hundreds of Britons, who draw long
breaths, wipe their sweaty brows and de
voutly thank Heaven that the Americans
aro so friendly; it is perfectly evident to
every one that sees the Mian ton omah that
tho whole British navy could not hinder
her from steaming up to London Bridge
and tossing her big shells into the dome of
St. Paul's, into the Bank of England, into
the Houses of Parliament, int. Bucking
ham and St. James' Palaces, and wher
ever she cared to plant those pretty seeds
- Hosca Morrill, of Pittsfield, Ohio, was
married lasi week, aged 82 years. He
gave his bride $30,000, she being some
what younger than himself. On account
of the groom's infirmities, the youthful
couple were married seated in their carriage.