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CLEVELAND 1 TAI'I S PANT.
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W. will introduce tb. F'.LL (TILES Saturday,
- biualr leu
L BAh AD1C. A S.S,
" fin rHrp.rtor Btirt.
SAILS! SilU:! Ai.LS!!!
30.000 Kegs "EaTioniEg" Kails !
From the Itkot it; Iroa Wrrf at Young
10.000 Kegs " Wheeling" Kails I
"rom it. Baawcod Iiou V.,rk, at Wheeling,
10 000 Kegs "Camdiu " Nails !
Froa Uaaad JteiLar af-ils Co., twrhiUtl-
On c a..anm.-at oud tor .ai. .t f. wt.t ratu. by
Ji.ii. ac-artr.' Hutm J. .hie mareet.
AL.aat., tUtUM A Ot.,
aajrl:3:. A, si.d .11 M--w.n .trert.
lEri'foBj' SATki Personal pro-
.1 -J party .-taen; to alee .it. of I'wir
U.jr, ;t4 otur propprtr. will bo.ld.t
va..-, at Kt. rM4enc U Kd.r4 WmIc,
tan-mapl, o. t. IMt itj of jiitr,
IHi.MI.Kii; .1 t-. .'ctuK A. M., ... W:!l
tteiiuM iroai s.j day antil t.c prorty M
ia r. Ji osuK,
M. r WAUIS,
.' S. V.Wiba,
CltrUail, Antajt M b, lsa. wigi:aw
Of Every Variety,
olden, Clarke & Wilson's
ill th. Boot. avj la t).
Tor ft k hi
Monday, Stpt. -id, IS'jIi.
Br o. :i;tte asos.
& (SON WILL SKLL
OB Muni.. S-ttt-tntr rjTm IiCJrtr t
i o itKJc a. v., at ttu4.o A.. it Jci.n.on .tr-rt,
it of fji-ttiiarv, c -uiatiDC ut' nbojr' ? hiirnHat
r-Jia. oo Hi-.irr, x vrDi T- p Unl-r i .ii, tsoik
, Bur im. Rnb (Q'!-, t'ot'-c Bei atwadfl,
Liu-M'tuB I iciaj !-, 0 I tUt back. 4 rp--t,
MttiMta, i ui a?i-l WM-i-s-- C'tiir, Clikt,
Jook oi r or S(t-, fit C-'eth Window Car
twin, C'rok-Ty, Cla -n1 TIq War-, c. PfO?
at 9 tv'ti-cii A.. i ou tit rufi Jut ulo Unite
fyr tut. nnl :h
IXlTiD STAT KM TAX ft (Ml; ft.
Jf'mrt roU.E7TbB lSTItE?tAL BcTKirrx, ")
CRtELAKD, Angntt Ml. 18011.
niHE ASSESOK OF THIS JHS-
X TRtCT ha-riiK nfrdnil fata Asnnl Ootlo
tuti 1.11 of lcf'.s, f.r Ilcoiu for tti yr 15, (!
fof Lica-tiafff( rri(T', Plate, 4c, f.rthyr
cotvnwariuK My I, iwifir 1 h-n-'or, 1 pris.JBti
tii to tti tTn"Bt of i,t.itm rttvtw imtir om
vx-'rci t j aforesaid, wi bio tb Coast y of
f vinos, 8 Bt(f or onlo. r hrtbr iioiioed
i in ume n rvooDi ao btt fbl, no:
i:-t I wfl' r.ciT the MtnoAt I hi olfiev on til
i II b liable to pT f "
C.l'.xl at.-"" Tr.ry ana
SICHiKl) S. PARENS,
The best llanos in the W oria
AT REDUCED PRICES!
W. F. ESKIWOI,
Aj Mk.r rM mtk-U VERY LOW PRICK-,
our .lock aow -bi or l.rty inwM
bkk r. iff .1 tut' m-'J V?"
in or4OT to m. - room for iar fil t iwt. Tho
w .blM u varck.o wi:i lad thl. . r.rs ci.nc
log.: goad intrBt t . grt b.rKio.
PIANOS FOR RENT!
. BKAIXABD IOSS,
WRBTBIRV TRIISPORIATIOH CO,
Wilt aarlug th. vrowal mmrtm ran th well
koowa aad sooalw Ida. of
rtaMT cutset sCaiVW STEABKstS
Ogdeniborsli, Cpe Vincent .0we5,
CLFVELAKD, TOLEDO, DETROIT, MIL
WAUKEE AKD CHICAGO,
Toorhlng at I-itwawdl.t. Porte.
Oonaectitut U (lgJn-.aigl. wi'h th" llrd
Bo.toa. Postland, LowU, Lawrt'ii e, N.e'iaa.
Kae, Vcliitr-, t'oBOord, WorciVT,
ritchacr.t., P-lh'ii! rt!.. Butland,
UdrUniiton, Ac, ftc, .
At TIrHrt with the uailrcd lor Kew Tork.
AtlHwW" with . Lin. o. ,r.t d.M Crml BoU
lor Aioawy, iro an. 7 u
th. ata.1 (Ud aad Caaal LlniA M all
St-. were bar. rsevelaad fer
toLiw pailt; forlirrROTT, w.itwArx1!'
.nd onK'AOO, every TfaDAT, TnrBS
Pf Bfl atTCBPAT, -J Trl-WFeekly
'vr C2VaV.O, PATH viwfiwsT aaS
'aw- Th-vk Freight .aWt t. bat
wv... i SAiUirlJo.a Uo-w.
H . eli..sa. f lloesa. a 1 . 1 etalee... . o...
O. Hataa,74;'wwlM. HI. ur A. ar.ni,
ALuaoa, ) deaxborrh. M . I .
go, w. T. , A. F. b.iTa. t-
Vaia.a, Havu A C. ornt, N. T.
To.lo.lW S.J. Kopiaa, Detroit.
O.J.liAaa, iw..ki. I N.J. Uoa, tl.lcago.
riir.wrH, cHii.r src
. H. K. KcDOLK. faovtiw ACjeTJana.
Yoaaj, Ladies' Institute.
mHI8 SCHOOL HAS JUST
cLPIiID It. leotb year. lt. hi.tory
aCa Me.r ro.pa-ily and arowth from the
7t ad.ac.aa. !- more Iha. m hundraw.
man k.v. ee r-fooed .domtauc. tor
aCCOBBWHiBattOaW ' -
A JEW BCILDIXG
u now ar ooatrwt, to b ready
at the .l'U-ug t lb. Ill ea.uii .
. i .. .l-.r hAioaf ur aii caa he
'"APVaratn. .ad Cabinet
moor M k:-pt .teaany " 7
ISlT. fcr a tboroaih coa rot ot tmurncuou.
ThlBllTHUt. .f foar m.- and
feltt. thi.; all .ap.rao.d iraclora
"Tne" tttiTit from th.
AelT'broub th. ..nr. oonr.-a of Ac-m-lc.1
aad Cla "di
oagl JiO-dSW atWaat FoarthU, Otnctaaad.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 18G6.
VOL. XX-NO. 205.
FBIDA Y.AUGUST 31, ldG6.
feeT For Evening Edition Aev
tr For Morning- Edition New.
S. M. Pttsil Co., iSwpfr Ad-
Tert'l.ine Ajcccy, 37 Prk Kow, New Yorlr,
sd 10 gluts street, on, sra kgent. far
l litm in uom iw, .o-I are egent.
Iut all th. newT.nrs in tb Lmted &HUe
and C.nad&a. Thay ara authorised to taka
advert. wmenta at tiie nau r. ea Uiat we
ehargs at thia offlra.
Toe Urewt iucom in MootgooKiy, Alabama, la
The cr.pt in CaaaJm tare bMB nearly rnfBed try
Jo'lpf Van Tromp, of U fafrliefd. Ferry mod
Hcckiug Goit.1 Pieu, ba rwigoed.
Thre hare boea lJO.OUO pound of wool ihipped
trm CoNntm tbe present eettMii.
Oa'y fuortoen deatbt front cholera at St. LooU
The epidemic ia diaapteaiins at Now Orlcaca
only aixtj--three tieatha etnUj.
The dia&er at De.motuco to tbe President,
which 10 p?raona partook, coat f,X"0.
The cholera it reported on the iacrnee in M w-
phia 4wenty-ene caaet yenttrdaj, of whici twenty
Th nwrtality in Lo&liTille for Uw week ondiog
Monday waa eigfaty-fonr, iucmdina: twenty-two
The dronth contiun throuhoat central Goot
fi, and the cotton crop wilt be almoet a total
fail a re.
Large quantiti of ooaotor&itgrec backs, made
at M eatphia. are in circnlation in Otoria. Tbey
ate ao well CQgriTed as to almost defy detection.
The yollcw fever ia racing at Peoaacola. An
abatidjoed schooner is in the harbor, hr t-ntire
crew of Ave having died. At last accoaota tb?re
wens eTenty caes on board th Tnited Statue
ennboat Mnsoouta, lying at tbe month of tbe har
It ta stated that Mr. Seward hat prepared atd
will sbort.y dispatch to Ulninter Adams an elabo
rate p pr, rtsewioa; tbe oVmand upon tbe British
9ovruaent lor compeosatija for damage done to
Ainsrican shipping ly Anglo-rebel privateers.
Governor Brownlow arrived at Indlanaoolis yea
ttrday morbtug on his way to Philadelphia to at
tend the Loyal TJnicn Convention.
The officers at the Treasury P-partment are
busily engaged in the conversion of 7-Js into
the recent advance of the latter in the for
eign markets making thia step a very advantage
Six men were arrested in Cbocttw eoaviy, Ala.,
on Satordry, for attempting to murder a colored
family by poisoning their spring of water. They
were at en in the act. and, on coup'aint to the
military authorities, were arrested.
Or of th iookUaU of the visit of the Presides
tin! party in Ksw York yesterday was a race be
tween the team driven by General Grant and that
drawing the President. Grant beat.
Two mtt were badly iujnred at Pouhkeep&ie
yesterday by the premature ditchaige of a cannon
while firing a salute to the Presidential party, who
wre da.-sing np tbe river on board a steamer.
A few days since a boy, while diving in a strram
near Clyde, hit bis toe against the spoilt of an old
coffu pot. Diving again he brought the pot to ths
surface, and Lmn4 ta it aevtuty or eighty eVllars
ia sot a and a roll of greenbacks in pnip.
Tbb principal individual owners of the Atlantic
Trlrgnpa Ooupaa, Mock r. lions. Dan. Ooock, I fell
A. 11. CaiplwU and John Pender, members of th
Guglith P.rliament, .nd Cymi W. field, Esq , of
The .dbo.1 Kuioa of th. Central Ohio Confer
ence, IS. . Charcb, ooamjnod at Gallon Angtut
99:h, Biibop. Morrli and riark bring preaetit.
coSenia r aamiifiuou
of lb. two conference, t.ko. pl at ja.n.o..
The fr.nkfbrt, Ky , leoman annonuw. tb.t a
...,nuT. with OoT.rnor Braletu.t th.
b d. bu MicwnMd in daxeloplug a ri.h depoiit of
l. l. The ooBpiDT to tor orginiKd. abo
,,. erect tbir .Htibg fnrow. and omawnoe
lb. ncodncUoo .ud l . oi p lol in onwitillts.
A diprt k from M.-mpui. .trie. tbt a Brm of
hit cilj, M TnrUj, .truck a rich UJ of nickel,
u..l. nri,n,le. to fi4d Urge qllMtille. of lht
oie. Tbe u Brm, a f." d o, d;co a
b..i .hicb li.ld f.r;y. The nickel bed
. K 1-oolx iiie. To'.a., .ud tb. Id min . in north-
ri..l.of th.Heast.. Blandr, or the turulug
otlhrir un.iT. mKbine work, .t Z.uyllle, on
a ......I., ,i,u. torn out lo be mora larger
... .rtod bT tcler.ph. The XaBeavlll. Courier
. ..... .. b... .t .boat IJW.OoO, withonlj
nn.ni.nfua. Th. wortl nr. to WlmmwU'
.1.1, rebnUl. and ia th. mntim. th. machine
w.rk. owoed by th. rm at Kewark ai. to b. rua
lo tbeir ataort capMit;
The LcnUrill. Democrat of Wlneid.y J "'
inc. th. .ncoMfal complrtioa of the Atlantic
i.u N.nol. .t th. TBlleri, and hU :W,
Uximiliu, hT. been holding fre-ine.t lU-
.....hlr eonmnnictlOB. The tiptche. BC W
gnphed to G Je-ton, Tea s, and thence forwarded
h. kit iiantn to Vera Cr a. Oa Mon.d, a dit-
n.;cb In cii.hr Wai through, from S.poleoo,
coetlng In gold.
tarday two dispaUhe.
..h. through tor Pari., on. at a. sat-.
A . hortllm. .Inc. a young widow TO"""
h..b,.d tath.uimy.wt to Wa.ai.gtoa,
from Indiana, to sees tmpioj".. i
n...,m..t ab attempt wa. mad. by tn. -1
pblioaa iMegatl.a from Indians aided by Iloa. j
J n li-lrrea and Secretary Uortoe, by a eirecj
reprejentation of th. ca to Mr. Kccuuocn, ao
Kcure h.r a .Itu.tloa. but the Secretary informed
th. m that thera w. BO piac '
.r,....rd eiven eDloym.nt in the Public Print-
i...-da A eou.de of week. Deior. me
n ..c.v.Btionare el widow came ouaslmilar
ornni from Richmond. A .pp." --'- -
..mal trota Hw lora
feSTv. W .h wa. duly ln.Ulled in th. Tree.-
Letter form Gen. Grant.
[Washington, (Aug. 29) Dispatch to the Cincinnati
The following hutograph letter from I
Gon. Grant ehowi that nis sympamio. .. i
with tho Soldiers' and Sailors Hatioaai I
Union. It wai wmtcfl three days iudso-i
quent to the announcement of the i"itta-1
bure Coavontiou by tha Union :
IlsAiKi'ita Ana of the u. o. i
WAaHlsoTOS, Aug. 25. J
'. Short Chairman, le. Soldiers
and Sailors' Onicn:
I)aar Sir : The invitation of "the Cora
,;Me M which von are the Chairman, to
l, and narticipate in the cclebra-
I f -r--"-r . . . ,
tion ot incurs! anniversary oi .u-J j
to bo held September 10th, is received. If
I am in the city on that aay n win u
me great pleasure to join your Union on
that occasion. Previous to receiving your
.. :iTVnnn -i 1 1 tl:e rftftl
inviuiion which, if I keep, will .take me
out of tho city at that time. All 1 car.
say now is, that win auora me k-.
pleasure to De witn you on au-S-'ptember,
if it is to that I can.
a our uueyiti'i b-wi .,
U. S. GRANT, General.
Almost Complete Disappearance of
Only three deaths bv cholera were re
p..wted at the office of th Board of Health
..r.v .nd not one of them occurred
"yesterday. This fact will prove of great
value to our citizeni in buiinees, as well
l.-.tMfir The culso Ol irsae win
....:t.S hlihfullv: hotels will becrowd-
ed, and wholetale streets present scones of
activity once more, x uere nwi
l ar.v fear of cholera on the part of those
. a a . .:tw t; .'
who desire io tiah muu.;.
Commercial) Aug. 30.
A fatal accident occurred near Sparta,
on AVodnesday last. - rfoou, jii-avinnp.i,
while engaged" in hauling saw logs,
thrown from the irucx oi nis wagt-u, aa
hnru. having been friirblened. failing un-
a... ths tha.ia tha haavv load passed over
his breast, mangling him terribly.-
;d in . fnw minutes. His father was
with him on the wagon, but saved himself
by jumping m when tne norscs eiaraetu
NORTHERN OHIO NEWS.
From the PainesYilie Telegraph
The Committee of the Lake Shore
Grape Growers' Society are expected to
visit Painesville and Madison on Wed
nesday of nut wenk, going to Ashtabula
in the eveninc They are on a tour of in
spection, looking at the principal vine-
yards in bearing and in progress from I
canuiuKj to rreaonia. ' - I
aa atiempi was maae Dy tnreo pris-
oners in our jail to break out on Satur
day last. They bad made considerable
neadway wnenldiaeovercd bv Sheriff Ben
jamin, who frustrated their plans by iron
ing mem. meis names are, Wra. Uogan
John Morris, and James tladden.
liM fallowing County Ticket has been
nominated by the Union Convention of
AjHite county .
xTosocuting Attorney J. a. isurrows.
Auditor li. D. Chesney.
Probate Judge M. S. liarvey.
County Clerk Perry Bo worth
Sheriff J. M. Benjamin.
Treasurer Thos. Kins.
Commissioner S. C. Hiekok.
vrT'T1 ' muc"au-
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From the Akron Beacon :
Wednesday afternoon last, a horse
which bad been turned into tbe street to
raze, tethered bv a rone to a block of
wood, becajue lnghteneu and started into
a run. A mule live year old son of Mr.
Cbas. M. Norria, Superintcndentof paint- I
ing in the Agricultural Works of Ault
man. Miller & Co, beine in the street
tnrougn wmcn toe ftore was running. was
struck upon tne loreUead bv the flyine
block with such force as to break the skull
and cause his death at 10 o'clock the same
Our long cherished dream of havinir I
the street of our city caved, ia about to
oe reaitzeo. xne property Holders on I to
nowara street nave at length taken hold I
"'"" " aun uib uiy
Council have) nearly perfected arrange
ments ior naving tne work commenced
immediately, and the street irraded and
paved this fall, from its intersection with
Market street as far south as Robinson s
Hook store. The icolscn or wood
pavement has been decided upon. The
city ha alto been divided into Sewerage
uisincu, ana proposals are to be immedi
ately called for, to lay tbe pipes through
nowara street, preparatory to paving.
From the Jefferson Sentinel :
General Garfield will deliver the an
nual address before the Ashtabula County
Agricultural Society, at its twentieth an
nual fair, to be held next week. The ad
dress will be made at 3 o'clock on Thurs
day afternoon. The indications now are
lace on that and the last dav of the fai r.
Andover Fair begins two weeks from
Hon. D. Cadwell. of this olace.
delivers the annual address on Thursday,
Ed. A. Wright' of Mortran. has been
appointed Assistant United Slates As
eeor in place of Mr. Hendry, who has
moved to Lake county; -
A little boy four years old. son of G.
Garome of this town, on the 16th inst.
into a weil twenty feet deep, without
roriuu. injury 10 nimseu. na wen
just been cleaned out and there was
water in it. -
that the weather will be fine, and a very
attendance of the people will take
From tbe Conneaut Reporter
Mr. Eugene Lake, a native of this town
thirt.v vntra of ace.
just forty-eight years ago last Wednes
day, the steamer Walk-in-the-Water, the
boat that ever piiea on we wenem
waters, went up the lakes past tnis port.
Horace I. Becbe, assessor, ana uenry
Fassctt, collector of the Internal Revenue
doparticcnt of this district, have been re-
moved by the President. Captain Cotton,
Ravenna, succeeds Mr. Bee be, and Cap-
tain V. K.nney, it oeneva, air. raeiu.
Wa h.ive to note another accident by
use of machinery, which happened lAUral
Perry Andarjon a, near tne sutuon, r i ol
T,.Iv of la.st week. Gideon Abbey
was oiling a thresher while in motion, I
when his clothing was caught at the cl-1 of
bow, drawing nis arm in w i v.B
wheels, crushing it so badly that it naa to
4 nauv ItlA CnOlllllHr : 11 IS I
aUryed . Severe Tshock, but
wasiloing well at last accounts.
From the Oberlin Xem :
a arM anno? oi men am aa wo... uiw,.
tene de0pot,na a few days will see the
frame np and enclosed. It will be con-
idorably larger man me oiu . ". i
inikwf in flr.Btvle. with Gothic win
dows,etc President Newell says it will
K. thA Annst station depot on the Reserve.
Vrf. I '.owlus is anseni at iu
... - ,
teDding to the puDl.cat.ou o r;..
tar.es on the rropnew. a,-
inrouffu too pro ?.T . 1
ten U tbeir pub tsher rropo.tl.or.1 nave ,
aieu uemi m.- j . . ' I
uwuo Worn vocre, tor wuu-u u r..iBv,-
mBBl vj pro'iably be perfected
. friend 5nr.t. S. W. Dorsev, wto
.,i tn A 1.1mm a last season and enierod
. .-t. i : D T.,mnnAl.
has disposed of hia interests were ana re
turned Jiortn. no was oarir
nminoDUr on tbe recommenaaucn ot tne
eiti-en and bifl relations were the most
1 . -, . i . t . i ... - r.t.l nnlirr
pleasant until Air. o-uuuavu.
warmed into life again the old prlavery
and rebel spirit. Latterly such a foeling
.!? . ' n .. ,1 . afpanr
H inexperience is, we aro auaaw, ...
&r. showJ how the current at the
-jtij B running.
has been developed gainst aU Northern
men that Capt.i. found it prudent to re-
in his office ana sen out. ais uuimaii
( From jhe Ravenna Democrat :
Qf-hopyen in immense numbers are
I lhe ch,
the fields in this vicinity.
They are stripping the blades from the
airn fields, and seriously damaging the
. , - r .v. rr:. V 1
A no eevuu.u j.,
land Union Agricultural Society will be
held at Garretuville, October 3d, 4ih and
. . L ..n.ii will dplivAr an Agrt-
cultural address during the fair, and CoL
S. D. Harris will also aenver an suurra.
' iv,-,-unia A man rosidine in an ad-
countv died on Thursday last of
hw. Tha dav before ne visiveu
j nj(j girdeu and picked a couple of largo
i . n .t .ham Wlthojt Other
K...iMsaawea anil fRaVt. them withojt other
reparation than removing me ruiu. a.j.
mprudence of the act being tuggeeteo, ne
Plied mat tuerecuuiu wo
nM n mi.nmnfln aula vuu t.. "
. r.w Vionni he wa3 lanoa witn viuiom
convulsions, and In twelve hours was a
corpse. So much lor tne virtues ot cu
Uoon Monday morning last, about two
o'clock. Goo. Hall, a ciuien of Atwater,
ociov., ow. -i r, j
living ne-tr tho Atwater ana niuuoiuu
town line, committcu ouiuiuo vj .mw..s
himself through the toreneaa witn a pis-
,.,i tfr H!l had been ill for a few days
with tvphoid fever, ana at tne umo oi i
suicide was in the care of his wife, who
was watching vi.lh h- JV;
the room for a moment, and her husband
mbraeed tbe opportunity to commit tne
aUlact. The pistol was placed close to
Mr. Hall had been ill for a few days
- -. - , -
v.i. f.,r,.herl. and its muzzle was iountt
... rf : 1. ... . . a n.1 ,n-l
coverea witn D,ooo- i .... -o-
slant death. In conseqaence 01 aa ..c-.-
nose, Mr. HaU bad been in low spirits, wi
wife and three children.
Upon. Sunday but the barn of Getrge
SUirns, in the east part of Shalersviile,
was set on fire by some children playing
about it with friction matches. The barn
was 1 very largo one and was filled full
' hay and grain.' ' The doslructioii of
barn and tie contents whs complete, noth-
in; being saved. Toe loss is estimated
SrRKKT Favkmihts We learn from Messrs.
Willey A Cary, attorneys here for the Nicnl
son patoot, aonie interesting particulars
about this pnpular kind of wooden pave-
it tLat tn6 fit patont vm granted
to fiamoel Ni col eon, August 8 th, ISM. This
patent was surrendered and reissued,
amended spec ill cations. December 1st. 1S6'.
The inventor does not claim to have orig
i Da led the idea of paving streets or roads
with wood, but that after a long series
practical experiments, he bit upon his pres
ent plan, as alT-rding the cheapest and moat
durable wooden pavement as yet known
His combination, as patented, consists
three things. First, a foundation or cheap
flooring, Sot tho blocks to rest utKn. Sec
atii) Kl V m est nnMnal Iati trtYt a as as iv f. rm
ceils, or blockj, with alip. between, so as to
r . , . , . 1 . i . i 1 . . e
iwa cuanueis, uie uioca. uoiug cm 01 par
allel sides and surfaces. Third, a concrete
of broken stone or gravel, cemented by tar,
or other suitable cement, this concrete bein
spread over the blocks,nllicg up the cells or
It appears that the city of Chicago, after
constructing, during a period of years, eev-
eral miles of this pavement, paying the
patentee for the right, per square yard,with
out objection, was finally induced, through
one of the street contractors, to incur a liti
gation in respect to the Patent. After a very
expensive suit, the United States Circuit
Court at Chicago has lately affirmed the
validity of the patent, and decreed for the
royalty, which will orobablv be according
th. .i.hii.hi t.,.ir nr .nt. h
Thi. ,:,:,: , .1,1, ,,,.L.,I
by Goodwin, Lamed A Goodwin of Chicago,
for the patentee, and by the corporation
counsel for the city. The printed testimony
all the witnesses, fills a volume of near
three hundred pages, and ia a complete his
tory of this species of road structure.
All the earlier experiments in this country,
our Eastern cities, and in Europe, proved
entire failure. Prior to 1347, the date of
Nico'.son's invention, though it waa not
patented, eight or nine patents had
been granted for wooden roads in Eogland,
but these patents were not published or
known of in this country until after Nicol-
had obtained his first patent from the
United States in 1&34. Some of these En
gliah patents, aa published in the Mechanics
Magazine of London, described features in
their inventions remarkably similar to sep
large ,rate features of the Nicolson arrange-
ment, showing, as has been ao frequently
case with the most valuable inventions
disaoveries in science and the arts,tht
men's minds in different countries or locali
ties remote from one another, and without
concert, have been found to have been striv
ing after the aame results, with aimost par
allel steps, the good fortune of coming eut
ahead seeming altogether more a matter of
chance than is appropriate to the gravity
scientific investigation. But in none of
hese English patents, or in any of the
practical "experiments in road building,
found combined the constituent ele
ments of the combination worked out by
oyr,gTya countryman yicolson. and which
In very many of our Western ernes, or
varieus soils, this pavement is superceding
stone, and it is beginning to be adopted
East. In New Xork ey a poruoo. o.
street has just been laid in this way.
Chicago, on the trial above referred to, in
proof 0f ;u durability, among other things
w(wdea blocks wore produced in court,
from a tiTeet 0f theheavieit travel in
, sfusr ,0T.
cl.l.T wn'cn . ... At . , ...
years of use, oi on.y anrra-..a
an men pet
Oar Board of City lmproveineuv., u..
c;ty Council, and especially tne murrniu
the committee on Streets, Mr. Calkins, I
,tiUed to credit for the promptness
K,ani the right for
the city .. Tery reaaonaUe terms
. i r I
saving all expenses and litigation, and for
- .-A e.r with which our new
street pavemenU are being constructed.
under the Nicolson plan-
- . , .
Bas. B.tL-A match gam- ootwMn ui.
c,piuI Base Ball Club, of Columbus, and
he Forest oiiy ' .
i . . munu. i . u , . i
I. '-.J .V- Fort CilV Club Went to
-.. ' 0d
vmm ------- . ... .
a th, c.pita next tooa
nrorea n n .:..' u." n
... . . i . . j ,:ti
City Club a start, and tney xoPi m
... .n,! of the came The game resulted in
favor of tbe Fore City Club By a score o.
It ia br.t fair to say that Mr. miow, tne
a 1 1 Tat. ... f".
Capital s catcher, was in om ueaiu.,
ing from Hernia, hence nis in uoi..
We understand that tne ior vnv
have been challenged by a Detroit club.
The Detroit Club is said to be trie sccona
played yestordav afternoon, August 3Jtn,
.u. ennrl. of the Forest City Club.
ou b - , ,
Both Clubs weie in good sr.m, aua . -
nromotlv on th. ground. Play was called
a . J -I. h. n,.lel.
best Club west o: nero,
o(r there will be some rlerd.d p!ay-
The following is tne
Smith, c ..-
A.rlhvrt . s.
Clark.. Ut b.
Tx, sd b
Miloe. c I
1-aweoa V -
Scarritt, l't b 5
O tman, 2d b I
Tinke, 3d b 3
Stewart, 1 f
Eberly, c f. 4
Perkins, r f. 4
1st Zd 3d 4th 6th 6th 7lh 8th 3th
..014 0 1 Q 0 0 6
rmplre-Mr. Sam.rf K. WilU.mwa.
p O rtv for the Forcet Cityl-lnb,
Klitott Jone. for to. .'apt'.' r'nb
PM.M Wall. soli m '--H...
Flyctche. made-Saith i, McEwe. t, Piers It,
-Jtham 1, Slot Wy 3 ; Io?l For. t ly Cinb,
14 Elliott 3 Pawaou Scarritt 1, Oodmaa 1,
Si ike 4. Stewrrt a l Total tor Cptial C tab 11
fitm ii-o-ii ."'i : i
Mil- U tapiial Club : emlia a, -,
k'BSZ. . oi.l. ai.ka
L-ft oa BaMS uawaoa a, -
Stewart 1. .
Tiaa. of Gam-S a. w aua
The Forest City Oub gave the tapitaia
I supper at ffheelef A Russell's dining rooms,
Bt the d,po The Capital Club left for home
chril.isn lady, at Bath, N. Y., yesterday,
Pulling, in th sixty-seventh
yeM ot her age, mother of A. B. Pulling,
uq, -v. " r7. ...
iing, Uteof Bath, N. T. Mrs. Pulling died
It becomes our psinful duty
to coronicie the death of an estimable
j i - i . :i i .. .
.uddenlv. alter a very on-i I"""
i 1.11 - .m. 1 . . Mim
tj-.rty years sue naa "
munic4nt of the Episcopal unurcn, ana
eminently consistent and christian
Hoa, is dLply mournad by a large circle
manner and christian eounaeL
j v.. A U,r.l to love her auiet
ineiiu. - - -
Tbb MABTiBBTria. The celebrated Ravel
v.rtinetti Troapeof Pantominista and Gym
nasts open for wh at the Academy
Music, on Monday evening next.
Essats ox MisciLuaeoca Subjects 1
a self-educated colored youth, is the" title
a Pamphlet now before ni. We are not
personally acquainted with its young att'
thor, but judging from his address and the
support which he has received from some
our most respectable citizens in his efforts
make them public, he is highly deservin
of patronage and encouragement.
Professor Thome, in speaking of his wri
ting3, says : " They snow a maturity
thought and a richness of imagination, to
gether with a cultivation of taste quite re
markible in one so young, and who has en
joyed so few educatioual helps." His object
ia making them public to assist him in
securing the means with which to get an
education is very laudable ; and we wish
him success in his efforts to sell them.
Wine and Cider Mill. If yon want to
bay the best end ch-apet Cider and Wine alill
go tobl Merwio atw-t. ' ang30:3oO
Heal Wauled to net ai Commercial Broken.
Apily penon. If, with good r.ierence., lo B.. H
CUBJiftK, 25 Monument Sntre, Clerelnnd, Ohio,
Hew Ijmnelry for Fin Wawklms;
Ironing oi ciuf ieuien'i Uaea Mi
MAOSShZIK t PAROUS reepectfaUy announce
to the gentlemen of OV.ehuid that th.ir new
Laundry for doing fiuo Wuhing aad Ironing is
aow la op.ralioa, and they ar. prep.red to re-
oaiT. order, at their .toe, No. H Monnment
SqBAre, for doing ap gectlemoe'i linu in tbe beet
nd aioet boat etybk. JnnelliBlS
; RauipberrT Jnru llhoi?. articl. 1 uit re
ceiTed from Lake Snporkir. Tor ..! at
EOBEI1T riANNA A CO'S.,
aog'i7 lw . li 8 A 171 Biror street.
The American CoaLtins; Ktove Is m
cfartared with certain improvement, aeenred by
letter, patent, under dale of Kay 6, 1863, and De
cember 6. Ifeti5. One of thee. Improvement, cover
tbearraogement of fitting a portable ah pan in
the hearth of a Cooking S'.ov., to receive the ashes
it paaae. down from th. grata. Ail peraon. are
cautioned agaiuat manufactnriug.vonding or using
other StovM made In isirarioH of the Ambs.icav,
.nit. have been commenced for infringement of
theM patent., ud all persona m.nufactnri , sel
ling .r niiug Laid miTATioN., will be 1U.I le for
damage for infringement on thcM letters patent.
EUEAE, PACKARD A CO.,
17 and It Green-it., Albany, N. T.
Tiis AasnicAN li for sale by
J. M. BAILEY CO..
Jnne9:372.o.d Cleveland, Ohio.
" Be thoa but fair, mankind adore thee ;
8mile, and a world i. weak before thee."
LlKOBD'3 White Lilly Lotion rtitorol the
bloom of youth, leaving th. skin soft, clear and
beautiful never known to fail. It i. no paint orAj,
hitewaeh, but an extra", from th. Whit. Pond
Lilly. only cents.
BKKTON, Hla-Kd A CAN FIELD,
It will do It-Wolratl'a ltu.taat Palil
nlbilator will do it I Do what? Stop
Nervous Toothache, Nervous Headache and
Neuralgia ia thr-e minute., and euros Catarrh in
twelv. week. ?
BENTON, MYERS A OANriILP,
' STBONO A ARMSTRONG,
aug!3 WbolesaV Agents, CluTjland, O.
J a At Published A pamphlet containing
lUeh Talaalila Ik format ton, vrkich will be B3nt
free to avny tvddraM npoa applicatioo to the Union
BoaineM Intitnt. Otrarlln. O. jy Ji
Job B1114nfr.on aBiitera. I rather like
8tommch Bitten, I knt tell why, e'-ny more than
kaa tftt hf I lore R-jhacb Blod Pilii, tut
Blood Pill Ucood for lazy nana in the system.
djnt lik latyocat of no eort, not even in mus-
want my mtukeaters liTely. is
foreihn tew my parpow. Bitten bein;
T He BohAck's Stomach Bit.
and I knt h id euuy u --i"
1-.i.i.n.ii. Patent UcrU. Tie Helder.
GcntWruvn are I
mv.ni.ut article, for tb. gnntlemin's
wardrobe Is now rectir.1, and for .ale by us.
. .1. l.w.saving contrivance by w
veraldinerot tia.cin Di maao,
ell and examine.
HACEES2IB A PARSONS,
jnnal:B13 Jt Monument Siuar..
fTuit lree, and hrui.Mjy. i
aare.uired. Address "L,
llonaeand lt For Salc.-Location,:near
thetaat Cleveland Btr-et Eailro-d, convenient to
basin-.. Hoinvs two :ory Irame, well built,
ro.rt.bl. and commcdions. Lot 45 feet front
by 23d feet dp, good weU .nd ci.tcrn, grape
giv.n as sooa
. ...... .rA iMiiraafS NO-CietT,
8taMi ,2 Brolw.y, Sow Tort.
t . i..inn 12.000.000.00 ; Annual
r.aan aw.. - -
.Vh-mrt' with but' on. loss in this city-Mr
A,UI,I. Price, who valri
sine- lor.-.-- ri,..unt
..k t si oiu.UO0.0o purely mutn.I. An
nual Oaah Bivldend.. Thl. Society hav. de
termined to declar. their dividend. assraj.LT
a caih. Th. aeit dividend a iU b. declared Feb
ruary 1st, 1807. It is believd that
in this country win Deaoiew
..-.r- in it. dividend, to penon. BMUringthan
this Society, a. it. total expen-lltor. to Income
.. . ,h. nldrr American
wa. lesa than tnai oi ."j -
, -K- n.t vear
Companlea .aa '?lZ-,iK.
pr-vlou. year.. This xkJ..
wor. delivered as-nt..
. unvM. Aa.nl irnu,
Ko. 1 and I Fr uuiioir..
..i rntli.-sra- i i
800THIN8 STKCP has become to popular that
various r"" hav. fit out article, calling them
w -i. Piewi. take notlc mat iw-
Wte'ilowofth. Soothing Symp m not connected
with any other article. uai.-H
Sloan's Family Ointment A Sovereign
Bemedy. This Ointment la truly a
dy. Itcontainsno polnou. or djiu---
whatorer ; thcroftir. It may oo
with Derf-ct ety. It ha. no equal 'orOb.tin.
Ulcers, Old Sort., Burn., fcalda, uw,
Iruption., Brui.ea, Sor. Hippos. 8 Breast,
u.i, sh.rM Chaoned Bands, Ac. Every
kind 'of wr. containing th. leaet particle of in
fl animation, ta permanently cared by this great
i. Pntnn In class bottle., and .old at
oeats per bottle.
Star Thee, remedies ao longer stand among
thaw of doubtful utility. They have par-ed from
-betid, of .xperiment, and now stanu ci.ner .
reputation, nd are mora eiKi-urlr-ly uaod than all
...... . r-tirl.. of the kind.
Car-rir-.. To protect euraelvea aad tb. public
fron being Imposed upoa by worthle-a imitation.,
th. genuln. will bear theM -.'mile .Irnatur. of the
P-,-pri-tor. on the wrapper, and Walker A Taylor,
Proprietors, Uhlcago, an., oiown ,u
WALKEB A TATL0B,
Sole Proprietors, Chic-fo, Illinois.
STB0NQ A ABMaTBOI.',
apUUBU WhJeaal. Agents.
Batter. Froth. tuU iwjived daily at 50 Mer-
J. O. BlaXOKS A CO.
O.M, wvioutlow. aa axperienced Haras
FeanaL Physician, present, to tn. attenno.
I ,otnw, h.r soOTHISa 8TBCP for Cl-ildren
Terthl.,., which greatly ut" 'be ,f
I a-,-t.nin. the rum., reducing all
.,i., bv uftening the gum., redaclng
flom-aatioat, will allay all pain and .pasmodK
Uon, and is -ur. to ruUte th. bowel., uepena
.no. T iniatl w.
put np and sold this article for over 30 yearo,
can oy In oonnder-c. and truth of It what w.
o.ver bee. able to any of any other medicine
o-nrer has it failed ia a aingl. irutanoe to effect
cure, who. timely need. K.ver did w no.
in... mm of di-aatiflactloa oy anyoa.
I . .
M-'Zrd medlcai virtue., w. n.a
iea ,."..what w. do know," after so year.-
lite. I and pledge oar -wputatKm ww-
O. taVeoati-ary, ell are delighted with iu opera-
uorl. t-a. oi commendation 01
I i ..a.natioB. relief will b. foaod ia flfteen
I .ft tb. i.ron ta adminnur
Full direction, for using will accompany
fct.l. None reoutno aniei. .u.
CCETIS A PEBBlliS, Sew York, U oa to.
"t,ld,by,,ali Druggist, throughout th.
Price, only 3S oente per bottli-,
BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE.
LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES.
No Cholera Deaths in New York Yesterday.
GnlnldAAf a DMimlMj.. T ,.
LIUSI.1UC7 bi ss A I vlliialvil. JrUvh.a
THE PARTY AT ALBANY I
Tbe FreSifient TalkS Of Himself,
THE PRESIBEATIiL TOE
Constantinople ina State ofSletre
Believed in FariS that MaXimiliail I
Detroit Convention and its Resoln-
; .. tions.
SEWS BY ATLANTIC CABLE.
THE REVOLT IN CANDIA
United States FiTe-TWentieS 72 3-4
Canadian (iovernment Asks for
ENGLISH COMMERCIAL JEWS I
Delegates to the Syracuse Convention
Louisville and the Cleveland Con
The President's Speech at Delmonico's
Associated Press Report.
News From Europe.
OVER THE ATLANTIC CABLE.
[Special Dispatches to the Associated Press]
ENGLAND. Troops for Canada-Apprehended
Trouble with the United States.
Government to send more troops to Canada,
, , I
owmg to apprehended trouble with the I
LoKDoi, Thursday Noon, Aug. 30. The
Canadian Government has asked the Home
United States, growing out of an expected
Fenian invasion and the modification of the
neutrality laws of the United States. The
Home Government has decided to send two
regiments of infantry and one of cavalry
to Canada, and preparations are making for
-r" -ji. Kveuiut.
, .1. ..lose
The closing quotations are : E- S. 5-20 s 721,
Illinois Central 791, Erie 454.
is stjady, vnoug". i -
a trifle easier.
The Revolt in Candia.
CossrasTiaopLK, Aug. 29. Affairs in Tur
key are in a very bad state.
The revolt in Caudia progresses. The in
habitants of Crelano hae asserted their in
dependence of tho Turkish Empire.
Constantinople is announced in a state of
The United States Embassy.
Moscow, Aug. 23. The United States Em-
I....,, hv received complimentary ad-
j - - i-l
dresses and invitations by telegraph from
a large number of the principal cities and
towns in the intorior of itussia.
London Money Market.
Losdos. Thursday noon, August 30.
T, rnenev market is easier The Bank of
England to-day reduced ita rate of discount
to six per cent. Consols have advanced,
and are quoted at 891 for money. The
market for American securities is better.
are U. S. 5-20s 72;
Erie 45?i ; Illinois Central 79.
maraei ior iimcv.
r.ais. Thursday eve., August 30. Be-
hero that Maximilian will abdi-
w o . ,
I cate the crown of Mexico, lnexsuaui
I ..i .i..
i an editorial to-aay auuae. o u
paid to the American Embassy in Russia,
, . .ftcr making tne Kiuiucau.
I . Taae of the demonstrations be-
twenlh. Tjnitei states and Russia, says that
France has done little to revive tne old
friendship between herself and tne uniteu
From New York.
Kzw York, Aug. 30. Four new cases but
no deaths from cholera in this city reported
thil morning. Five cases, no deaths, re
ported in Brooklyn to day.
T)r. Dalton. Sanitary Superintendent ofj
the Board of Heaitn. re porta mat uuriug
.i v ,); -reaterdav. August 29, there
were thirty-niue genuine cases of cholera
in this city, ot wmcn twenty prwv i
u. r.neiln. P. BtarT. Superintendent of
Rogers Locomotive Works, New York
committed suicide at his residence in Brook
to-day, by shooting himseit.
The Presidential Tour.
Th. Preaident and party visited
Tark this morning, and then took a steamer
at Mauhattanvil'.e for West Point.
n ..erin the Park. Gen. Grant asked
permission of the driver of his carriage to
ake the reins. He then drove out of the
line and came up alongside of the Presi
dent's carriage and challenged a race. The
driver accepted the challenge, and they
started off at a rapid pace. Tney kept side
by side for a mile, when Grant's team com
menced to gain on the President's, and soon
after passed it, the President rising and
lifting hia hat in acxnowieagmcu
West Poiav, August 30 ust before the
resident left New York. Napoleon Mulle-
1 U . num. r... LiOUU
I . forml invitation to visit t
but he repUei it waa impossible
in- I t ki-.nrfn.e- The propriety
x-reoiucu. rr-- - . ,j
k.n .nrl other citizens OI O'. uouu.
out ne rcowc- . - -. i 7 . r u
favorable response. The proprietor, of the
o. v :. r ;jil TT.-tel extended an invita
tion to the Preaident and suite to make that
house their home should tneir viai. -"
v- irn.t 30. The Preaidenl'l
party has been joined by Maj. Gen. Cu-tar,
Rousseau, Fullerton, Sieadman, A. H. Stew-
. t:.v...w fL.hn. Henry Clewes, ilall
ttti.:.- 1 invited ruest..
ITflllC, WIUU-us. . .
The New York press is iargoij
its A(j West Point the party were received
t a I ..WS n MBAriri. WUU lUVUUS-
panied them to the grounds. Thousands
" .... r , V. . inmHindlBr
persons ol ootnseae. noi" -
country and the city of New Yolk were
present, ine scene w" ' ,
ir : -.-..,;, chancier. The excursion-
isu being seated, were enterrained by
L- . 1. . .... .t Anl nT-aasHirA.
"AUIUIUUU VI .avaaw a-.
fcAt a quarter paat one the party resumed
!t.i. i..;.en.-, towards Albany. While paes-
inr Newburc tbe siieed of the River Queen
was slacSined. Salutes were fired from the
shore, and cheers were given by tbe crowd
oi people gathered on the wharf. The i" re
sident, standmr on the unrjer deck, acknow
ledged the compliment by bowing and wav
ing his hat. Dinner was served on the
At Pouehkeensie the neoDle had gathered
inlarre numbers and eneered the uartv aa
it passed. The President acknowledged tbe
trip and the beautiful scenery of the Hud-
At Hudson (our or five steamboats lying
at tne wnart were densely tilled witn men,
women and children, and at other places
near ue river oanK large crowds had as-
aemhlri. Th. bill-Inn nvaun..! Inn.
line of spectators. The scene waa not only
interesting, but pieasurably exciting. The
recognised the compliments bestowed. It
was pernaps tne most animated demonstra-
I e"mPliment. More than the usual number
oi nauinn wore ijaeaoa, many oi wnica
rare gauy trimmed, tne passengers cneer
ing and waving their bata and handker.
I i : . n-. . -
I c H . afc aa. compBoj is in uie .pirns
ana aengntea witn ait tne incidents or tne
tion on the way from New York.
At Stuyvesant a salute was fired and the
usual salutations intercnanged.
ZZ&i six o'clock, when 12 miles from Albany.
the steamer Matamoras approached the
airsi uuewa with tat SAwyer of Aloaav and
a committee of the Common Council. Sec
retary Seward introduced hia Honor the
Mayor to the Preaident. Admiral Farrazut.
General Grant and other distinguished gen
tlemen of the excursion party. The Mayor
aauressea tne resident as lollowa.
oSS Tti? 5a?i TZ
nonor to tenner to you, to tne members ot
wnn.n.kln.. .U. J.-l." .'U 1 .11
f H" rmy and navy, and the eminent gen-
tlemen of the Diplomatic Corps, a most em
phatic welcome to our city. With regard to
yourself, sir, we beg you to accept thia wel
come not merely aa a mark ol respect for
;n position as chief msgistrate oi the
nation, but as a tribute to your personal
worth, and aa a grateful acknowledgment
oi your services to tbe country. We cannot
forget how earnestly you espoused the cause
of the Union at the outset of the late un
happy war, and how zealously you devoted
your masterly abilities, vonr tima and on.
tiTSg energies to iu preservation, and how
uuuij wvu ouppui sriA nut) auiaiaiBrauua ui
your lamented predecessor, and how m the
1. f j: t a J V : 1 -
your nign position as chief msgistrate ot the
oarx nours ot disaster you stayed nis Hands I
wu.u .ooy wore neavy, anu gave mm com-
fort when aad.
Since your elevation to the Presidency,
although responsibilities thrown upon you
far more momentous, if it were possible,
than ever devolved npon any of your prede -
cessors, you have exhibited some fidelity to
your official obligations, some patriotism,
and some incorruptible integrity. In offer
ing you this warm and heartfelt greeting.
we discharge a duty whiah we ewe alike to
you and to ourselves. Trusting that under
tne blessing oi "jod, and witn the aid ot acie
advisers who compose your cabinet, your
administration may result in the restoration
harmony and good feeling as between all
States, we will add " Long live the Presi
forever live the Union."
rr-i n :j . i i .
"Mb. Mavob: I thank you for what
uare ..iu, anu i uopo ana uioea inaiiu
not be attributed to personal vanity.
distinction which you have made in
welcoming me is gratifying. You welcome
first as the Chief Magistrate of the na
a distinction and respect due to so ex
alted a station ; and then, in the most ac
ceptable manner, yoa give your gratulation
f" -7 pn ' ln
and perilous condition of our country, en-
couragement of this kind strengthens and
inspires me in my determination to pursue
and carry out the policy that I believe will
result in the restoration ot peace and pros
perity to tne tjovernment and tne country.
feel confident and hopeful. All I can say
return ia that I warmly thank you. I
know how to appreciate such a welcome,
,cn?PdUEy "a ia'rgSXtegaUon ot ciV '
board ta wn
-- . n.rrvmui'i and accom-
. . Aiban- where the party ar-
The Party at Albany.
.-riMirsinn nartv eould
There waa continuous
Tnitminrtl OI DeODia
he street througu wnica P,.
passed, and some in their anxiety crowded
. .1. tr tvaatb into tne lace
into UIO can 1 age wcaj v 1 r
of the excursionists,
mi .cine nMAr1 nr. Bro&dwav, ana
xa r.v--rrr- r .... -A 55th
returning, was wivw y -
enmnrising 600 members. Along, the
route a number of buildings were ilium-
a 1 ..j Maa ovrtn tranouarsvui.tw
played. At about eight o'clock it halted at
fv. n :.i h. n.rk of which was densely
"U" vyx pi ova viv j- ,
crowded with persons of both sexes ad ages
-1i TneStators to such an extent that
!tint Gov. Fenton received the
suu ..wu --- . . 1
President on the steps, ano naving
hands with him, delivered tne ioi.uw.ua,
urosr. ... . j
Mr. President Witn nign conwucrawuu
V. leaf UatfiatrnVtA of tha Republic, I
ior wo .i".' " . , . .... . .
address you words of welcome m behalf of
our citizens and the people of the State,
whose capital you visit, we exwna w you
and your suite bospiulity and greeting.and
lesire you safe conduct a. yen go hen" to
oa, honor to the memory of Jto Jtod
pay .,' j;.,;mi.hJ ..
Douglas to tne ow " - a---
the home and final reeling place of the mar
tyred Lincoln, l nave no power s. to 4D
expression to the feelings of this assemblage,
nor to expreso iu uiuu-
imity of a whole people upon an occasion so
marked as the coining to our capital and to
our homes of the Preaident of the Bnited
States. In their names i given a-eu
your Excellency of their fidelity, patriotism
.-a .-.i,.n. imereat in all that relates to
.u- -wi orAor. nra-rress and freedom of all
. l. . a,., .nd of the earnest hope that peace
will soon open np to tne people oi me
land new fields oi lioervy, prooi-oi...-
m-od no lengthy reply,
merely returned his thanks, and accepted,
... r x. . .f t'H - muint-V. th. hOS-
ss -niei -n.i..- j
" iri..T-n..ient and party were then escort-
!,- r.,w-nt.ivM Chamber, where the
Governor introduced the President to the
Senators ol State, end to mo
Govornor. Gen. Grant, Admiral Farragut,
Secretary Wells and others were subse-
.i. i.inrwtneerl. After renf&ining a few
minutes at the Executive Chamber the
President and party withdrew. Th pro
cession was re-formed, and wa joined by
.u. irin,.n. The line of march was re
sumed down State street and up Broadway
t. the Delevan House, where a dinner was
given by the city. The scene was singular
ly brilliant, the Firemen bearing torches
sod firing rockets; and the citizens joined
.... ; .h.nianl.v of many cxMored
wim meu. iu . , j -- - ,,
fireworks from stores and dwellings, ine
exeitemnnt on the street in this city was
greater in proportion to the population inan
in any other city through which the party
Convention at Detroit.
ts .-, i ao
c..,.i'nimn met in this eity to-day.
nriraniepd county IB me
.LtLi. The following nominations
' . r. r ... -..nominated.
weremaae: txov. w.p. -
IT! . f Hon. H.. Baldwin and Gen.
Sloughton, being withdrawn after the first
ballot, ljieut. vxov., voiu-"5 -j
.,.-. f fitate. Gen. Spaulding : Treasur-
' r. (. tL.iMromr Land Commissioner.
Gen. Pntcnara ; anoruey a.-.
SloughUin ; Supenntandent Haa-
fand; Memoer ,
win WiUiams ; Auditor General, General
Humphrey. Among the resolutions-adopted
are the following :
Defeated in the neio, me euomy -.-.-newed
the struggle througn th ballot box
end by political machination, arms at that
which it failed to destroy in that ensis.
behoves us to stand as nrmiy a. we ait.
suppressing rebellion: and to Congress
. -, .rna-iHinir when
alone, oeiongs auo ""v -
Senators and Representatives late
.h. rebellious States, shall
entitled to admission. They also approve
the Constitutional -vmenoiucu.
ly proposed by Congress. It Recom
J K . , i..t f the neu-
mends mo aoi.-. - --
i m not tn render special be
efiu to nations not accorded to us by them,
sympathize with th movement of labor
ing men to shorten the hours of toil, and
.u. r ..ionaJ nlan of reconstrue-
garu. uo . ..
tion as indispensable to tho future peaee
TUsoixed. That wo scorn as unworthy
freemen that poUtical blasphemy wtucn
says this is the wliite man's government.
: . ik. -.hit. man's government,
the black man's government. It U God's
government made for man, and all men
who are true and loyal to it, of whatever
race color or condition, shall have under
its triumphant and glorioua flag all those
iualienable rights to rcea as man.
Resolutions were adopted instructing the
Michigan member of the National Union
Committee to use his influence to expe!
Henry J. Raymond from that Committee
A delegation of 100 were appointed to at
tend the Philadelphia Convention. The
proceedings throughout were harmonions
and enthusiastic -
A large meeting of officers and soldiers
waa held to-night to organize a society of
uoys in .Blue.
Gen. Tlison to Resume His Position.
Nw Yoax, August 30. The Washington
specials say that Gen. Tilson has been or
dered to resume his position as Freedmen'
Bureau Commissionerat Augusta, which in
dicates that there is no foundation in the
report that he was to succeed Gen. Howard
in ottarge of the Bureau at Washington.
It is hardly probable that the usual
monthly statement of the public debt will
be m readiness before the Zd or 3d ot next
month. It is thought that a very consider
able "reduction will be shown in the debt
.U through, owing to the fact that about
j.,uu,uuo of the temporary loan Has been
called in. A much leas amount of currency
cash will be found m tne Treasury ; the
coin balances, however, will be shewn to
have largely increased.
Dinner to the President and Party at
Nsw Yoax, August 30. Tha Post says
that the dinner to the President and party
at Dolmcnico'e restaurant was the most ele
gant and expensive affair of the kind ever
enjoyed by so large a party in this country.
1'iouer ior 4ju was oruereu, ania ue cost
was 2a,000, or Hod for each plate. There
were eight different varieties of wine, cost
ing from $10 to $20 bottle.
Troy City Convention.
Teot, N. Y- August SO. The Republican
v-ity tonvention neid tnis evening appo.nt-
ed M.J. Townsend, JVF. Welstow and C.
Eddy as delegates to the Syracuse Conven
tion. They were instructed to vote for the
re.nomination 0f Gov. Fenton. Twenty
delegates, headed by Hon. J. A. Griswold,
were appointed io attend the convention of
Southern loysflista at Philadelphi;
Louisville, Ky., August 30. Gen. L. C,
Crittenden has issued an address to the
Union soldiers and sailors of Kentucky who
are favorable so tne principle enunciated
by tbe late miladelpnia Convention, and
appointed a long list of delegaea to attend
the national convention to be held at Cleve
land on the 17th of September. Among the
delegate are the Governor, Lieutenant
Governor, Gens. Rousseau, Wood, Whitaker,
Hobaon, Garrard, Boyle and Watkins, and a
large number of Kentucky Union officers.
RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A. M
Special Dispatches to the Western Press.
PRESIDENT'S SPEECH AT DELMONICO'S.
New York; August 30. The following
are the principal portions of the speech of
President Johnson in response to a toast at
the Grand Banquet at Delmonico's last
night. After returning thanks tor the com
pliment, he proceeded :
We have gentlemen here associated with
on this occasion who took an active part
that struggle for the preservation of our
country the army on the one hand, point
ing to Irenerai tzrant, and tne navy on tne
other, pointing to Farragnt. These gentle-I
what part the humoie manu .
addresses you took in that struggle for the
suppression ol tne reueuum
ration of the Government I will say noth
ing now, but I will say in summing up,
though I may perhaps be included in that
summing up, ? wlil y that I .feel that fe.
SUmuimft -F, - A it- Jntw. hnt I
oat naa aiBuu-VAgw a y --- ;
. . I A- 1 urlnPrnaii.
there is. sometnmg eiso i.r
TC" I:-u A it. Hatv.
Government a CT ..J
IDOra IB li ", u K.a
. t a. A J.ra Thflilrlh WS) n&TS
Pssledtarough fields of blood, and at time
. - J Mnelnaion that WO 1
a mnn iotob w . . , ,
would be compelled to see th Goddess oi
T.ihertv go stazzering through carnage and
bbSZR our Goverlment a failure, yet by
the blessing of Providence matters hav
knri tat ax a uernut arot miuiiv
rri: w. been saved. But while the en-
ir wo u. . , 7 .v.. -t.1 ..... I .
mv has been put down in an. o,
still remain, a greater and more imruau.
work for you u
Upou. --""V"-" . eam.rk. hoW.V.r.
I niV13w OO poriui.TDtt av - -
iB this connection, that the ; t
ndertook tne iuppreaiou o.
for the express purpose oi preaer.-.
Union of the States. That was the decla
ration that it made at the beg.n".ng, and
under that declaration n w.-.. -
and continued it until the bell.on was
suppressed, uy me suppr. o" "
beilion, the Government established and an
Znd th. great fact that. th( State.
have not the power nor me "i"!
uom GowrKMat of the Uni-
th. EleetiT. Department
ted States and the Executive j-epanmen.
f it. But J!XL
rebemon was suppressed for the purpose of !
thA UniOIl OI VaAO wsatawj- I
?ZrZi.v rRj.nnit-lT the doctrine that no
State ha a right to seceao a ..j -
Government tcos dissolved, and th States
vereoutof Unim. - . .
We wno eontena w -
year, ago contended thrt the State, had not
" , .uhl. to aM-da and on
tho ngnt even ' .
of the means oleaceabla secession wa. by
a Stat withdrawing ita representrtive from
the fzresa of the United States, and that I
would be a practical dissolution of tne un-
ion. We denied that a state naa any
right, and when subsequently they attempt-
SttlZ in forcibly establUhed that a
...uv . . . . ,- . i n. .nn
a... ha riffhl U im.e aw w u...-.,
state no. no '"--. - - min. their
when the State, are --
.7.. :. th. federal government as
reiauoo. - " . tho.
seec to nave .-i - -- , , h
Congress, there are men in that body who,
livSlation of our great charter of liber.
in TiOiawoa "a vm &' . .
. .i . :-v. Ka raniMQtea ana re-
deny usvn,..-,.-. mXo th
a a.jm; trua.r 1'WTireaentawiTea
oZZitoVrt State. Tha qaary
K uP, in th. rtuggl. that w
before us will we suomii . ---
5bolution and this practical aMerUon of
hedoctrin. that they have already .repo-
. . i hnr,am The 1SSUO IS bO-
OltMUMa" '-- - ur,;ttl to
fore you will tnese ni. r - - -
remain as they are, so far as representation
"concerned, n ..Uta of practical on
and disruption ? It is giving the h. Vuct
to every posiuoa. i "
.itio? taken np sine the rebeliion com
menced. Are we prepared now, terhav-
inr naased through our una
m2 iTnif amount of blood thatha, bn
shed, and after having accumulated a debt
of over a thousand million of doliars-ar
w. prepared to permit this disrupuon and
disrupting eondttion of affair, to wnUnno ?
li,tu. ufk inteUigent audieneo, not
th. lono-oare oi him-"'-""- .
, the .Dirit of chrutianity and ouno
philosophy? A. w prepare.
St-T tnghwWh wahavejt
paaasd? Ar. we prepared a. TJ
pasaear -uww-.r.-i t -..flit
Portion of thia country m deadl? eonflict
sgainat another portion "- j -
Xemarrayed! or ahaUw. not make every
$0, -S i-
and brotherly affection t .
Well, gentlemen, wna ia mm - ----
the Philadelphia Conv.nt.oa has met and
pronounced in th. oonditioa J
r.. . : j . wu-h. that theae men
k.a.r Vtaif niWeMiena were
. Ka. l-aAliAVAti'
ana wore uv ' . . -
Gentlemen, what better tcj a ' loyal
tv can you have, than those men give
7'!.7fn.ht this rebellioa with more
consistency and d.ternxi than I havtf
w.. .... .lerineed or suffered more for tne
lenngs a:- e--; . hoad
frjefofewit-ensibl. to th. truth and
6 v.. .re told that those men not
withstanding their professions a toyalty
. tha Union, aro not to bo believed, but
". A.tABe.sraaw.B-rAl.ma.... 1
ClTS3JrT B71TW. IIIciLLAWMfrm i rv.m
j . - AATDVALDA8LI BIADUit) . -
i'j : ' 'niunnRrn - -
v cLirxuis ixisu coxriiT.
nmtxft m. lu ImsMoi Htiir
TlaMU 01 THB nilt fi
Oaa year (ts) sa ao
To to. ctar a a of a Ol.b of be, y. wtti k
opy wf to. it en lt Laaama, grati. ; of tvwaty, a
aopy of tteTrt-W-awUrlnArtjaa4aan -aosyofth.
ask you what better evidence can yoa have
of loyalty and devotion than tha profession
and action of thoa who dara, ia toi day of
political and religious freedom to set ap aa
inquiauio and go into the human
torotn lo search for motives and aenti meats.
How mariy men have lived under this Gov
ernment a'l along from ita origin np U the
prseant tim. who have loyally obeyed tho
laws, and pad their taxes, aad aid-d th
Government in every way req aired of th.m,
yet who, perhaps, would much vather prs
errsci to nave nad n greatly modified ia
form, or even to live under a monarchy.
The beet evidence that can be shown of
loyalty are lorai professions and leva! ac
tions; aad whoa those gentlemen mot ia
convention from the Nortn, and said, Com
forward and profess devotion to th Union
and the Cone tituttoo, and whe their acsiosts .
and profession correspond, who shall dare
to doubt them? Have we reached that
point that all confidence is lost in men 1 If
we have t tall yoa that your Govermant
is net as strong as a rope ot sand. It ha ao
right, and will tumble to pieces. Th ad- "
hesive power of this Government 1 in ths '
conidenc which th people put ia aaeh .
other. These men who sat in convention
sat in a city the professions of whoa people
ia times gone by ware that ti.ey were a '
peaee-loving and a war-haling peopl. ,
These men sat there in convection ia the
interests of peace, and their professions an
doubled. ' These people say to them. We ..
won't believe you, and therefor tha piusaitl
state of practical dissolution of th Union
must continue to exait. Why. a a 8th-
ern man though I do not speak bar to
night aa a Southern man because I first
saw th light of Heaven in a Southern -State
thank God. I feel that I oatartain
opinion and ideas that ar eo-oxtensivo
with all the States and with th peopl of
Mr. Johnson proceeded at length ia ex
planation of the motive that prompted the
Sooth to rebel, which h did from tha
Southern standpoint, snd spoke apologeti
cally of th conduct of tha maasa. who ho
claimed war Busied aad coerced. He
strongly aeserted his own devotion to the
Union, pointing to his record as testimony,
snd denounced a diramoniats Wendell
Phillips, Garrison, and those who think
with them. He announced his determina
tion to fight it out on th line ho had taken.
and concluded with a reiteratioa of tho oo- -serration
that having filled every emco
urder th government, his ambitioa was
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