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HORNING LEADER TL'ENttAV W AFBlaa 13a j5W ADTISTISIUKXTS. 11 Bultl iWw-Tw Kant, UuMtea Imkll--B to lot. (m, rgtis OaseeJ flow. J. B. Oo Qe.-6chool Book. aValiliar- AM etetr-OoBeart at Bern. JL V. Bray ton Insurance Dlvloana. H. Mswwsrry Ingiu for Bala. K. H. Unasfor Bout. L P. Kaerwooa-Jn.t eeaiTed. Aw, Bar.ow-fnedal Hoi lea. V. 0. Aooal holloa. verttWlleoa-l.o.U Holloa. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. uuinia. Ooiba.... ...I0C1, H. VUM, ioie Tan " Laae Snore, tart M Ftttwcrg and M hai...i.SI aaanouiug (.alt " r-an: uy .. .. Co iteaut . . , . , ...... . bwdutt iut.... AaalVtlA, tTawtabaw M A. at 3ow-io t.m Lake Dltor,E I. It " aVinebarg and Wheeling.. - klaitosiug 10 0 - tWa-iassy M - Uimsl S iMnotx&aU MO " I S.0 4 00 4 00 " 4 to t va M -.at 5 AS " VJ 110 10 Cttlss wishing eonvevtno to itber of th um Trains or boats, will b eaUd for by tb Coaohai ol elevens' Otnmba Lint, by leaving Iheir address at the imbuHibs oreoe, 141 sapenof ptet. an nonr tsa tn v aaaeu tioan. THE CITY. Casualti n Ohio Kiouiistb at Pitts ' atria Lad:. From Lists of to killed and wounded at PitUbarg Landing, la tbe Cin cinnati paperi of vesterdav morning, wt ex tract the following. It will be understood that the lists are only partial. With one ex ception, the following are wounded : FoBTT-t'iu?. Henry Road, killed; Lieut, Jot. McLon?, band ihot off; Capt. Wiley, Shot lo thigh; Adjt. Panoost,iliyhtly wound ed; Wra. Baker, Win. Walker, Chaa. Clorn, J no. Hall, eriouly wounded. 4Glu Co. F, J. M. Bropieaa, Thoe. Mo Onnor : Oo. Q, Joo. G. PeaL, E3d Co, A. Wm. Boo per. tSih Co. O, 0. B. Pa)lesv. 10th Co. B, A. J. Moebnrg, W. Bryan. 711 Co. B, Darid Btylea. .Tib Co. A, Darid Boreman, B. F. Hill ; Co. C, Alex. Tbom; Co. D, John A. Brad j lia, Charle 1L SttwaraV Jaa. Hoffman; Co. X, Wra. Cbanoe, Thoa, Anderson, X. it Heath; Co. J, Jeme W. Thomas; Co. E, H. fi. Dillon,- Co K, John Bobbin! . tu CowK, J T. BroMona, PhiL Marphy, John Britt, W. H. Clsrkson ; Co. K, Jainea iEailan; Co. K, C. H. Bishop, W. U Dawion ; Co. D, a H. Smith; Co. K, J. Harm; Co. O, J. RaaaelL 11th Co. r, J. B. Boott 13th Co. A, J. 6. Eipgipo; Co. B, Jamat . K. Catnbell, H. E.Bart; U. C. Wm. CofTryj Ca D, (ieorga W. MsEIroy, Herman Kew- bUTRh. - " 15ih Co. A, A. P.McShena. ' ' 38 tli Ce. B, Campbell; Co. C, J. S. Forbea; Ca K, B. fcoliand. p 13 th Co. T, woasded lliglitly Capt J. J. Gardiwr.. T2d Co. G, Walker Bicbmond, left arm pttlbow. Board of Education. Monday Evening, April 14. 1862. The old Soaxd held its laat meeting laat evening. I .': Seven of the members were present. Hon. Harvey Bice, President, ia the ehair. I Committee on Teachers reported in favor f Miss Quintrell to ;l the place in Eagle Street School made vacant by the resigna Aio of Miss Spelman. Adopted. Committee on Discipline reported against further aetion in the case of Mr. Karidon, of the Bt. Clair Btreot Grammar School. Adopted. I The Superintendent reported that nothing kecial had transpired aince the last zneet jirtf, vacation having intervened. The jneoaols have re-opened generally pretty full. jaias Barren nas oeea miicg ua piece mania rraeant by Mies Spelman. I The Secretary reported expenditures for rth achool year aa follows: hAmoaat of bills for repairs, rarnitan and rappliea aadited and sent to I CooboU $6 4t .IS otixnate to elore the year 8" 00 fcseMtary'a SsJary .. 8(J 06 'J eaofe.- pay roll KaU and Winter... iM i7 &UBm ior Spring term .. .. 11 Oou.aa y37.7l01 The pay roll, it will be seen, falls about SCI below the original estimate,which was 137.000 thediffererjea being due both to the kaduotion of time and the salary of the (teacher. On motion, $300 were voted to the Secre tary for his services during the past year, Mr. Roberts objecting to receive any more l Ber. Prod Thome moved the following : ILttolvtd. That we hereby tender to Ansel Robert. Esq., our sinoere thanks tor the ability, the fidelity, and onifonn courtesy anth which he haa discharged the arduous luties of Secretary of this Board, and that re regret that his service in this responsible asition are hereafter to be discontinued. V&cpted. ! Mr. Inrersoll offered the following : hmalvtd, That we extend to Hon. Harvey lice, President or tins iioard, our nearty hanks for the ability and faithfulness with rhich he has presided : for tne punctuality hth which he haa attended the meetings of he Board ( for the interest with whicn he ' tea regarded our publie schools, as well as or the gentlemanly bearing and courtesy he tea ever exercised toward us. Wearegrati )el that the incoming Board is to enjoy the ' -vefit of jus experience and ability, to Board then adjourned tine dtt. fot j itt Waaaix. Generals MeCall, Lp acting Brigadier General Col. ' . T.1..J W. in i tor.. .. -ity jesterday morning , it-.;, t Warren. "" son of Judge BrownV "aidant f 0 I the npper baUery. and s'sy k apiking it would do credit to any nation 0 earth, be rebels were on dutv at tha time!- and ashamed of the whole matter. They ere ky spiked tha gans themaelre. TV etticg of the transports through tie canal m regarded aa another great achievement, ply Yankee eouldhsve done it. : DaoiOATioa-Laat evening tha new Sons Temperance Hall, in Hoffman's Block aa dedicated by the oScera of tha Grand ' bdge to the cause of tern perance. The hall as finely decorated with flags, and present la very handsome appearance. The eere ' ny was Yery impressive, and was witness l by a large eon course. Addressee, appro ! . riata and eloquent, were delivered by aeve j 1 1 gentlemen. , iHssHura. We need only mention the ct that this great magician will be 1 k.:...j. tt.,'1 . c.i at to rider certain a large audience, and when connection with him it is announoed that delightful French Operetta will be per- rmed, tha conclusion ia inevitable that ere will be a jam. Btraoaoa Clbvblaxd. A letter Ived yesteiday from Dr. Thomaa G. Cleve- nd. Burgeon of the 41st Begiment, by his other, Jaa. D. Cleveland, Esq., in which reports himself well. Owing to the Prea- re of his duties, he waa unable to jive any telligenoe of public interest, i m m 1 3Trv Boafs or Eoooatioh. The mekn pa elect to the Board of EJuos4kn will Kit at the rooms ef tha Board, Conmia ill, this evening at T o'clock, for the pr sie of organising and transacting knttV l City Cornell. Monday Afternoon, April 14. . Tba Council of 1361-1 waa called to order ASXo'elooJu : a Preaent Anthony, Ballard, Benton,Blair, Bond, Corning, Coonrad,Di3eon,Freea, Eeat iBf, Maetera, Meyer, Oriatt, Palmer, Babln, BUvene, Btargeaa, Thomaa, Wellhouie, Wil- lard The Preaident, H. 8. Bterene, In the chair. . On motion, the Clerk waa axonaed; from Nading the minutea of the laat meeting. The following bondi were reported by the City Attorney aa being in due form and bail ufi ilrnt, all of which ware accepted i Lew ie Bv Whitney, Wm. B. Simmona,Geo.Bue kirk. Ia. A. Eaatman, Oonitableit Peter Ooldrick, Aaaaaor 7th ward i Jamea Kane, Aseeaaor tth ward A. Klein, Aaaeaaor 11th ward. : D. B. Andrew tendered his resignation as Pax of the Council. A oommunication was read from the Board of City Improrementa, recommending li ehael Cans as fit and worthy person to lake car of the Pablio Square, on the aama terms aa it haa been done for the laat four seasons. Filed. ; The Preeident appointed Messrs. Ofiatt and Bond acommittoe to waitnpon the May or, and announce the Council ready to ceiTehis Annual Meaeagt. Mayor Flint, upon taking the ohair, read his message as follows t (kntlewie oftkt Council Tne annual period for re-ornnumr the city government is one of mtereat to all ciu- sens. xnereeponsiDiiiuee aisumeo: oy tnoee intrusted with the control of the financial and other public interest of the city, are al way of a crave and important character, but at no period ot our municipal exiatenoe have these responsibilities been assumed un der circumstances fraught with such peculiar im portance. Our K ational uovernment en gaged in war to maintain its existence, calls largely for means to aciray its expense. Our duty a loyal cititens demands that we promptly and cheerfully respond to the call, and only by increased taxation can it be met. To o administer the affsir of the city, that this increase shall fall aa lightly aa possible on the people, should be the great aim of your administration for the coming year. A review of tne operations of the city Gov ernment for the past year will show, I trust. that tne wishes or tne people so universally expressed at its commeneemont with refer enee to expenditure for improvements have, so tar as public good would permit, been fol lowed. Such as were in prooeas of construc tion and absolutely necessary have been per fected. So far aa improvements are projected tor the coming year, auoh only as ere de manded by the general welfare of the city ara recommenaeu. It haa been the settled policy of the Im provement Boa'd to recommend only such work aa tba public good required, or has been called lor by a large majority of property holders cireMly interested. A continuance of this policy will undoubtedly govern the ooara iu lis miur action. The condition oi many of our most public streets seem to require extensive outlays for grading and paving, and by such im provements the convenience of cur citiaen would, without doubt, ba greatly enbanoed. and our reputation aa a pleasant city be augmented. But with the uncertain pros pect before us for a speedy return to times of peace and prosperity, it will be a trie pol icy to suffer inconvenience, rather than embarrassment by any increase of taxation that can be avoided. Our Publie Schools have maintained their reputation for effioiency and usefulness. A judicious expenditure for their proper sup port, autnougu Jarr in toe arrwerat,- can not be questioned ia demanded by the true interests oi our ciuaens generally. A gene ral diffusion of intelligence is the greatest safeguard to our free institutions., Xncour are them by a hearty co-operation with the Board ot .education, all reasonable efforts for a continuance of their ueefulneaa. The Industrial School under the dillirent and active management of the self-sacrificing Superintendent, is worthy your en couragement. Jta efficiency in rescuing many cniidren rrom a uie ot crime and degradation ia beyond a question. - V pen the lnhrmary Department of the city, the demand for relief haa been unusu ally large tne past year, in addition to tha calls for relief from the destitute inci dent to a large population, this demand has been increased in aonsequence of our Ra tional trouble. A large draft was made on our mala population for our army and many families were left m indigent circumstances, and the delay which haa unavoidably pre vented the soldier from sending hia wages to his family and friends, produced this un usual call on tne relief funds of the city. A large amount naa tnus been tarnished in the way cf "outside relief by the Infirm ery Commissioner. The recent action of the Stat authorities and also the concur rent aetion of the City and County Commis sioner in facilitating the transmission in future ot funds sent nome hy soldiers, will to a great extent. I trust, lessen the demand upon the Infirmary Department. The ex penditures, however, must from general o.usea be large, and that they will be made by the Commissioner with judgment and discrimination to actual and deeerving eaaea, I have no doubt. Our obligations aa a Christian people as well aa legal enactments, demand at eur hands a just and liberal sup port to tne reany needy ana destitute, The police department, .although opera ting during a portion of the year under cir cumstances or embarrassment, has main tained its reputation for efficiency and faith' fulness. Our city being a point selected by tha State authorities in the early part of the year for collecting and drilling large bodies of volunteer, (ears were expressed to ma by many ot our citizens, that the force waa not sufficiently large for tha maintenance of good order. An increase to the regular force. by special appointment, was made and main tained for a portion of the year, but has been discontinued aince tha removal of the troop. I em pleased to say in this connection, that, with one or two exceptions, no serious dis turbance to the publie peace ha occurred. An imperative demand for a more commo dious city prison has been met, by a coa.tr act having been executed forthe erection, du ring tne coming summer, of a substantial and creditable building:, upon the lot owned by the city on Champlain street, thus re lieving the cititens in the viciniiy of the present unsuitable and offensive structure. The Fire Department is entitled to great credit tor seal and faithful service the more -a when the embarrassments under which . labored are fully known. Da ranks have iuTnib,i number of the most active and r " lin miuuwn f ii..,,, "V, and their places remain li"!! :..'ntion should be directed T aVCmuata ivui cafe's. , .... to some plan for eucoWar nP 1 a.imzaniea. I herewith submit the followtng statement of the condition of our financed; tw. .it tv for the rut vaar on a ValaA- Uon of $18,210,145 00, at the rate of 12 milli Tha tatal receipu into the City Treasury ia vived from the city tax and other sources eantedto ao, vs. - m V. t,.t.l fnnriori initnhtedness cf the City, exclu of Bailraad Bonds, amounted to $755,J il tollows Wlt orta Bonds.... 550 000 CO school ik zi vr.J it V- " . . , ' A. II , . . ATA Kihi.v mnA J4i.-d8on btreets School House Lot fkOds. 861 M Champlaiafctivati, wr'M Eons Bond 600 00 Ilutnet ISO. & j.uw um E. a T. Ssm' Wstn'i'-t" 00 City Prison Lot bonus. S 0M 00 moaung xii juoe... - - w,ww v. The following axb'.k it of the reoeipU and expenditures from tna difierent funds of ti.I-i. .Wva ot Uie uncollected reve- -0H tlodeethakav'anoea and deficiu at tha eornmancemeut of year : Beneral Fund.. Infirmary School 71I 0T 084 .4-1 23.4M a7,1 T 71,10 ft S3.471 tl eo.Mt 21 86S Police .... Fir Department., Sinking.. Interest. Cental tt &ewarge..... Road 90 .160 SO Sll at, me 6i 2.7 ' 2 . i 18.303 M """! W.7i 2,aC3 22.7HO ' 60,767 Tba funded indebtedness extinguished For the furtiief and more dettalad infor- u. i .nrirnii Tfair Tost to the an nual reports a submit d front th eUfferant departments. Mri Bond then offered the following lutioa, which waa adopted i Ritolvtd. That the thanks of the members of this Board are eminently doe, and era hereby oordially tendered to U. 8. Btevobt, Eiq., Preeident of the Board of Councilman, for the able, dignified, courteous and impar tial manner in which he baa discharged the delicate and responsible duties of his official potation daring the peat year. Mr. Stevens returned his thanks to the Counoil. Mr. Ballord offered the following, which waa adopted! Ruolvtd. That the thanks of this Connc be and are hereby tendered to 0. E. Hills, Eiq.. Citv Clerk, for the faithful and talis fantory performance of the duties aorUiniui to said office during the past municipal year. i)r. Hills returned his thanks. Mr. Bond offered the following, which was adopted: Reached . That the thanks of this Counci be and they are berebr tendered to Michael Uallagher, City Marshal, and the member ol tne i'olice, I r their uniform attention to their several duties during the past year, Ihe which waa adopted: Xexolved, That the thanks of this Conn oil be tendered to D. B Andrews, for the faithful performance during the past mum- eipal yetr of the duties of Page. Mr. Thomas offered the following, which waa adopted: Suolued. That the thanks of this Board be and tbey are hereby tendered to the Re porters, who have daring the past year given justice H) lis memoers. The Council then adjourned tine tfia. Meeting of the New Council. Immediately upon the adjounment of the old Counoil, the Mayor called together the new, and Judge Vail administered to the new members the obligation for the faith ful discharge of their duties as Trustees. There were present Messrs. Anthony, Benton, Blair, Bond, Coon' ad, Corning, Dixon, Frecse, Huntington, Keating, Mas- tera, Meyer, Palmer, Payne, Roberts, Rogers, Stevens, Sturgeas, Thomas, Van Tassell, Wellbouse, Willard. The Cobncil then proceeded to the elec tion of President. I. U. Masters was elect ed without opposition. Mr. Masters returned his thanks. The Council then proceeded to the election of Clerk. Mr. Hills was re-elected without opposition. A Page was next nominated. Master William Benton was unanimously elected. STANDING COMMITTEES. Judiciary Stevens, Corning, Payne. Finance Roberta, Stevens, Dixon. Schools Corning. Blair. Sturre. Claims Huntington, Coonrad. Rogers. Harbors and Wharves Keatine. Well. house, Palmer. Markets Willard. Van Tassell. Bond. Parks and Public Grounds Coonrad. Meyer, Thomaa. Public Buildings Blair. Bond. Anthony. Streets Benton, Palmer, Huntington. Ordinances Payne, Stevens, VanTaMell. Gas Dixon, Rogers, Willard. Infirmary Thomaa, Roberta. Palmer. Water Work Rogers, Corning, Benton. House of Refuge Van Tassell. Willard. Freeae. Fire and Water Palmar. Meyer. Benton. Carriages. Cabs and Drave Freest). Bond. Keating.- itailroads Wellhouae, Freeae, Palme: t Police-Bond, Dixon, Payne. .'. . Printing Anthony. Keatinr. Mever. Heal'h and Cleanliness Merer. Coonrad. Thomaa. - . i Sewerage and Drains flturwss. Blair. Mr. Dixon offered the following, which was adopted: ' . ,.; j ; 1 Semhed, That tha rales rovernist? the City Counoil last year ba and the same is hereby adopted for the succeeding year, un less otherwise ordered. PETITIONS. Cf several citizens, aakinr the re-appoint- ment ot John Ball as Inspector of beef, pork and fish. Filed. Of cititens, asking appointment of Peter Lavall as tender of the Willow street bridre. Filed. Of lumbermen and lumber dealers, askinc tha appointment ot Phineaa Bhepard as ljumDer inspector, jrned. Of Daniel Dunton, asking that he be ap pointed to the office of Weigher ef Hay. Filed. Communication from Chaa.H. Brown, de- firing to rent the ground at the foot of Huron street, at $100 per annum, or the price a committee of the Council may eonaider it worm, uaroorana rrnarves. , RESOLUTIONS. By Mr. Wellhouse, That John Ball be and is hereby appointed Inspector of beef, pork, and fish for the coming vear. Adopted. tsf Mr. Clair, -mat mines Baepard be appointed Inspector of lumber for the oom- ing year. Adopted. The Uouncil then proceeded to tha election of a Health Officer. W. II. Capener waa elected unanimously. it waa then moved and earned that the Council go into an election for the following officers. The names of the gentlemen at tached were unanimously elected : uity rnysician u. Wilson. Fire Warden Ed. Hart. Market Clerk H. C. Stewart. Harbor Master J. Kennedy. City Printer Plain Dealer. Infiimary fcup't C M. Smith. Civil Engineer C. D. Bishop. Columbus Bt. Bridge Tender W; Gossick. Center " " J.Meredith Main " " B.Fumall. Mr. Payne offered the following : Muolved, That the Cleveland Plain Dealer do the city printing for one year at the same rauw as it waa done last year. Adopted. For Janitor of the City Hall, Jamea Hani' ilton waa unanimously elected. Un motion, the eleetion of Cloik of Board of City Improvements was laid over to Tuesday evening, April 22L C. D. Bishop waa nominated for Sewerage Engineer for one year, at a salary of $550, and elected. The Council then adjourned to this even ing at 7X o'clock. LlBiilT AtFOCIXTIOI Aixuat. Mrtiho. 78 IT 80 s 18 28 64 18 The Annual Meeting of the Library A asoci al ion, for re-organisation, was held at the rooms of the Association last evening, the attendance being very good. The meeting was oalled te order by the Vice President, Alley n a Maynard, Mr. Wm. Case, the Presi dent being absent from illness. The annual report of the Board of Direc tors was read and accepted. The report of the Treasurer was then read and accepted. A motion for the election of omcers was then carried, and the ticket regularly noml nated was elected: For Preeident W. J. Boardman. For Vioe-Preaident A. G. Colwell. for Treasurer C. C. Carlton. For Corresponding Secretary B. F. Peix Un. For Recording (Secretary una. ear a m i.u T.t Tr.. f a L. C, Thayer, J. it- bargeant. On motion of Mr. Willey it waa voiced. That w learn with deep regret .rri .nrmw of the continued illness of our President, William Case, and that we as an Association, desire to exprsw vut rmr- nest hope for his early restoration. The meeting then adjourned, and attar mi intermission of a few minutes, the Associa tion waa called to order by tha newly elect ed President, and a vote of thank to the old Board of Directors was passed. A reso lution thanking the Librarian ior his labors during the past year waa offered and accept ed. The meeting then adjourned tint dU, A fresh supply of thee , beautiful map of the Mississippi are received at Baker', opposite Um Postoffloa. Call and secur ca before, it is tool. A Oorrtot'a Wilu James Simpson, eon victed in Hamilton county, May 1858, for having counterfeit Dana notes in hit poeses- t'ou, end sonlenned for five years to the Ohio Penitentiary, died Feb. 20. h, from the e fecta of a severe blow in tne abdomen by pieoe of timber thrown by a circular saw. On tha 22d day of February laat, Simpson made a will, of wnicn Jo tin A. Prentice, Esq., Warden, is appointed his sola Execu tor, and by which he bequeathed one half of hi worldly en ecu to trie Children's Aid Society, of Cleveland, said amount to be paid over to R. Watertoa, Esq., to be by him ex pended in such wsy as he shall drem beat to aid such Society in Its benevolent 'opera tions. The o'her half of his estate, supposed to be about ntty tioiisr, ns directed to be ex pended in the purchase of books for the Li brary of the Penitentisry, on condition that the iiegislature now in setsmn shall appro priate lor the aame purpose at least an equal amount. The testator directed that itev, Wsrron Jenkins, Chaplain, and J. J. Jan ney. E-q , then a Director of the Penitentia ry, shall tat e charge of this latter bequest for the purpose named ; but if the Legisla ture does nt appropriate a similar amount. ibra ne direct mat tne nr.y dollars intend ed for the purchase ot books shall be paid over to the Preeident of the Orphans' Home Society In this city for the support of orphan children. As an evidence of the confidence the testator had in Mr. Prenlioejha special ly direct that he shall not be required to give bonds for the performance of the trusts confided to him, and also requests that the omcers ot rrobateand any other persons who may hava official duties to perform in re cording and executing his will shall do so without charge, that the little pittance be- queatned, tne sole proceeds of hi own hard toil while confined, may be applied without diminution to the purpoaes mentioned. The following concluding paragraph from the will we give entire : "A nd to all persons who are in an v wav. directly or indirectly, engaged in the education or promoting the welfare of indigent or orphan children, I give this my dvicg exhortation and entreaty, to persevere in this good won ana labor of love, foi 1 know by bitter experience that the way of the trans gressor is hard, and am persuaded that the efforts to save children from the practice of vice ana to turn tncir ieei irom tne naunts ot wickedness are far more efficacious than any effort can possibly be to reform those who have already been steeped in iniquity: "And to my fellow-prisoner I would lift a warning voice, and most earnestly exhort them to turn their feet from the paths of sin. I have bequeathed to you a pittance of my bard earnings in token of my good will and earnest desire to do you good. I was a few days since in good health, and looked for ward to life and liberty; sow I look down into an open grave and beyond an endless future, with only a faint, flickering ho; e of at forgiveness for a lifeof iniquity. I pray you Sut not off the preparation for eternity to a ying bed." The following note is from the Soperin- Undent of the Children's Aid Society of Cleveland : The undersigned. In behalf of the poor and destitute little ones romem bared in the foregoing, will most reeieotfuUv tender his thanks te the Chaplain and Warden of tha Penitentiary, to Judge Al berry, and to tha publishers of the City Fact, for performing the necessary legal duties connected there with without B. WATERTON. ColurJma City Fact. Foolst ixt CinrnLL's. This fine troupe appear on Thursday and Friday evenings, at Brainard's Hall. t aa a Leslie' Zeitung for April 19th, and Waverly Magazine for this week, ar re ceived at Bakor's, opposite the Postofflce. in PiOToais roi rgi Millio. Ve hava just received ens thousand popular pictures of distinguished leaders and incidents in the war now being waged in defence of the Union. Only one dims each. " ., .' EVEREST & WILSON, Eucceesor to Hawks at Bro. V, C Regular meeting on Wednesday evening, 10th, at 1 o'clock, at which time election of officers for the ensuing year wU take place. apl5-Jt:S33 Teotlsaear ef Those who Try It. C..C. Ucmoi, Esq. Dear Sir After using your Tooth Paste for weeks, I do not hesitate to pronounoe it the very best known to me through thirty years experience. BAMUiii fiiUMts, Banker. Oberlin, March 29ih, 1862. Hudson' unrivalled Tooth Paste is free from acids, alkalies, or any other injurious substance. It whiten black and rusty teeth, remove tartar, purifies tha breath and heals sore gum. For (ale by Strong A Armstrong, J. H. A A. S. Gorham, K. C. Brewer, and. druggists generally. 8631w to A JTiw TBtxa axd Goop Tanro. Best Dan delion Coffee ia manufactured by P. J.; Fer ris, Ixoelsior ; Mill, Buffalo, IT. T. The Dandelion Coffee ia now considered the cheapest and most agreeable and healthy of ,11 the drinks now used for the "breakfast table." It is in flavor equal to "Old Java," but has less of the) narootio stimulating ef fects and costa foil two-thirds less. L. A. Gilbert, 132, Ontario Street, wholesale and retail agent for Cleveland. kp8 380 9Merchants in want of Hats, Caps and Straw Goods should not fail to call at 215 Superior street, Marble Block, where the latest and best styles can be bought yery low for cash. Palm Leaf Hat and Shaker Hoods by tho case or doxen. in to April 2. E. W. PECK, Successor to Fuller A Co. ' f& One hundred and seventy-five doees of Aconite, Bell, V ux, or any other Homos paihic Medicine, pure and fresh, (allowing ten pill to a dose) sent by mail in metallic covered bag, to person enclosing IS cent in stamps, or otherwise, to John B. Hall, M, D., Homeopathic Chemist, Cleveland, Ohio. Established 1840. Do you know how cheap you can buy Boots and Shoes for cash, at wholesale, at 112 Bank street f Please call and see before making your purchases. spl:5a - J. MASOtT, jaf For fresh Homowpathio Medicines in Pallet, Powder or Liquid, of any strength, call at Hall'a, II Public Square. aurS-BU BCSIifSSS KOTICJH. CASD TO THE LADIES. Golden Fills for Females. Infallible in Correcting, Regulating and Kemoving all Obstructions, from Whatever Cause, and always Successful as a Pre ventative. Isfalllbta la BelleTln(dtoaeand Irraaralarltv ot toe Mens Tbea fills ara nolhiD now.bnl liave peaa aiea or ine wwori ior uiaor rerra. 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SAUtKiUka, izm Dupanur wm; v. w. cLaBE, lit Superior street, and OblBUHH,L kH.ii .oor. ol Ontario arrest and tba Bo oars. bAvlBai Br Bandm SI uu to either ot ti&e above aaen' a thronsb tba "Cleveland Poet Oatca,"raa bave toa Pills aer,t to any part ol tba oountrr or olt i.ni.s.'tantlallT end "freed pos w ' fcrre ura mail K u. Looaoutforcounurlaiu. fcurnoGoldea um. ni nv kind uuieae every dot. la a rata s. u. lilsoi theretore, at joa vaioa your ilyoeanrl htaltb, (to imr aoth'Dt; of beica bnmbogedoot of your ar-ooey) bnreniy tnoaa wao abow ma siirnainre af S. D. ?. ' JI haa. wbicb haa ranntlr heea addnl Howe. All ihuvi. n iuiyj-iivu twi uumn, toVredWcta ewaoau the bore puk are aude ??.'!!!t aTeut. and tkey will Ull .on Uiai .aecoant o. ,-T7-iJr"iT .TT 'Zl kno' are aua will aariorEB an cwmeo ior tnata. auaana ""gr,, MUWJt. kola Proprietor, awartrxar Haw Iork. OUR SPECIAL WASHINGTON DISPATCHES. PATCHES. InterestiogtDebate upon Slye Catchlcz I NEWS FROf.1 YORKTOYN Cobb and Toombs In the Bebel Entrenchments ! COBB MADE A BEIG. GENERAL Wfcat President Lincoln said of Emancipation! $o freed Slaie shall ever be Ee-enslaTed Reports npon Contested Seats ! Capture cf some of Elenk er's Men! (Special Dispatcher to Cleveland Leader.) WASHINGTON, April 14. SLAVE CATCHING. Ia the Senate Wilson oalled up the reso lution inquiring whether further legislation ba necessary to enforce the anti-slave catch' leg article of war. Grime moved an amend' ment to the effect that inquiry should be ex tended to the question what additional meas ure are necessary to bring the war to speedy concljsion. Grimes made an excellent speech on the whale topic suggested, and commented npon nimerous device to evade the article o I war, referring to a recent or der of Gen. Hooker enabling nine slave holders to hunt throngh Sickle' camp for fugitives, which wag disobeyed amid the cheer of the soldier by Gen. Sickle; to the treatment of slaves of rebel officer in prison Columbus in contrast with that of pris oner in rebel band, and to the Missouri State Guard ia returning to masters, offi cer in the rebel army, I lares who had given valuable information leading te important arrest in spite of the protest of Iowa offi cer whom, they had served. He urged the Importance of the adoption of a uniform policy in the treatment of escaping slave and property on all ground, and of repealing Gen. Halleck's order No. 3, which had em bodied in public advertisement fatuity nd blindness. It was known in other depart ments that there wal never such opportuni ties tor learning about the enemy a we have and thrown away. Ha made an urgent appeal to the Government to use mean within it reach to suppress rebellion without regard to' prejudlcles, casta or color, or to the right of rebels ia property, and urged the garrisoning of fort on the Southern coast with soldiers of African descent under white omcers, to rt the lives of Northern soldiers the sickly season, and enumerated strong reason for this coarse, referring to their ex cellent service on ship board, to the fact that one of the best served guns on the Minnesota the taking of Hatlaras waa wholly manned by black that the whole boat crew, including coxswain, of the same ves sel, were black that they bad proved ex tremely useful to Commodore Dapont, never having deceived any officers of the fleet, and paid glowing tribute to those naval officers who bars never disgraced themselves by re turning fugitive slave. SENATOR HALE. Senator Hale has resigned the Chairman ship of Naval Affairs. He said he could not hold it with self respect He referred to nothicg occurring outside. REBELS LEAVING YORKTOWN. Mr. Harris, speaking for Confiscation bill, said that Gen. Magruder gave orders for all who wished to leave Torktown Peninsula do o on Wednesday last. Most of the resident took hi advice, thus leaving slave behind. COBB AND TOOMBS. Howell Cobb and Toombs are (aid to be tha rebel entrenchment. The Polka Colonel, ha resigned bis com mission in, the rebel ranks as Colonel of a Lousiana regiment, on account of an order evacuate Bhip Point, Howell Cobb is made Brigadier. WASHINGTON. April 14. EMANCIPATION. Th District Emancipation Bill was laid before the Senate at six o'clock this even ing. ... CONFIRMATIONS. The Senate la executive session confirm ed a large number of Quartermasters and other army effioers of inferior grade. Brig. Gen. G rover, from Maine, and Whipple, from Topographical Corps, were oonSrmed. WHAT TBI PBBSISBlIt AID. The precise words of th President at an interview with Committee of Freedman's Association, were ties : "I - mtirtlj tatqfitd that no tlat who btcoma for th timt frte vilhin American Urut will ever bt r M- tUcted. Bather (hat last it to, Tdpv4 vpatid abdicate my flact, and retirt to proofs life." GRIMES' SPEECH. In the course af Grime' speech he said he wasn't in favor of indiscriminate gen eral arming of black yet, but wonld do it if necessary to suppress rebellion. At the close of his speech soma of th sot crest and most conservative Bepublioan Senator expressed, privately, agreement with the general view taken. Th speech made a marked impression. HALE'S RESIGNATION. Mr. Hale resigned in consequence of a belief of intended slight by the presiding officer in appointing three members of the Naval Committee, but not himself, Chairman, on the Conference Committee touching naval appropriations, but, in truth, it was an acci dent. ' Probably bis resignation will not be accepted. THE TAX BILL. Th Finance Committee in the Senate read twenty-one sections of tha House Tax bill this morning, marking such passage a needed amendment for future nse. Nothing hat yet been dona by way of amendment. ' CONTENTED BEATS. Dawes of the House Election Committee, reported against contestant in the Nebraska contested case, and in favor of Daley, th present incumbent; also reported against the claim of Lowe, from California, as third member from that State, under the appor tionment law. - Tba Committee were unable to agree on the case of Dr. Begur, but reported it to th House to decide. - PERSONAL. Gen.! Perry leave town, for Edinburg and Bank1 amy, io-anarrow or next day, It 1 not deoided yet where, to send Gen. BeorJi. ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL. Arnold to-day moved to stipend th rul, and tak op the bill to enlarge th Illinois and Michigan CanaL Tea 56, nay 68, not two-third. Th frind of th bill feel encouraged by majority vote. CAPTURED. A squad of offioers of Blanker division were captured a few days ago near Manas sas and carried to Bichmond Ne aoi fir ms! ion of Blanker' capture. WASHINGTON, April 14. CONFIRMATIONS. H. Elbert, of Nebraska, was con firmed a Secretary of tbe Territory of Col orado, in place of Weld, resigned. A num ber of Now Yorkers were confirmed ss Con tois. OUR SPECIAL ISLAND NO. TEN DISPATCHES. FEOJI PITT8BUEQ LANDING. Interesting Incidents of the Eattle! THE REBEL COUNCIL OF WIRl Dad Condition of the Eoads! General n&lleck tt Wort. (Special Dispatches to Cleveland Leader.) CAIRO, April 14. LAYER FROM PITTSBURG. Auditor Duboia and Gen. Cook, of Spring field, left Plttaburg en Saturday by the mail packet Tan Patlin, and arrived her this morning. Gen. Cook is unwell, and ia going home to recruit hia health. From them, and others, we learn additional par- tioular. Gen. Holburt lost, out of 7,000 men, in killed, wounded and missing, 1983. He had a splendid army, choice troops, who fought like Turk. LL CoL Tupper, of De catur, waa killed ; CoL Jao. Da via, of For est, not dead ia at Paducah feel sure he will recover ; CoL Bane, fiOth Blinola, dan gerously wounded; Li. CoL Phillips, also wounded dangerously ; CoL Merely, slight ly wounded. When th Elinoi 11th were mustered on Monday morning, they oould bring but 45 men into the field ; th 9th Illinois, Palne's old regiment, mastered only 200 effeotive men ; CoL Fry's regiment were, th only Illinois boys that acted badly. They had never been ia action before. Th battle wa stayed on Sunday by the gunboat and heavy siege guns of Matteaon's and Silverspar's batteries and the arrival of part of Buell's forces. A council ot war was held by Beauregard and eleven of the principal Generals of tha rebel amy, before attacking at at Pittsburg. It successful, they would follow us and try to hold the Border States; if beaten, with draw to the Gulf Btate with all their forces. Vandorn waa not in tha fight. Our cavalry waa not very tfleetiv in fol lowing up the retreating rebel. They were hindered by underbrush. Bebel prisoners say Gen. Prentiss marched into Corinth in good order. Grant was at Savannah, eight miles below Pittsburg, when the battle opened, and did not arrive till ten o'clock. When informants left, Gen. Halleck was organizing the army as fast as possible, and preparing for the enemy ajd for every emer gency. ! CAIRO, April 14—9 P. M. following rebel officers participated in Beauregard' council of war: Breck inridge, Bragg, Floyd, Hardee, Cheatam and the Johnstons, Sydney, Bushrod and the Kentucky Provisional Governor. The roads are now impassable from heavy rains. Gen. Hurlbut disoovsrsd one of Matte- son's 64-pound howitters abandoned, and oalled on a man near to work it. He did so, and sighted and fired it 65 times, mow ing the enemy terribly every fire. The man was Dr. Cowing, of St. Louis, a sur geon, an expert in artillery practice. Gen. Hurlbut thought him aa old artillery offi cer. A Federal wounded and captured in our tent Sunday, and afterward left behind when the rebels retreated, report Beaure gard making a strong speech Sunday night to hi officer and men. He assured them that they would make easy prey of us on Monday ; exhorted them to be brave, cool, and self-possessed ; bid them injure nothing they bad taken as booty, for it would all be needed in the rapid marches they were about making in pursuit of the Federals who might escape. Sebels taken prisoners on Monday confirm this statement Brig. Gen. Johnson, the rebel Provost Governor of Kentucky, was killed. Hi body ia at Paducah. Different account agree in making the rebel force at Corinth at from 75,000 to 130,000. It i supposed 65,000 to 70,000 were in the action. The Hiawatha brought down 280 wound' ed lo Mound City to-d ly noon. An ade quate supply of transports were lying at Pittsburg five with wounded rebels reaJy te come down. The Cincinnati Sanitary Commission did noblv in relieving the wounded. So did those of SL Louis. Orders were found on A. 8. Johnston from Jeff Davis to press on attack Grant on Wednesday, for Buell would join him there on Thursday. Bogus Gov. Johnson, of Kentucky, said he did not want to lira, a : th Confederacy was ruined. He did not want to see it. Gen. Boggle was killed. Bushrod John- ton also reported dead. COAL G!L AND U".?S. O 1L! Oils!! OIL!!! t7. C Sco&eld & Co-, rnavavtor ot tba Largest " ar i ! l- BY In the Waatera txxutto, have IhaS dar raduoaa their tn-lcea oa tnair rt K Rfcf tHTNR AND HAKBON OILS Th a nail tv shall ba aa aaratstm -tbw vary BBsT warrantad. aw-OaU aaal examine aamalaa. or a4 feai loth Obiat Wisnasr On. Worn Omca-HS St. Clair Street, raar of AngierHf0. I AMPS! LAJtPSI! LAMPS!! AL OIU LAMPS, ambratcrag eararal saw style T k mmA-m .kl. Am . BM ..111 I III. i ..u.b I nMmtr tor mmlm at aalaaala oa. ly.at rioa aanco Mow tha a area of any oiaar Hawnmoriiaawiuifc . . ...... Jaaoarv 7 IKL i. BAnBlB. amiysatllaVI i1 7 gNYELOPES! ENVELOPES 3na.c:a exvelcpes cf ail sixes. dnAiJTi aa aid ooiaosa yob bais TELEGRAPHIC REBEL COUNCIL OF WAR AT PITTSBURGH! Tee Polley Determined Upon, A CESPERJTE STAltD LI THE GULF STATES 1 A Newspaper Kan Captured! HIS ESCAPE AND STATE5IEST Capture ofPrlzcj catSeSoah ern Coast. IRQ.! CUD ECUS FC3 THE WESTEPul WATERS I The War in the Southwest! THE H0YE3IENTS OF THE PEA EIDGE EES ELS. trca Mitchell's Cclamn! Lailroads In bis Possession. last IZigM Bepert FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, April 16. tn-ri.v im .... . firmed the appointment ot a large number of paymasters, aw lata at eommiuurli-a nH nurtr. masters of Volunteers and also the fbllowinr Capt CnTier Grorer, of the 10th Jnfknrrr and A.. A. Whipple ef Uie Corps at 1 opofrra'phieai Lngineer, to be Briaradier Generals or rolun i. Clark McDermotof Ohio. Brigade Sur geon. Major W. K. Palmer, ol the Coi tw oi Tv- rographical Engineers, to be Colonel. Captain rauklin D. Callender of the ivJ...r, meat. Major by brevet, for faithful and merito nooj sarvioes in hit deoartment. r.r.t.in ealls, Ajoistant tiaanj-rmaater. for nttrfnrrnin. 3.iof Is years, to be Major. Samuel H. lhot r neuratKB, to oe oeretaxy for Colorado Ter- tiurj.Tica weea, reamed. John Loree, In i an Agent for the Indian, f th. 1'nn.r cm.. Geo. F. Seward of K York ri,.i .i A board appointed bv tha V.- rinxrtn to eitmme Uie plant and tpeoifica tions for boats for U.e Western waVra .n.,.r ,n . .f rAnn... dors Jamea Smith, Chief of the Bureau of Docks and Yams; John Irfntel. Chief of th Bureau of Construction ; B. P. Sherwood, Engineer ia chief -Edward Halt, Karal Constructor, and uaniei j. Martin, Engineer la the U. 8. N., hare recommended that contracts be made with tee following parties: Tomlinsoa tt II art. pee of Pittsburgh, for two iroe clad vesssels ; Brown k McCord. St, Louis, three wooden vessels- Geo. C.. Bestor. Cairo, one wooden vessel : James B Esde, of Bt. Louis, two iron vessels. The aggre gate cost of the eight vessels will be l,fc! 500 Commodore Dupont report to the department, under aate of April Srh, that the schooner JnHa xnien, i-yaia ana Mary were captured in Cape Kowan, pauage becween Santa Fa aaei ( harim. ton. The first was eaDtnrMi on th. '7-rh .n1 th. second oa the 28th ult., by the U 8. vessel Rest less. Their cargoes were nee and corn nw. l He also retorta the .hin tm.i. in.. A Charleston, from Calcutta, waa captured on the lsthulL.byth blockadingsqnadron, while steer ing direct for Charleston hirhnr H. eonsisted of 2173 bales of gunny eloth. Com aodura Golds boro sent her to Philadelphia for adjudication Tbe tDgilHh sIood Covnel of X..n W T was captured by the Susquehanna, Capt Lard ner, on the morning of the 3d. abont two miles from Charleston bar. She had a cargo suitable for and in great demand la a Southern port, Capt Lardner sent her to Philadelphia for adju dication. Another schooner m m. v. .v.- k. ading veasei. oo SuUivan's Island, where sh rei mains a wreck. Ihe followinr dlnatch h.. .f. v.. the Secretary of War dated AasliviUe, Ienn. 14in : On Saturday morn in a twn vfuu4iHm. w ?a,.1..fo, Huntsville en the cars, one ander Col. Sill Of th. (ll,i., ... o. . .i.. junction of the Chattanooga with the MemDhis and Charleston Eailroad, which point Uwy seized. SOOO of the enemy retreating without fir ing a shot Col. 8iil captured fire locomotives and a large amonut of rolling stock. Auorher expedition under Col. Turchin of the 19th Illinois, went west and arrived at Decatur in time to save the Railroad bridge which was in name. Gen, Mitchell now hnM. ion mil., nf th. sr .Ty phis and Charleston Kaiiroad. FROM PHILADELPHIA. PHILADELPHIA, April 14. was h.n, th;. mT.. , from the Secretary of the Treasury directing the Collector of the port to clear no vessel with An thracite coal for foreign ports or home ports Month of Delaware Bay until otherwise ordered. Jhis dispatch being miecoiutraed on tbe first re port caused quite an excitement in tha Stock Board it beina anoDOsed in .nnlw tn .11 - and exciting fears that the Merrlmae had got ont. From certain facts that have transpired the vf.uc. hihjwkuhj oe b precautionary measure oa the part of ths Government to prevent the rebels from receiving supplies of coal from Ha vana shipped from northern ports in barrel. FROM KANSAS. DENVER CITY, via JULESBURG. April 9. rrom New na. iro HilM th.t on th 2th Col. Slough with thirteen hundred men reached A pacbee Pass. His sdvsnoe, consisting ofihree companies of earalry, had an engage ment, some distance beyot d this, with two hun dred and fifty rebel cavalry, fating fty-ven liriauuers. i ne e euenu loes was four killed and eleven wounded. At Pigeons Kanche. fifteen mile from Santa Fe, on the 28th, Col. Slough met tot e of eleven hundred Texans strongiy posted at the month. A cannon fight began about noon. Col. Sloueh engaged them in from with sevn companies, wane Major Chivington wi'b four eompaniea at tacked them in the rear. Thia latter force sne- eeedad in driving the rebel guard away Irom their supply train, which was captured and burn ed. They also captured one cannon and spiked it. Th fight continued desperately until four 'Clock, when it ceased bv mutntl eonenr. V.n Slough withdrew his forces to a creek four mile distant The Federal loaa is three officers, twen- ty private killed, and forty or fifty wounded. A.eoei ioas not snown. Communication between Slonsrh and Canbv is continually kept ap. FROM CHICAGO. CHICAGO, April 14. to th Journal from Cairo. ay that Beauregard called a council of war of an tea oast reoel uenerals. before tne ostrie ot Pittsburg Landing. There were present Pillow. Floyd, Breckinridge, Hardee, Bragg. Cheatham, Sid. Johnston. Bunbrod Johnston, the rebel pro visional Governor ef rlentuck. and a few ether gentlemen. Following the policy flxed on, if tney oeat a tney would louow up ana anv ns North as far as poasiLL. It beaten, they would withdraw their lore from the Border Statea, and make a desperate stand In the Gulf States. v aa Dorn aid not reach cortnm uii tne agni wa over- It is bow believed by persons latest from Pitts burg, that the rebel lorces in action were aoout a&.ooe. Th ta Illioois regtment could count but 200 elective men on Mondap morning the 11th Illi nois but aft : um uin lowa out u men. Gentletnea from Pittsburg report the wounded well provided for ia transports and barracks. AO osxtie expecrrea ior some any, neavy rains bar atade to road impassable for anil lery and army wagon. FROM MISSOURI. HOUSTON, Mo., April 9. Cnrrearjondenoe of kf iasonri Demoorat : Tha whole Confederal fore engaged la th late Pea Kidg battie have gone Eaet. down th Arkansas Hirer. A little over a week ago they passed throngh Clarksviile, si sty miles east of V an Buren . At that piaoa two tnowaand eavairy were said to have taken th road North towards Hnatsville. It was impossible to learn he desti nation of these troop, but it is most probable some point on the Mississippi Siver or Jack -ton- port. Ant it at reportea mat uie re Deis at roca honta have orders, on the appearance ef a Fed asral fore, to retreat to Jacksonport Price and the Missouri otai iiiurt war lrt Taa Buren. Col. Wood, at thi puce, it Kept very Duty watching th tnemy, aaa seeping meat pack in A rssnsas una week ago Coleman and McFsrlsnd guar reled and te pirated, not agreeing In policv ; tut it la mow aseenea mat uea. ssconaa naa seeded in combining all his force. He haa baea ..nromeal bv six nvndred men rrom roianwntas, and intsnds a raid from there to Holla ; bui ha wiM And tne Union troopa ready to receive him Vt a hav almost aany cosumuDicaiion aaa iw tnrnaiicB from the rebel camp. Last week they bad a "grand an inter," tha whole country turn- ing out, and oniy tore taca voianoiexea. FROM ST. LOUIS. ST. LOUIS, April 14. Tha aSeamer January arrived at our wharf last evening with several hundred of onr sick and wounded (front Pittsburg Landing. Capt Bart lett, of the January, reports tha Minnehaha, la Hn.d with wounded, haa roue np tii Ohio.-. Th City of Memphis landed 1 000 wounded at Mound City. Among th wounded Is Capt As Cocp, of thetrm Indian, who say there isb doubt of tha death of Gee. Bragg in Monday h, ii that of Johnson, aw called. Provi sional Gtrvernor of Kentucky. He died aa he ly Within SIX I UI iyy ran tarn B ihe' whole rebel army ia the battle wuI3 regiments, about Tft otsi men. These facts are taken from a Brigade Quartermaster named vi nv trmalt. who was taken prisoner. Our total kill ad and wonnded is now estimated ''Gen Wallace, cf Illinois, nt last accounts, was still living with slight hope of hi recovery The steamer Woodford arrived her last night with ahoat 803 pr.toners from Pittsburg. r 1 1 xp. ST. LOUIS, April 14. FOREIGN NEWS. PORTLAND, April 14. The ltarwegtaa arriretl to uifht wnh Liver pool date of ihe d and Loadonderry 4th. Tha brigs Adelaide And Mary Wright both ar rival at Liverpool on the ad, having run Uie blockade at Charleston. Ib.y left there March Ad. Thay brongs. jointly about la bajes of cotton, 2,000 boiee tobacco, and soma rosin. They left Charleston with the bark Etc ara and four schooners, ail lades with eottoa and rosin. They repoat the sunken alone fleet as tut break ing ap, and Charleston harbor tliled with tne ' floating timber. Charleston and Savannah torn ' weli tortiued, witr Gen. Lea in command. The qaastioa of iron batteries continued to attract great attention in England. Bentwirk gave Botie te the Horse of Commons that ha - snonld mov it was inexpedient to proceed wta tort I fictions, and govemment t empowered to apply the money instead to the eonstractioa of iron shea theat veaaei. - - ' 1 a Tiaaaa eava it ia adMrnol that ardent have been given to ail duck yard to suspend . work on wooden ships. The Morning Post ealls attention to the Im provement America I soaking ia oadnano ; to r weight af shot thrown by th Monitor being . nearly doable any need on board Britwh ships. BreadaturTa dnll .nrf - Ki . A ... Ing.Sd lower. Wheat imgnlsT. ln2sl lower. Cora tending down. R..r Pnrk ehangea. l-a(a-L-rrerpool 4th Finn. .wi atead 'n adebauged; eora flrmer. Provision -qniel Dot steady. American securities dull but steady ana unchanged. It is supposed that Engfand withdraw from the Mexican expeojrtoae, bat there n rapture between Ihe allies. Toe chief part ol ihe .in.. dition is bow taken by th French, ispoieon wrote to Admiral La Graviar dtsaottrovm.- h,. conduct . Smm' ih Paris Patria hellen. Trun .nH ;. intend aigning a new treaty regulation joint oc tuia in Mexico. 1 aa London Time ntdi.?ta lmn.vf.nl vMt. in Italy and Greece. It is stated new of the surrender of JTiopiia 1 anfoaadad. Th eitidei will hold out naomh oogr. Tn City of Baltimore, which left Cinntt,.. on tb d. brings the following news: TbST Was a doubtful nn..rt th.t iliM. hn.t. at Liverpool, and armed with twearv Blrieiy one haadred pounder, had gos to Gibraiterte eneounter tbe Tuscanm. I ttt House of Commons attention was call ed to the fight betweea th Moaitor and M.irt- ' mac. I he speakers generally opposed ittrther . txoenditura for fortification. Lord Paget thOS-ht Ihrta woald naintaia rh.t. - superiority, and that guaa oouid b made to crush thsxe vesaeis. ewspapeTS are filled with it 1 he 1 ime show something of a pani ea the subject, urging that sot a day ahoald be lost. ittuaeli t lat letter is snarp on the want of txnadano of th American armies tn their leader. , CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, April 14. SENATE. Mr. Wilson called up the resolution of inquiry if further legislation is necessary to enforce the articles of war for preventing ihe reclamation af slaves from within the line of the enemy. Mr. Grioses at aome length reviewed the ta stancea lately occurring in Gen. Hooker division, showing itaat edbrta had been made by slave owners to reclaim their slaves Willi i a the line, with the knowledge of the oommandiBg othcer that slaves were taken at Fort Donelson and car ried to Columbus, and were forced to do menial service uader military law to rebel mater. ihs establishing a system of slavery in Ore Stat. He eitediimilar instances in Iowa and Illinois and h though It high time that Congress shoo id" adopt soma legislation in regard to ihaa matter. Then was as many different systems as there was miltary departments. Some slaves were flojge-i and returned, others called contraband and admit tad within the lines, and others dvo-1 bibited from entenug the lines, as in the oeiebra ted order So. t of Gen. Halleck, which otittht to oe at ubc oonntermanoea and lorever erased, in obedience to the popular feeling. U thought that great amounts ol information could be ob tained from these people, coming as they do from the enemy's hnea if they were properly availed of The Northwest woald not submit to any temporary or compromising poiicy sow.. They had satfered too much already, and they demanded that this rebellion should be crushed out Th fort of the aouth Atlantic were ye to he oaptwred. and most be held for years to come. How should they be garrisoaad when recaptured He would answer that ha was ia favor of guns . oning them wholly or in part, by soldiers of Af rican descent , to be commanded by white officers. Our troops would wither under the enervating ciimst of the Gulf States ; therefore this roens- ure was one of humanity, saving many valuable lives. He had no doubt of its etctnencv. for con- trabanda had worked the guns of the Minnesota ' at hat terms. He was thankful that bo one in tne ; Navv had followed the disgraceful example of the officers ot the army, of issuing proclamrticn in regard to slavery, and had returned so slaves. He argued that the rebel were u.-ing by thou sand the slaves at Torktown ia throwing ap ior- -tificatioua. Why should we not ase them in put ting dowa th rebellion f ,. Th confiscation bill was then taken no. Prior ' -to its consideration Mr. Hale reeigaed'as chair man of the Naval Committee, and ia order that -. no misapprehension might occur, he stated that be waa Influenced by no cans outside of th Senate. . , . Mr. Harris finished his speech on the confisca tion bill. After which the Senate went into ex- : ecutire session. Adjourned. --t aa ? .-r:;.j -'? si f 4 ! T zris o HOUSE. Mr. Kelly asked leave to present a petition 700 feet long, signed, he said, by 16 0O0 lariteaef one Slavs and eleven free States, asking for tbe ex tinction of slavery. Objection was made to it open presentation and It was referred. Mr. Cor, of Ohio, presented the resolution of ' the Legislature of Ohio, in favor of such aa amendment to- the tax bill as may permit tbe- Statea to collect tne same within their respective limirs, and determiji the compensation of the ' officer employed. . ; Mr. Cox said that these resolutions came too ' ' late, perhaps, for their proper influence with this House. The bill is before the Senate, but it hoped that that body will so modify a to make it mora jastand equal upon di Seven', localities and interests, and so change the machinery of its , collection that it may be, if possible, remitted to i the States who shall have the priralege of col lecting the aama and of determining in a officer and their compensation. ... Sue, ss the unanimous wish of tbe Leynisttrve- ' and people of Ohio, ihe Legislature, in pass ing these resolutions, was actuated by the purest patriotism wan no otner idea than te hava this- -war-tax levied and collected fairly and econonr- ' trally. U the bill is thus modified, t It vot of-- unio nera ior it win p macn greater, a aait. Mr. w oite, oi ina , ireat the Committee on ' ' Foreign Affairs, mad a reoort. afkin ta be eta- charged from further sonsidecation cf petitions ,n from oitixens of Northern Its Tork and Michi- gan, praying for th adoption cf measures to cause the speedy abrogation of the reeiptweity treaty with Gnat Britain Mr. Price Introduced a resolution, calling on -th Dsn tary of War. it not inconsistent with ' the public Interests, to communiaate any offlcaal in forma uon h may hava relative to the report- -ed entry by United States troops from kansas in to Misrouri during the last four months, and th . forcible carrying away of slaves, mults, horses. J ae . to the amount ot hnadrad of thousands of dollars, a well a the destruction of dwelltntra tad rarm houses of peaceful citizens ; whether the said property has keen aoconnted for, and if .1 confiscated, under what process. Ac. Mr. Conning moved to lay it on th table USI.1 d S3 to L T h reoiatuts was tsf rred to tha Csmrait.ee or. Mtti'ary Asairs. The Baakrvpt bill was taken ap and ttoetponed till December. Mr. Blair, or no., re ported a bill rorrn eoa ttmetion of a ship canal from tha Mississippi Biver to Lake Michigan. . . Adjourned. t .4; FROM BALTIMORE. BALTIMORE, April 14. The C ailed States steamer Hercuies, Thomas 3. Pufiraa Xlent Commanding, reached this port this morning, having iwtia her the schooner Pride, previously noticed a being captured, and th alcop Wren ant Velma. both of Great Wi- r oomicio. Western shore ot Virginia, also prliee. On board th Velma were fiive paesengert irom Rtchmond, oneot tam a feaptaia tn tha reoet army. On searching the veaaei there wa foaad -. a large man containing aoont icuo letter, a tan her which were addressed to persons m Baltimore and a large number to persona ia vanooe parts of the smT ox saaryiana. trnsearoning tne crew there wa also found two thousand doilare ia old Virginia notes. Velma had sometime previously heea cleared from this port for Pocomoco Sotind with a cargo oonsstuflg ot provistoos ot vanou . kiads. thi cargo instead of being dischard in a Maryland port was taken over to Great Wy eomieo Siver and there discharged within the boundaries of V uginia. The sloop in ballast was 'otnping back to get a new cargo. The rebel Captain previous to being captured burnt bis commission th rajnnsnts of wt.f-fi bs ng ioasd among th sake he acknowledged, th fact, and also that he tad Uacn engaged in th battle of Muss. j THE PITTSBURG BATTLE. NEW YORK, April 14. Aeorrespondentof the after being eaptared bv the rebels t Pittsburg Liadiag tad altarward escaped, has arrived at Canco. Haesaieaour loss at lour thousand kul- , ed ani twelve thoessuad wounded, loe tatu lasted thirteen boars and a half on Suaday aad eight hours ob MoBday. We eaptor-d a:l but two or thre of their esnnon, Including the ia- Washlngion iw" ..w vtmom. FROM CALIFORNIA. SAN FRANCISCO, April 10. Sidney X. Stanley will leave here by steamer oat th Slst, to asam tbedntieaol Military Gov. ersor of Aorta Carolina. Tha pecpie of San , Francisco, who have long known him, oon.ioer him to best tnan that eould bave been setened ; to bring North Carolina back to her ail?g;aDce, - The Legislature has passed an act levying a tax of thirty dollars each per year on all Chin in the State, a well on lahorer as those worktsg ia hei w.a. wsixtoa i , i .J- a. villa -a. .OXK! COKE!! COKE! ! " y H. WALLAOA uaHa4liliwwrargtOJS.J hosn tn arare Thu ost?tilb stsip vtns oo.tiu AU !.. . 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