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' PLAlIX SILKS IN ALL C0L0R3. SEEDED BILK3 IK ALL COLORS RICH BLACK SILKS. . 230 Saperttr Sareet, OonMi BeMMi n. t. nowEK&co. C. C. BRICCS, lev Liver j nd Boatdlnj bUUe, NO. 53 CEAMPLUK 8TBEET, jne5 CLEVELAND, OHIO. DISSOLU HO V THE PABTJTER bBIP Mlhrto nl.tlil attoi B. K. JoUti'ON k L.D' ID lal-OSS -aa dia al.-d ob ib. ad fay f Jana mrt. T"a boaiu.aa of tha J HK8 uM HuU&B niil be oondooied now by u. DeLoDg k Son. LUCIUS tll-OHO, riT.latid, June 8th, 1P65. jant Orr'C. or Witu Woiu, CLtriLaao, Obij, Jane let iti -J0T1CE TO WA'lEB-TAKEBfi All w.t r a ( .re bow do, and pa ahla at the office of taa Trateea of Water otaa, (Council IlaU tmilding. Boom t.) J0SH H"OB, JnaS:!17 n t and laainrer H ATS A N D C A P sT STRAW GOODS, Hats, Caps, &c. THE LAST CALL. The Etock af tha above Ooodi in our RETAIL IIPABTMENI MUST BE CLOSED OUT! WITHI5 TBS . ' NEXT 60 DAYS. S. A. FULLER & CO., 215 Snperior'Street, jnnl - MABBLB BtOCK. Spring Styles of d HATS, CAPS, STRAW GOODS, tic L. Benedict & Sons Bare a large eaeortment of ad tba iataat itylea, which they oner at aha i.weet aaarket ratea, wuoia aaie and retail, at Ml Mamerlanr wtreet. March SO. OPBIKQ STYLES HATS AMD CAPS. Wa are now Introducing our EPRTNQ BTTLXS Of BATS, Including TME GRANT EAT, TMB SHERMAN EAT, TUB SHERIDAN EAT, THE DERBY EAT, And a epland'd aawrtnient af Men'a and finye' Soft Hat. aed Cape. Al a aloe Hue of fllAiV lor Sprlaii and feaaimar wear, U. FUTTfl 00., DRUCS & MEDICINES. HWiS AMI M.ED1U1S i TJELi aUaaUoa af fkyalaaaa and alCperasna walk. Psre ted Belittle Kedlelnet raapeotrnllf apUclted to my atook, wBiokoompil amaoMBpena aaBCrrtment af anrytting pertain "THE DRUQ TRADE. aid at pnoea P fnmra aattofaotton to tba pnrohaaat Pavrax in ttaai 'iL Imauum, Tnarn, oi f ubOAjrmp Holm ams ToxoajiiajiRt. ai the aueat and moat Perramcrr and rinci Articles ta gnat variety. Aiao a atook e latlUUcUl (as analtty) eeoond to bod. tn marftaa. Agent for DAY'S dPLISTH, tha moat 0 aat of eollnta arar offered to the Profaeaf oa. try Phyalolans are panhmlerry (anted to an exam tnattoa of my atook, and "111 find It So their aantaze ta Stnr me ens taerr oners. iJnS o W. CLARK, lit Bapertc-et. 1-0 3 CUKE FOB CONSUMITION. Tbia oelenrat d ad rDarcab:e medietae or alebjcai.CHlLLbKO HK8, Ijs bate rwatrret (kneoaiptiTe pataenia mrm raii mate trial of this acmedy, H 1' does not pro tbe motey will be retnreed. - my'ft cnOZODOST IfOH THE TJIETH OaTort-eby r ,y nJjia 08CB7HI1.L BROTHER TTKMB0LDS EXTHACr BUCHU 1 1 For sale by 1-llliautLUii.a Bit )iHk, 1H fjntarteatreat, .i u., i mm. a eiMBla;,e' i-hj .M -ffr958SSg!58El IgSAH." !JgJtgBLiitllja it.,.:. ...a -- .-Tr-T- ' - m-.-. n .t. ' ' " , . : : -' : '. t - it ri ' . -. . - - MONDAY, JUNE 5. .-.' i .jo : . 1865. I Ctrl :. i - 9 w .).; ; -iff ,; -; -. . - voL.xrxNO. m The Latest News. BY TELEGRAPH. LAST NIGHT'S REPORT. NEWS FROM CHARLESTON. Governor Magrath Arrested for Treason. WADE HAMPTON ESCAPED. GEN. SHERMAN IN NEW YORK. Amnesty Proclamation in Richmond. BOARD OF VISITORS AT WEST POINT. GRANT, SHERMAN AND STANTON TO BE THERE LATE FROM NEW ORLEANS Surrender of Kirby Smith. He Has Lately Been Very Sick. FOREIGN NEWS. France Dissatisfied with Enlistments for the Mexican Army. Residence for General Lee in London. MUSTERING OUT TROOPS Congratulatory Order from General Grant. GENERAL NEWS ITEMS. FROM COLUMBUS. [Special to the Cleveland LEADER.] COLUMBUS, June 4. Tub delay in tha homeward movement of the Western troops to be mastered oat, is occasioned by the difficulty of getting transportation. The veterans belonging to Sherman's army axe to De retained in the service, but the troops to be muttered out will arrive in a diy or two. The 105ih Ohio Veteran Infantry left Washington yesterday, and Battery H, to-day. They will be mustered out at Camp Cleveland. The 2d Heavy Artillery have eltcted del egates to the Slate Convention favorable to the re nomination of Governor Brough. They voted their preference as f jllows : For Brough, 488 ; for General Bchonck, 257; for General Cox, 236; for General Sieadman, 228. The result was not in ac cordance with the wishes of the Colonel of the regiment, but the men would have their own way. Associated Press Report. FROM CHARLESTON. NEW YORK, June. 4. The Herald's Charleston correspondent y,: . . . Uovernor Mertn was arrestea at uo- lnmbia on the 27ih ult. for high treason. He was taken to Hilton Head and will soon basest forth for trial. Hi surrendered himself quietly to Lieutenant Beck, who was sent to arrest him. Wade Hampton has escaped, and his whereabouts are unknown. Before the ar rmt of Magrath he icaued a proclamation suspending his own functions as Executive of tiutte, stating that the war was over, and it was the duty of the people to forbear oppositisn, which was hopeless, and recon cile themselves to that submission which the Government of the United States can impose and they cannot resist. He urges tnm to resume peaceful pursuits, and says be is reiay to meet me cnarges against bud. at any time and place. Columbia is garrisoneu uy vne ow vnio regiment. Citizens were taking vne cam or aueei- ance is crowds. Other towns in the interior of the State have been property garrisoned. Secretary Welles, runimasier uenerai Oennitton and party have visited Charles ton and Savannah In the Santiago JJ Cuba. A laree number of Admiral Dahleren vessels will shortly be sent North. FROM NEW ORLEANS. NEW YORK, June 4. Advices from New Orleans eive the de tails of the surrender of E-irby Smith's forces, but the main facts bave already been stated. Tne report says sorre oi vne rebel Generals had naked permission of General Canby to be allowed to take 20,- 000 of their troops across tbe Jio tjranae into Mexico, to aid Juarta. The rebel Generals were very anxions to obtain per mission to chip cotton enough to psy tfleir troops, but vbe scheme fell tfirouga. ine reoei trenersi xnoo dh go Galveston on the transport Clinton, ana Generals Buckner and Bret returned to Alexandria, accompanied by General Her ron, who will arrange for the occupation, of tbe country by Union armies. General Bailey sexpeaiuon irom jioouo had a: rived at Baton Bouee, and were re ceived by the people along the whole line of marcn with enthusiasm. No armed hoditai of men were seen except a lew onarrillas. a T3utv of whom daehed into ' T.' .',:!: 1 t nnr linaa at n.ion. JLUtsusiDliu auua imjo u. our men and escaped, though the ci titans co-operated with our troopt in the attempt to cavca tnein. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, June. 4. E8 ai ad la The Board of Visitors invited, by the Secretary of War to examine the cadets ot West Jnnt. nas arrrvea vnere. xt is ex pected Generals Grant and Sherman and Secretary Stanton will be present. General rjberman was entertained at dinner by the Union Club yesterday, and whs treated to a reception dv vne union League Club in tbe evening. He made ospeecnes, ouv vney couiuieu suuiiug of interest. He leaves for vne West in tne morning, stopping, perhaps, at Wesirolnt on the touve. , "Washington specials state Itnat Ueneral Thomas will not vake command of the De- nartmmt of Virzinia, President Jonnson ' . . . i l A r . k. in View 01 DM VBOrougu auoawugem wo neoDle of the Southwest, having determined to aasicm him to the wcuk of reorganiza tion vhere. His headquarUrt will beat Nashville. Dr. ILackev has bean appointed collector of Charleston as an acknowledgement of his steadfast Union course during tbe re- hAllion. Thirteen thousand five hundred troopt are to be mustered out in the 5th Corps alone, which will leave it about 240O0 strrns Gun. Thomas reviewed his old corps, the 14tb. on Saturday. He was enthuaiawtio- ally greeted. - ' FROM MOBILE. NEW YORK. June. 4. A liobile letter of the 25in gives some details ot the explosion. . Tfaw buildings from St. Xiouls street - including Water, Commerce add Front streets, were entirely demolished, - -Water street for a consider able diitaaoe, ahared the aaxae fate. FOREIGN NEWS. NEW YORK, June. 4. The gteimer Pennsylvania,- which )fl Liverpool early on the morLing of tbe 23d, and Queenstown on the 24th, arrived here to-night, j ; ;- Ketni of tbe itexican emigration schemes in the United States, attract at-' tmtion. ' " ' ' ' The Daily New) remarks that if John son inttnded to gfve France cause "to de Clare war he would t not ba TJtsbanding armies and selling sbipi. . It .is probable, however, that the vhaone . of Maxim ban may be endangered py the .heip .wnijh Juarez may get from the American people in ways wnicn will give Napoleuo no right to remonstrate with Johnson. ' The Mornipg Post says that 'reliable in formation leads to the imp res ton that, to far as Johnson ia concerned, he has no intention ot interferug either in Mexico. or wtat ia more important, in Canada. : A characterutio letter from Usnbaldi is publianed, earnestly hoping iur friendship between JSng.auo ana America. H'lifKl'I fiat lfsuea an eieciioneenrg manifesto lwr conservatives. Ia extension of the franahise he goes for tbe admistion of the bestot all classes. It is stated that the French Govern ment has revoked the -measure limiting twenty-four hours stay of American ves sels in French .pjrta. La Patrie.has retton to believe that the attention of the French Government it occupied with' the news of clandestine en rolments ia American uiisaii) necessary rill adopt anergetic measures agamai American enlutCKBts. "Admiral Deaelatt will leve Brest in tbe frigMfl Tteuns with iuitructions on the tu' j- ct as sxin us Ha- poieon returns, about the end of May. . xao.Wia oi Australian goto naa arnveu in England. ,,.......:,. . The French- Government is much dis pleased with Prkoa Xaptleon's speech at Asacco. - . ! ? ' ' LiviaPOOL, ilay ,23--A. it. -Cotton yes terday, active. Prices Jl per lb higner, and in some instances Ad for American. Sales of the day 30,000 bales, one half for export and speculation. The market tends upward in prices. - - Xlo regular uorn Aiarse since vne jrer- sia sailed, but tul arliolet steady at last weeks prices. Ho change m beef, pork or Dacon. -Lard continue firm, and quotations ad vance to tls tor fine. ' gugar steady. , . ' " , . - . Coffee inactive. ' Kioe unchanged. . ' Petroleum unchanged.: Lou don, May 23. BreadstuiTi dull, but wheat firm, at last walk's rates. Sugar fully as dear. : ; i , ,, (JoOee nrm and in lair aemina ,; . . Te very nrm. . ... ' Funds continued dull, but consols on the 22d were steady at 90l90. In the dis count market theie wae no change to no tice. ' American securitite-Clonng rates on tba 22d were," 6 20 s at 66o6; Jllinois Central 7J75; Erie 61(g,5i... . LATEST. Livbbpooi.' Mav 21 It' is stated that tome of the French Ministers threaten to resign unless all of the French troopt with draw from Mexioo." Cotton sales oi yesterday were zu.vuu baler, and to-day the same amount. Spec ulators and exporters took each day about 8,000. Market buoyant, and ls high- , Maacfieeter markev aavanuing. -Flour quiet and steady. . ' ' " ' Wheavflat, v ',.'" Corn quiet, and 3d lower. ' Mixei 29s 299d.- i r r i - "i . - Market closet steady but ' quiet, except corn, whiah it e.tier. ' Beet dulL Pork quiet and steady. Lard firm. Tallow quiet. Market closes dull . Suitar steady. . Ccffae firm. Petroleum quiet' ani steady. Market closet quiet ana steady. LATEST. FROM CAIRO. CAIRO, June 4. The steamer Silver Moon, from Mera- phat for Cincinnati, patsoi up last with 3S0 uaitse vi vv.w - - - - Middling 2829c, Stria Midiling 3 1 (2,32c, Good 34c- Judee YeTeer, Judge Sharkey and Hon. Jonas Hamilton arrived here last night on their way to Wasfaingto to confer witn the President on the subject of the re-organi-zation of the cavil Government of the ovate ot Mississippi. Governor ilabn. senator eiecv irom .Lou isiana, arrived this morning, and it is un derstood ha will make an extended tour of the Northern States. Tne landslide at Columbus proves to have been lest extensive Vuan first report ed. No loss of life. The steamer Kutb from New Orleans for Louisville, paaaed up. last night, with 273 bales of cotton tor Cincinnati and Hew York, and dates to the SO in. The wofk of stuffing, tha. crevasse below the city Wat progressing satisfactorily. The Mexican town oi jr aauraa eieraa was captured by the Liberals on the 21th. The blockade runner Denligb, in trying to run into Galveston with a valuable car go, wat run ashore .and.destroyed by tne United States steamer oeminoie. General Steele arrived at Mobile on tne 28th, having been assigned to a new com mand 14 the Department ot vne uuu. ! TAalvCa) 'is-catl. ' WASHINGTON. June. 4. George W. Chamberlain ia highly re- oomme4ded by Governor Yatee "d the Supreme Court of vhe State, toi vhe District Attorneyship ot jnonvana lernvory. tie came to secure his appointment, but after wmitincr' a few davt and set inn tbe Presi dent m beset with place seekers, he envel oped his recommendations to tne rreeiaenv, witn a note saying ne inouna ui aumj an cfliea from him, but observing him he could not. ' The President saw the papers and at ance endorsed them. : - Last waek, as soon as jiharman army began te moae West, et the sae of souie. 8,000 par day, vne u. a. camvary .inn nnnnad feeding station at " Harpers' JTerry ana at AlarunsDurg, wuere not ouuoo and fresh bread were taken, to tha cars ty " . . . i v . . r oorra ot relief aeents constantly ta wait- g, ana tervea ouv w ue iiuiuiu6 ooi- diers. The efflcial statement ot tbe public debt An March 31st. as contrasted with Vhav ending with vheT month ot may,, shows an inoremaa in two monU s of $268 250.000 in principal, anAnearly 122,000,000 in inter- eat. FROM RICHMOND. NEW YORK, June. 4. A Bfchmond letter says: A member of tha Kns-lish Parliament has ottered, uen Lee a spienaia resiuouvo ta jmiuu", turn of money, the interest ot which would : v . . . -. : I ,1 . - a . support nimstttl ana ianiuy lor mu. , CMttdAiit jnnnujiii snuinhv mwawutr tint, mails the rebel citizens of Biohmond feel very aoraly- General iiaavn na voi-. untttri y taken tne aain. . Larg portions pf, the 24'h carps were anon tot be mustered ouv. Auera wuuiu an grand review previous thereto.' ' . i THE LOAN. PHILADELPHIA, June 4. Jav Cooke reports Vhe sale ot 7. 30. yes. taaa.v at 12.256.100. The larnest western ailhacrinvion . waa $246,300, Hum' tha Na tional Bank of ChiCM-of The largest east ern aubsciiptuint were $100,000 from the National. of the Bepubiic, Boston; $100,- 000 from tba 2d national Hack, rjuaion.; IbOO.OOO from the let National ot Norfolk, v- There were also 5000 from Ssif Or Wns. 00 from Btchnwnd, and 1&7G indi- Tidual tubscriptiont for $60 and $100. Tha total anaouot tor the week was $o,681, P'H a million of 7- 30 novas of $60 and $100 were tent down to orth Ca.o lina, Ssttnaday, on tba order of a pay mister, tn-lMi naid to the tcldiers. The demand for 1-tOi among the disbanding armies inrmaainc?. ..;;!" 1 A latter received here from an eminent ft Annan banker, dated May 12th. lays : ' nradio. that vou will tea United otatet paperiooney tX premi ant before long, it onght to be for its usefulness and con venience. Sensible merchants will toon learn to appreciate, jt, aod when peace is fully restored on y urside theie will spring up more speculations than the world has ever seen. FROM LOUISVILLE. LOUISVILLE, June 4. John Lewis, colored convicted by a court martial of the murder of Thomas 0. Magrath, in Shelbyville, has been senten ced to be bang June 13. General Palmer has issued an order that the city couns shall release, from confine ment all slaves convicted of hiring their own time. if Genera's Custer, Wood, Upton, Alexan der and Wbitakerave arrived. M-Jor General Palmer left at noon for WshiE(ftr,n. About 7,000 troops ct tbe Army of the Tennessee, arrived from Parkersburg this evening. - Special Report. KIRBY SMITH SICK. NEW YORK, June 4. The Herald't New Orleans correspon dent says that General Kirby Smith has been to ill during the past six weeks that General Buckner has had command of his department. This was probably the reason why General Smith remained in Texas. He is now in Galveston. SURRENDER OF WEST LOUISIANA. For some time past Msjir General Herron, commanding at Baton Rouge, has been treatirg with the rebel General Brunt for the surrender ot West Louisiana to the Union forced, reporting to Gen eral Canby by telegraph. At tha last meeting held between Generals Canby and Brent,, arranged by General Herron at the ame time, a conference was held at Marshall, Texas, and a surren der agreed upon. There were present Lt General Kirby Smith, Generals Buckner and Price, and"afl the leading military men in Texas and- the Trans-Mississippi Department. Buckner and Price were di rected to join Brent at the mouth of Bed Biver, and co operate with him in the sur render of their commands. When these officers arrived at the mouth of Bed Biver General Canby was in Mobile, but General Herron lost no tiilit in notifying bim by telegraph, and the"mbment the intelligence was received General Canby prepared for his depirture for Hew O. leans. At first he proposed taking the Samuel Hil, but this steamer was not fast enough to suit his purpose, and he and his staff with General Steele and Dick Taylor )ef. Mobile on Wednesday at half past four clock, on board the steamship Hero, a captured blockade runner. The Heio ar rived at New Orleans on Thursday morn ing, and as soon at tha Ida May arrived at the mouth of Bed river a conference was held at the request of General Canby, at the corner of St. Charles St. and Joseph streets. Tbe Union Generals present were Gen erals Canby and Herron. The rebel Gen erals present were Buckner, Pi ice, Taylor and Brent. Further details of the surrender have already been published. LAST RAID OF THE WAR. General Farrar's recent raid, announced by telegraph, several days ago, is probably tte last raid of the war. The commands of the rebel ColonelPurvis and Captain Gillespie were reported at Harrisonburg. General Farrar tiaiiqd for that town, e tu bal king his commands on boats. The rebel girrison was surprised and a number of men and horses were captured. RESIGNATIONS. General Herron has tendered his resig nation, and expects ,to return to Dubuque, jws, in fjur weeks.. Major Hyde Clark, Assistant Adj utant General to General Herron, has resigned. ABOUT CHARLESTON. Herald's Charleston correspondent says : Letters from the upper districts represent that great distress has been caused by straggling band of soldiers taking oil every horse and mule, and breaking open public and private stores, besides robbing plantations. Planters would rejoice at the appearance of a Union garrison at all prin- ipal points for the protection of the people. - General Hartwell, with a portion of his brigade, is at Orangeburg. He has da tailed a permanent garrison for the town, and is engaged in furthering the arrange ments of the freemen in making contracts with their former owners. Planters are very anxious to aecure labor fox raising produce. The greater portion of the negroes can. not comprehend their new situation. The most pf them believed that they were to be suppnrted by the Government, othei supposed that their masters' land was to be divided amongthem, and large numbers were leaving for Charleston. AN ORDER FROM GENERAL GRANT. WASHINGTON, June 4. General Grant has issued the following congratulatory address to the armies Wak DsriETmirr, Adjctast Gskieal's Orrici WAsaissToa, June i, 186. GENERAL ORDERS—No. 108. Soldier of the Armies of the United States : By your patriotic devotion to your country in her hoar of danger and alarm your magnificent fighting, bravery and en. durance, you have maintained the toprem acy Of the Union and Constitution, over thrown all opposition to the enforcement of laws and of proclamations forever abolish ing slavery, ceases a pretext of rebellion, and opens a way for the rightful authorities to restore order and inaugurate peace on permanent and enduring basis upon every foot of American soil. Your marches, Sieges ana Dallies, m-distance, ouratirm resolution, and brilliancy of result., dim the lustre of the world's past military achievements, and will be the patriot's precedent in the defence of liberty and light in all time to come. In obedience to your country's call ; yon left your homes and families and volunteered in its defence; victory has crowned your valor and secur ed tbe purpose of your patriotic hearts. and with the gratitude of your countrymen and tha highest honors that a great and free nation can accord, jou will soon permitted to return to your homes and familiea, conscious of having discharged the higher duViesof Amarcan civizens to achieve these clorious triumphs and secure yourselves and your fellow countrymen blsstinesof free institutions. Tens of thous ands of your gallant comrades have fallen and sealed Vhe precious legacy with their lives. A grateful nation bedews their graves with tears; honors their memories will ever cherish and support their stricken families. U. S. GRANT. Lieutenant General BALTIMORE, June. 4. THE WEATHER. I m " The weather is intensely hot. Troops nassine through the city to-night. We unable to learn what regiments, Saturday Night's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON. June. 3. Ex-Governor Far well testified that be tween IS and 10 SO o'alock on the night ot the assassination, he hastmed from the theatre to the room . of Vica President Johnson in order to warn him against ap prehended danger.' 'He hid no knowledge of seeing Atzsroth ia the hotel at tha Vime. - : -' O-ie of tbe (wards ealled for the defense; testified that Payne said to him that . he wished they woull hang him aa ha was tired of life. ' .n ; Another guard testified that when Major Seward wts examioed as a witness, and vhe guajd was putting the irani back again on Payne, tbe latter said : "They are tracking me pretty closely, and I want to die." - The counsel for Payne also called anoth er witness to show that Payne was consti pated for a long time. This was for tha purpose of establishing a symptom of in sanity. The 6th army corps, General Wright eommandine, which has gone into camp at Bailt-y'sX Road, Virginia, is to be review ed during the nexV week, preparatory to the mustering out of troops whose term ot service expires prior to October 1st. The Secretary of War has directed that all troops who were mustered into the ser vice under General Orders No. 84 of the War Department are to be paid to Vhe data of their arrival at" their designated State rendezvous. . : i i Lieutenant General Grant will visit West Point next week, during the exarri natinn of the Cadets, and proceed thence to Chicago to attend tbe great fair. . The Star says a paper id cipher found fljaling' in the dock at Moorehead City, N. 0, on Vbe 2d of May, has been turned over to the government officials It hat been literally translated and ia as follows : WASHINGTON. April 15. 1865. Dear John : I am happy to Inform you .that Pet has done bis work well. He is safe, and Old Abe U in hei.' Now, sir, all ee3 are on you. You must bring Sherman. Grant is in tbe hands of Old Grey ere this. Bed Shoes showed a lack of nerve in Seward's case, but be fell back in good order. Johnson must come. Old Crook baa hiai in charge. . Mind well that brother's oath, and you will bave no diffi culty. All wih be safe and enjoy the fruits of our labors. O. B. No. 5. The Secretary of the Treasury hat pub lished a correct statement of the public debts, as appears from the books ot Treas ury returns and requisitions in the Depart ment 0" the 31st ot Mty, 18G5. Becapitulation shows the amount bear ing interest in coin to be $1.108113,842, tha interest boiug $64,489,489 50. The debt bearine interest in lawful mmey is tl,053.476 571, tbe interest being $00,158, 384 02. The debt on which the interest has ceased is $789,270. The debt bearing no interest is $472 829 270 57. The totai indebtedness is $2,635,203 753 50, the in terest in gold and paper being $124,038, 874. The amount of legal vender notes incircuUton is $659,160,509. These iu cludm$432 687,966 of the new loan issue, and $169,143,620 of compound interest notes, under act of June 30, 1864 Un called for pay requisitions is $40 000,000 and amount in treasury notes over $25, 000,000. . Th- amount of fractional cur rency is $24,667,000. The 2U5.D. and 211th Pennsylvania regiments were mustered out of the ser vice this morni' g and left for their homar The President was beset to-day by dele gations. Discharged trnopi are departing rapidly to-day for their homes. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, June. 3. a The Commercial's special says : Re turning volunteers are to be paid up to the date of their arrival at their respective State rendezvous where they are to ba mustered out. The application of General Lonestreet for otrdon is regarded as a test ca-e at to the treatment ot the large number of rebel militia not included in tne terms extended to the various Confederate armies. - - Bermuda papers of the 30th nit- say that the Tebel steamer Imogene arrived at St. George with 1,000 bales of cotton from Galveston, bue reports cine steamers there loading, and that ingress and egress is vrv ea-v. Tbe steamer weyncssevt brings savan nah dates of the 31st. Tbe Herald says: A large public meet ing was held there en the evening of the 30ih. at which -resolutions were adopted endorsing President Johnson's policy; that gympitbiura witn... secession . will not be supported for tiii:e, and asking a military Uvvernor lor ueo'gia. The Charleston courier ot the zstn learns from Columbia, that Governor Ma grath had issued a notice stating that his functions aa executive oi tne oiate naa ceased, and that Vhe State it now in the hands of the military authorities ot vne United Mates. Alter issuing this novice be decamped, but couriers have bean sent after him. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. C. C Clay and partv had reached Savannah, Unlet J usvice vusie na party nau ar rived at Jacksonville, ria. Col. Sanderson, author of tha secession ordinance had come into Jacksonville to p y his taxes, also Hon. D. L. Xulee, CoL McUormiek ana ovnert. iney are reaay to take the oath of allegiance. Tbe Idinbure, 11 ansa and Jjouuuana, sailed to-day for Europe, with $73,800 in srjecia. ' - . XDO QW UflCWJO B.l. V'uwtu tails of the surrender of Jurby Bmiin, The caDitulation was completed May 25. General Buckner, it appears, conducted the last caDitulation. as he did tne nrst, jLionei- son. tie snowed uenerai vausy lnuupu- table authority to act. . The rebel navy was represented by Captain i;sitor. uen- eral Dick Trrvlor was present It is prob able, therefore; that a competent Federal force will move lorwara ai once vo occupy tbe cities in Texas. In the meantimene rebel representat'vet remain in our lines to give council and advice as to social order; while General Smith proceeds through hit department to prepare people ror tne com' int. events. : A petition is in circulation in Mobile to treat for measures to bring Alabama aain into lh Union. The Post's Washington special says that Howell Cbh and other leading rebels are expected at Washington to day or to-mor- ... .rru.t .. .. .1 I took out between 1,300 end 1,400 Thiee steamers, wnicn ien ior jiurope of our first families intending to spend the irnsmei abroad. The Helvitia, from Liverpool, to-day, had 1,247 emigrants. FROM CAIRO AND BELOW. CAIRO, June 3. a be to and are are Tte steamer City of Cairo has arrived with Memphis dates of yesterday, and 120 bales of cotton for St. Louia. There is material change in tbe Memphis cotton market. Yesterday .253 bales passed for Cincinnati. 1 . 1 New Orleans dates of tha evening of tha 29th , i , ... , . General Canby has issued an order m strutting all military comrranders report- ngto him to extend tne limits oi ineir oc cupation so at to extend all sections of country east of tba Mississippi within jurisdiction, to the and that the paramout authority oi tne v uiieo. niaiea snail uw coenized. and the recent Presidential order restoring tne Deneuis oi usrwidmhi i ratio accepted in good faith. All military conflicting with the Executive order restoring commercial intercourse are voked, and military taxes are discontinued in tne country on vhe east side of the river, except such as are indispensable for San itary purposes. The benefits secured by the President's order are declared to oontiDceht . on this portion of the people, and their ability to preserve public peace. The assistance of the army will be given aid in tha maintenance of order. , wherever guerrillas or other evil doers harbored, or countenanced, Vrada wilj stopped, and the community so off ndftig ba forced to maintain troops to subdue the marauders. - Union prisoners, from Camp Ford, Tex as, who arrived at New Orleans on the 28tb, represent a confused tiats of affairs in Texas, and a general anxiety fur the Union forces to occupy tha State. . The prisoners consist of detachments from nearly every Slate in tbe Union ; also a tew of the navy, formerly of thaC.ifvon aod Morning Light. The latter are old prisoners of war, having been prisoners 28 months. ... , UHARHEf. ' NEW YORK, June. 3. Tha cold market is easier. . There is an abundant supply of cash gold and with a reduced demand. Tne rave has fallen to 136 " ' The export of specie to dy araiunts to 987,966, and for the week 1,707,650. Later. Gold to-night 136. BILLIARDS. INDIANAPOLIS, June 3. John McDevitt victor in the - recent match game of billiards with Goldthwaite at Cincinnati, publishes a challenge to-day for the ' championship or America, ana challenge! Kavanagh of New York to a game ot 1,600 points at from $5,000 to $10, 000 aside. Special Report. NEW YORK, June. 3. FINANCIAL. At the Stock Exchange this morning Beading and Pittsburg wero hammered sternly and a decline in prices was the re sult, but the rest of the list was very firm throughout the session, and a good busi ness was dona after calL Tha market was weak and a little lower, bat towards tha latter part of the day the market grew weak and business was very light. ." ... There was a very active movement in Government bonds with an advanoa of 5 per cent, on S 20s. Slate bonds remain quiet but they are held firmly. . Bank shares and railway mortgages are offered sparingly and busi ness U light. . MISCELLANEOUS. Miscellaneous stocks were firm and gen erally steady. Gold dull and weak. Merchants are waitiug foreign advices before making fur ther remittances , There is a general im pression that Vbe next steamer will an nounce an advance in 6-20a. ' Money abundant at 6 par cent. PETROLEUM. Petroleum stocks steady and moderately active..,. Buchanan Farm, 104; Clifton, 425; Cherry Bun, 44 ; Pit Hole, 700; Hygriac, 500; Germania, 40; Kuickerbockw, 40. McKinley. 350; Excelsior, 380; Oceania, 205; Bynd Farm, 259; Tsck, 120; High gate, 60. ' Petroleum market c'oses dull but steady at 35c for crude; 4851 for bonded, and for free. WHOLESALE MARKET. Tha re view of the wholesale market, under liberal receipts and less speculative inquiry : Floor bat declined from 30 to 40c on low and medium grades. The market closes heav. Wheat ' hat arrived . very sparingly. Prime has advanced 4 to 6c, closing with an upward tendency. Corn, with moderate receipts, rapidly advanced up to Thursday. Since that time most of the improvement has been lost. - Oata bave been inactive. Prices ad vanced to 53c Market closed quiet. Pork has been much excited, and prices declined up the 1st. Since then the market has advanced $2 50, but at to-day's sales part of the advance was lost. The stock on hand favors less than was anticipated since the rapid advance. Beef it much lower, aod depressed. The stock in market is Very large. - There has been much activity in crude petroleum, but the market hat been unset tled. Prices have fluctuated considerably, but show no particular variation. - Beflnea has b.en in moderate request, but prices are without change. . . Wool has been fairly aotive, inquiry being ' from manufacturers ior .firmer descriptions, which are scarce and firmly held. Other graces are dull and the ten dency of prices ia downward. The whisky market has been extremely dull, and prices have fluctuated rapidly, but show a decided imp-ovement. The market doses dull and heavy ; 207?08 for western. THE FEELING IN VIRGINIA. Tha Herald says since Governor Pier- pont established his headquarters in Rich mond, different delegations have waited on him to express their loyalty and intention to co-operate with him in the restoration of civil government. The Governor in his replies to the addresses of these delegations hat expressed his appreciation of their man ifMtHtions of friendliness to himself and the national government, and his de sire to avail himself of these elements political and social regeneration in tha ar duous duties he has been called upon perform. He also assures the people oi v rrginia of good will towards them, and hopes that the past mty. be, as far as possible, for gotten, and that all will henceforth work together for the good of the Common wealth and the nation. SURPLUS OF NEGROES. The Herald't Washington special says that by an order from General Logan, all unemployed negroes who , accompanied the army of Tennessee, and who are not actually needed with that army, n ill turned over immediately to General Rac ier, chief Quartermaster of the Depart ment of Washington. ESTABLISHMENT OF HEADQUARTERS. Captain TanDyke, Adjutant General the Army of Tennessee, left to-night establish General Logan' headquarters Lauiaville. DEPARTURE OF LOGAN. up tha General Lczan leaves for New York Monday morning.. , LETT TOR SEW TOUt ARB. LOUISVILLE. The Tribune's special tays that General -Frank D. Blair, of the 17th Army Corps. and Major Steele, of his stall, left Naw York this morning, en route : TO BE RETAIN ED. ie or ders re The Government has decided to retain the provost marshals in all the States cpt Bbode Island, and tha present officers will hold their places in every congression al district. The same system will h tended to the Southern States, and officers oi the government apprehend that it be a year before it can be relinquished. SICKNESS AT RALEIGH. to But art 'pp The Tribune's correspondent at Raleigh says that the health of the place is good, the physicians are consequently and there Is a prospect af a very season, - . - TRIAL OF DAVIS. The Timet' special sayt that there i reason to believe that the trial of Jeff. Davit will take place on or about the 19th of this month, unlets the defendant can show the necessity of a postponement. It it not believed that Davit wOl interpose any objections to the triad this month, ss tha facts involved in tha case are all present and indisputable. The trial cannot occupy more than three or four days empannelling the jury and the presentation of evidence. Any further prolong ttion will depend cn tae of the of the counsel. VIRGINIA ELECTION. It is reported that the rebels have deci ded the minority in the Virginia House of delegates. The members were elected 1 y rebel votes in many of the election distr ids There were but few Union Soldiers, and the rebel civilians had it all their own way. WASHINGTON, June 3. ACCIDENT. To -day a portion of the 15th Corps were brought from the Virgisia side of the Po tomac to be sent to the West. The train having reached the vicinity of Maryland Avenue and 4th street, the enginejbtcame detached while moving on to a twitch, and the cars, which were moving with great velocity, came in contact with the tender, two soldiers of the 84th Indiana. GALLAGHER'S REICHLANGE. NEW YORK, June 3. . Gold 134. 'ive twenties, old lOS?.. New York Central, t8 ; Erie, 72 ; Hud son Biver, 89). ; Beading, 80 Michigan Southern, 57 W : Pittsburgh. b& : Canton Company, 36 ; Cumberland, 34. stuck market not very active bat stoseiv. Gold firmer and stoori at the close at 137. Saturday Evening's Edition. WASHINGTON ITEMS. NEW YORK, June 3. The Tribune's Washington special sayt Colobel Waiter H. Taylor, General Lee, the Adjutant General, Sui geon Moore, and about fifty Confederate soldiers, at present residing ia Norfolk, have been summoned to appear before the United States District Court at 10 o'ulock to-day, with a view of testifying against General B. E. Lee and other prominent rebel officers on the charge of treason. The Herald't special says the arrival of Jeff. Davis was prematurely announced. H was sent from Fort M onroe on the Sar bus which got aground eighteen miles be low the city. ie was than transferred to the torpedo boat Chico, and hat arrive! on her. It it understood that quarveis have been preserved for him in the old capital and that a suitable guard will be furnished to insure his safe keeping. ' General Thomas had a long interview with the President. It is not known as yet when he will proceed to Bichmond to as sume command of the Department of Vir ginia. The World's special says C has. O'Connor has applied to the War Department for permission to tender to Jeff. Davis his pro fessional services in case he is arraigneu on the indictment found in the District of Columbia, and the President has directed that Mr. O'Connor's application be granted to vbe end that Vhe constitutional provision which secures to tbe accused persons tne assistance of counsel, may be nspected. The Herald't Washington special sayt: The movement of Sherman's army to Lousville is actively progressing. All the 15th Corps, except the 2d Brigade, have gone, and other corps of the Army of the Tennessee will immediately follow them. After them will go vhe Army of Georgia, General b locum commanding. None of Slocum's army has left here, notwithstand ing reporU to the contrary. They will not leave till vhe rolls are prepared and the non-veterans mustered out, when the vet erans will proceed west. By order of General Logan all unem ployed negroes who accompany tbe Army of vne Tennessee, ani who are not actually needed with that army, are to be turned over to General D. H. Bucker, Chief Quar termaster of the Department of Washing ton. Capt. A. M. Vandyke, Adjutant General of Vhe Army of Tennessee, leiv here to-night to establish General Logan's headqoaivers in Louisville. General Log tn lea ves next Monday morning. The 6th Corps lert rairrax v. xx. at nve o'clock this morning, and arrived at Ball's Cross Roads by ten o'clock in Vhe foreno. n. Major General wngnv s neaaquarvers are now at the Brown House, about three miles from the Potomac. NEW YORK, June 3. FROM CHARLESTON. CHARLESTON, June. 3. of The Charleston Courier ot May 81st tays that Bnsign C a Neil who leiv here last week tor vne purpose oi visiting mo planters on the Copper river and enlight ening them aa to Vhe orders ot General Hatch, encouraging vne maaing ei con tracts with the teed men, returned to this city last evening. He called upon the va rious planters in St. Thomas and St. Lewis parishes and found them willing to do all in their power to promote the interests of the common country. Their treat annoyances are toe depreda tions committed by tbe roving bands of idle and desolate people, moat of whom are colored. They are eager to obtain a supply of field and farming; implements, and are also in want of h jraes, mules and wagons. Large crops are not looked for this season. The planters received the .En sign, military and his associates with the utmost civility and spread before them Vhe best their houst s contained In their conversation tney admitted the total failure of vhe rebellion, and expressed themselves solicitous to tee harmony ana reunion again prevail. ' CHARLESTON. May. 31. be of to Admiral DahleTen. Fleet Captain Brad- ford, and Lieutenant Commanding Math ews, of the Admiral's staff, left on the steamer Donegal, Monday evening, cn vi.it to Port Bojal and cavannah. The Donegal accompanied the Banviago ae Cuba, with Secretary Welles and hit par ty. The Admiral it expected to return to- Z: .. ,- The Jrontiac, xaeutenan wimuiamuuj a K. Lace, left this port yesterday lof New York, with a rebel toipedo boat in tIV The steamer Potomska, Acting jaaaier F. A. Mantill, it expected to leave thortly for New York. ' The work on the sunken Monitor con tinues, but only fragments of bodies are now recovered, ine vessel iiaeu ia w considered to be worth the raising, in eon sequence of her injuries and the length time she has been under water. . Her guns have been already raised. - - . FROM ALABAMA. NEW YORK, June 3. for for ex ex will not busy sickly The Tribune's correspondent from - gomary, A1a, details vne marcn ui mo Division, 16th Corps, from Blakeley, oppo site Mobile, to thav place. They peased through a part ot the country not vitived u .u- before by a union army, anti auw ywyim were greatly excited ana wrrmsu. wealthy planters tried to hide their stock and supplies in vain. Mules and loads bacon were dragged out ot the swamps hiding placet to replenish oar scanty eom mistary. Tha neo-roet naiiea us aa uwnoioio, nu the number that followed us to Montgom ery is estimated at 6000. An old man, years of age, and born in tha North a man, naa neon tuunappnu a. 5u v. and been held in slavery 63 years. was determined, this being tut first enanee, to regain his liberty. - ' ' On one of the plantations an overseer shot ana killed a negro and wounded for not hastening to worst alter looting tome of our soldiers passing. The seer's houie was burned down. n . -. He succeeded in making tut escape. The refugee negroes are rapidly The people of Montgomery are sullen, not relishing their being subjugated- FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK. June 3. bnermaa here, mister General Van Vleet, and hat been most heartily welcomed by merchants and business nen. In vhe evening the General was serenaded at the house of Mr. 8 ott in 23d Street, where he is stopping, by tha bands of tbe 7th and 27thcBvgisnenta, and responded ia'a few brief remarks to the tumultuous calls of tbe assemblage. Gen. erals Bosecrans, Swavne and utter Held also made addresses. ' - Tha Tribune's special says that General Thomas win in a few days return to the West to take command, under Sherman, of Eentacky and Tennessee. . Ganacal Grant and wife will probably visit the Chicago Stir.-- v Cap-aia Fak's expedition to Idaho will start toon. General Bosecrans has received leave of absence for fix months.' He intends to via the P-e'nj coast. : General Blair has started for Louisville. The TirW special sajt: Lonijstreet'i business' in Washington is to make special application to the President forpardon and ifeVoraVkn to full civil righla. fie has al ready taken the amnesty oath. Tne Herald's Kichmond correspondent says : Kx-G ivernor Smith, of Virginia, is roaming in the woods bacK of Suunion, de termined to light it out if it takes all sum mer. Ha has a body guard of guerrillas. John Minor Bolts Has been invited to Richmond by Governor Pierpont. lt it said a large number if Mosby'l men are still st laree ia the mountains. CITY NEWS FobLaxb SurEEio. The fide steamer Pewabic, Captain George McKay, will leave the dock of Garrettaon A Co., this evening, at eight o'clock, for all Lake Superior Prt'- . Si.- Docile Trace The new track of tha Kinsman street railroad was finished on Saturday. There is now a double track from the Park to Eagle street. It formally extended no further than Huron sVraaV. Tints in rgs Paex. Intelligence having been received yesterday that 800 Northern Ohio troops were to arrive here to-day, the hospital, tents, forty Tn number, brought from Ciaoinnati.were pitched on the north side of the Public 8quare. The line rear hoe iron, end to end of the Park, giving it a very martial appearance. ' United Btaixs Cocet In the ease of the United 8tetes ta. Wm. Ewing, indicted for stealing a package from the Hull Prairie postonlce, defendant was acquitted. Ho brought ia his daughter who ewore that his wife stole the watch. ' Wou Moreland, indicted for harboring and helping away a deserter, was fined $80 and costs. ' The esse of Botanthal and Merrick will be brought into court this morning. Miss Sanson's Studio. The many friends ef that. talented artist, Miss Bansom, will be glad to learn that she hat returned from Now York and "Washington, where she hse been spending the last three months, and that she has ra-opeaed her bssvutiful studio in Northrop A Harrington's Bloak. '.While ib Washington Mrs. B. received a commission from the firm of Jay Cooke k Co., to paint a. portrait of ex-Secretary Chase, for tha purpose of being placed in their new banking office. In selecting Miss R., this eminent firm have shown an ap preciation of her talent as an artist that cannot but .be very highly complimentary to her, and deservedly so, too. It hst been our fortune to know this talented lady ever since she was a child, and we - have watched her career with a feeling engendered by friend ship, and we know that the is entitled to regard of all devotees of the fine art. She is a lady of rare culture and of great re finement, and we we would recommend Uioseof our readers who desire to perpetu ate themselves on canvass, to call at Miss Ransom's studio and examine her pictures. Fsom Lais Borsaioa. The steamer Iron City, Captain Sweet, arrived at Vhis port from Lake Superior about six o'clock Satur day morning. Mr. Stevenson furnishes the following iog of her trip down : Left Ontonagon Sunday ,'May 20 . h, at 4 F. ., Eagle Biver and Copper Harbor same evening. Oa Monday, at 8:20 a. at, IX miles from Portage Entry, met steamer Lao La Belle,1 upward bound. Left the Portage May 3D, at 8 r. and arrived at Marquette next morning at 2.30. The following ves sels were lying at that point: Schooner Bell Wslbridge, Eagla Wing, 8. H. Kimball Jesse Anderson, Wilmington.Charlee Hink ley, 6eneral W..8cotV Resolute, Tartar,. ' Buckingham, and Moselle ; brig C. P. Wil liams, aod bark A. P. Nichols, and five others, names unknown ; the steamer Lady Franklin was also there. Left Marquette tame day at ( r. n., aod arrived at the Sanlt June 1, at8A. ii. The following vessels psssed through the canal Msy 31st, bound up: St. Andrews, City of Buffalo, Twilight, Fremont and White Cloud. Left the Bault same day at 11 a. k.: met steamer Concord in Sault river and schooner Marquette. June Jd, at noon, met steamer ironaia.ee off Lexington, on Lake Huron. The steamer brought down upwards of 200 toss of iron ore for the Cleveland Iron Mining Company. She leaves for all ports on the upper lakes at 8 o'clock to-morrow evening, from the dock of ""lone, Pettiv Co.,. a . Attention, LabiesI The following com mittee of ladies are respectfully requested to meet on the Public Square at 10 o'clock this morning to assist in waiting on the returned veteran soldiers, who are to be fed on the Square at that time : Mr. B Roone tn ft a rein. Joe pk Richard Je ade, Jr. . M Geo B .eater 14 J do C Granule 1 hj Junae " Jao 4 WnealeT " J ,o Co n Jao SI vttrllns J O Hose y, LAPI-io. JameaBtftett " J'lerpb Hajweld Waasei'k ' Henry Will man W L ntard.rc!t " B if at Giaaeas L b L. oa O 8 HI. eons B Batia " Wei R Hancock' " Haleo Tecry Yonnftlore " A Henna ' U eeaoa - Kite? Harvard baraett, Baldwin " H Ster in( L blerlibg - 't-wart W R Marwian. J A Harris a SB Preetue - JV Palates- r " H Witt "DP Kits ' a Taos Unltoa . " Cn. WaiwoB - J,.aepk rat al a K ij .b Saalorl, : darward - Tkoa Har.kaa H. at Ch.pin Werri4 -J "Wm Ontter : 'wm B Jetle a IS eanaaat: w O.0 a Bouedict . " John In reoll . I, W vtiee . J P Ma Mvet - ' J H Cbaae v Hector Tarry . M Chi 'tendon "80 Snewala Wm Cn blng H Btevea ' -. H Newberry m p Thereber - 4)Cobb Klas Haggle Brayton 5 Chairman Com. on RaUruunjacat. of 1 West Btde Btoee. e have just received a stock of Silk Boa Umbrellas, which we have marked very low. ju5-21 ... 1.. uo of and a 78 tree He one at over enlist ing. very ' Peonotioxs. The following promotions in Northern Ohio Begimenta were entered in the Adjutant General's office. May 31st: 190th Sergeant H B Hill to First Lieu tenant. - 4 llllh First Lieutenant Wesley L Thurs ton to Captain, Sergeant Lewis Drenst to First' Lieutenant and Sergeant Johnson n EmI ia Beyond Lieutenant. 176th Sergeant James A Carsion to Second Lieutenant. eth Cavalry First Lieutenants Oliver H Simons, Dwtght U Corry, W A Busbnell, and Orlando Ferry, to Captains. Second Lieutenants James K Darwent, William K Knead, Hiram A WaUtsg, Charles G Stead man, John W Wilcox, Aaron Wayoner, Charles P McEUigott, and Sergeant David Mclntoeh, to First Lieutenants. ' Sergeant Doctor F Burgess, Charlee Waloovv, Wm S Svigleman, Jerome Pickett, Fletcher Gol den. J W.Kirk, and D W Buy dam, to Beeead Lieutenants. 40th Cavalry First Lieutenants Etwin B Campbell, J H M Perry, David C Hill, Joseph B Hill, and Daniel D Hopper to Captains, and 8econd Lieutenants John B McCullougb-, Bobert Mackey, Enos A Brad ley, Jamee D sjald well, and Wm Hajden, to First Lieutenants. 1st Hew Artillery Second Lieutenant Clinton D Evans to First Lieutenant, and Serjeants William Lawson, and John -X ForskMyto Second Lieutenants.