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COCO CREAM FOR THE HAIR.
: Coco dream tar the Hair.
' Coco Cream Tor the Hair.
Away with your Grey Hair.
Away with your Grey Hair.
No more rancid Pomades!!
No more rancid Pomades!!
If you want something elegant.
If you admine delicious Perfume,
If you desire soft and silky Hair,
If you want your Hair preserved,
If you want your Hair to grow
If you want to prevent premature Baldness,
If you want to be rid of Dandruff,
Use the Coco Cream.
Use tlio Coco Cream.
ITse the Coco Cream.
Use the Coco Crearn.
Use the Coco Cream.
Prioe 35 cents a bottle.
For sale by
LAUGH LI NS d: HUSH FIELD,
Ju24 Wheeling, W. Va.
EVERY ONE KIIOl'LD INE
HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
RENEW Eit?That splendid preparation for
the Hair, which is fast becoming so popular,
and so much enquired for.
No one who has used It will ever give up
its use.
It is a Vegetable Compound, and contains
no injurious properties whatever.
It will restore Gray Halrto its original color.
It will prevent the Hair rrom fulling out.
It makes the Hair to grow on Bald Heads.
It cleanses the Scalp and makes the Hair
soft and lustrous and silken.
It is a splendid Hnir Dressing.
It is recommended and used by the first
medical authority In the country.
Be particular to ask for Hall'8Vegetahle
Sicilian Haik Renewkr, as there is a
worthless Imitation In the market.
For sale by all Druggists.
R. P. HALL A: CO., Proprietors,
Nashua, N. H.
T. H. LOGAN CO. and LOGAN. LIST
CO., wheeling, W. Va., Wholesale Agents.
Jull-2m
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.
This celebrated TOILET SOAP, In such uni
versal demand, is mude from the Choicest ma
terials, Is MILD and EMOLLIENT in Its na
ture, FRAGRANTLY SCENTED, and ex
tremely BENEICIAL in its action upon the
kin. For sale by all Druggists and Fancy
Goods Dealers. marl5-ly
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
SIB JAMES CLARK'S
Celebrated Female Pills.
Tills invaluable medicine Is unfailing In the
cure of all those painful and dangerous dis
eases Incident to the female constitution.
It moderates all excesses and removes all
obstructions, from whatever cause, and a
speedy cure may lie relied on.
TO MARRIED LADIES,
It is peculiarly suited. It will, In a short
time, bring on the monthly period with regu
arlty.
CAUTION!
... ? ... -, ,? iiiclire sure to orlng on Mif
carriage, but at every other time, and in eve
ry other case, they are perfectly safe.
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affec
tions, Pains In the Back and Limbs. Heavi
ness, Fatigue on slight exertion. Palpitation
of tlio Heart, Lowness of Spirits. Hysterics.
Hick Headache, Whites, and all the painful
diseases occasioned by a disordered system,
these Pills will effect a cure when all other
means have foiled.
Full direct ions in the pamphlet around each
pnekage, which should oe preserved.
Sold by all Druggists. Price One Dollar per
bottle.
Sole United States Agent,
JOB MOKES, 27 Cortlandt St., N. Y.
N. B.?Si.00 and six postage stamps, enclosed
to any authorized agent, will insure a bottle
containing over fifty Pills, by return mall.
aug20
(durational.
Wheeling Female College,
W1IEELIXCJ, W. VA.
This institittion, chartered
with full collegiate powers in 1804, and
recently reorganized under a new Board of
Directors, will be ttpened as a collegiate insti
tute on the first Wednesday in September
next The buildings are now being tho
roughly rctltted and newly Airnlshed
throughout.
In the liberality of Its arrangements, In the
pxtent and comprehensiveness of its course
r>f study, in its methods of tuition and gov
ernment, uud In theability and experience of
its Ikmnl of Instruction, the public may rely
upon its being a first-class seminary.
Having had many years ex|?ericncc in con
ducting leading Educational institutions in
the Eustcru and Middle States,! feel assured
that with the libeml patronage and the ear
nest co-opemt ion of the citizens of Wheeling
nnd vicinity, the College will soon lie able to
extend to vouug ladies all the facilities for an
accomplished education to be found outsid
of our eastern metropolitan cities.
It affords me the highest satisfaction to be
able to announce the engagement of a corps
of teachers of distinguished ability, expe
rience nnd reputation.
A NORMA fc Department will be organized
at an early day, having &peclnl reference to
the preparation of young ladles for the busi
ness or teaching.
A Preparatory Department will be
opened for such Misses as are too young to
enter the collegiate.
The Institution will lx> conducted m>on
Protestant, "hut. nnt '?"
ly, mcuivuim, ine i-resoyterian and the
Episcopalian, being represented In the Facul
Iy' EXPENSES PER QUARTER
Tuition?First Preparatory, W; Second
Preparatory, 87; First Collegiate, S8; Second
Colleglato, 39; Junior, $10; Senior, 912 50;
Latin, French, German, or other language, 85;
Experimental Sciences, S2 extra, each: Draw
ing, 55; Painting in Oil, 310; Pastel, ?10; Cmy
on. 3& Music, on Piano, S10; Use of Instru
ment, 32 50; vocal Music, 310; Fuel, 2d and 3d
quarters, 50 cents each quarter.
Boari>?W5: Fuel and Lights. &>; Washing,
35; Weeklv Board, from Monday to Friday
"^?MS^M^ynbleloall i
cases at the commencement of the quarter?
Sept. 6th, Nov. l^k^xyOMlS ;
July 20,18GS. ' President.
Special NoncE.~Havlug to lie absent
from the 25tli Inst, to Aug. lotli, application i
may be made in the interval to Hon. C. D.
Hubbard. President, or to J. E. Wilson, Esq.,:
Secretary Board of Directors. Jy20-tf I
MOHGANTOWN
Female Collegiate Institute.
Rev. G. W. Arnold. Principal.
ProC. Johnson, A. M. Associate Principal.
mHIS INSTITUTION IS LOCATED IN
J_ Morgantown, Monongalia county. West
Virginia, dtstant 19 miles tiom Fairmont,
B. 4 O. It R, with which it is connected by a
line of dally stages. The location is healthy?
the community moral, refined and Intelli
gent?the building a substantial brick, now
being refurnished with new furniture, new
beds, bedding and carpets. The student*'
room* will all oefumuhetl with nctc carpets.
An excellent suit of experienced and ac
complished Teachers. Course of study thor
ough and extensive.
ORNAMENTAL BRANCHES
Embrace Piano, Melodeon, Guitar and Vocal
Music, Drawing and Painting in oil and
"Water Colors, etc. The fiicilltles of this Col
lege for acquiring a thorough, ornamental
and solid education are unsurpassed in the
State.
FORTY DOLLARS (Invariably In advance)
pays all expenses In the Boarding Depart
ment, except washing, per term?11 weeks.
The Matrox Is an accomplished and chris
tian lady. Parental care exercised over the
young ladles.
A NORMAL DEPARTMENT
Will be opened for the benefit of Teachers
and those wishing to engage in the profession.
Next session commences the first Monday
In September.
Now is the time to educate. The Free
School system makes a demand- In our new
State for from six to ten thousand teachers,
at from 325 to W0 per month. These place* of
iLsefulness, honor and profit uriU bejUltd! If we
do not qualify our children to take them,
they must take lower positions.
. ot , HON.W.T. WILLEY.
ju21-lw? President Boanl of Trustees.
BAVIXC, BANK OF WHEEUXC.
OJJW, Mani St., brttctrrn Monroe and Qinncy.
Money received on transient
Interest p?lil on Special Do
<-oUccuons promptly attended to.
Kxchange on the Eo? bought and now.
8AM,, ? Prortdent.
?AM L p. UlLUKEmi, Treasurer.
jtalf*
T II I It 1> SERIES,
$230,000,000.
of ,h?S??tary of the Treasu
7' . ?D<lerelgne>J, the General Subscrintlon
Agent for the sale of United States
sssssr
J-30 LOAN.
,5^"r teued under <lnteof Jnly
i'*8?' ^"dRre Wblo three years from that
Uon ofVeStar COaVCr,lbl? " ?le 0P"
j V. H. B-ao nix Per Cent.
GOLD BEARING BONDS.
?Zh^Se Bond" nre now worth a handsome
premium, and are exempt, a* ore all the Gov
eniment Bonds, from Stale, County ami Muni
cgal taxation, which adds from one to three per
^ <Mr ivlue, according to the
!?^ ^?POn?,her vm^y- The inter
est is paj able semi-annually by coupons at
l0t0- W",c" m?i"?cut oirand
I soici to any bank or banker
The interest at 7,T0 per cent, amounts to
One cent perdny on a 850 note.
Two cents per day on a SlOO note.
Ten cents per day on a 8500 note.
(W ri-ii,"'"" P" on a siooo note.
One Dollar per day on a 55000 note.
Notes of all the denominations named will
?cr,y ft,rntehcd npon ?- *
The Notes of thisThlnl Series are preclseiv
ThlU?~i<V<l"d I>rlvlIes<? to the Seven*
m^ ?" e,"lyKOk1' exw"t ?>? ?>e Govern
??'"fcrTes to Itself the option of paX,
coin at 0 per cent., lusted or
Wot M In currency. Subscribers will deduct
the Interest In currency up to July isih.at
the time when they subscribe.
?e ''ellverJ" of the notes of this third series
Of the Seven-,,wl? commenee on ^
continuously"mer'tlm dT^" prompUy n"d
?S3s;ssr
or^'hir?tUriJspp<'le Payments, In the event
of which only will the option to pay Interest
^,??udb0_aV0Ued of- w??ld "O^l.'S- aTd
equalize prices that purchases made with six
percent In gold would be fully equ??th??
THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET
Now offered by the Oovemment, and Its su
perior ad\ antages make it the
Great Popular Loan of the People
Less than 8230,000,000 of the Loan authorlz.
?J Congress nre now on the market. This
amount, at the rate at which It Is being?
sorbed.wm all be subscribed for within sixty
da>s, when the notes will undoubtedly com
mand a premium, as lias uniformly been the
XT C,08lnfc ,he ?"?^P?ons to other
?"'r,hat c|tlzens of every town and sec
tion of the country may be afforded facilities
ft-r Inking the loan, the National Banks, State
countrJN 0,0 ^"kers tlironghout the
country have generally agreed to reeelvo sub
scriptions at par. Subscribers will seloct tlielr
Md wh , Wh?m lhoy have confidence,
deliver-'nT IO to rcsP?lul?"e for the
onlera. of the notes for which tliey receive
JAY COOKE,
... ,r ___ Subscription Agent,
* J 1j, 1805. Pnn.A dki.I'Iiia.
Subscriptions will be received by the
Firnt National Bank of VTheeHng.
Firu National Hank of Fairmont.
Writ National Hank of Parkcrtburg.
Seconil National Bank of Pnrkersburg.
Jel
The Merchants' National^
Bank of West Virginia,
AT AVIlKKI-IXt;.
OPP,cEop?rEsr~Scv,i
^ ashlngton, June 20tli, 1805. J
WHEREAS 1)Y SATISFACTORY EVI
I , | . denee presented to the undersigned it
has Ih'cii made to appear that ?' "
Vtnl < MnnU ?>r
C^ltl lit. nt. U knnl X .. -? ?? 1 A*
"The Mer
hu'1 ViVl'l' VVll,"?l,,,K-")in "ily VAvh.i>^
V&. Li. t County of Ohio and state of \vS,
acwordtoc to ?*" l'"'y organized under and
CVmSJlSP |o th,; requirements or the act of
a"cSm?iie!! IJSSJSS",0' lo ProvUoa NntlOn
k*ed June
t on mmI r^vJ .?n P?vkI? the
b^^M,ltonlSn,?
trath?ar thoc1?.??,' J"rf05uul Clark Comp
?%&??
seal'oVTun?'isS' nni'
Iul7-mi FREEMAN CLAItK,
I. J Compt'r of the Currency.
The Merchatite^National"
Bank of West Virginia.
wheemng,
Treasuhv or T1IK United States.
I * wJ5iS?ilF >"^TIO-NAI' BAxusf1}
naliington, June20tb, 1865 I
TT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED THAT "THF
Bank or Wm
WliroHnjc, W, Vs., a bank
ing BKROciatlon organized under the net ^
provide a National CuiTency menrod ????
prSSidStor'fhS
Si Tnni 9 lei?, redemption thereof," approv
Jeposi^tory of Public mone>7?, except |
? from Customs, and by virtue of such
cW?^ntof thca^ommenv,yeda"ia P'Dan- (
The National Bank of West
Virginia,
AT WIIEr.MXd.
Office or Couptroi.'r of the Cckrescv 1
Washington, July nth, lses. ? [
TTrnEREAS. BY SATTSPACTORY EVT
i,'J.Ji?.ncc pwnted to the underelgnii. It
?Z2?!S>"
,en
?jncy.
Bonds,
am .uu tne provisions of Raid
meu^o,!^ I ^compiled with before com
JnencUigth e business of Banking tinder said
juis-axi'
MOnaWs GOODH.
T ?" ?*?? WVUUfj.
6*4 LA^INeI? R?ch. BtaSc
paccas. Lupins, Bomboimes nni nfi?
I ^,de f??% Mohair, Gren^ln^BtaSc
and plain Organ dies and SingfeaxSl ^
niayI1 J S. RHODES.
tjftmftimt SaUoring.
1865. 1865.
SPRING & SUMMER.
THOS. E BEAN8, H. GUGGENHEIMER.
Second Stock J ant Received
? AT?
Stein Brothers
FRENCH,
ENGLISH
and AMERICAN
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & TESTINGS,
GENTLEMEN'H
Furnishing Goods!
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
&o., &o.
THE STOCK FOR
SPRING & SUMMER, |
Is all New; the Finest In Fabric, and most
Elegant In Style.
Wholesale Buyers,
Will find our Stock of PIECE GOODS and |
CLOTHING as large, varied and clicap, as any |
similar house in the East.
ITaving determined to follow the price o.
Gold, in the sale of their goods, we thus offer}
great advantages In the price, to all buyers.
STEIN RROTIIERS,
mayll-d&w Corner Main and Monroe Sts. J
REMOVAL"
JOHN T. LAE3N & CO.,
have REMOVED TO
No. 25 MONROE STREET,
Next door lo M. A 31. Rank,
WE ARE JUST OPENING AN ENTIRE]
new stock of goods for Men's Wear. We |
solicit an examination of our
NEW CASSIMERES, COATINGS,
SILK AND MARSEILLES
VESTING S, LINEN
DUCK, JLTNEN
DRILLS, Ac.
Also, a complete assortment of
WHITE SHIRTS,
which we warrant, In quality, fit and work-1
mnnship, equal to any in the country.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER in any style
to suit customers. Our stock of
Men's Furnishing Goods
unsurpassed by any in the city.
Don't forget the place!
No. 25 Monroe Street,
First door above Main.
my23 JOHN T. LAKIN & CO.
Good News from Sherman!
GOIJ> DECLINING RAPIDLY.
But the prices of new spring
Clothing have decined more rapidly at
H. & S. ROSENHEIM'S,
NO. 107 MAIN STREET,
Where an Immense stock of Spring Cloth
ing has Just been received, embracing every
style of
? Clothing: and Gentlemen**! Fnrnhh
Inp Good**.
Call and examine, as we takeplensure hi
showlnggoods. H. A S. ROSENHEIM.
FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
OF WHKKLINQ.
Designated Depositary IT. S.
CAPITAL PAID IN,. .1200^00
CAITAL AUTOORIZED, 500,000
TtyrONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT. IX
lyjL terest paid on Special Deposits. Collec
tions made, and proceeds promptly remitted.
Exchange bought and sold.
directors:
George K. Wheat, Jacob Hornbrook,
John K. Botsford, Joseph Bell.
Jacob S. Rhodes, Chester D. Knox,
Geo. W. Franzheim, George Edwards.
John F. McDermot.
GEORGE K. WHEAT, President.
GEORGE ADAMS, Cashier. dAw
The People's Bank.
OFFICE, No. 09 MAIN ST., WHEELING,
W.Va. Money received on deposit. In
terest paid on special deposits.
Notes and bills discounted. Exchange
bought and sold. Collections at home or from
abroad promptly attended to.
directors.
John Reid, Christian Hem,
J. T. Scott, John Vockler,
Saml J. Boyd, Richard Carter.
JOHN REID, Prest.
J06IAH UPDEQRAFF. Ctmli'r. my9
WOOD'S PRIZE MOWER.
VfTITH ALL THE LATE D*?ROVE
V V ments, for sale by
\Ss? PRYOB, MILLER A CO.
?ming fftarftfaig.
There is 110 Investment
Wliicli Paj! a Better Intel-eat or I
Bring* store Comrart, Health.
nnppincaH and Belief to
the Household
Than a
WHEELER & WILSON'S
SEWING MACHINE.
WM. SUMNER & CO.,
No. SO Main Ntreet, Wheeling, W. Va.
Two doors above earner Monroe street.
SINGER'S
MANUFACTURING
SEWING MACHINES
The bat and only reliable machine, for
TAIMRrXO.BOOT A-VD SHOE MAKING,
harness making, CARRIAGE
trimming.
And nil Manufacturing Purposes.
onaa?'SS! fU" lnfOrma"0n "?* kymoil
FREDERIC J. MORSE,
Xo. !>U Main Ntreet. Wheeling, W. v?.
j JJ"> ',OOT' o6??? corner Monroe street.
The Greatest Medicine of the Age!
KRAFT'S DIARRHEA COMPOUND!
The only Safe nnd Certain Cure for
d,auwiWSStflux'sum
Tub proprietors op this truia
Ilow offijr It to the
piiolie with a full knowfrdtit; of it.s superior
Instance, where the
&i^ya5S.,hc,iku,ofoTe? ??
Th'iS'i J2XF} ? "ves of I'unilrods.
Dmastts11,ove a ,,otUL"or ,i,e
?XeiR!^nil,dle,r "i." "n<> H Invnlttahle.
Jl? ,l:",ni1iy?''.ou.1<11)8 without it.
ijo not hesitate to try Kraft's diarrchea
death?'?'"nd prcvent P"l?. Hufforing and
UK AD THE FOUjOWIXO TESTIMONI ATS*
WIIKELING, April 25th, 1805.
take,?
vorable
Chaplain J5th W. V^Vnfttn'try.
1 "orsnsvti.r.E. Marshall Co., w. Va.
Messrs. MpCaijh, Kraft & Co., /sentfrmm ?
?Last-summer. lteingin Nashville. Tenn i
th????iiFd w,"h a&vore I>lan*hw?. Ftried
the remedies of several physicians, hut with
?n nffiL?S?0 ^Ils nd vised by my friends
?i??.. OIne' completely broken
r^?c and prostrated. Upon arriving at homo1
nound rSfHiSitr>* Kn,f!'M Dlarrhcea Com
pound. Onr bottle of it completeit/ etiretl the rlLt
***** mid restored my health. I nin Kind to re
fflffiTCSJH! va",a,)1? medicine" to all af
flicted with this terrible disease.
i ours truly, Andkkw Edwards,
t Mc^Abk, Kraft ?fc Co.. Gentlemen?
1 ^1? ^'rn,Ver 1 ,wa8 attacked with a vory
S;X?i82Warrhoe?? from which I suffered for
some three weeks. I tried various remedies,
but was unable to check the disease. IatlasiL
procused a bottle of "Kraft's Dlarrhcra Com
nnJl^fnr^ bottle entirely etiretl the tluteose.
"PH restored me to my usual health. I take
33aSE" " Wed
Formerly Master Machinist B. & O. R.*R.
*?(!F&*B\FRJ&T?* ?^wwSSSSi?vd??
?h?n all ord"*? "himM C,?n'- W
Kl,r,r e In Brtd8ePort hy WEST 4 MITCH
ma.vl3-6m
Notice to Tax Payers.
'W'S! of Ootleetnr Internal Revenue J
MOTic/fe" "oftM-xL
an,<! ^aWe at the following pia??
appro ,m?<t ?? madl^rThp llw m
? ? 28 * ^ And if any person shall n eel eel
Ik for more than ten days it
tSfff hffSUut>;of U,eelector orhls"tnilu
\?t ^ to 811011 Person a notice to be left at
"siwl place or business, or be
yjj mail, demanding the poympnt of snid
iax?, staUng the E%5?1tSSf
with fee of twenty cents for the iwuinir and
n ^Sh ?<>"<*.?nd with four t-^nts nfr
I ^U be at Benwood July 2Td, at Hounds
Jul.t-dAwtlaug2 Collector 1st Dist. w!Va.
50 ?rAGS
The Latest News.
BY TELEGRAPH.
Fire at Berkeley Springs,
WestVa.
:
Postponement of the Trial of
Captain Wirtz.
Father Walter & Gen. Hardee
Reopening of Post Offices in the
South.
John Minor Botts on Negro Suffrage.
Proclamation of Gov. Parsons, of
Alabama.
The M. E. Churcli South.
GOLD CLOSED AT 143 1-4.
Fire nt Berkeley Spring*, W. Va.
Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer :
Berkeley Springs, July 25, 18G5.
A fire occurred at Berkelej' Springs
this morning at 4 o'clock, destroying
the gas house, which was situated some
distance from the hotel. * The loss is
small. No other damage done. The
fire was accidental, and the inconven
ience will be only temporarj', as the
gas works will be immediately rebuilt.
J. T. Trego.
PoMtponeiucut or the Trial of i'nptniu
II?*iiry Wirtz?-Gen. I^ee ami other
noted Rebels to be tried at Norfolk,
in October?Gov. Perry and I?nir.
Green Pardoned?Fattier Walter and
General llnrdee?Reduction of the
Mimtimippi Squadron?Reopening of
Pojitofllces in the South?John Min
or llot 1m ou Xoj^ro Suirrajje?Troops
to be Paid off.
New York, July 25.?The Times*
Washington special hus the following:
The trial of Capt. ? Henry Wirtz, late
rebel commander of the Anderson vi He
orison, which was set for to-morrow,
before a military commission, has been
indefinitely postponed, and the Secre
tary has his case under advisement.?
The charge preferred against him, and
for which it was intended to put him
on trial to-morrow, is violating the
customs of war, the specification Deirig
that he refused the prisoners under his
charge sufficient food; fed them on spoil
ed and putrid meat; compelled them to
drink water in which had been thrown
the slops from camp and outhouses;
chaining prisoners together and other
inhuman practices from which they
died.
The next term of the IT. S. Circuit
Court is to bo held at Norfolk next Oc- i
tober, when the treason indictments
against Gen. Lee and other noted rebels
will be called up. It is understood here
that these will not be presented, but the1
President will direct nolle pros, to be
entered, and dispose of each defend-!
ant, us he proposes to dispose of other1
leading rebels who have been active
participants in the war, namely, by
putting them on long probation, ami!
then asaronditiou, precedent to pardon,
imposing such penalties and restric
tions as may be justified by the circuiu- J
stances.
Among the persons pardoned by the
President to-aay was Gov. Perry, of1
South Carolina, and Dull* Green.
The South- Carolina delegation has
gone home.
Gov. Perry leaves here to-morrow di
rect for his State to assume his otlicial
duties as Governor.
It is announced bv the few friends of
Father Walker that.he has prepared for
publication a paper intended to refute
the statement in Gen. Hardee's com
munication of the 20th inst. Father
Walker was known throughout the
war as one of the most uncompromis
ing malicious rebels in this community,
and from what his friends say of him,
his animosity towards the government
has increased rather than diminished
in virulence. It is from the rebel stand
point that he views theacts of Mrs. Sur- \
ratt, and determines her innocence.
The arch bishop of Baltimore has re
quested Father Walker to desist from
further discussion upon the subject of
Mrs, Surratt's guilt or innocence. The
refutation paper may therefore never
appear,
Tito Navy Department has directed
the reduction of the Mississippi Squad
ron to five vessels, including those at :
Mound,City,aud Admiral Lee has given I
directions for carrying the order into
ollect. The ordnance material of the
squadron will be collected at the new
naval ordnance depot at Jefferson
barracks. A large number of enlisted
men will at once be discharged from
the squadron. The Admiral returns
them his thanks and bids them farewell
in handsome terms.
Admiral Radford has sailed from
Hampton roads to take command of
the Atlantic Squadron. Tlio Malvern
is his flag ship.
Hon. J. Meigs, of Tennessee, is named
to-day as the. probable successor of|
Judge Catron on the U. S. Supreme
bench. The President tendered the po
sition to Air. Meigs, but the gentleman
has thus far intimated that he does not
desire the office.
The Tribune's Washington special
says a private letter from Matamoras
states that large numbers of rebel otfi
cers and men lately belonging to the
commands of Dick "Taylor and Kirbv
Smith, are joining the forces of Maxi
milian in Mexico. Tiiis action seems
to be induced by the high gold bounties
offered by the Imperial Government.
During the week ending July 22, the
Government has reopened forty-three
post offices in the South. Twenty-three
of them are in Virginia, eight tin Mis
sissippi, six in Tennessee, and three
each in Kentucky and North Carolina.
It is reported on good authority that
John Minor Botts will soon issue an
address tothe peoplejof Virginia,urging
them to vote for negro suffrage as the
only hope of the State for its admis
sion into the Union on terms of equali
ty with the other States.
All of the troops in this department,
numbering about 40,000, will l>e paid
off next week. About $41,000,000 is re
quired to liquidate their claims on the
government.
The government has forwarded in
structions to the eommander of the de
partment of Virginia, to reduce the
volunteer cavalry under his command
to two regiments. Similar orders have
been sent to the commanding generals
of the Middle and North Carolina de
partments, directing them to discharge,
with the exception of one, all volunteer
cavalry regiments attached to their re
spective commands.
New York, July 25.?A Washington
special says that on Saturday night
Gen. Warren made a descent on the
faro banks of Richmond, under Gen.
Grant's late order.
Gen. Grant left last for Saratoga. He
will soon take a voyage to Halifax and
the Canadas to be absent about three
weeks.
Indianapolis, July 25.?A banquet
was given to Gen. Sherman to-night by
the military gentlemen.
A soldier was mortally wounded by
the premature discharge of a cannon at
the reception to-day. Gen. Sherman
leaves for Washington to-morrow.
From Alabama?Got. Parson's Proc
lamation.
Mowt.k, July 22.?The Advertiser and
Register publishes to-day Gov. Parson's
proclamation. The Governor . reviews
the prospects and condition of the
Soutn before secession and the present
impoverished state, and estimates that
a hundred and twenty-two thousand
Alabainians were in the battle, of which
seventy thousand aredend and disabled,
hence the destitution that reigns now
where once stood comfortable homes.
Yet amid ruin, suffering and death re
sulting fVom secession every political
right which the State possessed under
the Federal Constitution is here to-day,
except slavery. The slave code is*a
dead letter and here lies the heighth of
wisdom for citizens to produce passible
results from the new order of things.?
Justices of the peace, constables and
members of commission court, except
judge of probate, county treasurer, tax
collector, assessors, coroners and mu
nicipal officers who were in office from
the 22d of May last are appointed dur
ing the continuance of the provisioual
government. Judges of Probate and
Sheriffs iu office since the 22d of May
last will take the amnesty oath and con
tinue to discharge the duties of the
office until others are appointed. Each
officer is required to take the amnesty j
oath and give new bond. An election
for delegates to a Convention, to asscm- j
ble on tue 10th of September next, will
be held on the 31st of August next.
From Texas-? SliMMotirian* Gone to
Mexico?Fi?cht ivitli tlic Indians?
M. K. Church, South.
New Orleans, July 24.?The Mari-i
posa from New York has arrived. A
Galveston letter of the 17tli says : The
total amount of cotton in Texas don't
exceed 60,000 bales.
The Houston Telegraph of the 20tli
says: The report that 10,000 Missou
rians had gone to Mexico is undoubted
ly a piece of nonsense. The entire party
is less than 4,00.
(pi the lath ult. two companies of the
Seventy-eighth Iowa cavalry, fought
live hundred Sioux, who captured four
men. Indian loss unknown, but thought
heavy.
The Times' Mobile special of the 22d
says: Bishop Andrews issued a notice
to the M. E. Church'requesting the Gen
eral Annual Conference of all sessions
this ensuing fall to elect delegates to the
General Conference commencing April
next, also requesting churches to meet
at Columbus, Ga., for construction.
Cotton dull at 41c.
From Mcxlco.
New York, July 25.?The Now Or
leans Times* City of Mexico correspon
dent says: "When Negrete fell back
from Mutamonis he offered Jeunizns
battle at Buena Vista, which ho declin
ed. Finding the Imperialists wore plan
ning to surround him, Xegreto retired
to Menulovs, wliero he divided his
forces, marching them in different di
rections, and Marshal Buzaine's combi
nation, which was to terminate the war
was frustraited. The war is becoming
every day more serious in tlio State of
Michorean, and a force of 1,000 has been
sent from Mexico to protect Merilia the
eapitol of the State. This has not bran
done however, and Count Fattier has
been censured and recalled for allow
ing Regulcs to defeat him. Col. Pauline
has also suffered disaster. The city of
Tula has been taken by the Liberals.
The town of Matchhtu had been storm
ed and the Imperialists lost 300 French i
troops. No quarters were asked or ?:
given. The States of Geanera and Chea- j
for, Eahiser, and the greater part of1
those of Vera Cruz and. Vojoea are in
the hands of the Liberals. President
Juarez is in undisturbed possession of
I Chehuahua. The bitterness of the peo
i pie is growing stronger daily; It is im
possible to collect taxes.
Note from t'ynis W. Field?Catilnnt
Heeling:?fiovernorPerry Itct timed
to Month Carolina.
Nkw York, July 25.?A note from
Cyrus W. Field, dated Ijomlon, July 11, j
says: "I leave . here Thursday, 13th 1
inst. The Great Eastern will sail from
Nore on Saturday,;l.r?tli inst. We ex
pect to leave Valentin about the 10th,
and to arrive at Heart's Content during
tlie first week in August. Everything
is going oil to our entire satisfaction."
The Post's Washington special dis
patch says :
A Cabinet meeting was held to-day.
Benj. C. Pressly was to-doy. appoint
ed Assistant Treasurer at Charleston.
Governor Perry lias_roturned to South
j Carolina to urge forward the recon
struction of the State government.
. The Charleston Courier cautions the
Northern peoplo against believing the
reports of the ill treatment of negroes j
in that State, and of disagreements be- .
tween the frcedmen and tlic late slave
holders. "So far as we can learn,"
savs the Courier, "the new system of
labor works admirably."
From New Orleans.
Cairo, July 25.?New Orleans dates
of the 10th are received. Merritt's cav
alry force are on the move from Shrevo
port to Sail Antonio. It is thought the
march would not be attended with
more than ordinary success, owing to
the inconveniences that beset the cav
alry through other. sections of the
Union.
A defalcation of ten thoussiul dollars
luis occurred in tne Commissary De
partment. Commissary Scott lost;
j money gambling, and had fled from
I Shreveport.
! One thousand bales of cotton arrived
at New Orleans from Ourallieta river.
There is a fair supply of cotton in the
market. Good ordinary 30<5i>38c; mid
dling [email protected] No sales of sugar or mo
lasses. Provisions quiet and un
changed.
j Order from the Secretary of War?
! The Freed men to be Treated a* Oth
er Citizen*.
' Washington, July 25.?The Secreta
. ry of War has ordered that to secure
! equal justice, and the same personal
! liberty to the freedmen as to other citi- i
zens and inhabitants, all orders issued i
by post, district, or other commanders, i
' ailopting any system of passes for, orj
subjecting them to any restraint or pun-!
? isliment not imposed on other classes, j
are declared void. Neither whites nor j
i blacks will be restrained from seeking
J employment elsewhere when they can- i
? not obtain it at a just compensation at
j their home, and when not lKiund by
i voluntary agreement, nor will they t>e
I hindered*from travelling from place to
r place on proper and legitimate busi
i ness.
The Uold Market.
New York, tTulv 25.?The gold mar
; ket is dull. The demand is almost en
tirely confined to the wants of iinport
j ers for duties. The "Bears" are quiet,
Sand the premium appears to be sus
! tuined chiefly t>y the large amount held
; off the market l>v the "Bulls." The
quotations opened at 143, went up to
; 143%, and down again to 143)4.
Memphis, July 25.?The Arkansas
land Mississippi "Bottom disease has
? broken out among the cattle,
, horses and hogs, and has been raging
for some time. The animals dying in
, from 24 to 48 hours a Iter being attacked.
. The supposed cause is poison from
black gnats, which were very thick
I some time ago. Great loss iii stock.
, The men are attacked with the same
disease from doctoring the cattle.
New York, July 25.?A quarantine
Of 30 days has been established at Char
leston of all vessels having aboard cases
of yellow fever, cholera, or other In
! fectious diseases.
Newburn, N. C.,i July 21.?Col. Da
vid Heaton, the Treasury agent is non
receiving at this point for shipment
North, a superior quality of copper,
which the defunct rebel Government
obtained from the mines near Charlotte,
N. C. There are also large quantities
of irony lead,- coal and sulphur to'be
shipped North. The gold and silver
mines.in this State are now being work
ed by .negroes* who are accumulating
fortunes.
Col.. Heaton is also receiving large
quantities of Confederate cotton, which
is forwarded North by every steamer.
The Raleigh Progress says: The na
tive element, including the aristocracy,
are growing more defiant every day,
and now openly threaten to hangUnion
men and negroes as soon as the troops
are withdrawn. The Progress says tho
troops must be retained, and every con
sideration of justice and safety requires
their presence in North Carolina as
well as the other rebellious States.
: Washington, July 25.?-One hundred
and eighty-four patents were issued to
I Prelimi nury measures are in progress
tor tho trial of Capf. Wirtz. formerly in
charge of the Andersonville military
{>rison. A large number of witnesses
lave already been summoned and let
ters are constantly received from thoso
who possess knowledge of the cruelties
practiced on Union prisoners by this
rebel commander.
A number of lending railroad moil
from the South are here 011 business
connected with their respective Com
panies.
Nkw Yohk, July 2.~?.?The Express
states that President Johnson antici
pates a journey eastward, and will l?e
the guest of an uminent citizen of this
city.
1 The Macon Telegraph, 18th inst.,
warns the authorities that unless at
tention is directed at once to the con
duct of the freedmen, the horrors of
the St. Domingo massacre will be re
enacted in Georgia and at Atlanta. The
Intelligencer agrees with the abovo
named paper.
Piiii.ADKi.rnia. July 25.?Altered
notes of $50 from $5's on the National
Hank of Iowa city, are extensively cir
culated here to-day.
New York Market.
New York, July 25.
Cotton?Heavy and lower; $40(a.47o
for middling.
Flour?More active and 10(y-25c bet
ter; $0,00(?i0,70 for extra State; $7,50(ai
7,75 for common to good shipping
brands extra round hoop Ohio, and
$7,80(0,8,75 for trade brands; market
closing firm, with no sellers at inside
prices. Included in salesare 2,000 bbls.
extra State for the last half of August
at $<5,75.
Canadian Flour?10(5/25c better;
sales of 450 bbls. at $0,70(0,7,tK) for com
mon and $7,20(a8,75 for good to choice
extra.
Whisky?Firm; western $2,11(&2,12.
Whkat?3(o,5c l?etter; $l,42(o<l,4f> for
Milwaukee club; $l,50(o4,51 for amber
Milwaukee; $l,00(<i$l,75 for winter red
western; and $l,9:i(a;2,00 for white west
ern. Amber Michigan nominal at $1,80
<ai.oo.
ltVE?Scarce and very firm; [email protected]
for western.
Baklkv and Barley Malt?Dull.
Coiin?Active and 2(<i.:Je better; 84(?85c
for unsound; 80&87c forsouiul mixed
western, closing very firm at the latter
price.
Oats?lc better; 01(o?3c for western,
inside prices for inferior, closing dull.
Coffer?Dull.
Sugar?Quiet; Porto Rico 13%c; Ha
vana 12(<i, l.'k\
Wooi.?Dull.
Petroleum?Quiet; 31(o,32 for crude;
[email protected] for refined in bond; refined fr**?
08(?i.73.
Pork?Opened heavy and lower and
closed firm; $30,0<Kar31,00 for new mess,
closing at $31,00 cash; $27,50(0.29,00 for
1803-4 do.; $23,5(Mo 24,00 for prime, and
$25,00(o-25,50 for prime mess. Also,
1,550 bbls. new mess for July, seller's
option, at $30,OOfo.30,75.
Hkef?Unsettled and more active;
$8,50(S)12 for plain mess and $l(K<tl4 for
extra mess.
Hkef Hams?Quiet.
Cut Meats?Very firm; 15(tL17o for
shoulders and 19>?f?.23c for hams.
llAOON?Dull.
Lard?Higher at 17'[email protected]*4e.
Butter?Quiet; 20(o<27c for Ohio and
2S(o,30c for State.
Cheese?Q uiet.
Money?More active and firmer at
6(0.7 percent.
Sterling Kxojianoe?Steady at 108-X
<S>109 for gold.
Goi.i>?Without decided change; open
ing at 143, declining to 142J6, advancing
to 143^, and closing at 143^$.
GovernmentStocks? Firmer; Treas
ury 7-30s, second series, 99%; 10-40
coupons, 96%.
K aii.ro a i) Stocks?Cleveland and
Pittsburgh, 67%. Fort Wayne 07%.
New York July 25.?Gold to-night
143 K.
Cincinnati Market.
Cincinnati, July 25.
Flour?Excited and prices so unset
tled that no quotations can be given;
$7,75<o.S,00 were ask?*d for superfine at
the close.
Whkat?Red was held at $1,85.
Corn?Dull at 65<o,0Hc.
Oats?Advanced to 54c.
Whisky?Finn at $2,10.
Provisions?Quiet; city mess pork
sold at $20,00. Nothing transpired in
bulk meats or bacon.
Lard?Firmer; 300 tierces butchers*
in old packages sold at 21c.
Gold?142(o,142M.
Baltimore Market.
Baltimore, July 25.
Fwur?Very firm for high grades;
city mills* shtpping extra $10,25.
Wheat?Advanced 5c; white $2,20?
2,30; red $2,05(5,2,15.
Corn?Dull; white 97(<i.98c; yellow
06<S.07c.
Provisions?Quiet.
Whisky?Sales on the spot at $2,10
| and to arrive at $2,17. ?
Xew York Cattle Market.
New York, July 25.
! Large quantities of Cattle are repod
|ed on the way from Chicago. Prices
, for tho best were 17c; good to extra, 10a
16%; common to fair, 14?15>?; inferior
! llrt 13c. The receipts was l?etter and
? more Cattle have been sold at 15c to 17c
.this than last week, which advanced
the average of all sales to 14><<il4%.
j Veai. Calves?Continues in very fair
demand and with a good supply. The
pric-iw are maintained. We quote, 7 n
| O^c. for common to good; 9% a lOJ^c.
; for extra to choice, and very choice at
11c.
[ Sheep?Sold steady throughout tho
week, the demand and supply being
| about equal, but at the close to-da^y
; holders were asking \?q. advance. AN e
quote extra at 6J^ a 6%o; good to prime.
5% a OKc. and common 5c. The supply
of lambs has l?een very much in excess
of the demand, and prices were lower
and heavy at the close. We quote at
7 a 7 XA per W>. .
Kwink?Have Holil fairly during the
week, principally to the retail trade.
Price* show very mile change. Hold
ers were not very confident at the close.
We quote corn fed at U%al2c, and still
at ll%?ll^c.
The receipts for the week were; 5,120
beeves; 131 cows and calves; 1,485 veal
i calves; 16,066 sheep and lambs, and 10,
034 swine, showing an increase of 40
i cojvs and calves, and 4,211 swine, and a
; decrease of 320 l>eeves; 300 veal calves,
I and 1,242 sheep and lambs.

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