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Arrival and Departure of Trains. erMns sr, tie aod d tiart frnnt lb. lnioa Pipot as Clleee: l '.ei'imti, ilttrnil'fm A'A Vaiton. ' es. .100 S ,T w-m s, m -i-rt r. m CI-'! rt w, Clnlini n eonmnilsiior, ria-tnn.fl M ol r)iin-i.ti niimm 4-.ttni V re. , Iwn-nA'St nn ft: IA S m ln-nn m R l n in 7:r.o p m 11 4!1 r. m Express etoc hi Mi'M;t''wn ti'i Hi inilton ftnly. t'tifntli- -mf (1-tat Wt'ttrn. Fs.tsrn Fvnre-. ...... 'n O s rn Gsliin Aocoinmndi'ian SliO a m )tifo t and Miehiqnn. rWf-SVO M l , Vvnn s m Ohiosgo and rwr it F.eeres B:nhp m taitm, A'cnfo aad CWemOn., Is-ten Express 1 1 lo n n " r m 4 nu p m IMS a m 6:20 p m a:ma m a. 20 a m Coln-nn. 4 -nm-nodatton e-nn r. m Es.i.rn K"rn 7:r,o p m Lwm rlrtfly et-3spt Mnndavs. ei-i-Jtj'V, ffcivroa ore! Cincinnati ae.dii.lre r.n 1ft: in a m liellerounlstn Acenmmo'lstlnn..,. 8:si n m .m p m ? 4ft p m 7:26 a m In lifl 1 1 Ob-i("iI "nd Daytun and Wtntern. HI. I,nla an-4 (ihlcnnn wl S:.n a m lt:S.1am Ttt-hmind vmmr'dston m St. Louis Kron. ft:ffl p m Datlon and Union. A",ommo'1".tx:' .v2.i a m Express S:On p m oun m 7:o a m fi 2.1 p in 9 a m SAMUEL W. KING, Agent. gtji?" We 'earn that the Street Hiilrn-id in Dayton will ha commenced next week.. The traps wl'l start at lbs hrarl of Main Strati, ron dnwn fain to K'f'h. ont F'fih to Wayce, and ont Wayne to Btchelor Alley near the hiil. Tue other lines will he c-rnnioed ai d completed as soon as practicable. Expectud The Veterans of the 1 1 1 b Reiriment O. V. I. tint, having heen paid off ailed to came, but are expected this evening, due notice of which will be given by ringing if the bells, Ao. Veterans calling on the Com. tnittea will be furnished lints ticket free. JOHN C. KEFABER, J. D. SPANG, J. A. STALEY, EDWARD PILATE, ' Bee'. A lane swarm of bees settled at the ilaoe of Mr. J, G. Breene, in Grcencastle, 'bich he hired at 8 o'clock A, M. and placed a good condition. Strange to niy at three 'clock the same day another swarm issued rom the same hive which ho again hived, Soaking two swarms fron the same stock in ne day. An almost unparalleled increase Within so limited a tin.". Merchants Exchange Turtle soup, lean soup ud vectihlo?) eervej up every ay at (rota one a half to ten o'clock Ft the lercbauls Excl.ano Spring Chickens, l imb, and every delicacy ft the season can be hal f.t any hour of lb a 'ay or evening. Medical Notice. V'i cull attentiou ic fbe card of Dr. Bin in, in our advertising Voluntas. Ue cures ameers, white swellings, 'pepi'm, and all oihi r chronic diseases that ' 3 Beh is beir to. 11a n II remai n in the city .1 it a lew days. U is room i are at the rbil os House. , Grand Entektaikuemt To-nipht, at Beck- Ball, Processor 3and, tba celebrated Ma 'cian and Ventriloq 'list, will give bis Bit tilertalnment In this ci'y. The exhibition r,ll consint of some of ihe most remark tb'e ; 4 id astounding (eats in Mafic and Veulrilo j jiism evrr wilnessed here or eUewbere sgical illusions, spiritual msnifestuiions and Jher leats never before attempted by any !e in his profession. A onng the many 1 dishing feats will be the "auspsnaiuti of ?.oy in the air without any ri-ib'o means of joport" ' running a sword through a boy" j.iltir g a boy from the floor by a s.ngla hair' j'Vuoning a large knife through the aim" ioiog fired at wiih a pistol and catching tbe 1 1 in his teeth" "breaking watches and uroing them sound" "magio bell and I" ihe "witch of Endor feat," Ac Prc Jior Sands offdrs reward of $1,000 to any 3 wbo will perform these feats in the man. - -'he dues. It will ha first class enter iment, worthy of a liberal patronage, and ill be given hnt for on- night only. ' ryboly should attend. Admission 6ft? Jlr cbildrsu twenly-Hve cents, OoDrsopeo - ( even and a half o'clock. J. NOTICE OK ATiACHMENr. 1 Cavil N'orri4, Pla'ni'1, fOotlleib Pntr, nrfeO'lant. J fTo J. a.Bllo, J. p 01 Duller Township, . Mnutxon.srr Co., u. ' the 17 h dy of "ay, A. D, NMH, stid .Iiisiiee tupl an r - Of sttschmsDt in iIim ahov mi. .l -r l lie sum i.f Suits. ins IS, leas .wsa David ttoseia. ,j FOR RENT. '.)oms with Power!! , " jl'oa f. tt . Tu r or John Rous , ma4d '5 $150 Agents Wanted n Bewinx Mi.lni. We will it1t eimmii- ; ii 'Ml mil niw-inima -U l, ur CinniOY !) t0 , pO'H for th bor wf . anH a I xpf.ii. pa.d 1 Hrs X. tt. IIKKRIN TON 4 CU.7 L"o"i i'ir.ir. Miot.iAiLn. 5AVR this dav a sooisled with me. In the Hons.. iriin'i, uniaa, Ul as a' Uuaaaaarar hil st 104 Thirl scaal. Ha v 1.11. (tin .. Mr J.,h a Fnso, my r irmar bona-kea r. Tha hnmiu. pouuua io ruiura uodar in. stf i. of .1. T wn r a , tna, MsreS s, ipa nv,4-t' A I 'I Wl II V f tray Iron Critsy xotae. ss np hy ha snb'IVr en h in h in.i i "V""! wia'vrR nanii r,'a . a' nut Riur old, ha a collar mrs. and a a Ana rtra hor. ri I" W K Kiwa hrMi and nna hi v7mw, w Mia warmsulvwa piss. Special Notices. JI o a t r 1 1 e rs to m a e la Rlttsri, Man wants a TONtO na unoemmon an Andevry yosr snd monti br ngi for h snw one. Which, a terrra-nmlnit Ihe stte wl h . ant, 'I as ae discovers to net -h'- trussae. O! sui'h ss the. let their eorerotersvsnat, I II nn the Rivrsst that hsve ore ill due won Thrworld'sgrpa tonUt, wh'ch no skill ran b fr I mem the matchless tirrrittS of UOS1 KT.SR. Doctors wars liv ns long blor. oH a lr-n, A'i 'incs. xoeeding lasrued, grsvn snd 'age i Hut Itia tnmschlrii in y are 1, m,n to fall n) bursa's cams not unt l (his la'er see. Now is the sis skt'c 'oiks sra msde lists In. And dr-s l ysopia drivmirim th'Msse. ilsues. rm'tients, hadaohes-r'Sl hs-l splinters Vsnish I ka smoke rxfore UOSTETiBr.' BIT TIR3. In Pitlstirshs-a they maile s p' as'nt e ty, Vsmous for furnsresaod coal Mtumineus, Whinh, though by day the may not bs deemed prsl ty, Mskcit iy elffhtpsrtiuiilsrly luminous. Bui fiiiT still ihe Bitter, made In pity Forthecomplsints tliatulse would be consuming us. I don't mean us, but those who, not being sorites Bitten re nuns to pni their frames to lights. UrrVts, tarkssnd roots compose the rare Infusl n; No min rsl pnHon ms s 'heir Ju'oss purs, Anl r;'s hil'tl esence holds them In solution. Tho isfr in j lenra t, the effxt is sure. N'er havs the Ditters yt proved a delusion j Tr. them in tims, sn 1 neslth and streogti seoura. The drucn .Isver figure en the Isbel, And limy, I ke him, to save Ihe weak are able. Humphreys' 8peciaca HuitpnBET's HoMoajPATnic SPECines had heir origin in a prent public want me Mcines for all I ho common wants of enlightened life c-ruUvei that fs.l.er, mjv'.er, nurse, or trav eler could always have with them, and always ruly upon so simple that mistake could not be mad n in the election, so harmless ihit all miht uu them with impunity, and soedicient 'hat all might rely upon them with safety. Such tbey have proved. Thousand of families use them daily for all tbe ailments and sick nesses of life, and turnly are seriously sick, or have need to call a physician. Thousands Inking some single specific, have cur,. J them iielvos of chronic diseases which hau been tbe bano of their lives, and upon which they have spent hundreds in vain, and among ibe million who use them, none are lound to quel lion their purity or eiTnacy. Every family should have a case. See advertisement. New York Ciliten, April 1st, 18C5. (top We think there is no medicine so effi cacious m removing humors from 'he blood as Scotii.l's Blood and Liver Strop. It is reenmnded by physicians in all parts of the country.for the cure of Scrofula, eto. Pimples or sores Indicate thatthe system is out of order Unls enm-thing is done to e'eanse 'he b'ood of these impurities, the reeu't may be in in n more serious d sense, inch as Scrof u'a, Svphiliile, eto Those who wish to Dnd a most efficacious remedy, and yet have r.o confidence in Patent medicines generally, will never regret a ttial of Scovill's Blood and Liver Svrup. It aback trill tlera. A Remarkable fact. That not a single instance has come to the knowledge of C. W Rnhncknfa failure of his Bitters to liv satisfaction in the thousands, of cases in which they have been used, is wnrihy of remark, and undeniable evidence of their intrinsio vir tue Try a bottle and read the advertisement. An Invulnable Expectorant. Pr. Uai.l'i BALSAM has received morr weiehty indorsements than any other Cour medicine hefor the ptiVic, comprising th names of Physicians end C'erivmen,it.iinp its superiority for thecureol CONSUMPTION in all its various Btnjres. IQy If vou wish a T'll '0 use in ynnr fami ly, we wmiM recommend Da Mott a VEnsra bi.e Liter Pii.ls. They can he relied on as possessing pc il'ar virtues, as thev are enm nosed of chemical veiable extrac's combip ng a'l that is medicinal in the plan's, with.-m introducing into the slomarh lb woodi mslter whieh causes pain. These Pills are nsed and hi"hlv apnrnved of by physicians. No Toothache M'dirine ever attained the popularity that Dr. Townslet'i Ikdiax Toothache Ahodyne has. It will not only core the too'hiche, sweeten the breath, cure scurvy, canker in the month, and gum-boils, but nothing can be nsei that will assist child ren in cutting teeth without pain to so good effect. Notions. NEW F I R M. TRU nMtrBfffii.. h nt.ri, into partnrv.hip. nndr th ftrm imnitt ot Cin, Ho?ir Hip,ni, '.'ula-i-i id Fnriatn in i Pomftiu Wotions. il nrr. 0nTfl, tI K4n"? Ooor1, ( No. Si69 and Wl, vt r?BJaUU afire.! I'S-lOU, VLIKI. J'FfV 0 rA1N. WM U. HlI'H.iKU. , LT. tndpKUfl o third Arm of Jchn C Plain, n L (utrlv on 1 htfi trfrt. rw rxittK-tctl to rail nntd stftltlo, Riif. lhntt hnvintv rltm mmn-1 ih Arm art riitt H to pr-f nt thr tumr (or pmym lit at to of nnupf, noi, Me aou xvi absi rt-rnnu tr t. MldawVra JOHN C. CAIN, 0 YESJ0 YES! tHRnnrWatined la a dulvlioanaod Auotoaar m -nr lonmoicinryoounty, aoi will oryaalta, M oftt-Das hiHfirviRa.may ha In demand. Praonwho ha not UkfnoutlicanM, will ba ( landed to. if thif vtolatt thalaw N. H. Ke-H.enf"J, mi! aoitth-MRt ofMIAMt. (Mr-l.ft w ih KtllN K IHEH, (r o. - DA M OLAY, Mimiilurr on Main alrrei. will h aMnHan. to. Col. OBUUtiK KltlkH. aualo-wlwoT LOOK OUT roa A HOT SUMMER! SOHfKlI.K.T'B PATENT ICKBKPO, lha best Re-r-lortir or fsmily use In lha Uoid Htsta.. Ah so. Bti-H UOOI.K (nr lieer . nd Oonrmon Bur, fnrs-,1 st maoufseturers' prtcps.at maylVdiw LANdbuN'S Maladreet. "TlJAROllHE F(K 8ALK J Medical. Dr. JOHN BULL'S CompoundCedronBitters Uteit and Mont ImporttntJ DUcorerj OK THR IHETEETII rEMTFRT t I I XT' WiAn'ivTi l m'v ..HmviY eonnevfH wtth J lha hiator of M TBRI MHIiIO ofthUn(td At-ts, o" pore 'nTorah'T known a a pioovVr tn Med ical Diaootary, than that of JOHlf BUtL.OF fUTSVTLLB,EIItTU0ET. "Hlo InlmlUhU praparatton ol A R A P AHII.L A haK long ntooA at th heai of tharnrioui oompouoda of that raluabla drug. Hi Compound of Wild Chrrr? haa become a tcnaehold word thrnaiTi'it, fht West and South. Hix Worm Lot en?, in Icon than Tar fter their inrduption At tsitieJ A rtpntition nw wid gprad tvi the continent of NORTH AMERICA But tht rsrownlnt: lor of hla lifa rmaf n to h at tamtvi in hla d'aioTdry, or Mthnr combination, 'or ha doM nol olmm to hrm brtBi thaHiaio' rrnf Oinaop, whirh ijtha hita of fie Buiura now offured to tba puhlto That hohor hv.onir ta thu nittTe inhabit anta of Oantral 4nfierl.'a to whom It virtu hare bn known f"r mo- n two hun'lrd tara Armwd with it tha Indltn bida df1anoe to thn moat doadlv malaria, and bandlna. without fear, the mot nnm oua arpata. It la a balief with tham, that while thAta if breath Io tha bodv 'h Oadron la potant to cnr. no ma(f-r wha 'hAdiaoaaa may ha. While Ur. Ru'lia not prarad to andoraa thia as tr TaaDt prei4Analon,ha la navarlbaleaa aatlMrtod 'rom a thorough rKanination t the evidence relation; to ita Ttrtuea, th t a a ramadv and D'evente'iYe ' ill diaeaaea arftlos; frnm espaure, elthr to ohanira of waatnar or ourzaie, ur to miaanmia iDnuencea,u atanda WITHOUT A RIVAL ! And tatlvdertrrea the renuUtlon ft haa ao Iocs en joyed in OentrjJ Amenoa aod tbe Watt Indiea, X1T DYSPEPSIA And ttaatiandant train of ymptom,lt act mora Ilka A OHAHM than a msdlc.ne. There la nnthlnf Id the whole ran e of Vitrei a Meila that nan for a moment bear a eomnarfaon with tt In thl- Hleaae, A Ail. account of tVa wonderfnl plant maj h fonnd In the eleventh edition o' the United State Dispell atory.nace 138T and A aenea of eToe-ima-it. in whlnh Dr Bull hai been fbr vear a waved, haa tit b"en trouht ton anofeta ful termioaM-n, and he fa nw enehled tonnVr to tbe puVieaimbtnUiono CUDflON with other annmved toni"a. th whole pi-eerv-d in th beat quality of oopoer distilled torirbon Whiaky, whtoh he la oonfl lent ha o e pial in tie world. H niffh f'irnieh a eo uma of ceriifto tea, but the purjio hare lotur moe learned toe-timate auoh thinea y thefr true value. The aa'eat Ian ia, for evry one toteatfor himaelf the nrtuea of anew medicine. QIV1 THE CEDXtON BITTERS ! INS TRIAL AND TOIf wu,L NEVER USE ANT OTHERS. Tt Is at esssrv to nuWish a lane list nt fllaass m-hl''ht'ios:r)'totl BITTERS area specine. In all diseaMS ot the BOWELS, LIVER OR KIDNEYS In all a1Tot-ons of the BRAIN, DKPKNDI'vO IIMW DERANGRMENT OF TUB STOMACH OR BOWELS. IN OOOT. RHEUMATISM, AND NEURALGIA, FEVER & AGUE Ii. riestlnerfia snnamade all other remedies. Itnot orly (tires these disasas, bill tt pravents thorn, A wroes'ssspf the tt'turs.ts'ien an hour Iwfora esoh meal, will thrista lh ill snoots n' the mast unhesttiy ollmste.ani sflraentheix sontakinii il aifauMt dl. .... under the most iryL .sposuro. OLD BT DBDCKJIIT9 OROOIM QESIIALLT "-ri). JOHN BI'LI, iPnnoinal OHoa, rtttn straat, LotilsniU, tfy SOLD VTUOLESALB AND RETAIL BT J. S. FRIZELL, AGEST, WBOL18ALB AND RETAIL DRCOOIBT, IIS Saooad stroal, Day too, Ohl Who also Mils ROLL'S SARSATARILLA, ' " RCLL'a WORM DKUTROTIIJ SsVMly :tI't:TONIC ITRUr By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. LATEST NEWS. EVENING REPORT. Additional Foreign News. nLirx June 10. The Asia from Liver pool 10 h tit'tt Q iff iisiuwii 1 1 tn arrived hers th'S momma wiih two dsjs later news China dates o' May T'h state ibat Americso Misisters' at Frkin and Jupsnere returning borne 1'hs cause not slated Tbe Array anil Navy O (rite referring; to the surrender of the last Confederate (leneral, sate that since this event the Ftderal troops have been broimht face to lace with French troops on Ihe H o Orande The same paper denounces wha it terms the bloodthirsty design of Fresideni Johnson, but ihitiks be wt.t thru k from tbe horrible proscription he threatens to carry out, when the lists of Souihetn men are made out. Tbe punishment ot the Huulhern leaders is already terrible enough, with tailure, rain, and exile. Sir Joseph Psxton died on the 8th, after a prolonged illness. W. H Rus.ell goes ont on (he Great East ern, to write an accout of the laying ot the Atlantic telegraph cable. The work will be richly illustrated by Mr, Robert Dudley, and published by Day 4 8on, of London. Cyrus W Field has returned to London, after visiting Valencia, to arrange for the lajing of the shore end of the cable Mr. Sundy is a passenger on board the Asia, tn route for Heart's Content, New Foundland, to get all reedy at Ibat point for tbe landing; of the cable. The Paris correspondent of the London Times, writing under date of Ibe 8 ill, soys : It isoertain tbe Mexican Agent, who arrived in Paris, was lent by Maximilian lor tbe express purpose of explaining the critical slate of affairs in Mexico The menacing attitude of the Americans and the fears of His Majesty that war would be declared with the Ut,ited Stales, was that the war with the Sonth was over. Tbe French Governm-nt has given the Washintitot.Cabineuo understand very plain ly, that Mexico is under tbe protection of Frauce and will i,ot allow any poser to at I at k il; that Bliibusteri and adventurer! entering Mexioan territory with hostile designs, will, if taken in arms, be hanged or shot without loss of lime or mercy, and that the United States Government, whose good faith Frauce of course does not doubt, is doing all in it. pow er tokeep her subjects from injury to her policy. Tbe Washington Cabinet probably baa no disire at this lime to be on war terms with this country, and will no doubt act pru dently in this affair, Tbe language and tone of France is what may be oalled decidedly enough. It may not be literary correct as intimated, but is substantial On tbe 8b inst., in the Corps Legislatif, M Jules Faverett made a speech strongly condemning tbe Mexico expedition. lie maintained that the position of Maximilian was precarious, and appnhei.ded a conflict with America. M, 8. Eefang demonstrated in reply that the position of Maxmiliao was In no way pre carious, and pointed out tbe prouren which bad been made in Mexico Tbe effective lorce of the expeditionary corps, hs said, did not exceed 26,000 men Io expressing him self relative to ihe apprehensions ol a coi 6 ct with America, tbe latter quoted tbe dispatch o President Lincoln, just before his uelan coolydesth, to show tbey need not be alarmed The United States, continued tbe speaker, now only thinks of eonsoling tbe widows and orphans of their civil war and do nol content plate the shedding on more blood of their frontier. Affaire in North Corollas. New Yore, June 20 Newborn dates to the U b are received. 'J be immense supply of rebel medical aud hospital nores, collected at Cl arloiie, bad been received there. It look two wetki to inventory them. Governor Holden thinks the enrollment ol lojal voters can be completed so as to hsve ihe S'aie Convention election take place by ihe midd e ol August, Th- K.leigh Progress says that there il a great ru.b of leee.sionisis to thai place 'o secure pardoo. Tbey come from all parts of tbe Slate. General Schneld and staff have gone to Raleijih io establ.sh bis beidquartere as Com mander of Ue D rartment. Funeral of the Joyce Children. Bostok, June 20. The funeral of the murdered children look place this morning, in the fhnrfh nf V ITnitv Vaainn PiUM Mrs Joyce, their tuoiber, was prrsrot, dis-' proving the rejort ol yesterday, that she bad ' KbUIUI IUSBI10- From Washington. Wasrikotov, June 20 A special to the New York Commercial says: Charles A. Paige, newspaper correspondent, has been aprointed United States Consul to Zeurich, Smitxerlaod. It is cor,6dently expected that tbe army will be reduced to one hundred thousand men by New Year. President Johnson is known to favor re-' trenebment, as a means for returning io speoie payment; suob ha will recommend to Con gress. Mr Seward baa been warmly congratulated for his foreign policy, since tbe publication ot his official announcement of tbe wi bdrawal of belligerent rights by France and Eogland from tbe defuuet Confederacy. Mrs. Surralt il seriously ill Ibis morning, Soldiers in New York. w York, June 20. The Post special N( There are now at the battery barracks about two thousand five hundred rebel prison era, most of whom show no desire to go South but are content with the rations end treat ment given them. A number are to be sent South tody There are about one ihon and on Hart Island. This morning tho Twenty-first Connecticut, just arrived, were drawn ap in line, ready Io march through Broadway, when some Cve hundred rebels, (torn Usrl Island, entered the gate, end lilting in front of them, went into barracks in Ihe rear of tbe regiment. No in sult or epithets passed between Ibe men, who had io recently been deadly enemies. The Seward Family. New Yore, June 20. The Washington Chronicle ol ibe 19th, says: Secretary Seward is slowly, hal sural, regaining hie health and will soon be able to at end to his official duiies Frederick Reward is likewise improving, we are pleased to stele, and It is the opinion of Dr. Wilson that he will rejsbla to et.jny a ride nut in about a week. We regret to .late that Mrs Secretary Seward is quite iM with intermittent fever. Surgeon General Barnes il attending her. ' Release of Prisoners. Boston, June 20 Iwemy-seven prison ers who were captured "n blockade runners were released from Fort Warren this morning, after taking tbe oaih of allegiimce. Recapture of Dick Turner. BaLTIMoke, June 20 H chmniid ap'rs of Moiidsy say that Dick 'J urner, late ot Libhy Prlron, wsa recaptured on Sunday and is now in one of the cells of L bby. A. H. Stephens. BntTox, June 20 A soldier acting as one of tbe guards over Alexand r U Stephens at Fort Warren, informs the Traveler that ibe late Vice President of the Confederate Slates spent a great deal of time in writing, and has already prepared immense rolls of manuscript, enough IO give a complete history of the rebellion Ue also reads considerably, and ench morning spends force lime in singing, which be does with a good voice and much feeling and spirit He maintains a proud and hauvhiy air, and stands upon bis dignity, manifesting no desire whatever to converse wiih any one while taking his daily walks nprtn the ramparts Ue, however, does not hesitate to express occasionally, his dislike for Jefferson Davis; and for that matter so does Pos'master General Reagan, who is kept in an adjoining cell. Confeds Suing for Paidon. New York, June 20 Tbe Pou'e special says tnat nearly all of the rebel civil officers are sueing for pardon About sixiy civilians have been pardoned by ihe President. Gov. Habn has published a card, in which he declares that the Legislature of Louisiana adnpted the Constitutional Amendment abol ishing slavery, the reports Io lha contrary being untrue. FORENOON REPORT. Affaire in Charleston. New Yore, June 21. The Ueraid's Charleston correspondent says : Tbo delegation Irom South Carolina to Washington whose arrival was announced yes terday, will ask an early appointment of a Provisional Governor lor that Slate. Their first choice Irr this position is ex Governor Aiken, aid their seoond General Gurney, Post Commandant at Charleston, The laie Secretary of the Treasury, Mr Trenbulru bas been arrested al Columbia, and taken to Charleston and placed in confine ment. Charleston had again assumed a business like aspect. Tbe work of rebuilding tbe portion of Ihe city destroyed was in active progress, and the wholesale merchants were rapidly disposing ol Ibeir eloiks of goods. Purcha sers Irom the inletior are cjniing in iu large numbers. Heavy mortality was prevailing among the negroes in Charleston. Admiral Deblgren bad issued bis valedicto ry to the ctlio rs and men ol bis fleet, and was ti ecied to sail for tbe Norib luimedi ately on board of ibe Pawnee. Ii is eaid (bat iheie are at least oik- hut drtd thousand bales of coiton a:ong ibe line ot ihe railtoad beiw.en ChaiUsiun and Colum bia awaiting ihe completion ol lbs line, to be lorwarded t market. MISSISSIPPI SQUADRON REDUCED. Orders have been i-suej reducing Ihe Mississippi squadron to fiiteen vss.els Act ios K nr Admiral S P. Le will remain in command wiih Lieutenant Commodore E Y. MsCiain, J J Cor n well and J P Kosier, us his Division Commanders Ihe Gnvi rnment boats are left at ibe mouth ol Ped River, a I ol Ihe Mortar Vessels ai d nil ihe Iron cleds except the Uetmee.ie anu Mirsouti are oid,r ed tu Mrmptiie, atid will at once he put out ol commiesion. All ibe other vessel now in ihe iquadron will oe sent up to Mound Guy iuimeaialely Toe lemp-ai xiil hereouer beiheflig ebip o' the qu,.dron Among Ihe applications lor pardons to day was ibat of liisbop Lynch, tbe 'Jxtl o'ic l)i. hop ot Charleston, noted hemiofore tor his bitter and most ultra opposition to the Gjvertiuent and tbe Union Toe petition is drawr up and Mgnrd by Bishop Spauldmg ot B.ltimore and by the B shop of Buffalo. he tone of tbe petition is exceedingly bum ble and penitent. From Washington. j j Wasuixoton, Jui.e 20. Caieford Conoveii the Canada correspondent of tbo Tribune, a witness in ibe assasaination case, and about whose 'salety some solicitude was recently lelt, arrived here ody, and will be again laced upon the stand as a witness before the iiliiary Commission. Tbe quadrangular figbt for tha Governor ship ol Alabama, between M.ssrs W. U Smith, of Randolph, E Parson-, of fa.ledegs, D H Bel; bam, ol A i he us, and D C Hum phreys, ol lluuisrihe, has preieuted the ap pointment of either Mr Humphreys has lbs advantage of being Chairman of the Com initlre on Resolutions at the first Union meeting in Alabama, held at Uuntsville, a year ago last wimer. Mr. Paisons appears to have tha largest number of influent al back ers, and his appointment Is conbdenily ex Seeled on Io morrow. Honorable 11 orate laynard, of Tennessee, is here in consulta tion with the President lie is much talked of in conneaion with the vacancy on ihe beach ol tbe Supreme Court, caused by the death ol Judge Catron Judge Sharkey, of Mississippi, ai d Attorney General Speed, are also mentioned in the same connection General Grant commenced preparing his report of bis recent campaigns to-day, aod will probably submit them to the War Depsrl mst,t during the week Mrs Wm. II. Seward is lying dangerously ill. The Secretary was absent from the Cab inet meeting today inconsequence, and Mr. Clarence Seward was also detained from the Depailmeot, General Dix has been ordered to Montreal on Govrrumant business AFTERNOON Sailed. BosTos.June 21 Tbe Africa sailed for Liverpool lo day, taking on speoie. Hoi J. P. Ua'e and faml y, L'niird Stales Minister to Spain were among ihe passengers. Sailed. About the Charleston Delegation. New Yore, June 21. Dr. Maikey,' tie well known Charleston Unionis', pronounces Ibe delegation just arrived from that eny to confer with the President on the snbjecl ef the employment of freedmen in South Caiolt Da, composed entirely of original secesionist, and rebels throughout Ihe war Ha regards their coming as an impudent Insult to the b niter mate. Deacher Mrs. Seward. Pnu.ADrLPniA,Juns 21 A special dispatch from Washington to the Evening Telegraph, snnnueees the death of Mr. William H. Sew ard's wife. Edmund Ruffin Dead. WiminnTox. June 21 Edmund RnfBn, of Virninia, who fired tbe fir si gun on Fort Sumter is dead He committed auioide uear Richmond on Saturdny last by blowing his head off with a gun A memorandum book was Inurd among his papers, seys the Rich mond Republican elating that he cnuld not live under the Government of the United States and that hs prefered death to doing so. Dayton Market. DAYTON June 21. FLOPR Rert wheat $7 007 60. WHEAT II 201 32. CORN 60. OATS-40. RYE 40. BARLEY 75 BEEF I5fa20. BU I'TER 20(i125. CHICKENS 35(0)40. EGGS 20c p r dos. OHOCrXIES RETAIL PRICES. TEAS 12 60 COFFEE 3537c per pound. SUGAR 18 COFFEE SUGAR 25 per lb. CRUSHED SUUAR-25cper lb,-MOLASSES-fl 4()1 601 60 per gal lon. SYRUP-fl 75. RICE loo per lb. POTATOES-ll 251 oOperbu.b' APPLES 12 002 10. LAKI) 20. CHEESE 20c. STARCH 12Jc per lb. 80APS 15o per ft. TOBACCO $1 00l 25 per lb. SHOT 2630o per ft. LEAD 20o per ft. WHOLESALE PRICES. Oorroctod oy O'Brien Brother.) TEAS 11 60(3)1 80. COFFEE 30(a32. SUGAR 14(a)20 COFFEE SUGAR 20(3)21e per lb. CRUSHED SUGAR 21e per lb, MOLASSES II 20(3)1 26 per gal. KlCE-12i13fopetlb. LARD 2l)a,22. TOBACCO 70(3)1130 per lb. SHOT 13 754 00 per sack. LEAD l4o per lb. DRIED APPLES 81J. BUTTER-1 8(3)2 io. CHEESE 17J18J3. STARCH 9(a)10o per lb. SOAPS 13(oil7 per lb. SWEET POTATOES-12 002 10 per bushel. r HAY Timothy I20(3i25 per ton. Cincinnati Market. CINCINNATI, June 21, 1865. FLOUR Superfine country brands are held liirmly at 5 60. Trade brand, o' Exira are in moderate rrquest from tbe local dialers 25.6,75, and Family is being sold at WHEAT Tbe market for Rssd closed quiet at 1,40. For White we quote as the ..king fwure 1 60.1 66 for Onto and Indi ana, and $1 65aI70 for prime to choice Ken tuckt, hul mucn lower prices womd bare to be Ho.'pp'ed to sales to any exieut, CORN Prime Ear is being sold to a moderate extent to the retailers at 63 65o What is clased as prima shelled, can nou be disposed of at over 60o OA 1 S The receipts of Oats continu. light, and sales could be readily msde at 67 6tfe, hut I. older are generally atkiug a lunber advsni-e, 68 69o RYE Prime samples were off led at 78c without bo ers. and loroed sales, ould not be msd at over 75o. BARLEY I he marke. for Barley remains null aod i ominal. WHIaKY Whiskey is onchanred and quiet. Tne sales were confined io 225 brls. at 12 00 GROCERIES There is a fair jobbing de mand at 311.33 lor f.ir to choice Rio Coffee, 13,18 lor Raw Sn.ar , 20o tor Hard Refined, and I 15al 18 for New Orleans Molasses. 10,S Linseed Oil is in lair demand et II Small Ion are being sold from stores at II 03 u, ; 05 Lard Oil is held at II 60 1 65, nut tha demand is only esoderate. R. fined Petroleum is 63a70a Tobacco Sales. Sales to day ol Leaf Tobacco at Bodtnaoo's Warehouse were as follows : lal5,l at 6 ; 2 at 7 ; 1 at 9 60 ; y at 1 1 76 ; 1 at 20 60; 2 at 22 60 ; 1 at 23 ; Mason Coooiy L..f, and Trash-2 at 6 ; 4 at 1 1 , t at 1 4 ; I al 16; I at 18 26 Sou'heru ludiaua Leaf and Lu. a 1 al 8 50 ; 1 at 10 25 ; 3 at 26 25 1 at 2H 60 Also forty boxes Ooio, Kamu ky and Virginia, al prices laogibg from 2 60 to 16 60. Receipts moderate. New York Market. Yore, June 21 Cotton, dull 40a41 Flour, dull for com grades, 16 10a 6 20.'orextra8tate, aod 6 75.7 90 for round hoop Ohio, Wheat, firmer 1 70e 88 amber Michigan ; II 40 lor Milwaukee club. Rye dull and heavy at 1 26al S5 ; Corn, 1 sj bailor at b0.87o. lor mixed Western Oat, 2 better with sales at 70a75 cents for western. Pork, firmer at 127 374.27 60 for new mesa, 18) 50a21 60;fof '63 and' 4 18.19 for prima. Lard, lower 15ial8e Whisky, quite dull at 2 02.03 for westera. Petroleum du Hal 36 cents for orods, 49t60o. for refined in bond, a6870c for freoj Dressed Hoes ouiet at 17al7 for western; Sugar dull at 17(018)0 for Musoavado; Butter 81a 35o for Ohio; Cheese quiet at 15a24c; Beef quiet and heavy; Cutmeata dull. Eggs im at 27a28c. New York Stock Market. New Yoax, June 21. Gold opened 140 closed at 1 4 1 f : S'fx ss dull ; money 6.6 Reading 94) ; E-ie 75) ; Steeling Exchante 18; Chicago, Burlington (j nncy 108; New York Cen-ral 92 ; United States six-a of llfl) ; 6 20 s registered 113); cou pons 103, new issue 103 ; 10-40 eoupoae 9tJ i