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wvwummam i tub daily, Ttu-wJbuLii n imii anr. Meniaf sr arrealaf, T anaa, P I BVO t 1 Mm 1 tU'Want A ... It.sr. nlin M 100. TleUy, 4sUnn4 by Oarriaf, (Morulas, at nvsa- ui sa cat. ner im. ri.Wtl. IIU ansa aer week. Addl NEW ADVERTISEMENTS I&-A. SIXGLK BOX OF BBAXD- BKTH'8 FIX LB contains Bin Ttgetabl. MtlK. tive matter thaa twenty boxes of say pills lathe westd Mto; Bfty-Svs hundred physicians ths be Is their practice to the exclnsiOB of other purEattvee. Tka first UtUr of their valus g yet nndr appreciated. When they are tetter trserva, sadden dth sad eontlaued sickness will seeftaepast. Lt thoM who know tbeai speak risks estf la thaie taw. It Is a duty wMck will Mil lib. Oar not It subject to a rodaadsacy of vitiated turn at this saasnn. ud It is as danserous m It la prevalent; but Binadroth't Mis afford aa Ural- aakle and emcisnt protection. By their occasion alsjatwe prevent the eotlactioa of those tapuri ties wbioa, whan la suiBcieat quantities, caaae ao muck daacsr to the Body 's health. They soon ear Llvsc Complaint, Dyspepsia, Lou of Appetite, Pala la the Dead, Hrartbara, Pais la the Bresat boste, Basse Feiataeee aad CoatWeaesa. Sold by all rsepertaote dealsrt la Medkiaea msylOrBU: ; PAXHXXG UOrSG OF JAY COOKE & CO., Corner Wall at Xama-itg., If. T. IK CONNECTION WITH OUR Bosses ta rnUadslpkie and Washlartoa, wt have opened a HIW TOBK H0U8I at abovs lo cation, aad ofUr omr asrTicas te Baaka, Banken, and lavasters for taatraaaasttoa of their Business 1a tale etty, lnoladlni; purchases aadealee of Got. unaR sscuamsa. Croons, Bosos, as Cots. Weanconitealy repreeeated at the Stock kx ehaace and G-Id Board, where orders ssnt as are promptly ailed. We keep oa bead a fall eapply of Oarenment Seeeu-ities af all lames, beyiax-nad aeUiof at current prions, aad allowing correspondents tbe salt liberal rates tbs market eabrds. JAY COOKS a CO. a lfcBU-DetWeod , DEAD HEAD, Or, la other words, heade whose oaco glorious iocs aave Withered and Whitened, can la e few moments be re-clothed with ell their . toniirri iTiimiK, by a eiafle appllcatloa of that woecvral talisman ... - CBISTABOBO'S HAIS STB, vtixslee akleketa and aaoaetachea, ladlai' carle lata which the aaow of age aae preaiafarel drift' ad, aad nd, eaaay, er whitey-arowa heir, reseira, aa If by augla, the rareet ahadea of Nack or brawa Croat tale hatmleee botanical hair darkener, Baaa alactand by i. CBISTADOBO. Aator Hoaea, Bew Tork. Sold by Sranlete. applied by all Hair Dreamt.' aMylO BlB-PaVW-eod REDUCTION IN PRICE. rn.i American Watches. Made at Watf tham.ltlasa. IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE BE CBITcraat decline ta (old aad ellrer aad all theawterlale need la tbomenalactnreof oar good, aad ta anticipation of a etlll farthrr decline, we haye redaoed oar prleea to ea low a polat aa they can be placed With t14 at Par. aa that ao oao aeed heeitate to bay a watch now treat the expectaUoa that it will beoheaperat aoaae fntara tiate. The teet of ten yeare aad the aeawafcetare and tale of - - Blare thaa 200,000 Watches hare ffrea oar prodnctioBa the Tory hlgneet rank aawag tlaM-keepere. Ooainieodnf with the do tarattaatloB to audte only thorongfaiy exoelleat watib.t. oar baalaeae ha. steadily tacroaaed ai the pahlie lun.a.. acaaaiated with their seine, aattl, Jar aiaatha tiajeihn, wa hare beea aaable to eap ply the deasand. We base repeat' dly enlarged oar sectary bnUalags aatll they aow oorer oser three acres of gTowad, aad give eceoamodatiOB to more thaa eight hnodred workmen. We are rally Jaatlded la etatiag that we aow aukeafOBB TBAB ONB-BALP OF ALL TBI WATCHES BOLD IH THB UNITED STATES Le different grades are distinguished by the Fol ia wins trade-markl engraTed oa the plate: L " Aawricaa Watch Co.," Walthaas, If aa.. t. "Appletoa, Tracy A Oa.," Welthan, Mess. S. - F. 8. BarUett," Walthaas, Mass. . " Wat. BUery. a. ODB LADIES' WATCH of Bret eaality Is named "Appletoa, Tracy Co.," Wei than. Mate. . Oar next aaallty af Ladle.' Watchee ie aasaed "P. I. Bartlett," Waltaaai, Meat. Thaee watches ere faralahed la a great Tarlety of aiaee aad styles of cases. The Aawrtcaa Watch Co., of Waltham, Mast., BBthorlaa as ta state that without dletinctloa of trade amit-e ar price, AU the Praelaete af their rattery are rally Warraateel. to be the bait tlase kaepera of their claas erer itathlaaraByothereoaatry. Bayersehoold r that anllke the gaaraatee of a foretga t who eaa aerar be reached, this waraatee It good at all ttntee agalast the castpuy or their agaata and that If after the auat thorough trial, any watch shocld proTa'defectlre la any parties. lar, It auy always be eachaaged far another. As the A tsorlcea Watches made at Wei la am, are for Bale by aeelers generally throaghoat the coaatry, wedoaoteolteit ereersbr slngU watchea. CAFTIOB. The pabtlc are eaattoaed to bay only af letuetlatl. dealers. All persons Belling coaatarMtt will be prop. a tot, . .. BOBBINS A APPLETOA, Ageatt for the Aauricaa Watch Oompaay, BMylfeBlO-aaaVW 1W Broadway, H. T. AX EUEdAlIT ASSORTMENT OFPIAXOS FROM 8IEIXWAI SONS', - CHICKERISfl A SONS', Aad ether rellehle Btakaraj Jut rerelsed. MASON HAMLIK'S CABINET ORGANS Waaletale aad retail. - Pl&ios and Organs for Bent. Tee heat laatrasteate am the world, at lowest prices. " ' B. BKAI?TAK1 BOXS, BylO WararoonM 103 gnperlor-ot . NtTICX To all wbobi It mj ton era. At a regaler meeting of the City OenacU of the City of cieeelaad, held Xay a, uaa, the Mlowiae; reeointioB wee adopted. Tie : ataolreeV That la the opinion of thle Oonndl, It te asoaid oeseeeery to grade and latproTa Minne sota etreet in aceordance with the plans and pro tie efaeid street la the City OirU Euclaeer'e Otloe. Any penon or pereoae dalniiag daaaacee bf reason of eaid tatproreaseat, are hereby requir ed to ale their delete In writ! as with the City Oterk wlthla tre weeks froai the tret pobllcation of tije reeolotioa. or he forerer barred front Aung mmj wwi '"".ne himii inereior. v). S. HILL, City Clerk. may 10 318 Mey 10, 1M6. rOTICI Ta all whom It my ton- ami At a raralar ataetlniof the Cite OoaaaU at the City of OleTeland, held May t, 1S60, the foUwlns reeotation was adopted, sis : AWeed, That la the opinion of thle Council It b) in aid aeceeaary to grade, paea, aad InproTe aperier etreet, between MennBtental Fork and arte etreet ; alee, ta grade, pare, aad improve rmattart street, anweea Seweea and Water streets. Any person or persona claiming damages by reaeea of each gradieg and paxleg, are hereby notified that they are repaired to Ale their olaime la writing with the City Clerk, wlthia lee weeks from the I ret pabhcatlon af thle notice, or be for ever barred from tllag any claim or reoalTine any damages therefor. . C. S. HILL, City Clerk. May 10, 1M6. msyllr.31 'itAEEIAGE AND CELIBACY. Aa Essay of Warning sad attraction for Tonng Men. Alee, Dteenoee and Abases which prostrate the Tital powers, with sure mease of relief. SeBt tree sf charge in eeeled letter enselonea. Aadrem .i. BhlLLlil BOCeSTOS, Howard Aeeoeia- ttoa, Philadelphia. Fa. asayio-sai Tnoataa Gregory, Pl'f.'t Before Wells Porter, J. se. - (.P.. Cterelaad townebia. Wm. Oaee, Wi. J Cnyahoga Coanty, Ohio. ON THE 7th DAY OF MAY, 1866, aatd Jaetice tened an order of attachment ta the Bhere actios for the sam af slxty-tix dollars aad sfTenty tea eests. THOMAS fcBSOOBI. Wat. T. TOrsLET, Plalatlf s Attorney. Cterelana. May t. IMC. smylo-ai awfre MIME moras. Chens I 1 01 elect 1 f re- frast! Toar tsotssrery has it. HABBI a CHAPM AH, at a. ere, Bo. , meylftlt W. a. Wixht. ti K. 1 - Before Well. w - va. J.l.,ef Otehtadtowa. TisesiaaOs, Imf'ta. ) aaiy, Cayshogn Oe.,0. ON THE 25TB DAT OF APKIL, lSH. said Jsstlee asased sa srdar af eataeh. saent In the abote action for the earn ass hnsdred sna aiaetj ss. lis aouers aaa tntrtyoerr eente. w. a. WittHT. Wat. T. TOTIStET. P1aiatiB-t Atterasr. . Chrreiaaa, Kay 8th, WX, . msylftji, ttwgs I " T! evelaindi A F.Iornin Edition. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1866. VOL. XX-NO. 109. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS . II GRISWOLD & CO. 2IT Superior Street, Are openlteg the mot baa.nt.rul tv?ortment of SUMMER Dress Goods TreWIrdlaCteT(Ujid. HaTiog tKratrfat then t ttt low prioM we re ble-to rive oar cnitomeri pecttu bavrnint in mnj 01 ibe uooae. f e k tvttoaitioa. to or Mixed Poplins, for Suits, Organdie Muslin, . Plain Jacconetts," Plain Percales, Printed Linens, : Hernani's Grenadines, plain, Grenadines, figured, Black Grenadines, 34 and 8-4. One thossaad different pattorn. of err 1 mac, Cochico, Spragne, Aadathsr ehjlcs brands of American Print to select from. B. 6BISW0LD & Co. f17 BUPEHT0R 6TBSET IOK SILK AT 11 CTI0X n Tuesday, MT 15th. ftt 10 A. M.. t 41 Oroeoti street. Spaa of Horn, Wagons and Harnee; aleo Horn and Cart. Bale posltlre. Terms caab. 10-314 FEED. K1MBERLT, Ancttopeer. PKISI'S HUB BKXEWKB-Stops Hair from felline off; reetorea Gray E&ir to oiifftnal color, and 1b aannertor drfsnine. For aalebv CllL'KCIllLL k BROTH BR, mjiv I'M uptario eircei. DUMOXa CKMKST-For mending hrohea Crockery, Glaeeware, Fancy Artlclee, Price 2t cents. Tor sale by maylO CHCBSUILL A BBQTHEB. A. SHEPARD & CO. Art ctoeiof oat tblr entire etork ot FURNITURE, QBIATLT REDUCED PBICE8, coBeiiting of Parlor and Chamber Sets, TetesaTete, Sofas, Lounges, Tables, Chairs, 4c. ahort erery deetraMe arlely of fashionable sera. We Invite all those deelroo. of par. choline, taeall and examine theae roods, as it sill the la;t opportunity of gelticg our cn.tom work. THE STOflK MUST BE SOID WITHIN THE BUT SIXTY DAY 8. aMTOnr store Mo. 1S1 Water Street will he tor on or abont the At st of June next. "lUilitp D. A. 8HEPABD A CO. olden, Clarke & Wilson, 108 Public Square. BIBLES ! SABBATH SCHOOL BOOKS ! Music Hooks for SABBATH SCHOOLS ! HYMN BOOKS. PRAYER BOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS. Monograms Engraved ! French and English Stationery Stamped to Order. eyt 18G6. 18G6. LAKE SUPERIOR LLE. rnHK MAGNIFICENT, STAUNCH and reliable STEAsT ER3 named beiow, make DAILY LIME hetweea Cleveland and De aaa ait Forts on Lake Superior, Commencing, their tripe on the foMowinr days, and making reeolar TWO-WEEK TBIPS through season, each steamer leaving Cleveland erery alternate week on the day. named below, at 6 o'clock P. X.: KEWEENAW,. ..Capl. Stiwabt, Hod day. April 30th. HOBTSESN LIGHT. Capt. 11. H. llcaca, Taeeday, may let. CALDWELL Capt. J. M. tisria. Wed Dee day. May 2nd. IBOMSIDES, Capt. J. .Tirana, laareaay, may ora. DTJBUQTJK, Capt. McLcaa, Friday, Hay 4th. XISEBAL BOCK, "aft. Jxs. McKaT, satnraay, m ay out. rfiON CITY, Cept. Jko. Baixabos, Monday. May 7th. LA BELLE,...MM....Capt. Jko. BrAlbnto, Tuesday. May bib. METEOB, dept. T. Wilsox, Wednesday, May th. ILLINOIS, Capt. B. O. Swirr, xonrsoay, may loin. ONCOBD, Capt. A. Mclirrraa, Friday. May llth. CTSHMA)I,.-Capt. H. W. THoarsos, 8atanlay, May 12tn. The trie to Lake Bonerler la the most oeantifol health.giTlng on the continent; le oyer 2,000 milee In extent, through l.kea and river, onrar saeeed for heanty of scenery and general attrac For nerticalars res-ardlua the ratee o-pseeajre. secsring of Btateroome for the trip, Ac, ad : GABBETSON A CO., Cleeeland, Agents tor the Meteor, 8. D. Caldwell, Cash nun, and Mineral Beck. PETT1T A HOLLAND, Cleveland, Agents for the Ironsides. Keweenaw, IUinoia, and Iron City. BOBEBT HAKFA, A CO., Cleveland, Agents for the Lee La Belle, Hortnern a.igbt, uoncora and Trnboqoe. ap.15 SEWING MACHINES. WHEELER & WILSON Sewing Machines! 305 Superior Streert. WM. SUMNER & CO. "ap:?SB Aorvra. SCALES. FAIRB4RV SC AjLES --, 0 ALLKIIDS, , Isdading fiallroad. Bay, Coal, Stock, Platform. Ooaster aad DrnggUt Seals. . . . Alee, Iron and Brest Beams, Baggage Barrows, v. vr"i etc , ialrh.Bs,BsiS8ACs- MB 1 Superior 8t t'levrland. O XTJia fifisbBt-eood aad tUfaa: - iatasVHIiAaisVTfl. mil jam ?. Ji J.l jntgJiintlil ton in he of for as the are of and will was lelt the sion on the his and was by his to so DAILY LEADER THURSDAY MAY 10, 1866. stl For Evening- Edition Sewi ee inside. I For Morning Edition Newa aee outalde. 8. M. PiTTaaan.L a Co., Newspaper Ad Tertising Agency, 37 Park Bow, Sew Tork, and 10 Stats street, Boston, are agents for the Liadxk tn those cities, snd are agents for ail the newspapers in the United States and Canada. They are snthoriaed to take Advertisements at the same rates that we charge at this office. THE NEWS. GOLD closed last night at 129. SacatrABT Sewabd left Washington yes terday for New York. The health of Governor Morton, of In diana, is improving. Bmxca" hat sent an agent to Nickajack Cave, near Chattanooga, to secure some an tiquities there. Gixebal Sickles declines the mission to the Hague, and will remain in hi; present military command. Tee President yesterday had an inter view with a delegation of Southern minis ters. A child in Kew Jefferson, Iowa, was fa- j tally peisoned a few days ago by chewing pieces of an enameled paper collar. Thdelow W. Blows, a well-known lec turer on temperance, and editor of the Wis- ton tin Chief, died at his residence at Tort Atkinson, Wis., last Friday evening. k A whole family ware poisoned last week. in Iowa, by bating wild parsnips, suppos ing them to be artichokes. Fortunately only one member died. Ose hundred and thirty horses were roasted to death by the burning of the sta bles of the St. Louis Street Bailroad Com pany, on Saturday last. A sigbo who was arrested at Frankfort Kj., on Monday, for rape on a little white girl, was taken from the jail - on Monday night, by a mob, and hanged. A bot, named Conrad Koch, committed suicide in St Louis, on Wednesday, because he was chastised by his father in presence of his sweetheart and other' spectators. "Sihce the destruction of the cows in Eng land, they are importing goats from Ireland for milking purposes. Some of them sell as high as forty dollars each. Gov. Beowh, of Alabama, has issued a proclamation designating the 17th of May as a day of fasting and prayer, in view of the approach of cholera. The Spanish Admiral who bombarded Valparaiso has written a letter to the Span ish Minister at Washington, giving his ver- on of the affair. A GAits of horse thieves, who have long nfested Washington county, Alabama, was broken up recently by a joint civil and military force sent against them from Mo le, r Chablkstox is to have a new weekly paper published in the French language. There are many persons in that city to whom the French tongue is more familiar than the English. Miss Stebbixs, of Chickasaw county, Iowa, has received an appointment as No tary Public for that county. She is the first female ever having received such a com mission. . - - Accoedino to the Cork Examiner, upward of five thousand persons are awaiting ship ment to the United States from Ireland. Two-thirds of them belong to the middle and farming class. A gee.it council is to be held at Fort Lar amie, about the 1st of J une, between a Gov ernment Commission and the Indians of the plains. It is thought that 20,000 Indians will be present A large number have al ready gathered at the appointed place. A invitation was recently extended to Charles Dickens to read before the Queen, which he declined, with the remark that he was not willing to appear as performer where he cottld not be received as a gentle man. A tobxnoo passed over the neighborhood Carrolton, Miss., last Saturday. It ranged through the southern part of the country, was about a mile in width, and lelt not a tree in its track. The largest hickory and oak trees were blown np by the roots, or twisted oS near the ground. There is a post-office in McDonough county, 111., through which only two letters passed each quarter, for the last two quarters. They consisted of the corre spondence between the Postmaster and the Department The last letter to the Pes partment announced the Postmaster's adhe sion to the President's polioy. The railroad drawbridge across the Cum berland Biver, at Clarkville, Tenn., was completed on Saturday, and at five o'clock m. the first tram passed over it sines February, ISO J. The road will be puBhed on as fast as possible, to make connections through to Memphis. Soxs of the citizens of Philadelphia are taking action for the purpose of properly providing for and educating Willie Deer ing, the only survivor of the Deering family, so inhumanly butchered. The poor desolate little boy is left entirely without means. The death warrant tor the execution of Probst on Friday, June 6th, was given to the Sheriff of Philadelphia yesterday. The prisoner announced to his confessor that he believed death was the only expiation for his crimes. He arrived ia this country three years ago yesterday. Mb. F. C. Kiltox, of the firm of Kilton, Bancroft t Co., wholesale grocers, an old and highly respected citizen of Columbus, was seriously and probably fatally injured by falling from the third-story window of his store on Tuesday morning. Several bones were broken, and hit recovery was regarded as hopeless. The battle field of Franklin, Tennessee, where Hood's men iell by hundreds snd were bnried, baa been rented by the pro prietor to freedmeB, and is about to be given, to the plow. Every Southern State has its . -. : xi.:. cm . ,. represeuuiuvv ui tore neia, ana Weir friends are endeavoring to secure mess s to remove the bodies before the traces o f the graves are trampled out 1 Tl . 1 . IT r . i ecereuurgB, a., a tew aays sf o, some bigots set ere to a achool-hoosa ay, which colored children are taught Tb Index of that city is indignant at this ct of vio lence, and says that the citisens. in general reprehend the act one gent'.en ian feeling so deeply interested in the matter thst he started a subscription for a now building, and headed it with five h androd dollars as bis share in the good wort A TXRErsLX tragedy took plaee on Mon day m a court room at St Lomis. A man named Bright had been lined $100 for committing adult ry, and was about paying the fine when h r husband drew a revolver and shot her 'trough the head, inflicting injuries whih mar Drove fatal. After shooting hi j wife. Bright turned the pistol against h sswn bosom, bat was foiled in his tteT.apt bA suicide, ."' ' ! ' A si"j0Ca difficulty is at nreaeni ferewinr netwswn the faculty and students of Hills dale) College, ifivb. The StS'thrrd gays that the trouble is in consequence of the faculty making a rule requiring that the literary so cieties (of which there are four, two of gentle men and two of ladies,) should admit ne per. son of the opposite sex without permission from the faculty. To this rule the societies, each and ail, refuse to submit, which has resulted in the expulsion and retirement of several students from the College. A Mas. Cbaswicx, of Waterloo township, Iowa, who lost a child a short time ago, which she imagined died from some neglect of duty on her part, arose from her bed a few nights since, kissed her remaining child, visited the grave of the dead one, and then drowned herself. There is said to be no ground whatever for the self-reproach of the mother. A vxbt delicate surgical operation re cently took place at Pitts field, Mass. An infant was born with its nose and upper jaw united in one common mass, and void of upper lip, but otherwise a pretty and well-developed child. A physician operat ed upon it, taking out one-third of the jaw, dissecting it from the nose, and making a good upper lip. The baby is now in per fect health, with a very handsome nose and lin. At an election of the Toledo Library As sociation, on Tuesday evening, the follow ing gentlemen were chosen officers for the ensuing year: C. A. King, President; H, Bennett, Vice-President ; W. H. H. Smith Secretary ; T. W. Holman, Treasurer; John Sinclair, B. A. Wason, J. H. Doyle, IT. Wat erman, F. B. Dodge, W. A. C. Converse, E. Jackson, M. A. Scott, C. Tweedy, Trustees. Last Sunday a man named Nichols, his wife and two children, residing at Drury's Landing, on the Mississippi, near Musca tine, Iowa, attempted to cross the river in a skiff, but the boat upset and Xichols was drowned. His wife andchildren were pick ed np alive by a steamboat Earl Russell and Mr. Baneroft. The oration of Bancroft on the birth day of Abraham Lincoln has attracted such general notice, and his censure of the course of the English government has ex cited such an outburst of indignation on the other side of the Atlantic, that the cor respondence between Earl Bussell and Mr. Adams, the author of the oration, which we publish in another column, will be read with universal interest Sir. Ban croft has, we think, very completely sus tained the allegations to which Earl Bus sell objected, by his citations from the cor respondence of that gentleman when Foreign Secretary of Lord Palmerston's ministry. On another point, which has aeeasioned much more criticism than this, Mr. Bancroft makes a complete explana tion viz.: the seeming discourtesy of thus severely condemning the course of Eng land and France before an audience in which the representatives of these two powers were present as invited guests. Mr. Bancroft says that he regarded the occasion as one strictly American in its character. He was invited to address the two Houses of Congress, and these only. Addressing mem, na expected to speak freely of Abraham Lincoln and of the events which he had shaped, and which had shaped him. To speak of the course of England was almost as unavoidable as ta mention the rebellion, and to condemn the one as just and necessary as to con damn the other. When Mr. Bancroft came to "Washington, after the oration had been written, he learned that Sir Freder ick Bruce, the British Minister, was to be present. He at once informed that gentle man that his oration would be severely critical of the course of England, and left Sir Frederick to decide whether to attend or not. That gentleman chose to be pres ent, and upon him rests the responsibility. The Island of Long Point, or Lake Erie, stretching in front of the County of Norfolk, was sold on the 4th, by public Turbut, of the Crown Lands Department, auction, on a Government land sale, Mr. officiating. The lots were sold in parcels ranging from nnder one hundred acres up to three thousand two hundred and thirty seven. The lowest price per acre obtain ed wsj SO cents, and the highest price $1.05. ' Thejury in the case of George E. Gor don, whose trial for the murder of Owen Thompson, closed on the 4th inst. at Schoharie, X. have brought in a ver dict of guilty of murder in the second degree, and he has been sentenced to Clinton Prison for life. Over 400 Students are now in attendance AT TBX TJaTOB BcSTHESS ISSTlTt'TB, OsEBLIH, OHIO. Why Is this B vanrEBS Couege so popular ? Be cause all its instructors work fs sonxoay, and it stands apon its merits without trusting to the ataxic of a "chain " or Bmmbug 44 Associations, Without 14 ansae " the nemo of any other Butlne College, It la meeting with success unparalleled in ths history of such sohoola in this State. Bemem bar Tie Union Business Institute Is located at OaKBLnt. mar21 A nice lot of Premium Sugar Cured Uanu and Shoulders; also a lot of Prima Quality Canada Beans, for aale at reduced prices, at BLOCH NEW, majK.lH 77 Biver street. Potatoes AU the varieties, by the car or boat load, at 50 Merwis street. my5;21 J. O. SIMMONS A Co. Anetlsn Kale. A stock of Frs.h Dry Goods will be sold to-day fThuraday) at Auction. by 0. Cutter A Son, at their Auction Boom, No. 134 Bank street, sale eommaneiog at 10 o'clock A. M. A shanco for bargains, as they wiU be closed ont without reserve. may 10:313 Seasoned Wood. A choice cargo of dry Canada Wood Just received at YATES' WOOD YABD. mevl0:31 Cholera t Cholera I 1 It is coming I All should be prepared to ward It off, not only by thes adoption of proper sanitary means, but by having: at hand some effectual remedy for ready use whan the dreaded dl tease appears. It is the opinion of eminent shysicians that most cases of Cholera cava be teUlIy cured if a pre per remedy ia used early. Sash, s remedy wa sew offer to the public is ths article of" Dr. J. B. Hitler's Caiversal Magnetit Balm, with the fullest confidence ta its remedsal qualities as a Preventive snd Cure for Cholera. "Jt has bees thoroughly tested, and we apeak advise) I ly when we commend It to the public aa the set t knows remedy for Cholera and Bowel Complains t. D. BANSOM, A Co., Proprietors. Bowes A Tscesbbu, Agents, HomeUsrille. m.ylO::B14-DTetW Prof. II- Attdersom's Dermaslsr ia s Li quid for External Application. A Tadrsable Chem ical Combination, discovered by s celebrated Chemist. Warrssted te care TnHeanBsetiiis la all as of Wounds, Bruises, Sprains, Istnammatory' Bneumattsm, Bronchitis, Swelling, of the Glands. Inflammation of tbs Eyes, Broken presets, Froaen Feet, Chilblains, Piha, Pint pies en the face. Bee Stings, and all Sores ths human, flesh la heir to, Oa nones and Cattle It cannot "t excelled for the cure of Galls, Calks, Sprains, Wesecsls, and all hurts on animals. It never falsa to cure if used al directed. D. BANSOM CO., Pissn-lestora. Bowxs A TsnmsEU, Agents, HorneUrrllk. -maylo.BH-ITW Lightning Calculations. In three let, tons, at tbe Talon Business College, corner 8 per lor street and Public Square. Lemrs Prof. Ortoa'a Lightning Method of Computing Interest, Multiplying, Ac, Ac. A class wiU befonacda the CeUege this evening at S T. Jf Tuition: SS. ProC Orion, the Great Interest Compel fetor aad Lightning Calculator will teach s dees at the C&loo Business College ea Superior street, this evening, at 5 P. M. AO students, entry clc wks and business men should attend. -Tuition S3. ,t mayl(- Peach Blow Potatoes Tor sale In bnlk by carload. In barrels ia quantities to suit pur. chasers, at f.8 Merwlnstreot. mavS COTTBBLL A TlICKIT, Flonr of rnbnrnt Bone, manufactnred by the Bosten Milling and Manufacturing Co. This Is acknowledged by ths highest authority In the country to be the very best Fertallzer for all Agricultural and Horticultural purposes in use. Circulars containing directions for use, testimo nials, Ac, seat free to)l applicants. To be had lhis section only of B. H. STAIR A CO., mays f Late J. Stair A Son Grape Boots. Cottcord, Catawba and Isa 8 BENNETT, bella Tines. Enquire off Ejst Cleveland. msy7.312 r Everr day affords new proofs of ths peculiar effeets of Boback's Stomach Bitters in cases where a disordered stomach, liver and bowels, la com bined with great debility, nerrons weakness, and intense melancholy, there can be nodonbt but it Is sure panacea. For Breakfast lor Dinner. For Sapper. New Bermuda Potatoes ; new BermeJa Onions; new Bermuda Tomatoes. Tour Grocery or Market man can get snpplied st BEBMCOA PRODUCE COMPANY, 120 West Street, New Tork. may7 fSntrar f 'tired llama At 50 Merwia street. may5;?.lS J. G. SIMMON'S A CO. Charity eTospltal At an adjourned meeting held last December by a number of ladies and gen tleman, to consider the question ol establishing a Charity Hospital for the city of Cleveland, Com mittees were appointed to tuke proper messnres to organize such an instltntloa and ropsrt at a fntnre meeting. These Committoes will maks their reports at a meeting of those friandly to the enterprise, which will be held at the Court Boone, on Thursday evening, may 10, 1EC5, at 7 o'cloek. AU persons interested In this object are Invited to be present. L. M. HUBBY, Chairman. GEO. A. STAKLET, Secretary pro tern. Cleveland, May 9th, 18?e. majDtSlI Its fieoricia, where Sherman's army made sweep of all the carriages, the ladies now go visiting in carts. They call them esrtee d rirre, and console themselves with the thought that they are in the height of Ik .hioo. In the Korth the ladies do not take consolation so mneh from fashionable ("') riding in carts as from asing Wolcott's Anatihllator, which relieves their tortnres of Nervous Toothache, Nervous Hojdacbe, and Neuralgia in three minutes, and cures Catarrh In 12 weeks. Bold by all druggists. msy9 Fresh Ground Family Flonr We keep the Peninsula XXX Family Flour, made of choice amber wheat, for sale at wholesale and re tail la barrels or sacks; also wheat, corn, oats, Ac. at Noa. 21 and 23 Merwin etreet, Sexton's Block. GOODMAN A BB0KAW. Cleveland. May 4, 1865. msy5-313 rnlversailst Church BeT. D. BACON, Pastor. Opening Services to-morrow morning and evening in Garrett's Llsll, southeast corner of the Park. mays Flower Seeds. We have ready for sale a large and choice collection of Flower Seeds, tbe growth of 1865, which we wiU send by mail freo of Postags. Catalogues will be sent on application. B. B. BTA1K at UU., marl3 Late J. Stair A Son. Paper Collars of every pattern, made of the Soest linen stock, consisting of Gray's, Hatha way's, Troy, National and the Pertigny style. MACKENZIE A FAKSUS3, StannfactoTers of the Parisian Yoke Shirt, marl7:B13 14 Pupuc Sonars, Cobb s new Block. The Parisian Yoke Shirt, manufactur ed exclnsiTely by Messrs. Mackenzie A Parsons, No. 14 Public Square, In Cobb's new Block, lata patters of Shirt is the only stylo now worn in the city of Paris. Its great peculiarity is its perfect adaptability to all forms of the human body, the St being perfect. marl7:Bia Tbs Best and Cheapest Horse and rattle Medicine in the World. Walter B. Sloan's ImproTed Condition Powder, The great standard medicine for Horses and Cattle, for ths curs of the various Diseases to which Horses and Cattle are subject. Csed throughout tbe United States and Canadas daring the last 23 ybars. SLOAN'S CONDITION P0WDEB A. THE LXB.QEST SALE OT AHT HottSE AMD Cattie MantcixE is this couetbt. It it com posed principally of herbs and roots, and for mild ness, safety, certainty and thoroughness, stands pre-eminently at tbe head of the liet of Horse and Cattle Medicines. The fact that the sales have steadily Increased for the past avs years, without any advertising, Is a suCcient testimonial in their favor. In Horse Distemper, they wUl allay the fever, and promote a healthy termination of the disease. One powder and a part of a box of the ointment will, in all cases, cure the Horn Distent per in a cow, two are sometimes required for an t. Special Notice. In sU eruptive diseases, and such as originate in an impure state of the blood, as Poll Evil, Fistula, Surfeit, Scratches, Ac, this powder Is of ths utmost Importance to remove aU Import on! ties or taint from tbe system, ana tons prevent a return of the disease. WALK KB A TA i LU It, rropnetors. PBICE 85 A 60 0T3. FEB PACKAGE. For sals by Droggiitsjnend Merchants every, where. STBO.SU A ABMoTHUHa, mtrtS;B14 WhAlasals Agents. Eanltable IJfe Assurance Society, of the United States, 92 Broadway, New Tork. Cash Accumulation, $2,000,000.00; Annual Oih Income. Sl.0Ofl.000.00 purely mutual. An. anal Cash Dividends. This Society hare ao. termlned to declare their dividends aasrcaUT IB caih. The next dividend aill be declared Feb rnary 1st, 1867. It Is believed that no company in this country will be able to present greater ad vantages In Its dividends to persons assuring tnau cols Society, as Its total expenditure to Income was less than that of any of the older American Comsaniet. and its new business for the put year ft ,23,000) exceeds the new business of any Hew Tork ComnaUT in nay previous year, i me twen ty has met with bnt one loss in this city Mr, 'hilllp I. Price, who was insured three years ;nc for t5 000. His heirs received the amount of his policy (85,000), andadiTidond to the amount of 13T3 10-00 In cash, within ten days alter proois were delivered to the agents. Proposals for insurance or for agencies apply to THAYIBS A MlNSON, General agents, Nos. 1 and 2 Park Building. may4 Cleveland, Ohio. Wm. E. Saunders, M. D., Homeopathic PhTsldan and Surgeon. Omce No. 191 Erie street. between Euclid avenue and Prospect street. Bcs- tdenoe 149 Prospect street. Office hours from 8 to 10 A. M., and from 2 to 4 and T to9 P. M ap27:326 Uentlrmra'a Shirt I.annUry. In a few days we snaU hare our Laundry in operation for tbe express purpose of weening uentiemeo Linen snd thus enabling them to nave tnetr shirts and colls rs ironed equal to new. MACKENZIE A FABSOBa, BT.nnfaetarera of tbe Parisian Yoke Shirt, 14 Public Square. marl7:BlS Horses for Sale or Exchange. A pair of line young horses.. ..Will sell or exchange for good single horses. Inquire at J. LUVCTT Stable, Cbamplain stre-t. apt ecntlemem's Fnrnishias; Store Now pen st 14 Public Square, Cobb's new Block, where can be fband erery variety of Furnishing Goods, consisting of Shirts, Collars, Drawers, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Dressing Gowns, Lanes, Suspenders, and aentlemen'a Toilet Goods, all made of the best materials. Trade furnished at wholesale. marl7:E13 MACKENZIE A PABSONS. Steel Stamps and Stencil Brands, of every description and style, manufactured at 195 Ontario, Hurlbat's Block, Bear Buildings. tnayS:B15 A. H. PIPEB, Fanrv Cabinet and Wooden Toilet Articles, of tbe moot tasty style, manufactured at 195 Ontario street, Hurlbut'a Block, Bear BuDdlngs. A. N. PIPEB, mayS:Bl!) Mechanical Jobber. . Use Bala Water; to Prevent Cholera. It has been fully ascertained, says the report of s Trench Gpsimistlon, both st Paris and elsewhere, "That rais water ia a prophylactic, (or sraventive,) of Cholera, and that the disease has sever proved sn epidemic is any city wncre rata water is exd naively used.'' The celebrated Kedxie Water Filter removes front rain or hydrant water all organic matters. gatsea, color, taste or smell. For sale by I pSfc33t-eod W. P. FOGG, LATEST NEWS BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES. The Valparaiso Bombardment. The Spanish Admiral's Version. Probst to be Huns Jane Slh Mrs. Davis Fears her Husband's Health Will not Hold Out Washington ' News and Rumors. From Washington. Washington Items. New Yore, Hay 9. The Commercial's special says: The Secretary of War has ordered General Terry in regard to the President's peace proclamation that it does away with martial law in Virginia. Spain and Chill. An official decree from the government of Chili declares that neutral vessels which communicate with the ships of the Spanish squadron, or which furnish them fuel, pro visions, ammunition or any other supplies, will not be permitted to touch or land at any port of the Republic. me Department ot state has been om ally informed by the Spanish government that fossil coal, the product of the mines of Chili, is declared to be contraband of war by the commander of the Spanish squad ron in the Pacific, but will only be consid ered contraband of war in case of its being dispatched from Chilian ports for the ene my' ships. The Post's special ssvs the debate m the House indicates that the third amendment the Constitution as proposed will be stricken out. Messrs. Fessenden, Sherman and Horgan of the Senate Finance Committee are known favor tbe loan bill' The Commercial's special says the Senate Finance Committee has agreed to raise the salary of the Treasurer of the United States to $o,uuu, ana tne pay ot the Benate uerk Postoffice Contract. The PostefSce Department has made a contract for the carrying of the mails from New Orleans to Mobile and back, daily, in suitable steamers. Also to carry the mails from New Orleans via Galveston to Indian- ola and back three times a week, in suitable steamers. Telegraphic. encourage telegraphic communication be tween the Unites States and the West In- ia Islands and Bahamas. It crovides that the Internal Ocean Telegraph Company, in corporated nnder the laws of the State of Kew York, their successors and assigns shall have the sole privilege for fourteen years to lay, construct, maintain and ope rate telegraphic and magnetic lines or ca bles in and over the waters, reefs, islands, shores and lands over which the United States had jurisdiction, from the shores of r lorida to the Island ol Cuba and Uanamas, either or both, and other West India Is lands. The Company shall at any time give the United States the free use of said cable to a telegraph operator, of its own selection, to transmit any message to and Irom its military, naval, and diplomatic agents, and the Comrianv shall keeD all ita lines open to the puolic tor the daily transmis sion ot markets ana commercial reports and intelligence, and all messages, dispatches, and communications shall be forwarded in the order in which they shall be received, and the Company shall not be permitted to charge and collect for messages transmit ted through any ot its submarine cables more than the rate of $3 50 for messages of ten woras, subject, nowever, to the power ol Congress to alter and determine said rates, provided that the International Ocean Tel egraph Company shall within the period of three yeara from the passage of this act cause said submarine cable or cables to be laid down, and that said cable or cables shall be in successful operation for the transmission of messages within said period of five years, otherwise this grant to be null and void, and (.'engross reserves the power ot any time to alter or repeal the above act. The President and the M. E. Conference. ence The President to-dav, by appointment, gave an audience io the delegates of the uenerai uonierence oi me meinoaisi Prot estant Church, now in session in George town- Korth Carolina, Alabama, Virginia, Maryland and tbe District ol Columbia only are rejireeeuteu, it. unyiug uocu boiu , . : . i . i : J tbat tnose appomtea irom tne oiser ooutn- ern States had not the means to pay the expenses of travel. The presiding officer of the Uonierence mtroaucea tne delegates severally to the President, and remarking that they naa unanimously aaoptea a reso lution to come and pay their respects to him. Alluding to the hery ordeal Uirougn which tha Southern rteonle had Dassed. he needed not to remind tne President of the difficulties which environed them, and to the poverty nnder which they were sufler ing might be ascribed the small num.' ber of members and delegates present at the Conference. lie might continue his re marks but he feared to trespass on the Pres ident's indulgence : he, however, prayed that the blessings oi Almighty God might rest upon the fresi Jent, and tnat tne Liora would give him the requisite wisdom and strength to perform nis important amies To this the President responded with an enthusiastic Amen. The President thanked the delegates for the compliment which they had paid him by tnis visit He trusted that the prayer they had offered would be heard and answered by the power to which it was addressed, and that all the honest efforts of the Conference would be crowned with success. He hoped that the day was not not distant wnen peace ana prosperty wouia ne restored to onr nnot The Freedmen. Official reports of the Assistant Commis sioners of the Freedmen's Bureau to the Commissioner are now being received for the month of April. They show a continued improvement in the relations between the white and black races in the States lately in rebellion. The freedmen seem to acquire a more correct notion ot their responsibili ties as well as privileges in their new char' acter of free men, and where they conduct themselves inoffensively 'ie whites are be coming more disposed to treat them civilly and deal wttn inem. New Quartermaster's Depot. Jefiersonville, ISd., has been announced as principal depot in tbo Quartermaster's Department in place of City Point, Vs., dis continued, capt. ll. v. iiutneriora, a. M., has been placed in charge of the depot. Pardons. pardon to be issued to nine persons to-day two from Louisiana, four from Mississippi, one from Georgia, one from Alabama, and one from Tennessee all property owners to the amount of i'i',uuu. General News. Sentence of Probst. Philadelphia. May 9. The warrant for the execution of Antoine Probst on Friday, the 8th ot June, was read by the Sheriff this morning. The Evening Telegraph says that the prisoner received the an nouncement quieuy, seemingly cuurviy uu moved. He had previously told his Con feasor that he believed death was the only expiation for his crimes, and he was willing to suner. nu vciauu v;n hereafter be allowed to visit him. To day three years ago Probst landed in this Secretary Seward. Habeisbbes, Pa , Msy 9. Secretary gew ard passed through this city to-day enroute lor new a oi a. Secretary Seward. Court Item. Bostos, Moy 9. In the Supreme Judicial Court in the case of the Atchison & Pikes' Peak Bailroad Company vs. H. G. Wheeler for the alleged misappropriation of $200,000 worth of bonds, the arguments of the Coun sel closed yesterday and the decision was A New Trial Ordered. TLurmw. af sv 9. In the case of monwealth vs. P. O. i. Smith, convicted perjury, the verdict has been set aside, ana a new trial granted, on condition, that the defendant's counsel agrees, in writing, allow the testimony of the principal gov ernment witness, accessed since iuv diet, to be wea m ww rerare trm14 Health of Jeff. Davis. Fobt MoiraoE, May 9. Since the arrival of Mrs. Davis here she has looked after the failing of her husband s health, and enter tains serious fears of his ultimate recovery should he be attacked during the coming summer by one of his periodical spells of lutertuitMint teveror congestive cniiia. ine general health of Mr. Davis remains com paratively good, and it is only the long im prisonment that he has been subjected to and the many anxious fears and donbts which have weighed so heavily upon his mind that have produced a very noticeable change in his appearance during the past year. No Session. The Grand Jury which was to have met in Korfolk to-day, has held no session as yet. From New York. Steamer Arrived. New Y'oek. Mav 9. The steamer Colum bia, from Havana on the 5th instant, has arrived. The French steamer La Franoe. arrived at Havana on the 5th for Vera Cruz, with troops. i ive men were killed bv the explosion of tne Doner of tne noating dock at Havana. General Dulce was still at the Isle of Pines The gunboat Stars and Stripes had arrived from Philadelphia. i ne neat was excessive at Havana. The news of the bombardment of Val- pariso, and the sailing of the fleet to destroy Aalloa produced considerable excitement. Governor Parsons. Ex-Governor Parsons of Alabama, U. 3. Seator elect from that State, will speak by invitation, at the Union League Club Rooms to-morrow evening. Discharged. John Lambert who was arrested charged with being connected with the San Fran cisco bond robbery was discharged to-day. ine commissioner holding that there was not sufficient evidence to hold the accused for trial. Injunction. Judge Barnard has granted an injunc tion to restrain the Health Board from re moving the stands in and around Washing Arrival of Treasure. The steamer Kew York brines from Cali fornia over one million dollars in treasure. XXXIXth Congress WASHINGTON, May 9. HOUSE. . of to The HOUSE proceeded to the consid eration of a special order, being the consti tutional amendment reported irom tne .re construction Committee. Mr. BE00MALL, of Pennsvlvania, aaid it was to be expected that the joint resolution would receive opposition from the unrepentant thirty-threo. It was, therefore, useless to waste argument on them. It was also to be expected that the six new Johnson converts to Democracy would vote against the measure, commenc ing with the gentleman from Kew York, (Raymond) and ending with the gentle man from Kentucky, (Smith) who had the isease m its mildest and most amtaoie form. On them, too, argument was useless ; there must, therefore, be 39 votes against the measure, and he wanted there should be more. So far from treason being made odious, it was the most popular institution of the South. Treason has been made pop ular, and loyalty has been made odious. Mr. SHAKKLIK next took the floor in position to the measure. Ha said the first proposition contained in the measure struck at the reserved rights of the States. Those rights which the founders of the tltut.oK baliavad to b. oasp.ntial to the existance of the Government. It proposed to strike down these rights and concen trate all power in the general Government. The second proposition disfranchised the people af the States which had gone into rebellion until the chains of oppression could be riveted on them through all time to come. If these people submitted to the terms sought to be imposed upon them, they ought not to come back in the Union and ought not to cold place or position as free American citizens. They might have been destroyed, but their history howed them a not inferior people. They had been overcome by numbers, but not by superiority in wisdom and bravery. He admitted that they had erred, but they had believed they were right and had acted on that belief. Mr. RAYMOND was the next speaker. He expressed his gratification at the Recon struction Committee having submitted this scheme as a wnole, and illustrated the dan ger of submitting only one portion at i time by reierence to tne recent course oi the British Ministry on the Reform bill, the ministry having commenced the ses sion with a clear majority of sixty, which majority had dwindled down to five, be cause the ministry persisted in bringing for ward only one portion ot tne retorm scneme. He expreased his belief that all the States to be effected by the proposed measure should be represented, but he did not hold it to be essential to the validity of Congres sional action on tne Constitutional amend ments that they should be thus represented. The debate was further continued bv Messrs. McKee and Eldridge. In the course ot a eoleoauy between Messrs. Wilson of Iowa, and Raymond, the latter stated that he undorstood it was intended to bring the measure to a vote to-morrow, and that there were thirty gen tlemen still desiring to spea'v. ' He expressed approval oi the measure ex cept tne tnira section, ne aiso auuaea to the eazerness with which Mr. Stevens seconded the suggestion of tbe name of General Grant as the candidate of the Union party in 1S83 for President, as giving assurance that there would be no dissent in tbe party on that subject when the right time should come. Mr. RAYMOND continued. These amend ments, if adopted by Congress, were to be submitted to all the States. If accepted by the Korth and South, he was quite willing to take action on them for the purpose of sending them to the several States. Mr. WILSOJl said the propositions were such as he approved. The first reasserted the principles of the civil rights bill, which be bad lavorea tnorougniy ana neartuy. Tbe second proposition had also been before the House lor its action, Dutin atormwhicn he could not then support a term recog nizing by implication the right of each State to disfranchise a portion ol ita citizens on account of race or color. In its present form, however, ne coma and would sup port it. Mr. RAYMOND said the third section seemed to have been put in expressly to prevent the adoption of any amendment. He would not say that he suspected that to have been the motion, but he thought that would be its ellect, and tnat every man must see that the adoption of the amend ment by the Southern States was made on the condition of its people being allowed to elect members of Congress and to have them elected. The question would have to be acted unon bv tbe State legislatures or con ventions, members of which would be elected by disloyal as well as loyal voters, and who supposed that such "legislature would disfranchise its own memoersr ine thing was worse than a sham. It was a mockery. Jo souinern state wouia rauiy a ainele one of the amendments. Iheirpeo ttla would be fools if they did, and whatever else they might have been, they were not fools, t or nis part ne would not mocx me people of the South by any such pretense. Mr. ELDRIDGE spoke against ihewaint resolution and denounced the Reconstruc tion Committee as having entirely disap pointed the country. Mr. McK.EE supported the measure. He proposed to amend Mr. Garfield's motion to recommit with instructions striking out the third section ana inserting tne following All persons who voluntarily adhered to the late insurrection, giving aid and comfort to the so-called Confederate States, are forever excluded from holding any office of trust or neHt nnrlar the Government. Mr. BOUTWELL accented it as a fact that thw thirteen States were not to-day represented eithor in the Senate or House, and with his consent they never should be until the inequality of representation was adjusted. Ho accepted the statement made k Priirlent Lincoln in his last public ad dress that thoee States were not in their Drcper practical relation to the Union and tney couta no bc i..a hv the consent of those who represent ed the loyal citizens of the country. In -forer,c to tha third section of the pro posed amendment, he freely confessed that its adoption was not necessary. His own views would have led him in the opposite direction; he ahould have preferred to in clude those who were the friends of the government rather than exclude its ene w .aw no reason for the present exception in some sort of exclusion of its members. He believed tbe Government had to-day ths constitutional power to ex. tend the .elective franchise to every loyal citizen of the country. . Messrs. 8PALDIKG, MILLER, ELLIOT. and SHELLABABGER spoke in favor of the loint resolution. Mr. STEVEK3 gave notice that at t o'clock he would more the previous ques tion ana as tor a vote on the joint resoia tion. Mr. BID WELL introduced abill in relation to the Round Valley snd other Indian res ervations in the State of California, snd a Dm to establish post routes, which was read twice and appropriately referred. Mr. JULIAN introduced a bill concern ing the elective franchise in the territories of the United States and the admission of new (states into the Union. Read twice and referred to the Judiciary Committee. Mr. (juLiiiUAi introancea a bill to regu late proceedinrs before Justice's af Psusm. This was read twice and referred to the Committee on the District of Columbia. Tbe SPEAKER presented a latter from tha Attorney General transmitting a list of his clerks. Ac- in compliance with tha House resolution of the 7th of May. Mr. THOMAS presented a petition of ths oitizens of Baltimore, Md., engaged ia the manufacture of glass-wars, praying for an increased duty on imported glass-wars. Mr. C9NKXING presented a petition of the citizens of Otsego county, K. Y asking for a passage of the laws regulating intes tate institutions. They were all appro priately referred. 'the House at 4:39 took a recess till 7:30. when the consideration on the tax bill is to be resumed, EVENING SESSION. The consideration of the tax bill com mencing at the 7th section, which refers to the regulation for assessing and coUectins? the tax on cotton, several verbal amend ments were made in regard to the impris onment provided for the crime of perjury in relation to the tax and it was amended so as to read "shall be subject to the pun ishment prescribed by existing statutes.'' oeciroo. eigat, reiaung to tns asms matter, no important amendments were made. Section nine contains a large number of paragraphs amending in detail sections of the existing revenue act. Mr. STEVENS called attention to the immense power reposed in the assessors by the act to impose fines and penalties for al leged violations or frauds, and mentioned some instances to illustrate his idea. He moved an amendment to come ia at the end of the paragraph amending section four teen of tho present law, providing that in lien of the remedy now that whenever fraud ia charred tin anv return when the party charged shall deny fraud and demand a trial proceedings shall be suspended and suit brought in the District Court of ths United States to recover the amount of de ficiency or fraud and penalty. About an hour was consumed in proposi tions in reference to publishing notices by assessors. In ona of the divisions a quorum did not vote and there eonsequentlythere had to be a call of the House; 104 members, one more than a quorum, answer. d to their names, and the consideration of the bill was resumed. At 10 o'clock, the Committee, after hav ing disposed of sixteen pages, arose ana the House adjourned. SENATE. Mr. CHANDLER introduced a bill to reg ulate the transportation of nitro-glycerine, which was referred to the Committee on Commerce. A bill to incorporate the Kakonal Theolo gical Institute of the District of Columbia passed the Senate. The object of the Insti tution is tho education of colored men for the christian ministry. -- . Mr. UrtiMi.a introancea a resolution in structing the Finance Committee to report upon the expediency of providing by lsw that no public officer shall deposit govern ment funds, except in United States Sub Treasurys where such exist, and in the inited states Treasury in wasntngton, which was adopted. The House resolution appointing Commis sioners to select a site for the Kew York Post Office was passed. ' Mr. GRIMES from the Naval Committee, reported with amendment, a bill to organize a pay department in the Navy. Mr. MOKK1LL- irom the commute on the District of Columbia, reported a bill re pealing the city charters of Washington and Georgetown, and providing for thsir government by Commissions. The Dili to prevent tne introduction oi cholera was taken up. Mr. UUAMiLtit speaking lin favor ot the resolution, said he did not pretend to know so much about the cholera as other Senators who had spoken yesterday. He had only had the disease twice in his me, laughter and had only spent three or lour years of his life where it was. . .. A com mission of the best medical men in the world had been endeavoring to determine the nature ot cholera, but it tney aaa heard tha debate in the Senate yesterday they would have learned ail about it from me senator irom rennayivsnis, air. Cowan.l He (Cowan) had solemnly de clared that the disease was hot contagious but was epidemic. That waa more than the greatest pnysicians in the woild anew, After the discussion bv Morrill, Sumner, Edmunds and others the joint resolution was laid over until to-morrow. Mr. HENDERSON introduced a bill to regulate appointments to and removals from office. The bill waa ordered to be printed. Mr. ueuaorson a uui provides tnat no ferson appointed to a civil office by the resident and confirmed by the Senate, shall be removable by the President nnless. the same is consented to by the Senate, provided the members of the Cabinet may at anv time be removed by the President without the consent of the Senate. If ths fixed term of any officer, however, expires during the recess of the senate, tne presi dent may appoint his successor who shall hold office until the next succeeding session of the senate, unless sooner super ceded. Officers whose appointment Has been conferred on the President, and ths Heads of Departments alone, may be re moved at any time by the aame. The President is authorized to temporarily sua pend, during the roc ess of the Senate, by the advice ot the Attorney General, any in competent or dishonest office holder and ap point a successor to hold office nntil thirty day a after the commencement of ths next session of the Senate. The facts shall be laid before the Senate within ten days after such commencement. The Senate shall exercise the power of confirming or reject ing such suspension ana appointmentment, Ko suspended officer to receive compensa tion during suspension. In case of ap pointment to office by the President, which the Senate neglects or refuses to take action on, such office shall be vacant and no sal ary be allowed. No person rejected by ths Senate shall be again appointed by the President during recess. Me. WILSON eaid I have never sought any controversy with the President ; I have endeavored at all times and on all occasions in public and ia private to prevent any disagreement be tween the President and Congress or any disruption of ties among the men that brought him into power. Within thirty days after the assassination of Mr. Lincoln I learned from various sources that there was a class of public men among ns whs hoped to have a new cast of administration, a reorganization, a reconstruction of polit ical parties. It was said, sir, on one hand, that the radicals wonld be sloughed off and that extreme men from the rebels, too, would be sloughed off, and that there would be a great political organization composed of conservstive men, snd the belief was ex pressed by those men" that ths Presidedt would be the founder of a great party, as was Jefferson and Jackson, and for one, sir I want no more blood, no more confisca tion, I want none of their houses or their lands, snd from the day Kirby Smiti surrendered his army to this hour no person from the rebel States hs ever asked a favor from me or an act of mine that I have not freely given it and I mean to give both act and thought and every thing I have in the future to improve and build that blasted section of country; and, sir, I believe, snd for myself I can say to the great mass of the men of the free States, we should send and build a shtureh, erect s shool house, send capital, send aid, everything in our power to build np tha warworn places of the rebel States. Mr. Wilson next adverted to the effect of the President's policy, stating that under that policy nearly all the men elected to Con gress in the South were rebels who could not take ths oath prescribed tor Senators and members oi the House. Under Mr. Johnson s reconstruction policy every officer elected in the State of Virginia waa a traitor to the country and most of them unrepentant traitors. One man among them he believed to bo a truly loyal loyal but even he had taken part in (be war. In Georgia they had not elotfea WEEKLY LEADEEi. ? -sussa sbxbt usrTArarn aa nri j , otk,r"J'ew"j snscrsxiAwioTJa, lit. rJfD llcUjITmo IKTa'LLlOSaCsl .r- - Wl TH FAatiia " C1ITILAJB 1XADXX COMPAJT. O FriCS, KO. 14 W'rlaiQB, STOKF : TTBSfS CT MI WTOtLT:" '" Oas rear (61 , p nn Te the tetter ssof a Club of ten. Menu a - tney of the aaatr Lbadbb, gratia rof twsatw, . amy f ths Trt-WeesJl ; of Utrtv aad anwsrd. cLWvxLAwn I watwe fSTwpAwv. a single Representative who eouh tsks tire oath, snd not one wsa elected in Florida ; nor could one from Alabama End only one . i : . . . . ... ... , aiiaaiBaippi. vr an tne oontnern Representatives elected five, he thought; were as many sa could possibly muster courage to take the oath, and he thought two of the five could take the oath with a clear conscience, but he doubted if the others could. Mr. COWAN spoke in defense of the Pre sident. i iMr. DOG-LITTLE briefly reviewed the re lations of the President to the Union party, alleging thst he was adhering to the Bsiti. ' more platform, upon which he was nomi nated. Mr. KYE made some remarks condemna tory of the President's exercise of pardon ing power in the case of rebels without the action of the Senate. . '..i is't - The Senate adiouruad. . Special Dispatches. RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A. M. Special Dispatches to the Western Press. Special Dispatches to the Western Press. LETTER OF THE SPANISH ADMIRAL. Kew Yobk. Mav 9tiu Ths letter of tha Spanish Admiral Menez, off Valoaraiao, to the Spsnish Minister in Washington, gives a different version of the negotiation pre ceding the bombardment. It recites that Minister iviipatriclc and Commodore .Rogers proposed a cessation of ' hostilities and a peaceful settlement, to be signalized by a re ciprocal salute of Chilian aad Spanish, flags at the aams moment, He says i"I rejected this arrangement, acknowledging, nowever, the good intentions tbat had suggested it, and stating that the instructions of my gov-, ernment were plain ; and that, notwith standing any difficulty I might have to overcome, ana should i go to tne Bottom ot the Pecifie in the attempt, I must havo from Chili that satisfaction which was due to us. Moved, nevertheless, by a sincere desire for reconciliation, I would take upon myself tha immense responsibility of not reouirinr anv other satisfaction than that contained in tbe arrangement prepared by -England and France, and - accepted by Spain, to which I would only add the resti tution of the 'Corodonga,'. with its flsgs, arms and crew, in return for the prizes snd prisoners I had in my power. Subsequently ne was mturtuou uy auivimu sin auhiuu admirals, that they could not remain passive spectators, and might be compell ed to oppose him with force. Mr answer was that as to the question of right the decision belonged to my government, but that as an officer I should obey my orders, and that whatever might be the at titude assumed by the naval forces there in the Bay, however reluctant I might be to some to such an extremity, however for-, midable those forces might be, no earthly consideration shonld detain me from the discharge of my duty. , He represents also tnat twin ttogers ana Dee man approved hia determination, and mWonentir both armroved his tin si an swer to the Chilian proposals. He adds. however, 'It was confidently expected toss the forces of England and the United States wonld oppose the bombardment.' i . . TOO SEVERE. Tha TTaratd'a Fortress Monroe letter states that Secretary McCulloch reports the prison treatment extended to Jeff. Davis as on- (cesaarily severe. . -1 . - ' .. FOR THE FREEDMAN'S FUND. Accortinc to report of a speech by John Bright, in support of the American Freed mens' Aid Fund, in London, on the 3eth nit, 80,000 sterling had been sent so Exeter Hall for that purpose, and more was on the way. . MILITARY COMMISSION. Fobtress Moseob. Mav 8. fBy Mail.l A military commission has been convened by order ot jjieutenant-uenerat izrant, ana ia now in session at Korfolk. for the surpose of investigating the causes which led to the recent nos m laatcifcj. a-rroeisuiuKa whs be conducted with dosed doors, ana tne evidence will be submitted directly to Gen. Grant, . . t MEXICO. A Havana letter states that a French steamer went ashore near Vera Cruz on the 21st, and would probably prove a total lost. It also mentions an official announcement to the Prefect at San Lais Potoei of a vic tory over the Liberals at Methuala,. on ths 6th. - . The report that the Imperialists had oc cupied Mlnatitlan was confirmed. A tax is to be imposed by the Empire on doors snd windows.. The Emperor himself is devotinr his time mainly to the financial condition of tho country, examining, the plans of M. L anglais in penon. DEFINES HIS POSITION. " Scott, person swore a war rant against Ben. Wood, John Morrissey and others for alleged lottery swindling now ermes forward and says that he was mislead and did not know his first state ment to be true. ' - ' THE FREEDMAN. Wasbtsotob, Msy 9. Official reports of tha Assistant Commissioner of the Freed men Bureau to the Commissioner, sow be ing received for the month of April, show a continned improvement in the relations be tween the white and black races in the States recently in rebellion. The Freedmen seem to be gaining a mora correct notion of their responsibilities snd privileges in their new character of men, and where they eon duct themselves inoffensively, the whites ere becoming more disposed to treat them civilly and deal justly with them. 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