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... ' STIUSRSS I fEB ' flKTKHSB LEASES COnTiM. I UAJLY, TKI-WMKLY 4 WBKKLY. rtHIi 111 Ki rKKlllK KTKIIT. T C R MS: ailt: Morals, or ara!aA,b,aMU serf rfll "4 ao 00 - "1 Ml.- 1 TO "l-Weaai.v .4-r jr.. fi 00 Amu aad News-Dealers, prr ton I 00 liiy, deltvcrad by Carrier, (Moralac or Ktb- i ' nu per wmc. Irt-Workiy. is mM per wiH. tna 'LKVtf.ANn I.EltPUB COM FA HI NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Best Kid i loves! uslt $1.75 Per Pair ! DONNA MARIAS ! is : Single and Double Width. - ThtMglvwMth the bt qulitj, o we . . it f..r per Yard Tor blfth colors $1.50 Fr Brawn Black andlThlte Tee Doabl) Width in til colon iron $1.00 to 1.50 per lard, White Lisle Thread Gloves, JOSEPH KIDS, 81. OO per Pair. Children's Balmoral Cotton Hose. Jtut receired Plain Black Parasols, Bugle Trimmed Parasols, Nf. lot of extra quality Belt Ribbons, in all Colors. Embroidered Corsets, Amazon Corsets, Cluny Lace Seta. .louviivs kids: 7 Cents Per Pair. A Ford & Wagner's, 16 n Bl.IC (FARE. Table Linen & Linen Towels fmml At w4n-& prlcew. DmTx I STK A TO ITS 8AI,K. Id pur- Mttce of a orJrr grunted tx th- Probate tart ofCornbop County, Otiio, I will fier tvr MtAtpaMic snclion ou Monday, tti il.HH Uj tnt Jun-, l 10 o'clw-k A. M., on tho pr-ini ?,, tfc fellow, wc described real e-tai: hituate in the I'MDty of Cayho(-, Sttte of Ohm, tw tut: F.rt Prt of lot 1W, Htroum? illo towutlup, beirinninp t the Mt Ho of -uii tot in Clw ceutr of the? rvl; tbtK north in lot line to li. M. Atalry Un.l; tberWMt od Mid AetaLf-'w eottta lin trat 25) . rod to aatako Bod Ktmrn ob thr line of Hani fog liad; taB0f ontfcerlyoo (! Hartrt linr to land own, by M. A. Uprajra-; thiK Merl,r fi sid Spmicve's orlb Jtnt to nvrthotwt enrofr; (bene MMitheriy on Mid 8frBjrafi etixt line t j ontbeut corner; thnor- Mterly nlong th cntfr of Ui road to plaoeof bffttuBin, coorirjjng bnt M Ben of land. Apprau d at oibt haarrxi doN Inm. Term of nale : Oo-blf in bund, oalnno in om year, vtih tntereat, fwyment to b acuted l-j Btirtcaice upon premiers told. Mttttb.B K. GALLUP, Adromlstrator nf 6. t.'HLtr, oceiuil. troavrtll. May 3Hh. lfltift. Ini li"W D. A. SHEPARD & CO. Ar doting out thlr entire tloc of FURNITURE, , at GaiATLT KKDUCED TK1UK8, coilUoof Parlor and Chamber Sets, Tcles-R'Tcte, Sofas, Lounges . Tables, Chairs, c. la obcrt erpryaaVelraM Tariiy of fasbioDal! n4 war. We InTitcall thoas deeinioa of pur chasing, to call and examine theae goola, aa tt ill be t last epportanitj of got ting eur enstont made work. THE STOCK MUST BI BOLD WITillS TBJC UIXT aiXTI DAYS. TOir atora No. I ll Water IHreet vitl be tr lUat oa or aoont tbt ir4 of Jnt asst. ar4 t4:l1a P. A. ttETEPAED ft CO. Holden, Clarke & Wilson, 10S Public Square. bibles: SABBATH SCHOOL BOOKS ! ' PlnMc Books Tor SABBATH SCHOOLS ! HYMN BOOKS. PRAYER BOOKS. SCHOOL BOOKS. m Monograms Engraved! French and English Stallcncrj . Stamped to Order. may I FOR JINE, ISOfi, The Western Masieal World, Containing the uvnalamouct of cfaoke NEW MUSIC, And lasrreating an4 YalnaMe Sunkal Reading. E HOLLAR A VCAR, Single Ocriet Ten Centp. B. BRAIN A ED A SONS, TubtUhers. sew sox;. P!e, rather, Don! Brink Any Xnre A bftttlfnl and tfmchisg new sodk and choru. written aa a companion to the tavorito sonK. " OoBaVe Uonr, Vatbrr." to which it i fully equnl. Price So centa, an recMpt of which it wilt be sRt, rot paid. S. BRAIXARD 0S, Pnhllhern. HOOP SKIRTS. ALLEN &0VIATT, UXO and 2.VI Superior Street, COVr a larger stack of Hoop Skirts & Corsets, At Wholesale and Ketnil, Tama can Brand eltewhtr in the city. T rtail trade our Skirt price ar. aa fellow.: 7 Rprtam. no yriHra.. S3 ft.rlnc.. .1 ao 1 SO fprlam.. Tkm rood, am waal to tha bwt la noteri.l. Woolhr ta k.aatUc at bII proata. Our Whnlml. DrparlBMit M ooatpMa vita anrj atjla,at Xew York Price. liiill a i-- po of of in of cf in ofV ed in of to SCALES. Vairbaxks' ffiS .C ALES fe-'.ii"WJ or ALL KINDS, racta4iic Railroad, H., Coal, Stock, Platfona, OMBtrr aad Drnrciot aale. A Wo, lroo and anw. Boaan, Baaaam Barrowa. Wafaaon Track., Vp,ina Piiaau, ate, eta. Fatrawai a a. Mora. A Cak, aaf tsa Sarwrioc St.. (Twl.wt. O T?aH5ESI0CK'S wbiti LIIH, A I1 Marftki tit nor snide, and poaeeastnc attor of flneneM and wtensaa nnaanalled try an otaar Brand. Fcr CfjgnoHItIf M t BOTH RE, a4 Drncw I Oatam-at, I ft--- ft - t . - T ? i .1 i level ci.ta T.iVirarV TJMBTJS Q morning Edition. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 18GG. VOL. XX-NO. 128. .t.TO. VTi aiid lueadfeir-. g DAILY LEADER FRIDAY JUNE 1, 1866. leg-For Evening Edition Aews see Inxlde. V&- For Morning Edition Sewi pe outside. b. il. rKTTiHsiLT. A C Newspaper Ad Tertmne Aeencr. 37 Park Row. Nw York aad 10 State street. Boston. Bra areata for the Liadis in those citien, and sre a?enis for all tho newsnapera in tha United Slates and Canadas. TheT are autknazed to tea adrertiaementa at the aaino ratea that we charge at una omce. THE NEWS. Ovlb cloeed I a t night at Uf i. " Paixcaa Johb " Yaw Bi be5 fans gone to Europe to spend the summer. The funeral of General Scott take place at West Point this afternoon atone o'clock Tiro hundred Fenians left Fitchburg, Mass., yesterday evening on the cara Tor Ogdensburg. Tec steamer Traino Slate struck a snag and sank in the Arkansas river last Tues day. Ko particulars. A riRc arr.oDg tho business houses on the Memphis wharf yesterday damaged prop erly to the extent of tco.oon. Tac Senate yesterday confirmed the ap pointment of James Wilson, of Indiana, as Minister Resident at Venezuela. A Savinsah, Ga., judge baa decided that the test oath embraced in the act of Con gress of Janaary, is repugnant to the Constitution. Emevkn new casea of cholera wrre report ed yesterday on the steamer Union, at juarautine, New York, and thirty -eight on the itearcer Peruvian. i h special dispatches furnish additional particulars of tho Callao tight, taken from late ranatna patters. The Spanish fleit got decidedly worsted. A Toc.f c man in Toughkeepsie, named Jacob Author, blew hit brains out yester day. Cause, embarrassment in business and lore. Sidney H. Hat, managing editor of the New York Tribune, haa resigned his poei tion, but still retains connection with the paper as s writer. Tub embarkation vf Austrian volunteers for Mexico baa been countermanded, and those enlisted have been discharged or en rolled in tha Austrian arm v. Af account of the fearful railroad acci dent which happened within two miles of this city yesterday morning,will be found on the third and fourth pages of this morning's paper. ;hb steamer City of Memphis, when 40 tziiles below Memphis, yesterday morning, exploded her boilers, killing and wounding number of passengers, the names of whom are given in tha dispatch. 0.ve thousand stand of Fenian arms were seized at St. Albans day before yesterday. They were concealed in a box marked "ma chinery. The discovery caused no little excitement in Canada. Tna number of pupils in attendance upon all the public schools of Philadelphia at !r.aA nf yfr was, r.,S92. The to expenses of the year were fsit,4i'.i. Tnu tuuu uuuiuer ui ncuvuta iu wv ai. , u 373, and of teachera, 1,309. 1 The people of .Richmond, Vs., yesterday decorated the gravea of the rebel dead in Hollywood cemetery with llowera. There was no speaking or formal ceremony, end the occasion passed oiT quietly. Both Houses of Congress have adjourned over until Monday. A deputation of seven Senators and nine Representatives was ai - iti ted to represent Congress at the funeral General Scott to-day. Tiis sales of gold by the Uuitod States Treasurer amount to about thirly-fne million dollars, at a pre mum since the first May of 30,' . No gold was sold by him March and April for a less premium than twenty-seven. Judge Edmvxds, Cummissioncr of Tublic Lands, sent to the Houso yesterday, in obedience to a resolution requesting it. a report in regard to growing forests on tho western prairies, which will be found nf unusual interest. Thb House yesterday passed the bill to promote the construction of a railroad from Pittsburgh to ClovaJnd : i. e.. to extend the patronage of the Government to the Mahoning Road, which is already partly built. The American Consul at Liverpool in forms the State Department of the ship ment from that port to America of 43S casks French wheal flour, valued at 11,0441. This is the first instance of the shipment French flour from that port to the Uni States. A TounxAMEsr, like unto the noble sports vogue in the knightly days of old, came in ClarksvjJle.Tenn., yesterdav, attend by 10.000 of the reconstructed chivalry. The affair netted $.10,000, which will be de voted to aid the widows and orphans of the rebel dead. A good purpose, if faithfully carried out. In Mil ford, Mass., thechildrenof Roman Catholic parents were instructed not to con form to certain regulations which have been instituted in all the schools, which regulations consist in singing moral and patriotic songs and bowing the head during prayer. The consequence is that a large number of the Irish children are out of school, and have appeared in procession in the streets. A dispatch from Buffalo yesterday after n'en says about 1,0C0 Fenians had arrived that city from the West The men are not communicative, and hare no arms, although it is understood there are plenty arms secreted there. There is no excite ment and no apprehension that any thing but a failure will come of the new move ment. The thing however is not too badly played out to alarm the Canadians. The Fenians have succeeded in again arousing the martial ardor of the Canadians, and we are favored with a renewal of those patriotic appeals to arms, bugle-blasts, smoking railway trains ready to dash off the frontiers with armed men, etc., etc., which a hort time since furnished the sta ple for display-headings in the Kew York dailies. As for the Fenians, they observe the same old brilliant strategy of keeping their movements so profoundly secret that the Government will be sure not to catch more than nine-tenths of them should they attempt to commit anyovert act Congressman Kden has alrcadytaken the stump in his district in Illinois in behalf of his re-election. The Democracy of the Second Indiana district will hold a nomi nating convention June 2?th, and re nominate Kerr, the present member. Iu Juniata county, Pennsylvania, the repub licans have decided upon John J. Patter son for Congress, subject to the decision of the JHslrict Convention. Somebody names Hon. Fred. "V. Seward as Union candidate for Governor of New York. H. ewcomb, principal editor of tho Journal, has been nominated for the Legislature. The Mexiden Recorder nominates John C. Fremont lor President in 1868. The Course of Mr. Spalding. The Postmaster's organ comes to the rescue of Mr. Spalding in a labored arti de, a column long, in its ifsue of last eve ning. Tho very fact that this Johnson paper takes up the cudgels in lehalf of Judge Spalding eoti firms all the suspicions in regard to that gentleman's radicalism which we expressed in our yesterday issue. If Mr. Spalding is in reality op posed to '-my policy," hy, it will very naturally he a Led, is bo so vehemently defended by a paper which has gone its full length in favor of that infamous policy '! As a specimen of eelf-etultifica' tion, this spectacle of a Johnson paper supporting Mr. Spalding for Congress, and at the same time laboring to show that that gentleman is utterly opposed to Mr. Johnson, is roust excellent. But such arguments, from such a source, will con vince nobody, for they refute themselves, The Herald attempts to justify Judge palding's courie in only two of the many particulars in regard to which we criti cized it. In defence of Mr. Spaldingi bill appropriating $10,200 a year for the support of certain additional satellites of Mr. Johnson, it says: This refers to a bill giving the President th control of certain members of his Ex ecutive household, occupying positions of becretarics, Clerks, &c. ihe bill does not increase the taxes one dime, it does not add to the lorce employed by the President on a man, out it does artrw, wnat nurmg Air. Lincoln e entire term, was d.ne indirect?. That is, certain persons were detailed from the w ar Department, or from some one ot the Departments, to asuist in the immense ckrical labor at the .Executive Mansion. Mr. 8paldinff and the maioritv in Con cress prctcrrtM that a bill should Ne passed mak nz provision directly lor the execution ot thislahor, rather than the Executive be compelled to resortto indirect means to at tain a proper end. That is the whole story as to tne inatUr, and the Leader knew the fat whan it uttered the falsehood that the bill was passed to increase taxes." This answer of the Herald is a eubter- fugo so shallow that we are astonished that a paper which pretends to the pos session of brains ehould use it. It U well known that the detail of clerks to aid Mr. Lincoln was unusual and extraordinary. It was a necessity created by the war and passed away with tho war. Tho Ilerold might as well argue that the ap propriation bill of this year should be mnde to cover a thousand million dollars, because Mr. Lincoln needed that amount to run the government in IStil. But the bill proposes to do for Mr. Johnson, in peace times, what was never done, legally or illegally, for Mr. Lincoln in war times. It appropriates $2,000 a year from the national purse to pay the Steward of the Whito House. Does not the Herald know thai the duties of this oflice have always heretofore been performed by a servant paid by the President from his salary of $25,iJ0 per annum f Beside hkh Judge Spalding desired to incor porate in the bill an appropriation of 1,('00 a year for a phonographer prob ably to report the President's "speeches" and "conversations' to an enlightened ublic. It is not owinc to Judge Spald- g's want of zeal, but rather to the good mdc part of the bill. Tho Herald next defends- Judgo Spald gs opposition to Mr. Stevens, when that jrentleman rebuked the Secretary of e Treasury for hi? proscription of Union men. I be less it save about tlita matter e better. Theattempt of Mr. Joboson and his pliant Secretaries to build up a third party, in opposition to tho great party of the Union, by the removal from Federal offices of tho very mffn whose votes placed them in power, and tho appointment of supporters of "my policy," has already become infa mously notorious. It i denounced by every paper less shameless and venal than the Postmaster s organ in this city. It was properly denounced by Mr. Ste vens on Saturday last. And when that gentleman declared that it was the duty of a Union Congress to exercise its con stitutional power for the protection of Union office-holders Against the pro scriptivo rago of a President whom they elected aud who has betrayed them, tbe heart of the Union masses responded "Amen!" Mr. Spalding may oppose this course on tho part of Congress, and the post-office organs may sustain him in opposing it, but it is bound to prevail in pite of his and their efforts. It will bo observed that tho Herald does not notice, probably because it dare not deny, the main charge which wo have brought against Mr. Spalding. "We reil-, erate tho charge and we challenge the Herald to answer it. Judge kpaldiny has tierer utiercd a single word in Congress in condemnation of Vie President's treachery to the Union party, while lie mm, in express terms, rebuked the Union tnen in Congress for their outspoken opposition to Mr. Johnson. If the Unionists of this district desire to censure Congress and to condone by Eilence the course of Mr. Johnson, they can do it no better than by keeping Mr. Spalding in his present position. Such, however, is not their desire or in- tcntion. I But the Herald, applying to the Leai-ek the test by which its own course has al ways been guided, charges us with op posing Mr. Spalding because that gentle man got the editor of the Herald appoint ed Postmaster. It says : "The long continued abuse of President Johnson, Gov. Dennison. and now of Mr. Spalding, is due to tho simple fact that tbe Leader man lost the Tost Office.' In reply to this charge, wo appeal to the readers of the Leader to confirm us in tho assertion that we stood by Mr. Johnson, Mr. Dennison and Mr. Spalding as long as those gentlemen stood by the principles which we have always and con sistently asserted. Mr. Benedict suc ceeded Mr. Cowles in the Postoffice nearly a year ago. If the Leader s opposition to 31r. J ohnson wras due to that cause, win did it not begin opposing him when that event took place ? Instead or doing so it gave Mr. Johnson a hearty, generous and toe-conGding support, until he turned traitor to tho Union party. Likewise it cordially supported the Postmaster Gen eral,"until he followed the President. "Ve have also always delighted to commend and endorse Mr. Spalding, and it has been with pain and regret that wo have been forced by his recent course to look upon him with doubt. The endorsement of our present repre sentative by tho Cleveland Herald will have no weight outside of the little clique of which it is tho mouthpiece. Tbe venal preference of that paper for postoffice rather than principle has become no torious. Its advice may have weight with Democrats, but not with Union men. We regret that Mr. Spalding is in sym pathy with such men as the ring of which it is the representative. But he has chosen his company and his course, and he alone is responsible for the choice. . " It [From the June Atlantic Monthly.] THE DEAD SHIP OF HARPSWELL. BY JOHN C. WHITTlER. W hat flecks the outer gray beyond The bUnilnwn's go'deu trnil? The white flafh of a sea bird's wing. Or gleam of planting sail ? L-t yousg eye watch rom Nei'k arid Punt, And 0a worn elders prsj The ghot of what was once a ehip Is satlin; ar the bar ! From gray t-a fjg, from b:j drift, From peril and from pslu, Tne borne bound fisher grat-ts thy light. i) hundred barborrd Maine! ir But many a keel shall seaward turn, And many a Pail outBtand, When, tall and white, tbe Dead fbfp tuomi Against tbe dusk of land. Sh" ronnds the headland's bristling pin?f, the threads the if tc-t bay ; Xoapur of breeze can spaed Iter on. Nor ebb or tide delay. Old men still walk tho Me of Orr Who tell har date and utm, CM shipwrights sit in Kreeport yards Who hew.d her oaken frame. What i eary docm or baffled qnest, Tnon sad sevghnst. Is thin ? What makes the in the hanntaof Loins A wonder and a sign ? Kp foot is on thy silent deck, Upon thy helm no hand ; No rippla hath the soundless wind That smites thee from tbe land. For oerer comes ttie ship to port HoweVr the hreere may be ; Just when she nears the waiting thure She drifts again to sea. No tark of sail, no turn of helm. Nor sheer of Teeriug side. Stern fore she drive? to sea and night Against tbe wind and tide. In vain o'er ITarpsweH Keck the Star Of evening gnides her in ; In vain for hr tbe lamps are lit Within thy tower, Sfgnin Iu vain tbr harbor-boat shall bail,- In vain the pilot cat) ; No hand shall reef br epertrml sail, Or let her anchor fall. Shnk. brown old wives, witbdroary j"v, Voar gray head hints of ill ; And. over sick-tteds whisper! og low, Your prophecies fulfil,. Some home ain'd yon biichen trees Shall arsi-e its door witn wte ; And slowly where ttw Dead Ship sails, Tbe bnrial Itoat shaM row ! Fmm Wolf Keck and from Flyi-g I'uiol, From Island and from maia Froin sheltered cove and tided creek, huall glide tbe funeral train. The dead-boat with the bearers four, The mourners at hr rem. And one shall go the silent way Who shall no more return ! And man shall sigh, and women weep, Wuoee uVarones pale and pine, Aud sadly over snnset seaa Await tbe ghostly ign. 1 They know not that its sails are filled By pity's tencar breath, Nor seethe Angel at the helm Who steers thehip of leath BY JOHN C. WHITTlER. The Hoosac Bore. Tho workmen at the Hoosac Tunnel lately struck for an advance from $2 '25 to J 75 per day, and about one-third of tbem were discharged and the rest are kept at work at work at the old price Some seventy men are now eraploed on tbe west side of the mountain, and the wort is Deinc carried forward succossfullv. Two engines are at work, one of forty and one of one hundred horso-power. They have already gone some eight hundred feet into the mountain. They still -use the drill in fretting out the reck. They sometimes send up in the bucket pices of stone that weign five thousand pounds. ne engineer says tnat, witn tho progress now making and likely to be made on both sides of the mountain, it will take eight years to complete the tunnel. Br n Inn are Trump." Tjk icriteton vkile tkfrrd tw'i, and o It will b always. Let every person about to take a start in life aim first ofalllofit himself for any position fortune may assign him to. For particulars how to get a thfr- ough JtSM? elttntifm, address without fail the 'ell-known ac'KaZ Business College of O iter tin, Ohio. Junrf The ' 4'levelnnfl Llcblnina. Company," who have been extensively on gaged in our city for the past aleven years, manu facturing, wholesaling and retailing their "Klcrtro Bf agnatic" or ' table ' Rod, are in tbe field again thisnoason, meeting with tho very r-st of enccess In all aeciions of tbe country KJt. at horn?, and We.t. Their Rod is almost tbe only ona used in this, and tbe Eastern States wherever they httve been, and they have for it the very highest recom mendations and testimonials of tbe most learned, scientific and practical men in our nation. They have been employed by Government toerecttbeir Rod on several of their ballding-; also by a very Iirgs number of Colleges and Institutions of learn ing. In fact wherever this company ba been, they and their Bod have unquestionably taken the preference over all others, and at home as well a abroad they stand among our mot successful and deserving business companies. Their bneloesa this season Is bnt litt'e increased over former years, and yet they entp'oy in the retail depart ment eighty -fire men and i izU' j five horses, with thirty-five wagons and twenty-five buggies, divi ded rnto five divisions, one located here In this city, one at Meadville, Pa... one at Newark, Ohio, another at Fort Wayne, Ind., and also one in Chicago, 111., and all of theee divisions are meet i tig with good success. Wherever this company gea they give good satisfaction and receive their full share of the patronage of the public as they just ly deserve. In years past, aa at present, thb) com pany is wholesaling largely for the Eastern aud New England trade; several largn retail compa nies in tbe larger cities and towns of the East, buying of this company, ara meeting with great success. Onrcfllce and manufactory is 205 Ontario street, Hurlbut Block," Cleveland, O. Max 31st, I860. . . jnnel:316 Kffypf Inn Calln Tba nlaleeenf-e of Per f times, manufactured by Tall oi an A Collins. Sold by all Druggists. 3 BTRONO A ARMSTRONG,' BENTON, MYERS ACANF1ELD, 1.314 Wholesale Agents. Read W. Ambrlflire'a advertisement for "Salesmen Wanted." may 30 319 . m , Him Tennesaee's (The Wonderful Child) MAGNETIC LIFE ELIXIR for cleansing the blood, and beautifying the complexion. The gnat succees this Elixir has met with induced me to put before the public, and all I ask I to give it a fair trial, and ft will then recomnend itself. It will remove all dark spots, moths, pimples, or any eruption upon the face or body, and will give the complexion a clear and healthy color, and if the directions are properly followed, tbe skin will be come almost transparent. Tbe properties of this sirup are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless, and have a wonderful ef feci upon th Liver, and cleansing the system of all other imparities, aud restores a praon to per fect health. The properties and composition of thi- sirup were made known to me when a child, and In a clairvoyant state, since which I have made con stant use of it In my practice, and from the great occesa 1 have had in it ose for the last eleven years, thought ptcpor to bring It before the pub lie. Prepared only by Hiss Tennessee, the great Clairvoyant and Magnetic Doctreu, Ho. 422 West Fifth street, below Mound, Cincinnati, Ohio. sale all in the United by druggists States; also, STRONG A ARMSTRONG, Whjlesale Druggists, 193 Superior street, Cleveland, Ohio. Price, two dollars per bottle JOHN D. PARK, General Agent, Northeast corner of Fourth and Waluut-sta. may 22 R 1 6: St w DAeo w W Hra. Wlanlow, an experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to tbe attention of Mothers her BOOT HI NO SYRCP for Children Teething, which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all In flammations, will allay all pain and spasmodic ac tion, and Is sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it, Mother, tt will give rest to yourselves and relief and health to yeur infants. We bare put np and sold this article for over 30 years, and can say fn confidence and truth of it what we have never been able to eay of any other medicine never has it failed in a single instance to effect a cure, when timely need. Never did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used It. On the contrary, all ar delighted with its opera tion, and speak in terms of commendation of its magical effects and medical virtue. We speak in this matter "what we do know," after 30 years experience; and pledge our reputation for I be ful fillment of what we here declare. In almost every Instance wbrre tha infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or twenty minute after tha syrup Is administered. Full directions for using will accompany each bottle. None genuine unless tha fac-suuflie of CURTIS A I I REINS, New Tork, Is on the out side wrapper. told by ail Druggifft throughout th world. Price, only 35 cents per bottle ap23:RL-dyod.u Fenrh Blow l4atora For aa!e in bulk by carload, in barrels in quantities to suit pur chasers, at t8 Merwiu street, mar 8 COTTEELL A PICKET. For Break lanS For Dinner. For Snppar. New Bermuda Potato.-; new Bsrniada Onions; new Bermuda Tomatoes. Tour Groiery cr Market man can get supplied at BERMUDA 120 Weat COMPANY, etieU, Now York. may 7 Paper SJollara of every pattern, made of tbe finest lloen stock, constating of Gray's, Hat ne wsy's, Troy, National and the Pcrsigny style. MACKK5E1K PARSONS, Manufacturers of the Parisian Yoke Shirt, mar 17: B13 14 Pnplic Sonar, Cobb's new Block. h loan's Horse Ointment. This justly celebrated Ointment has gained for itself a reputa tion which no other Ointment or Salve has ever acquired In this country. It is well known and used by almost every Livery-Stable Keeper, Stage Company and Teamster, East and West, Konh and South. It stands unequalled for the rapid cure of Freh Wounds, Gal! of all kinds, Sprains, B ml pee, Cracked 11 eels. Hipbone, Windg ills, Strain, Lameness, Foundered Feet, Sand Cracks, Scratches, &c, Ac. This Ointment is put up in strong Glass Bottles, and sold for r0 Cents per Bottle. TAYLOR, Proprietors. For sale by Druggists and Merchants everywhere. STRONG A ARMSTRONG, a jdt: B 1 1 AMioleeale Agents. Tbe Parisian Yoke feibirt, manufactur ed exclusively by Messrs. Mackenzie A Parsons, No. 14 Public Square, in Cobb's new Block. This pattern of Shirt is tbe only style now worn in the city of Paris. Ita great peculiarity! iu perfect , adaptability to all forms of the human body, the i fit being perfect. marl" B13 Old Looking: Ola and Picture Frames regilded to look as wrll as new by CASTLE mty'25::' 179 Suprlor-st, i irrnlar. The beautiful engraving of "Abra ham Lincoln, the Martyr Victurinm," by John artain, i now on exliihtti"n at VOL J AMBJC 4 r ROd.' Art Gallery , -11 Superior-st. B. FC1NKLIN, Ag"t. may ;:6-3 18 Mfrl Mn trip and Ktenll Brand's, of every description and style, manufactured at 195 Ontario, Uurlbnt's Block, Rear Buildings. mayS Rlo A. N. PIPER. Moth nod Frckle. Ladies afflicted with Iiisculorations on the Face, called moth patches or freckles, shonld use PKRRY'S Crlebrated MOTH and FRECKLE LOTION. It is infallible. Pre tared by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatologtet, 49 Bond street, N. Y. Sold by all druggists in Cleve land, and elsewhere. Trice $i may 17-54 ) Gentlemen's Klilrt Laundry. In a few days we shall have our Laundry in operation for the exprese purpose of washing Gentlemen's Linen and thus enabling them to have their shirts and collars ironed equal to new. MACKENZIE A PARSON?, Mannlacturer of the Parisian Yoke Shirt, 14 Pa I. lie Square. marl7:R13 vVm. t Sounder, 91. D.v Homeopathic Physician and burgeon. Oflice No. 191 Erie Btn-et, between Euclid avenue and Prospect street. Kes- lence 1W Prospect street. Office hours from 8 to 10 A. M., and from 2 to 4 and 7 toV P. II. .pl!7:36 The Fonrlh .Annual Convention of heCuysboga County Sunday School Union will bo held Thursday next at the First fiaptiftt Church, Cleveland, at half-past 10 o'clock A. M. AH persons interested fn tho causo are invited to ttend. nmjlI'.ULti A ISuecemlnl Lnter prise. But compar- lively few, we presume, are aware of the exten sive use and sale iu this community, if not in every part of New England, of Wokott'a Tain Annihila- Tbo headquarters for New England are at 4'i5l-a Washington street, and the agents are Rogers ft Fuller, gentlemen of unmistakable en terprise and eue gy. In order to extend their bn Nines tUry have hit upon a decided ntd oriiiinirl vcuy. tins coueieis oi a. vury iiAuusouie mr- riage of peculiar construction, highly ornamental, but not more so than useful, and bearing up n its )nels emblematic design, executed in tbv beet tyleofart. The carriag- it to bedrawn l.y two ight colored hordes, whkh are rare animals and n keeping with the team generally. The carriage cost $ V tm, and is a beauty. Messrs. Rogers A utler intend tha. it shall be driven orer N-w IhU'I diut-uaiug the bleiugs of tbe Anuihiia- tor, and at the namo time astonishing the people. Our readers in almost any part of New England will be very likely, some of these Spring or Sum mer Uys, to see this model establishment pascing through their place in all its beauty. It will earry hope to the fallen and Joy to the hick. Boston Poet of May vth. A General Apn-y for this truly valuable reme dy has recently been established In Ohio, and the article is beiug placed as fast as possible within he reach of the people. It is sold bv most of the DrngKitus fu Cleveland. IU value consists in ivintc almost instant relief to nervous Toothache, ervons Headache and Neuralgia, aud of effecting permauent cure ot Catarrh in 12 weeks. mayB Eqnlfable Life Assnrnnre ftoetefy, of the United States, 92 Broadway. New York. Cash Accumulation, Si't(X0,Orjo.OO ; Annual Cash Income, f l,000,000.on purely mntnal. An una Cash Dividends. This Society have de termined to declare their dividends ARwrai.LV wcAfK. The next dividend ill be declared Feb ruary 1st, 187. It is believed that no company n this country will be able to present greater ad vantage in Its dividends to persons assuring than this Society, as its total expenditure to income was leas than that of any of the older American Companies, and its nsw business for tbe put year ($13,fi2.1, 000) exceeds the new business of any New York Company in any previous year. This Socie ty haa met with but one loss in this city Mr. Phillip I. Price, who was insured three years since for 5,0K. Bis heirs received the amount of hie policy (f-VKNi), md a dividend to the amoont t -m l"-nn io ciwh, within ton days after proofs were delivered to the agents. Proposals for insurance or foragensie apply to TBAYEUS A MUNSON, General Agtnte, Nos. I and 'I Park Building, may 4 Cleveland, Ohio. Cholera! Cholera I ! It is coming! All should be prepared to ward it ofT, not only by the adoption of proper sanitary means, but by having at hand some effectual remedy for ready use when the dreaded dieae apparB. It is the opinion of eminent physicians that most cases of Cholera e an be readily cured if proper remedy is used early. Such a remedy we now offer to the public In the tide of Dr. J. R. Miller's Universal Magnetic Balm, with the fullest confidence In Its remedial qualities a a Preventive and Cure for Cholera. It aa) been thoroughly tested, aud we speak advised- y when we commend it to the public aa the beat known remedy for Cholera and Bowel Complaints. D. RANSOM, A Co., Proprietors. STRONG A ARMSTRONG, and BENTON. MTERS ft CAN FIELD, Agents, Cleveland. mayllt::R14-DTtW Prof. H. Anderson's Dermador is a Li quid for External Application. A valuable Chm ical Combination, discovered by a celebrated Chemist. Warranted to enre Inflammation in all cases of Wounds, Bruises, Sprains, Inflammatory Rneumatism, Bronchitis, Swelling of the Glands, Inflammation of the Eyes, Broken Breast, Froreu Feet, Chilblains, Piles, Pimple on the face. Bee Stings, and all Sores the human flesh is heir to On Horses and Cattle it cannot be excelled for the cure of Galls, Calks, Sprains, Wounds, and all urts on animals. It never falls to cure If used as directed. D. RANSOM ft CO., Proprietor. 8TRONO ft ARMSTRONG, and BENTON MYERS TANFIFbL. Arenta. Cleveland. mayHV.BM-DTA-H" We are not in favor of universal boasting (a system often employed by others) of the celebrity of this or that medicine, and we keep our praise ntil we have positive knowledge of the value or virtue of an article. It give ns pleasure however to recommend to our rrader Dr. C. W. Boback's Stomach Bitters, Blood Purifier and Blood Pills. The Bitters, w know from experience, give tone to the stomach, aid digestion and re invigorate th system, restoring shattered and broken down con- itntions. There can be no better remedy for pa- tying th blood than the rarifler and Blood Fills. niayi at lemon's Famishing N tore Now epen at 14 Public Square, Cobb's new Block, here can be found every variety of Furnishing Goods, consist lug of Shirts, Collars, Drawers, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Dressing Gowns, Canes, Suspender, and (fentletnen'e Toilet Goods, all made of th host materials. Trade furnished at rlT:K13 MACKENXIB ft PARSONS. l aairy (nblael aad Waodeai Toilet Articles, of tha moat tuty itjit uaaafactarod 195 Ontario itrcat, Hurlbut'. Block, Baar BaUdlng. . A. N. PIPIB, maj8:B15 KMkaatcal Jobbw. LATEST NEWS BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE. LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES. FROM WASHINGTON. Adjournment of Congress till Monday. Deputation of Senators .md Ke prescntatives to Attend Hen, Scott's Funeral. Passage of the Bill to Promote the Construction of Pittsburgh & Cleveland Railroad The Senate Adopts a Substitute for the "Third Section." CENERAL NEWS. Medieval Sports Itevived In Ten nessee. A Grand Tournament at tlarksville, Explosion and Loss of Life on the Mississippi. FROM NEW YORK. GREAT INCREASE OP CHOLERA ON TSE SHIPS IN QUARANTINE, A New Fhase In American Coni' nierce. Wheat and Flour Shipped to I's from Europe. Fuller Details of the Callao FUiit The Metropolitan Officials and Gen. Scott's Fnneral. Gold Closed Last Night at 140 14 General News. That's Played Out. ErrrAi,o, May :;i, S P. M. It is rumored the Fenians intend Minking a raid to-uiht on her Maiesty s dominions Irom this quar ter. L'au't tied cut anything reliable. That's Played Out. Sunk. MEMrniH.Mav rI. The steamer Freine State struck a snap; at South Bend, Arkau sas Uiver, on Tuesiav, and was sunk. It will be raised. Xo further Fire. on street, took fire this morning. The flames communicated to the l.'ommisson house of Neville, Rose A Co. L ?3S $::0,nOO. Mostly Expelled. 6t. Louis, May "1. Rev. Wm. Ferguson, Comuiipsiotjer from the Zanesville. (Ultiol School Assembly, for writing an offensive letter to tuo worn btatesmau, and lor which he could not make a satisfactory explana tion. The vote for the expulsion was very large. This is the w.Tst case of the kind that has ever occurred. The motion lor the expulsion was mado by Br. Krcbs. 3rs. West and BoardniJin spoke iuthe Louisville Presbytery Assembly to take a final vote on Canadians Excited. ToRojiTo, May ill. Special Ii? patch to jew lork Herein. Trie daily leletrrapli ot this evenin-j has a dispatch Irom Montreal to-day saying that Hi' it stand of arms were seized at bu Albans yesterdav, concealed in s box and marked machinery. "When seized they were turned over lo tho Ameri can authorities at Burlington. The sensa tion created here last night is great. The Telegraph says that tho Great West ern Railroad Company which had received notice to be ready to move troops, have tel egraphed to the Grand Trunk company to allow tnem tuo use oi inc;r rolling Block. Col. Durce this morning received orders from Ottowa to notify all the Corps in this nisinct to do ready to move at once lor ac tive service, if required. The city during the morning haa boon rather excited. Canadians now admit that Sweeny is desperately in earnest and will attempt an invasion. The Government is loudly censured for withdrawing the troops from the frontier and leaving tho border towns at the mercy of the Fenians. B'tSTuN, May :!!. Two hundred able bodied young men loft Fitch burg Depot by the 5:30 train this evening. They were quiet, well behaved and unarmed. No thing could be learned of their destination, but reports sny they were Fenians and had tickets for Ogdensburgh. Toronto. May 31. Special to tho New York Herald. The excitement is increas ing and volunteering has agfiin commenced with energy. The news of tbe determina tion of the Government to call out volun teers caused great rejoicing. There is no alarm, and business is going on as usual. The entire press unite in the belief that the blow is about t be struck. Jiumor says the Fenians are collecting on the line of the St. Lawrence. The Cabinet was called together to-dav. and the Ministers are hurrying to Ottawa. ine evening leiegrapn lias a reliable special from Hamilton, saying that at 11 this morning the troops thero were called out by bngle, and ample preparations made by tne Ureal Western Kail road Company tor any emergency. It aIo has a dispatch from Buffalo, dated 2 P. M., saying the Fenians are constantly receiving additions to their numbers. They are very secretive and will divulge nothing except that they are going to California. It in believed that Sweeny has sent men into the Provinces to ue at night and seize Government buildings on the frontier. Meeting in Boston. BosToir, May 31. Tbo Impartial Suffrage League held a meeting to-day at which Governor Bullock presided. The meeting, tnoucn not large, was enthusiastic. A periesof resolutions were presented, which declare : 1st. That the same spirit which caused the rebellion still threatens to postpone, and it may unless conquered prevent a bene ficial and permanent peace. 2d. The consummation of the work ef national security and safety demand the earnest co-operation of the entire ioyal people. d. l banks to Cons re su lor its courage. firmness and fidelity in resisting the ad mission of rebels into Congress. 4iu. ine true doctrine ot reconstruction is that defeated rebels have no civil or po litical rights which loyal men are bound to respect, and all loyal mn without regard to race or color, are entitled to equal rights aa citizens of a government which derives its powers from the consent of the governed. otn- .Restoration ot political power to the authors of the rebellion would be an act of unparalelled folly. tia,. ine exercise dv congress olthe power to exclude the whole people of the rebel states trom representation, involve the power to exclude a part and to admit a part. m. ine ngni oi c?rgres to prescribe the qualifications of voters for the election of President, Vice President, and .members of Congress is essential to the harmonious working of our republican system, and to i tie very existence oi our republican gov ernment. 8th. Sectional animosities had their or igin in denying enual. civil and political rights to all man before the law. ytii. A call upon Contrresa to carry oat the principles of the foregoing resolutions is maae. Tournament. Claeksvillk, Tenn., May 31. A grand tournament toot place to-day. Among the celebrities present were the late Confeder ate Generals Cheatham, Cerro, Gordo, Wil liams and Cortes, who delivered orations. Gustavus Henry, foimerly styled " Eagle Water, ot lennessee. was an attendant. Upwards of 10rt)0U persons attended the tournament. The exercises look placu at the Fair o round s, at wnicu itutce tnere was con structed a large circular amphitheatre cap able oi seating ity'im persons. Tho tournament was given for the bene fit of the widows and orphans of the kn federate dead. The total receipts were over au,ut'V. Seventeen Knights entered for the prizes offered. The first prize for tilting strings was awarded to W. A. hi Hot, who persona ted the character of Chevalier Bayard. The utmost umatrness was shown to a rider named Hood, a Yankee, who tied with the winner LUiott, but on attempting the final run, was greeted with derisive cheers from the assemblage, which so disconcerted the riuer tnat lie tailed ta win the prize. The whole allair may be considered as a successful rebel demonstration, and it only shows the bitter feeling entertained by the residue of the reconstructed south towards the north. Injustice to the better class of the people present it is only fair to aay the conduct of a few was regretted, by a major ity, as well as the managers nf a flairs. A grand ball will conclude the day's enter tainment. From New York. A New Tax Bill—Accounts from Texas. —Return of United States Bonds. from Germany. Nkw York, May Jl. Specials to the ovo- ning papers say : A new tarin bill is preparing at the Treasury Department- An army surgeon just trom Texas gives gloomy accounts ot a 11 airs in that btate. Advices received ny tne Oovernment from (rermany indicate a large return of Lmted States bonds within the next few months iu consequence of the unsettled condition of atlairs in Europe. To he Cloned. ¬ morrow, also the Custom House. Stock Kx change, etc. Very little business will be done. South American News. - additional news from South America brought by the steamer Costa Rica: bince the sailing ol the last steamer Pan ama has been kept in a stale of excitement by tne reiwt ot a revolution being nightly expected. The present government is so unpopular and feeble that with a force of only .iOrt soldiers it is in hourly dread of being turned out of power, and it can only keep itself in office by the most stringent measures. Great disappointment has been felt by the residents ui Panama that Presi dent Morquera did not visit the Isthmus and see for himself the evils ot an adminis tration requiring a standing army to sup port itself against the vox populi. The lust steamer from South America br'ngs confirmation of tbe defeat of the Spaniards at Callao. The Spaniards re ceived a most signal defeat, and have left icrri'de disgrace it is said lor Monte- vido. Prior to his departure from Callao. Admiral Nunez, the Spanish commander. addressed a communication to tho British Consul, full of the usual bombast, in which he stated that having chastised the Peruvians, he now leaves tue waters ot the Pacific, ready at any thime to return in the event of their growing insolent. It may be added that his dispatch does not contain one solitary truth that it is entirely fic- itious. There is no news of importance from Central America. The Cholera. Eleven new eases of cholera are reiort- ed on tbe steamer L'nion, and thirty-eight on the steamer Peruvian at the lower quar antine. The number sick received on the hospital ship on the -Tith from the l'nion was W, and from the Peruvian 2'., of whom 14 died. XXXIXth. Congress. WASHINGTON, May 31. HOUSE. On motion of Mr. WILSON, of Iowa, the nato amendment to the House bill to lucilitatc military, postal and commercial communication among several States, was taken trom the Speakers table and con curred in. The bill haa therefore, passed Dfun uonsc3. Tho House resumed the consideration of the bill to promote the construction of a Railroad trom Pittsburgh, Pa., to Cleveland, Ohio, which was under discussion when the morning hour expired. LbULUM) made an argument against tue prmcpne ot congress, assuming such authority as is proposed in the bill, and that reported yesterday by Mr. STEVENS to promote the construction of a line of rail way between Washington and the north west. He did not believe that Congress possessed sovereign rights over every Slate u every essential particular. jvir. bCOi'i.i.ljlJopposed.tho bill, con ten d- ng that the proper action to be taken by Congress should be the passage of a general nui instead oi a special one. Air. .MOUtH-bAD argued in favor of the bill, and expressed the hope that both it and the bill to construct a line betweH V ahington and the north-west would pas. .ir. UiMU opposea me bin, arguing that it was unnecessary, as the State ot Pennsylvania had always been liberal to the neighboring States in regard to Rail roads. Mr. EG'.IjESTON spoke in support of the bill, and Mr. COFFROTH followed on the same side. gjTne debate was closed by Mr. GAR FIELD in advocacy ol the bill. He con- luded by moving tbe previous Question. which was seconded by tho House. 1 he bill was then passed by a vote of 77 to 11. The following was taken from the table and referred : To regulate the transportation of nitro lyceriue or glycerine oil. tor tne relict ot commodore inos. lurner. The Senate's amendment to the House bill to amend postal law, authorizing the ppeintment ot examiners to examine a site fer a fresh water basin for iron-clads. Mr. LYNCH moved that the joint resolu tion be put on its passage, and moved the revious question. Mr. LEULONU suggested that it should be referred to the Committee on Naval Affaire. Mr. LYNCH explained that the proposi tion was simply to examine a site for the iron clads near Portland, Maine. It was intended to 'detail for the purpose some naval officers near that station. It was simply a matter of enquiry, and he did not see. any reason wny n snouid be reierred. The joint resolution was read three timos and passed. Ike following were presented. Several acts relating to the District oi Columbia, and several private bills to provide for the ayment ot bounties to certain Indian tribes. Providing for tbe payment of cer tain military forces to protect American itizens engaged in lumbering on ie St. Croix river in the State of Maine. On motion of Mr. PIKE the House pro ceeded to consider this bill, and after dis cussion, it was passed. ihe brij.Ji.ri presented a message irom the Senate on the subject of the death of Lieut-General Winfield Scott, and on mo tion of Mr. SCHENCK the concurrent reso lution providing for an adjournment until Monday.and for a deputation of Congress to attend the obsequies of the departed soldier wss agreed to unanimously. Mr. PERHAM from tho Committee of Conference on bills amendatory of the pen sion tax, madeareportwhich was agreed to. A resolution was adopted that the Com mittee on Pensions inquire into the exped iency ot increasing tne pensions to widows of deceased soldiers and sailors of the re cent war in proportion to the number of children under six years. A message was received Irom the resi dent enclosing further reports of Generals Steadman and Fullerton in reference to the , operations of the Freedmen's Bureau. A bill was lntroducca to enlarge ine powers of the National courts as to process. The bill to reduce the pay of officers and regulate the pay of soldiers was discussed. Adjourned till Monday. J ine House xuuiiivm? w abtenu me iu- ; neral of Gen. 6cott: The Speaker, Messrs. I Schenck, Deming, Mara ton, Rosseau, Bing- am. Ancona, ivetcnum. Banks, and bit- Banks in place of Blaine excused. of of if be as of be to as act in SENATE. tee, reported a resolution for the relief of Paul Forbes, contractor for the building of the iron clad Idaho. Mr. WILSON. Irom the Committee of the two Houses on the death of General Scott, reported a resolution of respect and vener ation for the memory of the deceased, and that as a farther mark of respect, when the two Houses adjourn to-day it be to meet on Monday, and that a Joint Committee of seven Senators and nine Renresentatives re appointed to represent Congress at the funeral ol tne .Lieutenant Uenerml. The resolution was adopted unanimously. The Senate agreed to report on the Con ference bill to amend the pension law The Tax bill was received from the House and referred to the Finance Committee. The Reconstruction resolution was next taken up. The pending question was on the substitute for Section 3. Mr. DOOLITTLE moved to amend by inserting tne word "voluntarily before tne words "shall have" and before the words "engaged in insurrection." Rejected by 10 against au. Mr. Doolittle moved to except those who uuiy received pardon and amnesty. Re jected. The section was then adopted by against iv. The CHAIRMAN announced the follow ing gentlemen as the Committee to attend the funeral of Gen Scott : Messrs. Wilson Johnson, Lane, Davis, Grimes, Anthony and JNesmitn. Mr. CAANDLER introduced a bill to amend the National Currency Act author ising the issue of IOfl,otO.OOU in notes ad ditional to the 9:; 00, ooo.utM) provided fer in section 22 of said act, provided not over $d,uuu,w,u be issued witnin six months from the passage oi this act and not over t2,ooo.- 000 per month thereafter: and provided that any existing bank applying before the 1st of October next, if annrored bv the Comptroller as in good standing, shall have autnnnty to became a national bank. And provided, also, that a bank of unimpaired capital in States having the least ratable amount el circulating notes snail nave preference in receiving such authority. And provided, that the entire amount given to national banks converted from State banks shall not exceed $15,000,000; and preference shall be given such States and Territories as have not received their rotable proportion of circulating notes, so to equalize tbe entire apportionment of .4ou.t'uu,u'j. 'i ne out also amends tne na tional Banking act so as to require banks in Aew lork, Boston and Philadelphia to have on hand, at all times, in lawful money of the United 6tates, at least 25 per cent, of the aggregate amount of its notes in circulation aud deposits. If below 25 per cent, such banks cannot make loans, dis counts, or pay dividends till the required proportion is adjusted ; providing tnat clear ing bouse certificates oe deemed lawful money. It is also amended by allowing each association to select, subject to the ap proval of the Comptroller, an association in New York, Boston or Philadelphia, in wf ich to redeem its circulating notes at par. It ia alao amended by striking oat the exemption irom btate taxation. Mr. GRIMES, from the Naval Committee, reported with amendments the bill to define the number and regulate the appointment of officers in tbe navy. The active list of the navy is to be one Admiral, one Vice Admiral, ten Rear-Admirals, twenty-five Commodores, fif-y Captains, ninety Com manders, one hundred and eighty Lieuten ant-Commanders, one hundred and eighty Lieutenants,one hundred and sixty Masters and one hundred and sixty Ensigns, and in other grades the number now required by aw. including tbe retired list, tne total number of Rear-Admirals is not to exceed i twenty-one. j Air. DOOLliiJLt . opposed tne section above given as a new punishment already committed. He objected to it as making no distinction between those who were forced into tbe rebellion and those who voluntarily entered it. It was founded on injustice and would not and ought not to receive the sanction ot the Houtnern etatea. It was probable that the resolution would be parsed, having been agreed upon in caucus, but it seemed to mm (Doolittle) tnat tbe Senate ought to pause before involving in ike punishment bold tne guilty and tne innocent. There was another objection to the section. It annulled all the pardons and amnestic! granted by the President, by authority of Congress under an act of July li th, 1S62. These pardons restored those te nom tnev were extended to tneir run 'hts as citizens. Mr. JOHNSON said the Supreme Court has substantially so decided. Mr. GRIM FS ah id what Mr. .Doolittle said was true as to the disabilities for crime already committed. The object of the sec tion now pending, however, was not punish ment for what was past, but preventive against wnat was in tne lulu re, it being presumable that they who had rebelled once would do so again unless some pre caution was taken to prevent them. Mr. DOOLITTLE read from the Presi dent's amnesty proclamation to show that fall pardon, amnesty and restoration to full rights as citizens were granted under it He believed that if the present Congress had permitted the loyal Representatives irom tne boutbern states to take their seats at tbe beginning ot the session United States bonds would be ten per cent, higher than they are now: and he believed fur ther that if this had been done Maximilian would be out of Mexico. Adjourned. of is is so of at to Special Dispatches. RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK. A. M. Special Dispatches to the Western Press. PARTICULARS OF THE CALLAO FIGHT. Ji'tw York, May 31. A Panama paper furnisbeM a detailed account of tbe bom bardment of Callao. It appeara that aftar tne failure ol riunez to mate any aenona impression upon the fcrta, he dincted hia fire upon the city of Callao, but the Yaluabla articles had been remored before the en gagement, and although three thousand shot and snell were tbrown into tne city, the injury inflicted waa trifling. After the bombardment Admiral Xunex addressed a singular letter to tbe British Charge d'Af- fairs in which he says : Having chastised Peru for the unjust provocation given by her Government by th. bombardment of Callao. and the attack on her fortifications, whose many and heavy guns only three were replying to tbe hre ol tnia squadron when it retired to ita anchorage, the un dersigned haa the honor to anuoance that Irom tins date tne bloc Kade ot callao is raised, and the squadron leave, the waters Peru, at the same time assuring him that tho Government of Peru should molest or permit injuries to be don. to Spanish snb jecta, residenta in Peru, the naval forces of tier Catholic Mmesty will return to th, waters to revenge the same. Tha fleet had sailed from before Callao and business was being resumed. as ai CONFIRMATIONS. Wasbihgtos. May 31. Th. Senate in executive session to-day confirmed the nomination of Jamea Wilson, of Indiana, to Minister Resident at Veneiuela; Win. Faxon, of Connecticut, to be Assistant Sec retary of the Navy, vice Fox, resumed, and the latter to be an additional Secretary of the Kavy for six months, under the recent act of Congress. The benato also connrmed Wm. P. Smith, so long and popularly known Master of Transportation ol the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company aa Collector of Internal Revenue for the Third District of Maryland ; Edward Fox to be Judge of the United States District Court for the District Maine, and Jamea L. Smith, of Iowa, to agent of the Otoe and Missouri Agency, 1 QUEER. Our Minister at Liverpool write, under date of May 18th : ' Some two weeta ago I advised yon of the shipment from this port to New York of some l9,utiu bushels ot wheat, i now nave inform th. Department of State that the Citv of Cork, which sails to-morrow, takes freight i'J9 casks of French wheat flour, valued at 1048. I think this i. the first instance of the shipment of French flour from this port for tbe United State., and nrnhablv the first time flour haa ever been shipped as merchandize from Europe to .nw PRECAUTION. The Secretaay dressed circulars to collectors of customs directing attention to the joint resolution of Congress approved may 2t)th, 180(1, and the of February 25th, 1797, respecting quarantine and health laws. He says : xou will without aeiay place youraeivea communication with your respective State and municipal authorities and .id them 30 far aa the force under yo.r control il permit in executing such quarantine health laws and regulations aa may be established by them to prevent th. intro duction of cholera into th. porta of th. United States. tc. .1 NO FOREIGN TROOPS FOR MEXICO. Tha following fa an official translation from a French newspaper of the 17th of May: The embarkation of troop, of Austrian Volunteers, for Mexico, haa been counter manded. Those enlisted have fawn dis charged, and the majority of them have been enrolled in tne army ol th. onn. DECISION. Th. Attorney Gtnaral has decided that Tw7r CRTBBa. UTAVu. ABO i , JOtt CLITIL150 L KID IK Caw FTICS t HO. 143 BVPBKIOK RIU TIMI OF TBI WIIKLTl Oa ,aar (0S laaaa)M To tfc. nttar a. of a Olab of taa. w. win ad a eopy vf tha at aaaLT liaaaBB, gratia ; it ttMaty, aapT of th. Tri-Weekl, ; ot tairt j aa4 apwar4, cojif of th. Daily. Aaaraat OIBTIH5I) LIAPUR COVPkW. the act of March 3d, 1863, withdraws and appropriates to the Vallego claimant, all the lands within the limit, of th. Buaool Ranch, in California, where th. claim.nts may establish their rights according to th. requirements of that law. ibis derision haa been sanctioned by th. Secretary of the Interior, and becomes aa authoruive determination of tne question, and will govern all laws eominr uo under the act of 18A3. The Register and Receiver at San Francisco will be instructed accordingly- The Report ol the beeretarv of the Treas ury with reference to the aalee of gold, will f robably be sent to Congreaa on Monday, t is stated that it will show th. total sales amounting to about $35,ono,00 at a premi um sine, tbe 1st mat, of 3u; also that no gold waa sold in March and April for leas premium than 27. A long Report upon th. timber queauon of the West was to-day transmitted. FROM NEW ORLEANS. Nsw Or.i.RAirs, May 31. Th. weather continues bad for cotton. & N. Morrison's drug store. No. 12 Magui. treat, was destroyed by fire last night. Aiosa juaBj tnsnrea lorH",m"'- A Vera Cms steamship leave, on th. 7th STEALER REPLETION. Mercpbis, from New Orleans for St. Louis. explod d at the foot of Buck Island, 4 miles below here, at 8 o'clock this morning, tearing away th. forward cabin and setting tho oat on fire. She bad 28 cabin passen gers and GO deck hands. The following were tbe lost: Mr. smith, fcvansville, Mrs. Donna Des fries, Pilot F. Perdue, G. Britton, ateexmana George Hanger, 1st Engineer Harrison t ox, two stewards, U. A. Hamil ton, cabin t boy, and Jaa. Robinson. Th. following were the scalded : Mrs. Wake field, Mrs. Seldon, Samnel Harris, Second Mate, leg broken, Nick Burns, 2d Engineer, leg broken. Sixty persons are supposed to be lost and injured. The steamer St. Pat rick brought ud the survivors. The Mem. phis was owned by the Atlantic Steamship Company and valued at $'JO,000. Insured. PUBLIC LANDS. Ju'lgo Edmonds. Commissioner of tfca General Land Omoe, in reply to a call for information, under the resolution of Re presentative Donnelly, as to the expediency aiding experiments in promoting th. growth of forests on the western plains, states that the vast plains and plateaus can only be rendered habitable by planting forest trees which will fertilize and moisten the soil, aollen and modify the climate, and protect men, animals, and crop. from the devastating wfndsof those regions. Th. supply of timber in th. western two thirds of th. Union ia shown to be very meagre. While the prairie region is vast n extent while our population haa naen from three to thirty-three millions, w. hav. gone through and surrounded the pri meval forests and entered upon the margin the great treeless waste with our original store three-fourths consumed, tne demand accelerated, and the consumers to increase from thirty-three to fifty millions daring this century. Extend the time fifty year. ' into the next century and unless ws com mence to grow forests we may be driven to the nse of boards three inches wide, aa in China at th. present time. Ia it net appa rent that we should at once cease to need lessly destroy and commence to produce limber? The Commissioner thinks the object can not be accomplished by granting alternate sections of land aa the Homestead Act al ready gives upon the condition of set tlement for the cost of planting and caring for infant forests, alternate sectional grant, would be an Inadequate consideration. He not prepared to recommend any general system to encourage the growth of fo est. but thinks one may be matured by free discussion and when information is com piled as to the extent of natural foreata, e. which ia now being prepared by agents. He closed with three suggestions. First, That the Homestead Act be ao amended aa to oblige the planting of tree, by th. settlers.. Second. That the Government Surveyors be required to plant the seeds of trees adapted to tbe climate, around each estab lished correr. Third. That grants may, with propriety be made for the purjiuse of demonstrating the possibility and feasibility of growing forests upou tne great western plaiua. Such an experiment would stimulate individual enterprise in that direction, which after all the only reliable and efficient power for great a work, and it would furnish facts which might aid iu the development of some general FLORAL DECORATION ON THE GRAVES OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS. the gravea of Confederate soldiera buried Hollywood, for which extensive prepar ations had been made, took place to-day. Business woa suspecded in the city and nearly the entire white population repaired the cemetery during the day, and took part in or witnessed the memorial honors. There was no speaking or formal ceremony. proceedings passed ofT quietly and without accident. The weather was clear delighti'ul. TELEGRAPHIC. Lascastsr, N. H., May 31 The Ameri Telegraph Company hav. this day completed their White Mountain line to this town, aud opened an oflice her. and at Whitesfield. SUICIDE. named Jacob Anther committed suicide in this city this afternoon, by blowing his brains out with a revolver. Cause : embar rassment in business and love. The affair has created considerable excitement. FENIANS. Naw Haves, May 31. One company of Fenians, IDS strong, left here this evening bound north. RESIGNED. Sidney Gay, some years msnaging editor of th. Tribune, has resigned his position, but still retains connection with that journal PIC NIC. a Jones' woods to-day. Six hundred per sons were present. Speeches were mad. sustaining the strike. HONORS TO THE DEAD. requesting .suspension of business in city to-day in honor of the memory of late General Scott. Th. Mavor and other city officials will proceed to West oint to-morrow morning to take part in th. funeral ceremonies. SEWINC MACHINES. WHEELER & WILSON'S Sewlnsr machines! 30ft Superior Streeef. WM, SUMNER & CO. apa.-39l Awrr. TONSORIAL. LONG HUMAN HAIR. reran ixpoKTATies. WM. DAY HAS REMOVED TO 10J PUBLIC KJLiBI.-MB. WILLIAM DAT having jtwt arrireS frov Karoos would ia- lori. ia. lmm mma paoitc pMnuj, um mim mm, for lo.Dctioa th. Ukraat and Mo.t eo.. .Mck of HUMAN HAIR. GOODS mr ofered then ia Cleveland. HaadaoaM Loa, Hair, brought MpMi.ilv for th. nana factories of SWITCH!, BBAIDB, COIL HEAD DBKAEg, LadiM will do well to ezanlao this bmtlral b.for sarchaaiBg eUwwhr. M. B.-Kui ver pretty Hrad Drawee sroerht direct from Parte th. vary latest faaakm (new aMhxns la Coils, Twists. Bows, o.) Anv of th aboTe Head DrMt all of which eaa b. aiad.oak ewitcSM. aad Braids wlthoat Injury toofttor. mm- lmm uair lrwJ.IBg la ail th. latest m nl .llln. .1.1... worts OIL WORKS. KIC1L8I0B Oil W0BKS. ROCKEFELLER k, ANDREWS, (oooaaorts t Aadrsws, Clark a Co. MAsrrACTUEisa ahd irruiu or CARBON OIL, Benzine and Lubricating Oils. i. . aoeavautam. aaarraa AJraaawa. OrnOI Roa 4. Rratoa'a BiMk, Atarwla I vCHTIRPAJtlS. MM, 114, 12-4 J aad 13-4 Co.at.rpuM, rxfaead prtcw. aw, bl J. V.U.UUI . vv.