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Ut gives uttsraaoe to noble and para sentiments aad betrays the poet's eye for the at 7 stories as weu as toe aeaa ties oc nature. new loraavaa geUst. "We commend U for the aa&y Rqe poems It caatatiw." llom jAunai. tmpiea sent, poet-paid, by mail, 0 receipt ot j price. For sale try Junes S2S IK OB AM k BBAQfi, Cleveland. O. '.- SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE t . . ABD ANNUITY COMPANY, . BRANCH OFFICE: ' ' FOaKST CITT BLOCK, ICQ. .ITS SI PERIOR STREET, H". TrnrBKKT, Hsaaiar . W. MkK&aai'lAaTamat, ; . . aTATKMET OF THE COXDITIOK Q of taseSOCBITT L1TB IHSURASOB AND , AKAt)ITt;uCAliT, o teetrat oaj aaha,, tatta, asaae te th. Avdito of Ohio, SAraoAa: t k atatat. af that BtatA. BASIl AXB LOCATloa. ' ' . 1 Tata saSM af taa Ooaapaay Is ta. "sWesritf Lai. lanrttN aad Aaaalty UoAtpAar, aa4 I. locatad unnuaMi,ai. Tka aaaosat it IM OapltAl Stock pal. - ;- iio,e-.ooo n. Aasara. . Cask ot la. OaaajiAav a auaas.aaA la tka kAad. ol Aam aaA staar iiwii ftl,0M at I la. AVoaAi aaA ack. acd bl th. 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Babacrlbed aad aSrawd aror. as. tkis Satk aar af kUj, ISM. SBAlj fTit Oast Staasp HANSOH0. GIBSON, Hour? PubUc. ; met or vas AuaiToa or State, 1 CoLrastra, O., Jan. a, . II at kerebj crtlSod, that tka fortifrio is a cor rast eopv of th. alawof eoadiU.a af th. BuciiritT Idfo lasaraao. aad Anaait, Coatpaav of New York, Bad. ta and filed ia this offlc, lor th. year laee. Wltasas ail Bead aad Seel oflSciallj. ISCAI. JAS. H. OODMAN, . Aaditor ol State. CIBTIFICATE OF AUTHOSITT (Ta exyir. oa tka Stat day of Jaaaary, 17.) OrrtcK or tba Avarroa or SrsTa, ' iNscaaxca BarAarMBHT, OoumBva, Ohio, Jaa.a,lba. Waa. tka aesritv Lin laawraaa. aad A. .ally Compaay locatad at New York, ia ta. Stat. fNw Tark, aaa AM la tkia eftlce a swara stete ssaa af tta-awditkaa. aa raaairad by th act "Ta aAlaM Iaearaaee Caaspaataa sot tacorvoraled aiy tkaBtawafOk'o," paewd April S, 166a, and anas lil fakraaryS, IBM, aad tkaact "To ragm aaw FarfcigB laaaraaca Compaaiaa." paaaad April A. its: aad, s aaraas aaid Ooaapaoy aaa fniwiaaad ska ni liiiali aia aatislactorj aridsnae that it Is aaaaiaaia at aa mail Oapital of at least Oa. IlaadTad aad Fifty Thoaaand DoDara, Invested aa aaaalaad ay aald acta; aad Wkawaa, aaid Coaapaay ka. fisad aa that aaaaa a writtoa iastraaMst aaaar Its eoraarata asat, airajd ky ta. ISaaidaat aad tacretary tkaraaf, aatkortsiaa; aay agaat ar egeata ea aaaa usaapaay ta sbw aw. tw KunMp nr. Tie. of araeaas, tar aad la behalf of said Caeapeay accardtag to tka tana af eaat aat of April a, Ms. Mow, tkaretsra, la paniBaaoa of tka acta annnit. t. Jinn H. Godaaaa, Aaditor of Btata for Okas, da harrby earUfy that aaM Seearity Lik Iwarmao. aad Aaaaity Coaapaay of Maw York, la aataoriaed to traaaaet th baaiaraa af Ltaa lamrasee ia tkia itata, aatil taa tUrty-Brst ay af Aaaaarv, ta tka yaar Oaa TA nasal il Eight Baadred aad kixtyvtM. - la wttaaaa wharaaf, I aawa aalfuao aab acrilwd ray aaaa., aad caused taaaealof aay aale. to be aaYxed, tk. day aad yaar Seal pstasat JAMBS B. GODMAB, Aedftor of State. RWBEatatT at TXt Aarmta. Bt utaraiaara, u. : A VA-ErETTEa OP LADIK3' ' U Paiaasaad IWawiBles at sraatry radaaad prloaaat O0WI.ES". T7KT rns twt JjrmUj radaaad aaraan at OOWaaTT. - I eaie : a I s -i?8 Hem At ha i A ; J I I ! X. I Morning Edition. I SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1866. VOL. XX-NO. 135. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, I BOILER TUBE BRUSHES Palrnlrd Karen Sit, 1863. IS sMsYersnat sites from 1 1-4 Is a Inch. Bfesbtrisir4 fna fnrla Tesunerrd F&lm2&2 a ssu sasrea a. ire. rorcMUBf Boiler Tube of bctvlem, Boot, Ashe, . Is JI Te.ba.ar Botlen grnat MTitLg of fa el nay ium dt toe ojuiy nee 01 me avoore Hrnth. t ft will rottOTe tbe tceU that forms whirii ii Boa-conancior 01 Mi) u wu a eoot end ojuie. Beiof made of SPUING TKMPKRKD FLAT bTJCkL WIKE, gives grmUr eluiicity, adding tore than double to the weari og aurface. Th wires are inaly eoldered to the haft, which will allow the tube to be cleaned while hot. Ther are made la anrttr form, so that when tubes Im. omi ciopged with aithea; by tnrDtng the brush, It acta a a borer, eaeiij removiDg all obstruct loo a. b. riuKK, Ag-nt, Jnpe:32S l42Cha0laia-et Cievelnnd. O, Kotlee to tli Whom it Kay Concern Notic is Weby givn that it is deemed ecawar- by tbe City Coaarfl of the City of Ctereland to morlde for the constmrtlnn braach sewer la a part of Protp-ct and ranjrr wwwt aoo or tnat parpoae an urauaance n bow Mdiag before aaid City Council. All persoai naviaf; ooj scaoM m ine conemictloa or amid tractt sewvr, are bcrebj reaaeetcd to Ble their ob- JactiOB with (the City Cttrk of said city within m vaji Hir im upiraiKw or two wnll Iron me am potMKvtton or tbii notice. Br ordftof the Citr Conncil. aX. BILL, City Cleik. JEWETT & GOODMAN, ' HAKorACTvaeas or ORGANS AXDMELODEOXS! For Churches. Schools, Parlors.&c rfessfrsm 9fM tw TW-Twfnty-eae OVR ORGANS CONTAIN ALL vaivabU laprTrTrsjsntfl, inclndiaff tbe " Ar- tom ATI c bwbix, whico wat patented ty air. Jewett. aad wbkh haa made the ' Cabinet Organ" awe4tb rated. There are maoj organs offered iV.r caa are similar in appearance, bat radically different and inferior la their cone tract ion. Per- sons wanting a genuine article will rnd to as tor esertptiTe circa lax and farther information. , Address J KW KT t M OOODMaN, june7 lMOntaritvst.t Clevei-iid. Ohio. Balden, Clarke & Wiknn I ' i arsoan.tB akd bttsii Booksellers & Stationers, Bfa, IOH Monnuirnt Sqnart?. Nxaa rosTorncs.) CLEVELAND, OHIO. BIP0SIT0BY OF THE AMERICAX BIBLE SOCIETY, SUNDAY SCHOOL, j m . f. A" I AllU. ImCt O0C1G116S. I I n R. P. XVI. W. R P m w LOOK OUT For the new Patent MOP WRINGER, CompanloB to the Clothes Wringer! rrlptl at kai In tarsi ay 'a l.eaatcr. T. wa aad Coaaty Bights for Sale. ane8:Ml D. A. SHEPARD &. CO. , : Are caaauag oat laatr aatlra stock; af FURNITURE, SBBATI.T BEDOOED PBICBa, oonalattng of Parlor acd Chamber Sets, Tetes-aTete, Sofas, ' Lounges, t . - . . Tattles, CtaaVlrs, ate , taeaMewr saalraliU variety af taaaaaaabla aaaia Tar- Wa iavita all those aaairoaa af par aaaaakts, aaaaB aad snaiala. taaaa goode, at at win taa atat taeartaalty at (aAtaag aar aajatoas Tllf BTOOal STTJ9T BB BOLD WIT HIM TBI all BAATB KSIA ... Bas-Oar store Bo. Vtl Water ajrreet wiH be tor Baal aa or aaoart ta lrat at Jaa. aaxt. aplfcSUilstf 9, A. 1E1PABS A CO, awes a arm ma-ran.. " I I ! ae in o to ed at may n A 7T.V T T? A TiT?"D MJ.XJ X Xi XAJXJ XiL. SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1866. aWr For Ercnlns: Edition Sewi see uaide. US For Morning Edition Sews see outside. 8. M. PinuaiLi. A Co.. Newspaper Ad vertising Arencv. 27 Park Row. New York, and 10 State treat, Boston, are agents for :irVi and Cad Ad as. They are authorised to take advertisements at the same rates that we charge at this office. THE NEWS. Gold closed last night at 139, Tbad. Stktiks continues ill. A scbool-bodsi in Augusta, Georgia, was demolished by a tornado on Tuesday, and seven children- killed and nine wounded. Tea Eiebmond Examiner has a bad spell. It calls the pr. -posed result at Fenianism "aCeltick Republick. Ta Feoiana made an attempt at Roches- trr, X. Y., yesterdav, to seize two Canadian steamers, but were frustrated. I A con pant of one hundred and fifty able badied Canadians and Bribes left Cincin nati night before last for Canada, to lend a band against the Fenians. Sssoa Rovebo still declines having any thing to do with Santa Ansa, although the Utter has written him a full explanation of his motives and objects. Hob. Aasos Bcbli.sami, our Minister to China, and Gen. Von Valkenbnrg, Minister to Japan, have sailed from San Francisco to their respective posts. Tea Oregan State election has been held recently, and althoogb tho returna are not all ia, a Union triumph is claimed of from 700 to 1,000 majority. Tag Canadian Parliament opened in Ot-1 Uwa yesterday. A synopsis of the Gov- ernor General's speech will be found in the dispatches. Gew. SwEimT and Col. Ma ha n were ar-1 raigned before a civil tribunal in St. Albans I yesterday, and will be kept in custody un-1 til they give ban, the lormer ta f-',uou, and the latter in $500 bonds. Am accident happened night before last I on the Pottaville, Pa.,Road at Valley Forge, I caused by a switch being left open, by which two persons were killed. One young girl had both her legs broken. Tat ex-rebel soldiers in the lower coun ties of Maryland are said to be drilling, and threaten a raid on a Government farm , ,,-, f. vv ,,.i,. I in that locality. Measures have been taken to puta stop to their proceedings. Junes Lawbbbce, of the Supreme Court of Illinois, has decided that the gift enter prises of Chicago are lotteries, and the Dis trict Attorney has taken steps to drive the various enterprises of that kind from the city. Stragoi.ibs from the Fenian army, just I over the line in Canada, on returning to St. Alk.Hi. aa-a fnmlalnul ii-anannttoilia A I iKair KnmM htr (hft TT ft aiitHni-WtAe. rxA I J ' I are very grateful for it. They say as soon that fact ia known at the front, tbe Feuian I army will be among tbe things that were. I r... -m,n.i;.ti,. a r nflVl. h an order, bv direction of Gen. Meade, prohibiting the transportation over railroads or by water of any person or materials of war designed or supposed to be desiened to violate the neutrality laws. The transmission of telegraphic messages cypher relating to Fenianism is also pro hibited. feBBT naa an interview witn tne u. a. District Attorney yesterday, and offered to iriv hail in hiinwn racoimizAnee of S20.000. ' ' but emphatically refused to give his parole desist from any further attempt to " at tain the object he has been endeavoring to accomplish He aras remanded to the cus tody of the otficer in charge of him, and probably passed last night inBide of a jatL Gkh. SrsAB, (now that General Sweeny is placed Aors du combat,) the commanding of ficer of tbe Fenians, is a tall, gentlemanly Irishman of fifty, " one of tke rale ould sort," with frinled hair and moustache, and a military air. lie graduated at West Point thirty years ago, commanded a Penn sylvania regiment during the rebellion, and says he resigned a brigadier's eommia rion in the regular army to join his fortunes with Fenianism. F. P. Blaib, who fought against rebels during the war, is now fighting for aad fra ternizing with his late enemies. At Kan- City, Mo., on Saturday, he was enter tained by a committee of ex-rebels and their sympathizers. Among them was one Cspt. Pnlliam, who drilled and commanded the first company of rebel recrnita in the place. When Pulliam was introduced to Blair, he said : " General, yon and I differ quite materially three years ago, but I am now happy to welcome you back on my platform." Tbi second trial of Coovert for the mur der of the Boosa family U now in progress Lebanon, 0. Some new and important testimony has been produced. The State has proven by two witnesses, that there was on the frame ot the window through which the murderer escaped, the mark of a bloody right hand, without a thumb on his right hand. The testimony of Mary Shaf fer, of Middleton, that she heard Coovert give a full account 01 the murder at day light the morning after it was committed, hours before information of it could have reached that place by the papers or any other means, was corroborated. An attem pt was made at middletown, before the trial commenced, to murder Mary Shaffer. Five shots were fired at her as she was passing along the street at night, one of them graz ing her head. I I I I j I in Vi of in f in of of of to of The King of the Pestilence. The arrival of the steamer Peruvian in the harbor of New York, carrying on board that terrible freight, cholera, is the third warning which we have had during the present season, of the approach of the Asiatic pestilence. It is not often that death takes such pains to herald bis com ing. And, sudden and swift and terrible as is the plague whose omens fill the air, we have this at least for which to be grateful to it that it has sent its messen gers before it to prepare a way for its coming. We owe it the more thanks be cause tbis is of all diseases the one against which care and cleanliness can most easi ly provide. Forewarned; forearmed. By giving us fair notice of its approach it has enabled us to take arm against it. And we believe that the country kas made provifion against it to a greater extent than ever before. When the cholera cornea it will find us ready, and the scourge will be a light one much lighter than in lormer years. In order that our readers may understand what the cholera has done in Cleveland during the periods of its vUitation here, we print to-day in sir local columns a very interesting arti cle in reference to the history of the plague in this city on its three visits here. It will be seen that the cholera has nevsr raged here so virulently as in many cities of the country, owing ia part to the ex cellent location of tbe city, on hill slpp- i. defeat the House Niagara Fall Ship I jaw aa as 7 ing in one direction to the lake nd in the I other to the river, and in part to the gen eral good habits and- cleanliness of our population. The tame caused will, we trust, procure for us a like immunity should the pestilence visit us during the present season. And we believe that will not be as fatal in its present visit as in former ones. The people and the pby icians have alike become more accustomed made very thorough preparation against it We trust that, in view of the repeated warnings which we have had of its prob able approach, these preparations maybe continued without relaxation, not only by the city authorities, but by private cit izens. LETTER FROM MIDDLEBURG. An "Ancient Village"—Its New Start— Manufactures—Mineral Coal—Prospective Advantages. [Special Correspondence of CLEVELAND LEADER] MIDDLEBURG. June 5. 1865. An interesting place is this ancient vil lage of Middleburg, as from a short so journ of one of your subscribers, among tbe scenes of its business and of its rural beauties, he is able to testify. I call it ancient, because for twenty years before such a place as Akron, within two miles of it, was known, or even thought of Mid- dleburg was the business center of all the surrounding country. A M tne J6" 18 07. ,ts miU 80,415 upon the little Cuyahoga became improv ed, and were the resort of the inhabitants for many miles around. It was not, how ever, until the year 1617 that its village was established by Wto. Hart one of its enterprising founders when it com- meneed upon a growth, destined to make it of a very high rank, whieh, long ere thU, it would have fully attained but for tbe Ohio Canal, which suddenly built up Akron its near and successful rival. But. although retarded and kept in tbe back" ground for a long time by this event. Mid dleburg is coming up again, to realize the exrjectations of its enterprising founders. ft U Wntnin fllatinfrniar. fnr i potteries, for which it possesses remark able facilities, as the far-tamed city of Sheffield is for its cutlery. Its manufac tories, rapidly increasing, now more than twentv in number, line the banks of the little Cuyahoga, the deficiency of which in waterpower for so great a business, is made up by the appliance of steam. In these are produced every variety or earthen ware known to tne art, and it is marvelous to see what can be done with clay in the hands of the potter. Among the other manufactories is that of Hill and Adams, for the sewer pipes, which supply our Western cities, and of Wetmore, Robin son & Co., for the finer wares. Without going into statistics it is safe to say, that tbe production of earthen ware, in quantity and value, Middlebury exceeds every other place in the country. musl no' P " "P6" ! 1000,11 V 61UUU1VU Ul BU CA-LCliAV V UaUh.UI llJlil ... 'UD 1 M Afro hv I ;iAaa Hm a Sp 1 ;a nf vrtiir city which must have an important bearing npon the prosperity of Middle- bury, nd no small interest tot leve- land, in tbe explorations of 1). YV . Cross, "?i "l I"."1 W.UU5H F"y . late to be mineral coal, an extensive bod of the same, of superior quality, was discovered to be underneath one of the farms of Miss A. L. Sumner, and of Mr. Moore, ninety feet below the surface, and strata of more than four feet in thick ness. Tbis valuable mine is now being opened and made available by Cross, ayne E Co., wbo bave become tne pro prietors, by an outlay of expenses which proves the saying in this instance to be true, that " it takes a mine to work a mine. The existence of tbi bed of coal, with forty miles of Cleveland by the canal, and with a capacity to yield more than live Hundred thousand tons to its market the best of coal, is of importance to Cleveland, and to Middlebury of immense advantage, as tbe material for tbe crea tion of steam will be furnished almost at their door, withont the usual cost of trans portation. The benefits to result from the enterprise of Cross, Fayne & Co., I be lieve, are well appreciated by tne people Middlebury. Time will not permit me to speak 01 the churches, schools, and other institu tions of Middlebury, which are giving it a 10 tbe All and a old Mn. with of open where made store, where Ear bat of Caab Caah rising importance. S. S. The New York Herald bvl the follow ing startling caption to a long editorial : "Shall we have the cholera or some other dreadful disease in New York?" To rbich the Louisville Journal replied: "Yon pays your money and you has your choice. " this was York ty since The editors of tho Petroleum Keptrtcr, Titusville, have changed tbe name of the paper, the Titusville "Weekly Hrralil be ing tne title adopted. of of were Brains are Tramp. The pea arrifai oa irAile raenrard maw, aad aa It will be alwaya. Let .vary peraoa abaat to tak. a atart In life aim first all to It bimealf for any position fortune may assign Bias to. Far particular kow to get a thor ough sasuwaj afaeatow, addreaa withont fail the well kuowa oCaal Bnriness College of Oberlin, Okie. ' Jnnsl AnnlversarjT. Tk. aaaivmary of th. Wee t- taen'a Friend Society, will be held in th. 2d PraabyteriAB Church (Dr. Hawk .) oa Sabbath, laorrow aftaraooa, at half past three .'clock. Aad at tha 1st Baptist Church, (Rev. Mr. Strong's) in the evening, at half past aeren o'clock. At these meetings th Anneal Beporta will be presented, aad addressee delirerrd by several Chap lains and Miaaionariee from abroad, and ty acme our City Pastors. The " Annual Sermon" will ba delivered by Bcv. Dr. Loomia, of New York, Secretary of the American Seamen'a Friend Society," in tba 1st Presbyterian Church, (Dr. Goodrich a) at half past aeven o'clock la tka evening. The American (Jaoklng Stove Is man- ufectorad witk certain improvements secured by lettera latent, under daUol May 5, 1SG3, and De cember S. 186S. One of these Improvements over tbe arrangement of fitting a portable ash pan in tke hearth of a Cooking Stov., to receive the ashes it passea dowa from the grata. All persons an cautioned sgalnst mAnnacturinK,vendiag or using other Stoves made la mrraTioa of tha AsutaiCAS, salts have been commenced for infringement of taaaa pateata, aad aB paraoaa aaanntactariag, etl linger aalng aaid ishtatioxs, wUl be liable tor damages for iafringem.nt oa these letters patent. SHEAB, PACKARD A CO., ' T7 And 19 Grecn-st., Albany, H. Y. The Amxaica!! is for sale by : . J.ht.BAlLEYAOO. Jone37S-e.o.d - Cleveland, Ohio. Spiritual Lectaures George Miller whose eloquence aad argaaantatlve pawara ara ansar- paaaad, wiH aaetvra at Temperance Hall, 1st Sape- riorstreet. to-aaorrow (Saaday) at 10 a. aa., aad p. at. ChOdrea'a lyoeam at 1 p- as. js aa- nstteal IJke Fantlnra The teeth soon becoaaa speckled If every delUment ta not re moved treat ikese every twenty foar hoars. To do this asTartaally there ia aoteiag like SOZ0DOBT. It literally landers ike .name! iaaparvioaa aad in dattrsrtibre. JuneS Pststsrs. PrafhlrlTrTi aai other varieties in car load, or barrels, at 60 Merwia at. . i jua4:S . " .-j: O-'StaT10ag A Of - Vase Para WeTferfte) Frevent taalera It kas bsea f&liy aacartainad, says tba report of a Fraack nomnlatloa, both at Parte aad else wkara, That taia water ia a prophylactic, (ot .i.veatlva,) af Cholera, sad that tka aarrer proved aa apidaatic la any dry where pure water mi excessively sssn.' Tka eslsbratad Kasata Water TUtar raaaoves from rata or kydraat water all ergaale aaattera, gaaais, eolor, taste at aJtan. Tor tale by ajrat SM-sod " ; W. P. rOOO, I price (taayTlT COWliTW." I Is the seen has of the the at at the be has y leal On fc-tny.; "HaVlo Paper s.ollara of every pattern, mads of the latest linen stock, eoMlstirjgf-Gray's, Hatha- way's, Troy, National atid tbe Perrfpny style. M AfTtENZTI k PARSONS. Manufacturer, of the ParUian Yoke Shirt, a.arl7:K13 14 Poplic Square, Cobb's nw Block mioans Family Olutmeaf. A SoTereign Remedy. This Ointment is truly a Xamlly Ht-iue- dy. It contains no poisonous or niiut-ral substance whatever; therefore It maybe nsrd In all cases with perfect sa'ety. It bis no equal for OUtiuate jicerai, viu sores, unrns, rcaias, uu, Jutanceus Eruptions, Bruises, Sore NippUa, Horn Breast, Piles, Bait ttheom, Chapped Hands, etc. Krery kind of sore containing the. least particle of In fiammatioD, is parmanontly cured by this great remody. Put up in glass bottlds, and fold at 26 cents per bottle. - These remedi bo longer stand among thoeeof doubtful utilitj. Tboy haTe passed from tbe tide of experiment, and now stand higher in reputation, and are more extensively need than all other articles of the kind. C.VUII0S. To protect ourselves and the public from bsing imposed upon by worthless imitations, the genuine will boar the foe timll signature ot the rropnetois on tie wrapper, ana walker a Taylor. Proprietors, Chicago, III., blown in the bottle. For sale by Druggists ar, J Merchants everywhere. WALKER k TAT LOR, Sole Proprietors, (Tilcago, Illinois, STRONG k ARMSTRONG, aplll:R14 V'hcUl Agents, Iks Parisian. Yak Shirt, manufactur ed exclusively by Messrs. Mackenzie ale Parsons, No. 14 Public Square, in Cobb's new Block. This pattern of Shirt is the only style now worn a the city of Paris. Its great peculiarity is its perfect adaptability to all forms of the human body, ths being perfect. mar!7:BlS tUemtf eineu'a Shirt laundry. I a a few days we shall have our Laundry in operation for the express purpose of washing Gentlemen's Ltnoa and thus enabling them to have their shirts and collars ironed equal to new. MACKENZIE k PARSONS, Manufacturers cf tbe Parisian Toke Shirt. II Public Square. marlT:R!S E. Sanaorrs, M. D., Horaeopalhlc Physician and Sargeon. Office No. 191 Eriestivet, between Euclid avenn. and Prospect street, Ros- lience 119 Prospect street. Office nonra from to A. M., and from 2 to 4 And 7 to 9 P. M. Ap27:3i!S Tbe Fonrlb Aannal renvrnllon of Cuyahoga County Snnday School Union will held Thursday next at tha First Baptist Church, Cleveland, at half-past 10 o'clock A. H per ecus interested io the cause areinvitod to attend. m.? 29 313 Moth and Frechles. Ladiee afflicted with Diacolorationa on the Face, called moth patchoe or freckles, should use PERBY'S Celebrated MOTH FRECKLE LOTION. It is infslliWe. Pre pared by Dr. B. O. PERBY, Dermatologist, 49 Bond street, N. Y. Sold by all drnpcits in Cleve- and elsewhere. Price mflylT-340 JEfaTyptiaa. Cull a. It cometh nato you with perfume which holdeth children from pl.y and aTatD from the chirnnev corner. Ttn a.! l Ooixins, sile proprietort. Sold by all Druggists. 6TEONQ k ABMSTEONO, BENTON, MY IBS k CAN f ELD, Junt-4 Wholeula Ants. Special Caution. MBS. WINSLGW S 800TJIISC. flTBTJf has beconie bo popular that varions p Arties have pot out articles calliog thrm Wiiulow'a. Pleaee take notice that the Mrt, WiQelow of tha Soothing Syr up 1b not conafcted any other article. Jan 2 34 Steel Stamp and Stencil Brantla, every description sad style, mAnofActnred st 19SODtArio, Harlbat'a Block, Hear Bnildiags. my8 B15 A.N. PIPKB. Gentlemen' FsaiaalMlilsta? KloreHow At 14 Public Square, Cobb's new Block, can be found every variety of Famishing Goods, consisting of 8hirtn, Collars, Drawers, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Dressing Gowns, Canes, Suspenders, and Gentlemen's Toilet Goods, all of the beat materials. Tra-le furnished at wholes.. nurl7:&13 MACKKNZ1B A PABBONa For Sato. 100 barrels prime Beans. 20 barrels prime uupared Peaches. COTTkELL A DICKEY, jnut :fc2 cs Merwin strevt. Choles Peacbblow Potatoes. Tbe un dersigned ia now offering tha finest lot of Isls&d Peachblow Fotatoea In this market, at his new Ko. 176 Ontario street. jnnej G. B. LODGE. Or. '. U. Llgttthill recently returned from Europe and la now at BusseH'a Forest City House, 1 e can be consulted on diaeaaea of the Eye, and on Catarrhal difficulties. He will remain a abort time. jnne4:S23-dw Equitable Lire AftMoranre Sorlely, the United States, . Broadway, New York. Accuranlavtion, S'JOOO.OOO 00 ; Aaanal Income, $l,000,iXt (r--pnrely mutual. An nual Oah DiTidenda. Tbis Society bava de tt?rmli.?d to d3clare their diTidendi ajtstjallv Ai h. The next dividend -w ill be declared Feb 1st, 1SG7. It la believed that no company this country will be able to present arrater ad vantages in Iti dividends to peraons assuring than Society, as its total expenditure to Income lees than that of any of the oldr American Companies, and it jw busineis for the past year (913,623,000) exceeds the new business of any Mew Company in any pravtona year. This Socie baa met with but one loss in this city Mr. Phillip I. Price, wbo was Insured three years Car $5 ,00tj. His heirs rcaired tbe amount bis policy (JS.OOO), and a dividend to the amount Vi73 10-40 in cash, within ten days after proofs ttetivered to the agents. Proposals for insurance or for agentdna apply to THAT FltS A MONSON, General Agents, Kit. I and 3 Park Building, may 4 Ctvelaitrd, Ohio. Psre's Pa nap and Garden Npriukler one of the most m-ss?1 and convenient articles recently invented. It is cheap, and adaptable to wants of every person who owns or oocupiea a ItoiaMsteed in town or country. Samplm maybe at No, 1 Atwater Block, rWve4an-1, Ofaio. jun8 321 If your Clergy ma it, or any of hi family Nervous Headache, Ncrvuns Toothache, or Neuralgia., presramt him with a bottl. r Wolott' Instant Pain Anniuilator. It will remove any these pains ia five minutes. Or, if affl icted with fatarrh, present him with twelve largbotttMof Annlhilatar, coiting only 910, and if he use it, according to directions, his care is warranted, or money refunded. S.-e tannt cf guarantee wrapped with each bottlo. Sold by all druggists. juneB Fancy Cabinet and Wooden Toilet Articles, of the most tasty style, manufactured 19S Ontario street, Hurlbut'a Block, Bear Buildings. A. N. PIPER, may8 R 15 Mechanical Jobber. Cholera ! Cholera 1 1 It is tta.iug I All should be prepared to ward It oil, not only by the adoption of proper sanitary means, but by having hand soma effect aai rem! j for reaUy nae when dreaded illseaBe appears. It is the opinion of eminent physicians that most cases of Cholera can readily cured if a prcpar remedy Is rued early. a remedy we now offer to the public In the article of Dr. J. B. Hiller'a Universal Magnetie Balm, with the fulla-it confidence In its remedial qualities as a Preventive and Cure for Cholera. 'It been thoroughly tested, and we speak advised' when we commend it to tbe public as the best known remedy for Cholera and Bowel Complaints. D. RANSOM, k Co., Proprietors. STRONG k ARMSTRONG, and BENTON, MTERS k CANri..Ll, Agents, Cleveland. may,fr:B14-DT.'yr ; Prof. H Anderson's Dermadcr Is a LI ajuid tor External Application. A valuable Cbm Combination, dstcovend by a eeleirated Ohenaist. Warranted to care Inflammation in all eases of Wounds, Braises, Sprains, Inflammatory RnmnatiAm, Bronchitis, Swelling of the Glands, InlUmmatiG& of th Eyes, Broken Breasts, F rosea Feet, OiilUaina, Piles, Pimples on tha face, Bee Stings, and all Sores the human flesh la heir to. Boreas and Cattle It cannot be excelled for th cure of Galls, Calks, Sprains, Wounds', ' and all hurts on svnimala. It never fails to cure If used as directed. ' D. RANSOM k CO., Proprietors. STRONG k ARMSTRONG, and BKWTOH MTXR9 k CAN FIELD, Agents, CVsVelaad. twy.ftR14.afJT.ftW A ElSarrinbnra; paper tells of a man who haa tailed in business four times, seen upset in a stage coach, and thrown down an embarnkment of sixty feet; fall headforenfost throne h a hatchway ia a tore in Resvdinc; baa been married three times. and Is the father of twenty -on children. (H stfll Hves,Mis In business at HarriebuT;, and keeps Bobnck's Bitten and Blood Pills ctrnfltantry to Ui " - Jt VTsmOsarXn BaVal D BBBB, " mjwj IK Osaarto street, E , LATEST NEWS BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE. LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES. EX-REBFL SOLDIERS DRILTJXG JX MARYLAND. T1IRK4TEN TO ATTACK A GOVKRY- MF.M FARM tiallroni Accident at Forge, Ta. Valley TWO Men Killed iindaGirl HorriblT J Mangled. TRAXSPORTATIOX OF FEXTAXS OVER RAILR0A3S OR WA TER PROHIBITED. Telegraph Messages in cypher also Prohibited. Atlen.pt toSelze Canadian Steam ers at Bochester, N. Y., Frnst rated. REQI IRED ts'O.OOO BAIL, TO tilVE Our Ministers to China and Japan Sailed from San Francisco. UXfOX STA TE OFFICERS ELECTED IXCREOOX. Opening or the Canadian .lament. Par Synopsis of the Governor's Speech. Associated Press Report General News. The Militia to be Called Out. Cuscord, X. H., June 8. It Is officially announced here from the War Department that oar State Militia is likely to be sum moned into service for the protection and vindication of neutrality in connection with the operations of the Fenians. More Transportation Wanted for the Skedaddlers. Portland, Mi., June S. It is stated that the Vermont Central Railroad have applied tho Grand Trunk Railway for tranaporta tion for the Fenians, owing to the universal skedaddle tbis morning using up all their cans. Arraigned. St. A l ban 3, Vt , June 8. Gen. Sweeny and Col. Mehan were arraigned before a civil tribunal this forenoon. The proceed ings are private, no reporters being admit Railroad Accident. Philadelphia, June 8. The train from Pottsville, due here at 7 o'clock yesterday evening, ran otT the track at Valley Forge, caused by a switcn oeing loit open, tne whole train went down an embankment twelve feet high. The tiro man of the train was instantly killed. Thomas Dee man, the mail conductor, was frightfully man gled and died shortly after. A young girl bad both her leg) broken. -No one else was mured except by bruises. 1 his is tne hrst fatal accident on tho Reading Railroad for twelve Robbery. Kansas Citt, Mo. June S. The U. S. Ex press messenger's safe on the eastern bound train of the Pacific Railroad, was robbed about three o'clock this morning, between Lee s Summit and pleasant iiui, or about $15,000. An Attempt to Seize two Canadian Steamers. .Rochester, N. Y., June 8. A supposed attempt to seize the Canadian steamers Cor inthian and Rochester at Charlotte last evening was frustrated. General Barry, on being telograpned to lor orders, rep hod tbat had no available troops to send hore, and that the authorities would have to depend what aid could be obtained from the po- ; uce ana tne mmtia. General carry s lorce i has been sent to Ogdensburg. j From St. Albans. Sr. Albans, June 8. General Sweeny and : Colonel Mehan were arraigned to-day be- ; tore i' n ilea states uommissione uoyt, and waving examination were held to bail. Sweeny in .tie sum of f 30,000 and Mehan tne sum ot o.uoii. They will remain in custody until the bail ia given. o late news ol interest has been received from the front np to noon to-day. There were no arrivals of eniana this morning, but numerous departures ot the brotherhood tor their homes. Colonel Hugh Donnelly's company of t5 men left for Springfield, and 75 or lot) men who have straggled in from the front and loitered around the town, left en the train Boston. They were provided with trans portation by the United States government, and were very grateful for it. They say that as soon as it becomes known at tbe front that the government is furnishing them with transportation homeward the en tire Fenian army will be among the things that were. A movement has been made on the part the British government that will prob ably hasten tne dispersion ol tbe Fenian army. Last evening there were thirty car loads of British troops landed at Farnum, the Waterloo road, at a point nearly op poaite the invaders. Departure of Foreign Ministers. San Faisrisco, Juno 5. Hon. Anson Bur- lingame, Minister to China, and General Vaudaalktmbaig, Minister to Japenu, Bailed yesterday, on tne bark Swallow, tor Shang hai and Kanazua. Oregon Election Returns. A Portland dispatch states that the re turns of the Oregon elections have not been received from many of the precincts, but the Union men claim a majority of 700 to 1,000. r Earthquake. Two severe shocks of earthquake were felt this morning, extending from Sonora to Monterey. The shock seemed heaviest at the latter place. Ko damage is reported. Parliament Opened. Ottawa, C. W., June 8. The Parliament opened to-day. The following is a synop sis of the Governor's speech ; Allusion is made to the reman movement follows : The threat and preparations for an attack on Canada are constantly openly made by a body organized in the United btates known ss Fonians, compelled me since the last Parliament by advice from my ministers, to call ont for service a large portion of the volunteer militia fores of the Provinces. The spirit displayed by the people in re sponding to the Proclamation, have received the merited approval of her Majesty 'a gov ernment. The events which have occurred within the last few days afford continued proof ofthe necessity tor precautianary mea sures being adopted The Province has been invaded by a lawless band of marauders, but I congratulate the conn try th alt hey were promptly confronted, and within twenty four hours compelled to make a precipit ate retreat, l deplore tne loss oi me ana suffering entailed npon the gallant body of Canada volunteers in tne engagement which took place, repelling so promptly the inva ders who attacked the country, and I feel assured you will not omit to alleviate so tar aa may be in your power the miseries so wan tonly inflicted on many families, but while I Brieve the individual loss I congratulate the country. The danger haa shown that Canada possesses in the volunteers a body of men ready to peril life in defense of the Queen and the country. The entire people has been thoroughly aroused by the recent occurrences, and it must now be apparent to all that tne whole resources ot the country, men and means, will anv moment be cheer fully given to repel any invasion on their houiea. Jn the measures, of defence wnich I have been called upon to take, I have re ceived the tra remitting support of Lieut. General Commandinz. and Admiral Hope. It is also s soutcs of unfeigned pleasure to acknowledge the gallant devotion dirpltysd Hawaii srrvaea, a J BBtrTHBe- 1 1 aaa by the officers and men in her Majesty milit&ry and naval forces etiir&s?.!. I am happy to be enabled to state that tho irdsident ot tne United States has issued i Proclamation declaring that serious infrac tioL.oflaws of that country bave been and are being committed by evil disposed persons vmmn tne territory ana jurisdiction ol tbe United StatesagftinBt;the British possessions, and requiring all officers of his government to exert every enure lor tneir repression and I trust the course thus adopted will ere long prevent this country from being sub jected to further attacks from the citizens of the 'nation on terms of amity with Great Britain. The maintenance on the ac tire duty which the government is com- peueu ui can out, xias invoivea ion expen diture to a large amount not provided for. The vote last session accounts for this ex penditure. It will be laid before tbe House, and I feel confident von will imme diatelv nasa .the hill, imdemnifvin.? the l0Verliment for unavoidable expense from I the nrovision fLft ' t Kecent occurrences show tlie necessiLy sxtendinsr to lower Canada tho act to pro tect tie inhabitants of that section ofthe Province, asrainst lawless at?i?ressions from the subjects of foreign .countries at peace witn xier majesty, it has also been neces sary for the preservation of law and order to adopt the course similar to tbat which was taken at the present session Imperial Parliament for the temporary sus pension of the habeas corpns. I invite your immediate attention to these necessary measures. I congratulate you on the satisfactory re suits of the commerce oi the country during tne past year, ine revenue is so largely excess ot the estimates as to enable us. without inconvenience, to provide for the neavy ana unexpected cnangee entailed on the country. . BThe position which the pre -it quest inn of union oi tne 1'rovmces oi Uritian .North America has assumed ia now such as to in duce expectation that the measure will be shortly earned into effect I therefore hope ana believe that it wui be practicable dur ing the present session to adopt surh pro ceedings as may be necessary for the com pleting of the details as retr&rds Canada. venture to express a confident expectation that the new parliament held within these walls will not alono be confined to the as sembled representatives of Canada, bat wi.l embrace all the Provinces of British North Anaerica- I congratulate you upon your genera prosperity, and pray that your councils. guided by Divine Providence, may secure tne mora; and material advancement ot tue great body of the people. Sr. Louis, June S. Several prominent lenians were arrested to-day, including Jaa. McGrath, State Centre of the O'Mahoney wing, P. J. Harmon, Treasurer, Dr. O'Reilly. Coroner of St, Louis, McQaull. A. Doyle, M.S. O'Conner, Gen. Curlcy, formerly an Adjutant General, Dr. John Finn and Sam Erskin, all of whom were admitted to bail. Dan O'Madiean, Strte Centra. Judzo Dailv Messrs. Co no an a and Icon nor, who refused to give bail yesterday entered into bonds to-day. The examination of Mr. Horan was continued before the United States Dis trict Court. f From New York. Various Items. lower quarantine, to-day, sbow tbat ample preparations are now mado for the cholera down there. All recruiting for tbe Fenians, in this city, was suspended to day. rresiaent Kooerts appeared at the r enian headquarters to-day, but done no business. An ollicer is in attendance near him. Ko further arrests of Fenians here been made - ' Specials from Washincfton to the evening papers say that the National Intelligencer has an editorial saying that tbe President i opposed to ail Constitutional amendments and conditions precedent to the admission loyal Representatives from tho Southern States. The investigation of the Provost Mar shal's acts is very damaging to General fry. it is understood Jetf. Pavis will bo re leased on bail. A special to the Tribune, from Ottawa. W., says : There are 35,000 men, includ ing regulars, under arms and tho Govern ment is still arming. The action of tbe united states authorities gives great satis faction. The ship owners and builders, in a meet ing to-day, resolved to Btand firm s?aint the strike of tho caulkers and shipwrights advertise for workmen. There is no truth in the report that Pres ident Roberta has been released on his own recoirnizanee. He is still in the custody of tbe United States deputy marshal. Vice President Uibbons and Colonel Jvar- riean would be arrested at once if anv one could be found to make an aifijavit against tnem. United States Marshal Murrav having good reason to believe a plan had been con cocted to fire the building in which he h as omce remained there all last night. of to or 2d be or or Final Blow to Feminism. BarrALo, June 8. A copv of tho follow ing order has this afternoon been furnished the Telegraph Company in this city : Headers District or O.ttabio, ) Buffalo, June 8, 1 $6C. 1 General Orders Ao. 2. In compliance with instructions from Major-General Meade, in virtue of the power vested in him by the President of the United States, the transportation over rail roads, by water, or other modes of public conveyance, of any persons or material of war designed or supposed to be designed to violate tho neutrality laws, is forbidden. Tbe transmission over the telegraph wires messages in cypher or otherwise, from remans on matters relating to tenian movements is also forbidden. All persons are warned tbat any evasion or disregard of these prohibitions will be treated as aiding and abetting the violators of the law. Commanding ofiicera of the United States troops within the limits of tbis military district will cause this order to bo made public, and it is made their duty to 2e it promptly ana vigorously eniorcea. to. WM. F. BARRY. Briir. Gen. U. S. Quick Trip. tiago Pe Cuba, ofthe Nicaragua line, arrived yeteTdav. navine msrie tne nnrro.ow passage from Queenstown to this port in six davs and nineteen boars. Washington News. Unconstitutional. JSiw Yorit. June 8. Washington specials to the morning papers Bays that the District Supreme Court decided to-dsy that the act of Congress retroceding Alexandria county to Virginia from the District was unconsti tutional. Reports from ths Freedmen Commission ers in Maryland say that the ex-rebel sol diers are drilling in the lower counties of tbat State, and threatens a raid on the gov ernment farm in that locality. Measures bave been adopted to stop the movement. Reports from other sections of the South represent every bad state of affairs espec ially since the attacks bave been made upon tbe Freedmen'a Bureau at the North. Unconstitutional. XXXIXth Congress. WASHINGTON, June 3. HOUSE. Mr. HALE moved that the Military Com mittee inquire into the expediency of pro viding by law for the erection or a monu ment to Lientenant-General S-ott at West Point. Agreed to. Mr. DAVIS moved that the Library Com mittee inquire into tbe expediency of pur chasing an equestrian portrait of General Scott, now in the Capitol. Agreed to. Mr. HUBBARD moved that the Banking Committee inquire into the expediency of providing bv law ior too roupaipuua oi worn and defaced National Bank notes, ao aa to obviate tbe noeeesity of sanding them to each particular bask issuing them. Agreed to. The resolution to adjourn Congress on tbe 2sth of June was taken np, the question bein? npon reconsidering the vote adopting it. t ne vote was reconsaereu oy d. w .a, and the resolution referred to the Committee of Wavj and Means. ' Mr.'WALKER introduced a bill regula ting divorcee in tbe District of Columbia, which waa referred. - , . The Senate bill for ths relief of Mrs. Anne Gaston was passed. - . - Tha Senate bill aranting the right of way to the Humboldt Canal Company for public lands in Nevada was passed. - The Senate amendments to ths bill to amend tha postal laws waa agreed to and th bill passed by sou nouses. r2t of of Btbt-.M Mr. BtATSE reported a ioint resolution providing that enlisted men detailed for duty as elorks are not to ba deprived of the right to bounty. Passed. On motion ot Mr. CULLOM the Commit- toe on Pensions was directed to inquire into I the expediency of amending the pension I so as to- allow the issuance of pensions I to data from the discharge of tha soldier or I sailor where application has been made within two years of the discharge. ' t The bill to establish an educational do partment in Washington was taken up. aa report irom me tteconstrucuonv Com- mittee was presented and ordered printed. The Conference Committee on tha Fortifi cation hill recommended an appropriation of too, Ouo for Fort Popham, on the Kennebee nver, e. me amendment wis concurred Among the private bills introduced one for the relief of Mrs. SvnhaL deaeendant oi tne sieve oi wasnmgton, wnoaerand had seen conn seated with lbs Castis estate. 1 - Mr. THAYER reported haek to the Sen- ate the bill to great bind, in California to un motion oi nr. MUKKILL, it was ordered that the proceedings to-morrow be confined to a debate ss if in Committee of the W hole oa tba President's annas) 'age. .- . , . A reconsideration of the vote rejecting iub um to emousa s aeparimem oi sou- ration was moved. Adioarned. I I I I I - 1 I SENATE. Tha Senate, on eaeemblinr. postnoaed .all other basinee9 and took un the Raeenatrns. tion resolutions at ten minute niurt twaiva o'clock, the object being to corns to s rota upon it to-day. i ns pendmgquestion was the i.iiowidbt .uosiuuie ror tne second section. offered by Mr. WILLIAMS: . "Representatives shall be apportioned among the several States according to their respective numbers, eoontiag- tha whose nuiuuer ot persona in each alale, excluding Indians not taxed ; but whenever tha rirht to vote at any election held nnder the Con States, or in any way abridged except for participation in rebellion or other crime. the basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which the nam- ber of such male citizens shall bear to ths whole number of male citizens tweoty-one years oi age in ancn ataze. Mr. JOii.NsO.N opposed tha amendment on the ground of the redated number of electors. The parpoae waa to give franchise to black men. The Senator from Massachusetts. Sumner and otners with mm, contended that Con gress had a right to regulate the f ranch is which hs denied. It belonged to tne States. It would redoes the number of representa tive, one and perhaps two in South Caro lina. The North-eastern States would lose nothing by it, but it would disfranchise tbe best men ofthe Santh. - - Mr. McDOUGALL also looks aurainet the bill. He believed there was as moeh re- grot in the South to-day as in tha North for the error of the war. There waa no such thing as reconstruction. There might be rehabilitation. Hs waa in favor of inns- ste Union without any conditions. Mr. HENDERSON stated at length ths reasons which should influence him to east is vote for the joint resolution Mr. YATES said bis view waa tbat suf frage accrued to the neero bv the abolition slavery. ' Universal suffrage was ths on remedy for the South. The resolution was not quite strone enough, but he so- proved it. ..i Mr. r fc.33r.2i DEN read the written re port sent here with Mr. Johnson, on behalf the minority of the Committee and gave notice tbat hs would svail himself at as early a day as possible of tbe opportunity present the minority report. : - The question was then taken on the amendment of Mr. WILLIAMS. Mr. WILLIAMS modified his amendment by strikinir out the words, "held nnder the Constitution and laws of the United States, of any State," and inserting in lien there of " and for the election of President" Mr. HOWARD moved to amend theorisi- nsl bill of Mr. Williams, of N. Y., by in sorting after the words "or any State," and before the words "is denied tne words "tor members of the most numerous branch of ths Legislature." Disagreed to. Mr. HOWARD moved to strike oat of the section the words " or in any way abridged." Disagreed to. - Mr. ULARn. presented the following aa a substitute for the fourth and fifth sec lion a : The validitv of the public debt of ths United States authorized by law, including the debt incurred for the payment of boun ties or pensions for services in suppressing the insurrection or the rebellion shall not questioned, bnt neither the United States any Stato shall assume or pay any debt incurred in aid of the insurrection against the United States, or any claim for the loss emancipation of any slave, but all snch debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void. Agreed to. Mr. 1 ESSE.NDEN moved to insert in the first section after the word "born" the word naturalized" Agreed to. Mr. DOOLITTLE then submitted an amendment the effect of which waa that ths several sections of tho constitutional amend ment might be voted upon by State Legis latures es separate propositions. Disagreed Mr. DAVIS moved ta amend by includ ing in debts guaranteed by the 4ta section bounties to loyal owners of slaves, as pro vided by act of Congress. Disagreed to. Mr. McDOUGALL moved to postpone the consideration of the subject until Toes day next. Disagreed to. Mr. JOHNSON moved to strike ont in 1st section the words make or enforce any law which shall a budge the privilege or immu nities of tho United States, which was dis agreed to. The joint resolution was then pat upon its passage : leas Anthony, Chandler, Clark, Con- ncss, Crsgin, Cresswell, Edmonds, Fes sen den, Foster, Grimes, Harris, Hend rson, Howard, Howe, Kirkwood, Lans, ( Indiana,) Lane, (Kansas,) Morgan, Morrill, Nye, Pollard. Pomeroy, Ramsey, Sherman, Sprague, Stewart, Sumner, Trumbull, Wade, U 1 1 ley, Williams, wusonana latss J-i. Nays Cowan, Davis, Doolittie, Gnlhrie, Hendricks, Johnson, McDougall, Norton, Kiddell, Saulsbury and Van Winkle II. Absent Brown, Dixon, Pieamitn ana Wright 4. The chair (Mr. POMEROY) decided that i.bA joint resolution having received more than a two-thirds vote bad parovd tba Sen ate. I On motion of Mr. HARRIS it waa voted that when the Senate tadjourn it be to meet Monday. As amended in the Senate and sent back the House for concurrence and amend ment, the joint resolution is as foUowa: i Joint Resolution proposing an amend ment to the Constitution of the United States, passed by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, 23d both Houses concurring ; that the following article be proposed to the Legislatures of the several States as an amendment to th Con stitution of tho United States, which, when ratified by three-fourths of the aaid Legis latures, shall be valid as part ot th consti tution, namely : 1 Section 1. All persons born or naturalized the United States and subject to the juris- dictien.thereof are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make and enfore any taws which shall abridge the privileges or im munities of the citizens of the United States, nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty or property without process of law, nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction ths equal protection the laws. ' Section 2. Representative shall be ap portioned among the several States seeerd ing to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each State, except Indiana not taxed ; bnt whenever the right to vote at any election for electors President and Vice President, or tor United States Representatives in Congress, executive and judicial officers, or the mem bers of the legislature tnereoi, is tuaiea so any of the male citizens, being twentv -one years of age and citizens of the United States, or in any way abridge, except; for participation in tha rebellion and other crimes, the basis of representation therein shall ba deducted in tne proportion wnica the mm ber of such male eitiiens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens, twenty -one years of age, in such State. Section 3. No person shall be s Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice rmaident, or aoia any office, civil or military, under th United States, or nnder any State, who having taken an oath as a mem bar of Cmgraas, or as an officer of the United States or sss member of any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, in annnnrt tha RsaurtitatioB ef the V. a .K.ll km anaea in insorreotion or rebellion against th same, or given aid t , - OaVWBlhX. AB B0TBT.B, I Br unatjat Oaresrlo taa, stitution and laws of the united States, or I of any State, ia denied to anv of tha mala I inhabitants of such States being twenty-one I .., r . ..i .;.;.. -P .1.- r.7;"T I v. uu VI IDS IJOlWa I I I I in of to-day, to to in is of for st for Ho at J" attVJ WEEKLY-LEADER saw immitotw OTBBIHT Wlr,'irr9TLt4!ntOT!9, T- FT B k r YALUABLB BIADaHw CLITIU53 UaBXB COMPlil. 1 mil or tb vnuTr T ta ratter sraefaGtab ot taa. we win ma , assy of th. a bum IiBABia, rratas ; vt twenty, a eopf af ta Tri-Wsaklr : of thlrtv aad aawud. . eopr of tha Dally. -- aaaraaa 1 tTLTfVTI.iHn IHAgvB OOMPAItt. "g the debts incurred lor ahe payment af pensions and bounties for services in sup act preaaing tha insurrection or rebellion, shall B0 questioned, but neither the United and eomtbrt to tha enemies thereof ; bat Conrresa mav K. . wnta V, ;-.). ,.f each House remove su.-h disability, Section 4. Tha validity of the public debt of the TJ. S. authorised bv law. inclnd- States or any State shall asanas or tav anr debt incurred in aid of the insurrection or rebellion againstthe United Slates, or anv claims for tho loss or emancipation of any aiara, out ait isucn aeois, ODi'gations and claim, snail be held illegal and void. Jar. AJ.THOSY introduced a bill to amend the act for the better organization of sua pay aepartntent si taa saw. whuj waa reierrea. . . j- A memorial aakinc tar Coarrsavonal aid in repairing tha levesa siong the Aliasis sippt River was referred to a select com mutes or nve. - Mr. FESSENDEN reported a tV ann. ply thsdenciencr i the continuant fatxi at xheSanaisat 5:3ft aJmnm.) i ra.t Special Dispatches. RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, M. Special Dispatches to the Wasters Press. ROBERTS' INTERVIEW WITH U. S. DISTRICT ATTORNEY ALLEN. 7? Z! "r. "7 u, ' neutrsinw ?T. r .r"? wouId promise anything of the kind, but on JTrir Tone, Jims 8. President saasa rates-new wit the Art in. n S nu trict Attorney, Chans Allen, thU" afternoon. ana onerea to give bail in his own reeor- ntxanee to the anr ount ot f 2fl,o. Oa being aaastroned by the District Attorney ha re rosed, however, to desist from any further w .vaiu toe oojecs ne aas en deavored to seeomplisai. Tha District At torney informed kins that ha would ant .h. eci to aa release on a is . own recognizance a. .uiuagiTwoix psro.e notlo attempt act. not th. Mnl" woula con"nn o do all in Pr to eoaeiimmaUe hi. objert as soon apporranity onerea. bnorilr after th conversation tx-Keeorder Smith, on the pan ot rremaent ico&ert, asked that hs be admitted to hail in his own recogniianee for I10.0M. ai ths asms time nr.. h.. tk. bond doly signed, when the following con versation ensued : District Attorney I obieet ta th kniul n. any bail, for if released he will rnrraat tn. violation of the law. Commissioner That sssertisn anil not prevent his admission to bail. t . ilia trict Attorney 1 think it onht to prevent his being admitted to bail. a.x-iteeoraer Smitiw-1 snnnose voa An object to the suiEoieuuy of ihe surety. District Attorney No, not to its suffi ciency, but I cannot consent ta aay bond when he has threatened to re iters ta the acts with which hs is charged. District Attorney I mu3t still resist tha application. I hay telegraphed to Wash ington, and unless ordered to thanntnir. r shall maintain my position. me ommiasioner decided not to take his personal bond, after the roajsnltatioa. Mr. Roberts still persisted ia refusing te allow any one to become feis security, and it is more than probable he will ledge aa El dridge street jail to-night., CHOLERA. Niw Yoax. June S. Midnight. A Mr. Ried, who washed the clothe of Mr. E. A. Eraser, whose death ha a'readv baao re ported, was also seized with cholera on Wednesday afternoon and expired at mid night. Last night a -German servant girl the same house was attacked with pre monitory symptoms of the scourge, but being promptly treated was considered ont danger this evening. ; CONVENTION. Rasasa, Maine. Jane 8 A soldiers and sailors county eonvention was held here at which a County Union Auxiliary the State Union was formed. A resolu tion recommending Hon. J. H. Rice to the union Congressional Convention for this Distrrctwas adopted 35 to 14. Jol. nemgan is still activelv emmim! t Tammany Hall in raisins- his brirada. H haa 3,000 men and only waits for money transportation. RETORT OF THE RECONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE. WAsaiHOTon, June 8. The report of th. Reconstruction Committee is lengthy and contains a review of the grounds noon which the original report was based. It answers many of the objection brought -forward and gives reasons why th Sevthern States should not complain at being tem porarily unrepresented. It proceeds to specify some of tbe safe-guards necessary perfect restoration, viz : Whenever there shall be an equitable basis of representa tion fixed, or a stigma on the treason and protection of loyal people against rebel claims, then they may be readmitted to their abandoned rights and privileges. FENIANISM. There waa a continued excitement in tha Fsnisn circles all day. Robert's refused to give bail although 'J,ouO was offered again again oy nis irienas and was at last consigned to the Ludlow Street jail. The crowds of excited Irish about th jail de nounced President Johnson and Secretary Seward, but no attempt was made to rescue Roberta. The hotel proprietors refused to reraiva Robert into their house while nnder ar rest for fear of hostile demonstration. The President of the Fenian Brotherhood issued the following sppesl Bbothxbs: Remember that as ban an. dertaken a great and holy work, and wa must not falter now. Public sentiment ia with na.. Humanity, justice-end Irish freedom eall on. Stand by our brothers tha front. Now is the hour of thair .nr. need. Press forward with your means. It ths great wsnL Let all your proceed ings show how yon respect the laws aad let political jugglers take ths responsibility of prostrating the pride of a great nation at -the foes- of deepoLisrr. If sons of your leaders are removed there are others to take their places and the movement can eesss onlythrough our own want ef determina tion.- - . , Mai-osi. N. Y., June 8. The situation remains about the same her at the seat of war as it was at the lest report. In addition so the arrest of Gen. Murphy and Genu HetEsrman announced yesterday, Colonel Beilly, Captain . Flass, Captain Eaaaca wl .11 the principal officers of the army of the Irish Republic, in this local ity, were already arrested and are now here nnder raard. - , The Herald's special from Coftingwood Kingston, C W, reports alarms st both places. There is great excitement among the inhabitants. No enemy ar visible. A speeisl to the Tribune from Essex Junction, says : -. ruing has been distinctly heard on this of the line, apparently in the direction Pigeon HilL. Thomas Carpenter Hotel at Pigeon HilL joat across th line, was torn down by Fenians to-day, in revenge, it is supposed, th jeering and defiant speeches of Mr. Carpenter. Tne remans are leaving in squads lor home, transportation being furnished by Maj. Gibson, in accordance with orders from Washington. General Sweeny's bail was fixed to-day at JEFF. DAVIS' COUNSEL. Foar Mobbob, Jane 8th. Theeonssel for Davis arrived, yesterday from Rich mond, and, by permission' of tha Goyern uvi was in close consultation with him night end to-day. Oswego Market—June 8. Vuina Aetiraaad aracaansad. 8al at f 10.25 Ne 1 snrissr. 12,00 for red wlot.r; I15,i for Wmt-mil. sales of So. I BilwaauS. clak At !,U0-, Be. let $2,1.- Oobb Closed saset aaa easier, saias at Tic ror 1 Illinois OATB ol4. r Cabal- Fai'iflTS Qaist. aoulaal rates: To Kaw York: Ttoar 3l38e, waeat Utoe,carn ohf. l,akb laroBTS iv.auu aa core, a,lai t eras. Cabai. Bxmars lTtXA) aaah wneat; 4,8X0sa core Chicago Market—June S. stern Qniet,. Wsi.t Firm. Salsa at fJ.WJ fcr Tf. 1. Ooaw mm aad aaelinod 10 IV. Ban of No. 1 taVSOc and4b4c for he. 2. wATe steady Hieswisxa Fir SM.im-Tloar J0 bala; wheat 26,000 an; ears n.ooe taa, s T8 oeo bj. sarraaava IToal 000 bbla wheat 27,000 hs.; core loa,10 ba.; aau 4?,0OO. Milwaukee Market—June S. rxcrre Dn and decrlsed 29e. ' Wsbat sMraa. sale at I1.T7 for Bo. 1. Ooaut Dell. Oats Adraacsd lc. Bican-rs sloer 1,000 bala; wheat ba. M,0f0. oata 16 Oue ba. sarrasw-rs Ttoar Wf aMs; wheal , ass. ji received at OOWtla.