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f'fRVKLAND LEADEK. ILIIKUll ,--. aiKSOKy 1 00 I -pavr. 00 I 00 I bull, Wwrf by OmtW, (Mvia ar lulti BB aa. M. tirt-lj, MS ,oi TrtAn lit week. IMna null com pa nr. 1 aw. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. JXITIUilIkIIKCI8I. ' CLEIrELAHP INSTITUTE. StTsPAa. !. Mlk, JO), .'dock A.M. 1 II MB (nnuliK Ol", M teagref atlotial CB.rc. asrH, -tlalgaae.. atf Jfaff. w. aa. Br...'-- 1 I... MOIBkT ABB a.6tbedith 1 i rl aa af Fraaaralorr taartaeaie. VUlaRAIcTICU AT,jBBe27lbA2oih Til lilt IBM off iwrtiatr Lwaartmeat. TaraaT, 3 Vetoes P. M XMtal of Board j (Irua TwutaaT, T ' F. M. DnloB BxaibitloB The ki A Irk. ui tk IM it Alpke Bocie- r ti UH FasTBAT, faakaMB'f j . 10 o'CK A. aVvJIfMtUKof th J.so- I o'cxz t TL gyrrja. of Gradeatinf &u. . ItiA maiB .J AlBiuW, BAWaJcb aa ad-' dm w4j Arj b fro. IJ. Fi-.! fcVenga ' l. he frUnis L.i'&efroaa oTtke Iaatltet ar cerata lavleed Is b prasea. at ail iktiiwiM utii ad wabtte exercise. Jexfcai JOT EECK1VED 159 TONS LAKE HURON Grind Stones, 4katrrail.ct V . ! WHOLESALE' PRICES At B futklMW, S NEBWIS STREET. OrienTrWHCtUlly Mlisiua. . CALVIN CARR. TUfieLSTMI-Tfce C-partaenklB j mrmuxvr iikudi dmvwi .n. v. t. Jn Mt.t, VmL .wtor Ik. Im aaau uf J. J. w4 a Ob., W kc9 AtaMWu. by a.taihl com Mt. (. L. Jam. rtuilnt frooi Ike itrm. Tk. t- wdi k. u.UU by tk. r.auti.c prt MravArtk.trmof J M. WeJ A Co., mko will mw ml tiliwi.ii, Mil to kca pkrtln ladiM SiiiKkimMU. j.u. tED, . . O. L. JOMH, i i UTS H AVK IT Pure Genoese Silver If jOTctryfeJOMttlilag kokb and of esqu- FiisnomsMiM W0R1S Whirlesale aad Retail. 1 . j f i 4 . i t 7E MANEPACTURK OUB OWN rinvorki, kkk are Kkkowkdsc. t be TBE BEST IN'TIIE VAKKET. Ak4 n prrpr flrk the auu at WIOLE8ALE 1KB RETAIL, Ok tk. Boat tkTonkM terms. )e : MOCLP KPMBBM. NEW GOODS Jatt noetrel at Tho Bazaar. ACkradid wortMCBt ojf FA.NSll p 1 v , f-j AAcxoeedinglT tow ritw. 5v fttylet la 'r . Lace & Linen Sets, i Tarrckaar. I 11 " I 1 i -i i'.i r Ladles', Chcmlsett ,A XDEBPBERtHIEFS! Clany and , Valencines Lace Collars ! LADIES' LLEX CUFFS! "til tui-i ii -. .. :: la aew at-rlea. ! , ; i - : - lSriATi'lAD MISSES' .3p1I 'ih'.- A ' i t EMCRCnJERED WAISTS ! . si I .. : i 1 LA DIES' llEIWailMaUSieumrS., Kew Style DRESS BUTTOiliS i - AMD E2ESS TBmMlXGS ! 261 Saperior Street, At at I B. 0. J. : I . FOR LAKE SUPERIOR. filllB TLIASTIE IICfBSItX Tt I ,', LIKE BEfEEIOR. , fpirtiiisvsTAUTai . p low ataaaaia ataaaaet . . law ran, OapAJ. t tanar, lMTrO!e.eUaahTr.taBAK( Pt.BAB6BE I BXCDBSIONew THC18DAT EAT, Jaa Satk, at 9 a'alack P. . For farther irttrl. .fy to . pcttit nofcbAKU. Aaaata, aatTMR IV aM r BlTrr alreett ' net use serEEiE. r .. , Tk etaawck aad ajaat faa- . D. CALDWELL J. M. La ww, Maatac , VUI laa ear ack frOHTOllAOOE, aad ail t- WCDEEtCAT.Jaaa at cloc l; Wot ttwgkt T aaaiatr arpiy ao WAaaauua w w.. mavow. paW Ea. itmtimn, " j l G V UN r ? - a - - . . , , . . , , (, I IJgrrrm . , , , ,-,,-Xrr3SSSg5gte . WEDNESDAY, JUNE 271866. ST . X IVlorning Edition. VOL. XX-NO. 150.7 FOR LAKE SUPERIOR. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. STEINWAY & SONS 6RASD 1YD NIMH. LARGE AND ELKGAJT ' A3- SOkTMENT oo h.od .t LOWEST PBI0ES. AMU Haos from nantbur of other flrct-cli BtAkC. . PIANOS FOR RENT. B. BBAIMKD A SO.8, J-'fci Wtrffoomi -n Sapvrfor Rtrt. D. A. SHEPARD & CO Ar dodug oat thlr entirs tock of FURNITURE, M SBEATLT BIIHJOKD PBIOEil, ora.hrtof ot Parlor and Chamber Sets, Tetes-aTete, Sofas, Lonnges, Tables, Chairs, tc la tikuMrt erarf deirvbL Trit-1 r of fuhioublti Bevlr war. W isvit all tku duairoiu of par chMlDR to otUl avtvd Miaiiie ihse RooJ, m it wilt (m the UkM Ofrporiauity of gotiiivg our oacton mAt work. Tbe IImi wmt k HM wiiMisi itk ttixljr Ittmjs. T,V Oar tvtora. No. 131 Wtr tlrMt, will tw for Uui or bMi Um f rat tUy of Jane uit. vpU.4 Holden, Clarke & Wilson, IOLSUM AXE ftCTAlL, ( ": - i -- Booksellers & Stationers, Ko. 109 Monnmeat Hqnart, (HSAk rotTorriCB,) CLEVELAND, OHIO. DIPOSIT0BT Or TBI AMERICAV BIBLE SOCIETY, SUNDAY SCHOOL, . . .And Tract Societies TRANSPORTATION. 18C6. - 1866 ' TBI TKIKSPOKTATIOS OHIO,' ' WUl tariuf tk biriaat eeeeoa r Ikelc 4 i fcBowa aad oopalar itiae of rIBAT ('LASS HflEW hTF AMI Kh aaetTLAaLf aarwaaa Ogdenkargh, Cape TlnrcntAOstreKo, .. i - i , . CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, DETROIT, MIL WAUKEE ' AHD CHICAGO, TmcaIqcU Iaten.di.te PorU. OonaectiiiF at Ordenaharfch with the Bailro.4. foi Voalaa, rortteaa, LW4N, Li.w reaw, Haeboa. Keeae, Maackeafter, Ooaoerd, Wororeeer, riu-hbaraii, Bellowa falle, Butl.bil, Barlingtoa, Ac Ae. OftM Tlacent with the Bailroad for New York. Oewefro with a Liu f tret cUu Canal Bnalt lor klttany, Troy aoe Hew lora aoa wltb : tk BaU Boe4 and Oanal Ldaea at .11 j i Waatara Potu. VteeaMr. IsaT ffereland lbr TOLEDO IMLT, Ar DETBOIT, MlLWAUgllt aad CHICAGO, .lery TUESDAY, THl'Bs . DAT and HATUaDAT, asd Trt-Wwil, for UiWSHO, CAPE YINa'NT .uj oaDCMUBOueii. a Thro.ich rralckt aabloct to bot on Traaahipawnt. tu un. , J.Mriaa, 1 No. t A.tor Jomn RK-Eia, No.T ttuu-it., Bmton. Qao A. Eudt, Of deasbarfrh, N. T. A. r. HaiTH.Oap Via wnt, N. Y. N. J. RoDlia, Detroit. M.J. How a, Chlcaco. Ho.au. I Hoaae.N.Y. Baaan,7P-ulit. MY. Oa.aLaa Allh,)ji, Oiwo- WiLaaa, Huu A Oo., Tok-do, Ohio. J. H.U, MilwaakM. rBEN'U, fHILDfl V W, CIvelaaMl, Ohio. MoDOLB, Paaaeaf-ec Agent, Oe-reland, a. e. Ohio. mar-K13 REFRIGERATORS. REFRIGERATORS, &c. ELEVEN DIFFEKENT SIZES A ND patterne, taciadlmj School j's Celebrated Iceberg. JEWET'S PALACE, With the Am'ricaa Patent Yentllatlon applieil. and other etjrlee, for aej. cheap for caah at kjtaB akctarara' arloaa. Alao Water Cooler and Water niters, ICE PITCHERS, alaaa, anltaM for atore or koaae aae, and Torrey'B 4 Minute ICE CREAM FREEZERS ! Froa two to twenty qnarti. Mr mtmt Mmnmm FiirtaUhliic ewia, 'or-tavleat the well -k Down Stnrr- and Omtt Km- aorlDMof W. L. MAHV1N, anay1g-:W Wo. fi PwHlc Sqnar. nTUrn1, O. AGRICULTURAL. attksiioi! ?armkk8 .akd ITVbEKS. Th BEST and CHKAPkST PLUWa bold la thie Barket arethoae mannfactnred bj loaBglove, Massey t Co. For aale In great Tarlrtf at THE CLEVELAND AGKTrFLTrEAL WOBE8. arSl:l( No. M Oatr. atra t. CITTITltOkS 1SD SHOVEL FLOWS mad la Ike ta-el aaaaaer, aej aith STEEL TEBTfi, of I he BI'll approred ftrat. aaataetared and for aale by IOBBgloYe, Maxsej Co., artl:g Mo. Centre itreet- IE0S lAWJAXB 6AEDII kOLLF.ES. On f tkeea TalnaMe IatnleBi.nte akonld be awaad by ever-- pereoa kavia a LAWN to keep ta order, aad by fiwj OABDENIB. Had and 4d by Toaaslere. Xasser t Co ProatMac f tk "k. reload Afiicultaral Worka. aursi-3Btt TIE BEST KOWnrO K1CHIXK, BOW BAKES. BAY tOEKa, aad all kr Acrtcaltarai laipleaieata era aaede at tk CLXVK1 B ASiiKWJLTTEAL W0BE8. amrSt'tab Mr. n Otw atreM OPTICAL. I t. r KELET, tk nliAbl Optician, Ml, J eaanaaaa ao m aalteieai aanaaartloB la ta araetar of kla arefeaaloa, ko. US aaaarior atraa Xokaaoa Boaaa Battdlac. :. i t . bb. It la a ak advmataaw at- aD. waea aodeB oat aasaa a. that af at hi la ooae.ra.4. t deal RECEITIIfft 1AILI Tie latent Art, of VoraUra and Domette. and Barria' beet rear? OaaalaMrra, importrd OVothe and Da. ana of the laeet aaaartarrgre, at regnlar ur I artoaa. ta at aad at b.biaB'b, aartl , MartlMSvpvrlornriat. DAILY LEADER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1866. For Evening Edition IVewn 1 see I abide. a?- For Mornlne: Kdltlon Net hpc outkldc. B, M. r.TTKHiLL k Co., Newspaper Ad Tertiaior AreDev, 37 Park Row, Kew York kBd 1. Slate street, Boston, are agente for the UtDiB in those rrtiea, uni (re aienU lor all the newpartera in the United Bt&tea and CanAilaa. ,Tbey are authorised to Uke uveniKmrau a. tue aauia ratea wh tc hrge at thii office. " " ' THE NEWS. Triuaa oa one braa.-h of the Paclac Eailrua j bow rnn llirongh to Le.Tpnwoith city from bt. Lonia. j Tho loiter of our apjciid Whiugton correapon dint "3xfa will fuund on tho aecoau AKe. Burglara arc active in ludianapolir. S;x honaea i'Bb broken into and robb3d on Hunday night Pant Prola, the heaviest inrar dealer in Sew Orleans, committed anleijp If onday. Two olku were killei by auuMlruk? at Suw Or lerna on the 2J. The irrepressible George Francia Train la in Waabingtou, in tbe tntereat of Maximilian. The theamomli.r in New York yeateiduy waa 9C la the ahade. Several caeeof eun-atroke oernrretl. It ia reported that Gen. Sickle ia likely to re ceive the nomination fjr naval omcer at the port of few York. Thr CoBnecticut Senate tatifled the Coualitu- tioaal Aaiendmont Monday at midnight. The HoaH) aill concur. , Tfaeauotton hoaae of P. O. D.y, a noted Buffalo t-niau, waa deatroyod by Ire Monday Bight with ta content. tine Thoiaaa Arnold wta fleeced by a pnrty at a far. bank In Loniaville th other day of the aong of S9,(Xln, and afterward robbed of J,500. Hon. John Lynch waa yeaterday re-nominated fcrCongre by -the raloaiata of the Frrtt 1in triet of Maine. Mew York eurfeeue are ia ioabt aa to.wlnitkar any each tbiag aa Aaiatic Cholera haa rtached there. The caaea tiaaaed aa auch tliey attribute to filth and intemperance. The frienda of Jeff, ilavia are atill active iu their eJorta to procurer bis releaa ou parol or bail. Mr. Greeley ia nsiup his endavora heartily in lue .aae direftioa. Voll reporte of the proceedinga ao far in the trial of McConaeU, for tk murder of Mra. Colrin, will be fonud iu the local colomaa ou Ihe third and fourth pagea. Qen. Sheridaa has informed Gen. Grant that from all that he ran learn of aSire in Mexico iae-tentha of the Mexican people are oppuaej to Maximilian. The Senate reaterfhur oenaet! tfe. Lili .aihMi r-ing the Cleveland and Toledo Bailroad Company to coaatrnct a awing bridge over tho Coyaboga river on the Goveromrnt piers in this city. The Fenlana held a large meeting in Kew York yeaterday. Horace Greeley, who tad been invi ted, explained in a polite nots why be waa not preeeot. , Indiana baa fallowed the example of Pennayl vania in making preparation for the reception of tv battle ftaga of her troops on lue Fourth of July. The Cattaraugus County (New Tork i Agricul tural Society ia going to offer premiums cn babies this year Su. for tbe brat, and tl" f"r the aerond beat. On the 2"th, the boiler in aaaw-mill, aix miles from Terre Haute, exploded, killing Joecpli Ar thur, the engineer; injuring John Woodall, Samuel Parent, and C. !. Dygelt, and wrecking the mill. At a late election in St. Louie Gen. Frank Blair a van waa refaard hf th jadgrt of th. alee tion because be would apt take tke prcscaiM h, whereupon he brought auit againat them. The caae has just been decided against hnn. Senator Lane, of Kansas, ia aick at the Lludell k -t.1 la St. Lauia, threatened with aa attack of paralyais. liia pbyaidaaia aay be'will aot be. able to reaume Lis aca'. in the Senate the present' ses sion. Ihe fears vf the Brituli pickets at ric.ei.B Uill niagnifled some browaiug cowa Into an advance of he Fenians, and they opened or upon them. Tkia caused the report that a akirmish occurred there a day or two aince. The tofts to th Government and negroes by the Mtmphia riots, waa abont S10O,ifco, - Three negro churches, eight achool house, five of which be longed to tha United States, and about fifty pri vate dwellings were burned. E. B. Washburn, member of the Houae from Illi- noia. waa tak.m ill enddeuly while ia hia aeat yea terday, and faioted. He waa carried to the lesi- denesof Gen. Grant, where be now lie iu a pra carious condition. His dieaso is congestion of the l.v.r. Colonel BlooJ, C.ly Auditor of St Louis, ex- j President of the Fifth street Bailroad in that cily, and President or the Spiritualists' Society, ia re ported to have fled to South America, leaving three or four disconsolate wive behind. Au engineer in Buffalo th other audit while ia a atate of eomnsmbslism jumped oat of a second story window to the pavement, banging himself up badly. He had been indulging extensively in strawberries, cake, etc , la the evening. The Cov. of Maine announce that he will con vene the b-gi.latur.of that State ia extra aeasion to take action upon the Conalitutional Amend ment, provided a .ufflcient number of the Govera ora of other States do the same to secure i:s adop tion. A suau waa found dead oa the levea at Leale- ville on t he ffld, with one hundred and ten stabs a his body. Hia eara were cut off, both eyra wet e Urn completely oat, aad Ike body waa otherwise frigkiSaoty mutilated. The easo is involved in yiitery. The body is But yet i.lantiSed. A remarkable case of aoductioa waa brought be fore the Justice's Court at be Melees, a few days since. The plaintiff ia a g:rl between 11 and 12 years of age ; the defendant a married man, aur- ronnded by a family of married slaughters. He waa bound over for trial. There are in the I'nited State about sine hun dred railroad corporation that operate steam power roads; the joint length of tbe steam power roada in the I nited State ia about thirty-two thousand miles, and their joint coat is about fl, iso.iiiaj.iiou, qual to aa average of 40,eoo for each ile. A farmer was alruek by lightning n ar'ttadi- aonville. Kentucky, lart week, and instantly killed. He waa atrippod aa aakej aa ha was bora, except the wristband of hi shirt oa hia left aim. Fragments of hia clothing: were scattered to the diatance of thirty yards tk piece nu-atly in lit tle squares, some not ovea kalf an inch. A a accident happened fa a gravel (rain on the railroad Bear Peekakila, X. Y., joaterda; after aoon, which ceased th death of four persons and the serious injur of several others. A telegraph pole had keen phased acreae tha track, ky accident or design, and all tha car. were threw off and broken ap. On SuacVy morning a paaseager train oa the Baltinue aad Ohio Bailroad, two mile, east of Wheeling, waa throw from the track, and the engine aad Mremsa war very awvenly injured Th ewgUie was turned, bottom sad upward, and every rar thrown from the track;, except the ladies. aad sleeping cars. Mono of tlis passengers van injurod. Ob tha moral. oC tk )ub test, a korribw mnrder was oaansitteir. ia Orang county. In a i a. : Boaa ankaown aarkies went to tk hones of Josefik Woodward, hviag ajerr Oraagevilae, aad killed Woodward, his wife, aad sister, also at tempting to kill Mrs. Woodward, an old lady, the mother of Joseph. . A ataa kaaaed Wm. Saunders waa caught in tbe wood, itear th seen of the order, baaaext day ass a ttaowleOged that participated in the crima. i An eal leaaery oa Miller'a Bun, near PitU- burgh, baa been indicted aa nuiaance. The id dictment charge, the- defiaa siaau with storiag large q,usutities of crude oil, puafflne, 'resldnum beaTva, tar an acid., frrejr. which hartfal aad pemicioas aamala ar generate, eerrupting and infecting fha sir ; that thej nalawfoily drain cor tana aiaii.a mialaaaa aa AtOUs Ena, watch corruptit aavi zaadar to. wmesr .aaoAt to. drink and that woxiflau Liquid srjauaca, aunt, etc., are drained apoa. ah camaK aa kiakwsra. aear tke premtaes an of which are. kerreal te tfc. health comfort aad enjoyment or the citizens, aad a com atcenraaVM to.the aaxAaVornee. " J t , That "mnrder will out" kaa again beea verlfleal ia Iltinoia. .Three yearn, ace .two MbT aaea, cousins. Kirk Vincent ''tad Clash Showers, left Cambridge, Illinois, tc geteaa, stac which tim nothing haa keen ksard .T Mawan. Lest Vincent returned, hntv aaaaUeaat as to th where- bowta f hi. cousin. It bow tana, oat after thj left Car.nndie two yonmg laen 1 stopped over night near a little town in Iowa, one of whom waa ftjsund murdered the next day. Th bead of the murdered man waa severed from his body an preaerved. This ghastly witneas haa been brought to Cambridge and identified aa that of young showers, and appearances being strongly against Vincent he la held ia custody. ; Personalities in a Political Canvass. Tbo Cleveland Herald of yettorday af ternoon, in an article attacking tbe Lea- pee for iu epposititia to tbe. ii-notuiD4- tioa of Judge Spalding, and declaring that ' the history of few political canvasses affords a parallel to the venom and reck leanest) that characterize'' our (ipurso to ward that gentleman, uses tbe following language: The course of the Litem, feat become a scandal to this District, and it ie not enoutrh to know it ia condemned br all men who recoprnixe tbe courteeiee of life, and tbe pro prieties of good neicbb3rhood, but a con demnation, deeper than individual opinion can inact, is due from a party that we know scolds to endorse its sentimeuU.' We appeal to our readers to sustain us in our dental of the charge urged bv the Herald. We have never indulged in any unkind or improper personalities in re gard to Judge Spalding. AU that we have criticised in the course of that gen tleman has been his official action. In the remarks which we have made in re gard to that action, we have only exer cised the right which our republican insti tutions given, not only to every journal, tut to every citizen of the country. In the discussion of this subject we have spoken tompcrately and with moderation. Wc have conceded to Mr. Spalding's friends their right to support that gentle man in all fair and honorable wets; wo have given place to all his speeches and letters and to all communication! cut favor couched in proper terms and containing matter of any mo ment; we have scrupulously endeavored to treat him and his friends with all pos sible fairness and frankness. In pursu ance of Ibis resolve we hare rejected erery communication attacking the personal habits and cftaracier of Mr. Sjtaldincj, which has Lcen presented to us. We have endeavored to exclude personalities from this canvass, and A3 far aa wo are con cerned we have done ao. In this regard the course of the Leader affords an honorable contrast to that taken by the Herald only four years ago, in re lation to their nomination of Mr. Kiddle. The readers of that paper can bear wit ness to the persistency and malignity with which it pursued Jlr. Biddla at that time. It hounded that gentleman, day after day, with personal attacks the most abusive and indecent. It warred against im with all the material at its command. It lavished its stores of ridicule.scorn and contempt upon him. It invented malicious landers against him. It charged him a man of unusually humane and refined imposition with inhumanity and brutal ly. 1 he history ot journalism in this district fortunately affords no parallel to its malignity and venom. Recalling its course then, we can appreciate the Her- W s present declaration : " Personalities we will not indulge in." Kemembering that that coarse was caused by the sore head ednoos of its editor, , we do not won der that itjudging others by .itself at tributes tbe political our of tjvary paper to personal disappointments. " We call upon the intelligent publics of this district, who remember the Herald s tone and tem per in treating Mr. Riddle, to say which paper can fairly charge the other with J intemperato and abusive personalities. The Herald seeks to connect Mr. Par sons with the course of the Leader in criticising Mr. Spalding. In this regard we need only say that Mr. Parsons has no control whatover, direct or indirect, over the editorial management of this paper. He is not responsible for its sentiments, nor is it for his, save so far as they coin- ide. In the only two conversations, however, which the editor of the Lsadie has had with Mr. Parsons in regard to the pending canvass, he has expressed himself decidedly opposed to the use of all per sonalities against hi opponent, and has requested as a favor that all attacks on that gentleman as a man or a citizen thouldbeexcluded from our columns. We happen to know from other sources that he has followed this course himself, and hat requested his frienda to follow it, in speaking of Mr. Spalding. - Tbe article of the Herald is a well-con ceived attempt to gain sympathy for Judge Spalding by holding him up for public sympathy as an abused and unfor tunate man. However, that attempt will fail. The people of this district are in telligent and observing. They understand very woll the difference between malig nant personal abuse, like that with which the Herald followed Mr, Kiddie, and frank and fair political criticism, like that of the Leader on tho pnblic course of the Hon. B. P. Spalding. y - . . The Democracy profess to feel great concern Decause tne inion vouveu tion did aot select a soldier for Secretary of State. It was all vcrv woll for the Copperheads ta attempt to conciliate the infinitesimal military element oi toai party by the nomination of Lefever ; but the soldiers and soldiers' friends who had entire control of the Union Convention thought it best to do something to con ciliate the civil element, and so piaceii our friend Smith in nomination. It is the oractico of Conventions, and we have nothing to say. ine controlling eiemcm lwav9 throws a sod to the minor see- - . .. , -.- ji IT - mnnt. inst to Keen it in eooa numor. v o hone the civil element will take it kindly, as it was meant, and come up nobly to support of the ticket notwithstanding there are places tor out two -rivuiaus the State government- state journal. The Connecticut Legislature has post- nonarl tha execution of Albert 11. stare- weather, the murderer of his mother and sister, until September, 1867. The next postpoament will he indefinitely. Brain art) Trttmapa." TVe pea wriin mkdi ia aword rare, and ao it will be always. Let every person about to take a a tart in Lu aim tret ofaJltofit himself for aay position ferine, may aaeiKn him to. Vor perticalar. bow to get a tbor- oagh easiness euaoaiioa, address without fail the well-known aaual Business College or ooerun, Ohio. " " - ""'!" J- Tk Berate tlxhiklliala, to be given at tbe Cleveland laetitaso wa .lae evening of tk 28th. will be oa of unusual Interest, Jadainf Croat th aaceeaa which haa ever attended the effort of each social J. The exercises oa thie oooaatoa will eoaalat of aiectw selected -with eear. than ardiaary car Dialoauea, Recitation!, aM mnc a ty for tWarikirtaiataroi of ail. lb proceeds are to be donated to the Firtt Coiw:atioaa4 Chnrck, tniaerslty Height. Ticket be ha of Lngham a Brae aiat.HiialsB. Ciauke WUttrrTT-Jl'.T:!:, - ai . -aw- r lr.eiteauvakpette 5. baaiaeu relation, for a term of year. ereaese wtrn APT partnaallj ta W.AM IIINt, Me. 2 Paklic iVaaaie, I lavelanVH- 'jestsai"- "''-' i -1 1 i : etet mmmw 4cU Bra, 0tOtario, Hurlbc.'s Block, Bwr ilne - t;a. . - t ii is fit H,. Tke blKtreat thing oa Collars for wal weather la the Prince of WaUa Collar, at Jet7:327 BOBISON'S, ISO goperior-st. - WaatsMi Experienced Basinets Men compe tent to act ai Salesmen and General Agents and coaduct business csrrespoudeoce. Apply person ally to B. U. CUBRAN,-" 25 Monument Square, Cleveland, 0. je2o:X!C The Prinee or naln C ollnr ti papc on sido asd cloth 1 1 other. HOB 1S0N has ihera1 jv.27.7" 'i ttlS-ttferior lirtet Tbe Largp.! mud Best auortinent of Gent Wh.toAttd Brow a Dock, and Liobn Coats, Pauls and Testis, Can e Snn4 t- 5 V ' ' FAIROHILD'i?, 10G Huffman Block, cait tii Poblio E,nare. Joiif2i3T2 . t - - - - -. The Prince of Wnle Collar don't tew, Try a package. For aale-At js27 .127 B0BIS0S'3 130 Supcrior-st. Epypllnn CM la As a Perfnme ft inrom parablr U-vond anrthiog that can be found in market. : Tallham 4 ( chxxhs, mAo proprititorB, SoU by all Dragplitiand Ptealt-nin Toilet articles. fcTRONG A ARMSTRONG, . . BKNTON. MJEHS M CANFIELP, JaQtf2.MM 4 - Wltxleal Agent! Kalt Rbeoni and all dtseaeee of tbe blood can be cured. Many thoneantis bate been cured by tbe use of Roback's Bljod Porifier aui Sugar C'Mted Blood Pillt. Tbonaanda of letter bearing itDt-as to this fuct are in the hand of Dr. Ko- t-Ack. The Purifier la the beat alteratife known toBcUiace, combining, as it does, the syrup of Stillingia with Iodide of Potaaaium. which every physician of education knows to be the surest remedies. Tbe Pills, in coojuactiJU with the Pu rifier, never fail to restore tho m Mom to health and strength. jc25 Feu in a TorMHloe. A largf, ht-avy, black trunk, strongly ironed, was expressed recently to Columbusp looked ominous enough to hare con tained explosives for Fenian warfare, was only a mfSoenccr of consolation to the afflicted, one of many now flying to the relief of the tortured in every section of the Stale, being filled with Wo! eott's luatant Pain Annitulator. which annihil ates Nervous Toothache, Nervous Headache and nralgia in three minutes, and cure Catarrh In twelve works, bee terms of gnuwnt wrapped with each bottle. jun< Seed Bnrkwfbeat. 4-.0 bushels just rc- ceivt-d and fjr Bale at 72 Merwln street. j.-a-.U RANSOM AUKLHINCa. Kpeeial Caation. MRS. WINHLOW S SOOrillNii SYRUP has become ao popular that various parties have put out articles calling them Mrs. WiueJow'a. Please take notice that the Mrs. Winslowofthe Soothing Syrup is not connocted with any other article. Jnm2:344 Fancy Cabinet and Wooden Toilet Article., of the most tasty style, manufactured at 15 Ontario btreet, Hnrlbut's Block, Bear Buildings. XILJJHFR... may8:R15 Mechanical Jobber. New Lanndry for Fine Wahiap and Ironing of Gentlemen Liuen. Messrs. MACKENZIE A PARSONSrespectfolly announce to the snt:tmen of Cleveland that their new Laundry for doing fine Wanning and Ironing is now in operation, and they are prepared to re ceive orders at their store. No. 14 Monument Square, for doing up gentlemen's linen in the bet and most neat style, . JnoelliBld Eshlemnn, Patent INe k Tic llelder. -This convenient article, fo.- the geMlunuTa wardrobe is now received, and f.r sale by us. it simple Ubor-aving contrivance bf which several different ties caa 1j tnvie. Gtntl .men are invittd to call and examine. MACEENZIC A PAKSONS, Juue11:Bn Monument Stiuare. Milan's Family Ointment. A Sovereign Remedy. This Ointment is truly a Family Reme dy. It contain no poisonous or ramiTal snbstance whatever ; thcrulbie it may be used in all cases fth oorffet r,a etv. It has no equal for Obstinate Ulcers, Old Sorts, Burns, Sealda, Cuts, Cutaneous Eruptions, Bruises, Sore Nipples, Sore Breast, Plliw, Salt Rheum, Chappfd Hands, tc. livery kind of sore coDt.iniug the least particlaof in flammatloa, is permaaently cured bf this great remedy. Tut up in glass bottles, and sold at '25 cents per bottle. r Tbee remedies no lunger stand among tboseof doubtful utility. Thry have passed from the tide of experiment, and now stand hisher in reputation, and are more extensively used than all other articles of the kind. Cauiios. To protect oursvlvcs and the public from being imposed npon by worthless imitations, the genuine will bear the foe n'mie signature of Uie Proprietors on the wrapper, and Walker A Taylor, Proprietor.', Chicago, 111., blown in the bottle. For sale by Drugiatsand Merchants everywhere. WALKKU A TAYLOR, Sole Proprietors, Chicago, Illinois. STRONG A ARMSTRONG, aplll RU Wholesale Agents. Equitable lile Amnninoe Society, of the United States, 92 Broadway, New York. Oa.ih Accumulation J2, 000,000.00 ; Annual Gash Income, l,(KHt,(nm.(Kt purely mutual. An nual Ctub Dividend. This Society have de termined to declare their dividends annually IM cm.: a. The next dividend aill be decUrid Feb ruary let, lSt.7. It is believed that no company in this couutry be able to present grrater ad vantages in Its dividends to persons asnurlngthan this Society, aa its total expenliture to income was less than that of any or tbe older American Compauies, and it uiw business for the p.st year (13,?3,000) exceeds tbe new bustaetts of any New Vork Company iu any previous year, tdis socie ty has met with but one low in this city Mr. Phillip I. Price, who waa Insurad three years since for fS.OOfl. Bis heirs received the amount of bis policy fO,iXH), and a dividend to the amouut Of $373 10-00 in cash, within ten days ftftr proofs were delivered to the agents. Proposals for insurance or foraguneiea apply to THAYKRS A MCKSOH, General ngents. No. 1 and 2 Park Building. na.y4 Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Winwlow, an experienced Norse and Female Physician, presents to the attention ot Mothera her SOOTHING SYRUP tor Children Teething, which greatly facilitate! ihe process of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all in flammations, will allay all pain and spaemodic ac tion, and Is sure to regulate the bowel. Depend npon it. Mothers, it will give rest to yourselvea and relief and health to your Infants. We Lave put up and soM this article fur over 30 years, and can say In confidence and truth of it what we have never been able to say of any other medicine never has it tailed in a single instance to effect a cure, when timely ust-d. Never did we now an instance of diavsatistactioa by any one wh'1 ued it. On th contrary, all are delighted with its opera tions, and speak ia terms ot commendation of its magical effects aud medical virtues. We speak in this matter "what we do know," after 30 years' experience; and pledge our reputation for the ful fillment of what we here declare, in almost every .r.aitnr where the infant is sufferinc from pain and exhaustion, relief win ve iuuoa m nnwu wr twenty minute after the syrup is administered. Tnli directum for usinc win aumMDT raw n bottle. None cenuine unless the fac-imilie of CURTIS A PARKINS, New York, Is on tbe out- Hold bv all DrueKists tnrougnoui ine worm. Price, only its cents per bottle. ap23: Ul4-ayoa:w Moth and Freeblea. Ladies afflicted with Disco Lo ratios on the Face, called moth patches or freckles, should sse PERRY'S Celebrated MOTH andFRCCKLB LOTION. It i infallible. Pre pared by Br. B. 0. PERRY, Dermatologist, 49 Bond street, M. T. Sold by all dmgffista in Cleve land, aud elsewhere. Price 2 maylf-340 prof. H. Anderson's Derm odor is a Ll auid for Kxternal Application. A valuable Chm leal Combination, cittcoverwi by a celebrated Cbemint. Warranted to cur Inflammation In all case of Wounds, Bruise, Sprains, Inflammatory Rneumatism, Bronchitis, Swelling of the Glands, Inflammation of the Eye, Broken Breasts, Frosen Feet. Chilblain. Piles. Pin. plea on the face, Bee Stinra. and all Sore the human flesh I heir to. Oa Hone and Cattle it cannot be excelled for th can of Galls, Oalks, Sprain, Wound, and all hart on animals. It never Mis to can if used a directed. D. BAN30M A- 00., Proprietor STRONO A ARMSTRONG, and BKSTON MYERS A tlAnrifeaitU, Agent, iie eumu. may 10: BH-PTAW a Cboleral Cbolera X 1 It is coming I AU should be prepared to ward it off, not only by the adoption of proar aaoitary mm, but by baring at hand some effectual remedy fcr pady use when the dnwasd dseaaw apmn:. It is the pinion of mlnefts tslbians that Bsost cases of Cholera can ha readily cared if proper remedy i used early track a remedy w bow offer to tha public ia the aittcl ef Dr. J. R. MilUra TTniversal Ifagaeftic Bala, with tha tallest con tide noe in its raawdial qitatitk as a Preventive and Cure fur Cholera. It has been UkAroualy tested, ana w speac airnaeu' y whea w nnmnrnl it U the puWic aa the beat known raaedy for Oaelera aad Bowal Oemplainta, - - - p. RANSOM, A Co., Prepiietora. STRONG A ARMSTRONG, and BENTON, TBRS A CAN FIELD, iagnts, Ctovw.d, TiO::nfITW ; LATEST NEWS BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE. LAST NiGHT8 DISPATC1TE8. FROM WASHINGTON. Bailroad Bridge Over the Coya-Iioga River at Cleveland. Bill Passed the Senate to Authorize Its Construction. GENERAL NEWS. Connecticut the First to Ratify the ... Amendment, The Governor of Maine will Call an Extra Session if the Other Governors do. I nion Congressional Nomination In Maine. Railroad Accident at Peekskill, N. T. Four Persons Killed and Several Injored. FROM ST. LOUIS. Illness of Senator Lane, of Kansas. Railroad Trains Running Through to Leavenworth. inportant Case Decided Against Frank Blair. FROM NEW YORK. Ulg Thing Proposed by Santa Anna. Intense Heat and Several Cases of Sun Stroke. All Moonshine About the Cholera Gold Closed Last Night at 155 34. issttclated Press Report. General News. Ratified. Kew Haven, .luno 2fi. Tha Connecticut Senate ratitieii tbe Constitutional Amend ment at midnight last night. The House will concur. Aogusta, Me., June 2o. Governor Coney will convene the Legislature in extra ses sion t" act on the Constitutional Amend ment, if a sufficient number of Governors Fire. Scsnsotady, X. Y., Juno 2t5. The most aluable twrtion of Schnectady'a Locomo tive Worka was destroyed by fire this A. M. Several new engines, together with several more in completion, and all the machinery are in ruins. The ln?s is estimated at $305,- tiGO. Insured for $75,6o0. Five hundred hands are thrown out of employment. It was the work of an incendiary. Senator Lane Ill. Sr. Locia. Suno 26. Senator Lane, Kansas is quite ill at the Lindell Hotel in this city, with paralyaia. The Physician think it impossible for nim to take his seat n the Senate tbis session. Trains Running to Leavenworth. aro now Leavenworth, Kansas, from this city, via the Missouri Pacific Railroad. Trains Running to Leavenworth. XXXIXth Congress. WASHINGTON, June 26. HOUSE. Mr. BINGHAM, from tho C mimittee on Military Affairs, reported a bill for the payment of the 4th, Sth and 11th regiments of Ohio Volunteer Militia of Cincinnati, Bard's Company of Cavalry and PanUon s Battery dnrine the time they were iu the service of lU Tnited .States. Passed. Mr. ALLISON calltt tip the motion to re consider the vote whereby, some days since. the bill to pay bounties to ine ottn lowa olunteer Inlantry, unown as me-urey Beard Uegiment," which was laid on tho tablo on tbe report of the Military Commit tee. After some ti ussion the bill was passed. Mr. rUICE. from liio Committee on the Pacific Railroad, reported back the Senate bill to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line fr. in. the States of Mis souri and Arkansas to the Pacific coast, with amendments. Ordered printed and re committed. Mr. FAROUHAR. from the Conlerence Committee on the joint resolution for the re lief of Messrs. Goodrich fc Cornish, for car rying United Stato: mails from Baish City to Idaho City, in tho Territory of Idaho, niado a report reducing the amount from $20,000 to $1U,000, whiih was agreed to. Mr. ELLIOTT, frm the Committee on Conference, reported back the Senate bill to regulate the transportation of nitro glyce rine, with amendments extending the pro visions to nitroleun.. r blasting oil, or nitro oil, or powder, mixe 1 with any such oil, and changing tne penauv :ruin w uu, ic than $1,000, and repairing the substance to be surrounded bv p.:i-.ter of Paris, or other material, which wiil Im uon-exploaive upon being saturated wuli sucn oils, ine amend ment was agreed to an t tne uui as amenueu passed. Mr. till OH. aieo. iroui uiv oaiuo vuuiuin- tee, reported a bill declaratory of the act of February lUtn, lauu, ouiuuruiu me omrro- tary of the Treasury to issue registers to vessels in certain rases, which was read three times and passe;L AUo a bill makinz the town of hitehall, N. Y., a port of dcliv. ry within collection, District of CbamnUiu, which was read three times and pnssed; A inn . bill constituani? I'matia anarte- braska in the territory f Nebraska, and St. Pan) in the State ot Minnesota, posts ot do livery, was read thre times and passed. On motion of Mr LLLI0TT, the Com mittM on Commerce was discharged from further consideral-ou ot the letter ol tbe Secretary of the Titury in reference to the pay ot inspector:) m customs, anu same was referred tf l!u Committee on Ways and Means. Mr. HUMrliREi t.tlered some amend ments, which ha w is discussing when tbe morning hour expired, and tne bill went over till to-morrow. The SPEAKER, announced as Special Committee appoint .1 in the matter of Xor ranceAtwater, Missis. Hale, Woodbridge, Thnrtnn. Paine and L tuvear. The Speaker prf-nnuju a memorial trom the Philadelphia B -ard of Trade to Con- press. oravintr lor the afoiitionoi legai re a trie tion on commerce iu money. Referred to the Committee on ticmnit-rce. The House then pjTe- ead to the busmes? on tbe Speaker's Uulo, and disposed thereof as follows : Senate amendments, tin.i ia number, to thft internal revenae bill. Mr. MORRILL said that if he thought tha House would agret. t . it, he would move a concurrence in all the smendments of the Senate, but not supposing that the motion would meet with the approval of the House he would refer tbe amendments to the Cotn- mHift rm Wavs and Menus. Mr. PIKE expressed a wish that Morrill would move to non-concur, and aak for a fnmmittM on Conference, Mr. STEVENS hoped that would not be done. This was a very important bill, and there were a good many parts ox wmcn ought to be disposed ei in tne uoase. Mr. MORRILL moved to refer the amend ments to the Committee on Wayt and Means ftq4 they were so reterred. The Senate bill to amend the act of July ia, muz. w aiu in ino construction oi a railroad and telegraph line from the Mis. souri river to the Pacific ocean, was taken up, and a long and excited discussion was participated in. Mr. STEVENS explained thas the object oi tne ist section was simply to extend till December, 1S6, the time in which the Union Pacific Eastern Branch could file the mt.p and designate the general route. The object of the 2d section was to correct ft fraud committed in copying the report of a conference committre or tbe last season, by which the California Company a' as pro hibitei from extending its part of the work more than 250 miles beyond the eastern boundary of the State. The bill passed. The next business on the Speaker's tabic was the Senate act to amend the act of March 3d, 1SV, granting lands to Kansas in alternate sections to aid in constructing railroads. The bill allows stream traction engine road trom Atchison to Santa Fa. Each train to be capable of moving 50 tons or zou paFsangers six miles an hour. Mr. TROWBRIDGE spoke in support of toe Din. Messrs. JULIAN", THAYER aud RAN BALL, of Pennsylvania, advocated iU re ference to the Committee on Public Land. Mr. TROWBRIDGE family assented and tte bill was so referred. The Senate joint resolution to authorise the hiring of a building or building? lor the temporary accommodation of the Depart ment ot state, was taken from tne B pea it er's table. On motion of Mr. RADFORD the appro priation was reduced from $60,000 to 000, and the joint resolution as amended passed. The houso adjourned at 4 o'clock. SENATE. Leave of absence for residue of session was granted to Mr. Lane, of Kansas, on motion of Mr. LANE, of Indiana. Mr. CHANDLER, from the Committee ou Commerce, reported a joint resolution authorizing tho Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad Company and the Cleveland and Toledo Railroad Company, either or both jointly to construct a swinging bridge over the Government piers across the Cuyahoga river at Cleveland. Mr. EDMONDS otIVrcd a proviso by way of amendment, that Congress may alter or repeal this provision. Adopted. The joint resolution as amended was then passed. The SENATE then took up the House bill amendatory of the organic act of Wash ington Territory. It makes the sessions of the the Territorial legislature biennial in stead of annual, and increases tho com pensation of members from three to six dollars a dav. The bill was then passed. Mr. STEWART called up the House bill to create the office of Surveyor General of Idaho Territory. Passed. Mr. HOWE moved to take up tho House bill to establish a ship canal around tbe falls of Niagara. Disagreed toby yeas 17, nays 10. A bill to reimburt'o Wyandott Indians for the value of two churches and a library destroyed. by border rulliaus, passed. The establishing the Freed men 'a Bureau was taken up and read. Mr. DA VId moved to lay it on tho table. Disagreed to yeas 6; nays 27. After some discussion in which Messrs. WILLON, HENDRICKS and TRUMBULL participated, Mr. BUCKALEW moved to amend by providing that the Bureau shall remain in existence one year instead of two. This was disagreed to by 6 yeas to 26 nays. Mr. HENDRICKS moved to strike out the 14th section, which was disagreed to. Mr. llt.MililUKS moved te strike out from the third section the following words: And the Commissioners shall, under the direction of the President,-and as far as the same may be in his judgment necessary for the efficient and economical administration of the bureau, appoint such agents, clerk3 and assistants as may be required for the proper conduct of the bureau." uisagreed to. Mr. HENDRICKS moved to amend by triking out the provision declaring all per sons in the employ of the bureau to be un der military jurisdiction and entirely to I military protection while in the discharge1 of their duties. 1 Disagreed to. The bill then passed, and goes back to the House for concurrence in amendments. Its provisions areas follows : Section 1st. That the act to establish a bureau for the relief uf freed men and refu gees, approved March 3d, 1865, shall con tinue in force for a term of two years from and after tho passage of this act. Section 2. That the supervision and care of said Bureau shall extend to all loyal re in gees and treed men, so lar as trie same shall be necessary to enable them as speedily as practicable to become self-sup-purting citizens of tho United States, and to aid them iu making the freedom con ferred by tho proclamation of the commander-in-chief, by emancipation, under the laws of the States and by the constitu tional amendment available to them and a benefit to the republic. isectien ;. ine rresment snaii, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, appoint two assistant commissioners in ad dition to those authorized by the act to which this is an amendment, luey snail be assigned to districts by the Commis sioner, with the approval of the President; the Commissioner Bhall alse appoint, under direction of the President, such agents and clerk as may be necessary. Military officers or enlisted men may be so employed but without increase oi emolument. The Commissioner is required to give preference to men who have done laitalul service in the army. AU persons appointed under this act and tbe act to wnicn this is an amendment shall be deemed in the service of the United3ta.es and to be under military jurisdiction and entitled to the military protection of the oovernment while in the discharge of the duties ot their office. Section 4. Officers of tte Veteran Reserve Corps and volunteers may be retained in the Bureau after their regiments have been mustered out. Section 5. The second section of the act to which this is an amendment, shall be sufficient to authorize the Secretary of War to issue medical stores, supplies and trans portation for needful purposes. No person shall be deemed suffering or dopeudant, who ia able to procure employment and support him sell. Section 0. Whekkas, By the provisions of an act approved February 5, 1m3, entitled an Act to amed an Act entitled au Act lor the collection of direct taxes in insurrec tionary districts within the United States, and for other purposes, certain lands of the parishes of St. Helena and St. Luke, South Carolina, were bid in by the United States at public tax sales, and by limitation of said act the time of redemption of said lands has expired, and Whbreas in accordance with instruc tions issued by President Lincoln on the 16th day of September, 105, to the U.S. District Tax commissioner ior aonm uaro- lina, certain lands bid in by the United Stat e3 in the parishes of St. Helena in said State, were in part sold by the Tax Com missioners to tne heads of lamilies of Afri can decent, in parcels of not more than 20 acres to each purchaser, and Whehkas, under said instructions saiu Tax Commissioner did also set apart a school farm in said parish, the number on this plat from 1 to Ai, inclusive, making an aggregate ol 600 acre, more or lea. Therefore, be it enacted that sales made to heads of families of the African race, under the instructions of President Lincoln under the direction of the District Tax Collector of date of September 16th, 1363, are here by conbrmed, and an teases wnicn nave been made to such head of families by said tax commissioners be changed into certifi cates of sale, in all case where the lease provides f-r such substitution, and all lands now remaining unsold which come thin the same designation, being ;,ouu acres more or less, shall be disposed of ac cording to said instructions. Section 7. mat an otuer lau is oni m vy U. S. tax sales, being.ooo acres mora or leas, and now in the hands of said lax cora- miasioners a3 property ot the l nited Mates in th Pariah of SL Helena and St. Luke, excepting school farms as specified in the proceeding secuou, uu. bj " " may be necessary lor military and naval purposes at Hilton Head, Bay Point, and Lands End and excepting al?o the citvof Port Royal, on St. Helena Island, nd the town of Beaufort shall be disposed of in parcels of 20 acres each at $1.5) per ar.TA to sach persons and such only as have tuHinired and are occupying lands under and agreeable to the provisions of General Hhorman's snecial ileld order dated Savan nah, Ga-, Jan. 1 6, 1m15. And the remaining lands, if any, shall be disposed of in like m winner to such persons as had acquired lands agreeably to tho said order of Gen. Sherman, but who have been dispossessed by the restoration of the same to the former owners, provided that the lands sold in compliance with the provisions of this and tbe preceding aecuuu anon boi d euea- a ted by their purchaser, within aix years from and after the pmaaage of this aot. Section 8. That the aruool farm in the parish of St. Helena shall a sold, auhjeet io aay leases ok uie same, ttj saia eommie siener at public auction, oft or before the 1st dav of January. 1367 at not lata) $L per acre; and loU in the city of Port Royal, as laid down by said Tax Comtnia- sioners, and lots and houses in the tows of Beaufort, which are still held in like ner, be sold at public auction, and Uie ero ceeds of said soles, after paying expense of surveys and sales, shall be invested in unt ied States bonds, and tha interest saall ne appropriated, under the direction of the commissioner, to support a school, without uisuocEion oi coior or race, on taaiaiana and the parishes of fit... Helena and St. iiuae. Section 9. The Assistrht' Commissi on era in Georgia and Xerth Carolina shall ex amine the claims made under Gaeral Sher man s order, and in the case of each valid claim grant a warrant for twenty acres of isuin, wnicn warrant the tax commissioner shaJl issue to tha person persentina' such. or to his or her heir, but in no case shall the warrant entitle a person to bold tne-land for a term oi more than six years, but tt may at any time be converted into a certineale of sale on the payment of $1 SO per acre. onjiitu i". ids amines tax: i of South Carolina are retired to survey the i;. hub uaaiguaiea ana lay mem out in ami able tracts of twenty acres each. section u. Alter toe- completion of the transfer of said lands in the manner speci fied, the President of the United States may restore to tne former owners la&ds occupied by persons nnder General Sherman's order. except such lands as have been sold for taxes, but such restoration shall not be made until the crops of the present year nave beea gathered, nor till a fair compensation shall have been paid to the occupant for all im prererreats. section 12. The Commissioners) ' shall have power to seize, hold and sell lands and buildines formerly owned or claimed by the so-called Confederate States, and not here tofore disposed of by the United States. The proceeds thereof shall be appropriated to the education of the freed people; and when the Bureau shall have been with drawn, the States which have made Provi sion for th education of their citizens with out distinction of color shall receive the sums remaining unexpended, the distribu tion to be made lor educational purposes in proportion to population. Section 13. The Commissioner shaH co operate with private associations, for tbe bane tit oi tnetreedmen. and protect school established by them. - Section 14. In all the States lately in re bellion, and until sueh States are duly re presented in Congress, the right, to make aud enforce contracts aad all other civil rights shall he enjoyed by all citizens with out distinction of color, and until the con stitutional relations of such States are re stored, the President of the United States shall,throngh the officers of thej Boreas pre scribe military protection and have mili tary jurisdiction concerning the enjoyment of such immunities, and no greater punish ment shall be inflicted upon colored people for violations of law than that to which white persons are liable. The jurisdiction con ferred upon officers of the Bureau by this section shall cease in every State where the administration of justice by the State and l nited States (Jourtsis undisturbed and tne State is represented in Congress. Section 1j. All oUieers ot the .Bureau shall take the oath of office, and all acts or parts ot acts inconsistent with the provisions ol this act are repealed. At halt -pas' two o'clock the Senate went nto Executive session. Adjourned. . ' Special Dispatches. Special Dispatches. RECEIVED UP TO 3 O' CLOCK, A. M. Special Dispatches to the Wasters Press. FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT. Pkik.ikill, Y., IS. AI 'clock this afternoon the up (Travel train. when near this place, waa thrown from th track, killing 0. B. Wheeler, the conductor. nd three laborers, and Berioaaiy injuring Martin L?e, the foreman, and eereraj others. Tbe disaster occurred from aome persons ttlacinc by accident or design A telegraph pole upon the track. Th ear were thrown ou tne tract: ana were eaaiT broken up. There were about thirty labor, ers on the train. KB -NOMINATED. Portland, Ur., June 26. The First Dis trict Union Convention at Saco to-day re nominated Hon. John Lynch as Represent ative to Congress. The resolutions were the sauio aa at the Stat Convention. VARIOUS ITEMS. New York, June 26. Quit a number of cases ol sunstroke are roportcd by the pnlico to-day. Tho thermometer stood at 'Jb in the snaue. CHOLERA. It is seriously doubted by surgeon if there be any such thing; aa Asiatic cholera on our shores. Thecases herotofore classed as such are of the usual character brought on by impurity or intemperance. FENIAN MEETING. waa frienda of Roberta and Sweeny, in Union Square, last evening. Resolutions were passed denouncing the President and the neutrality laws. Mr. Greeley could not attend but sent a polite letter of excuse. SANTA ANNA. According to tbe Tribune, General Santa Anna has ten millions of dollars on deposit tne Bank of tngland. tie propose to establish a new and stable government in Mexico,with a constitution and laws republi can in form, with the church for its head. One of its conditions is, however, a com plete association of principles and interests between the United states and Mexico up on the following basis: The United State to advance to him ySanta Anna) on millioB dollars and three thousand men. in ex change for which he will swear eternal gratltuue io ine American nation auu give n security certain Diexicaa provmcee id territories. The contract ence scaled Gen. Santa Anna ill immediasely start for Mexico, where his presence, his men and his million will create quite an enthusiasm. According to his own statement th Church will take him by the hand, the army will prostrate itself at his feet and the best part of tbe Liberal party, renouncing its present leaders, will form an intimate alliance with him. As to the Imperialists, who stack to Maximilian not tbrongh love but threegh fear and compulsion, tbey will be too happy to place themselves nnder protection ef the General and to abandon a eanse without dignity or strength in the present or pro-J pects in the luture. BEW TARIFF BILL. ilarrifi kill: "In Th Pnat f ava new man v rnwa the method of enumeration aad of declaring the duty ia so complicated and so ingeniously altered irom me preeeus tar iff that it is impossible for any but expert to make tho comparison, and even they ill find it difficult in some case we aua- npct. The tariff except en a lew articles. appears to have been raised from 3 to lie per Cnu on some OI sue unaaa anmij tides. Fer instance on manulactnre oi iron. The increase) is so grant that It will be felt as a very heavy burden unon all th most important interests in th country. jThe railroads which transport the Westorn larmers produce, auu amp wu in building and sailing give employment to a great number of our moat intelligent mechanics will be mad so much more costly that their increase will be slopped, and freights must be enormously burden some. The proposed tariff is evidently not for but for protection. FIRED ON THE "COWS". Tribune says: Tho report of a skirmish on Pigeon Hill on the 23, Was caused by th volunteer pickets mistaking some cows for an advance guard of the Fenians. Chicago Market—June 26. Flovb Firm. Wbeat OalU gale, at ll,7o,l,7I for Ho. I., and li,ot for No. S. Coaii Active Bale, at tSUc for Ho. 1; S3 fif.JHc for Ko. a Oars Bin, galea at 343324: for Hj. I, aad 36,ijalc for No a. ... UioBwrwaa Inactive and aostlaal. .''.:. TaBioar Oaiea. ) ataoairv vioar 6,508 bbla.; wheat i.7,UuO ha.; ,nrn Hi 1 .ISM hn.: nil A5.0U0 bo. gatrwiNT Floar t.009 bbla.; wheat SS.OCO tat; aora ig,uw a.; oaaa as, woo. Milwaukee Market—June 26. Flovb IVaH. ' WaxaT Ball. Eata at i,0 for M. 1. Coaa Oaiat. i..a Ii.li.l la KictrrTs Floor 3,oo0 bbla; wheat 4,0o0 Issh; cora 12,U00baah; i3,UXiba.h oats. " aairaxsTa now graj btl ; wheat (S,000 p. . - - -,r. .. .. . ' I w-a wr -w -wr - . WJS.JiA.AdI mJ.- itilU UIR OOSTtAlXI AU T CO tut INT MXWn IfTarrrLljllBODS, Lt A ViAUl ktAlMlaT cutiiaprsums. WatEiji.0 XT HJii mo. 14a BPPERioa arm - ; I . mu oi jhjj w.jur.T . Ta ta. lattsr a of a Ova of tsvj.-w. wtttaa V ear mt ta a salt I. .ansa, a-ratto t tweauj. a a, af th Trl-Waki, ; of rkrrty aa wwwwra, satlMMB.' . .., . ., :-:wt . OT.JTutl.l LIAblB X ww rrk afaa-ketWaaMtA. t (i OorrowOwl.t nt aoM-i. a. a.. aWla. a 'tffm 39c tut widening. ' uea Sc kwr, luSnrlov taa, aartaaw it fcr tatodiaai and Rood grad... . Bawa.(7og,a lot utcasisAe; ti falO.OO , ov tra roua aao Ohio, 110,15413,73 fcr trad. ' a-. uiDvia ia. - aiaa V Ball aa aoaitaal. - iaaWa .A K)lar. . westara. waAT Aall, an .cessaMa (railet aoviaallr , S of prim, an w0 I MiHrswkm at 12,40. Rva-Jfcuad,. . sl il utn at ., o:'u Saai.iv Dull aad nomiaal.i ( . Bablbv Malt trail and aoaiiaal. .-a.i: Cum Ma atiaaal lt- lewwr. SaaVa 85e for aaaoaad saw mixed ana. ra, UJl4c foraoand do; aio 0,500 bs prlu ' aaJpia- to arriva'thil waekr taf aelt af 8ac. - -- uara oaiu as is at a.Mu as. aw waatara, Corrma T.ry m. flats a Uev avW. Stsaaa Mor. activ. laiaa aa llAliac for Havaaa alCLASsas Dnll aad; entot. ' ': -rtraauaa-tftafl.- i ... iU f t ' f 1 1 -atM at HHa-i for crude aad 3V4at0c for relaa. labaad. raaa Upal f rawndVraaud awa. Sats at AUJ'iKiall.61 fcr aaw aM... doalaaT at 131,37 cask; -j,'.t..5.nn fcr aid aaaaa, fW. JO mrr.M fcr ansa.- Ala. ixtO tarSMla aaa auaa inr ll al, mmt Aacaat, avucc'aaAd boFer'a eptioa. M i,o i.a,ou. . , a..ls. I tliliiitrcai Yalta ' Bait at liLooarll.an m tJaiav aan ..J Ia.ULt aw .xtra bum. aaaaa waw euaoy. u as W),pntvw. R Cft MATtMly. . 8laa at I34ell!s for akoald.r..' .jiS T7W Is aaata. ... . : , Lau Cntf anJ araT. . BaTiw at Iff jiewB. usa UiMwt. Mas at BtlcL- , FaSMMIS TO LlTIEPOOL ModarAltJv ftCtLVs. aatljwith&at decMH eha?. --; . j sT.T. Maaey Maraies Jane 38. ' MowBTbey at 4t$5 er ent. for call to a. 1 tsvaaus KxnAaes--Fira,witai mtximntm boa-. tea, at 1(8 105. tiei.lT .titled but trs.r. ibfaltw ai 14M . a4vaaciag to ldiij and closing at l&b . Iteek Marketw-Jaie3.. . AoTzaMMsn Stock Do)!. Sixe of l&ol. eooaoaa. lliAC: t- omivai oT 18, 103, 7-SO ?d eriM, 1US; 3d Jo 102. lat.fi. ateta IM v.-! 1A tV-.a" I itvtS. Pi IU Ira rh, Fort Wars an Chlcasv C Cut. cago ao4 Mock Island U3i, Otevalaatl a&d t otada iutjr4; Mor(ntrB z-ai Illinois cantral V; -Mieb-raa toatbtra Wi lllac lot-34; Krm A.: - preferred 73; Waatern Caion T-Jkgraph tVJW, Ohio aad lMtstviry- cartitcatea 27. ' JT. T. CatU. Maai Th cwrvcat vrtca. for the .at at all ta aaar. kaas ar. m felWwa : tar Cavtlb 1st iraalltv. hajt. 117 f (Van mr. ftur t (tuod fuallt, 16.U(J1Y ,."-, ceaira.a fja.iiay t,wt.io,iu; uierior qnaiity ,ix,uu(9I,,uil CwsaitCavks Kxtra hfd. s.uur.: 1 lstaaalttl' 7i,uuao,.A; ardiaary tu5,utM,16,uu; ODBmuB qoalilv aj4.lMeO.UU: ialerior aoalil. frri.Tnaji l,ial. i - Teal eaxvaa bt qaality , 12I3c; ordira- ' ry qoalliy 10J)SmVji; coaaawa qwaluy KlrO; roferuw qaality wallu.. aaaspaN. lambs Kxtraa w Bead vs.oivaio oo; aw qaality ,60s7,UO: ordinar. aaahty tS.Sum ta; comaaoa qaaliLy t6,lAH2ao,5u; iuaorlor qaaliVT ,004,50. wus Msvry eova M aer lUA15aCi ligtit aad aaediam llxfllu1.,. Thaa wa a aaalanaj ebaaaw ta ta atavketfa. a.ff lata weak, taoagh ta salea war at lowar arte, except for prime ateet. which ware Ira- ar, af th beat reahziag bc, bat low gradee were aaaaaroua and eold pretty low. Ta. raaire of prices were a. aaaal.taaairii taaaalkaf aatua Bold at L5t3tl7)a. Nearly all war sold at aooa, witn aopruapecc ox petng arc over. Veata wlthoat caaasTe, saaaaw tar r. war. Tw aalM at tha oQtaid. qaotationa. Hogadall aad aardly so raa. 1 Taa tstai nosayu al thai week are aa follows Beevee 395S; cowa la; vaal calces tbl; aaesp .' t ...... , t ' MU Batket-Jaa M. FLoea Trail. WHtit Ouit. I Ooaa In moderate deaaaod. Saiaa of Fa. 1 Ttej . . Oat laectlve and aoaainal. ileld at &aAuc ' for Chicago, aad 47X3Me for atllwaakM. ' wtb AtM UBieaa at (L,li at uwaaaw. JL.M BaBLBT Nominal. Mass Poaa a,oo3S,W. '' . . ..i Laaj gals at aae Whisht Noaaiaal. Caa.a aiaava T. Hew Tort : Wheat Met tbe; eata 10c. ajAXAL siroBTs floor w kbla: wbel m u baki coca 117,tU; eata at,uX7; ry out). . at 111.00 for No. 1 i .mtuaij,. u tor rea winter; ,ia,ao lor extra. Wbiat Oniat. Ko 1 atilwake clah hald at $1,311. Kales laat night at I'.iJV,. Ueait-wniat aad nomtaaliy lower. .No. 1 Mtaaal l hald st 7iS(a)77c. - ,VAv Bjarc aa dadet. . . . 7 . . uta.r graiaa aeauual. CawAt FTjeara lie for cova to BTr Tork. ' Boat, aaares wiaa so ta. let aak. ... -r Laaa Iaaoara &',tn0 bosh cora. " "" Cabas toswaaa 1,30 hash awut - .' . .y CITY NEWS. Pbofessob DeFobet's Fkebch Classss. Many of our readers will be ' interested to know thatJProfesaorDoForet will not discon tinue his French classes during th summer vacation, but will continue to give inatrae tion in that language to those who desiv it Focsd Dead An old man named Greer J Salem, waa found dead in a swamp on Monday forenoon. There are strong sus picions of fonl play. It it supposed that tha man was murdered" on Saturday night. There ha been an inquest held, but w. were unable to leant what the verdict was. Acadebt of Mi'sic. Mr. James Lewis waa of course the chief attraction to th Academy last evening and there waa full house to greet him. His "Paul Piy" was admirably doaa. He war well sustained by Mrs. Ellsler, Misses Horrhi aact Her bert, Messrs. Ellsler, Lee, Murdoch, Hod- ' son, Stephana, Ogden and Yotti. Th clos ing piece, "My Preeioa Batter" waa made irreaistably fanny by Mr. Lewis and Mi HowitL Th drama's this evening ar "Serious Family" aad "Sarah's Young' Man." . . Tbe New Mabeet Hocax. The following bids for th building of th. saw MarloH Hons were received by th Board of City Improvements : Joseph Tomlinaon. ...... E. it Brooks E. M. Ward G. W. Dorham Wm. Cabbom ... $20,701) . 20,780 RM 36,00 . 16,4541 Exclusive of roof. The cost of roof was estimated at $2,000, which would make th bid ef Cubbon the lowest. Aa there wa s difference of opinion two resolutions, on authorizing a contract with Cubbon, and th other with Tomlinson ware submitted to tha Council and laid over for one week. Th bid of Tomlinson has tbe recommen dation of the Board. Cleveland Femalb Bem xxabv. SoiiarB MOSICAL. CoaXEBCEB-EST ElEtflSES. Through a kind invitation we last evening peeped into th Gymnasium of th Cleve land Female Seminary, npon a select, in vited audience, who were listening with wrapt attention to a beautiful Soira Musi- ealc bf tha ladies of this popular institu tion. The ladies of the seminary looked very pretty aad very happy, and the audi ence aeemed highly delighted with th en tertainment. We append the programme : FABT FIBST. Overture, 12 kaad..- :..Roealai Jtissc atawart, Caapia, AellerLimprMjil, OviaU and EtecB.lin. Dae tt Vocal.. Gurr Jti. tVkaay aad Fraf. Uamlea. ' Fantaisle Two Piaac .. II. Albaxto Hiss Houvwa, aad UaoaeeVaj, Robert, idol ef my Heart" , , , Mejerbr Miss SuackleWa. Weber's Lart Idea ChaiaeT aaiaa a rencn. 'Steep wall, awa I Aasw." Abt Mis L. Btawart. , Diaorah B. Hottmia maaa vara. Trio What new rnllirbr" Verdi Mia. bterM aa atseara. itamiea iu atari. PABTStCOSD. Faatniata, Baada Dnroc Measra. Coaaollcy, ttonoway, wsatermaa a a at. . CoanoUey. Cavatlai. Sraaaa, ly with aae," .,..Vsrdf Mlaa Iva Clark. Third Mrditalloa . laall Miaa Willlaaasoa. Oavatia 'Oh, for aa Kagle's piaioas". Daaizctta tea jobs... Daatt Qais Eat Hon.Tt..J.. Rosslai Hiaaa Baailtaw aad atsae.. z Fiaaos. ... .Cotii Mlaaea Joeasoa aad Clark. Qnartette Berl Fftrtfa, V 4. nn art Mir cu . . - B w. gt. aa Wrarht, aad Messr. UaJaiMt aad am a. exercises of This evening interesting th Thirteenth - Annual Commencement tmka place, rerameBfing at eight o'clock.