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I AILT, TRI-WS1K.LT WKKK.LT r.)F'VtC 144 HDflMMI tVTatJtBW. ' 4n. Maniac wvotwa. fcyarl, far vrT10 er -a. ss , 1 1 w, psryr. l A seat. Km IWUr. . im il,Whml Carrier. (Mwafeit o BvaB trt-wwAlr, onits pw mt. Address MW 'advertisements! ANMYKE81KT IXKKtlSK. CLEVELAND INSTITUTE. - ' flCNrAT, Jrw 24th, 10J o'clock A. M. ftrnon to Grttlatin CI., at Ooocrattonal nircn, ijicrsirr mguit. bj jt.-v. . u. j , JIOMDAt AID TCI8DT, JoaiAU4 26th. WRDSSSDAT ft THriti AT. Jon-. 27tU A 2tth 1 iMtit at Awm4nmi9 IcpMtmt; TiruDtT.I s4fe Mwtlg of Board -of rrate Ticma, TJ oel V. 31. Colon FxhiMtion or rai &D ua xao inns ri aijub cvcip- 10 o'clock A M- HwtlD of the Llter-j So- Ert?ii--Be-oioa f Alanitti. t whirb an ! 4km will be p try iurof. K. Fi.h.p. G.ng wtmimarv. - . . - Bt. Th &-kBI ud patroea oflbo Intltatp btv FULL STOCK or Linen Clothing:! I U?IEIV AiVD BOYIS. VESTS, PAINTS & COATS White, Brown & Cream Duck i. H. DrWITT CO., Kn. 7 nd 11 Public K.ar. TMIBL KOTIL'E. I will receive pro- JC vmnothnrt tB dt Bt aij oBc for fanibhlw the City School wilh HM ini. Mi 0ol. Ur4wno1, lwea od aputj na A.iuauiiir lor tke opDUDf 7r. i T.. D HCD30,BecrUrT " .'. ' TV (fg-TfE DESIRE TO CALL AT- TINrCOH Utk ltoca " . " Sprtog Wr. TbSDlrki abowi t to cantala large pr ernt. or MMUciDA' aiBoral proprtlei thma ma loa- ired. IMwh. VioJ, or stir other prl Watrrln 1h vnrM. Iu tonic, ilurotic, and em- thartlc prvaerlioa are vooderral, and laTigorate I the BjmUm im a maarkable aaaarr. we ander- etaad it ie beiag kept by the principal DragguU, Hot4)!, and Orojen. Jp2::M ASTON ISHIKG. Thos. Cohen, I of M North SUtk at, WilUaanbnreh, who h the rheaatatieet for 13 jroara, aad bat valknl oa craMbfa tor rlx aaontha, im beea reetorcd to per fect hraltk hj a few aoaea of MITCALFS S CBIkT RHIDMATIO BIMIDT. BetewiMiai; to cODflna tblt Itatenent oa eatb. If roqnlr d. Je8:Bl7 glKMO t AEHBTBUNQ, ageate. r 500, DOZEN KNIT MIXED I fere. . ' . - i- --: ' t . , II do. fjadiee1 White Ortow Hoee. ' Beceieed oa old coatracto oad wb'ch we offer at old prion. M. HALLS a UU je28 . . , . H7 Bir-r etrt. CA DOZEN DIAUONAX. -AND 0f Belknap Rbirte to del. back eTeralta. . HALLE t CO,, 147 Water itrett. Jf2S -rvissoLrnoji or PAKTSKBsaiP.-r j The nertBenhio Beret fu re exi tin lijtwet n i Ortma, l'ir O.ats woe-p. lit ar-J-, ftuder 1 the ftrai of 1. ttritna Oo.t faaa been dieaolved by Joaenh KUiorrr twala th bstiDea. Mr. V. 4JriBia baietablrhe4 a inflat bteie-a- at No. 40 Mi pot tor tract. C.GRIMM. w rK HAVK IT Pure Genoese tiilver lewelrv eOawethiBK aobbjr and of exqui site oeticae. call and at-, at e27 cowxk vn FlKEWOBkS ! FIKEWOMS t . - ' rr - ' . ..4 , i Wholesale mad Retail. TE MANUFACTURE OUR OWN rirewotke, which are acknowledged to be THE BEST in THE MARKET, t T Aadaae prepared to fnraiah tlie m WHOLESALE AAD RETAIL, .On the .V let. far era We taraM. f - FOR LAKE SUPERIOR. 6E15B rilASltr IICFISI05 10 UKK'SCrEKIOK.' rflHE NEW,' STAUNCH 1 low Breeeare etaaar A , Lea.nevl.doah'rftOBANO I'LBAMTBE ECCttMiNoa TtHlaDAV 'Jill, Jaaa auk, at o il-ck F. M. For farther pattcnlere epu'j to PETTIT a BoLI.ANI. AgmU. jmtZT.SM ' 1?7 and I J Hirer rt,-t. HAIR DYE, tC. I J barn, Ooldea, Flasea, and Milken, CTJBL8 produced l, the aee ol Prof. Ps IBBirx-sFBIFEBLK CCHCYECX. Oaeaa- olicetloa warranted a rari she M.t etraiicht and stabera hair of eith- H. inUk rinslets or heass massire cnrls. HH beet ued bj the fesbionsbloB of Peris and Londoaarith ike nMat gratifying reealts. Does no injeri So tka kur. rrica by ail, asW and nostpaid, 1 L . Pescnrtise cirrnlars sssllen ltsa Addreea, BslBOgR, BttrTTK 0OClBiisU, S. Bireestrees, Trey, . . ele agents for th Cnited fltBtee. Byl:336 d-tnATA WEIKKCRS 1 1 MnsTACH A MIUT ACHES ' wToer wpoa aha assootaeat face ia t drosathsewtwlTeweeks ky asinx Pr. SVV lO- k Fi a e BKoTA I KA1 IJ II CAPILLAIRE. t tk. saeat wnadarral dlecorery la asodera science, acting ap a the Beard ead Hair SB a aisaeel asiraeaioae manner. It has keen) aasd Br Iha elite wf Paris aad Loa -ea with the aeost latteriaa awuiis, Kassfa of all nareheaers will Be rrislered. and if entire satis faction is ant Ciena ia weary iitetaaeey the ssoney .ti k. ri,wallw MinedMl Price I'l snail, seal ed d en.tr ud. II. llescrintiee cirenlsrs and ttelel. Bailed frea. Addreea BEBOKB. 8HUTTS A CO.. Cbeausts, Re. 286 Birer street. Troy, M. T. Boar agents tor tka United btataa. msyV33C-d trlAW rosncRrri. but tefi.-xdimi kin IKGTON. the world reaowaed Astrol agist Bad SoaiBambalUlJe Ulairsayaat, while ia a clairvoyant state, aWiaeatee the vary feaiaresai tae pwaoa jua in II "V,4 I life Ufc. piotaeeof tae faeare kasbaad aad wife ot the applicant, with date of marriage, ece Bailee, ImSIh srelts M character. Ac This is l o mpo- rttiew, as testrsseaiel witboat nnnlber can a eert. By elattag pi eoe of birth, age, dlf position, color ol ayea aad hair, wad ewelojing llty cents, and stamped envelops) addrveeed to yonrself. yon will reosive the picrnre ky retmra. mall, ugeiner witr Addreasia aanndenea, A DAMB eTBTBTTDI llkJRQTDB, P.O. sVT7, west ITej, n, a, meei-naa-a tHsW SEWING MACHINEST" WHEELEEit .WUS0S1-; Sewlns: Machines J nperlotr Streeet. ' WM. SUMNER A CO. JUST EECEIVED ANOTHER LOT 1 of Bogwood iawetry, astir Vast, Owned 1 nd Leontine CiiaiM at 1 anal I (Ill. T fRT BASDLK TABLE ClUCKY, 1 Nice kit ro74 i Oarrrn aad Steela. I TiaiaC aad Deaart Kaieea, at radoed at-lcpe. aj la) X- . i W aS W.w -1 Barn mUkmanj. i 1k A a I be fU-iti Will , f At I 1 i J. 11. II. I I O.-J. I Ohio. With and All For port l-iyl'-'-W sold TUB JL T I I Ih-at I w Sut Library C0LT7KBTTS n .- ' n (. ;-" (.IT ij ria. - J- i inr,! adei .:;..-: .J .. ;t - mi i k i vw v v a dm ax e a, tsa r r am 11 -J -&F? !?( rKi-.'.-rrl-iL-- ' - . i:v. :' 1;" . j, ... t f T"' Bi-''t ,t ,?-. ' r J--. r- Morning Edition. VOL. xx -no: 151 : TIT URS DAY; JUNE 28, I860. .IT : V r 11 11L ' " ' f--.v-- -v 1 iiiesw hew advertisements STEINWAY & SONS GRAXD AD SQllKEPIAXOS, 4 LARGE AND 'ELEGANT - . iV PObTMItNToo haitd at LOWEST TRIUKS. AI-tpiaao from a namber of oibr first-cl Biakrs. PIANOS FOR RENT. H. KK IIVAKD A KO.S, !2 WarroooMi Pnprlor 6tmt. 0. A. SHEPARD &. CO Are clcalng oat tLli entire toct of FURNITURE, U,B,4TLT BDCK PEICIS, con.l.liDgo Parlor and ( b;uabcr Sets Tetcs-a-Tele, 8ra?, Lounges, Tables, Chairs, Ac Id ihort ererr dt-Wrable Yritr of fahlooMe nade ware. WttiuTii all tho dmirooi ofinr- htDr ( call and emraiaf ilie cod-i, at it will tiw last opportunity o( ettiag oar ctutom taaar wore. The H.ork mut b SnUi witliin tli exi sixty Umjnw Onr store, Va. 11 Water itrvet. will be for b ur aoont Ut Brat day of Jane next. apl':314 Uolden, Clarke & Wilson, VIOLMAU ASD ft ETA lb Booksellers & Stationers, (r.At rueTorvicft,) CLEVELAND, OHIO. PEPOSITOBT Or TBI AMEKICAV BIBLE SOCIETY, SUNDAY SCHOOL, And Tract Societi. aBe TRANSPORTATION. 1806. 18G6. ejt IB TRATSrOKTlTIOX CO ROBTHKKX 'or ohio, ( daring the present eaaon run their wei known and popular Line of l'IRHT CLASH M'lEW STEAMERS Ogdensburgli, Cape Vlocenti Oswego, AXD , CLSVSLAKD, TOLEDO, DETROIT, MIL WAUKEE AND CHICAGO, " Toaohing at Intornedlate Ports. Ooannctinfc at Os;dens!inre:h with the Bailroads to Boston, rortlend, Uowil, Lawrence, aashua, 7 Eeene, Manchester, Concord, Worcester, A : ritchbarnh. Hallows rails, Butland, ' Boxling-toa, ic sc Oaae Vincent with the Railroad lor Hesr Tork. AtOewecowlth a Line of first class Csnsl Boats far Albany, Troy and New York and with ! Bail Bond and Ceaal Line, at all Western Ports. Steamta leave Cleveland for TOLEIHl DAILY; forUETROIT, MILWAFKEI and (IHICAOil, e'er, Tl'ESUA T, THDKS. BAI aad 8ATUUCAY, aad Tri-'Weekly for OBWI'iO, CAPE VINCENT and oeDKKIBUfiwIl. T Thronch Freight snbiect to bnt on Transhipment, i , - I suiji i a. Mrias, w0. 1 1s t iona UocaiFB, Ko. 7 Ktate-st., Boston. Gas A. Ki'er, Og- dens!ar;h, N. T. A. P. nntTH, Caps Via- coat, 2i. . N. J. RolMRB, Petroit N. J, Bows, Chicago. musts. I Honse, N .l . Baaau, 4Pearlea, HX. Cnsatss Allibob, Oswe- Walks., I1atc ft Co., Toietto, Ohio. UiLB, Hilwankee. I FKES II, HH.IS t'O . - C1eelsMd,Ohi. fl. K. HeDOLE, Passenger Agent, CWrlend, mr-.':RlS REFRICERATORS. REFRIGERATORS, &. ELEVEN DIFFERENT SIZES AND pattern, tnclodtDC Schooly's Celebrated Iceberg. JEWET'S PALACE, the America Patent TQtilation applied, otbtaratylce, lor aale cheap lor caflb at oiaau factvrere' pricea. Also Water Coolers ud Water Filters ICE PITCHERS, sites, suitable for store or honse use, and Torrey'n 4 Minute ICE CREAM FREEZERS ! Prom two to twenty qnrxta. Bird Caff, Hon Ftirnitiiiiiiff Oodi, te at tne wdl-kooim Store and Grate Im nm of W. L. UAktVIN, Wrt. W rnMic Sqoar. CleTfland, O. AGRICULTURAL. AITKMIOM ! CAUllKKb V (.AKI NKRS. The BEST aad CUKAPKST PUlWd ia this market are those mnoafactnred ky louDglove, Mscy k Co. For aale ia great variety at CLETELAKD AGB1CTLTURAL WOBK8. mer.11:We Ao. a;Uatre street. II LT1VAT0KS ASD SI10VSL PLOWS trtivde in the tf at manner, and with STKKL TKCTH, of the mtt approTed form. Manafactnred and for at by TooBgloTe Manse A Co., war8t:gg go. 39 Centre gtreet' FllAV UWIlltl fiARBK ROLLERS. One of theac jilurle Implm-t,te nonld be order, and by ici ai.a. end . Proprietors of the 'easft . jaaUtaral Warka. mar31 PHS BKST TaWTSkl H1CH1SR, UOBSE BAKES. MAY POKES, and ail other eVgrscnlMral .Iaaleaaent( as made at Ik. atr:U:i . Ontar etr OPTICAL. JS. P EKLBT, U. rrtisbla OptWaa, Mil e eoBtrnaaaae svwcntveraal satrnfaetsow fa tk practice of hie prefesaion, ko. h BaperSos vtree luhaaoa Bonne BaihdiBLg. a -e4 an. It ia to the adrantaga of all, when sodell saxe a si net ah ttaaA of sight ht ooaeaswed. t aesl with one f acknowWdged skill, who JJSlSlAi"r!AlJ!,Jrt',t -C'i.lS.Tl --"e -- '" , RICEIVle DAUI r-Tke latfU trW rt ere'tTi and TMrneetle, and Barrii' Tmvyf im-rf, imported Clothi and Doe- tte Hfletrt mmnntOl rt rrri'ar max- - pf-, to oe naa m n. A Jtrt'B, - ama. aTeAagN aXrK SU-St. DAILY LEADER THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 188. ksT For E coins Edition Iew see initide. taf For Morning Edition JS twi (W OOtsildC. S. IvL FETTKHttiLi. A Co., Newefpr Ad vrt.6inff AccncT, 37 Park Row. New York, and T State rttretit, BrBton, Bra sgeDt for tbe Lijldsr in those cities, ftjin axe aeou for all the aewspapera in the I'm ted Bt&tcs t,nd Canadaa. They are anthoriaed to tuk tdTArtiscmenU at the eame rates that we charge at this effle. THE NEWS. d id cloaid last niglit at lSSQIoni.. T!ir Atlantic Cable is flnished, and lbs Great Eastern letves Sbeeroras June 311 th. . Pollard of the Richmond Examiner was arrested yesterday for posting one Jamee. Maximiliaa has resorted to d'ating to raise so' diers. lie but ordered a draft to be made In Pue blo and Uoerto- The growing cotton crop i estimated to averege betweea a fonrlb and a dfth of the crop of 1800. Covert, Ibe mnrJerer of the Boose tamily, hse Wn sentenced to be bung In lebanon on the 21th of August. j Tbe Kepublicin EUle Convention of Kansas will be held at Top -KB, rVptember cth. The Bepubli cn party cf Kansas li a unit in support of ibe policy of Congress. A severe tornado passed over tbe viltsgo of Oil Springs, Csntda, Tuesday night. A large hotel just built, was blowa down, and during the tor- ado a boiler bursted killing one man and severe ly injuring others. An accidvnt happened t? a train of cars ob the Miisi'iippi Central railroal near Grenada, Mia Tuesday, t-y wfatch a brakemsa wai kired and t'iree persons hurt. A State electioB has just taken place in Texas, nd the returns indicate that tbe Union vote Is 'arger than anticipated probab'y one-third of tbo whole vote cast. ..... , .- - ' The budgst of the Canadian 1 Inane, Minister shows thtt tbe expenditures for the past year amouu,d to S12,l'Sl,iK0, inclnding ail charges In cur rt roa account ol the l enian raids. ? nese lat ter w?re ? I,liinoo. A prcioeition has teen started to present . Win. Lloyd Garrison, tbe life-long an tMlavery advocate. with fc'io.Oiio as a testimonial of the appreciation ol hie past services. The steamer Java arrived at Kew York yester- diy with European dates to tbe lth inst. Tbs aclioa of the UnitM State, government in inter fering to prevent the Fenian raids meets with loarty approval in England. Th i Ijondon Times says better things of as tbso it was ever known to hsve said before. Actual hoetilitiea in Germany have not commenced, though there was an uncon firmed rumor of aa eugagtment. More Fersonalities from the Herald. The Herald, at ita wits and for argn- ment, has fled for its peculiar stronghold personal abuse and slander. An adept at llinging mud, it has always found its last report n libel. In its yesterday evening's issue, having exhausted its virtuous en deavor to abstain from personalities, it comes up to its work of defending Ppald- ng by a slanderous attack upon the friends of Jlr. Parsons, The charges of the Herald can very peedily be disposed of. IVe have only to say that they are false from beginning to end. The allegation that the Democ ratic leaders are at work for Mr. Parsons is absurdlv untrue. It is very easy for a man to divert attention from his own wrong-doings by charging tho same sin pon others, and wo suspect that it is for this reason that the Berald ia raising suth hue-and-cry over what it knows to be an utterly groundless accusation. But even if the charges of the Herald were true, they come with very bad grace from the friends of Mr. Spalding. '"Were we disposed to follow the example of the Herald, and make the present canvass one of bitter personalities, we could very easily point out the' way in which the leading friends of Sir. Spalding have received their entire promotion and influence by Democratic help. e could recall tbe history of Mr. Spalding's chief manager and supporter. AVe could point out how is last election to the Mayoralty an lection which, by giving him a sort of ndorscmenl, has placed in bis hands the nfluence which he is now wielding in be half of Judge S. was achieved by the aid of Democratic votes, in the City Council, against the vote of two-thirds of the Union party. But W6 have no dispos ition to go into the details of these per- onol matters. We shall endeavor to give the Herald a monopoly of this style of weapon and to confine ourselves to a dig nified and manly discussion of the politi cal aspects of the contest. The New Sporting Journal. The New York Clipper has A western rival. The Cleveland Hertid has entered the lifts as a sporting paper, and in an article, yesterday, on the Congressional anvass, it discusses the sporting aspect of the question in the following dignified and manly way : Every bet in favor of Judge Spalding vinz elds of two to three to the Parsons de oulv increases the elfort of those who seek the defeat of Judge 8paldinfr. If our frieuds will bet, however, they sbouli see the njonev is 'up'." Such talk as this needs no comment. The flippancy with which it degrades the ongressional contest .to tho level of a orso-race, and talks about the sacred ex ercise of the suffrages of freemen in the ang of the cockpit, is only equalled by the insinuation of the last sentence that the betters for Parsons are dishonorable bile those for Spalding are immaculate. Both are alike unworthy the attention of paper mindful of tbe decencies of politi cal journalism. We turn the Herald and its betting friends over to the Attention of the New York Clipper and the Spirit o fA Titnes. , ' " '- Taxable Property In Buffalo. appears that the valuation of real property. in the city of Bull lo, for the year 1866, amounts to $25,808,510, and of personal property, $7,730,03 aggregate, $33,598, 240. In 1805 the valuation of real prop erty was $25,491,901. and of personal prop erty, $6,517,510; amounting in the aggre gate to $32,009,410. From these figures it will be noticed that there has been an in crease of a million and a half of dollars in the aggregate valuation of tbe real and personal properly since 1865. . 9 We are happy to team ey A special dispatch J receive 1 yesterday morning from Msadtaie, which will be found in our af ternoon telegraph, that Judge Pettis has car kd Crawford county for the nomination to Congress,;' This does not of course settle the matter, as there are four counties in the Congressional dis trict, each of whom-bas pAndidaU -in the field. As Crawford county is the largest county in the District, ' and as Te- naago had the last representative, Mr -u'v,, ' i lair to presume, however, that JuAze Pettis stands the best chance for Ltbe nomination. ' He will be an active and faithful representative, and the Oil District could send no better man than he to represent it in" Congress: ' " THE TORNADO AT BUFFALO. Most Terrific Storm Ever Known in Most Terrific Storm Ever Known in that Vicinity-Loss of Life and Limb —Destruction of Property—Houses Unroofed—Trees Uprooted, etc [From the Buffalo Express, 27.] A tornado of tbe wildcat sort burst upon this vity yesterday afternoon about four o'clock. Hitherto we nave had liule knowledge of that peculiar description of savage zephyr, except what we have de rived from the thrilling stories in western papers. Famous as the town we inhabit is i'or its sometimes disreputable, and now ana laen rioteus, lake breezes, it nas been singularly free, notwubstaudioK, trom ex periences of the raging elemental fury wnicn constitutes a tornado. Up to throe o'clock the day had been one of cloudless sunshine and blazing beat. A little after that hour the sky te can to darken, the Atmosphere to K'ool and a storm blackness lathering in tie western horizan began rapidly to over spread the heavens. . About four o'clock, tho burst of tbo storm came,, not precip- tately, but Alter A premonitory light snower, which drove most people wiuiin doors before tbe rushing deluge and roar ing hurricane overtook them. At the end of five minutes, however, from the first drop, the clouds were emptying themselves not in globules of water but in cataracts, with masses ol ice in their currents, wnile the wind was twisting tree tops from their trunks, and trunks from their roots, and roofs from houses, and houses from their ioundattons, and the air was filled with living fragments of wreck and havoc, which an instant had sufficed to make all over the citv. - v . The saddest part of tbe story is the fact that at least cne human life has been de stroyed, and that two, perhaps three others are more than likely to be added to the victims ol the raging storm.. ; ., - AT THE FOUNDING HOSPITAL. might have the worstcatas- trophe of the storm what would have been but for an almost miraculous Provi dence occurred at the Sisters of Charity lying-in and Foundling Hospital, on Ed ward street. Almost with tbe nr.-t swoop of the storm, the roof of the wing on the west side of tbe building was crut-ned in. In the room immediately under the roof, which was one of the nurse rooms of tlia Hospital, there were forty ehildren play- ng At tbe tuna, ot ages Irom one year to seven. .Marvellous to say. only inrce werecaught under the ruins which piled the floor at least three feet deep over half its space. Se deeply wore ' two of them buried, that it required much enort to ex tricate them ; but all three were at length rescued, and all found livin-'. though LOSS OF LIFE. The canal boat Buffalo was lying near the foot of Main street, and alwttie of the canal boat Monitor. The gale struck the latter with terrific violence, driving her stern into that of the Buffalo, smashing the ends of both boats. Mrs. Sarah Jane Mallery, of Kirkville, N.Y. employed as cook on the Buffalo, was at the lime lying on the bed in the cabin, having with her her little boy, aged two years and a halt. Tne unfortunate woman was caught be- ween the stern of the Monitor and cabin deck of the Buffalo, and instantly killed. Tbe child was injured. THE U. S. EXPRESS CO'S STABLES. The front section of the stables of He United States Express Companv was prostrated in utter ruin by almost the first stroke of the terrific blast, and buried n its wreck Mr. Thomas T. Could, one of the best known and most popular em ployees of tbe company. At our latest accounts he was insensible and his condi tion very precarious, imt with some hope that his injuries may not be fatal, PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 10. The south-west corner of the roof of Public School House No. 10, was raised ix inches from tbe wails, where it re mained, loosening the masonry, some of which fell into tbe recitation room be neath. One chimney, on the south side, was blown over upon the roof; the scut tle was carried to parts unknown ; the flag-staff was broken and flung into the east yard ; and one tree in front was torn by the roots. HOW TO UNLOAD A BOAT. being loaded with white wood boards, the storm struck her, carried her into the basin, and tbe work of unloading com menced, rsunnio or. irs sometimes ol her elovators and their ability to clear a ves sel of her cargo, but elevators must here after yield the palm. The boards starud like so many feathers in all directions, and soon some fifteen hundred were floating itber and thither in the water, most, of course, beyond recovery. CHIMNEYS suffered frightfully, but fortunately, though great was the fall thereof, nobody was burt, despite tne tact tbat many passed through the roofs of the buildings on ' GLASS NOWHERE. Of course amid the cloud of bricks, tin, hingles and planks flying around, glass suffered severely. Some of the losses in i this line will be very heavy., TREES. The shade trees suffered sadly in the pitiless hurricane, which wrung and wreocbed And twisted mom in us titanic grasp, and our city has lost hundreds ot the very finest of -which - it boasted. Every street is strewn with mangled limbs or blockaded with fallen trunks, bearing dreary testimony to the furious science of tbe tornado that raged through them. - . [From the Buffalo Courier, 27th.] The second fatal casualty was that of a man wno was Killed near tne Rolling Mills at Black Rock. He was standing oa tne tracK,. wnen A car was blown against him and he was instantly killed. A CIRCULATION OF BILLS. One of the first feats of the storm was the blowing in of one of the windows of Burt is & Co. banking office in the Mansion House block, And ths re- of . United tates bonds and State currency to the amount of six hundred dollars, which were swept away on the wings of the eddying blast. The lost bills consisted ot twotiuu l-jn ponds; wo $50, 7-30 bonds, and $300 in State Currency. Of this amount Mr. Cock, a barber in tho same building, recovered $135, and press boy attached to the Cbttner office $10. Judge Spalding's Vote on Executive Power. [From the Summit Journal.] The removals from office of thorough going Bepublieans on account of their a on agreement with the President's policy have of late been so frequent t hat the radical men there who stand in no fear of royal power determined if possible to check H. Mr. Farnsworth offered the following amendment to the Tax BiH r ' - "And be it further enacted. That all as sessors, collectors and revenue Agents provided for by this act, or the several acts to which this act is amendatory, shall b-wjwwjMeaWatUe President -of the United States with' ths advicer and consent of tbe Senate and the advice and consent of the Senate, shall be given -before any such officer . shall be removed from office, unless such removal shall be for malfeasence in office during the recess f Congress.":. e- -..-i '......, w On this Amendment Judge Spalding to' ted in the negative. As the representsv tive of this 16th Congressional District with the President's policy before him em bodied in multiplied tjaerpations of legis lative power, in vetoes upon vetoes, in re moval? front office jriHncrouspanlons of red-handed rebels and their appoint ment to offices of power and influence; in the subjugation of hosts of loyal froedmen and white refugee to the tender mereree of siaTrrrtng Terbeh, in BleyWttempttd excite tbe IrrraVof nWashmgten -against a radical majority in- Congress - with these facts glaring in his face, Judge Spalding . votes anainst an v check 'upon the Presi dent's power. He virtiraHy declares to the crHintrv such is the will of tho radical 18th District ot Ohio.' Is tho radical 18th ready to sanction it? MISCELLANEOUS. Strong, Slate Senate, "sued - the editor of tho Villinmsbu?h Times for libel, and ob tained an appraisement of his character by a jury. They valued it at six cents, A man" fell from tbe" third story of a hotel in Cincinnati while drunk. He smashed a tom-cat flat as a flounder, and is almost' dead himself. Tbe cat saved him from immediate death. ,' ; The Lngansport (Ind,i Journal says: "A young lemale from tbo country, y terrlav' nrmor-xie'l the street under a ntw Celestial At,a gb tilting hoops, bear- mc u..i-iHil, smoking A cob pipe, and carrying behind a new baby.'1 She must have looked the acme of bliss. A letter from Scotland repeats an anec dote told by a pnysicuin who, having or dered A blutor to be - put on patient'i chest, called to inquire what, had beenbe effect. ' Oh," replied the brother of tho invalid, "we have na kist to put the bus ter on, but we put it on A bandbox, and Oeorge is weel eneucb. ; "V ell, well, said the doctor wilh A grin, "that's all right if he's, better."'' : A Paris letter says there is a new bon net on the bonzon. It is made ot one large, full blown rose, which lies fiat on the top of the head, sewed on a scarf of dew-bedropped tulle wbicn is crossed un der the chin; where another small rose peeps forth. The whole is called "cha- peau puff." . A man painting the cornice of a house n Hartford, Conn., a few davs since, fell from the ladder and it was supposed that he was badly hurt. Immediately after the fall, a young man ran to the store to inform the painter of the misfortune that had overtaken his workmen. The "boss" listened to the telling description of the fall, and with the ruling passion still strong in him asked anxiously, "Did he spill the paint'!'' PERSONAL. Report says tbat Belmont made over two millions in gold operations during the last four days. Honorable J. W. Patterson, Senator elect from New Hampshire, will deliver an oration in Portland, Me, on the com ing Fourth of July. It is only a few years since Mr. Magoon published his u Living Orators in Amer ica," in which he assigns a distinctive ap pellation to each of tho then most cele brated orators, the last of them, General Cass, died a short time since. He called Mr. Webster the logician (died 1852); Mr. Kverett tho rhetorician (died 18H5) ; Mr. Clay the politician (died 1852); Mr. Cal houn the metaphysician (died 1850) ; Mr. McDuttie the impetuous (died 1851); Mr. Cass the courteous (died 18i6); Colonel Benton the magisterial (died 1858); Mr. Preston the inspired declaimer(died 1P60); and Mr. Corwin the natural orator (died 1805). A Brace of Lies. The Cleveland JHaindeaUr turns the following brace of lies loose, to howl down tbe wind thiough tho Democratic press of the Stato : 1. We hear that there is much dissatis faction over the proceedings of the Union State Convention. It is claimed that General Wildes was defeated for Secreta ry of Slate by the dexterity of one of tho Secretaries of tho Convention, who was so disturlied by tbe "noise and confusion" as to credit Smith with votts which should have been given to General Wildes. 2. Quite a number of military gentle men at Columbus yesterday declared that they intended to vote for General LeFc vre, the Democratic nominee for Secreta ry of State. We bave every confidence that the gallant ssldicr who heads our col umns will lead it to victory. The "boys in blue" are learning that the so-called Unionists only honor them with tho lip, but strike them down when they have an opportunity of substantially benefiting them." The firet is not only false, but utterly without foundation. Tho first ballot, (in which changes had been made so rapidly that it was found impossible for the Sec retaries to note them.) was set aside by common consent. There was no thought of charging the Secretaries with unfair ness. Part of them were Smith, and part Wildes men, and, we might say, all of them rjentlemen if tho Ptaindealer knew what that means. They had neither tbe inclination nor tbe power to report the re sult unfairly. Tho socond has scarcely substance enough to enable one to lay hold of it. 'Quite a number of military gentlemen" is a very indefinite expression, in view of the tendency of the Democratic mind to decorate "water-melon" heroes with mili tary titles. The Flaindcalcr must be a little more explicit. If it means that any soldier or "military gentleman" who was engaged during the war in fighting armed traitors at the front, and at the same time fought under the banner of the Union p rj ty against Copperhead traitors in the loar, is now likely to fall into the embraces of the party he then fought against, we may siiy to the Plaiiuiealtr mildly but firmly, "You reckon without your host you enu merate your feathered bipeds before tbe process of incubation is complete." C'o lumbus Journal. " Toilet Receptions " are the latest idea in New York fashionable society. Hair dressing has become such an elaborate affair, and occupies so much time, tbat belles now receive their callers while un der the hands of their maids. At present, their intimates only are admitted, but tbe sex is not limited, and gentlemen are also received by Madame in the most charm ing of combing toilets, with tho sweetest of smiles, and tbe prettiest of apologies for the situation. Xev York Sun. " Braina rc Trump-."-Tar pea wrilesoa aseile ike word ran t, and so it will be always. Lot every person about to take a start In life aim first of ail to lit himself for any position fonnnemsy assign him to. For particulars how to get a thor ough easmss erfacoliea, address without fail the well-known eoraol Business College of Oberlin, Ohio. Jnnel Tbe Kouiiiiin Exhibition, to be given at the Cleveland Institute on I he evening of the 2Sth, will be ono of untuanl interest, judging from tbe success which has ever attended the efforts of each society. The exercises on this oecasiOB will consist of pieces selected with more than ordinary care Dialogues, Bccitstious, and Masic a varie for the entertainment of all. The proceeds are to be donated to th? First Congregational Church, University Heights. Tickets to ba had of Ingham A Bragg and HolJen, Carke A Wilson. je'-7Ufc:7 Wnritetf Business men of mature age, abili. ty, extensive exprU-nee, capable of assuming first class business relaticns, for a u-rm cf ytars. Bef crtaiees required. Apply personally to W. AH BB1PGE, tfo. ti Fnblic Souare, - levslsnd, 0. je3:3SS '-"' . Steel BManaipa mad SteneU Brsnsrta, of every description and style, maaBfactured at 190 Ontario, Harlbnt's Block, Bear Buildings. may&BIA ; - - A. Sf. PIPEB. Hair SreanlDaj Without a Particle of Urease. Glycsbia dresses the Hair beantl. folly, eommnnioatee n delicious cooling sensation to trie scalp, assansee it from dandruff, relieves heartache, and is absolutely free from all grease, so aa not to soil the finest fabric . .. ... .. . CASWELL, MACK A CO., 1 j. Sole Manufacturers, Hew Fork. Sold by . Druggists. dec27:B10 : - Pat est and Sweetest ' COD' LI FEB IC ia T WOWLD, i ' SAirfJKriUi no, . nnsa sttccTcn Brer en the sua coast.- Tbia ofl is characterized by 1 purity ' anil sweetness peculiar to It aone. Its reputation s so great tbat t takes the lead of all other oils, and is preeeribed by physl -"claua. Bemamber to ask lor ' ' : :HasaAv k Caswul's Con L-rvn On.. -: ) j ', :.:,;' T CASWELL, HACK A CO., I . . 3 'j 8oJa ttaaafactarars, Hess Tork. Sold by all Druggists. decZ7:B10 Wanted Experienced Business Men compe tent to act as Salesmen and General Agents and conduct business o Trespondence. Apply parson ally to B. U. CUBBAN, 25 Monnment Sqnare, Cleveland, O. jr2S:3'i6 The LarKesjt.jsud Brat assortment of Gents' White and -jUrowu Duck, aud Linen Coats. Pants and Vests, can be fonnd at rtlB'JHlLD'e', lOu HelTman Block, east side Public r'ouare. June22:332 Ejrrpllan C'alla As a Perfume Is iocora- psrebly beyond anything tbat can be fuund iu market. Tsllxam A Collins, 6ole proprietors. Sold by all DrnsglstS and Peelers in Toilet articles. STRONG A ARMSTRONG, BENTOil, MTERS A CANFIELD, june25:!14 : Wholesale Agents. Salt Bhenm and all diseases of the blood can be cured. Moy Ibwoseod-t have been cured by tbe use of Boback's Bljod Purifier and Sugar Coated Blood Pills. Thousands ot 1-Iters besting witness to this fact are in Ibe hands of Dr. Bo back. The Pnrider is the best alterative known to science, combining, as it doee, the syrups of Stsltingia with Iodide of Potassium, which every physician of education knows to be the surest remedies. The Pills, in conjuactiou with the Pn rifier, the to health never to and strength. J Fenian Torpedoca A large, heavy, black trans, strongly ironed, was expressed recently to Columbus, looked ominous enough to have con tained explosires for Fenian warfare, was only a messenger of consolation to the afflicted, one of many now flying to the relief of the tortured in every section or tbe Stale, being filled with Wol cott's Instant Pain Annihilator, which annihil ates Nervous Toothache, Krrvous Headache and Neuralgia In three minutes, a:rd cures Catarrh in twelve weeks. See terms of guarantee wrapped with each bottle. Junell 8ceI Bucfcvi bent. 40 bnshels just re- ceivtd and fjr sale at 7 Mcrwin street. je26 3U6 RANSOM A MIXH1NCH. Speclnl Can t loll. MRS. WINSLOW S SOOTHING SYBUP has become so popular that various psrties have put out articles calling them Mrs. VYioslow's. Please take notice that the Mrs. Winslow of the Soothing Syrnp is not connected with any other article. Jun-. 2:344 Famry Cabinet and Wooden Toilet Articles, of the most tasty style, manufactured at 195 Ontario street, Hartbute Block, Bear Buildings. A. N. PIPEB, may8:B15 Mechauical Jobber. New Laundry for Fine Hashing sud Ironing of Gentlemen Linen. Messrs. MACKENZIE A PARSONS respectfully announce to the gentlemen of C'eveland that their new Laundry for doing fine Washing and Ironing is now in operation, and they are prepared to re ceive orders at their store. No. 14 Monnment Square, for doing up gentlemen's linen in the be.t and moat neat style. Junell:U13 I&hleinnn'N Patent Nock Tie Holder. TLil cooreuient article, for tbe gotU'iuin1! wardrobe is uow recei-e-I, and for lale by us. It simple lhsbor-savtog coutrivaticu by which ereral different ties caj bo made. Gentl-'ORQ are infited to call and examine. MACKENZIE A PARSONS, JaneU:Ill3 14 Monument Square. Klnnu'M Family Ointment. A Sovereign Remt-dy. Thin Ointment ii truly a Family Reme dy. It contains no poisonous or mineral substance wbaU'Ter; therefore it maybe nat-d inallcaae with perfect na ety. It has no equal for O but mute Ulcers, unisons, aunts, rcaian, uots, iu is a eons Emptions, Bruises, Sore Nipples, Sore Breast, Piles, Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands, Ac. Every kindofsore containing the leartt particle of in flammation, is permanently cured bj this great remedy. Put up in glass bottles, and avid at 25 cents per bottle. 0nT The remedies mo longer stand among tboae of doubtful utility. They have passed from tbe tide of experiment, and now stand higher in reputation, and are more extensively used than all other articles of the kind. Camioi. To protect ourselves and the pnblio from being im potted upon by worthless imitations, the genuine will bear the vc ntiile signature of the Proprietors on the wrapper, and Walker A Taylor, Proprietors, Chicago. 111., blown ia tbe bottle. For sale by Druggists and Merchants everywhere. a, u-uuld WALKER A TAYLOR, Sole Proprietors, Chicago, Illinois. fctHONQ A ARMSTRONG, aplll: EH W hr ksale Agents. Eqn -table Life Awnrance Society, of the United 8 tates, tf2 Broadway, New York. Cash Accamalatioa, $2,000,000.00 ; Annual Cash Income, 1 1,000.000.00 p u rely mutual. An nual Cash Bmdends. This Society have de termined to declartj their dividt-nds A5nrAi.LT a cat h. The next dividend ill be declared Feb ruary 1st, 18ti7. It ia believed that no company in this country will be able to present greater ad vantages in its dividends to persons assuring than this Society, as its total expenliture to iacome was less than that of any of tbe older American Companies, and its n w business for tbe past year (;513,t.:i3,00O) exceeds the new bnsineas of any New York Company in any prvions year. This Socie ty has met with but one lues in this city Mr. i'hillip I. Price, who was insured three years since for l.OOO- His heirs received the amount if his policy (8oA0Hi),i.nfla divilr-nl to the amount of t73 lu-iN) in earth, within ten days after proofs r delivered to tne agents. Proposals for iBBsnoceor for agencies apply to TflATERS A MtTNSON, General ag-m.., Kcs. 1 and 2 Park Building, may 4 Cleveland, Ciiio. ITlie American Cooking Stove Is man ufactured with certain Improvements secured by letters tattnt, under date of May 5, Jh4i3t and De cember 5. !Sb5. One f tbeM improvements c -ver the arrangement of fitting a portable ah pan in the hearth of a Cooking Stove, to receive lbs ashes as it pase down from the grate. Alt persons are cautioned against manufacturing, vending or using other Stoves made In imitation of th Amebic., 4 suits bave been commenced for infringement of these patents, and all persons manurac luring, sel ling er Ueting taid imitations, will be liable for damages for infringement on these fetters patent. b. SHEAR, PACKARD A CO , 17 and 19 OrM n-st , Albany, N. Y. The Ameiicas is for sale by J.M.BAILEY A CO., pjane9.372-?.o.d Cleveland, Ohio. FJe Pare Ht'mterjto Prevent Cholera, It has been fully ascertained, says tbe report of French Commission, both at Paris aud else where, That rata water ! a prophylactic, (or preventive,) of Cholera, and tbat the disease has never proved aa epidemic in any city where pure water is exclusively need." Tbe celebrated Kedsie Water Filter removes from rain or hydrant water all organic matters, color, taste er emeU. For sale by ap26.334-od W. P. FOGG. Kotb and Freckles. Ladies afflicted with Dlscolorations on tbe Face, called mot hpat cl.es or freckles, should use PERRY'S Celebrated MOTH and FRECKLE LOTION. AIt is infallible. Pre pared by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, 43 Bond street, N. Y. Sold by all druggists in Cleve- Uad, and elsewhere. Price Si. may 17-340 Prof. II. Anderson's Dermador is a Li quid for External Application. A valuable Chm kal Combination, discovered by a celebrated Chemist. Warranted to cure Inflammation in all cases of Wounds, Braises, Sprains, Inflammatory RDfnUtnatism, Bronchitis, Swelling of tbe Glands, Imlammation of the Eyes, Broken Breasts, Frozen Feet, Clulblains, Piles, Pimples on the face, Bee Stings, and all Sores the numau neh is heir to. Oa Horses and Cattle it canaot be excelled for the core of Gaila, Calks. Sprains, Wounds, and all harts o animals. It sever fails to cure If used aa direetetl. D. RANSOM CO., Proprietors. SrR0N4 A ARMSTRONG, and BEN TON MYERS A CANFIELD, Agents, Cleveland. Stay 10: lt14 1TAW Cholera! Cholera! ! It is coming! All should be prepared to ward It off, not only by the a (option of proper sanitary mesne, but by having st band some effectual remedy for ready use when tie dreaded diaease appears. It is the opinion of eminent physicians that most cases of Cholera can be resdily cured if a proper remedy is used early. Snch s remedy we now offer to the public is tbe article of Dr. J. R. Miller's Universe.. Magnetic Balm, with toe fullest confidence Is its remedial aualities as s Preventive and Cure for Cholera, It bas bee thoroughly tested, ant. we speak advised y when we commend it to the public aa the best known remedy for Cholera sad Bowel Complaints. D. BANSOM, A Co.. Proprietors. STRONG A ARMSTRONG, and BENTON. MYERS A CANFIELD, Ag-nts, Cleveland. . aylO:.BH-ITW Exejnfolte Tooth and Month-Wash. EAfc AliOMATIO.UK is s preparation of aromatic gums gsd balsama, which cummunicatav a delicious tani-i the month, a sweetness to tbe tore-fa til, a hajHftiv.ss to the gums, and curs tooth -ache asdr s seusitiva eosditios of thetbthand gums. - PreprM solAy' by Caswell, Mack A Co., Wew Y?rk, and sold by ail Druggists. decLT.RiO LATEST NEWS BT THE WrSTEKJ, IMOX LIKE. LAST NiGHTS DI3PATCBE8. LATER SEWS FROM EUROPE Fenian-Canadian Raids In Ens land. Action of the United States Govern ment Approved. Praise from an Unexpected Source- THE CEUMX TROUBLES. Prussian Declaration of War. A Battle Reported But Not Confirmed PROCRESS OF AFFAIRS. The Atlantic Cable Completed The Great Eastern Starts Jane 30th, HOME NEWS. Proposed $50,000 Testimonial to Win. Lloyd Garrison. Large Union Vote Foiled in Texas. Cotton Crop of South 1-4 as Much as in 1860. Arrest of Pollard, a Richmond Editor. Ac, Ac, 4c. Gold Closed Last Night at 156 1-8. Assoclf.ted Press Report. Foreign News. Arrival of the Java Sam mar y. " Nb.it York, June 27th. steamship Jars, from Liverpool l5tb, via C.ueenstowu 17th, arrive, this evening. The federal D;et having on the 14th, bj vote of 'J to 6, agreed to the Austrian pro posal for the niobilustion of the federal army, Prussia, agreeably to notice, carried out her threat tocoueiderit aaan act of hos tility, aud on the following day commenced war by Bending troops into Saxony and Hanover. It was also remored, but not con firmed, that tbe Austrian troops in Saxony move to attack the Prussians. The Emperor of Austria, in a speech to the Vienna Common Council, said nothing remained but the sword. After the action by tbe federal Diet,the Prussian representa tive protested against it aa unconstitutional, and said Prussia considered the confeder ation dissolved and withdrew from the Diet. The Austrian representative moved, and the Diet resolved, that the confederation was indissoluble. Great commotion and finan cial depression exists throughout Germany. Baron Ricorsali is forming a new Italian ministry. La Maromora goes to camp with the King as minister without a portfolio. Dispatches from other places unimpor tant. The Atlantic cable :s finished. The Great Eastern leavoa Sheerness Juno alOth. The La France believes the rumors of the intended abdication of Maximilian un founded. Gekat Britiak, June Tho action of the American govern"uent towards the Fenians in the United States gives general satisfaction. The London Times eulogizes the Washington government, and says it would be im possible to exaggerate the good faith, friendliness, sincerity, and regard for the mutual obligations which have prompt ed these energetic measures. The Ameri can government has acted in a manner which even exceeds anything that could reasonably have been expected from the most friendly nation. The article express es gratification that such distinguished officers as Generals Grant and Meade should have been sent to the scene, and says theee energetic acts of genuine friendship will be long and cordially remembered. The Fenians are almost entitled to thanks for having given the Americans an occasion fur displaying friendliness and good feel ing. At th closing of this dispatch there is no news of any collision having occurred in Germany. A Prague telegram of the loth says the Prussians occupy Labana and Zeittau, and menace Schkendilz and Azeity. The railway between Pieraa and Dresden a.o been destroyed. . Passenger and postal communication be tween Prussia and Saxony is stopped. The Crown Princess of Saxony proceeds to Vienna. A Frankfort dispatch says Prince Charles of Bavaria will be appointed commander-in-chief of the federal army. It was asserted at Paris that the proceed ings of tho Federal Diet had determined several of the powers who signed the treaty of Vienna of IS Id to declare that in their opinion articles 54 and C'S of that treaty, which form part of the Euroiean interna-' tional law, have been violated. The Auatrians had interrupted all lines of communication on their side of tbe Po and Mincio. LivBitPooL, June 17. The Federal war veesels Augasta, Minantowah and Ashulet arrived at Queenstown on the evening of the 16th. The entry of the Prussians into Saxony fully confirmed, Prussia having previous ly declared war. The entry of the Austrian is hourly expected. The Parts Presse publishes a report that the first engagement took place near Leip zic on the ltitb, but the rumor is uncon firmed. The Diet held an extraordinary meeting on the 16th to decide on the motion by Sax ony that Austria and Bavaria be requested to adopt such measures aa were made ne cessary by tbe Prussian invasion. Prussia has issued a declaration to the Great Powers, justifying the invasion on the ground that tbe decision of the Diet on the 14th broke up the confederation, and that the law of self-preservation had compelled Prussia to secure herself against neighbor ing States in open or concealed hostility. She had previously offered a conditional alliance, which was rejected. Livkbpool, June 16. Cotton sales to day were 7,00 bales, including 1,000 bales to speculators and exporter. Market quiet and unchanged, and quotations rather easier. Breadstuff. market is firm with an up ward tendency. Provision market steady. Lonooir, June 16. Consols closed at 8frJ for money. American Stocks. TJ. S. 5-20's 6465; Illinols Central 745: Erie 40. Provisions. Meusrs. Bigland, Athyae k Co., and W. Gardiner it Co., report aa fol lows : Beef firmer, with more doing. Pork is in better request at 2s 6L Bacon steady. Lard inactive and nominal. Cheese steady and demands fall pricea. ; Tallow a shade dearer. Sugar quiet but steady. Coifee dulL Petroleum quiet bnt steady; refined Is llidf2s; spirits lOdtla. General News. Texas Election. GiivrsToa, Jane 26. The Union vote ia larger than anticipated. It will probably be one-third of the whole Tote caat when the western and central counties are heard from. Travia county, the Beat of the gov ernment, excepting two precincts to hear from, gives Throckmorton 4(Mi, Pierce 326, for Representative, Hancock, Conservative, 275, And Gray, Union, 211. The donserva tive vote was solid for the amendments. while the Union vote is Against them. Texas Election. Expenditures of the Canadian Government. wrassseaa. Orrawa, C. W , June 27. The Finance Minister brought down the budget last night The expenditures for the past yer amount to 112, vv,vv9, ot wnica s.7u,uu was applied to the reduction of the public debt. The expenditures include ail the charges incurred on account of Fenian raiila. The Customs have realized ewer a million of dollars in excess ef the prenots year, rrom imports aaexeeas of so.(X; from exports an excess of SM.MO, wlfcle tne ira.io ot the province has increased $18,000,000. The expense incurred in con sequence of the Fenian raids is S1.11O.0OO. Tbe Finanee Minister alluded to the effec tual manner ia which the United States Government bad dealt with the Fenians, but saidithat tbe Feniaa snake was scotched but not killed. - -The duly of the Pmvinoe was to be position more effectually te repel aureaaora. consequently instead of $ju,0l heretofore aexea lor military purposes, only $13,000 was placed in the estimate. In conse quence of the Abrogation of the Reciprocity ireaty it Decs me imperative to arrange me c us is ma me esumatstl tailing off in revenue is tl.tfoil.ow. T supply the dea ciency tho following is propoeed. To raise lue uuty on spirits irom .oe to sec per gal lon; to raise the custom duty on whisky and brandy to the specific standard of 70c s gallon,- to levy a duty on Indian com and coarse grain from the States of 1 Oc a bushel: en Hour coming from tho States iiOc a barrel; to anoi sa toe free p.ris of baspe ana dibii ot. aiane: to raise tne autv on tea font 7 to I24o per pound ; to im pose an export duty on saw logs of tbe per standard log; to change the method of levying duty, which will hereafter be levied on the accumulated charges at the port of saipmeui ; to reauce tne amies on sugar to the .ngli&h standard, viz: refined sugar S3 per 100 pounds, white $2.30, vellow Musco vado and brown clayed $2.2o, and other sugars 1 75 ; to make the duty on cane juice $1.50 per gallon, and molasses 41.00 per gallon : to impose a dnty of 25c per gal ion un wine containing twenty-aix deerees of proof spirits ; on wine in bottle except sparkling wine twelve cents per doxen, and on genuine sparkling wine six cents per dozen. Ihedutyon conee is reduced and mere is a general reduction ot the du ties ' on manufactured goods of about 5 per cent. These chsnges go into effect at once, tm tne more strictly financial question, Mr. bait announced that the gov ernment had to provide for over five mil lions ot dollars, to raise which, they pro posed, instead of going to England, to issue legal-tender notes to that extent. From New York. West India News. Xrw York, June 27. The steamer Moro Castle brings Havana dates of the 23d inst. The report of tho success of the revolu tion in St. Domingo and the flight of Baez to St. Thomas is confirmed. Mercantile affairs in Jamaica are suffer- ng on account of the impending war in Europe and failures in England. iwelve Dissedenta, under Sena, bad been repulsed and dispersed from F res in I lo, Mexico. The same troops had also been routed by a French column from Durango. Eitafee savs the fate of the empire de pend upon the success of the Departments of War and Treasury in establishing a national army, but whilst the empire has neither money nor men its situation is pre- csncus. In Mexico, Pueblo and Querto the Em peror had ordered a draft. L)oa Salvador, Marquis de Atari no. aiea n Havana on the 22d. . A XXXIXth Congress. WASHINGTON, June 27. HOUSE. Mr. MORRILL said that the general pur pose of the Committee of Ways and Means had been to follow the votes of the House on all questions debated and acted on by the House, ibe most important amendment was in regard to cotton. 1 ne noose, oy a very large and decisive vote, had put the tax at s cents per pound, ana tne eenate had reduced it to two cents. He for one much preferred to bave the tax five cents, and at all events it should be nothing less than three cents. He believed that it would nilict no injury on the peepla of the South, but that they would be earnestly in favor of it. The reduction of the tax from five to tw i cents would make a sad hole in the rev enues of the government. Mr. RAYMOND enquired what would be the probable amount of diminution in the revenue if the tax were reduced to two cents? Mr. MORRILL gave the estimate at 127,- 000.000. UMr. RAYMOND enquired further what no diminution wouia oe wua me tax at three cents? Mr. MORRILL estimated it at 118.000,000, He went on to speak about the tobacco amendment, end declared as ms opinion that a tax of twenty cents per pound was little enough. Iu reeard to the amendment allowing gas companies to add tax to the price of gas where sucn price is nxea oy law, ne thought a refusal to concur in it would be a species of hardships and tyranny which the House would not n xe to oe responsiDie for. Mr. GRISWOLD expressed his concur rence with the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means on the question of the tax on cotton. When tne suDject was nnaer discussion before in the House, he had stated that at tweaty-nve coute a pound American cotton would be used in England in preference to the cotton of other coun tries. The gentleman from Massschusets (Hooper) had demurred to that statement. He now gave as his authority for it the nien.berot Parliament from Carlisle, a large Manchester cotton spinner, and the -Lon don Chronicle of April 7th, 18ft. Sir. ilOOi'tK, of Massachusetts tnougnt the sources of information rather suspic ious, as that great cotton spinner might be interested in the growth of cotton in India, and would in that case prefer to have Amer ican cotton taxed five cents a pound. Mr. GKISW0LI expressed his belief that England would gladly consume three millions ot bales of American cotton at a price not less than 25 cents a pound. No branch of industry could to well contribute to the national revenue. Mr. KASSON thought be (Griswold) Aad entirely overlooked two things; that the accumulation in England had been ex hausted dunqg the war , and consequently there was an extra demand at the first op portunity, and that the tax would have to be borne entirely by the people of this country. Under this tax and with a draw back on mnnufaoturf d gcodi exported, theee goods would be sold cheaper abroad than at home, i no pronts oi tne maniuactarer would come not from the foreign, but the domestic consumer. He was informed that at the present cost of labor cotton could not be produced at less than 15 or 1G cents per pound, and a tax of 5 cents on that would be equal to 33 H per cent. Mr. STEVENS said thtt rny man who had atuded tbe history of the soils, climate and productions must know that America ean Tjroduce cotton at less than half the cost of its production in other countries. If the cost ot producing it minis oountry w. 0 cent a pound, it wouia d. bus uougu. L lur ii hvA rent, a do and would not. therefore, stop the sale of a single pound of it neither would a tax of ten cents. If Con gress hsd been wise enough to adopt the Cofissiiuiiouai BlltOll UNiril, uc uw. pivwn. lo levy an export duty of ten cents a pound it would have produced a revenue of from two to three million dollars, and thus the country would have got some little pecuni ary compensation from those who had been the cause of this migh'.y debt of the nation, but as this was not done Congress should levy the tax of five cents. Mr. BANES advocated the tax of five cents on cotton as one of the means of de riving a revenue to pay the debts of the Government. Before the cotton even of the country could be largely increased it would be necessary for the Government to extend its aid ia repairing the levees on the Mississippi, in relieving the planters of the Southern States from their proportion of the taxes for a time at least, and in sustaining and supporting the people engaged in agricultural pursuits. He believed that the quantity of cotton produced would be doubled or trebled and that it would be sold for half its former price. He believed it could be raised lor two aad a half eenss war pound when the tanner Slavs leooene tne owner and planter of one, two or five acres. Heretofore cotton Aaa been raised in ou five Slates. He believed it could be grown, mere or less profitably in twenty Slates. Tha debate cloeed bv the previous ques tion and tbe House proceeded to vote. The WEEKLY LEADER D i Baajea'suvosnAinssw. alA sua ; recrLCA!cocB,, tmm I AND iWIsHTino INTILLIOUOa AVID VALCABL1 BIADlMO Brsarsaia st vis ctmusD iiasw fjoxrur. rrfCati JO. 1st BlirftaUUat sTTSt.l"" ..TIBJM OT TIU VZXUX K. . Oa sar (M Issaas) ,,,, fj) 00 To tk(sttar uof sOlabof tsa, w. will seaa soey wf ta. A BBBtr Leasae, gratia; of twenty, a sopv ef th. Trl-Wasaly of thirty aad wward, e epy " Daily. t , rrt,rvvtAJV) ifJAPgR COMFAWT. yeas and nays were called on tbe latter motion and resulted in yeae 84, nays 45, so the motion ta reconsider waa laid on the table. Tbo next amendment was to insert a pro vision authorizing all gas companies whose prices tor gas is fixed by law to add in the lax. The-yeaa.-iand nay. wevs called fo and refused and the vole was taken by tBtHjr.saassiturg iawaV Ba,e-aBwaaosd-ment waaeenenrred in.- , - r The next amendment rncreasinr the tax on ready made clothingfrom 1 to 5 per cent, na aoa-CDDcurrvd. lot Alse theatoaed meeft en tbe same subject making; the ex emption apply to those whose annual pro ducts do not exceed 12,000. , ..... The next amendment, imposing a tax of 5 per cent, per pound on shoddy wool nsn ataetured from woven eloth was non-concurred in- , , j The amendment reducing the tax on smoking tobacco from 20 to 15 cants per pouna was concurrea in. The asaendBieat in relation to cigar was non-concurred in. The next amendment was ' that author izing railroad companies to add the tax to their rates of fare. The amendment was noncoocnrred ia. The amendment as to the income tax waa non-concurred in." - The amendment taxing state bank circu lation 10 per cent, after the first of August next was non-concurred in. The amendments as te oil dressed were non-concurred in. ' ' The amendment allowing a po thee arise to sell wines aaa. spirit ia nhysician's pre scriptions without paying lice&se aa retail dealers was non-concurred in. . Tbe amendment requirinr the inspectors of internal revenue io divest, themselves within 60 days of sny interest they may have in the manufacture of tobacco, whisky. Ac, wsa non-concurred in. This disposed of all amendments. . . -v. - Tbe House voted to ins'st on its disagree ment with the Senate, and asked for a Com mittee of Conference. At half-past fuur the House adjourned. SENATE. Mr. ANTHONY introduced a bill to estab lish certain ocean post routes between the United otatee and furope and to regulate the transportation of mails thereon and re duce the expense thereof, which was re ferred lo the Committee on PostosSces and Post Routes. r - Mr. WADE, from the Committee on the District of Columbia, reported a bill lo repeal the act te retrocede the county of Alexandria lo the State of Virginia. Tae object of the bill ia to make Alexandria a part of the District of Columbia. Messrs. Sherman, Wilson and Yates were appointed a Committee of Conference on the pert of the Senate on the army appro priation bill. Mr. Sherman called no a bill to aid ia the construction of telegraph lines and to secure to the Government tbe use of tka same for postal, military and other purposes. Atr. tirilMta moved to amend tbe 1st section by striking out the words "That the National Telegraph Corporation, organ ized under the law of the State of New York April 18, 1866, shall have tbe right, Ac," and insert in place thereof " Thai any Telegraph Company now organized or au thorized to be organized under tbe laws of any State of this Union shall have the right. A. Mr. SHERMAN spoke in opposition to the proposed amendment. ' Mr. BROWN, in the course of some re marks alluding te tha recent report of the Postmaster Genera Ion the subject of tale- graphing, said that in his report the Post master uenerai naa snown nimseir utterly incompetent for the position he holds. Hie report was made in great part of communi cations from persons interested in the great moaopiy tnat now controls tne telegraph ing oi' this country. He, the Prist msntssr Geueral, had reflected more discredit on himself in this connection than perhaps hhad transpired with regard to any other officer of the government. Men in hi position heretofore had striven to advance the public interests, but he, the Postmaster General, had had stood in the way of A needed reform. Mr. SHERMAN regretted that Mr. Brown should have made such a person al attack upon Mr. Dennisoa, whom he (Sherman) knew to have the public inter est at heart. Mr. Dennison lid not believe that the plan suggested by Mr. Brown was feasable at the present time, but was favor able to anything that promised relief from the present telegraph aueooply, ' . Mr. DOOLITTLE moved to postpone the subject until to-morrow, rt-i-.--. - - w - The Senate, en muoon of Mr. EDMUNDS concurred in the House amendasazrts te the bill regulating transportation of nitro glycerine. , Mr. MORRILL called up the Senate bill to regulate the elective franchise in the District of Colombia. It Provide that every male person, ex cept paupers and persons under guardian ship, of the age of twenty-one years and . upward, who has not been convicted of any ' infamous crime and who is a citizen ef the United States and has resided in the die- . trict for tho term of six months shall bo entitled to vote without distinction of color. Any person whose duty it is to receive vote , and who shall refuse the vote of any person who is qualified under this act shall be liable to a fine not exceeding $5,000 er to imprisonment for not more than one year, . or to both fine and imprisonment. Any person who shall interfere to prevent a qualified elector from voting shall be guil ty of a misdemeanor and be liable to a fine ef $1,000 and imprisonment for thirty days. A registry of votes is also provided. Mr. STEWART moved to postpone the present and all pending orders and take up the bill to regulate the sale and occupation of mineral lands, but subsequently with drew his motion. ; i Mr. MORRILL'S amendment as modified -. was rejected by the following votes : Yea , Anthony, Crsgin, Edmunds,- Feosenden, Foster, Harris, Kirkwood, Morrill, Poland,. Pomerov, Sherman, , Trumbull, . Wade, Wiley and Williams 15. Nays Brown, Bockalew, Connese, Davis, Grimes, Guthrie, Hendricks, Howard, Howe, Morgan, Nor ton, Nye, Ramsay, Sprague, Stewart, Sum ner, Van Winkle, Wilson and Yates 1. , Mr Willey moved to amend, that all actual residents shall have the right te vote. Pending the discussion the Senate adjourned. Special Dispatches. RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A, M. Special Dispatches to the Western Press. ' SIX aiLMO CIO AAA. New Yobs-, Jnne 27. The steamer Mara Castle which arrived at thie pert to-day from Havana, ha six million cigar aa . freight. It is the largest quantity ever . shipped to this porC Th importer doubt less are anxious lo avoid tbeimpendint; higher tariff. . '. , , t , . 1; .e I , a riorosiTio. The Post publishes a proposition signed by numerous prominent gentlemen, to pre-: sent William Lloyd Garrison with $50,000 as a testimonial of their appreciation of hi past labors. Among the signatures are Chief Justice Chase, Gov. Bullock, Lieut. Governor Anderson, R. W. Emerson, Gerritt Smith, B. F. Wade, Senators 1. R. Henderson, Chandler, Howard, Grimes, Conness, Williams and others. ! AXSaTn. - . k- June 27. Pollard arrested Richmowd, this forenoon for posting James, and bailed m the sum of $14,000 te appear at the Mayer's Court to-aaorrew. - James has not yet been arrested. - ' .l . i- . rABDOSTSB. WasuisTow. Jane 27. The President ha authorised the isane- of A pardon to A. L. Bledsoe, whe in the early part of the rebel lion occupied the position of Assistant Sec retary of War in the Confederate Cabinet. . Hsspardon was earnestly recommended, by O. H. Browning and others. . Ha-ar You, Jnne 27. The weather to-day has beea unusually -warm. The therm o- . meter marked 4 in the shads. Several eases of sunstroke are reported in this city and Brooklyn. ICE, ; j puke spgisa rosp ice. fTTHK CLEVELAND ICS COMPAWT X are uw pieuartd te tarnish PaaUlias, BaU soada, Butrss, Ac., with Pure prly - Pond ice For te SLBSSB, at as ss obbMs rates ! any eth f' U'Bpeartw.ctly.:CM4racUi .at red la, for lartre aad small aaai tllies. . A U wJoia br aala plar proavptly artsuded to. star bn order, at Maltby Oyster Besot, BOS Superior Btrwt. saavxi.tao 0. CHAMP, Agsat.