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rnstjanas sr i 6 ; CLEVkLlSD IU.DSS CO Fill. AlliY, l'Kl--WSIILY A WKKKLY. 41 ft 14' Ei i4 HUPKBIO mrtLXK. Tllil: Dsilv. tEonsa or t..la. mas. f rjnj JJ .. m , - 3 s I K 1 aMk 1 00 TU-WUUT. --- 1-J- ' -fait- W J!S3JT1 MtWT, i - crow por wtti. Awran ci.gvnAS'n LKAPrn t m past. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS JUST RECEIVED ! " 6J0 pieces f Lojkdoa Fiaih L-mwUle and 8. 8. 100 pita fine Trenrh and cloths. Oennu Broad- f cw-t Utt ud t tjUm of Cauiaertg, - which will be Mid at low eat Kw York wholMfcle prices at 8. MASS'S, 10? and HA Swrrrir trt ami rStiKiSEU- rX8H)5s ASH ibdi- i.TT"N AL BuUSrlBd to Soldiers, siflHl and their Widow. Children and Parent. . aT" L w J u .t pr.i aud proM. 9-$ao to r o aiditin.1 Boontj, ml to 917 pnT mouth increased Peut-ion. aOmcr in comaitisAoa March 3d, 1ST aod discui'g.3 after AoriJ Ota, 1(M, are entitled to thr. month.' extra pay s-'oper. AU proper c'alsss axainu the Hiosernoieut presented promutlv aud thoroatblr, sided tj a competent assistaivt io Washington. and in yon, dscuarrei, eertiSeates of Pen sion, and ocoer proper voncnera an 1 proof..; I will tend etrculsr, Kiriot; fall rofonuion and prepare the necessary p. pen to eecore the . iaim. II. W. (.AGE, Claim Agent, aucl ' No. ri ee Block, ClevW.od. O. ISBOLlTlt) f Ta i Co-partnership heretofore Milling under tlie arm name of nott A H.trtit, ie thia day dissoved by limitation. Toe bn.icee. will nrller be (.oaduf tod by w . M. ott, who if antuorited to colli ct all d bt. oviaff So tboi;eftxa. W. M MOTT. 1. M. HAI8QT. lted Aofn 1, - IftTPBOVLB tact STITCB FA1IILY SEWIX9 MACMXE. Offico ZS Poblic Pquro C!eT.AaI, O. ngl 34. K0IICE TO TEE C0L0REDCHCECH. 1 JFSf P0BLHHID, M Zln Hjwv and Tmmn BMk.M For the fharcb, Pr.jr Meeting, School ud Bosbo)4 ; t a com pint t coiltKtioa of yoar Staadard By aw aa4 Tama. dtaiKaod for ail Um occaatDDf cf publ.c aa) priva worah p, preaired xpi anty :r ttta ii,tord Cborcfa. , Shipte cvplru IS cwnti -cb : $2.50 per decf-n ; flH.Oj per hnrdrett. 0mpi cop aetit by ma:l oa receipt 01 25 cents. S. BSA1XARD fiOIS J,3t FPBLISHKHP. " . THE Western Masical World ! l or Aunot, 1S66, Vow ready, ccatainicr the aaoal aaionDt of inter eatinc riHtiiac and cooue ai w nutic. , 0ae Iollar er y ear ; Slntl Opira lea Cent. S. BRAIXABI ft SOX8, rrBMSBBRs.- Jy31 LARE AND NEW ASSUKTMNT or SiBBiTH SCHOOL BOORS, BIBLES, TESTAMENTS, PRAYER BOOKS, HYMN BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY. ALSO Uolden, Clarke & Wilson, So. I OS nonamrmt rsqnarr, JylO TRANSPORTATION. 18C6. 18G6. TH TElJiSPOKTATIO" C0 HOETHtS or otiio. Will dnrlug the present season ran thslr well known and popular Line of FIBST CLASS M'JtKW HTEAMEsW I at to by no the the tors ing as him, of jary with la corn, par actly than her aaerisLV ncTwaaa Ogdensburga, Cspe TlnceiitOswcso, an CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, DETROIT, MIL WAUKEE AND CHICAGO, Toa--hingat Intermediate Ports. Oonnectiug at OgdubnrKU with the Bailroads foi Boston, Portlabd, Lowell, Lawren-, Nashua, Kn, Maiir.be-iiMr, tocord, Worotster, litebburrb. Bellows rails, Rutland, Barlibgton, Ac., Ac. At Cape Tineent with the Bailroad (or Ksw York. At Oswero with a Lin. ot lirst clam Caual Boats for Albany, Troy and rlew York and with the Bail Boad and Canal Lines at all Western Ports. Steamers leave Cleveland for TOLIDO !ULT; for DETROIT, MILWAl'KXI and CD1C400, every TL'KSUAY, TH 11 hi ll AT and bATDKDST, and Tri-Weekly lor OdWBOO, CAPS) VlNCaNT and CKlDiKSBCBQH. St" Thronph Freight sabject to bat oaf Transhipment. AQXHT8. J.Mms, INo. SAstor B. Hlosrs. I Houae, N Y. O. 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By attend ing to thia eofurealiou ibey a ill prevent bntry and crowding, and every thing will be more aatMfacto ry. Onuide customers should bear in mind that tbey can measure ttieeaseivea and send orders lev Bhirts at whatever dwtaoce from deveiaod. send tor a circular giving Ir" i lor aseasure. SMLsr vrN-RlS BANKERS. STOCK OI.OKEIIS ; tWVESNiUrECvJR " 9H ftfnif nfft, KirMMe ivTIW gTTLU wt j est I Cleveland I : . , - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1. 1866. Morning Edition. VOL. XXN0. 179. DATiY LEADER. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST i, 1866. ts For Evening Edition Kewi ee lnsitie. t9- For Morning Edition Sewa ee collide. B. M. FnriHiu A Co.. Wewwn&ixtr Ad Tertisinf Agency, tl Park Row, Now York, and 10 State street, Boston, are agents for ih. T.tiniB in tliiMs .ittM. and . nrrnnrn for all the newspapers in the United 8tates and Canadas. They are anthorized to take advttrttsomenU at the same r'.eatbtwe charja: at thia office. - 1 THE NEWS. Gold cloatd ia Hew York last night at 149. Five-Twenties closed in London, oa Moadaj night, at ts. K early eight million of rations have been ieracd to are J j whitae and blackj ia the South within the paat ten month. The Secretary of the Treasury has informed Col lector Smythe, of the Port of Kew York, that the new Tariff Law wi'l go into effect Angwat 10th. The Second Comptroller of the Treasury thinks the Stew bounty law inoperative in oonaeaaeaceof delects tn the wording of the firet section. A steamer at Baltimore wploded- its bailee yea. tenia j. A woman, the cook, was killed, and eev- ral persons wereinjared. Kineteen cses of cholera and seven deaths, in Kew Turk, sad fourteen cases in Brooklyn yester day. Four thonsnnd words were transmitted through tha Cable in twelve hours ea Saturday. Bi messages are constantly paising to and from Eu rope. The Rhode Island butternuts held a Convention Pr jt idence yesterday, and appointed a fall del egation te the Piiilalelpnia gathering. The Atlantic Telegraph Cable is no open far public business. A schedule of prices for telegraph- lug is given in the news relating to the great ea- terpriae. Fp to Sunday last the ttal number of deaths rram cholera on Tybee Island at gavaaaah, was mnety-ave. Yesterday there were two deaths, with eigoty-aevea cases l:u in tne noepital. Thai disease is subsiding. Th tuiiwfr of thn Lord Mayor of Loodon to Ukfor Iloffiiiftn' (N. T.) meMJks wu rrcf6d at Hrt Content ject-rdnj forenoon. It ia M fol lows : JLaj com mere f omrtek ab4 pea ftod prowpcrily nnite u." Tbc next tnnval bmpUds of the Western Am, cUted Presc- will be held in Detroit on the 7th iuflt. tlMOf tke Bnb)A of pOMUUrmtton mlil W c&kr arrnnK i-wiiti to tocure Karopdtn newt tuo Atlnntie Csvbl.- ; Jfff. Davis1 chants?!, Chtrlei O'Conoor. pid him Hoexpeclxl visit yetterdsvj, nod remained in close coosnlUtiea with him kit day. It ia sur mised the report of the Judlciavrf Oommittee of Bouse was probably an interettios; topic of their conversation. Gen. Kliermnvo gsre tiie ooppaibead press a "dab other day while in Buffalo. Amost; other Tis to hit rooms was a representative from the Courier a Democratic Journal who was qoiszi- cmlly Introdaeed as an cii frieod." General Saermiaii turned npon him sharp iy, aad with much severity rpke very freely hie opintow of the coo dactoItheCopptrrboad pratss of the country ur the wir, ssyitt he coaM uver forgive them long a- be Hrel for the attempts male to destroy and that he regarded thiss ae the ecadjutors Jr4T. Davis, and piorters of too doctrina of sceselou. . , A UelhosJi't minister named P. C. A meet "moat an Mtiuable citia,' of Nathrille, lat WeJctJnY eveum; shot a colored woman tor login hi cornfield. He stated to the Coroner's that he loaJetl his double barrcle4 shot gnu thot and statioued himialf io his cerafleld, the suburb of Kaslivilb, to watch for Intru ders ; that about dark be heard su oue Boiling whereupon he harried to the place, uv the person, fired his gnn and killed her. He added, parenthetically, that he r ret ted It exceed ingly, and hit family were mnch distressed oa ac- conat of it. Some one who inquired tnto the caee found out that the shooting was done In broad daylight; that the etimal.le murderer stood ex twelve paces from the woman; that more a hundred shots and ooe ballet penetrated face and boast, aud that the poor arro woman was an excellent person who was oat hunt ing her row. Such is life in Nashville. I or and his The the the sued The City Government of New Orleans and the Mob. The atrocious account of the mob at New Orleans sent by telegraph to tbe Northern press, and evidently prepared by some one in full sympathy with tbe mob, if not a participator in it, contains a sentence or two which our readers will be interested in comparing: "All the lock-ups are filled with arrested rioters W. B. Fish was draws out of the Convention by a couple of the po lice and carried to the lock-up. The President of the Convention and the members thereof are one by one bingar rested and confined. The po lice are behaving in the most exemplary manner. This tells the story. The members of this conventkn,the leading men f Louis- iana, in intellect, in culture, in patriotism, in religions devotion to duty, as- sembled here for a peaceful purpose, were set upon by a mob of rebel ruffians. The police intervene and our dispatches toll us that the lock-uD is filled with "rioters." But who are the rioters ? The next sen tence tells us. Not the ruffians, not tbe rebels, not the scum of New Orleans who were engaged that day in shooting down negroes and those who believed in justice to negroes, but the thinkers and speakers, a devoted band of martyrs who compose the convention. It was these men who were dragged to jail for riot amid the cheers of the rebel crowd by the police of New Orleans. It was these men who were shot down like dogs by this same police. It was these men whom "the crowd and the police " surrounded in the Mechanics' Institute and slaughtered there by the hour. And it was to rein force such a police organization as this against "rioia precipitated by a revolu tionary faction " that tbe Mayor of New Orleans summoned recruits from this very mob, and armed them with the iasta-itta and weapons of the police force, that they might carry on their partizan work more effectually. And this the telegraphic gentleman at New Orleans thinks is be having "in the most exemplary manner." This is the atrocious, thia is the horrible feature of the New Orleans riot that the attack upon the convention was organ ized, beaded and made effective by the rebel police of the city, with tbe conni vance, aye, under the very direction, of the rebel Mayor, John T. Monroe. AVc have had terrible disturbances in tbe North, and tbe riots of 1363 in New Tork city fill us with horror and shame as we remember them. But it has been left for the city of New Orleans to show the world the fj-ightful spectacle of the city govern ment joining with the street ruth ana ia an attack upon a peaceful body, and arresting as rioters tbe men who are being mobbed and Si5sanlted,amid the cheers of the mob itself. " This ts precisely what the police of that disgraced city did, and nthis is what they were instructed to io by their rebel Mayor. ' : ' Tbe full beauty and propriety of this transaction cannot bs appreciated until It is remembered that it is roost directly and immediately the result of Mr. Johnson's policy. We do not mean generally, in reviving the kopea and stimulating the spirit of aeceasioniata, but particularly -in placing the city government of New Or. leans in the hands of this rebel Monroe. It will be remembered that this man Mon roe was Mayor of Hew Orleans when it told him of July as ber what shall let the lhat tion ness bill for Will ness the but fcrty-tkrte that and this was' hall, tbe 1 was captured, and that his active disloyal ty earned for mm some months connne- ment in Fort Jackson. Under the mud and blessed influences of Mr. Johnson's policy, be was elected Mayor of the re constructed city. At first he was not per mitted to take his seat, bat, under the di rection Jof the President, military inter- forence was suspended, and Mayor Mon- roe was inaugurated. He has signalized his devotion to President Johnfon policy by killing off the members of the Convention of 1864. We look to see him rewarded by a place in the reconstructed Cabinet of oar accidental Presidant. Meanwhile we await patiently the next de velopment of the beauties of "my policy," in its practical application in the South. We have seen it exemplified in Memphis and Kew Orleans shall Mobile or Savan nah or Charleston or Richmond come next? - The Louisiana Convention. negroos went on nour alter nour. jte and member that this work was done by the constituted authorities of the city of New Many of our readers aro doubtlesss ig norant of the character of the Louisiana Convention, whose assembling gave rise to a riot so startling in its results. This eorrf e&Hbn Is a reassemblini; of the Con- i if. - . sUtutional Convention elected in 1864 to prepare tne Dtale lor admission to the Union. Chosen at that time, when the war. was at its height, ,t. consists only of loyal men of men wh o were loyal when it cost something to bo loyal, and when the present leaders of Louisiana were in the rebel lines. At the time of its first assembling it numbered ninety- three members. A full Convention would have' consisted of one hundred and fifty members, but several districts were loo intensely disloyal to send delegates. rule was first adopted making a ma jority of the delegates elected a quprum, j, wts afterwd3 modified so that it - , . . , '"H"" " .j"..v.. suit vuu.ouihih, seventy-six, to constitute a quorum. On adjourning the Convention left it in the now fir of its offinern tn rpyoRmhl it UT.nnr,.r in t1iA.p i"nrrrr,0n It lom. cessary. The growing insolence of tbe reb els, under tbe fostering care of my policy, had of late became so intolerable that it was proposed, by way of a check upon it, and of a guaranty of protection to the Unionists, that this Convention, represent-1 ing the entire Union element of the State, should b reassembled. Some propised that it should enact universal suffrage : all Union men were anxious that it should adopt some e- cisive measures for the control and restric tion of tbe rebel element. Governor Wolla was in sympathy with the move ment and issuoi a proclamation for an election to fill vacancies. The rebel fac tion of Louisiana, now dominant, were, however, furious at tbe thought of being legislated for by loyalists. The rebel Monroe, Johnson's mayor of New Or leans, announced openly his intention to dispel the convention with the police, swore in special policemen for the purpose,, by insidious and inflammatory proc tarnations excited the rebel mob to back policemen. The rebel sheriff of New Orleans, an ex-Cjn federate Ueneral, had a special posse organized for the fame object. mob was steadily stimulated against Union men and the negroes. But one spark was Deeded to explode the maga zine, and that was President Johnson's dispatch, directing the military to enforce writ of the courts, which had been is by a partisan Judge against the Gov ernor and Convention. The mob asked better backing. They assaulted the assembled convention, backed by police posse, and then resulted the scene which we have described elsewhere. We defy anyone to read that account, by impartial lips, and keep cool. Let picture to himself the sole represen tatives of the loyal Louisianians, the pur est and ablest leaders of the State, sur rounded in the hall in which they had peaceably assembled, by a rebel mob, thirsty for their lives. Behold the body the murdered Dostie, noblest and most devoted of patriots, lying stark in the sun, the dead face upturned to God, if asking justice on his murderers. Irjos'mo tho acoae in the streets, where the dreary slaughter of unarmed, frightened Orleans, rebels in record and in heart, but placed in power over loyal men by tbc policy of a renegade President. Ketnem that these acenes are but a prelude of is to be but a forewarning of what Union men will have to suffer at the hands of rebebi if Mr. Johnson's policy be carried out. Remembering this, us swear that the victories won by the Union army shall not be flung away, that Union men of the South shall not be abandoned, naked, to their enemies, and tne man wno now nrg8 the restora of rebels to power shall be forever silenced at the polls. I of the A tt-arras ai-armswonnfjaoscnt.ee. i An aad a at the tion naa a The seen witu shoot hind his cried lists, was cine the some me. the A The dare men, Baird eral is City sale a on The Plain Dealer commands the "frank of theLKADia in condemning the lor the equalization of bounties, arid the increase of the pay of Congress men, passed by the recent Congress. tbe Plain Dealer have the " frank to state t&at in tne House ot repre sents ti ves sixteen Democrats voted for bill and only seven against it ; while thtrty-five Unionists voted for it, to against it; in other words, a majority of the Democrats favored, a majority of the Unionists opposed, " unwise and extravagant " mea sure?. If i'. will, we will reciprocate its praises of us for u speaking out without reserve." , Jones. report was voter any To the law a and the makes his cept the In the award of prizes at the Saenger bund at Louisville, the first prize, a silver-inlaid music-stand, disposed of by lott won by the Arion Society. The other prizes were bestowed as follows : First prize, bound volume of music, Cin cinnati Maennerchor; second, silver pitcher, New York Loiderkranz ; third, silver pitcher, Columbus (Ohio) Manner chor ; fourth, silver wine'service, Concor dia Maennerchor, Chicago. Second class Fisrt prixe, silver wine'-service, West Cleveland Maennerchor ; second :" Web er a Last . Thought," (a steel engraving, Cincinnati ; fourth, clock, for singers' Cincinnati Junger Maennerchor. Third class Fist prize, silver-plated ba ton, Wheeling Maennerchor: second, silver-plated baton. Wheeling Harmonic Society ; third, Sydney (Ohio) Leider kranz. ' batb. that of to day. day, Ohio poor, that of in would The Cattaraugus county, N. T. Agricul tural Society in its list of premiums, offers ne of $25 for the best, and one of $10 for second best baby entered for competi tion at its next fair. 2,377 and voice who OoaMBuduvvj $G23;60. VvftaderbilVs income to they THE NEW ORLEANS HORROR The Louisiana Convention Attacked by a Mob. MURDEROUS ATTACK ON NEGROES The Mob Backed by the Police. Dr. Dostie Killed and Gov. Hahn Wounded. We are at last able to gut a fiir and connected account of the cause and course of the recent mob at K ew Orleans. We take it from the telegraphic correspon dence of the Cincinnati Commercial (Con- servative) of the 31st ult. I THE DAY BEFORE THE CONVENTION. NEW ORLEANS, July 29. negroes were on night, returning from the universal suifrage meeting, Jor resisting an assault ol the po nce. Fifty conventioners, it ia said, will soosd to the call to-morrow, and adjourn tn mMt aKaln after 'he election for vacancies on September 3d. General Baird has replied to Mayor lion- roe s application tor aid to suppress tne raa- icaJs that the constitutional mode of calling out the military u throuah the State Executive. It ia rumored that General Have, Sheriff this parish, has sworn in a large force m extra deputies : oo, tnat tiie police has been greatly increased in preparation Jor Vic crusts, ine colored militia win be organize!. Intimidation has drawn forth cards, this morniug.froiii seventeen perBons.rfenounc.rjg tneir connection wiin tne meeting ot in day night. There ia much excitement, and bloodshed ia apprehended to-morrow. I I I THE MORNING BEFORE THE CONVENTION. NEW ORLEANS, July 30. The papers ibis morning publish a din patch from the President, piecing the mil itarr to support the action of the Court?. As convention hour approaches, crowds of Doia white ana black tnrong canal and Dryad es streets. The convention met at 12 o'clock M. Twenty-six members present. recess is taken of an hour for the Serreant- to bring absentees. A colored pro- A colore,! pro- cession on Ganal street march.ng with fife A H.lim. waa iri intut . nurir linn. o'clock, on'ii the Haq attempted to be mrested away by a white man. Tne Governor has gone in person to apply for aid from the military. The greatest excitement prevails the city is in a panic. The business houses on Canal street are closing doors. If quorum is obtained it is proposed to pass oace tne new article of enfranchisement. -,. I of NEW ORLEANS, July 30. SECOND DISPATCH—POLICE MASSACRING NEGROES. Blood is flowing in the streets. Since mv lastdippatch the police eame down armed to teeth, to back the white nob which had gathered in Common and Canal streots, Dryades street being clear, and the Conven snut op as prisoners in the Capitol. The white mob, backed by the police, got round into carondelet street, and were chasing, beating and shooting ne groes. H i (A i y oim eye I have seen not sliotxjired by polteeincn at a single defcnKleas j man. .three dead negroes are IviQK ine open street, near the Capitol. THIRD DISPATCH—DOSTIE DEAD AND HARN WOUNDED. NEW ORLEANS, July 30—3:10 P. M. TIell is still loose and near the Capitol. witi, barked bv the police, are reeling in blood ; negroes aud union men are hunted together. Since my last dispatch 1 have traversed Common b1 Drvadea streets, past the Capitol. The crowd on Common street was raging in the wildest manner; a negro was running; and iia mediately toil wed a hue ami cry. snouting "Kill him him." He disappeared in yard be the Capitol. A drunken rioter swung revolver and yelled "Hurrah for hell hurrah for Louisiana." A stout citizen with tears in his eyes and clenched "its a shame its a shame. On Dryades street the mob had gathered a trembling white man. saviDg, "Hold on there. We've got you now. Say, you in the army or not?' A fire-en- plunged into the street, d.iven by drunken man, and shouts were heard, Fire Institute" that is, tho Capitol, where of the convention were still at bay, defending their lives. Shots, like a skirmiah firo, rang all about Ud Canal street 1 came upon blood on pavement, aud being beckoned in, found Captain Burke, and also the Chief of Police, wound eo. reign of terror broods. Respectable eitizens are filled w.th chagrin and sorrow. police, have been, in every ease to which J haveUcn an eye untiics, tue supporters and leaders of tfte mob. No marked Union man venture abroad. It for are On to off LATER. Governor Hahn has been put in prison, wounaeu in ine neaa. Air. cnaw, Air. xten derson and Mr. Fish, members of the con vention, and among the noblest men in any community, have also been wounded and imprisoned. Dr. Dostie, one of the purest and one 01 tne most consistent loyal ists of the South, is dead riddled with the bullets of the mob and police. The military will be out soon. General is greatly to blame for the delay. Gen Sherilan, unfortunately, is absent, but expected to return this evening. The President's unlucky dispatch is the in media te occasion of the af 'ray. sun tbe At SUNDAY LIQUOR LAW. The Ordinance Restricting the Law Recommitted-Discussions—Report of the Special Committee. Last night at tbe regular meeting of the Council an ordinance seeking to mod ify the State Liquor Law so as to admit the of wine and beer on Sunday, was read third time; and after much bitter discus sion it was recommitted to the Committee Ordinances, and the City Attorney Mr. Heisley and others strongly advocated its immediate passage. Mes3rs. Huntington, Roberts and others espoused the oppo site cause. The discussion was leDgthy, ex cited, bitter and personal. We append tbe of the Special Committee, to whom referred the petition signed by 2,377 praying the City Council 'not to re strict or modify the present Liquor Law in manner by an ordinance. tkt City Cjuneil : Ycur committee, to whom was referred remonstrance of 2,377 citirens of Cleve land against amending the 8unday liquor fo as tn permit saloons to be kept open portion of the Sabbath day, to sell beer other malt liquors, respectfully report: That the Sunday law of Ohio, passed by Legislature, on February 17th, 18r, it unlawful lor any person to pursue uiual avocation on the Sabbath day, ex only those who conscientiously observe seventh day of the week aa their Sab- Tbe law mentioned above intends every person in Ohio shall cease from prosecuting his daily business one day cut the seven. It reqaires the poor laborer suspend his labor on the Sabbath day, no matter how much bis family may need the pittance he might earn by his labor on that The poor washerwoman who sup ports her fatherless children by her toil, cannot earn one penny for them on the Sabbath, for the laws of Ohio forbid her pertorming her daily labor on the Sabbath and if she attempts it she is punish able by law. Thus stands the State law of to-day, bringing within its scope every in Ohio, high and low, rich and and granting co special privileges in regard to any person in the State. Tour committee report, also, that no pow er exists in Ohio to repeal the above men tioned Sunday law. except the Legislature tbe State; and so InDg as that law stands force no action by the City Council can legalize the prosecution of business on Suo day, and any enactments by the Council simply bave no effect. Tour committee also further say that the remonstrance referred to them is signed by citizens of Cleveland, aad that, over above all legal questions involved. n the remonstrance is entitled to the earnest and careful consideration of the Council as the of a large portion of our fellow-citizens are interested ia the peace and quiet four city. Thna idstb vtinrSAminilt.. mv in ..tr.nl the power and duty of tbe Council : and I further say that, evea if the City Coon-1 J. Ed. lege of ing bets and as on But out the Her This but of Her had had part the W. nil bad the power to permit the people of Cleveland to pursue their avocations on the Sabbath, it would- not, in the opinion of your committee, be wise to do so. aod cer tainly it wonld not be just for the Council to favor one class of citizens over and abive others. So long as the laborer cannot bv law perform his honest toil on the Sabbath, there is no reason why a salson-keepei should be sllowe.l to add to his gains on that day oy seum; all ine arinu fle can hnd pur chasers for. If one class of persona can be permuted to transact business ail should be : and so Ions; as the poorest men in Cleveland are obliged to cease from their business or hn, An Knniluv all mKb . I 1 1: under the tame law. Anil your committee further sny that, in their opinion, the observer of the christian sabbath in Cleveland has never proven de trimental to the peace and o,uiet of our nornes, or tne morals 01 our neniilo. and thev can seo no reason for abrogating the honor- eu custom or avoiuing iib cnuuuiing inna ences. Your oommiiiee arc not actuated by any feelings of bigotry, and they do not deny the richtof anv man io niirrhfli; his onnn. tuyoi Deer on raturaay and enjoy his sea son of donviviafitv with hia friends on Sun. day at his own home; but thev are opposed to the policy of allowing Cleveland to be maae a place 01 business on tne sabDatn day. i - ; In case saloons were kept open on Sandsy to sen neer na.o.iler, and other small drink a large numhervould. bevoud doubt, also sell spiruuous liquors, and thus the whole movement would speedily result in a gen- eral traaic in liquor on Sunday. Tour coram iuee are opposed to attempt- ins any chance in the r resent low. even if we nan tne power, which we have not. KespiVtlnlly submitted, JOHN MARTIN. G. W. CALEINS. WM. HEISLEY. July 31st, 1866. THE WORCESTER REGATTA. Harvard vs. Yale-The Universities in Contest—Ball, Chess, and Boating- The University Races. [Worcester (July 26) Dispatch to the N. Y,. Word] BASE BALL MATCH. In the bapo ball match plaved this af- lernocn oeiween l ale and Harvard nines from the classes of '69, the score lale overtopped tliHt of its 'rival by tbe email but decisive number of three. large crowd cf spectators wore assem- bled on th ef : d ob-erve tho Fla "'t WUILO WilS very CreaitttDIO. 1DO game from the first was very closely con tested. All the skill aad endurance of botb parties were evoked during the game woicu lasieu iour Hours ana a hail. Har vard took the lead in the lirst three in. nings to such an extent that the friends T ale began to wear long faces. But in tho fourth and fifth innines. the rilavine the Yale men was so good as to inspire mem wiin tne nope ol victory, riarvard was in the lead all the time till the last innings, yet the score of Yale continued promising. Harvard closed oieht runs in advance, which left rather a dubious pros pect for Yale. Their runs in the fourth and fifth innings, however, having given them courage, they advanced steadily and triumphantly to eleven runs, and were de clared tne victors. Mr. Eugene Dunn, of the Williams College Club, served as umnire. and the scorers were Mr. George . Lincoln for and Mr. Wilson for liarvard. 1 he score stoood Yale 30. Harvard 3.1. a A CHESS MATCH. between Harvard and Yale. Inu been slowly progressing since yesterday. The gamo is tn be played till livo games are won Dy one ol the contestants. At tho close of to-day's playing the game stood three games each, and one drawn game. will probably be decided to-morrow. and THE PRINK BANNERS which the college crews are to strive. made of heavy blue silk, swallow tailed at the outer extremity, bordered with rich yellow fringe about two and a half feetlong, by eighteen inches in width. The university standard bears on ono the inscription On this UNIVERSITY COLLEGE REGATTA WORCESTER. the other side the date, July 1806. Scientitics compete for a flag sijiilar the above, with the name "Scientific'' instead of "University." IJoth pennant1! have on all sides the design of an eagle clasping a laurel wreath in his talons. Worcester, (Jul, 27) Dispatch to K. Y. World. The Citizens' and College Regatta camo to-day on Lake Quinsigamand. The weather in tbe morning promised to be- exceedingly favorable, and the day dawn with a light, cloudy sky, which scarce ly forboded rain. About ten o'clock tho began to shine, and a pleasant breeze relieved the Bomewhat oppressive heat, thermometer standing at 75 degrees. 1. o'clock, the first train left for the lake; on arriving there a heavy shower began to fall, which caused many of the excursionists to corns back, but the next train biought them to the scene of the regatta. At precisely 2J, according to previous announcement, the first gun was fired from the Judges boat, calling to tbe stand contestants for the single scull race, a prize ot 5 1 5, distance two mile;, was won by Master Brown, of Portland, Maine, over Joshua Ward of Xewburgh. Time 15:15. 1 he second race was between foar-oareu boats, the prize being 3150, distancnjhree miles. The time was made as follows : Frank Queen, 19:41 ; P. L. Tucker, 20:10; P. Topley, Springfield, 20:10. the third race tor the Worcester championship,' by Worcester four-oared boats, distance three miles, prize silk standard, was won by the Quinsigamonds, manned by Jlesrs. John J. Haywood, Brown, Stedman Clark, and . B. Hamilton. Time, 21:04. The scientific race, the first of tbe Col regatta, came off at bi o'clock, the Lawrence of Harvard, and the Sheffield Yale being the contestants, and was easily won, amid cheers, clapping of hands and unbounded enthusiasm, by the Harvard boys in eighteen minutes and and three-fourths seconds, the Yale men coming to tbe stand in 19:38. nsed and care and For at of Cash Cash la this was ty since of of were THE COLLEGE REGATTA. to sport fraternity was manifested by small of ten, twenty-five and fifty dollars, tbe enthusiasm of the multitude had lound vent in faint and scattered cheers. the contest became close. When the Scientiflcs came on, however, the sympa thetic enthusiasm excited by the approach ing trial permeated the whole multitude both sides of the lake, and on the crowded bridge which crosses it. The previous matches bad been sectional and their results comparatively insignificant. when l ale and Harvard appeared, shouts rent the air, fair hands waived wel corao and encouragement in white hand kerchiefs to the gallant youths whose claims to consideration were soon to be measured. Harvard was longing to wipe the stain of defoat and to vindicate skill of her rowing representatives. Yale, on tbe other had, had relaxed in dis cipline from its high standard of last year, crew has nal no regular trainer. vear her professor of gymnastics has essayed occasionally with tbc-m, to be sure, seldom, and with nothing like that vigor, which, in all physical achievements this nature, demands to be observed. boatmen gave evidence of srood mus cular developme-.t, but the whiteness of their arms and laces was not a favorable contrast to the bronzed color and defined sinews, as well as the browny built and appearance of Harvard. She, the vanquished in tbe past two years regattas, been looking for the laurels which left her, and she has found them. The officers of the college regatta were, on tbe of Harvard, Mr. S. Agassiz, son of distinguished Geological Professor at Cambridge; on the part of Yale, Mr. Wilbur Bacon, oi New lork; referee, H. Carpenter of Providence. The judge at the upper stake was Mr. J a. fcllison, or rroviaence. ts and Bond mad, tbe the as other as these of 195 THE UNIVERSITY RACE. Best and last, and still more observed, came the trial of skill between the Uni versity crews. Yale, this time,, had inside tracK, ana, alter considerably dilfi culty in getting the boats properly in the line, the umpire gave the signal, and got the start. Jiolh boats skimmed briskly over the water beneath the masteirlv sweep of the oarsmen. - Harvard slowly gained with her qutck.strong strokes upon Yale, with her long and delibrato effective impulses. As before, however the Harvard style was in tho ascendent! Thongh a torrent of rain commenced fall and the umbrellaed f assembly on the shore moved restlessly to and fro, the oc casion too exciting to admit of a retreat this juncture, held on with unilinching purpose. At the buoy or turning point, Harvard was about four lengths ahead and improving. Back they came, Harvard widening the distance between her and her rival. Her crow arrived at theiudo-AH boat, notwithstanding the pelting rain, after an absence of 18 minutes,43 seconds. Yale came up in 19 minutes, 10 seconds. The time made last year in the college re- gattawas: YalelS:42l; Harvard, 18:09. Thero was a dispute at" the time the last regatta took place, the referees differing in in tneir roporw. it was agreed that th result of this year s should decide the mooted question, and it is considered that the 1 ale victory in the prior match was tnree-lourtas ot a second better than this ears. Jiut liarvard is satisfied, and holds ine gneraon or merit. J.mt PniIiHiiel A pamphlet containing mnch a tl able lDforniatton, which will be sent frw to any address upon application to thr Union BasioeM Institute, Ob-rlin. O. 1t28 Bonnly Uw 'a.iea. CABRAN CABBAN, late U.S. A., No. 211 Superior street authorized bounty Attorneys. aul:33 Ir. E. C Allen's cilice, formerly or Water Btrwtt miy te found at No. 134 Ba k street, over Cutter A Son's Auction Store. jt30:33: Hlldson Female Seminary. The Fall Term .ill oomiBeace on Welnesday, September th. For circulars apply to th Prindpil. TMILTB. METOAir, Ilnilsan, JolySOth, I6,T,. jj31:3si Kew Bonaty Lft fawned. CAB.&A.N CABRAN, late U. 8. A., Nu. 211, Sncerior-st. authorized Bounty Attorney, . aagl:330 " Lives th.'rr a mtn with sonl so dead, Wbo never to himself bath said'' - Kobsck's Bitters they are th ljest To appetite they give a zeat ; Thre are none to good, rone so pure, ' Pfsesse none will so surely curs. Tate it my fr.'end if yin'd be well. 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Wa bave up and Sold tliiB article for over 30 years, aud My ia contideuce and truth of it what wo have never been able to say of auy other medicine never has it foiled iu a siugle instance to effect a cure, when timely used. Never did w. now an instance of dissatisfaction by any oue wh1-1 usd ia, th. contrary, ail are delighted with its opera tions, and speak in terms ol commendation of its magical effects and nieuical virtues, w speak in mutter "what we do know," Biter 30 vears' experience; and pledze our reputation for the ful- nllment of what we here declare. In almost everv instance where the infant is suffering from pain exhaustion relief will be louud iu hfieenor renty minutes after tne syrup is administered. Full directions for using will accompany each None genuine unless tbe fac-similie of CURTIS A P&B&INS, New York, is on tbe oat side wrs-opi-r. Bold by all orngulBta tnrougtiont the world. frice, only cents per nottie. api:tttt-ilyeoa:w Special Caution. Mlttt. VlNBLOW'S SOUTHING SYRUP has become so popular that variuns pArties have nut out articles calling them i. Winulow's. Please take notice that tbe II rs. Wiuslow of the Sootbiug tiyrnp is not connected auy other article. Junt-2:atl Sluan'H florae Ointment. This justly celebrated Ointment has gained for itself a reputa tion which no other Ointment or Salve has ever acquired in this country. It is well known and by almost every Livery-Stable Keeper, Stage Company and Teamster, East and West, North South. It stands unequalled for the rapid of Fresh Wonnds, Galls of all kinds, Sprains, Braises, Cracked Heels, Ringbone, Windgslls, Strains, Lameness, Fouudered Feet, Sand Cracks, Scratches, Ac, Ac. This Ointment is put up in strong Glass Bottles, sold for M Cents per Bottle. WALKER A TAYLOR, Proprietors. sale by Druggists and Merchants everywhere. STRONG A ARMSTBONG. apl4:Blt Wholesale Agents. Fancy Cabinet and Wooden Toilet Articles, of tho most tasty style, manufactured 195 Ontario street, Hurlbut's Block, Bear Buildings. A. N. -PITER, may8:R15 Mechanical Jobber. Equitable Life Assnraaee Society, the United States, 92 Broadway, New Tork. Accumulation, (j.OUl.OUO.uO ; Annual Income, 11,000,000.00 purely mutual. An nual Cash Dividends. This Society have de termined ts declare their dividends asstallv ISCA1H. The next dividend sill be declared Feb ruary let, ISS7. It is believed that no company this country will be able to present greater ad vantages in Its dividends to persons assuring than Society, as its total expenditure to income less than that of any of the older Americas Companies, and its niw business for the past year ($13.62.1,000) exceeds the new business of any New lork tympany in any previous year. Tnis socle; has met with but oue loss in this city Mr. Phillip I. Prico, who was insured three years tor SVUO". His heirs received tho amount hlv policy (l.noo) , aud a dividend to the amount 373 iiMS) in cash, witbtu ten days after proofs deuvered to the agenta.i- Proposals for insurance or furageneles apply to THA VERS A MCNSON, Gaueral Agents, Nos. 1 and 2 Park Building, may! Cleveland, Onto. EHhlptnan'a Patent Krek Tie strides-. This convenient article, for the gentleman's wardrobe is now receivei, and for sa) by os. It a simple labor-saving contrivance by which several different ties ca i be made. Gentlemen are invited to call and examine. MACKENZIE A PARSONS, nnell:R13 14 Monument Square. Moth aad Freeklea. Ladles afflicted with Discolorations on the Face, called moth patches or freckles, should use PERRY'S Celebrated MOTH FRECKLE LOTION. It is infallible. Pre by Dr. B. C. PERRY, Dermatologist, 48 street, N". Y. Sold by all druggists in Cleva. and elsewhere. Price $2. may 17-340 The American Cookinn; stove Is man- afactnred with certain improvements secured by letters patent, under date of May 5, 1S63, and De cember 5. 1865. One of these improvements crver arrangement of fitting a portable ash pan in hearth of a Cooking Stove, to receive the ashes it passes down from the grate. Alt persons are cautioned against mannfarturing.vendiiig or using Stoves made in imivavioh of tbs Anisic, suits have been commenced for infringement of patents, and all persons manufacturing, set ting or uiing laid imitations, will be liable for damages fur infringement on these letters patent. . SUEAR, PACKARD A CO., 17 and 19 Green-st., Albany, N. Y. The AaEkU'AX is for sale by . J. M. BAILET A CO., Jnne-.372-c.o.d Cleveland, Ohio. Steel Stampa and Stenrll It rata da, every description and style, manufactared at Ontario, Hurlbut's Block, Bear Buildings. may8:B15 A. N. PIPER. What stops Nervons Toothache, Nervous Headsjebe and Neuralgia in 5 minutes, and cures Catarrh In twelve weeks? WolrettS Instant Pain Annlhllnlar. STRONG A ARMSTRONG, BENTON, MTIBS A CANPIELD, Jy3 Wholesale Agents, Cfcvelind, 0. LATEST NEWS BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE. LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES. Steamboat Explosion at Baltimore. Woman KIL'ed and Several to Persons Injured. at i Meeting of the Western Associated Press at Detroit tie 7th Inst. JiEWd Bi AI1AXTIC TELL'filLU'II London and Liverpuul Markets, Lord Mayor of London to mayor of New York. The Cabla Open for Public Business. Schedule of Prices for Telegraphing. Tariff Law Takes Effect on tiie 10th of Ansnist. The Bounty Law Thouslit to be Inoperative. Steedman and Fnllerton's Visit to Texas. U. S. 5-20's Closed in London en Monday at 68. Gold Closed in New York Last Night at 149. Associated Press Report. News From Europe OVER THE ATLANTIC CABLE. How the Cable is Working. . New Yoac, July 31. Business messages are being transmitted over the cable to and from Europe. . - The latest Lonuon dates to private parties in this city up to this morning, were to yes terday forenoon. ' Four thousand words wero transmitted through the cable in twelve hours on the 2Sth The President's Reply to the Queen Delivered Yesterday. Aspt Bat, July 30. The reply of the President of the United States to the mes sage of the Queen of England was received here at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon, July 30th, and will bo dolivered to the (Juoen, probably about 12 o'clock on Tues!:iy p. m. by th.- Greenwich line. The "Lord Major of London's jisi-it-h Iviw York, July 30. Mayor Hoffman lias received the following dispatrh : HEART'S CONTENT, July 28. To the Mayor of 2,t York .- May commervo Nourish and peace) and prosperity unite us. Ma tor op Loudon, Open for Public Business. Hkart's CoxTg-cr, July 2S. The Atlantic Telegraph Cable is this day open for public CYRUS W. FIELD. Rates of Telegraphing over the Cable. IKir a ork, July ol. The following have ben given as ,the rales for telegraphing over the Atlantic Cable from any telegraph station in America to any in Groat Britain: For twenty words or less, including the address of the sender and receiver, 20 in gold : every additional word, not exceeding five letters, 20s. sterling per word ; from same to same in Europe, 21 ; every addi tional word, 21s. ; from same to same Africa, Asia or Iudia, not exceeding oue hundred A25 ; every additional word, 2is. Letters in all words after the first twenty will be counted and divided by live; each five or fractional remainder will be charged as a word. Messages in cypher will be ch arged double the foregoing rates. Tbe fable In Perfwt Horkins Order. Asrr Bat, July 31. S:."0 p. . The Brit ish gun boat Niger, has arrived here. The superintendent of the New Found- land Telegraph line has arrived hers from Heart's Content and reports that tho Atlan tic cable had been in perfect working order since the fleet left Yalentia and is nov per LATEST. London and Liverpool Markets. per Atlantic Cable. Lojjdoh, Monday. Jnly 30 Consols clo-ted at SSJ for money. . . American Securities The latest sales t-v day are: 5-20's GO: Illinois Central 77J78.. Liverpool, July 30. Cotton The sales to-day reach 12,000 bales. The maket clos ing firm. General News. The Cholera Report from Savannah. total nnrnbor of deaths from cholera, in this citv aud at Ty bee, to Sunday was nine-five. To-day there were but two deaths and one new case. The total number in the hospitals ia eighty seven. The latest accounts report tkat the cholera has subsided in this city. Death of B. Sprague. Povrn!rcE. R. I.. JuIt an. Errnn Sprague, a wealthy citizen, tormcrly of the house of A. k W. Spragur, died suddenly last night. From Central America. New Yore, July 31. The steamer Tfearv Chauncy brought from California $B7S.OOO n treasure. The Central American Stales are all quiet. President Peres has been re-elected in Chili, and all fears of a revolution are dis- pated. Matters in Peru are still unsettled and trouble it expected. An attempt was made to assassinate Garetche Moreno, ex-President of Eqnador, on his landing at Gallon. He was wounded by a pistol shot, but not much injured. The arrival of the first stearoor from New Zealand at Panama, had excited much in terest and good feeling. She made the pas sage in 2d days, two days under the schedule time. She bronght U0 passengers. The route is spoken of aa being very deli-rht-fal as regards temperature. The thermome ter ranging from SO to 76 degrees. A new religion haa sprung up among the j Maorisand and Makats, abandoning the Hon Hon fanaticism and establishing SL 1 r eier as toe patron Qaint- The agricultural lands of the Province are to be sold hereafter at one pound per acre and the pastoral lands at 10 Bhfllintrs. New York, July 31. Havana advices of the 25th, state that newt from Jamaca to the 14th, announces that the action of Gov ernor Eyre had been sustained by investi gation made of his conduct, and a testimo nial was to be presented him prior to hia departure lor England on the 24th. Another revolutionary movement had taken place in Hayti, at Ganives, and Aux Cayese headed by General Salraere, but it wao expected tha Government troops wonld put it down. Heavy rain storms and wa m weather prevailed at Havanna. The Rhode Island Butternuts. PaoviDEscs, R. I., July 3"i The Rhode isiauu otate convention cat led bv the dem ocrat State Committee, met here "to-day and elected the following deles ataa to tbe Phil- eiectea tne following dele ,atet to tbe Phil- A adelphia Convention: J'tiliam lieach Law-1) rence, A. Spragoe, A. Anthony, H. Fallow, 'lhomaa,bter, James f arsons, James YVat erheute, H. A. Potter. Resolutions de- nouncir.fr Congress and praisinr the Presi dent, were adr.pted. JUsn. Thomas 8teer wai Presidt-nt of "the. Convention, which waacomrstarchien'y oi Democrats. The Convention was entirely harmonious. Explosion of a Steamer—Loss of Life and Injury to Property and Person. .Balthorr, July 31. The steamer Honry L. Gaw of the Shriver canal line of steamers to Philadelphia and New York, exploded her boiler this morniiiR at her wharf. The vessel wa3 damaged to the extent of $1000. tier cariio was not injured. ' Tho cook Eliza beth Smith, w& killed. ' Kichsrd Wood of Baltimore, sovstrcl iujurod, and Fruuk King of Chosapeakf. City, slightly. There were several narrow escapes. and Injury to Property and Person. Annual Meeting of Western Associated Press at Detroit August 7th. Detroit, July 31. The annual meetinirof tne w estern Associate.! frcis win beheld in Detroit on Tuesday, August 7th. At lhe last annual ; meeting, at Louisville, the AVestern Aj&ociated Press organized under an act of incorporation, and at the coming meeting tne organization win oe perlcctod so it is important that all Western dailv Da- pcrs desiring to participate in the privileges of the association should be represented. A rranrementa with reference to secarins Euroi.eau sews by the Atlantic Cable will also be a subject ot consideration. Railroad Loan Election in Buffalo —Activity Among the Fenians. Buffalo. July 31 The citizens voted to- iIav on the orolKisition for lhe pitv In lesn $;oi,Oufl to the Buffalo t Washington rail road. The vote from all the districts sivea 64 majority beyond the two thirds necessary to carry the loan. Unly 3..D0 votes were cast. It is alleged that this road will bring cheap coal to Buti'alo, and it is this that re commended the project to voters. '1 he Express states that great activity prevails anion? the remans in this vicinitv. A call is published for a meeting to form a new circle to be, called the Corcoran. An other is forming' among the returned volun teers. '9 Great preparations are makine for a rrand Fenian pic nic at Black Bock on the 2 1st of August, during the trial of Gen. 0'Neil ana other orncers. - jjarges have' been en gaged to transport the party down the river and a sham tight is on the programme in- ciuaing a representation ol the battle at Limestone Ridge. .... Washington News. Presidential Appointments—Amount of Rations Issued to Needy Whites and Blacks. Wa9Hi!vGtoit July 31, 18C6 The Prcsi- deut haa reappointed Joseph Wilson Com misaioQer of Land Office. . It ia said Cor nelioua "Wen-iell haa been appointed Snper- ntondenio! rablic i'rmtin. ' j early eiznt millions ol rations have been issued to needy whites and blacks iu the South for the last ten months. Tariff Law takes Effect August 10th. New Yorc. July 31. Collector Smyth has received a disatch from the Secretary t tee Treasury to tne ettect tnat tne new Tanil' Law will go into effect on the Uth of August next, it waff generally understood by importers that duties under the new law. would be levied on the 1st of August. Goods in hand will be chargable with the old tariff rates. The New Bounty Law Supposed to be Inoperative. X-tw Yobk., July. 31. Washinelun spe- ials say tho second Comptroller of the Treasury is of theopiaion that a bill for the equalization of bounties is inoperative in consequence of serious detects in the working of the iirat section. From New York. The Cholera Report—19 Cases and Seven Deaths. New Yorst. Julv.H. There were nine teen cases and seven deaths by cholera in n this citv, and fourteen cases in Brooklyn are reported to-day. Special Dispatches. Special Dispatches. RECEIVED OF TO 3 O'CLOCK, A. M. Special Dispatches to the Western Press. NEGROES DRILLING. New York, Julv 31. The Philadelphia Enquirer call attention to the fact that the negroes ore forming themselves into mili tary companies in iliehmond and drilling by night, and asks where they got their arms from. The impression is that s-mo coiui. lotion may occur. . COUNTERFEITING CASE. The evidence given before Commissioner Osborn iu the reccnt.case of counterfeiting, rocs to show, if it is to be relied upon, that one Hlmes and a confederate named Treat rsncocted a plan with .Eli and Edward Lacgdon, (father and son) who wero print ers ia tho Treasury DepartineuU Holmes was U furnish Langdon through tbe agency of Treat, with lead plates, known techni cally as "icad3." The Langdons were to take the impression from the genuine plates in tiie Department on theso "leads" and to return jhflin to Holmes. Edwin Lanjd'in, the -o, had a womnn whi lived with him as his wile, and they passed lor husband and wife iV Washington. This womsn tvas employed .'a the Department to lay sheet on the .press and was known there by the name of Minu 'e Morton. Witness testilies lhat maae "leads' were given to Holmes by Langdon. Minnie tes tifies that sne knew the plated were being counterfeited by her so-called husvnd and his father. She also testifies tht he (tht father) knew of it. At the close of the prosecution one of the counsel stated that the Solicitor .of th e Treasury haU agreed to let the counter feit plates be put in as evidence. Tba case was then adjourned Holmes says he was positively promised by Mr. Jordan that if he would give up tha plates and hare no more to do with coun terfeiting he would not be prosecuted. If this assertion be true, a most Bingalar denouement svill be given to this atfair. None of theso counterfeiters will be pun ished. Holmes will be let go by one of th. government officials. Langdon, Treat and the two women have been allowed to turn .States' evidence, dwin Langdon ia dead and no one remains to be .punished. DECISION. Sew York, July 31. Judge Brady -eid.wl that the Biard of Health was con stitutional as the representative of the peo ple regard to the health of the publis, and the injunction against 'fat boiler was e ckn"Wledged. This will .close up all these nuisances within tha city limits. INJUNCTION. Judge Barnard, of the Supreme Conri, to day issued an injunction againitt the fulsiU mentof the "ontract to light the streets of this with coal gas. FREEDMEN'S BUREAU. - A Washington special says that a report was made to the Vreedmen's Bureau a snort time aea bv an sircn of Annapolis, Md ot isterierence with the operations of the BnreiMt at that place, by while cituena. Oen. Howard presented the report to Gen. Ansor. eunmanding this military depart ment, and asked for a company of white troops to assist the agent when he was on duty. Gen.Aagur referred the matter to Gen. Grant, with whom Gen. Howard had a personal interview. len. brant declined to farn'sh the troops, because Maryland was no. one of the lately insurrectionary States in which the army ia required to support the Bureau .aad moreover ne was opposed to tho interlereuce of the military wherever it could be avoided. It tends to increase tha the evils it attempts to allay. ' FOREIGN ITEMS. Detaiis by foreign filee say the new Prussia-German Parliament is to be based on a universal manhood sulfrsge. At adiuner given by Mr.Girardin, Prince Napoleon points ont tnat r ranee snouia at once side faithfully with Italy and Prus sia and aid in iruahing out Austria, the center of reactionary Catholicism. France mutt defend the revolution and aid th. re ligion of the "Great Luther." A Florence letter saya Victor Emanuel cannot be classed in the number of great generals, and his assumption ot tne com mand explains the defeat. Moreover, the Italian army ia a very loose organisation. It is an army full of splendid material ma terial, but it is raw, feeble and aipehod. Some anaies win victories in spit, of their generals, and son, general win victories with any sort ol armies, but Italy posses ses no such army nor a general. of it DIED. Niw York, July 31. Lieut. W.F. Smith, ei the Uth U. S. Inlantry, died this evening, at hi quarters, on Governor's Island. He suuueu. attack of cholera. was taaen suuaeaiy uii morning wiui sui WEEKLY -LEADER: asaonsnss oosnrairo. at ns OT"AB?IJf W!l. "SOll.t.ANBOCS LITIS. AMD YALCABMEya0" 0 IH IAMI1.1 . . . musics n TBS Z ' " CLtU5fl IIADH C0MFAXT. atrriCX: NO. 144 MUPEKlOlt STUtir TXSMB OI1U WlTiiLT, use ysr i&s issues) oo -- - -r v. whm im .a, w. win sens s P7 we the nilT Lsasss, gratis; of twsntv, a ODV tlf th Tri- 1. a . i copy of to. Daily. ....... " OT.SVsT.AWD PKAPCT PriMPa-Iv. COURT-MARTIAL CASES. Raleigh, H. C. Julv 31. The general court-martial trying the Freedmen'a Bureau orhcers in North Carolina to-day concluded the trial of Gen. Whittlssev. The argu ment for the defense was .liro.l h hi. counsel, Chas. Whittlesey, of Alexandria,' . Auecase oi maolm Genrra II. 1 it ill be resumed to-murrosr. whan ;t wilt probably conclude. INDEPENDENT MILITARY ORGANIZATION PROHIBITED. BIBITRP. Eicbmosd, Va., July 31. Gen. Terry has issued a general order forbiddissr in this department, during thwexistence of martial law, ail military organizations or associa tions for tho purpose of drill or militarv in struction other than the 'militia organized by the Governor of Virginia. This will put a stop to the nightly drill by parties of ne groes, which have recently caused much excitement. PROVISIONS OF THE NEW TARIFF BILL. WasbixCTOS. Julv 31. Th new rates nf duties on cisars, wool, spirit, compounds. stc apply only to 6uch as mav bv imported on and after the 10th of August. Goods in Dona are not anectetf bv the new law, The tfih section, which rennires the addi tion of actual charges and expenses ol trans portation to the value of goods, will be en forced only in regard to tha importations made on aud alter th. above-named date. It is understood that the prohibition relative to the importation of ei?ars in nackHp-es nf less than 3.0UO will be deemed to take effect on aud alter the lliih of. August, it being apparent that this was intended by Con gress. . .. THE INCOME LAW. Thejoiut rosolution ol July 2sth reliev-. ing officers aod soldiers from the special in- me tax assessed in October. IM. I. docs not relieve those who have already paid th. tax, nor does it relate to any other income tax. THE NEW BOUNTY LAW. There is much talk about tha law recent- Iy pisied in relation to tho canalization of bounties, and doubts are expressed as to whether its provisions can bo carried into etfeet without further legislation. This point will be taken into formal considera tion, and an opinion rendered at an earlv day. Hundreds of applications have been made for the bounties in question, and very soon tne numocr, at in. rare tbey are com ing, will be increased to thousands. NOT YET ACCEPTED. - Gea. Dix has not yet &itrnified his accep tance of the mission to the Hague, his nom ination having been made and confirm ed without previous consultation with him. JEFF. DAVIS ON THE ANXIOUS BEACH. Fortress Mosrok, July 31. Cha. O'Con nor, the principal counsel of Davis, arrived ere mis morning rather suddenly, unac companied by any one, on the steamer Laura Irom ttaltimortk He proceeded into the Fortress, and has remained there all day in - close con sultation with his client. The precis. nature of his visit is unknown, except thai the report of ths Judiciary Committee has seemed to make Davis rathor anxious con cerning his chances for a release or a speedy trial and acquittal, when tried. Mr. O Con nell is stopping at the Hvtrea Hotel. Th. duration of his duty is unknown. HOW TO GET UP REPORTS. Nrw York, July 31. The Tribune special from Houston, Texas, says : Generals Steed- man and Fulierton spent only twenty-four hours in Texas, during which they deter mines that there was no lurther need or troops in that State The freed men. and their teachers are being persecuted in a manner. ISSASSINATED. Tho Tribune's correspondent at 'Panama. says that General Moreno. Minister from bouador to chili, was shot by an assassin at Lerna, Peru, on the 1st of July. The assas- n wss a young man whose brother had been shot by the General's order. He was wounded in several places. PRIMARY ELECTION IN BALTIMORE. Baltimore, Julv :;1. Tho Union primary elections were hel J in all the wards to- ight to choose delegates to the Mavoralty Nominating Convention. MayorChapman, the present incumbent, carried 14 wards. and General Dsnnis-m 6 wards. Tho con test was very spirited. STATE NEWS. New Poek-Cprisq Psiockss. The Ohilicotha Advertiser says : -' Mr Bart- lelt is curiug pork by a new process. After tho bristles of the hog are taken off, before the entrails aro taken out, the ven tricles of the heart are opened, and all the blood in the animal extracted. After this is done, strong picklo, injected into one of the ventricles, which permeates the en tire carcass, curing it in a very few mo ments. The brine leaving the heart cir culates through all the veins of the ani mal, and passes back to the heart, and out of the second ventriclo. The entrails aro then extracted, aud tho pork is thor oughly cured. Sold. Tho Toledo Blade says that a gentleman of that city, not eractlya young man nor yet an old one, overheat d an Irish servant girl at the house which he honored as a boarder, discussing with a fellow servant the pruprioty of investing a dollar in O'Brica'i Chicago Gift Enter prise. She declared she had had a "dbrame," and that in said dream she purchased Xo. 9,391 in a lottery, and that number was the identical one which drew the big prize, and she was determined to try her luck if she could get that particu lar number, to test whether dreams were really warnings for goodor evil, or not. The drawing took place some months after, and the gentleman was surprised on reading the list to find that 9391 was in reality the lucky number, and that it bad sctuaiiy drawn the firit prize of Slo.uOO. Suppci. ho should marry her. Tba idea pleased him, and that evening he took the preliminary stops. He proposed, she as sured herself that te was in earnest, ac cepted, and the net iRorning they ware privately married. "' So lar so good. Tho next thing to get hold of was the $10,000. He delicately told hor of her good fortune and asked for the ticket that be) slight send it to Chicago and realize the greenbacks there on. Mary was astonished, and not only astonished but sorry- She informed him lhat she had written a letter for the ticket and inclosed tha dollar, but after sleeping on it over night concluded that she would be throwing her money away, and so torn up the letter and re-pocket?d her dollar. The1 gentleman took the disappointment philosophically, and at once sent hia wife U a femtta seminary in .Michigan, where she ii now getting the polish on suitable for tha CCW snere in society to wnicn sua has beeA iiii.-odced. Good Stout A Conor iiosal As pirant. The JJ.&.-i.?0''1 Herald relates the following on Gene?1 8nt. Beatty, a Democratic candidate o jCjjresg in 17lh District: "Among, the democratic candidates is our old army friocd, (ion Samuel Boatty, who, though a good fight er, is not considered very much on the spell.' A story used to be told in tbe army about the General, but whether true or not, we are not prepared to say, but it ran in this way : The General's Ad jutant had made out the official reports, which required the General's signature, and presented them to him for signing. The General, with true Democratic disre gard for orthography, wrote his namevery plainly 'Samtel' Beatty. The Adjutant mildly suggested to th. General that he bad better spell ' Samuel ' with a 4 u,' but the General insisted upon the correctness his way. The GcnoraL, however, after that always wrote his name simply 'Sam' Beatty, and his official papers all show this signature.'' As Intsijjoent Ccstomir. A few days ago a man called at a drug store in Germantown, O., and asked for an ounce laudanum. There is a law making the duty- of druggists to record the name Hnd description of the party pro curing poison; and the druggist had pre pared a book with proper head lines lor name, age sex, etc., of. applicants for poi sonous drugs. Having recorded the came and age, the druggist, in mero pleasantry, asked "And now, what is your sex?" The fellow looked puzzled a minute, and then replied "Goll darn it, I forget t But it's in the Bible at homes "d I'll see when I go home... You can just leave, that open till I come back!"