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rcsu&Btn If TUB fMTIIiAXD 11ADJ.B tOKF IKY. AILT, TKI--WESSLY & WKKKIiT. fficbi i4 iP.tili STT-KBT. tsumB: aUn.n Kornlng ox Erertac, by ssall, P- m m T .1. W.B I T Daily, Mirerl l Orrier, (Horning or Tri.ia .kiw. lev ceeta per weV. Addraa Vt'VTKt AN! I.KAKKR Cl''P.Y. I ORDINANCES. , S UKUlaAUK To provide for the .a a lr42tnc and imoruTiu oi the mun-ta lirtr bctwtn th-north u4 of (.oTernnirut Pier and C'-oIooit-u. strict. $zc 1. Be it ordained bj- Un? City Council of th city f CtereltiiHl, (two-thirds of all the nifinK. r : ooBcrrlnV That ths Ouyho river, botww. the or fa en of tae tA.-rin til imr in txiom bfu itiMt bride, be dredfrdor improved to a ir form drptb of thirtee-. feet, and that the hhm i- tonemifsr tne irc.ioa ani ftnser(iwn vi i iw Bn.nl of Oity ImirvVfMDt. in nwitwr and at Mcfe Uni and places fc'twwn is irwdis at. ire aid, sts they shall tk-em for the best interests of tb city. Utt. IS. That for fhe pTrrroe f paying In part th cost and xpxases of said improvement, fifty pr crDliim oi" ttie cjiits .ml t-tpf intra of tha tame ball Lw lrHd nud a-nntf'-d upou tb otaor fmrcola oi uaa (ii)'iii ur aiiiLtior aiMMt nmm river t?a the iotiita afuresatd. aiJ OMinDt to Kaat svea uibp, la sai h manner, and MtwB neb poiuti darinp tbe pr-rt-! of the work as uy bedet-mt-d most eotm&M?. iEa S. Ttii- onlUauce ahall t-- ia f .rce from and alter IU pawpe.--PaaMl Jaly at. Iii6. K. W. l'ELT(T!f. Prr.'tof tbelVnactl. A K OEill.i.lSCR To levy aBdasscnb a cial tax on W m tirw t. . ate. 1. it ordaiflej by tlie Ciy Coonil of tlw city of Cleveland, (two-tlnrds of all th- members coattrriiic,i tiiat tit mam of (our dollar and t- rota (iA,10,) boaaU tau mbw u berol y It-vird and n K'd uifxi .actt aud ef loot Irut of (.Us ( aral lota of lauda UNiudiug or abutting upon Wert tr.et, for the frtirpuw of payiiif; lh cost ana ezpoune oi cradtac and paving ttii bin- Sac. X Tbat th. owneea of liir aeveral L-tn or parcel of land bosadtaf or abutti- g- upn W vat tret anall pay lb aeral antinU ( tmm-y by tbem n-ra'ljxlae in Lbat buaaif on or f-'r ine nitrautii day of AUfcOrt ia-i, f ttto L.ity i reaanrer, or m n otnor t Tin a may 07 an'uor iaadtcoUct the nam, ar b anhjct to IV ml ty ana interest alluwed by iaw Ktuit tbeu mt- trail? if not paid at tun uaie hriu timiguated. faaaed Jaly -1, U. . W. f aLTUN. PrAaidrut'of tbftOaoncil. A CKUINa5(J: To levy and asters X a. a ancial tai on I a (on Mrwt. bto. 1. We it ordained by (be Cut Cnniril of the City of Cleveland ('wo-Utir a of all IM mpmlwri con arrins), That Itie mm of fixty-is a-ntu (fu,) be and tnc mi m hereby levb-d and as- tvaaea a poo ca aaa ovorv iv iiuni ot tne era) lota or pnrcla of land bonuiiiua: or abBttmg nnan Cbjob atra.1, bHw or jperiar street aint at Catr atreea. f or Lbe bdiduhi ol nvfPK tlMtcoat and exiienfreaof n-painnp thf paving f tb rjatiway f amid Mrmrt bi-tween the PbtoU alurtieaia. tisc. a. That tba wwra of liia veral lot or paroeBi f land afoiwaid ibaU py tbn vreral amoanm 01 Bonor nv tnum tothht uue in ma bvaiaif, to la City Treasurer, urn or bdoro the ii day of July, IW.ti, or b mlj'-vt to the p iwlty and teUrrMt aiKw-d by law a ain-t I lies .BVerally, if not paid at (be tiota and to tho jwrttcn hen in ilc- igBated. inward Jaly 31, IT. W. I'KLTOV. fr'tof the (Vmnril. G.8. Whkatum, ABbiiinnt .ity Chrk. am;i S . A K OKbl.NAM'K To levy aad ussesa aapTial tax n-9n Henry htrrct BtC.l. Beit orcainfsi by the City Council f tb C?ltv tt Ctev.Hand f two thirds of ail the im-mhei concarrinp ), That Wtv sum of sixh-tn ami -u. -bif cantrbe and ttw- sam- is hereby levied and ap-FM-d poneach and every fKrt front f ererl lota or parcels of land tonnding or Ahittih np-n Henry street, for the poriwme of iayitg tLe ct and eipenn o crad'n: aDd iniprovinc naid Ptrwt. S;c. 2 That tlie ukikti of ihi ticveral lots or parcels of land lK.Dn1iog or almttin upnn aaid Henry atnet, shall pay Uie. etTfral amounts of money by thrm severally due in th-U h bijf, an or befor the 10th day of Anoint, IS;fi, wiha City ireamrrr, or to sn n 01 Her lterBon as may in tborized to collect the same, or b snhji ct to lbs penalty and interest allowed by law aait.st Iht ia afwerally if not paid at the tima herein Jciiguatt-d. i'aaaod Jaly hi ihm;. F. W. PFLTtiy, Trim, of the Coancil. G. fi. Wbeaton, Aaaiat. City Clerk. aap:39 AX OBDUAXCE To frade, pave drain and improTe FncliJ Arenufroui J'er ry street to Wiinon Avtnne. hsc. !. Be tt ordiiioed by the City Cnnocil of the City of cifveiaiul, ( i wo-tbirdB ot all the nifnibers ctncirriug), That Euclid avenue, tx-tween the wea aide of 1'iiriy street aud Wilson aveune, le fTTaded that the carriie wiy and t;ult rs be paved wi:h the woodti Uy.k pavtinvnt (-o-cxUed,) thesidewnlks cut!M with st'tLe, aiid tbe whole lie properly drained aid work to b done nndVr tbe direction and to the acceptance of the board of City Imprurexonta. ac. 2. That thu cost and eHuae of naid K'al Inic, pavinfii draining and improving be eatiniared, levied and Mseared ojMn tbe lot or parrels of land bounding or abutting Uit naid kuciid aveau. ! tween th poiuls fortiinl in proportion to the Bomber of fret front on each. tsE 3. That tho cort hue of anil KueiMaTennt between the fxMtit a1"refi 1 be hen-by et.tblisln-d : at twettty-oat' feat fiwai lueceuUT iin and pa rail I thereto. -I'asaej JuItBI. isrut. - V. W. I'ELTnN. Prrn't of the Council. A OBLIUXtR-To provide Tor the lr lining of the Cuyahoga rivr bHtw-n Co lumboa strwet us 1 tho C, C. & C. 1'asaeur li U . Bridge. is Ste. 1. B it ordained by the City Coancil of ths ci'y off CleTflaudltno-thir'fsof all thentenibers 0,0 fimurl, That tleOnyabra nver between t'olein bn a:ri't and the tXf CC pawener ralroal bridge, h- dre.l(d or improved to a uniform depth f thirteen fert, and that the saTB. te done nndcr tho direct n n and uiervmn of the Board w i'ity Improretnenta, ia surh manner and at u:h titin and platen, bet wee 1 the point h if ri.l. an th- y ekail4le4n for tbe beat interests of the 'E-,y. Sac. That for the pnrikoae of paying in part the cost u-l ex petiae of Paid ittprovemettt, bit J - per return of the roa n and fxtj.Fea of tbe Mine ehaU be H-vie1. or aaiewt-d cji.. the bits or pacel of Insd bonn-'tneror nbntttn; tipn nai'l river be tween lb points aforeaaid. aaid Maeewm nt to be aiade at inch tim-, in ourh tnAtiLcr 'iJ llwten such ftointa, dtiri-c the precieai of tbo work, aa fbay ba deent'-d nmt MjuitMbl- tc. 3 This ordinance aball bo in fore from aui after its I'Wd'-. Pasaod July S. isw. K. V.". PKLTOV. Preat. of the Conm il. 1 G. 8. Wh r atow. Ass't City Clerk. auga-:Vi'J AX ORBISASCB-To levy ad assess a op -ciH.! tax on Chapel fitrw t. hue. 1. Be it ordaio-M by the it y t Vmneil of tha City oi Cleveland (two-thirda of all the navttibers oonctttrinct. That the turn of eitnieen cvuis l and tbe same i hereby l--vil ,in-l as-s-d upon each and evtuy f-ot lnot of the nrcnil lots or lands boandiufc or abutting upon ChatW street, for the pnrpoae of payiuc tbe eot and expense of (radinit and improving paid street. ec. i. That tb f Vf ' i f the Hevortl IvIm or parcels of laud buediti oc abitttii nfoa aaid Chapel street, shall p.y th aeveral auiounts of aaoaef by there wn.ily dn in tbat behalf, on or before tblib dty of Auuit. l fi. to the tity Treaanrer, or snih other et-atu an mav beautbu rit.'d te collect th. aaiet or be sulect to the p n aliy and intereat alewid by law eg-tiuat theja m-r-erally if not (taid at the time h-r iu dt-iguittf-t. Passed July 31, isi;. . V. PKLTOX, Pre-'t ofCi uu.il G. S. Whkatqw, AHsintaiit City rk. aifr.iXW AM RB! S AN( K To provide for the couMtfucti n of a bratu-ta i""cr or dram ih Walant street, W.t of MqriOoQ atreet. 8c I. Be it otdaiued by tbe City Ooqneil of the City of Clereland. (two third of nil the ra mlr coucarri.fi, liist a tne-waee pipe, ewt-r o draia, be count rue fed in Walnut atreet, from the Muiraon etrret miin rewer, weeterly to a point about l:t feet westerly from Erie street, with the neceeaary bunve conn-etiuQ. pit-ea and flthrt holes, in aecordanr?with tha plan reeommendf-d by the Board of City luiprovemt-nfr, and adopted i by the City Coo on 1 le, and now u ! file in the i ut Civtl Kncineer's trfPcc. j 8bc 3 Tbat tor th pnrpoee of eonatrncttng I aid sewer and di fraTiuR the cost thereof, thre be, and is hereby IcvhI and axeeed th euui of eichty-aewn and a half cents v$ 1 npo earh and every toot trout of the several lots or r r celi of laud bnnndtrtor abnttinc upon taid Wal nat s'reet, b-tween Mniraon and Krie streets, ex cepting 1I& fc-et of t- fro.ltacr of tba lot on the worth-east con er of rte and Walnut street ; 14o feet of the froaafn of the lot on tbe euth-eat comer of aaid sir -et ; :tt feet of of t e frotae of the lot on the north rr-t cornrr of Mniraon and Walnut s?reet ; and 3-i feet of tbefroataire of the lot on the aoath-weat corner of Muitsoa and S al Ut Streets. 8nc. 3. That the owner of the acvi-rnl lots or lands bonndi-jR or nbuttinc upon Walnut efrtvt, between Mniraon street an.i trie str-et, shall py the 8-veral amounts of money by them several 1 y dne in that tx half. an e-Ka as snid eew-r is com pleted past their rewpctive lots, to uch pr"" as maybeanth riaed by the t'ity Council t ecllrct the same, or be anbject to the penalty and interest al1ow-J by law er,amt tbeaa aeverally, if not paid at the time beretn designated. PaaaAd Jnlv 31. NM. V. W. PELTt'N, Preeideut of fhe C unHl. G. y. Wb.ei.toii. AMitant L'ily ClertC. nn-J: :i A 5 tJi;inAcR-Te establish the frrale of Superior atmot between trie street and ten acre lota Sec. 1 Be it or JVned by the City Council of the City of Cleveland, Thai the aread f tb4 oeatrt line of Superior stree. btwe;n tho easterly line of Tea ere lt Nik lw Be, and the earn is hereby established, at the foilowiop eievatirnj abtve the bae of luvt-U horetobre aMabLisbed by ordinance. to wit: At the easterly line of Erie street b 5-10 feet; at the emtrv li. c of iiuirson ativot To 5-10 ft; and at the wetter'y line of ten acre lot Xo. lOJ..Wt fret; ad that tba ftrade Mb betwrea theafbreatiinaetl rnnts of eb-vatioa be nntfr.rm and m accordance with tiie pr.Hiie of snid Superior .tree! m record d u to! nme 2. i-agc 43 of profiiee, in tb Citv Civil Eneineer's Office. Passed Jnly 31. '. F. W. PKLTOH, Prea t of the Council. O. S. Wsttwn, Asa't City d'rk. an A 5 OKBIXAXCS To provide Tor ihe dredp n(c and Improving of tha Cyahoca River, beiweea tbe C, C. C. Passenger R. 11. Bridnt and Senec street. 8c. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of tbe City of Cleveland (two thirds of all the nemtMra eonenrrinp). That the Cnyahoga Kiv r batweea tbe C C. C. Tienerr ra Iroad bridge and k atreet. be dr and improvel to a nntfori 4enth of thirteen feet, and that the same be dooe m4er the dirertion ami snt ervieion of the Board of tity ImprovetnentK, in nch mioocrasd at snch tlmres and places, between thpointa aforesaid, aa they shall deem for th" bet interests of th city. ec. S. That fr tbe rmrpoae of piyinc ia lrt the coat and rxpenae of sail imprvTement, hUy per centum of the roit and exenc 0 the same ehatl b levied or aaaeaaed a pod tf;e lots or parcels f bind bonndin or abutting upon aaid river, be tween th p-vrit aforjsmid, said aaaeament tube aaade at each ti e", or in su-h manner, and be tween such points, during the proereas of the work, aa my h. deemed mot eqnitsb Se. 3. Thra erdinance shall t in fovea frem sm alter tu paaae. Paaaed July si, lfi. r. W. PELTO. Prea't of tbe Councfl. S. B. Baaren, inunt City Clerk- ang.,339 - f i fi-s the t-Mieca and f 1 s- Tor on Now ry T''M so ale a V s Will eth, acd sail la((e and Ha acd " SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1866. velajp. -SS-Cs Ail XiXy an R a BLII II II II Li ,V--S20ITi . .V.T ;.ue Morning Edition. - jV V4' ... Leader, VOL. XX-NO. 182. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Cttamoo tJjfTTTJftos rjrrnAL Can mitt ice Boom, ' -CLVTaXaKO august Ut, W. TuaGurasoca Count r Union ConventioBh for um nosa-aation or - 1 Jui(.of Court f Coraosoa I leas 1 Probat Jod-re, 1 Clrrk of Ounrt of Common Pkas, 1 SliertiT 1 Oonuty Aadttr. 1 Connty Oommisioner, w!'! b tiHin thla tlty, at Garrett Tfall, on tatnrtla.v,4b lth dy of Auatwt, t 10 o'clooa A. M. Tae immin of rpireaeiitattJ will be six del- rates from each Tuwnhio. auJ aix from each Wir in tbe t'ity of Oierelau'l ' Tb:Feral Twnsliiua and Wards are rt-qntwl to bold their Primary aJee'i -gs fwr tba auf-uuit-mentof drleta'e on Thar.daf, Austnu luth, at tbur aabl liaie a d pbw- THOS. JONES, Ja., Chaiucan. C S. f!0BBSt eeereUry. auX40 H U T C H I N SO N S FAMILY WHE HO CIDER H!U. Alwayart&dy tveuaka FrBE WINE SWBKTCIPKf Conveciout, economical and in dependable in LVKBV i'A MICT. HAVafi ALL TUB t'Kl'IT, Pricto low that every lwurT on eff-ird tn. 'VVjt now ue. Kauy ito ioiprov.iuent hircuH av.il -J. eeuu 10 k -,rj - cripuve circular givuif luiipar- 1 icnlar. Adores e. K- iirTnivsov, al aad t3 11 era in t., civelaro. U ane2 3tH d-UiW XTOTirit 70 Bl ILBJaUS teiilr4 u.aaJiawll bi Twoetvd tt O:o City Cle'k oaiCfouitlooCfck p. m. M niay, Augmt li, Ibm, for the oonstrnctivn of a PAVTLTON IJ WOODLAND CEXBTIUY. ri-tniaj.l nc;fictkB cwntw wen at a aid cf- Th. anrt"rsi!rnfd iuvit th anbmitbion of ropos-!, rcti'.-tiiUjC ttie rijbt to accept or x eject tbe ttairio. JOHN HU:TIfcWTOH, Cli'iin'jj Com. on Pdrt u::J F n 'Jc Groncds. pr n HtAToa. tl'T"!actI, Aufi. 3, IS-.ti.-aiifrV-jl AK 0EDISAM K - To repel an Ordi Tim e entitled 'An Ur.Iioanop t roTide for drd-ini and improvloe ol the CnyabO'-ra BiTr-r letwe- n the north eud 01 the Vioveruuioai 1 ler an t reel tji.c. 1. Be it ord'tfoed by Hi" City Cotinril of the City of Cleveland, That an ordinance pateJ June v; entiihtt "An nrumai.re 10 j rovine ior drfil'riiie and imi.rovinc cf theCuvalioza Hi bftweu th north end of the Government Pier and street, be and the same ! hereby re- nealetl. 'S. That this ordinance auan 00 in torce irom after its picsae. rawed July Jl, ihj. r. v . rr LT'iB. I re" t oi ciiOncii. WirrTo. Aeisfant Ciiy Ct-rk. ani:":;9 ASESICAX WATCHES ! HAVE M.AUK AN AKRAXtiE- Mr ItNT Hh the American Watrh lVmp.iy tu ll all zrde of Ih -ir vtoct :turuU to the Tral L;st prio. I will ulai sell at a small advance Irom Manufactureri piir4. li. IS,. 4. II I 1 IEMIEj, 17 buierior street. CieveUnt. Ancnst V8o k''Jji:iS NOTICE TO THE COLORED CHURCH. JUST PCDLISHID, Zlom Ujmn aal Tone Book, tha ' horch, Grayer Metinp-, Schcol and H.iaeaold : ia a coirplfta eo)le:tfon of yonr Standard Jvaina and Tens, dfniirnd for ail the Oicas ous af pubj'-c and pnv a wor.n p, prop Art a xpiejsiy or tbetiurea l nnrcn. Sirsle coplea 25 centa eich ; 82 JO per doxen; I1",0' per handled, bample copy tent by mail roceipt of 23 cents. H. BRAIKARO SOXS, Jj.11 rPBLISHKKS. THE Western Musical World ! For H5U-.t, rtir. oontsninff tb n.v! nmeaiitonater- fatiuj ro.'.tiiug aud c lotce ntw Biutc. lollnr or jfftr ; hinIc ? t'ople Ion Cfnl!t. S. BK tlMKU A SOXS, LARGE ASiD NEW ASSOSTAEXT OF SIBOITH SCHOOL BOOKS, BIBLES, TESTAMENTS, PRAYER BOOKS, HYMN BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY. also Uoltlcn, (larke & 'Wilson, Bio, 108 Honnutent Hqnioe, JylO i! - JEWETT & GOODMAN, MASurACTtiaBas or 0RIJ1SIDMEL0DE0XSJ For Churches Schools, Par!ors,&c. Oiltrrant tljrl. , , OKGANS tX)XTAIX ALL R rami vamaWe improvement, inrtndinc tbe " A r- AT it; VBII,(" which was patented by-Mr. Juwatt. and wbich ha made the Cabinet Orjian" c4i'brate4,. There are many organs offered for tbat are similar in appearance, bnt radical I) diiloient and inferior in theirconntruction. Per sons wautiuK a enniue article wall aend to us for descriptive circular and further information. AJUri-aa Jtn tit I GUU1ai, iiie--7 1?l OtiTurio-t , riev.lied !:-. frazil a in FOR LAKE SUPERIOR. FAUE EEDllEP 33 FE& ( EXT ! Kmnd ri;?Bre Kxrnrslon to Ifark- Idsy and lake Superior. 1HB NKW. LARGE. and. el"snt vwift iUlD: -i T t- ran er , D. CALDWELL Capt. J. M. Lawis, leevs Cleveland on W KUbESUAY, Aaraat at 8o'c'fok P. M., an a f-rard rMin;! exrur eien trip to ine t?0CTU and NoBTh frHttJ? (F LAKa tl PEltltB, tonrhtua: fcl H r tilOK 4J.T 1 at! other points -of intereat ; also a opfwair at MACilMAW each way, to see mmodatv paxtiaa wtfliine to so to aad fr ia at plce. TMa trip preaeou to tooiiet" an opportunity to thronab tit great chain of the mo! beautiful nd rivees, adwtance of over TWO THC SAND BlU,, adording a view of the . reatwt (tranJeet variet of eooere dep bay-, irlacds, mcubtains, roeka, Wriff nd peaks rieiuft feet aKtre the take; witnas the nj-plite trmtni, beautiful fleh, and fta her the precious tone, minerals and abeila, and vitit the unraer on . copper, Irf n and etlver le-d nituE. and in hal the coil and stri'nery inviporti c air, en joy te acoet gonial Canute aaid e h- 1th irivin breeres, from I lie pare SAtarkiiu a aic ot Lake Supericr. A rih'K BAND ON BOAR Ik erat-raaa rooms N-is and the best table supplied on tbe route. HT Pr e-tf TiTkts for tli n.on-i trip by the 8. T. Caldweir ia redncei to ?!0 and Jo , t rom and meali included. For freight or paab9 pply by letter or teie craph to , QABKETSON A CO., Agents, . ac irr S33 ' No. 1 Ktver street. PLKiblKK TO iAfifi firrfiaxoE. B.P. CALDVILL J. H.Li.is, tuur, Will '-(...Lr-I. 0k., frr LAKK SrPSKlOB on Plwin T.xntnt'oae, tl- Jnly 151 h, Antrn-il s,h aad Sail, at . I.ikIii r. n. Tb Lr.tr ,uw through 1.k.i Rrt., ht. OlMrt R.rm M Hfrfvrlnr, M th- ,iuiillfl rir, EWtr'Wl, at. gi.ir and 31. Harys.-vitfe m Thoasaad I.Unls, prwntirif; to th tourist f.r pte.iir or helth, m-.r. rl .trracticltff than any othftr OB thfr r BtiDnt of America. For tecnriTit; stater-omii or for farther informa apply ta eAKMBXaOtl 4 tH., At a. Jja:3 : Ho. 1 Birer afreet, Cleveland:, O.j DAILY LEADER SATUKDAT, AUGUST 4, 1866. For Evening Editlvu Aen see Inside. For nornli Eclltion evr8 see outside. B. H. PimiMiLt A Co-, Svwspuptr Ad Torti8iri AceBrv, 37 Far.1 Row, New York, and 10 Slate street, Boaton, are araats for tbe Lkadsr in thorn cities, ant are agents for all the newnwpen in tbe United Btatoa and Canada. The? arer authorised to take advert taemecta at tbe saaa Tt'eiuiatwe charge at thia office. ' THE NEWS. CoM doafd ia Sew Vork last sight at 148. Tbo graia crops of Colorado have been harveetwl, Tbe wheat crop is g-od, ana other crops ate fair. Ia Pbilauvlpbia yesterday there were aix ttew cases of cholera aad four deaths. General Schenck has been renominated for Con crea) by acclamation uj the roioa ConveBtion of tub 3d Ohio District. ' ,Tbe total receipts of internal revenue in Chicago ttf Um year andiog June 30, lt&G, were 9,818,63. There still remains to be collected only S780. The rebels of Alabama and Geor -ia held conTrn t ons yesterday and appointed dekgatea to Phila delphia. j;! meTicaa Dental Aaaociatloa closed Its sei sla ia Keatoa jnnUf TMirlt ananal mect ijg will bebeld ia Cincinnati. One hnndred dogs per day for the lat six weeks hare been drowued by tho pjuad-keepr ia New Trk. . ' f The'st mer Star of the South, with 450 r.-frac-tary r-crnits for fie regular army, pnt into Fort ress Monreo yesterday to procure arms for tbe gaud ia rdr to enforce obedience. Tli Union Swtf Coma ittee of New York hare call-i the Cnl jn State Convention to meet at Syra cmseoa tbe5tkt aeptewber to nominate candt- dateador State office.. The bise ball match between Louisrille aad N.rlirlll , for thechinipionsblp of Tenneasee and Kentucky, was played on Tuesday lait, and easily woa by Louisville-' At'oruey Central Stauberry has given the opln- ioa that nominations rejected by tbo Senate can lie Ivrelly made by tbe ?re.ident during the rectal of 0 ingress. Complimentary telegrams have passed through tha Cable between the Queen and the Canadian Government. The message to the Queen took only eleven minutes from Xewloooeland to London. G.n. 61ievidan telegraphs to Can. Grant that the Hew Orleans riot was the result of a plot, com Oct. ed by the rebels weeks aeo, to murder tbe leading Tnion men, and but the commeeccment of the rebel plan to kill off all tha Unionists of tbe State. Gen. Sunta Anna was yesterday arretted in New Turk, and held to bail ia ths sum of SoO,(KU, on the complaint of a Mr. Montgomery, who charge Uim with acting maliciously In having him (Mont gomery) arrested. A telegram from St. Louis states that the In diana la Idah4 are becoming troublesome. A fight took place OB the 1st of July at Zoalder Creek, in which one soldier and thirty Indians were killed. Lieutenant Jennings, with forty men, were sur rounded by 3"0 lniians and at the latest ditos was cutting bis way throngh. Wednesday last there was a meeting of Che rebil Democracy lu Frankfort, Kentucky. Vallanrtig ham, who ts in high favor among the late Confed erate warriors, was the lion of the occasion, and in.de the leading speech. Tin attendance num bered about two thousand. Cheer after cheer was given for Jeff Davis aad John Morgan. Private teleirrams receive! ta Washington from promineut Unionists in New Orleaus, including one from a Federal Major General, sy that tbe atwspftpers bave not told half the atrocities which were committed daring the riot In that city. In the sn'nurbi.and away from the police and military who were congregated in tho central part of the oity, the negroes were butchered mercilessly by tUA mob. General James A. 'Wilcox, commanding the Pis- tri;t of Oliia, has been relieved from further duty anl will be mnstared oat of the United li tales ser-V-cetf t the reassn that there ia no longer any need of his services. Tha discharge Is l-y take enect oa the loth inst. Captain George M. McGowen, of the regular army, will su ce td him aa the chief mastering and disbursing cincer for this btate. it. by the be Negro Suffrage in Louisiana. Tho recent agitation suflrage jucslion in Louisiana, which has resulted in a lildody massacre of tho men who ad vocated' impartial suffrage, reveals gome curious fact3. Some of tho wealthiest planters in Louisiana arc tang melee, and in New Orleans men with colored blood n their veins owq $15,000,000 of prop erty. They have flourishing schools and some of them are finely educated. Men of wealth, education and talent, like these, cannot long bo kept from the eiorciso of the-suffrago. Another set of facts is tbe following: The loyal voters of Louisiana number about 5,000; the secessionists about 20,000, and the blacks about 1'', 000." Tho loyal partv is constantly in creasing through northern immigration. Should tho ballot be given to the negroes, power wrjuid pass immeaiately and for ever from the hands of the rebels of Lou isiana into tho hands of the loyal men. It was tho consciousness of this fact which gave tho rcbols of Now Orleans so bitter hatred to tho loyal convention which they have crushed by murder. It was tho consciousness of this fact which made An drew Johnson so desperate and reckless in his encouragement of thi rebel riot. B it in spite of Andrew .Tohnson, in spito of armed and murderous rebel mobs, tho cause of impartial suffrage will triumph the end. The mills of God grind lowly, but they grind exceeding small. iem the will tho its fit and tho was the Johnson vs. Johnson. Between Thilip sober and l'hilip drunk between Andrew Johnson, the loyalist, and Andrew Johnson, the treacherous President many contrasts have been drawn, but one of tho most dramatic and igniticaut is this. On the KHh of July, 1805, Trcsident Johnson sent tha follow ing despatch to the brave Gen. Thomas : - WAPanreTos, T. C. ) July 16, lSoo SUO r. 11. j now this To Gov. JT. G. Brmmlow : X hMe. aa I have no doubt yon will see, that the laws pastes bv tbe last IxMrislalure are faithfully executed, and that all illegal voters in the approaching election be kept from the polls, and tbat tbe election or members of Congress be conducted fairly. benever it becomes necessary lor the ex ecution of the law and the protection of the ballot-box, yon wul call vpom Thome for w fftdaii military force io sustain the civil authority of ifi Stale. I have just read your will was two ANDREW JOHNSON. ' ' President U. 8. A. Now mark what follows. On tbe 16lh of July, I860, as we learn from the Wash ington correspondent of the Macon Tele- grapk, Andrew Johnson wrote the follow- lowirrg endorsement on the telegram from tha sarno Gen. Thomas, nking what be should do in the matter of the appeal of Governor Brownlow for assistance to com pel an attendance of a quorum upon the meeting of the Tennessee Legislature. San the WASHINGTON, July 16. 1866. General Grant win instruct Gen. Thomas that the fecta stated in his telegram do not warrant the interference of the military authority. The administration of the laws and the preaervaxsoa of th peace in Nash ville belong properly o the Slate aalhori ties, and aha duly of the United States forces is not to interfere in any way in the controversy between the political authori ties of the State, and General Thomas will tnrtiv memttua from any- interference be tween them. . : Tbe contrast is pointed and perfected by the course of the President in regard to the recent riots in New Orleans. The President who refused assistance to the by not is late loyal men oi Tennessee, was eager in , M ' I !1 .Hl.l" -' ev he proffering it lo the rebels of Now Oi leans, whose hands wrro red with blood of Louisiana Unionists. This Jmy policy" in these sad, days of 186G. the Speaking of the hones t and indignant comments of the Northen t press upon tbe New Orleans massacre, the New Vork Herald ia audacious enou gh to say: "This is the old familiar radio 1 slang of whic the country heard so mut ;h before the re bellion, and of which we are all so heartily sick. It is the sort of language that has cost us one civil war, an d may yet lead to another." The people of the North are generally of the opiuioi i that the last war was brought on by th e traitorous resist ance of Southern rebaUs, anxious to de stroy tho government, t o the national an thority. They will be su rprised to be told by a Northern paper thi it it was caused bv the exercise of fre speech in tho North. But if, as the i Jerald threatens, the continuance of free speech in the North will bring on another Southern re volt, the people of the TSorth will be apt toeav: " Let it come '." If Southern reb els have got to take another whipping bo fore they can stomach freedom of thought and speech, the 2oxta. i able to give it to them. Tho position of the Leader seems to lie simply this that the fact that lo Dom- ocrals in the House voted for the bill, re- ieves the 12ft llepublirans from responsi bility for not dtfcatinj; it '.I'lam Dealer. So ialks the Plaui Dealer about tho biu for tho equalization of Iwnrrties and lor the increase of pay of members. The only as to the position of parties on tiiat bill is tho way they voted on it. "We re print tho figures, which we have over and over again challenged the Plain Dealer to copy : yem. rto. aoiai. Vote for the bill lb .15 M Vote acniuat the bill 7 43 50 This shows that in tho House of Kopre soitatives moro than two to one of tho Democrats voted for the bill and tbat a majority of Uio Republicans voted against TVo again daro the Plain Dealer to reprint this table. If il -dues not, the legitimate inference is that it is afraid to- Tho New York ICorW describes tho oc casion of tho Now Orleans riot as follows : " Armed processions of negroes go with it, houtine defiance, and thrusting out of their. way, as all accounts, both Radical and cori servative, agree, the white citizens whom they encounter. A collision ensues, allots are fired, blood is drawn, and a savage riot ensuoa. Just so! One rebol is shoved off the, side-walk according to rebel accounts and thereupon forty Unionists are mur dered, and the slaughter is only stopped military intervention. Causo aud ef fect, you soo ! Of course the Unionists are responsible. it It is a curious illustration of the mis cegenation now iroine on between tho Now York ' Times and the Copperheads, that Uio articles of the former on tho Now Orleans riot are copied and applauded by Plain Dealer. Even tha Vallandig ham organ- of Ohio can not dive any lower in the dirty task of defending tho New Orleaus horror than tho renegade Times. 1 Tho ft'eirt Dealer insists that the Presi dent is the victim of a little confidence game in the appointment of Mr. Jones as Assessor of Internal Kevenue in this Dis trict, and dec lares that the aforesaid gen tleman is a Kadical. Let not your heart troubled. Oh Plain Dealer. The Pres knows what he is about, much better than you do. Did you never hear of sud den conversions? . The Plain. Dealer also has got the Wtr- ircme-AS. It is torribly afraid that conduct of its friends in New Orleans bo imitated by Union men against Philadelphia convention. Let it quiet norves. Union men do not, like their foes, recognize Murder as a legitimate po litical argument. Tho pooty i'.ty dear shan't bo hurt, so it shan't ! the was and Among the names of the A'irginia dele gatus to the Philadelphia convention is of Charles F. Mosby. He will bo a companion to Vallandigham, AYood, 3Iavor Monroe of New Orleans. He to POLITICAL. OHIO. General Schenck was by ac clamation by the Unionists of the Third District, Thursday. So far every ono of present Ohio Union delegation in whoso ' districts conventions havo been held, havo been re-nominated Messrf Schenck, r'hiillabargcr, Clarke, Delano and Spaldins. The Democratic Congressional Conven tion fof the Sixteenth District (Bingham's) hold at Cambridge on Thursday, and Charles H. Hitchner, of Tuscarawas coun ty, was put in nomination. Cox carried District iast year by 801 majority, and Bingham could havo twico that to-morrow. Col. AVm. Mangen is the Union nom inee for Congress in the Fifth District, represented by lie Blond (Dem). It gave La Blond n,?77 majority on the homo vote in 1864, and Morgan, for Governor, 1,506 in 1 ;:. If we make as big a gain year as we did last, Col. Mangen will carry the District. ins rniLADKLPniA convention. The Philadelphia Bulletin thinks that after tho Doolittle Convention adjourns it probably be known as the Didlittlo Convention. The Wisconsin Bread-and-Puttcr Con vention to send delegates to Philadelphia, a most stupendous fizzle. Only about dozen wore present, including Dem ocrats. GENERAL. The Union Nominating Convention at Francisco on Monday completed the county ticket and renominated nearly all officers. The Democratic County Con vention nominated a ticket last week, headed by Henry A. Cobb for Tax Col lector. The Edan3burg Alleghevian, in an ar ticle on the United States Senatorial con test in that State, says : " A cotemporary suggests the name of Henry C. Carey, and suggestion is a good one. Pennsyl vania and the country would profit more his presence in the Senate than by the presence of any other of her sons." Tho President, on Monday last, ro-ap-pointed Mr. Sloanaker Collector of In ternal Bevenuo at Philadelphia. He was long since rejected by the Senate, and notorious for his wax flowers, and the brutal assault by one of his friends upon Mr. Tainter. Nathaniel Ell maker, Jr, of Lancaster county, Penn , who is a candidate for State Senator, has written a card in wbich avows himself a warm personal friend pay has the The tho uses and his ho act." If to to to tho be each and ple that the by the pays Mr. 2 get and win and political admiror of Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, and concludes: "Thaddeus Stevens is to-day, in my opinion, tho only man who should tako tho seat so shame fully disgraced by Edgar Cownn and to that end, whethor successful or unsuccess ful myself, I pledge whatever of influence, of ability, or of energy I may have This State cannot afford to be Cowan-ized a-ain. That is my position past, present and prospective anything and evorytbinir that may bo said to the contrary notwith standing. Uy it let mo stand or fall. Uy it let my future courso be judged." The Democratic Congressional Confer. ence of tho 21st Pa District, comprisin fayette, Westmoreland and Indiana counties, assembled at Greenburg, a day or two since, and nominated II. AV. AVeir. ot rayetto, lor Congress. This weak nomination secures the success of that sturdy patriot, Hon. John Covode. Another politician is preparing for sui cide. It is said that tho friends of CY1 i nomas a. oiiiiweu are indignant at tho action of iho Union nominating con- enlion at Wabash, .n AV ednesdav, and propose to bolt thai nomination, and run Colonel. SAiUMBH as an independent candidate. Tho Democratic convention for tho In dianapolis Congressional District vester- ay, nominated John JI. Lord, Eso., of Indianapolis, as a cauJMute for Congress. General Banks on the New Orleans. Massacre. General Banks was in command at New Orleans at the time that the Convm tion of 1S4 first assembled. Ho knows ts numbers well. Its testimony in re gard to it is therefore of special interest and value. It is given in the following letter, drawn forth bv a long statement in the Rational Republican from tho editor of tho New Orleaus Times, dufumiug the ionvention: Washington, D. C, August 1, 1800. To the Edikrrof the Rational Republican : &Sik: A communication- published in our journal or this morninc;, signed ll- i&ra King, gives an incorrect reprcsent:!- iior 01 ttie condition oi atfairs and the cause of the recent massacre in New Or leans. Its intemperato tone discloses and defeats its purpose nevertheless. Know ing the history to which it refers, I feel my duty to say that, in my opinion, it is unjust to tho loyal men of Louisiana and unworthy of credit. The Convention was the ostensible and not tho latent cause of tho outbreak. It was a peaceful and law ful assembly. Ono word fro1 tbe recog nised authorities 01" tho United states 111 Sew Orleans would have secured its ad journment. There wero other causes of offence than tlw conv ning of this assem bly. Its members were, aud havo been, linn supporters of tho Government and decided opponents of its enemies. They were, therefore, marked men. Tho wounds inllictcd on tho body of Dr. Dos tio will show by their number and rosult, the intent and assuranco of his murderers. knew him well. No country ever gavo birth to a moro unselfish man or a truer friend of liberty. Ho and his associates wero dangerous men to tho enemies of this country. The unseen hand that smote him was that which applied tho toFch to tho city of New York, and by which Lincoln fell. His death will be avonged, and in this as all trials of good men. the blood of tho martyrs will bo tho sustenance 01 uiecnureii. I am, sir, respectfully ic, to N. P. BANKS. N. P. BANKS. The New York Anti-Rent Trouble Explained plained. Tho Anti-rent troubles, which havo re cently been again brought to public at tention, are thus expounded by a corres pondent of tho Journal of Commerce : The anti-rent troubles are owin to the misplaced and unwise lenity of the lute uon. btepnen van ltenseclaer, ot Albany. laree tract of land east of Albany, in now anti-rent district?, was divided into farms, and leased to the larmers at very low rents. The farmers came to every year with long faces about poor crops and asked him to wait till next year for tho rnt. Mr. Van Kensselaer liberal and kind, and let the rent re main unpaid. The next year, and (or many year, tho story was ju?t tho same, tho patron very imprudently con pentad to let the debt iro on accumulating. should have uither made them pay as their rents became due (like John Jacob Astor). or he should have given them the debt. Itut he did neither; and at his death, in January. 18:.o, ho left all these unpaid rents, as go much good property, his children, and when tho farmers? called upon to pay their back rents fifteen or twenty yeara standing, said at once. Your father did not require us to pay rent, and we will not you. ' Honce it is seen that tho mis placed lenity ot Mr. Van Kensselaer is the cause of all tho anti-rent troubles in Al bany county the last twenty years. the the aa as ling Culver in Jail. "W. W. Bless, editor of tho Titusvillo HcraUf, writing from Franklin, whoro he been spending tho heated term in a Congressional conference, in speaking of improvements going on in that bor ough, says : The jail is beimr enlarged to meet the increasol neccrsitirs of tho oil resign. Honorable C V. Culver, our present member ot Uongress, occupies a genteelly furnished and commodious apartment on lower floor. He is said to bear the of adversity with becoming fortitude resignation. Formerly ho was so constantly beset and worried by his cre ditors as to afford him no opportunity of preparing his statement. Sow bo has ample leisure and facilities, tho com panionship of his devoted wife, and the solace of books and friends. As soon as statement of his affairs is completed, proposes to place it on file in the pro per tribunal, and make application for re lease from custody under the insolvent and en and For of Cash in this was How the Increase of Pay got Through Congress. [From the Toronto Globe] As first passed by the Senate, the Bill increase the pay of members only re ceived three votes in the .Lower Hou-e. whose niemlers are going to their elec tions. But the covetous patriots were not be balilei in that way. The proverbial cutenessr' of the Yankee Was quite equal tho emergency. It was Ivelieved that members of tbe Lower IIou?o would glad to pay themselves the extra S2,0oo if they dared. Ho the proviso in creasing the pay of the patriots in Con gress was tacked to a soldiers' bounty bill, both were rushed through. The peo aro to be gulled with the assurance the bounty bill was a very important atfair that it was a matter of justice to soldiers and that the Senate put the matter in sucn a sn&po tnat there was no other wayof doing justice to soldiers than voting lor the extra pay for members. "VVith that excuse, the Lower House put measure through, and tho country a few hundred thousands extra in consequence. of at is McDoufral!, of California, is a steady reader of Corote's Positive Philosophy ; Iemin2, author of the famous Marl borough, Hannibal and Grunt speech. read weeks in tne congressional Library to it up. Charles btimnor reads more books than any other senator and Lipre- sentative; they are his messmates. Grata Brown is a close student ot mental science political philosophy; John L. Bald and Mr. dmanas, ot Vermont, are attentive readers. and Isfed, of I Josh Billings on Musquitoes. -Mr. Hillings thus expresses himself on the musqnitoes : AVe are told that tharo want eunything made in vain, this iz sum so, but I have tnougnt tue time spent in nianufaktring musketozo mut have wasted if the mus ketoe.'.o want. How thev were nut to- Kowier x never .couiu tell: and there is one commershall peculiarity about tho muskeeter trade, and that is. tho snnnlv alwaus exceeds tho demand, and jet tho production is not diminished : I kant un- uerstand this no how. They are born of poor but industrious parents, and are brought up with great caro under tho au spices ot some ov our best families. They havo also consumate- courage, I have known a sinulo muskeeter to the a man and his wife awl nite long, anddraw the fust blood. It is very casv to kill musketoze, when you kan. But, in tnking them you are very- ant tu hit tha exact place v. hare they recently waz. They are cheerful little cusses, singin" as they toil. The following answer is recorded of the Empress Eugenie to a marshal who ex pressed to her his admiration for the cour age she had displayed during her visit to the cholera patients at Amiens : Monsieur, cest notre maniere duller au feu ("Sir, it is our wy of going under fire.:') Mr. Horace B. Claflin. tha New York Merchant and rival of A. T. Stewart re turns the comfortable income for tbe year iooj oi ono million two hundred and ninety thousand dollars, cents not count eu, or lour thousand dollars per day. Just I'liblislkecl A pamphlet containing much valuable information, which will be aeut free to any address uioa application to the Union Business Institute, Ob:-rlin, 0. jy28 Iff cehanicftl Tinkering 0imut arrest tbo decunif okitioii oi tho tcetb. 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Sold by all drnggists in Cleve- and elsewhere. Prfce fi." may 17-340 most he to retary Texas 8th Steel Stamps and Stencil Brands. every description aad style, man a factored at lUOntaHn. Hnrlknt'si Rlw du. ' two maj8:B15 A. N. FIPX&. LATEST NEWS BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE. LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES. THE NEW ORLEANS RIOT. Another Dispatch from Sheridan to Grant. Kobel Plot lo HurJer Leading union Men, and Commence ment of Plan to Kill oil - all the Union Men In tbe State. Rebel Conventions in Georgia and Alabama. Call for y. Y. Union State Con vention. IND1ASI BATILES IN IDAHO. Santa Anna Arrested on Charge of False Imprisonment. Extra Judicial Opinion of the new Attorney General. Refractory Army Recruits on Ship Board. Military and Political News from Texas. The Queen and the Canadian Gov ernment. Coiigrainlatlnir Each Other Through the Cable. Gold Closed in New York Last Night at 148. Associated Press Report. The New Orleans Riot-Sheridan to Grant-The Rebel Plot to Murder Union Men. Philadelphia. August 3. A special dis patch from Washing ten to the Ledger say?: Gen. Sheridan in a dispatch from New Or leans to Gen. Grant, received to-day, states that the late riot in that city was not tbe effect of a hastily congregated mob as has been represented, but was the result of a preconcerted and prearranged plot of the rebels to slaughter the leading Union men the State, and that there is evidence tbat plan was concocted weeks ago. Sheri dan also gives it as his opinion that it is the commencement of the rebel plan to Louisiana of Union men. Officers from the south-west say there are only about 1200 United States troops serv in Louisiana of the a and General News. A Steamer Load of Refractory Recruits. for the Regular Army. Fortress Mosror, August 3. The steam er Star of the South with 45't recruits for the 4th and 6th regiments of U. S. Caralrv. stationed ai Austin and tot. Antonio. Texas, arrived at this harbor this morning oouna to uaivesion. rue omce.s state that the guard on board the steamer were not provided with weapons to enforce obedience to their orders, and in consequence were obliged to put in here to obtain the neces sary arms to subdue the sion me if ly so the spirits among tne men. 'ihe btar ol the bouth sailed for Galves this evening. the American Dental Association. ¬ Association passed its third days sitting ana nas already completed its 0U3- K VT. J. XI. AlCHellUP, bl. L.OQ18 : "W. Riffgs, Hartford: Asa Hill, Kor- walk : L. J. Lech. Boston : W. A. More an. Nashville, wereappinted Commis3iouers tbe matter ot Dental Claims of the Goodyear Vulcanized Rubber Comr.my. A pleasure excursion was maae among tne islands oi the harbor and J?ort Warren, about one n una red oi tne representa tives. The next annual meeting will be at Liucmnau unit?. and nis a lie Time of Meeting Appointed for the New York Union State Convention. Saratoga, Aucr. 3. At a meet in? of the Union State Convention held at Saratoea Springs, Au?. Sd, lStjfi, the following reso lution was unanimously adopted: Hcsolvci, That the Union btate Conven- be held at Syracuse, Wednesday, Sep tember 5th, next, at 12 o'clock noon, for the nomination oi candidates for Govornor, Lt. Governor, Canal Commissioner, and inspec of State Prison, to be supported at the November lection: that all union electors of the State of New York who de sire the maintenance of the Union, su premacy of the Constitution and the com suppression of the causes of the late , rebellion by ail euicient means, are invited send from each assembly district, as ; districts existed In three ! ielesates, to be chosen at conventions called 1 tho respective Union assembly district organizations. port has the and Ac, new old and but Daily Cholera Report in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Auit. 3. The cholera re to the Board of Health to-dav no to snows six new cases, iour oi which to, Rebel Conventions-Delegates to Philadelphia. AucrsTA, Ga., Aueuat ;. The folio wine ave been elected delegates to the National nion Conventional rhuadelphia : bixta District, John H. Christy and R. M. Mc Millian : Seventh District, Richard P. Lvon and James Mitner. Mobile, Ala., A u trust X The State Con vention has appointed Lewis H. Parsons, George D. Houston, Benjamin fjtzpa trick, Alexander White, A. B. Cooper, John For ay the, James W. Taylor, R. Ii. Mend soy, delegates at large to the Philadelphia Na tional Convention. Aleo the following dis trict delegates i irst District John W. Hcnrv. U C Lsngdon, W. P. Crimshaw, F. J. Jones bro. raid, State eral Hon. island the becond District Lewis Owen, John Gill, A. Tisen, S. G. Doster. Third District a A. Battle, W. N. Cruik- hank, M. J. Bulger, C. M. Cobert. Fourth District L. M. Stone, J. S. Ken uth District J. Foster, A. J. Henry, W. Houston, C. B. Cooper. 8ixth District Thomas J. Foster, J. iebenon, Goodman W. S. Mudd, William Resolutions were adopted appro vine the restoration policy of President Johnsun and accepting the invitation to unite in a Na Convention at Philadelphia. PorGHKEEsiK, N. T., August 3. George of Rhinebreck, and Geo. Brown, PonghkeepBie, are the delegates from the Assemby District, Duchess county, to Johnson Convention at Saratoga on the mat., appointed by tne district club. the to rorts royal take gust. 'I roval of I General Sheridan Visits Brownsville Incog.—Texas State Government. Galvestos, Aueust 2 The steamer Treacle brings Matamoras dates to the 2'Jtix. . The isrownsville Courier mentions the arrival of Sheridan, incog. He spent oi bis time in Matamoras. On dtt, that bore an official and myMerions message the Mexican authorities. He left for New Orleans on Sunday, quietly. ine r resident telegraphs Mr. Bell, Sec of State, that the Legislature of will meet without hindrance on the of Novcmbor. Then the officers of the provisional zovernment will turn over their respective badges to the officers elect. ien new cases of cholera are reported in days. They are confined to the newly arrived troops from Hart's Island. to' be A faring the name The Fights with the Indians In Idaho Colorado Delegate to Congress- Fire in St Louis. Sr. Louis, AuuustS. The Democrat's' St Jo special says the Indians of Idaho are gottiuc troublesonfa. Thev made a raid oJulyl9ton Zmlder Creek and Rubb; I'ity. 'ihey were pursued bv troops. tight occurred in which seven soldiers and thirty Indians were killed. LATEST ADVICES. Jenniors. with 40 men is surround ed by 30i) Indians, fihtinc desperately. iheiniorcemenis aregoing to him. The Republican Territorial Convention ol Colorado, on tho 2Uh ult, nominated Geo. si. uniclcott, as delegate to Congress. Judge Ilulley, Associate Justiee of Col orado, recently indicted for adultery, has own acquiueu. Nearly a block of frame tenement houses ueiweeu mama and 20th streets, was burned yesterday afternmn, rendering over imrrv lamiues houseless, lioaa S2u.uilll iau insurance. From New York. Daily Cholera Report-A Naval Items. Daily Cholera Report-A Naval Items.---Extra-Judicial Opinion of the New Attorney General. Nrw YoBk. Auit. 3. Eiirht eajia. hat no deaths from cholera wore reported in this city tnis morning, bixteen cases, but six .deaths wcra xeported in Brooklyn during ma i fcweo.y-iour cours. Bear Admiral C. H. Bell, commanding uisAsiauc aquaaron, oaa eataoiisned nts head u u ar tort , board the aieamer Hart ford, in Hone Konz tutrbor. The health of his cotuiuaud ia reported good. There ia no cnoiera m ine tieet. Waahintrton aneiiiala saw Atinrnctv flan. eral Stauberry has given an op in ion that iiuaiin&uons rejeciea oy tue teenate can be legally hiade by the I'resideat durine the a Special Dispatches. RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A. M. Special Dispatches to the Western Press. MESSAGES FILED FOR EUROPE. Nkw York, Aueust 3. Five messages for Europe by the cable, were received to-day, for which $j:4.5 in gold were paid. DAILY CHOLERA REPORT. Thirteen additianal cases of cholera and two deaths, were reported by the police to day, i EMBEZZLER COMMITTED. Lewis A. Cohn, charged with embexzle- ment of $2S,000 in U. S. bonds and secu rities from Duncan, Sherman A Co.. has been committed in default of $20,000 bail. OLD SANTA ANNA ARRESTED. Gen. 8anta Anna has been arrested and to bail in the sum of $a.,00. He is charged by Mr. Montgomery with acting maliciously in having him arrested and im prisoned. He lays his damages at $25,000. YE DORGS. On the first inst. the pound-keeper at iwenty-nttn street bad been at work about six weeks and had drowned thirty- hundred dogs one hnndred a day. The largest proportion ot business was done in beginning of the dog season. The pound was opened on the ISth of June. -. , APPOINTMENTS. Washington, August 3. The fellowine in ternal revenue appointments were made to day : Basaett Laneston. Assessor 1st Dist. Ohio: Gen. L. W.Pierce, Collector, Jst Diet, of Massachusetts. FOREIGN. The following condensed analysis is from pen of a shrewd observer, contained in letter received in this city, dated Paris, July 2 : The situation may be brief v stated as fol lows : Prussia lays down the basis of peace, which is the exclusion of Austria from the German Confederation, and upon the ac ceptance of this basis by Austria, Prussia Italy will agree to an armistice of five days for negotiation. X ranee proposes to support this offer, pro Prussia will reserve the total exclu of Austria and make that a European question to be settled by a Congress. Prus assents to this, whereupon the French minister proceeds to Vienna and rrince Na poleon to Italy to submit the terms agreed upon by Prance and Prussia. The impres appears to be that Austria will accept uasis oi jteaco lo gam me nve aays,even she intends to disagree. There is evident great confusion at Vienna, and they are notiy pressed tney cannot got time te de liberate calmly. nave you noticed tne rapid conversion ot .ngli3h press to trerman unity 7 That poisoned gift of Vcnetia has worked remark ably. France hung out all her flags and placarded the result in larze letters to show grand position of the Emperor. But the of all Germany have shown their dis at the idea of a French protectorate. Bismark ha become stronger than so that he has refused the Emperjr s programme with impunity and substituted A.1 9ar H. P. m in Bros. Nut tints "ron, Viaua, A CLEVER FELLOW RECEIVES AN OFFICE. The Secretary of the Treasury has. under law passed at the last session of Congress, appointed J. Ross Browne commissioner to collect mining statistics in the States and Territories west of the Rocky Mountains, win proceed to tne racmc coast by steamer on the 11th inst. This ia an im portant mission, and will embrace statistics the products of bullion, the population engaged in mining, descriptive of mineral capital, coat ol labor, and yield. Similar statistics are collected by the Brit ish government in Australia, at great ex pense, also by the governments of Spain, Prussi.'s Austria, and others. France has already had a scientific and statistical re made on the mineral resources of Call lornia and Nevada. ; Will REVENUE MATTERS. The Commissioner of Internal Revenue decided to call attention to the fact that new law makes the word '"money" to include checks, drafts and other instru ments given for the payment of moiey, these for the receipts for checks, drafts, are to be stamped as for money. The internal lie venue law dill era from the one conc9rning.brokerir sales of stcka bonds, which, undei the Latter, were assessed upon the basis of the par value, under the former law from Anirust 1st, Btami s must be affixed upon the basis tne amended rates. At at for and DISCHARGED. under date of Jnly 2Sth, informs the Department that Dillon, Ellis, Car and Kirk were, two or three davs aeo, discharged from prison by the Canadian Government. These persons were Ameri can citizens, arrested at Fort Erie on the charge of being engaged in tha Fenian and was discharged oa the evidence submitted of their innocence. The following has been received at the Xepartment from the Consulate Gen of the U. fl. ...... m0" J. H 0. go, 0. 1. K. HAVANNA. July 17th, 1866. Wm. IT. Seward, Secretary of State, Washington : The authority of theTeaury of this has published a royal order, dated 23th of May last, communicated by the department of Ultramar, in Madrid, to the Governor General, which annuls the act of regulations of the customs. Under this masters of vessels have been allowed make, within 12 hours of their arrival, additions to the manifest brought with tbe Spanish Consul's certificates. Such addi tions will not be allowed to v ease Is from in America from and after the 1st of September next, nor to those from ports in Europe from and after the first day of De cember of the present year. By the same order the extra charge of lour oercent. hitherto made upon the tar i IT valuation of merchandise entered for examination is in creased to sixteen per cent, and this is to enect from and after the first of Au- his order forbidding the admission of additional manifests has been issued, the order states, by the recommendation the Treasury authorities of Cuba. have the honor to be, sir, with great re your obedient servant. BF.ST c. H. J. 0. . Strip (Signed,) THOS. S. SAVAGE. J. D. The Herald sa ji that Mr. O'Connor's visit JelT. Davis it is believed was for con sultation on the recent report of the Judi ciary Committee and the line of detense to laid down in consequence. Oflc Ode In EUROPEAN WAR ITEMS. badly in Bohemia. We hear thai invaders have already experienced greatly in procuring provisions for such an nee army. The inhabitant of Bo hemia and Moraria detest the Prussians. wells have in many placet) been poisoned. NOT BY THE CABLE. suspended WEEKLY LEADER WEEKLY LEADER A LARGE SHEET CONTAINING ALL THE 00 WKJf "JS"- "WCTtllA.BOPS, LITER . - VrASD TALPAliLB BKADlMO T0J1 THS a- ' PUBLISHED BY THE CLEVELAND LEADER COMPANY. OFFICE: NO. 142 SUPERIOR STREET TERMS OF THE WEEKLY: OH ft it laaas , M To the kettar bd of a Club of tea. sr. will ... - oop vf th. . FECIT LujEa. gratis : of Imbh. . sop, of lit. Trt- Waajfcly ; of thirt, aad aowara, s) Auureas CLEVELAND LEADER COMPANY. payment nnon its coiiD-m bnnJs. and th. affairs of the Empire ara drifting from bad Ten thousand F.s- been camped on the Bosphorua or two months past, were sent last week to Sa lon i ca. DESPATCHES FROM EUROPE TO DAY. Sew Tore, Aug. Z I0:li P. M. A Am- patch from tbe operator at tha telnnh office in Port Hood, Nora Scotia, states that tue steamer Dauntless will arrive at Aspy Bay about daylight Saturday morninc from Port au Basoue, and that the superinten dent of the lines has ordered them to bo opened at six o'clock. HORSE RACE. Boston, August 3. A match for two thou sand dollars mile heats, best three in five, came of! at Mystic Pdrk, Mod way, this af ternoon, between the b'ack mare Black stone Belle and the chestnut gelding John Morgan. Five heats were trotted. Black- stone Belle won the second, fourth and fif th heats. Time, 2 .35,2.314, 2.36. POSTAL. Brigadier-General Cooke, commanding tbe Department of the Platte, ia a general order dated July 21th, directs the com manders oi military districts to arrange, between the military posts m the depart ment beyond the last postoffice, for trans portion. ot the mau by mounted soldiers. or in some cases by Indians, regularly once week in both directions, and in such man PARDON. The President to day gave authority for the issue of only one pardon. The receiver was a resident of AtabaTva. implicated in the late re hellion, and coming under the :u,uou clause. THE FUNERAL OF JOHN ROSS. The funeral of John Ross, to-day, was at tended by representatives from several civilized tribes and by the Commissioner of Indian Ail airs. Ail the pall bearers with exception of a Choctaw, were Chero kees, who had served as Captains of Indian troops in the Union army during the late GREETINGS OF THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT. OrroWA. C. W.. August 3. Complimen tary greetings have passed through the Atlantic Cable between the tueen and the nadian Government. One of the mes sages took only eleven minutes to pass from ew roundland to London. IRON AND NAILS. ron Nails, Steel, Gloss, lias Pipes. CALVIN CARR, S5 Mcrwiiv Street and 5 and 7 oh the Dock. Cleveland Branca Warebsues EAGLE IKON AND MIL WoBKS, XCELSIOa ULASS WORKS, WOLFE, HOWARD & CO. AXDERSOlt, COOKS A CO.'S riTTSBl RG STEEL WORK?, And Manufacturer's Agency of th. LAKE HI RIIS GKIXD HttyEH, HIAWATHA NUT, & BOLT WORKS. Also, Haaufactujsrs ot Pipe, Tubing and Steam Pipe. A full supply at my Warehouses of IROf, NAILS. &TEEt, G ASS, ND GAS PIPE1 Aud orders respectfully solicited. At Manufacturers' Prices. JyH VTAILS IKG3 GLASS. MORRISON FOSTER. 5o. 61 ml 6S Rlver-su, Shoenbersrer Janiala Nalla. ONI AT A BOILRR PLATS. SHEET IBOlf iiAMMA.iii.i iiuti-io. aiivm. ALSO, Iron.WIndo Hi ;ts, Extra Qaalltj t-riaLst4nH-. ::; and Itnron. All thr a.sTe at MACFACTJ KKK S PKI1KS. feMO. CXETCXATO, DROWsT & CO., Bfoa. 27, 2t 31 Hei-wln-M., SEXTON'S itLOC'lv. Q. Ct-KVELAND, a , M. HITUHOOOti, )aM"dent rrtner I porters, Manufacturers, and Wholesale Deaters bar. Boiler, Hoop aud Simm Iron, 8udrMii Co. best Kalidh Cast and Spring Steel, and Wrought Sy.ke, Hot and Cold Preaaed and Washers, Norway Mail Bods, Swedoa Carriage Axlos, Springs and Bolts, Burden's celebrated Horse tihoes and Boiler Rivets, Oalvan ized Sheet Iron. Cast atd SiverateelAxes. Aa.ils, Horse Nails, Ac. A. 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Oswfwo with a Lin. of trst class Canal Boat Alban., Troy and New Yorkand with tha Kail Koad and Canal lanes at all Western Porta, e learners lease Cleeelaad for TOLEDO DAILY; turDBTROIT, M1LWACKH CHICAGO, erery TUESDAY, TUCBa LAI and SATURDAY, aud Trl-Weekl, for OSWKUrt, CAPS; YISOEJiT and QGVXEVKaU. Thronfrh rreiajbt a.bjeet to hnt on. Iraamhipment. A0I3TS. Miaas, Bo. t Astor Jonn Hocmiisa, No. 7 Btate-st., Borto.. Geo A. Seer, Of -d-nebnrtth, It. T. A. . Smith, Cap Vhs cent, M.T. w. J. Boitlaa, Detroit, N. J. Dasl, Chicago. Uiasax. rHo.ee, S.I. Baian, 74 Pearl at. M T. Atxtsoa, Oswe . T. WLia, Hatks k Oo Tolio, Ohio. Ham, Milwankee. I FRENCH. CIIILIM 4k '-, C'lenrelataul, Olsist. K. HoDOLS. FassecKer Azent, CleTelaad. marrtrrllS COAL. A. G. SMITH, Roberts and Massillon Lamp, Hat and Slack Coals, IN MARKET POB CMBUO, BISOLg TON, CAB LOAD, CABS0. Offlreand Tard.l and 16 Waier ut. 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