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CLITIIAK3 IKABM'lCUriJfT AILY, TRl-WSSKLYA Wx.aUO.T. (IBlll ails: ttorslsc M sVeBlag, by Tkl-WsiSS lf .. . agvata Hi vs-lsair, fur 1(U Ij1t. dpiswd i t Carrier, (.v-rcaing or fra. Ssyl 35 fwrt p--r -k. - - TrVs-:tv, -K rwwss. At"s - - ( !.W : .Ni. LVM: .MMY. ORDINANCES. Xi. t rp?cil tax f3 Tap4 trw-i. .-.. it orJatnrd br th Oity Orv-ne.1 of the Cily fc.f IVTp'ftnd two tliirJi of all tli mtMBbrra cvtiidrrlcf;, That the turn of verDttMm nu be Mtd tti wain ia luTrbr ! rW ar.J iw npca ch and fvT Tot front of th atventf lot or - ftaadi bolt bM lie or abutting upon Chapa atrtaut. iot th purpose uf pa;iu n. cot actl stipci. if gradiBtc atiit imiroTiur' aai-if trpW - - ' bee. 5L Thiit !li".wrr the error! !ott or parcla f taini ix-a UAltnir ojr abatttA uioa aai4 'hpj atrt-t, aiimtl lira a Tfrai tmuvnu f tOby by tnm TriNj du m itiat lK.iiJf, on or bfor the KifcUy or Aatn-t, 46, to ia Ofty Treacnrvr, rr dcd mIicy p r-a aa may bp aUo ni a to txjiiect tb? itsir, or ut- tttj'ct to the ;mht ai.y aad ioter'-Kt alwri by la a-'-.ioat thm cr rally if not paid tit the time lr nyn dceiKOfttvi. AH HtI axt B- To proTlrJe for the Dr-injj ai thr m ye. rtrr hyiort a I'-o-Inmbuaatiwt an C. 4 fMiw- tt it. BrioVc. fBC. 1. ft ord5i4 by flw HtT t5oBcH f ft eiiy of n.r-laai(rw:-ili;rdoraIlthiaEabm m corriuf:), Tbat thOuj attMftart Mmm4')mh w str-K aud the C.t C. A paastKrvr raOra4 bridge, b (I rrl cd1 or improved to a tut . fo rta aVjith of tUirtran f(-et, and tttat the kaier t-t doaa an-Ir ne direction Ed eupt'rTleutn of tL Board of nty lnprantiMau, in ancai naaiar and scuck mrm ad p!&caR( betwnj t)? p-iiaia aiiaMt. aa fany ball vlueK for tho N t intrrt-l of th 1'ity. Sec. a. Tkxt f-r to pon PaK la part the coat aoi expeoa vf aa:d iiupruveutuiit, fifty per orataia of the cci! ud rxi-i.M of th aatae abail br lrtf.i. or awwfod cpoo the lot or pac la of laud bou- iuf or abuttio up; n uaid river b twoon the jtolftts aforoMtifl, aid ui-MRicat to tta Blade at tnch IrtmM, to uch msuLer aed b'jtaaea ach poioU, duruc llis pro-raj cf tbfl as ay be d rurd ai4t oqui(!'ie fKC. 3 TIim ordJunua aitaU be U brrt; from and after its p-ac. -r Fa&aed Joly -1, ItoA. V. W. rKUTOil. rat. oftherow-il. G. 8. M'hmatoj, Aw't City Ck-ifc. aagJ-BH AS OKDIXACE To eRtabllsVtlic Rra J uf ivipL'uaf aireet betwea Jtrj street aiid ten acre lot. ' " . Sec. 1- Be it oidfnid br theC'itv (Sviiail dfthe City of ( b telaod, That tLv Rrade of th atre lineof Superior trn'. betwe n ilie euturly Una of tea acre lki So. or, anii t:.-nme la hsrt'fc wtabiish, at the fuitewioe Martf b at:ve th Daw of kx M nrWfui laMMB4 by ordiaaac- to wit: At (tic eiwierly liuo i.f fctii; etre-jt 7 5-lo foct; at the f-rntre H-e of Mairaon tr.et 7'J ff-TV ffcet: ami a ilie we'lcriT line of teu acre lot o, Vk i.S f.et; arid that the ffrain line between tuw atorcnK'atijaieU 101 nt of elevation M nml it ta aad in arovi-dattoe with th profile of Raid fcuperlor treet as r:-oru d a ro! atoe pugti o of prou.ea, in toe uuv 1. 1 vii fcujr!:er $ Uicc . fMKli i-.ly si. lew. fc " F. W. PKLTOV, rri't of the Conoctl. O. 8. Wiiero?f, A't City Clerk. aoguvjtt A X OKUI.M.MK To provide for the J. i. are'letnr and inronnir or to Pnyibo! Kiver, h-tw.en tbo C, C. C. Pa-seuger it. K. uriote im Pniaeca atreet. - ' Sec. t. Be it ordatord hy the City Conncil of the Vtty of Cleveland it thirds of all tbaw tubers coBcnrrinf , That ta CoyaiKJia Kir r teitween the C C. C. pwenger ra lroad bridge and n r street, be dredeed and iainruutd to- a, nifrm depth of thirteen fet, 'and that.tlie kaste be done Baiter tfe direction, aodsui (miieu of th Board of City ltmpruT'mcnts, in mtuh Hiuuerad at such times and place", between thipoiuts a'oreaaid, as tcey suall daem tor tho o.st lU't n-i-U ul ihe city. 8eo. 2. Tht for the parpo of piyinR Id part tae cost Mid exiiesee or RtiJ lmnrorement, tilt v per centniu of the cu-t ajtd tk.piii of the aatue fhall ba Hvied or a-i"l c;ia Jaf Ion or f?aro-ls of land bonudiuf " ataut'ing ia said rirer. be tween tbe-polata aloreaaid) ssM aaareMiMpat to-be naaeataacatia.ee, or in so -a niiourr, ana be tween such po ot, darins tlie prajcross. of the work, as but be de mod nnwt equitable bee tt. This ordiaaAve ah ail be ut ferae from and after its pefaK. - Passed JnW iSffl. , - - - f. W. PKbTOK. PrniH cf the Ceo no I. Q. 8. Wuiaton, Aewfa-UntCityClerlt. - aagi: 339 AH VKBI5A$CE To urevltle fop the coaatucti'fn of a branch S"Wir or drain ta W alunt htr-tr west of Murttoa street. Stc. 1. lie it ordiiot-d by the City Ckmncil of the City of Clew-lead, (two ttnrdt afall tho m mbert conevrriuc, Ttiat a tune-vare pfpb, at-ver or drain, be oibtrvated in alnot treett from the matrsott strtet main fewer, weMeily to a point boot MWtfee; westerly from June street, with tb neceasarf house cunuecuoa pieces aad Hashing bote, iti accordance with the plan reeommendt-4 by the Board of City lskproreuieafs, and adopted by the City Couocil lOt, ao4 aoar cn tie in the City Civil Kaginoer'a ofhec. Sac 2 Tbat for tfee porpoae of constructing: aid sewer and dt-frayia? the oust tberasi, there be, and fs bveby iened and seieeeed toe sum of etgbty-eeven jnd a half cents r'iB7S) nPon oacb anderery fvtt fteot of tho anvurai lots or par eel of land bottudfueor abutting upon raid Wal But street, bxtvretu kLuirson and Krle streeta, ox oeptiog 116 feet of the frontage of tlie lot -ia the north -east conierof Alrie aud Walnut atrrets ; IU feet of the frontage of the lot on th souib-east corcer of said strxtt ; feet cf of the frontage of the lot on the north west comer of Muira a and Walnut slruets ; audit feet of the frontage of t lie lot oa the south-west cor air atuirsoa aud W al at street. - Sac. 3. Tat tb ownera-f ttis awrerai teta or lands boiminor abnttinif irpou Walnut trtt, between Muiraua ktrut and Arie str-et, sliali pty the several amounts of money ly them aereraliy due in that behalf, as soa as said sewer is com pleted past tbeir repfctive lots, to tiurh pern as Biaybeauth rized by the City (X uucil to eoUeci the same, or lsttbject to the peft!ty and interest allowed by law up&iust tSem sevaiaily if not paid at the time herein b-iirna4. ' Paeaed July il, lw..r. . , . ..... - F. W. PKLTO.S, Presid-nt of the Ccuncil. G. 8. Wnuwi, Assistant City (Jjerk. aujrJ :i9 AN To jrrade, pare drain and iiupteve Xnclid Arui frwn Per ry street to Wilson Avmae. Sec. 1. 15 it ordjaiued by the City Cw util of the City of Cleveland, (two-thirds of u.U the members ooBcnrrioK), That tad id tTmn, betweee the west side cf IVrry street and V)loa avenue, be grraded that the carri war and giitt rt be paved with the wooden bio k pavement (-o-clied.) the sidewalks carbud with stone, and the whole be properly drained said work to be done under the direction and to the acceptance of tho lioard of City Improvements. bEC It. That the cost ard expense of said gtad Ing, paving, draitffog aad imnrovio: be eettmatetl, levied and assessed upn the lots or p reels of lad bouadiuff or abuttiip upon said Euclid avenue be tween the points aforesaid in proportion to the amber cf feet front on each. Sec. 3, Tbat the corb lines of said Eaclid avenue botween lite points af resaid be hereby eetalUitcd at twety-oue feet from thoccater line and paralltl thereto. Passed July 31, ISM. F. W. PKLTOX, PreVtof theCoonril. Q. 8. Vf ttEaTuii, Aas't City Clerk. augli-SU A 5 OKDIiC1C-To lev j and assess a sp-oial tax nfroa Hecry Street feac. 1. Be it or.ism.'.l by the City Tonnci! of t;e City of Cleveland two thirds of all the members ooncnrriuK, That the "tint of si&t?eti and one-half coats be aad tim same is beri-by Ifvioi and aaswaeed npoa each aud every loot front of tbe several lots or paroels of land bou tiding or al'Cttilig uion Henry atreot, jor the pur)H uf paying tae t.ost aad expense o'grad aitd improving said strevt. Sicr. 8. That the oiicra of the several lots or parrels of laud bounding or ahatti!i uHjn sani Henry street, shall pay the several amounts of B')Bj by tbem severalty due in that b Latf, cn or before the 15th day J Anfrut, 1WS to the Ciiy Treasurer, or to eu-h otbvr pereoa aa nay be au thorised to collect tbe SMitH. or be subject to the penalty and interest allowed by law atcaitst them aererally if not paid at the time herein decinaled. Passed July si t W. PKLTON, Fret, of the Coaacil. 0. B. Wbutuh, Aeaittt. City Clerk. mngiJZti AH 0RDHA51K-T0 lery tndsse.i a special tmx oa West Street. Sax;. I. B it rrdine1 by I lie Oi'y Council of the city of Cleveland, (two-third of all ths mem'ers ooucurrine.) that the sum of four dollars and ten cents (4, In.) be aad the eanie it berety levied and aeseased apou each aud every foot front of the sev eral lots uf lands bounding or abutting upon West street, f-r the purpose of paying the cost and expert of grading attl paving said street. Sec. 2. That the owners of the acroral lots or paroeLsofland bound, t-g or abuttitg upon West street shall pay the several amounts of money by them st'TiT ly duo in that brhaif ;on or btMore tlie fifteenth dy of August, to tlie City Treasurer, or uch other person aa aiay be aathor tied to ootket the aiu, or be sul-jeet to tbe penal ty and in tor eat allowed by law against them sev eral I v if bm aid at te timo herein desiguated. Passed .Inlv -11. t.ti. k'.Vf. FkLTilV, Prei-Unt of the Conccil. G. S. Wheato.n, Ah-mb ant 'ily Clerk AnriW AH ORntyiXCr To lev una asses, a ipev-ial tax on Tnion Stmt. Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Conncil of the City of Cleveland (two-thjr t of all the members con urni'j, That the inn of eixty-eix cents (t,C6 be and the tao is hereby levied aud as sessed opotl each and every foot front of tbe sev eral lots or parcels of laud boondinc or abutting npoa L'niob stmt, between Superior street and St, Oair street, for the purpose of paying the oot and expanses of repairing the paving ot the roadway of aaid street bftween tlie points aforesaid. Src. 4 That the owo-n of tbe several lota or parcels of land aforesaid shall pr the several amounts of saoney by them severally due in that behalf, to the City Treasurer, ea or before the 'Sth day of Jaly, IS, c r be rnbieot to tlie iMfttlt? and interest allowed by law arait tben severnlly , if ot pa' a tae time na to tae person herein ae sifrnated. Paaaed Jaly 31, 1806. F. W. PKLTOW.Frestof ft CWractl. GJ. W acAToa, Assiatont city Ctrk. aotra9 AH OKBISi-M It To provide for the dredfnag and improvins: of the Oivahojra river between the worth aad of Government Pier and Colambas street. Sec 1. Be it ordaioed by the City OoHncR of the citv of Cleveland, (two-thirds of all the members ooeruniair). That the Cvyahowa river, between tbe orib end of tbe Govern ment pier and tbe Colum bia street brtrhre. S dre?red or improved to a nai- ferm detbof tbirteea f -rt, aad tbat te earners done anter tlf etrr-etfoa and Otervisioa of the Board of City Impr.s wnw in such mannar aud at much times and nlaoea betwa the poiata afore. aaid, as tbe abU deem for Use best interests of the city . . ; - - Sec. 4. That tsr the parposo of paying U part the cost and expense of &id Imprnvt-nieiit, fifty iw cMitua of the oasts and smensw or tee as shall be he vied an aseesed apon the 'ota or p reeks of land bvuodiag or alntttiug npoa aaid river be- tween the point aloresaia, satJ a.veemevi so saadeat sneb tiawi, tn ear mrTr, and between sacb potwesduilui; thr rrtrres or the work ac aaav he darawsl moat eoaitalde. " Sec. 3 This crdioance ebaU be la force frosn-amd after its parage. Passed July :tl. Ifft. F. W I'ELTOJT, Pres't of the Coutcil. 0. 8. WnxaTos, Ass t City Clerk. ang-2,aj ' 1 1 00 Mff IL. " -TTM 1-itj( . frts ' at aiid d tab's to For xp on Now estiag Oaie A tbe Seneca City 9th, the Seneca and . KO. Will At at TOt-aTH) J. B 0. O. Its sale I I I : : ; I - 1 ' " , - . : , Itlor liing Edition. VOL. XX-NO. 183. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Kimball Ketalic Clothes Line. celebrated Article ! .Jl nMr-tina: aiiu fauca brnr mtii the peoli fcKird bare aiiaadv JaTsated in ft. and ttere is tU cm to bhd. The As out will contiaae to rarvii it so tSoee in waavt, uatil (liecaiiiaos cu., oi tMWMtsr 'cropalurK in regard 0 UT V of the thuiir. tb; r respectfully ievited to tarahte untw -tn tfa tvilowius tiftj isotft a i-B Id aiditius to any c-rttr)aae Imrc- triore t-abitatra t tba aabtH: tajsaitot thereto. ' ( - a - CLBTSkaaB, July 3$th. This 1 o certify that we Lava vntd K1mballa Mela'fc (lotho U Be and And ft to be aM that it te recotnoMnded. It do s uot ruat or oorrodo, sod we can cheerrutly recommand it to all M the caeapeaf and best Hoe. in as. - ' I . Mrs. M AT GRT, 219 8 1. C!lr St, I Mji. CB AST.TS WASOSf. v Tf. Q CHIPMAM, H. D. I . Jin j. j ui'Hfia. f ' " u w trrrr f I "-" Mr-. PRiT.nrniunrbi.lv ? - -' v is to certify that I hare need the Metallc toi i.ue b three years and it is uow appa- reatly as sjood a new. I therefore chei fnlly re mttiaiead ii to be juet what it is rtpresentd. It wH aot i ast or ttaia clothes aori is tbTfore far eup rior to an la aa. 1 hra also kaova of ita need by other partiee for over tea yoars,ab4 titc aaut Limm ae stiU iu c- and ae cikkI a new. J. V. rOBSTTU, - 87 Vter-stM Ctf-v-Und O. Aarn-t ?dt is. - - aop6:3;i8 tiolden, Clarke & Wilson, SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY. SIBHMSIIIGGL BOOKS, Theological & Eellgions Works. S. S. REQUISITES, Card Monograms and Initials 1 t'ngraved and Printed. fito. 10S Mounoipnl Square, REMOVAL. KS. BLAIR A B.IKMCS, Office, cor- nor of Wood and Rock wt 11 8ta opposite Case Ball, Cleveland. 0FP1C1E BOCBS: A. O. SLA I K. Q. W. BA.KNS. t x.n .2 to 3 and 7 to 8 a. w.. 11 to x and ' 8 to 9p m. 5 to 7 p. m. Nicht calls may be left at 2o Bock a ell street. l?rHYGIENIOWINK,Tll GKEAT iMt'OBTKD TOXIC Vv4 by tbe best lamiliea tbroogeont Vurope Approvid br tbe Imperial School of M dicixe Paris Endorsed by the promt Brat Members cf the Amcr. Medical Aseociatioa. their convention, held ia Baltimore, May 1st, Ihijb. t on tains bo spiriie of any kind, and la therefore -N T 1ST0XICATIKG IH THE LEAST. It Is prepared in Paris from pure sjiebbt, and admit in its oom position otiiy tomio, abomatio rKtmirruE subsiance". Ladies will Ind it a deli Hons snbstitata for the Tnriius tonics which have an alcoholic body. MCiCAT FEU1LK is a rare wine of most de- livT'.tfnl flavor. It is be riraa j pic a of a Jiorr Kite tot 3 obape. It surpisiev in excellence any wine in tbe country, t'sed in orore tor sacramental purposes. Cfaarcb people are invited luquir into it. TUwe wines are sold by all druggist!. ALLEN CO., Cincinnati, Agents for Ohio, fui i 'i:eod-ma - NOTICE TO THE COLORED CHURCH. JUST PCBLfPHED, -f T Zieai HniB Md Tone Book, the barrfa. Prayer Mtetlnjr, School and Household; ts a c9nplete colle. tion cf yoor Slardard ii yaws aod Tos. desiKoeO for all the Oidsams of putlir and priva worship, prf juxed reiki y or tLeuctotea i-iiurca. biacle cor tee 3-5 cents etch: por dcxen. per La . died ftiaaaplo' oopy seat by mail receipt o lb rents. if S. BatAIIsAKD RONS, Jy31 ' rPbLlBnEKJ,.. i THE t Western Musical World ! ! For August, 1S66, . mdy, MatainiBg th mi) avaoeat of inter- raadiDC aadebuloe mw atoaic. BoUor per year ; single Cpie Tea Oats. t. BKA1.VABD Jt. Softs, PUBlISnSBS. 1)31 H OBDISIXCE-To repeil an Ordl canre entitled "An Ordinance to provide for dredging and improving uf tbe Cnyabora Kiver between the north end of tUe Gcvernmeut Pier an 1 street - 8i. 1 Be it ordaioed bv the ity Conncil of the of Cleveland, That an ordinance parsed June entitled mAb Ordluacce to pivide for drertping and improving oi tlie cuysBa.-a Kiver betWfen the north end of the Government Pier and street," be and th santa Is hereby re- peftled. K0. '1. That this ordinance shall be in force from after its puage. 1'asied July .il, m, jf. W. PKLTOS, Prea't of Coancil. S. Wrir'.Tov i-itnt City Clrk. augr::t9 CROCERIES, &C. CHAS. W. LEE, 154 OVTABIO STREET, CLEVELAKD, OHIO, ' t Koepi ooDstantly on hand inc Groceries & Provisions, ALSO, Butler, Cheene, Flonr, FrnlU, And all articles anally fonnd In a flrt-class FAMILY SUPPLY STORE ! Call and Kxamlne. m. Goorii dHTert4 to anT part of the cltT frte olclmrTf. lyl340 TRANSPORTATION. 18CGL- 1866. TUB KOBTKKRX IRAXSrOSUTIOI tOn or ohio. ivring th prMrat aMhaoa rua thWr well Ksowa aaa popalar LID of riKsr cuss screw steakebs bwuut iKTwaav deaf barg rpe Vincent I Oswego, aa CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, DETROIT, MIL WAUKEE AND CHICAGO, Toachingei Intorawdlate Fcrta. OoniiectiDC at Ogoenabareli with tha Bailrcad for po.lBt fortland. l.owt-Jl, tiawrenc?, Nashua. Bfooe, Manchat.r, Conoard, Voimtw. Xitchbanrh, Bcllowi I tilt, KsUasd, 1 ttcrlingtoa, ae., AO. Caps Vincent wrth th Railroad for Kcw Tork. Oawoc:. wtah a Ian. of firat claei Caaal BoaU for atbaay, Troy ana Ksw iork fcnd wlta tha aaU Soad ana Caaa) Unaa at all Weatara Porta. Stoarjaara leara deraSaad tor ' ( ' BAILT; for DKTBOIT, HILWAITKKB an. cail-AW, .T.ry TtKiuil, TUtatf-. DAT and SATURDAY, ana Tri-Wwily Smr OnWICO, CAPS TIHCtHt an. OfiCEKaBOBOU. W Thranrh Fnifrht tret U Mm AOBHT8. MTaaa, I'd. .Ajtor Joan Horaim, Vo.J Stata-at., ktoa. fiao . A. . EjJil, 0. 4nbar(jh, N. T. A. F. Sa ith , Gap. T! CPnt, N. T.-- ; , N. J. Ron Tta, Potrot M. i. ilowa, Chicago. Hwaic. Hoaa.r1.T. Bum, T -rl at. SI. Ca.ai.ra Alluok, Oiwa - ao, H..T. L : . , ., WiLita, Hatu k Co., Tolk, Ohio. i J. Kaia, VilwaakM. ' . t rgKXCH, CHILIW e Crerernad. Oata, x II. K. HoDOLaCraaaaoawr it.nl. G-tm. PKASt'S H.IIK tlSKWSK Stopt Hair from fallier off; restorea flrar Bair to orijoaal color, and is a superior dretwiiir. Far by CBQlrCaiiaL ft BOOTHS. IM Oatario s4ns. ri'llrri hrtn iihiiiiiiiii i in of was of orer may the tor . up .ill the Mr. and Lee now back and as be a her the or of too and poli-j- tha of has Thi is he and the T. 3. . of , the DAILY LEADER s jMUyPAYi UGViiT , 1866. isf For Evenlnff Aition icvi tee lnudc iaf For Sloralns E IiUcn News we outudc S. M. FimHiu, k Co.. JIbwiduiet Ad- Tertnine Aeener, 37 Park Bow, &w York, ud 1. State reet, Jiostoa. are azenta for the JjIAdkr in tham citiea. and are ageata tor ail th. nonraDnpon in the United Bta'vea an i Canada.. Tnej are ant horned to take adwrtieerevati at tk aame ruca that w. ehart at office. , . , THE NEWS. Gold closed In Sew York on Patnrday night at A tHb of para white aarblo baa baea diacorexa. at Buffalo Iowa. r ' . . The Internationa Hotel in New York Taylor's old fcr xon.ooo: ' Foor coot icta escaped from Sing 6iu Peniten tiary Saturday. The cebto brtnge newt of th. death of Mazzini the Italian patriot. Twenty- fire cast, of cholera and ten deatki in New Y jrk yesterday. Mr. Field tarora the pro-a with diepatchea from London Oi' oatnrday night. - The Nebraska wheat crop is the heaviest known in the history of tha Territory. The monthly statement of the Pablic Debt is given inonr nupatches front Washington. A cotton mill in Cincinnati was damaged by fire on Seturdi y to tbe extent of SJO.OOU. Job a Bntherford, formerly a Lienteeant OTer- norol Virginia, died in Richmond Friday n'ghtnt an advanced age. Liout. Botts, of the Frecdsnea'a Borean, La was an rderial by highway robbers in Jackson Uh Friday. - , The Commissioner of Internal Berenao has de cided ill at Barings Banks are liable to be taxed the same as hanks of sssae. Tw elve messages were filed in New York on Sat nrday for transaiasion to Europe orer the cable, lor ..'hid. 11,1'tt was paid in gold. Tl e Fenian Senate, which has been ia session in Indianapolis, passed resolutions condeaniog Pres ident Johnson and indorsing Congress. Ia New York and Brooklyn oa Saturday there were 60 cases of cholera and 20 deaths. . The total number of deaths in New York fur the week were 799. A large establishment in Albany, just fitted np with new nischiney for tbe manufacture of knit jackets, was destroyed by fire on Saturday. Loss Acboics tot of new amber wheat was received ia New York Saturday from North Carolina, the first over five years from that quarter. It sold for .2,85 per bushel. Th) Columbus (Ga.() Inquirer says a negro in that vicinity was recently skinned alive, dying in halT an boor thereafter, for perpetrating a rape upoa a white woman. Benjamin rpploaton and Butherford B. Hayes, the 1st and 2d Congressional District, Ciocin nati.' were on Saturday renominated as the Union candidates tor Congress. The number of passengers carried over the Indi anapolis street lilways during the month of Joly so Ten I y -fire thousand, and tha cash receipt8 were about nine IhousaLd dollars. Most of the daily papers io New York complain the excessive tariff of charges for dispatches tli a cable, and call for a reform. Too same b aatd of the eallre proas of the country, The Koymenalog Hall, in Philadelphia, used by 'Joveraaeat as a hospital during the war, and latuly taken possession of by the Board of Health cholera purpose,, was fired by an incendiary Betnrdsy and partially consumed.' JTbe latest Europoaa dates we have by steamer is to July 27th tbe day before the first dispatch came thronh tha cable. . Tha Moravian's news be found in tbi telegraphic coiums, aruang th's dispatches received Saturday night. It has been partly anticipated by telegrams through the cable. We hare at last somelhtDg definite orer the cable about the terms of peace between the con tending powers in Europe. See the dispstcbes to New York Herald, datod London, August 3d, received in New York, August ith (yesterday). Wo received a dispatch last night from New Or leans which road as follows : " Ur. Uatoe and B.T. Horton, officiating mioisters at late conven tion and this evening," which we interpret " Dr. Dostie and Bev. Mr. Horton di?d this evening' At a Democratic meeting held i. LouisviUo,Ky., Sat.rday night, addressed by Yatlaudigham, Pogh others of that Ilk, mention of the names of and Johnson elicited great applause, while those of Grant and fih-rmaa were received with Tie N.va Scotia' telegraph Une has been repair ed, and dispatches from Heart's Content are being transmitted over it t New York. We havo the London and Liverpool markets up to last Fiiday afternoon received in New York Saturday end in Cleveland Saturday night. 0a last Thursday afternoon Mr. Field telegraph ed Sir Alex Milne, Lord of the Admiralty, London, asking permission for the English ship "Terri'-le," at Heart's Content, to accompany the "Med war " iu laying the .able a Tons the Gulf of Su Lawrence. Friday morning Sir Milne telegraphed tbe desired nermissioa. The burglar who stole a larsre amount of money valuables from the Globe Horse at Bellair Last week was arrested at Wheeling. Instead of a man, the drees Indicated, tbe prisoner turned out to a young woman named Malinda Goltisborou.h, notorious female burglar who has bsea before t be courts frequently duriog the past two years. Cpon perou was found the check for SHkO, two of watches, and a small sn a of money. Tho President's commission to Wm. F. Johnson Pittsburgh, aa Collector of the port of Tbils (Mpbia, miscarried iu the mail and fell into tbe bands of a Radical Bepnbiican in the Cjnaker City tkeesme name, who thought the ofportunity good to let slip without improvement, and ac cordingly published a sarcastic letter ia the Phil adelphia Press Saturday, spurning the nomination bearing heavily on the Prestdnt end his " us. up oi ers s-.enes and not Dr. and was well As the is was the that POLITICAL. OHIO. Ronjamin Eggleatoa. aad R-JL-JXaes. representatives from the First and Senond Ohio Congressional Districts (Cin cinnati) and both sound Union men, were renominated on Saturday. Gen. R. P. Buckland, the representative the Jfintb. Ohio District in Congress, received the brevet of Major GoneraL honorary rank is wcrthily bestowed Brevet Brigadier General W. H. Bali engaged in the hopeless task of organ izing a Johnson party at Zanesville. Thus is paying for his appointment to the Collectorship there, vice A. A. Guthrie, removed. THK PHILADELPHIA CONVKXTION. A Copperjohnson State Convention held in Springfield, 111, on Friday, nominated the following delegates to Philadelphia affair : Hon. H. Brown ing, Adams county; Gen. 3. A. McClern and, Sangamon county, Thos. J.Turner, Stephenson county; W. R. Morrieon, Monrre county; Hon. A. J. Knykendall, Johnson county, C. L. Higbee, Pike county; D. K. Green, Marion county; Col. L. Dickey, La Salle county; Isaac Un derbill, Peoria counyfe A. G. Burr, Scott county; W. Fithian, Vermillion county; S. Marshall, Hamilton county. that the" men. by were a by the Esq., their GENERAE. Hon. A. W. Hubbard, present member Congress from the Sixth Iowa District, was renominated Friday, notwithstand ing liis previous declension. The New York Union State Conven tion is called to assemble at Syracuse on fifth day of September next, for the nomination of candidates for Governor, Lieitenant Governor, Canal (oatmiasran ery anijnspeetar of jState Prisons. . . Te Colorado Republican -' Territorial Convention was held at Denver on the 24th alt It was fully attended, and the proceeding were entirely harmonious. His the The place of of Dr. Geo. M. Cbilcctt was nominated a dele gate to Congress on the second ballot. The vote stood; Chiloott, 42; Chaffee, Hollowav, ft. The Stsats Zeiiung, the organ of the German Unionists of Tennessee, places at the head of its columns the name of Gen oral George H. Thomas as its candidate for President in '68, and rays that the voices of 200,000 soldiers of the Army of tha Cumberland will ratify the nomina tion. The Union State Central Committee of Indiana held a meeting Friday at Indi anapolis. Measures were adopted to se cure a more thorough organization of the different counties, and it was voted to hold a mass meeting in each of the Con grossion&l Districts on the 2 2d of this month. Simon Cameron made a spoech at liar- risburi' on Thursday evening last, in which he declared Andrew Johnson a bad man, faithless to bw promises and an ene my to his country. The Republican Congressional Convcn tion of the 11th Illinois District met at Olney, the 2Cth cf July, and nominated General Ed. Kilchell for Congress on the first ballot by 20 votes against 14 for General J. S. Martin. Tho District is now represented by Samuel S. Marshall. The Convention adopted resolutions fully endorsing tho Congressional policy, and also recommending General Martin as suitable person to take the place of Dr. D. K. Green in tho Stateexecutivecommittee, he (Green) having "deceased," t, en gone over to the B. B. brigade. The Conven tion further recommended Hon. S. W. Moulton for renomination as Congress man at larire. THE NEW ORLEANS MASSACRE THE NEW ORLEANS MASSACRE Further Details-Evidence before the Commission of Investigation-Sheridan's Opinion. [New Orleans Dispatches to the New York Tribune.] [New Orleans Dispatches to the New York Tribune.] NEW ORLEANS, Thursday, Aug. 2, 1866. The Millitary Commission appointed to investigate the massacre of Union men took Dr. Dostie's deposition to-day. The Hon. John Henderson and the ltev. Mr. Horton were too weak to give evidence. The Rev. Mr. Jackson, the Hon. Oscar Paynot, tho Hon. E. Dupaty, and the Hon. Guorge Iiowe aro amone the dan gerously wounded not heretofore reported. Uov. Hahn and the Hon. S. S. Fish are badly wounded, but will recover. I saw tbem to-day in the hospital. The sworn testimony before the Commission will prove that the massacre of Mondav was one of Jthe most blood-thirsty events tDat nas ever stained the page of history it win oe sworn io mat, a weu-Known. respected and peacable citizen remon strated with the mob and police for their butchery, when the mob cried, D n them, kill them ! The President is with Haven't wo seen his order to-day 1 The back-door of tho Institute was sailed during the massacre, to prevent the escape of those inside. Arrangements were made bv the Chief foiice, wiln A. a. Uriswold it Co., to lurnish the populace with pistols. The pistols were furnished as aereed. A. B. Griswold & Co. are the firm of Hyde, trooancn uo, tne la.-gest manutactur of arms for tho rebels during the late rebellion. Their property was confiscated upon tnat account, and subsequently re turned. Nothing but the powerful arm of the military prevents a recurrence of tho of Monday. New Orleans, August 3. The Grand Jury, composed of picked Rebels, have indicted the members of the Convention, those who were able to bo dragged out were re-arrested yesterday. Gen. Baird ordered a stay of proceedings, but the rresment telegraphed him emphatically to interfere. The New Orleans Tri bune says: W. H. C. Kinrr, alias William Bux- nonse, a renegade trout Pittsburgh, Pa. editor of the Slew Orleans Times, a noto riously rebel sheet, murderer of Arthur McGiU, and Captain of the Glenn Guards, unaer tne rebel tienerat Liove). i Washington, and, pretending to be in the cnofidence of the President, is sending the most incendiary dispatches to his pner showing tho President to be in sympathy me reDci ponce ana murderers ol Union men." There is sworn testimony that, after Dostie was supposed to have been not ana staDoea to death, the mob p-ave three cheers for Prosident Johnson and fferson Davis. Such exclamations "damn you, wo have foucht you for four years and will light you again! were of irequent oocurreoee during the massacre. will be testified to before the Com mission. Lieutenant-Governor Voorbees called on General Baird early on Monday morning and told mm tbe Convention not to meet nntil six o'clock, when he knew it would meet at twelve noon. there were no troops on the ground at time of the massacre, this explanation due to General Baird. General Sheridan telegraphs to General Grant to-day tbat the riot in New Orleans rot the spontaneous outbreak of an ordinary mob, but the execution of a pre arranged plan of the rebels to slaughter leading Union men of the State ; and there is evidence that this plot was concocted weeks ago. the Associated Press dispatches from Orleans aro glaringly false, and are by the rebel State oOicials them General Sheridan expresses the opinion the riot is but the commencement of scheme To rid LiOulsiana of Union 5th- as Sold and reftkl-nce, to now and Mra. with dy. with M kind cents those tho other pfrom the For Gash Cash The Colleges. COMMENCEMENT AT WILLIAMS. The exercises of commencement week opened on Sunday with the usual services sermons morning and afternoon, the latter. President Hopkins' baccalaureate ; morning prayer meeting, and another ser mon in the evening, before the Mills Theological Society. The last soraion was Rev. Martin Vincent, of Troy. In the afternoon there was a prayer meeting at Missionary Park, the place where sixty ago Samuel J. Milis and his asso ciates gathered around a haystack to con fer on the subject of missions. The meet ing was very fnlly attended. Professor Albert Hopkins presided, and remarks made by Rev. Simeon Calhoun, of Syria, Rev. Jonas King, from Greece, Rev. James Herriek, for twenty-one years past missionary in India, and Rev. John Morgan, D. D, of Oberlin. On Monday afternoon there was an ad dress before the Phi Beta Kappa Society Bishop Clark, of Providence, R. IM on relations of educated men to American society. In the evening E. P. Whipple, of Boston, spoke bnfore the Adelphie Union, giving his lecture on "Shoddy." On Tuesday morning the Alumni held annual meeting. Hon. C. F. Sedg wick, of Sharon, Ct, was chosen Presi dent, In the afternoon the annual address be fore the Alumni was delivered by Wro. Bross, Lieutenant Governor of Illinois. subject was "America as a Field for Exertions of the Christian Scholar." poet of the day was J. Clement French, cless of 1866, of Brooklyn, N. Y. The prize speaking of the Juniors took on Tuesday evening. On Wednes day 'morning there was a special Alumni meeting to see about raising the balance the $l0.e needed for the completion the soldiers' memorial. After an hour's deliberation . iba r subscription -was ad vanced from ej,T00 to $9,200. " w- The Trustees have elected Rev. Dr. Robert B. Booth as Trustee in place of Emerson Davis, and his place on the in tbia was York ty aince of of were at - frecU and pared Bead lasrd, of 1M Executive Committoo will bo filled by ut. jsahum Uale, oi Jee. The graduating class held their exer cises on Wednrsday. Among the honor ary degrees conferred was that of LL. D. upon oenator Howard, ot .Michigan. The officers of the Phi Betta Kappa So ciety for the coming year are: President, tion. imroy tvasnourn, ot Cambridge Vice President, Professor John Tatloek Treasurer, Hon. Joseph White ; Corres ponding Secretary, Professor N. H. Grif fin. - The alumni elected as their orator for the next commencement, Hon. Emroy Washburn, of Cambridge, with Dr. Alon- zo Clark, of New York as alternate ; and as poet, Rev. Charles V. Buck, of Peeks- kill, N. Y, with Samuel Burnham, of Boston, as alternate. In addition to the honorary members of the alumni elected at the meeting on lues- day, Hon. J. I. a. Mranaban, of Brook lyn, N. Y, who had a son iu the gradun ting class, and Dr. Charles E. Simmons, ot lroy,.N. 1., havo been elected. .Mr. Stranaban showed his appreciation of the compliment by suwer bing S2j0 to tho memorial lund on Wednesday morning. ihe Trustees have voted to raisoine salaries of the faculty of the College from SI. 200 per year tojl, 500, an advance which was very much needed The salaries which were paid for " tho past year were Sl.-fOO, temporary advanco having been made from year to year since tho depreciation of the currency. Tho trus tees also voted to change the time of com mencement from the first week in Au gust to tho last week in July for the fu ture. The prospect for tho incoming freshman class is unusually good. Nearly forty members nave been already udmitted.and tho Fall examination will probably oou oio tne present n um ber. here was several class meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday, the classes of lS2(i, IBiti, 1841, 184G. 1856. 1861 and 863 having regularly appointed meet ings. - - COMMENCEMENT AT UEWD3IN. On Sunday afternoon the exercises of Commencement week besaa with the Baccalaureate sermon by Professor "Wil liam Smith, D. D. The Memorial Hall is to be commenced immediately, and will bo of granite, to cost $40,000, and to be located north and west of Massachusetts Hall. UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT. Commencement exercises began on Sunday afttrnon with the Bacealuareate sermon, preached by Professor Buckham, from Matthew 24: 14, 15, 10. The theme of tho discourse was "Tho Responsibility of the Christian Scholar." . In the even ing the annual celebration of the Society for Religions Inquiry was held, the aJ- ress being delivered by llev. W. 1. Sprague, ol" Albany. His subject was theological Inquiry." Just PnblisiM-tl A pamphlet containing much valuable information, wbich will be sent free to any address upon application to the Union Businees Institute, Obirlin, O. j'2S M ea Wttnted to act as Commercial Brokers, apply personally with good references to it. U. Cl'RRAN, 25 Monument square, Cloveland, Ohio. aog4;oa II nri Knn Femnle seminary. Tho Fall Term will commence on We Inesduy, September For circular aply to tho Principe! EMILY S. METCALt?. Hudson, Joly SOtb, lSiiG. Jyol 3-7 Tbe refined and fiFhianahte nr. now rising the-r fashiouatl. p?rfume Tallmah A Collins' Eutptian Calla, a delightful odor for the tc-iic;. by all druggists and dealers in perfumes, at wholesale by STRONG ARMSTRONG, BENTON, MSEB3 A CASFIELD, anr9:341 Wholesale Agents. "Like a man without a wife, Like a ship without a sail, Tne most usc1t?s thing In life 1 a shirt without a " Pocket large enough to contain A bottle of Bo'back's Bitters. Dr. CaiUHay hiu rvtuorcd his office to hi lv2 Prospert strei. auyj:;; Jfew aLanmlry tor ib Wtwliin? Atad Irouinicof Oeutleiuen's U aeu. nira. MAOHKN.IE A PARONHrespectfally announce tbe gentleiuo of C!eTelod that tiiair new Laaadry for doing flue Washing and Ironing ia in operation, and they aro prepared to re ceive orders at their tore, No. 14 Mcriiumect Square, for doing np gentlemen's linen iu tlio beat " meat noat stylo. jnnt!i:I13 SpeclM Can t ion. M B3. WIXSL?W'S 800THIMO SYUUi baa becorao o popular that varioos partitra haTe nt at article ca'Hng then Winatow'a. Please tak? notice tbat the Mr. Winslow of the Soothing Syrup ia cot connectft any other article. Jum 2:3ii SIrwa Fauiljr Ointtueat. A Sovereign Remedy. This Oiutment is truly a family Reme It contains no poisonous or mineral sabstanco whatever ; th refbre it may bo used in all case perfect sa ety. It baa no equal for Obstinate leers, uiaborta, unrns, rcaia, ubu, L-uianoona Eruptions, Brnisee, Sore Nipplea, Sore Breast, Pilea, Salt Kuenm, Chapped Hnnda, Ac. Every of sore containing the least particle of in flammation, la permanently cured by this great remedy. Put np in glass bottk-s, aid acid at 25 per bottle. T These remedies no longer stand among of doubtful utility .. They have passel from tide of experiment, and now etaud bidhc-rin reputation, and are more eatonairsly need than all i articles of the kind. Cart jos. To protect onrsrtres and the public' being imposed upon by worthless imitations, genuine will bear ttw fae timilv signature of the Proprietors on the wrapper, and Walker & Taylor, Proprietors, Chicago, 111., blown ia the bottle. aole bj Proggiataand Merchants erery where. to is WALKER A TAYLOR, Sol Proprietors, Chicago, Illinois. 6TB0NO A ARMSTRONG, aplll:RI4 V holeeale Agents. . aftbe XTnited Btntcs. 9-i Proadwy, Kew York. Accumulation, S2,000,000.00; Annual Income, 81,000,000.00 purely mntnal. An nua Oaah dividends. Tbia Society bare de to declare their diridenda anstjallt CAE h. The next diridrnd be declared Ft-b-rnary 1st, 1867. It ia believed that no conpany thia country will be able to present greater ad rantages in it diridentTs to peraons asauring than Society, as Ita total ejpen'iitnre to income leaa than that of any of the older American Companies, and ita new bnninesa for the pist y.ar $13,ti3,000) exceeds the new busineea of any Kew Company in any preTiona year. This eoci. has met with bat one loss in thia city Mr. Phillip I. Price, who waa insured three years for $5,0Ki. His heirs received thn amount bis policy $5,000) and a dividend to the axneant $-173 10-00 in cash, within te&ditya after proof ieuverea to tne agents. Proposals for insurance or foragenciee apply to THAYERS st MUISSON, General A Rents, to-day at Koa. 1 and 2 Park Building. may4 Cleveland, Onio. What slops Kervoua Toothache, Nervous Headache and Neuralgia in & minutes, and cures Catarrh in twelve weeks ? WoleoU'fl Instant Pain AnnlbilMtor. ST RON ft A AEMSTU0N0, ' BENTON, MYERS CAN FIELD, Jy23 Waoleia Amenta, Cleveland, O. Fanry Cabinet and Wooden Toilet saVrtieles, of the most tasty style, manufactured 1)5 Ontario street, Hurlbnt'a Block, Bear lor - Buildings. A. N. PIPER, may 8: R 15 Mechanical Jobber. Esbleman's Patent Keek Tie Kelder. This convenient article, for tbe gentleman's wardrobe ia now received, and for sale by. us. It simple labcr-saTing contrivance by which several different tlea ca? be made. Gentlemen are invited to call and examine. of MACKENZIE A PAES0K3, jnen:B13 1 Monument 5qaare. , Hoth and Fi-ecklea. Ladies afflicted with Ditcorations on the Pace, called moth patches or ahould see PERRY'S Celebrated MOTH FREeK-SK .UVTfOS. tt'is ifaUil. Prei ' by Xr. B. 0. PERRY, Dermatologist, 49 street, a. . coia oy au orngtfve in teTe- so ing aard elsewWr price JfcL. v.i-Mu., - seel Stamps sand N leant Bra&da, every oVecrijttioa and stylo, ma no factor! at Ontario, Horlbot's Block, Bear BtuMIacs- r.. aj):B15 A. H. PIFSB. LATEST NEWS BY THE WESTERN UNION LINE LAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES. THE NEWS FROM EUROPE. BY THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. London Kevrs up to Saturday. Terms of Peace that were Accepted. AU3TKIA LEFT OUT OF TUB CON FEDERATION. Loses Venetia and Schleswig-Holstein Destli of Mazzini, ilie Italian Patriot. Advices by Steamer to the 27th ult FIRES IN PHILADELPHIA, CINCIN NATI AND ALBANY. Death of Dr. Dostie and Kev. Mr. Horton From Wounds Received in the New Orleans B iots. OFFICER OF FREEJJMEN'S BUREAU MURDERED FA LOUISIANA. Monthly Statement of the PpJoHc Debt. List of Claim A gents "forbidden the Depiirtments. Tha Daily Cholera Reports in N. i, P hiladelphla, Ac. Gold Closed S atnrdav Nisrht at 1d7 l.B I w I Associaiv id Press P,egort Kcws S 'roui Europe I OVER THE ATLANTIC CABLE. T i .. . . . """""i ""v "" - -r. 1. xnere is no political news oi rea'. importance to-day. Commercial Intelligence. i.iVEEPOor, AUf ust 3 r. M. The Bro- era' Circular rer ,orte the sale of cotton for the week endmr Auzuat 2d at 70.000 bales. The seles to-us ywera 700(1 hs m n, lin. were muu omes middling pland. Cloer , .iuoti.ioiis, iiu per pouna. (Mote. ibia :s a declino Gf y from the last price re ceived by the cable. Losnou, Ausust 2. The closing price of consols w -day was 87M for money. United btatos I -20a wero auoted at tho close of usiues s to-day at 6'J. I I I Commercial Intelligence. Dispatch from the English Admiralty Commercial Intelligence. Dispatch from the English Admiralty Office. J-Ikart'b Contest, Auast 5, 1S66. Yes terday afternoon I eeut the following tele gram to bit Alox. Milne, Admiralty. Lon don "I should ba very glad if you would al low the Terrible, Captain Commerce, to company the Aledway to lay tho cable across the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Her offi cers and men enter so fally into the spirit of our work that I am desirous to have them with us. Please answer by cable. Kind regards to Lady Milne. " Signed Cvrds W. Fisld." This morning tho following was received: " Loan on-, August 3. To Cyrus W. Field : "The Admiralty approve of the Terrible affording assistance by accompanying the Medway to lay the St. Lawrence cable. Be kind enough to make this known to Capt. Commerce as the Admiralty's decision for his guidance. "Signed Sir A. Mjlke, AdmiraL" Martial Law in Lower Austria and Venice-Terms of the Peace Negotiation. UUUN. [Special to the New York Herald.] Angust 3. deceived in New York August 5th: .Martial law has been pro claimed in Lower Austria, and also in Venice, Trussia and Wurtembarg. The Feace Conference is to be held at Prague. Tho preliminaries thereto, as agreed upon, are as loiiowa -. Austria is to withdraw from the German Confederation; is to lose her part of ScMt9wis and Holstein; Austria is pay $1 G,000,0UU to her adversaries, as ex peases of war; the German States north the Main, are to form a union tinder the gufcianceof Prussia: the Gorman States, south of the Main, aro to form an inde pendent union. The Italian patriot Farini Querez Mazzini dead. In the Goodwood races the Goodwood stakes were won by "Special" and the Goodwood cup by " Duke." Los do, August 4. Received in New York August 5th : There is nothing in the politi cal news to-day of interest. Latest Commercial and Financial News. Liverpool, August 4. Th cotton market was flat The sales were 8,000 bales middling uplands at 14 i. Jjondojc, Aug'iat 4. Consols were quoted Sis for money. Five-twemles 68. Illinois Central eharos 74. Erie Railroad shares 411. tne Proceedings of Parliament-The French Embassador Leaves England. to See the Emperor. LoKDo5.AugUat4 Received in New York August 5th. The bill for a renewal of th suspension of the writ of habeas corpus in Ireland, was read a second time. In the House of Commons, last night, Mr. Gladstone in a speech supported the gov- I crnnicnt and warmly praised the treatment I accorded to the Fenians bv the Am.,, government. air. Magaw's resolutions against the bill were negatived by a vote of 105 against 31. The French Ambassador to England left V icby last night by command, to see the bmpeior. The press is indebted to Cvrus W. Field tne foregoing dispatch. - cu9 of tne General News. The Dental Convention. Bostos. Au?ust4. The fifth t. the Dental Convention closed this after noon. The bodv eot fairlv at work on !. ...u ui:iuibiuoos. ine t;onven:ion de cided to adjourn on Tuesday to meet in Cin cinnati on the last Tuesday in July, 1867. vuij important ousiness transacted uay was tne conbrmation of the follow appointments reported by the Commit tee ol Arrangements : - - -Drs. J. L. Taft. of Cincinnati. W. H. GnJ. aLia, ol TomsvUle and 1L K. Smith, of Cincinnati, 1-nblication ; Drs. L. D. Shep- v. osjcin, oames aicManu) ol rlartlord, Priue Essays ; Drs. Isaac S. Forber of 8L Irtuis, W. F. Morrill of New Albany, Ind. ; tv. field of Detroit, A. C. Howes of Krooaiyn and E. A, Byne of New York. Dental i'schycology. Drs. J. Smith Dodge, i had Jr. of New York, George Sallon of New burgh, N. Y-, and II. E. Chase of Iowa City, Dental Chemistry. Drs. E. Wildmenof Phila., J. L. Buckingham of Phila , and A. Lawrence, Lowell, Mass.: Dental Pathology and Surgery ; Doctors Wm. Atkidson of N. Y.; Asa Hill, of Newark, Connecticut ; J. Ii. Snellscolt, Chambersburg, Ta: W. W. Shefield, New London, Conn ; B F. Arring ton, Wilmington, N. C. Operative Dentist ary. Doctors 11. J, Enapp, New Orleans ; C. R. Butler, Cleveland ; G. A, Mills, Brook lyn. Mechanical Doctors A. W. Kingsley, New York and L. P. Easkill, Chicago; J. A. Salmon, Boston ; C. Palmer, Warren, Ohio ; S. B. Palmer. Syracuse. Dental Ed cation, Doctors 0. W. Spaling, of St. Louis; John F. Barker, Philadelphia ; J. G. Col burn, Newark. Dental Literature, Doctors W. Brown, New London, Conn.; M. 8. Dean, Chicago: E. W. H. Howard, Rutland Vt Volunteer Essays, Dr'a. M. Harris, Boston, and G. H. Cushing, of Chicago. Special Committ e on Micrcscopie. Drs. J. H. MeQualland, Philadelphia; R. W. Varney, New York, and George 8. Allen, Newburg. A Sarcastic Letter. Philadelphia, August 5. The Press of to-day publishes a sarcastic letter from one Wm. F. Johnson, spurning his nomination as Collector of this port,and roundly abusing the President and "-js policy. The explana tion is : A commission to W. F. Johnson, of Pittsburg, was misdirected and fell into the hands of a radical Union man of the same name in this city, who could not forego the opportunity of expressing his views. Drowned. Poughkeei-sie, N. Y., August 5. During a squall on the Hudson, at Yonkers, this P. M., a pleasure boat, containing eight or ten persons, was capsized, and one of the party, Miss Brooks, of Wash Farm, was drowa'jd. Her body has not yet been recovered Emigrant Aid Company Meeting. Coscoed, N. H., August 'The U. S. Emigrant Aid Co. mot in t,j8 cily for or. ganizalion lo-aay. rx,rators are Edmund Burke, D r. r., lieort-e W Biddell. Charles , V. v H - t, I J f. Wiff . r. Company v - dham".w Mass. The of the h , ' i tne last session thisr is the intention of la' -oPVT establish agencies in all ?o American cities and on the continent r,"?1 "un- f-'imuna iiurke was elected Chairman, Hon. David Cross Secretary, and tiumunu Burke and David w ,uee . orSanlz."l.. Paniel This comoanv has roll lus ti. h..' j sell lands, lurnisk supplies f9r emigrants, Ii? J.!1? 61ne-- bu9ifl9 connecUon --"-j, nim win procoea to business at From New York. Daily Cholera Report. Aug. 5. There were twentv. five cases of cholera and ten deaths in this ?ity: . mrtal'.ty this week from cholera in tnis citv end ftilisiMnt lul.n.l. nAO-l two nunureu. Biooklyn's epidemic is also severe. iiurty-eight new cases of cholera om- currert on r nday in tha Penitentiary. About the averaze number of the pablic institutions. 0a Governor Island the disease is souie- wna. a Dated. Ho new cases on David's Islands. Escaped four convicts esoaiied lroni Kinir rtinr vo. frday. I I Murdered. A man named Poole waa munlercil K. I .wk.. n.n r - . r- . . J. I uuuku, uauic iu.uuu, proprietor oi a hotel in .isshik, yesieraay. ine ueiauitirsg salesman. reDtirtr-'i vp.q- lorila. io ... UT TlA 1 , u - . ji n . ?aii, can mo iuuipnny j.fr,,j.j w. v, H a.,' J flmng Company. I I Special Dispatches. RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A. M. Special Dispatches to the Western Press. CABLE NEWS. Tbe following is a dr laved dispatch bv vouio w me uisociatrea x reB3 : Liverpool, Aueusl 2. The Liver?ool cotton market has been dull to-day. The sales were 80,000 bales without alteration in prices. XvOSDOif, August 2- Consols closed stead v at 88 for monoy ; 5-"0s at the close of bus iness were Illinois Central shares were quoted at 74 : trie railroad shares 4:. The following distmtch is furnished bv . to P- u JLomdos, August 2. The steam shin Fen tonia from New York has arrived. Consuls closed dull at 864: Erie shares 1 he advices from the seat of war state. that the Prussian troop3 have entered Man- neniem ana neiaeioerg. Saturday Night's Report Foreign News. Arrival of the Steamer Moravian. ether PoiitT.Aueust 4. The steamship Moravian from Livnnw)! tha r,th sr; T,rtn aonaerry tne zna ol July, bas arrived off the Point. The War in Germany-Latest Advices. IiOitDOE, July 27, A. M. The armistice between Prussia and Austria expires to-dav. will probably be renewed, but there is no information as yet of this having been aone. A-revious to tne armistice tbe Ital ians had been very successful in the South Tyrol. Tbe limes says that the armistice did not come a moment to soon to save Austria from a final catastrophe vet oae dav more and the Italians would have found them selves in full lull possession of the Southern Ayroi, ana tno rrussians masters ol tne passes of the Danube, and would have threatened Vienna m the east and west. The combatants are now resting, irrespec tive of their positions, and there are well grounded hopes that the truce may be pro- mngea into an armistice, and tnis again into a aeunite peace. On the 25th ult. a suspension of hostili ties for eight days was concluded between the Italians and Anstrians. London News-The Reform Meetings. LivEBrooL, July 26. Notice has been is sued that the government has agreed with the Council of the Reform Leairue to facili tate in every way their obtaining a seeedv due is ion .itsior in PorliVBaBS or in a Court law as to tbeir right to hold public meet' in the park, and nntil the question has oeen ueciuea no mrtner meetings will be new, except one on toe join, by arrange tuent with tbe government. This statement. however, is contradicted in a letter from Mr. Walpole, who states that no promise was made, and that no permission had been given to hold meetings, but that the Government merely promised to withdraw ponce and military nnder tne express stipulation that no attempt would be made insist upon the supposed right to hold meetings until the legal question had been decided. The Star, Telegraph and Adver tiser represent the step taken by the home secretary as a compromise and a par tial discomfiture of the Government. Tha Government has announced its in tention of prolonging the suspension of the naneas corpus act in Ireland. TiIVBPPAnT.. .flllv 9.7 Th. tillnviii. steamships have arrived : Tipoli, Dam as - Saxonia, City of London, Bremen and ""J'u. A Hungarian legion, formed of prisoners war, had been sent to southern Silesia to Invade Hungary on the expiration of the armistice. This body consists of VDdU men. witn cavalry and artillery, aad is com manded by general Mapka. An engagement had taken place before Fretburg, which was a great success for tbe Prussians. Tbe principal attack was progress when fighting was broken off by arrival ot intelligence or tbe armistice. Un tne zid, under General Medici, the had a fight near Borires with the .: iri. - r.i: i -n l . AuatnuuB. lueilAUODBHIVK 1U8TUISTO UT I and pursued the enemy to Levies, Italians carried tbe town by assault. Tbe Austrian losses were heavy. Oa the 25th a suspension of hostilities for eigltt days waa concluded between the Aus- Iriaia and Italians. Feasce. On the 25th the Bourse waa Sat. Centos 6of. 70s. Pipssia. The Prussian Chamber would probably be opened by the Minister of Finance, the King and Cuunt Bismark being delayed at the headquarters of the army. - ' It was denied tbat General ManlenfTel threatened to bombard Frankfort if the contribution demanded was not paid. It is rumored that the Grand Dukes of Oldenburg and Saxe-Coburg will receive an increase of territory in the proposed new German Confederation. oi ana the tion ana call j. bill .in nan the ber Rev. the left R imi. Cardinal Antonelli is again re ported to be sick, and it was believed he would shortly retire from public afTairs. From Washington. Public Debt Statement. WAsniasToa, August 4. The statement of the public debt of the United States on the 1st of August, I860, is pub lished : bt euaixe oom lKiaaasr five per cent. Bonds !9,SM,IIU Ml oil percent. Ponds of leVT-8 l,3r3,6iil on Sight percent. Bonds of 18-17 e3,734,luu 0 Six per nt. 6-2U Bonds 74J,JtS),o6t) 00 Total. 81,2U,Ktf.41 80 BEST BEABIEQ CUEBINCT IKTEBtST. I oer cent. Bonds - t,n42,0n0 flu Temporary Loe....v.......... llo.tieo.itB Three Year Compound Interest N. tee - w Three Year 7-80 Notes. - 7SS,M9,3oO W Total.. l,U7,W,SO tW national Tebt not presented for . pajruent.. Sl,670,160 82 DESV HEARING- EO UrTEBBST. .WO.381.728 00 C 8. Notes Fractional Curi-eocr ii,uil,i:!8 fll ,. io,-soa,io 00 Gold Certitlcates of Deposit H Total JH3,4t9,t6 1 Total Debt ti.J70,4lo,iuS S AJI.UBr US TBXASDBT. VV!1,M2,128 o7 Coin Currency 7.l,a Ot Total; 13T.S17,sa Amouatof ."JroaS.CT 38 Bd action '?l' ,'". . . The IbrMoiug is a correct statement of " "" lie debt as appears from the booko a" returns in the Department en e pah" ISM. ' ' resnr.rs (Signed) " 1st of August! Secretary Treasury. cgnr- are siven precisely as they came bv General News The Detroit Meeting of the Western. Associated Press. Aus-nst 4. Wnism A.. eiated Press: The annual meetinr of the Western Associated Press will be held nur. -o aujoornment, m ieLroit, on Tues day, Angust 7th. Every member of the important business will come before the meeting. rsy order of the Board of Directors, Signed H. E. Barker, Secretary Western Press Association. Incendiarism-Installation of a Public Officer. Philadelphia, August t The old Mor- mensing Hall, on Christian street, below loth, which was used bv the Government aunng tne war as a hospital and which was recently taken nobseaaion of hr th P.fH oi xieaj ia tor cnoiera pumoses was set on fire at three o'clock this" morninir. Arlia- cent wooden structures, as well as the lower portion ot tne Hail, were destroyed. An in dignation meeting of the residents in the vicinity was nold vesterdav evening. Albert K. Sloannaker to-day entered upon his duties as Collector of the First Internal Kevenuo District, in Dlace of Col.nl J. If laijerT, removed. Rebel Convention at Norfolk. roRTRESS Monroe, Va.. August 2 In pursuance OI tne call Which has bnn nnK lished in the city papers a laree reoresenta- uon 01 sue citizens assembled in Norfolk lass evening lortne purpose of tAk-in.af?tfnti in regard to the appointment of delegates to tho district convention to be held in Peters- uurgon tne sin inst. A series of resolutions VWH nnnnimnllalv oAnti.A .: : . i. . . ' u,7,bcu vuuursiug sue National Un nn ConvnStrnn i k. t,u Philadelphia, and advisinp ea the ini.rAal ;"J iieopie oi Virginia to send "r .ablest, wisest and most men who fuilv understand mH will honeBtly retloct their acntim3nt and feel ings upon the important questions which will claim the attention of said convention. I I I I I I I I I Nomination of Union Congressmen in Cincinnati-Burning of a Cotton Mill Cikcibxatt, Auenst 4. Beniamin Ecrles ton, Kirat District, and &. R. Haves. Second District, were nominated for re -election to Congress by the bmon Convention in this citv to-day. The Franklin Cotton Mill, cornernf 3d and Smith street, was seiiously damaged by ure mis inoruiuir. a laree amount ol cot ton was consumed, jjoss about S2U.O0O. Woolen Factory Destroyed by Fire. -Lug"" -f uSr.tT, ,Co laf?e factory in the town of Guildland. in this county, was totally destroyed by fire at an eariy nourtnis morning. Tbe factory had recently been refitted with new machinery, sc, ior tne manufacture ot ksy jackets, loss SoO.OOO; insurance WO.OOO. An Officer of the Freedmen's Bureau Murdered. New OsLXAiis, Aneust 4. Lieutenant iiutts, ot tne r reedmen s Bureau, was mur dered by highway robbers in Jackson .ransn. Death of a Former Lieutenant Governor of Virginia. RiCHHOSR, Va . Aaeust 4. Colonel John Rutherford, who presided at the recent meetings oi tne Btaie - iHratrai (JommiUee, died suddenly last night at an advanced 5 v wna i".mi reara lieutenant to From California. Various Items. Bah Feaxcisco, August 3. Tho State Su preme uourt nas decided tbe case of Hans against tbe city of San Francisco in favor ot tne city, wbicb settles the last of the six city slip suits pendiiitr in the Court'. The points of the decision aro that money must come lawfully into the treasury, and that tne city must a raw is lawiutiy. 1 he exports ot merchandise for the part month show a decrease of $600,000 Irom those of the correspondine month last vear. during which the exports of treasure were one million dollars greater. The clear ances during the first seven months of the present year were $70 more than during the same penoa last year. Tne tobacco market shows more tone since the passage of the new tariff act. idano dates ot July 17 report that the do- litical contest is waxing warm, and both are tnrowing airt profusely. The bark Kate brinzs dates from Sidnev luay oin, ana nieioourne may 3iat. The stoamer Golden City arrived to-dav witn n ew i orx dates of j uly 1 1 tn. The Golden Age hence for Panama, Julv lUth, broke a shaft, and put intoAcnpulco under one wneei. The Constitution which sailed July 30, takes her mail passengers and the treasure. and the Golden Age' retnrna here under eovor of the steamer Sacramento. The Democratic County Convention last night rescinded all the nominations for county officers, in consequence of a disa groement about the fitness of some of tha nominees. Hononlulu advices of Julv 7th report the arrival at tnat place ol tbe captain, erew passeugors saved in tne long boat irom ship Harriet. to of be the w soda 3. California Convention Endorses President Johnson. Sax Frabcisco, August 4. Tha State Convention assembled here yesterday, and adopted resoiu'ions endorsing tbe restora policy of President Johnson and his Cabinet, declaring that a spirit of charity moderation snoniu control tne political action of the country, and approving the for the National Union Convention at Philadelphia, to trhich the follovrins: dele gates were elected : ist uotrict, Hon. cor nelius Uole, Montgomery Blair ; Zd District, Hon. J. M. Wilcox, J. H. Riley : 3d District, w.Bensot jacoo, e. Tiees, delegates at large. A Victoria dispatcb of yesterday, says a uniting tne colonies of y aa Conver Island and British Columbia, has been in troduced into the Imperial Parliament, which allows of a united Parliament f 32 members. A telegram from Los Anglos, says a spe- -mAMcnirSF -hss n ust arrived witn difl- patches from James R. Hardenburg. com manding at Camp Cady, which state he had a desperate ngnt witn tae Indians on 2'Jlh ult, in which three men ofais- command were killed and one wounded. Thirty-six Indians were engaged in the their loss was unknown. The num ot eoldiora not stated. J. Ne-4 . his our Southern News. Louisiana. Mr. Horton, officiating minister- at. late convention, died this evening. The Texas delegation, headed by Hon. David Burnett, formerly President of Texas. yesterday for Philadelphia. I' Tha '' Texas WEEKLY LEADER : ? araoB arsar eowTAtaiao ALLTwa - v 0TJKUBHT !TWR, MI8CILLANor8. MTKS : HI AND HCIBllTIHO INTKLLIuKaOS AMD VALUABLE READlMw " : J FaM11', , " ewaaisnan ST twb " . C1XTIL15B LKJJU COXfilT. orrit'i no. i4i superior HTBBir TIBJfS 0 TH WIIKLY s One ear t hsTee .7-- W - To the setter of a dob of ten, we will sn4 copy of tho VI beet.v Lbabbb, gratis ; of twenty, a eapy of the Tri-Weekly; of thirty and avwird, oopy of the Daily. durst-KD LPltB OOMI't'lT. nroDrietors of the Oakland Plantation, on Oyster Creek, have sent out the first bales) of cotton. It is classed ae strict middling. They received 40c in swcie and a premium of silver from Sassmers st Co. Political. Duval parties resDectively held large meet ings last eight. The former was addressed by Governor Bratnlette, Colon ol Busts! and , General Wuitaker, and the latter by Val landigham, Pugh aud Dennie. The men tion ot the names of Lee and Johnston at the Duvall meeting elicited great applause, while those of Grant and Sherman were re ceived witts hisses by prominent men Each party are making active preparations for the election to-morrow. Washington. News. Saving Bank Taxes. Washuikto. Ancust S. The Commieeioo- ' er of Internal Revenue, has written the fol lowing letter in relation u the tax on Sav ing's Banks: - . TaBASDRrDar'T.OrriCE Ia'r. Reveb,1 Washington, August 4th, 1366. J . Sir: Your le'ter of the 31.t, nit, is re ceived. See. 9 of tho act of the 14lh provide that every National ii .nking Association State Bnk or State B.tnking A&aciation shall; pay a tax of ID per cent, on th amount of the note of any person. " or Bank, er State Banking As-' for circulation, and v" after the 1st of - oUte Ri-r's R..v elation usee1 posed. w. vj men). - -.nguaL You enquire ii - an nbiect ts tsr. ihn. ; . . . , i rje- 'he association in question -er banking association? If it ia, 1 seen' "MM. ..why., the taa .doe, ae rne purpose of the law, a evidenced bj tne amount of tax, was unquestionably the suppression of State bank circulation, an.; as savings banks are not specially excluded it n just, and iu tact, necessary, to presutnr they are included among the banks liabl. tot pararranti . aeerjon 711 of th . law it is provided that "every incorporate-: or other bank, and every person, firm, r cxjrnparrT, having a place of business "wher credits are opened by the depositing or eoi lection of money or currency, subject to t paid or remitted upon a draft, cheek or m oer, or money is loaned on stock bond.-, bullion, bills of exchaaee or nromiaaor notes, it, shall be regarded bankers or s . brokers." It was necessarv it seems, in th . here cited, savin ra hanks abniiLl Ka .u:.i ly exempted by name to relieve them iron the special tax ; but no exemption is mad. in their favor in the Sth se.-tion. in :.. question. The general provision of thai section, therefore, must fall on all banks whether of issue or savinir ' vr . . very respecllully, E. A. R.0LLUI3. Corn m 'sr. From New York. Saturday's Cholera Report-69 Cases. Saturday's Cholera Report-69 Cases. and 20 Deaths-Total Deaths for the Week 799-Messages Filed for Europe Nsw YoRr, August i. Twenty-two eases and ten deaths from cholera in this city. Forty-seven cases and ten deaths in Brooklyn is reported to-day; twenty-five of the Brooklyn cases occurred in the Peni tentiary. total number of deaths in Tew York for the week end no Ln.il.v v.. 7UQ A 1.... increase over those f,-.r the ssm.s ).. year. Eleven mswim wsr twmAmA t this city on Satutday f r transmission to Europe by the cable, for which S1.10S in gold was paid. Most of tbe daily paners van lor reiurui iu tne management ot tne rliqnatihe. nrl i.,iTn,.l.in t.t Ik. Charges. SPECIAL DISPATCHES. WASHIKaToit. Anirnst 4 Th fnllnsri'ii has been received at the State Department iruui ma voQ&uiaie vjeaerai ot tae u.a. HAVANA July 25, 1866. Eon. fl'ni. II. Seward, Secretary of State, Washington, Z. C. Sib: Referring to mv dispatch No. 217, 1 have to ad vis? that only vessels from Now York have thus iar been subject to the quar antine restrictions therein mentioned, bns it will be applied to those Irom other narta of the United States where the newspapers mar report the cholera to exist, I hare nuijsi ssuss smssrer irom mo taputin Goniral on the .object, bat I am informed that the same was dulv referred to the su perior Board of Health by which the resolu tion of the Board for Havana was modified. The Captain General on last Sstnrday, told me that very stringent orders had corns to him from Spain to adopt measures against the introduction of cholera into the Island. The steamers Daniel Webster and Eaelo have been subject to the same orders, and have not been, alio wed to land their pstssea- gers nor cargoes whilst remaining in tho quarantine. The bills of health now issued by the Board hero contain the notification that there are some eases of yellow lever and small-pox prevalent. I make this known the Mayors of Baltimore and New York by the steamer Cuba, which takes thia to the first named port. i save tbe bonor to be, sir, witn. groat re spect, yoor obedient servant, I THOS. OA VASE, U. B. COBSsTI, UEXBEAL. SECURITIES. Total amount of securities received by the government for the circulation of National Bank notes is $32u,100. 700. and for deposits $38,349,500. APPOINTED. The President bas ordered the appoint ment of Andrew 1. Faulk, of Pennsylvania, be Governor of Dakotah, vice Newton r.d wards. REMOVED. A. P. Gorman has been removed from tha position of Postmaster oi tho U. 8. Senate Ilia dismissal to take effect on th. 1st of September. SHORY YOUR. Boe rotary McCullocb. with his family. left Washington this evening for a short tour recreation. He will be absent about a week or ten days. CONCERNING CLAIM AGENTS. Yore, Aagust 4. The Tribune gives the following list of names of claim agents who are prohibited from doiag business at . the Second Auditor's onice of the Treasury Department, from July 1st, lttso.which mar of interest to soldiers who are entitled to additional bounty : Briggs A Palmer. Washington C. H.,fhin; Brace Preston, Washington, D. C; IL H. Blanchard, West Bend, Indiana; B. P. Conch, Providence, R. I.; Colbv 4 Pearsons, l : . . i s. tr tti an TSSUIUUJUj ATOW Ot AAaOlUIOD, AlirtKI, Maine ; ads A Haveland, Davenport, lows; Foote si James. Oedenaburgh. New York : J.W. Fish, Washington: C. K. Kingsland, New York; W. W. Ingersoll, Nashville, Tennessee, and Oxford, New York: H. John- Rutriam, Connecticut ; . J. T. Lovejoy, ew York; R. 1. Moore, Circleviile. Ohio: A. McCool, Hagerstown, Maryland ; A. Preston, Mendon, Vermont ; . S. Palmer, Hamilton, Ohio ; Runyon a Avery, Chicago, John 8aples, Washington; A. Scnofield, Camp Nelson, Kentucky; E. G. ' Smith, Lilly Eale, Indiana ; Van Brandt A Armstrong, Hannibal, Missouri ; John Vor hees, Monroe, Michigan ; D. Wetmore, St. liouiB, Missouri. - - Lis ef the agents prohibited from doing business jn any ot tb. Departments at Washington : r . w. 1 isber CO., Kutzer, 'real Co- T. Werthe A Co., Casper Keller, Washington ; - T. Lovejoy, New York:E. G. Smith, Liliy Dale, Indiana : C. A. Foulke, Phila delphia, Pennsylvania; E. Prince. Louis G. -Cautp, Spring'field, Illinois; George Lemon, ' Washington; Joitn i. Leonard, Itocnester, " York. .. " Squibs from the Tribune. YYe trust Hr. Johnson will keen on in frork of removing Republicans from . otSde. It will give us more recruits for (campaign. . "Vf hat do Messrs. Astor, Stewart, Van- derilt and Roberts think of going to a Convention which proposes to endorse the polfcy that produced the New Orleans massacre. v General ChaJmera "late of he Confed army, one of the famous heroes of Pillow." is makin? speeches in favor Andrew Johnson. General John A. is making- speeches azainst him. reader may draw tLe inference. Mr. Vallandigham." . "4 "lr. Vanderbiit." We can imagine the excitement the Convention in Philadelphia will listen to secretary urns calling the roll of tbe delegates.