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At the de s alt alma' meeting of the Na
tiontl Local Preacher's Association of the
. Episcopal Church, which was
held in Wilmington; Delaware, in October,
1665, it waiikereed that the future develop
ment of the organization would be ivery
materially aided by the.e.stablishment, after
the English plan, of a Local Preachers'
Magazine. - The initiation of the work was
entrust dto the Rev. WFL . knzatan, a
gentle an. who, from liblary attainments
and an , zperience of many ears in edito
rial labors, was, in every respect well
qualified for the work. . KINCAID liTis
laid the first number of th magazine on Our
%hie, and it is a credit eto the Conven
tion that originated it liiid the laborious
- Mlior under whose sap rVisory care it has
been issued. In res et of paPer, letter
press and mechanical mention cenemlly
it is equal Co tlie_Al*niie Meethty; whilst
in matter, althouglichiefly denominational
in its character, it ianeVertholess of interest
to tho umferal reader.
- The introduction by the editor explains
the object of the Magazine, and the reason
of its name—the CravrENARY —as commem
orative of the one hundredth anniversary
of the establishment of Methodism in this
country. The Centenary contains some
fourteen or fifteen articles from the pens of
contributors, besides those of the editor,
and his numerous "Notes," every one of
which seems to bean article in itself.
Methodist HyOhology "by DAVID DUDA:
Amu, Esq., "Tlih:inoneers of Methodism"
by Hon. G. P...E . OISOSWAY," "Tho Story of
the Regiment" by Rev. N. H. Locke.. A.
M., and "Methodist Church lansic" by J.
W. F. Warm., Esq., would make a good
number of themselves.
We heartily congratulate our Mend Mr.
KINCAID on the success of his editorial la
bore, and hope to see the Centenary hecotu
iug as it should a permanent institution.
UON, THOMAS M.- HOW SI
The street is tall of the rumor that this
gentleman is lci.he tbe;lOrtNsoli candidate
for Congress. Of course no tenon at all
acquainted with Mr. 'flown will think him
capable of such self-debasement 4 That a
committee of Ishmaelites made anirpiessed
the insulting proposition to Mr: Lowe to
-run against the nominee of his part is
doubtless true—that he enicrtain4 y
idea of complintice is a ridiculous false
hood. His sound lodgment, Clem' percep. !
tion of right and wrong, well-known Ite
m.' -" in .p-ineiples, and life-long integrity
ency, should have protetged him
. liProaches of these appstles of
in; • IlowE did not treat
the attempt 38 sin insult and show them the
door, h. a.,-rihable to his guaritcr modn
or a s - ideion; perhaps, that one of the
cxnumittr-c Inkiestly, though
seppo,e would regard the proposition
as prolitytr.l by friendship, and not merce
nary “ifensive, as all must know.'
IT a matter ofsurprise , p4 the
Union ItepablleiteS'orthls tont that
JosEnt.Ross, Esq., had permitted his name
to be used as a candidate for Sheriff by the
rebel-democratic party. We refrained
from commenting upon his nomination till
we had heard from the gentleman. He has
spoken, The following card proves that
wo wore not mistaken in his high-toned
patriotism and loyalty. He has dealt a
fearful blow to the ltiongrelites, and at the
same time takes himself fairly out of the
company of the bad men who are plotting
the destruction of the great party which
carried our country safely through the re
bellion. Here is Mr. Ross' card
To Utz -i'lniironno f !If National Union
Rueutiu Committee ..--Stit! My name has
been placed on ybur ticket for the office of
Sheriff and-ratified by the late Democratic
County Convention. Permit me to say,
after a careful and due deliberation, that I
hereby most respectfully decline the nomi
nation. The political associations and
principles heretofore held and carried .out
by me forbids that I should now place my
self in a false position before the people of
Thanking you kindly for any token of
honor you may have conferred on me, I
am yours, &c., Respectfully,
New Paper AIM In Valifornla—Exports
of Grain Since June—Tbe Japanese
War Ended—ProilstonMots-in Japan
Sea FRANCISCO, Aug. Z.—A new paper mill
Is about to be opened near Santa Cruz, Cali
Three hundred .and;thirty-two thousand
sacks Of new *beat. and one hundred and six
ts=visuansgltkit of flour have been exported
A Kanagsrra Japan letter of J ulv 16th, says:
The war of - the Tycoon aga.ud (Aloof°, had
been ended by confiscating one-third of the
revenue of the latter, relieving him from
power and transferring his rank to his grand
Riots were reported nt Osaka and Teddo in
consequence of the high price of rice, about
$5,50 per pecut.
The Japanese are eendinz large quantities
of fAXNIII to the Paris ex - position.
The Italians BANCII4IIIIB and Dance are trying
to effect a treaty with the Japanese, who are
averse to further engagements.
Eire In Dismal Swamp—Election of
Railroad Odicers—Destrnetlon of the
Corn Crop - Threatened—Wheat Crop
Looking Well. •
Formless MONISOR, Aug. 2 . 2.--An extensive
fire has been raging for Sevenil days In the
Dismal Swamp, destroying the magnificent ,
forests there. The-lands are private property.
The following conkers of the Richmond -and
Newport Revs Radical' • tiompanyhave been
elected. President, E. B. Hamlin; Directors,
Thomas H. Wynne, If; O. Fant Robert Saun
ders, Jamas Lyons, E. It. Mason,
James Owens; Chief Engineer, Col. A.C.Dunn.
The survey ga the of the road ii rapidly
P T Wsrattnie.l dratighlth Dos neighborhood
threatens the destruction of the corn crop.
The wheat crop, which Is very small, looks
Itepert 01 the Coombe.loner of Indian
.W.umnsotest, August 24.—Last yeas .54,000
were set apart to pay the expenses of the Com
mission sent to hold conformities and negotiate
with the. indigo _bribes west of Arkansas.
The Commissiors:was absent two months and
had Interviews with, the representaUvos of
72.t420 Indians. It was comosed of Commis
sioner of the Indian Bureau p Cooley, Superin
tendent Sells, General homey, Col: Parker,
Thomas Witter and Charles F.:Mix—the last
being Chief Clerk of the Indian Bureau. The
accounts hero just been settled, from which
it appears that all the expenses, including
preseatisito the lain..., arsessiteet to only
an extraordlisarylow figure, con
sidering the circumstances connected with the
Queen Manta at Niagara Falls—Cold
D177/Al.O, AllgOSt.2l.—Ql2Colll Emma arid suite
arrived at Magma Falla to-day, and aro at
the Cataract Haase.
The weather here Ls Tory cold. Mercury 63
in SS. Louts.
Sr. Lours, dm.21.--Thirtoin n cemeteries' re.
port ono hundred , and thirty.ons • chalets
deaths an Wednesday. Biz cemetorke only
reportedyestordayVz Arty-two cholera
deaths. -zee • city it reported Metre
. cholera deaths yoster y...niteez manatee=
failed to report.
Jeff Darla le be Released.
Nww roux, Aug. 24—The Heralds Washing
ton correspondent sayeshe ban excellentau.
thorny for stating that Jell, Davis will be re.
leased on bail orpaxole soon, balding himself
winnable to the procass of the I.o:dirti which
is todispose of his Woo In October now
of SOMIIIOI COMB.
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dozer of &MIAOW , andSclatith,lt_ltba
nag, Ohio, at =kcal 1,0415. Y. ,40
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VOLUME LM.---NO. 202.
Hennenon In Danbillt7
Dr. C. Sill, 210 Penn Street, who is doing the
most extensive business in Tittstnirgli, Since
ho Is relieved of the GovernMentlax as a man
ufacturer, =Wades to givo the publlC the
benefit of it. HIS tiooksbO, that an immense
amount of brishieSS his been done during the
last year, and owing •to the fact of the low
prices chary* for Ins skill, the high degree
of which not ono of his profession, nor any
other,tiaxe speak but in his praise, his income
does not exhibit' any show of extortionate
rates, and to the troth of this, his patrons aro
all willing to testify. On the contrary, II D
was not for the immensity of business done at
this establishment the expenses accruing from
assistance, and the elaborate. manner in which
his establishment is tarnished with all the Im
provements of the age, his - outlay would rain
him in less than half a year. The boastful
manner of his competitors in 'awing what
their income has been daring the last year,
with a view of showing an unequaled prosper
sty, In a fine exlublitlon of the great profits
they have on their teeth over has arising from
difference in prise.
Drs. Sill and Gillespie get all their goetis in
the dental lino at Eastern prices, and have
every variety of-shade and quality, varying in
prices from seven dollars to forty per sot. Dr.
Sill's place of business has been most favor
ably knoa nlor the last seven years in Pitts
burgh. Ho was the first to manufacture the
vulcanized plate, and also to give the laugh
ing gas, which has become so popular through
this Ft:ellen of country. As gentletnigi of
skill, Drs. C. Sill and Si. E. tillle.sple are Jot
surpassed in the United States; and added to
this the klndness manifested to their patrons
and the hundred of dollars worth of work
which goon out every year to persons who are
unable to pay for it, Soil for which no charge
is made, these gentlemen may truly be regard
ed as benefactors of mankind. There is no
other such establishment In Pittsburgh. Ile
charges but fifty cents for extracting one
tooth under laughing gas, and when artificial
teeth are to ho Inserted, ho makes no charge
whatever for extracting.
Brief Dialogue between Common %came
COWYON possible for any he
n= being to enjoy life while ontrering from
Drorarric.—No mere than it to posqlble to
be happy on the rook. I speak from experi
Coustos Sense.—Suppose, tnen, that a rem
edy for this terrible complaint is offered, under
the guarantee of hundreds of indivultuds of
high social standing, who have tested the ef
fect of the article in their own cases, is It not
unwise in any one afflicted with tlso disease to
neglect giving It a trial 1
Dvsrerric.—Unquestionably. I admit the
premises. What Is the deduction 1
Coss - nos Seass.--Give hoed. lIOST ETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS is such a remedy. The
evidence of its of us a cure for dyspepsia
is positive, coinplete, undenied mid undenia
ble. Rave you 1,4.1 r ascertained by experiment
whether it is or is not the infallible cure that
it is claimed to be?
livsrarxic.-1 confess that I have not.
ton nos Sense.—Then you stand convicted
of folly by your own showing. It the same
strong proofs tlust have f,een advanced in favor
of this great tonic had been submitted to you
with. regard to any business speoulation s you
would have gone into It at once. Is ices Lyn
of less importance than the dollars and cents
which no man min enjoy without It 7
Dvsreeric.—No, no, no—a thousand times
no. Common Sense you ore right. I will give
the Bitters a trial.
Coruna SEXB6.—DO 80, and 1 shall never
more have any cause to address you as a ay-a
s Bost etterom Bitters
Are w holesalo and retail at very low rates
tt nenalng's I h - ng und Patent Medicine Depot,
so se Market al • corner of the Diamond
••• i Market, new street.
Iniefliniciptiin MalvernMy Of Medicine
The trustees and faculty of the above Med L
cal College have issued "scholarships" at
sercay t linc dollars each, which entitles the
holders to attend lectures until graduation
or as many sessions as he wishes.
This renders a medical education cheaper
than ever proposed by any University or Col
lege in this country or Lampe, possessing the
same extensive facilities.
The facilities of the Unirersily are: First, it
has the largest College edifice in the city: sec
s:Mil, the beat amphitheater and lecture halls
in the United States; third, the best dissect
ing rooms: fourth, extensive chemical and
philosophical aparatus; fifth, the uuterla me
diCil embraces all the medleimm used by all
classes of physicians; sixth, the museum con
sists et a most extensive collection of anato
mical and pathological specimens. In all,
there are fifty-three rooms in the College.
Thereon. sixteen Professors and every bron , h
of Medicine and Surgery is thoroughly taught.
The student bolding a •`scholarship" ran
enter the college at any time during the Lec
tures, attend as long as he wishes, and reen
ter the Institution as frequently as dealt ed.
Persons wishing to obtain scholarships can
apply to L. Oldshue, Pd. D., Professor of Urine
Putholozy In the above-mentioned College.
Ilk Mike and residence Is N 0.131 Grant
street, Pittsburgh Pa.
Question—What will Core Plies?
Answer—PoTand•s White Pine Compound.
question—What will cure Diabete-s?
Ammer—rob:m(ldt Whit* Clue Compound
Question—What %rill cure Gravel?
Answor—Pohuld'oWhlto Pirko Conn-mum!
Question—What will cure Bloody Water?
Answer—Poland's White Pine Compound
Que,tion—Whett will cure llydrocutel
Anew er—Poland's White Pine Cbmpound.
Question—What will cure Scurvy?
Answer—Poland's White Pine Compound
Question—What will chre Chronic Cough?
Answer—Poland's White Pine Compound.
Question—What will cure nil diseases or the
Answer—Poland's Whlto Pima Compound.
4.lneatton—What tall core osona and nam
Answer—Poland's White Ptne Compound.
Sold by the gross, dozen or single bottle at
Ur. lieyser , s,llo Wood street.
Bitters Must Are Hitter.
There are no bitters for the stomach so Im
mensely popular In this region the country
as those now manufactured by one of our own
residents, (Dr. (I. W. Rebook). As an appeti
zer, and pleasant and agreeable tonic, they
arc surpassed by no other importation. Hay
ing tried the article, we can speak from expe
rience, and moat wilimgly recommend them
as an Invaluable tonic.—C/n. Cclmmeritta.
Who want a fine articlo of Table 011 will iind a
superb article at FLEXING'S DRUG STOILIL No.
St Marent street. We have tried this 011, and
speak knowingly, and it can bo had at a • rea
sonable price. Itoinember, Fleming's natal.
lishosaat when you want anything in the drug
or perfumery line.
Irving collegiate Institate.
The thirteenth semi-annual session of Mrs.
E. A. Smith's SeMet Classical School for Ladles,
will commence Monday, September 10th, at the
residence of Mrs. Bralthi-No. 81 Central street,
The Opera noose Shoo Store
latit No. co PIN% street, directly under that
beautiful Temple of the Drama—the Opera
The !Most and most Important news received
is, that Pittock. Ls,aelling his Albums, Gold
Pens and Wallets lower than the Wiest.
B oar di n g `School, for boys, opens September
10th. $7O to 75 for all expenses—ainteen weeks.
It. T. TAYLOR.
Cloaluitiout;mardleaa of cost ; an old saying,
Ent wo moan IL 430 toll% 60 Fifth lama and
Mrs. Bkorritt, J. F. Hagan, now at the Opera
• Hear. Mandl!,
dna Until; /merlin Photo. ea Pitt • I
At the; Opera Mass Shot Store.
su MO NOW BOPP"'
Bold sithe Opera ILmuil Moe Otars.
THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE.
etaal a ihyspaptlic
Any of Our Benders
B 7 the Cable
What Shall 1 Do!
flow often hi this question asked by llioA3
Who are suffering from that most excruciating,
Of all torments, the tooth ache. A great many
persons who are thus afflicted with this most
dreadful of all complaints appear to he antis
fled If they can obtain temporary relief by ex
ternal applications, and will say with a groat
deal of satisfaction, "There, I know It was no
use to have the plaguey thing pulled, It has
stopped aching." ma it, indeed I Well that
Is Just the way we argued In regard to a mis
erable molar that set Itself up to do duty In
our Jaw. We nursed it, and comforted ourself
with the assurance that It was all right, until
one night Just about one o'clock, as we had
reached our comfortable home, and unrobed
ourself for a good night's rest, the miserable
thing gave token of Its presence by a norms of
jumps that appeared as though it wonid take
the top off ourtead. Frantic with pain, we
were compelled to bear it until daylight, when
we madolthe quickest time on record to the
office of Dr. G. W. Spencer, on Penn street,
Just above Hancock street, where, in the
twinkling of an eye. and without the slight
est pain, we had the satisfactloh of seeing the
offending grinder laid upon the stool at nur
rect. It to almost unnecessary to add that the
magical operation was perfo'med with the all
of laughing gas.
The Two i'lehares
We en terse the house of mourning. Eli,.
game and taste AVay displayed on all sides.
Nature. aided by art, bad made that home a
Oct attractive place- The inmates of the
ease had floated Joyously down the river of
lie. Blessed with health and wealth, and the
possession of an only child, they had deemml
that nothing could step between them and per
-feet bliss, lint thertithless destroyer—death—
emu° to desolate that happy household. The
only child of doting parents was snatched
away In the spring-time of life. The mother
wept bitter tears over the lifeless body of her
only child. The bronzed cheek of the father
betrayed the feelings of his agonlrml heart, as
It was stained with tears. Alas, they were
about to consign their only treasure to the
cold and silent tomb, end there would be not ll
log left to keep in remembrance those loved
features. b6i refused to be comforted.
Death entoted anothc household
were persons of moderate means, and like the
Bret, their household treasure had been taken
away from them. Our feelings arc the same
when those we love are torn from on, let us be
of high or low degree, and although oar
friends mourned sincerely the loss of their
treasure, they had one comfort. When the
grave hid all that remained of the lot cd one
from sight forever, those bereaved parents
had still the satisfaction of being utile at any
time to gaze upon those dear features. While
In health, they had taken the precaution to
go to Dabbs Photograph tiailory on ,st.. (Ault .
street, near Penn, and have photographs tak
en of themselves, and their .lear child, and so
they are comforted.
BUnirtlPSoll 1 nrr..n•lng
Tom T. Ewous, nt ht. • ,t.
ter and steam fitting -•., . ',O 14
Wood street, has Just • ,•. !resit
Invoice of all articles n. • •,masse,
which he is enabled to al too er
prices than thoseof any I . a haus°.
rersOns putting up new ,her in the
city or country, should gl, ai a call. lie
attends personally to tho ..a,a. depart
ment of his rapidly Inc, o,ness, and
bestows great attention an . 11,1 U all Jobs
of gas and steno fitting or nag entrust
ed to him.
A complete and beautiful assortment of gar
bath tubs, sinks, tia,ins, water closetn,
&e., AC., 111 kept courtantly hand. There in
no charge for rhos Intl goodr nt tills estatiltrli
moot, anti ail work purfortnod u warranter) to
prove durable unit ratisjactory.
The Grand Gift Concert.
People would lose their souls to suddenly
become rteh. They uro alauys ready to be
horn gobbled, bamboozled, hodrlxxled and
humbugged by every traveling nondescript,
who advertises to give way fabulous fortunes
fore single dollar. The people must yet learn
that wealth cannot he accumulated by sudden
spasmodic investments of paltry come into
the coffer of a swindling stranger. The only
and best way we know of to get rich is to buy
boots, shoes and gaiters at the well known and
popular shoe house of Robinson At Co., NO. 01
Market street. A fresh sleek bas Just been
received, and great bargains may be expected.
Oh, Iluncer 1 Oh, ThirlOt! I
The largest, most comfortable and titost
reasonable Dining Saloon in Pittsburgh is
known as the Pricker inning Hall, in the base
ment of the large Iron building nest door to
the PostotTlee, on Fifth street. All the delica
cies of the season are served up at all hours, in
the best manner and at the cheapest prices.
Ales, porters, wines and other light drinks to
allay the thirst of man, are kept constantly on
hand. We know of no better place in the
Union whereat to obtain it good square meal
than Holtsheimers , Pricker Dining Mocha.
Beaver Female Seminary.
Seventy to seventydlve dollars for all ripen
Gen (Jr fourteen weeks. Opens September Ilth
It. T. TA V 1.06.
LO lI.KNC 11, ITALY, Aug. ing Victor
Emanuel has 12.11011 a decree proclaiming an
=tasty to political exiles and prisoners
throughout Italy and hie dominions. This de-'
cree includes tlasaini, us well as others of '
Al hoover opens September 11th. F.. Anthubl,
Prtnelpal. Addrers it. T. T Pro
Conerrl and Exhibitlo.
At Neville Hull. corner Liberty - nod Fourth
.theuts thin evening. Doors 0111.11 Itt I..clock.
The Boots awl shoes at the Ophra linage
Low Prices sod No Nistoke
At the Opera House Shoe Store.
At the Opera Hoof° Shoo Store.
At the Opera House Shoe Store.
AL the opens House Shoe Store.
All the September Hagar.Mem
Iteuay at PI ttoek's.
Baltimore labor Congrerts.
llntrtmotts, August 24.—The Committee MI
Resolutions_reported in favor of the eight
hour system; of extending support to only
such Journals as are favorable to its Interests
of labor; hailing with delight the formation of
organizations of co-operatives, stores and
work-shops; opposing prison labor unless paid
for at the same rata at; to OUtaillu Meatttlatua;
pledging support to sewing women; favoring
the speedy restoration of the agricultural in
terests in the Southern States; asking capitol
hits to erect tenement houses and Improved
dwellings; asserting that the whole publio do
main should-he-disposed of to =Thal settlers;
deprecating strikes; - urging the formation of
mechanics' institute:land lyceums, and recom
mending workingmen pressed by want of em
ployment to become aCtUal settlers on palate
Wide. The report Was aleidea . evtral ("fa
cers elect were installe... Adpnu v ed.
Letter from Iton..lntne. ti .
YUILADILLPI7IIA, August —.l:oces M. Se n .
vine, Speaker of the New Jciscy,'.tmlt, Senate,
whose notion prevented ' '•. of a re
publican Unitoel States • • • at winter,
has written a letter to the • Tcicurtsph,
.in whim he re-iterates -oval of the
Constitutional Amenduce. .sees br the
last - Congress, and says: "I , . .Y.MI at the ex
tra 801:191011 of WO Leglulitl, • such nession
'scatted, to do my duty as L. nhilean upon
all the questions which may a rise; gest, setts
tying my own conscience, then gratifying my
constituents and friends."
Ciruseuntine at Ilavaua—A New Gover
nor Expected—Arrival of Coolies.
New Yong., August 24. —Advises from ilava.
no. of the lath, state that the quarantine of
fifteen days upon vessels arriving from the
United States, Is strictly enforced. A new po
litical governor is expected hi place of Capri--
arm Del Biases., Named Outland Do fen Varga,
and Allehelena, who was Governor under Gen
eral Dolce, returns from' Spain to take the
poen of intendant or treasurer. General Diaz
DI Herrera, the admiral lately ph:amending
the (Alban Staten, sailed for Spain on the nth.
Several cargoes of Coolies nave arrived.
The Cholera In Now York—The Stole •
New Yore, August 21.—Stu meet; and two
deaths from cholera wart, reported In the city
to-day, and seven cases end three deaths In
The amount of bonds stolen from the Ma
rine Bank vaults Is now stated to be $287,000. '
Fire La Richmond Vs.
liteamote, VA., August 24.—Last night the
new brick warehouse of West, Beardsley &
Co,, wholesale grocer y inereleutts, on Pear/
street, was destrgyea by Ilro with US contents.
/BO siring btiiidings Were destroyed. Loss
about ,000 dellars.
Destrueltro Fire—Lnai 550.000.
St. LOlnni Anima. 24.—Tha livery. stable of
Ctolllna'&-ClLlPeopie, the mule abed of J. P.
-:Jtatlyi , anflftha 11umber:1%rd ot Chapman,*
•Tbnocpnti3Oftiltros4WaY, ;Mae bornect , Lut
afghte ~ : ttie Ws la -la tttuatal at Maul ilatf9o.
PrITSBURG - H. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, . 1866
FOUR O'CLOCK, A. M.
LATEST FROM EUROPE,
BY THE OCEAN CABLE.
Peace With Bavaria and Darmstadt.
HEIM EVAPFITED THE PRUSSIAN TROOPS.
Cession or Venetia to Italy.
HUNGARY AND POLITICAL RIGHTS.
The Revolution in Candia
AMNESTY TO POLITICAL EXILES.
Garibaldi Does Not Resign.
LONDON MONEY MARKET
NAPOLEON REFUSES ASSISTANCE TO 'MEXICO
Ileums, P imam), August n.—The Prussian
(lononissioners have, with the sanction of the
imvernment, concluded a peace with Bavaria
and Hesse Darmstadt. The terms are very
advantageous to Priumia, and in accordance
with het original demand, Bavaria cedes to
Prussia the northern district, composed of
Inrieblenfels, formerly called Upper Franco
nia, and the walled town of Culmnbach. The
Bavarian Govermnent also undertakes to - pay .
to Prussia thirty millions of florins an an in
demnity for her expense In the war. Hesse
Daruistmlt codes to Prussia the territory of
the Inngrav ate of ,Bosse Hamburg, a State
which wits admitted a member of the Confed
eration of the Rhine in the year 1817, and lice
directly between Rhenish Bavaria, Rhenish
Prussia and Blrkenfeid. Prussia also obtains
the delusive right to garrison the fortress of
Slayence for which duty Hesse Darmstadt
hitherto contributed two hundred infantry ,
besides giving three hundred and thirty-three
men In the Federal German army under the
treaty. Bavaria retains the territory of Upper
Besse. which will be Joined to and incorporat
ed with the new Confederation of Northern
GeimmoY, the organization and limits of
which will be arranged after the peace is per
fected between Prussia and Austria.
Iteiti.is, August fl—The Prussian troops
which had penetrated Into Bohemia during
the operations against Austria, have com
menced to evacuate that territory, and It Is
thought they will have completed the work
by the 15th of September.
it., Augnsl T.l.—The Petrie of this
iting says the Emperor Napoleon will cede
Venetia, as handed over to Franco by Atistrhi,
direct to Italy, to to, held as part of the King
dem of 1 Teter Emanuel.
l's-vii, Ilestianv, August W..— After the
conclusion of peace s Prussia., the Empe
ror Franeladoscpb, of aestria, with the con
sent of his Cabinet. intend+ to appoint a re
sponslble Hungarian almister, anti after this
am is completed the Umrgarlart Diet will be
formally re.epentsi In this city some time du
ring the month of September.
Losnon, August F.x-Governor Es - rc, of
Jernalca. whose omelet conduct during the
late negro revolt on that Island has been made
the subject of such no excited and angry can
vass at home, enjoyed a nubile reception at
sonthanipton yesterday. The/etc was given
in his honor by tile inimmliate friends, per
sonal and political. and the municipal anther-
Hies Gmk no part In It. Thorn was a banquet
in the evening. A large opposttlon nteetlng
os held In the same town the same day, at
uch a series of resolutions, condemning the
conduct and rule of the Ex-Governor when Iti
Jamaica, were adopted with great unanimity.
Aril ins, Greece, August IS.—The Turks have
commenced active hostilities against the
Christians In Candle, whom they trent MI
rebels against the authority of the Sultan. A
number of foreign Consular oLneers, particu
larly those of the United States, Holland and
Sweden, have suffered very much damage.
The Consuls have been protected in the name
of their respective Governments. The Chris
tians or Insurgents are twenty-five thousand
strong, cud hold Important points atrainst the
N 1. Lt.+, Aug. 23—The report that Garibaldi
~ : ,bout resigning, or that his resignation
II sit lore tendered to the King, is domed by
throe whose position would place them In
OOlOtotsloll Of ,UCII a fact.
I.4OeDoN. Aug. 2."l—Errning.-.The money mar
ket was Ores to-day, and Console advanced t.
per vent. since nom., the cloning quotation for
money this evening being at...e% The mar
ket for American Steel-Ilien has been steady
and firmer, the rioting quotations showing an
improvement. The latest sales to-day woman
follows: United States mo%; Erie,
111 loots Central, 70.
lacra root, And. M.—Stoning—The weather
111 s been more favorable for the crops, and
the market for foreign breadstotik of all den•
crlptions has ruled Oat, closing dull and down
The Cotton market rules firm, but no chang
l 6 noted In quotations. Thu sale to4lny
reached 1.2,(0u bales.
Lesson, Friday, A nest 24.—Noon.—The
news that a treaty of peace between Prussia.
Austria, Italy and Havana has been signed at
Prague Is hourly expected.
P11A0176, Friday, August 24, A. N.—The most
perfect concord exists among the plenipoten
tiaries assembled here, and a treaty of peace,
though not signed, may be reditrtied as accom
Pawns., Friday, A IIgUSL 24, A. v.—Tile Pros-
Man ti sops are rapidly retiring from Bohemia.
ells thousand [attain at Plague as a garrison
until the treaty of peace, aboat being signed,
is curried Into effect.
tient", August 24—a. n.—The Prussian
Chamber of Deputies has voted a congratula
tory address to Din King upon the successful
results of the war. Toore wore twenty live
llessnwrows, Friday, Aug. 24, A. u. The
steamship Helvetia, from Now York, on the
11th, arrived here this morning.
Leanest, Friday, Aug. ^_l—Noon.—The Money
market is easier, Under a very favorable re
turn of the Rank of Englund, Consols are slid
quoted at the - closing rates of yesterday, nay.
Lemma, Friday. August 2L—Noon.—Ameri.
can securities continued firm. United States
bonds are higher. The current prices are
United States Five-Twenty bonds, 700,,ii Erie
Railway shares, 41 . 16; liiinots Central shares, :0.
Ltvenreed, Friday, August 2l: Noon.— . The
Liverpool cotton market as very Ilan, and
prices are y, of a penny per pound Kgher, as
compared wills t h u last quotations tele
graphed, but are one-Hanged, ou tt,o week.,Tbe
sales of the week sum up, according to the
Broke.' Circular, at 60,000 Liolui. llilddlings
uplands are quoted at 13,1 d.
rwsio, FaIDAv, sag. 24 TL Is reasserted
that tee Emperor Napoleon bus firmly icier>
tod the demands of the Emiiress.of Mexico.
for arisistrume to quell the insurgents. Among
the reasons given by. Napoleon for his refusal
of alit was the necessity of keeping faith with
the Nutted litatcs, concerning the withdrawal
of tito French troops from liflelleo,
Lt seroot, Friday, Aug. 115 tt
The 'ottoa market. Is unchanged . The Balm!'
tad y amounted to eight thousand bales;
mid Ling uplunds, Mid.' The • Breadstuffs
mar et Is dull, Ind prices are trEilOttf. change
of n ; weatorainlxod-corn, 2ds lid . 71to Pro.
N t isi n market is . wi th out : rartioular chlunc4
t *Me whir-kii!:so l4 o l iig;' , -- ` •
.z, ri.0 1 14 A4.210 1 4;-4106140 . 4!)7. 4 ) .Ou'A'!
leALtumuyirea,,- -coispis'_elosed + 4.
- 7Z, 444 11141 liilleKquiltlOAPAillmi3W4g.;
iriv ~ ;f ~
THE NEW ORLEANS RIOTS.
REPORT OF lIIVESTIOATING COMMITTEE
futemiing G - artiontleorr Thr Prenlrni, tzrrrf
tali of War, Lied. Ccrrnur cf b 111,12113.
Grn. Paitl, ila)ur Nauru% and farm
WASIIINOTO,I, August ii.—The following Is
the °Metal corfespondence relative to the New
i deans riots:'
War Department telegiam, from New Or -
ans, Louisiana, July 27(.1i: •
His Excellency, .President Johnson—Si u. Gov
'ernor Wells lies, in cornplitince with the
proclamation Of It. K. Howell: President, pro
tem" signed writs of election to MI VllCalteles
in the Convention and forwurd the same to
the omen of tee Secretary of State.
(Signed,) . Ammar Veering.,
Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana.
ANDaMV J. Ilmiumr,
Attorney General of Louisiana.
The War Departreent has received the fol
New Onveals July 27, 15 8 .-7 b President
Johnson: A Itadical mass meeting, compose°
mainly of a large number of negroes, last
night, ended In a riot. The Committee of Ar
rangements are assembling to-night. Violent
and incendiary speeches were mode. The nu
;woes were called upon to arm themselves.
You are bitterly denounced by Spealrers Field,
Dostie, Hawkins , Henderson, Weir, Ward and
others. Gov. Wells arrived last night, but
sides with the Convention. I move to lay the
whole matter before the Grand Jury, but It Is
impossible to execute civil processes without
a certainty of riots. I contemplated to have
bud membent of the Convention under pro.
cess from the Criminal Court. Is the military
to Interfere to prevent the process of the Court?
(Signed,) ALBERT VUOtral is.,
Lieut. Gov. of /Allillialia.
d_NDO.ENT J. EIEILEON,
Attorney General of Louisiana.
ESECCTIVE AtArltllON, WASMINOTOI.I, D. C.,
July tilth, ISM-76 Albert Voorhees, Lieutenant
Governor of Louisiana, New Orleans:— The
military will be expected to sustain, and not
to obstruct or mterfure with the proceedings
of the Court. A dispatch on the subject of the
Convention was sent to Governor Wells this
Exsorrive. MAISMON. WASHINGTON, D.
July %111, 1036.-7 b Ifs Exeellency, Governor
Wells, Neu, °Heart, have HOell advised
that you have Issued a proclamation conven
ing the Convention elected In 1561. Please in
form me under and by what authority this
has been done, and by what authority this
Convention can sesame to represent the whole
people of theAltate of Louisiana.
N cm , ORLEANS, duty 26, ISM
To Presidon John .m:
Your telegram has Just bee, received. l
have not Lssood a proclamation convening the
Convention of ISO. This was done by the
President of that body uy virtue of a resolu
tion adjourning the Con•cntion subject to his
order, and In that case also authorizing bun
to call on the proper officers to issue writs of
ejection In um - epresented parishes. Al y pros •
lamation is in realmsso to that nail
ordertng an election on the third of
September. As soon u, the vacancies can he
ascertained on el.tion will be held tO till
thorn, when the entire State will be represen
ted. Your obedient currant,
[Signe.l.l J. StAtesos tiret,s,
Governor of houlstant,
• New tlul. cs SA, La., July 24, No:,
IL Hon. Edwin It. Manton, Neerclary of War,
Irettlaowlon—.ll Convention has been culled,
with Ito sanction of Governor Welt., to meet
here on Monday. The Lieutenant Governor
and city authorities think It unlawild, and
proposo to hrcak It up by arreaillg the deb ,
gates. I have given no orders on tile I.llljeCL,
but huvu witfrised toe parties that I could not
Icountenance or permit such action withwat
Instructioneto that effect trout the President.
Pleat. Instruct mu cot once, by telegraph.
ISlgneiL) A. Itsion, Brevet Major lien
New 011.1.9ANk1, July an,
To Mc Pretiderti of the Unary! Slates, Wash
-174/1011...—W Itre 1111110 1111.1 A al 191111191.10r1"111111
1.11/L. C1.121111.4bY the ivennritiling ot the Conven-
LIMA. thing be the tubed condition of entire
among the State HI/E'er. I see no hope of quiet
without yon glee 119 a military governor.
Cannot General tirangto he sent hero.
Leto Major beumal
Exitert - rilfg .11 asins, 4' AMIIINOTON, U. r.
icily I, lar..-7b Andrew J. person, :Marne?,
General of LOut,iants. New Orleans on will
call on General Sheridan, or whoever may be
In ermanand, for sun :lent force to sustain the
civil autholdtles In suppressang all Illegal or
unlawful all3emblles who usurp, or assume to
exercise. Amy power or 11.1.11110rIty 191111H•11.
aret 113Villg Obtlllllo4l the consent of the pert.
plc of the State. If there In to 1.119 a COlll en-
Lion, let .4t Do composed of delegates elto.en
fresh frorkthe people 01 the whole State. The
people usWrst to Aral consult ed.ht ro hl route to
changing the organic law of the State. Usurp
:Olen edit not be toteratedi the law and Con.
.titution be Inogained and thereby peace
and enter. (Signed) SHIHIEVI .loose).
NiM 061..E.Ank, July Se-2h President Jean
ten. —Convent) on met_ A riot broke out In
tile flay. Co far the pollee has the upper hood.
Several while and thieved personv have been
killed. I called on Gen. Baird for assin.ance,
which In cheerfully tendered. Intense excite
ment prevails and the Convention is broken
x A x aster Voonn
Deputy Governor of Louisiana.
New 0 laL NH, July 311—.2 r. the &or,
tory of Wor:—A serious riot tins occurred here
twiny. I have been in fall consultation with
the city authorities and have kept my troops
well in hind for ench an emergency. Thu riot
commenced unexpectedly, and before the
troops couhl reach the scene of action a num
ber of per,ons were killed and woun ded.
have foil compelled to declare martial law,
and have appointed a Military Governor of the
pity. All is quiet now. Several prominent
gentlemen connected with the Convention arc
kllled or wounded.
A. llaann,llrovet IdsJ. Gen.
New dai.tiss, J 3) . -2,, E. IL Nlanh.rl•—
Sin: have the honor to ndorm you that a
very serious riot hes occurred here to-day. I
had not been applied to by the Convention
for protection, but the Lieutenant Governor
and Mayor have freely consulted with me,land
I was so folly convinced that it was so strong
ly the intent of the city withoritiw to
preserve the peace in order to prevent mil
itary interference, that I did not regard an
outbreak as a thing to be apprehended. The
Lieutenant Governor had assured me that
even if a writ of arrest was issued by the
court, the sheriff would not attempt to servo
it without my permission, anal for to-day ,they
desired to sasnend it. I ordered aatea.mer to
be at Jackson barracks, three mile, below the
city, at an early hour in the morning, and a
tug to be ready to bear orders iodic COmmand-
Mg officers of the first Infantry stationed at
that point, at 11.10 o'clock, A. if.
Lieut.-Gov. Vorhces carne to see me and af
ter the conversation, be fouling confident at
the time, of the ability of the police to pre
serve order, I nroposed to bring to the city
four companies an hour in advance of the pro
posed meeting of the Convention at six o'clock
in the afternoon, to be kept near by to case
they should be required to keep clear the
streets In the vicinity of tile flail in which the
Convention was to meet. Ile agreed with me
that It would be very desirable, but left, not
apprehending 11.0 difficulty at twelve o'clock
fn the morning. I 1.11 - OVI2I to coo Judge Howell,
President or the Convention, to request that
arraimoinents might be made to keep any
crowd that might assemble, to protect the
Convention, °Mot tile streets so 11.11 to avoid
an accidental collision.
When I reached his house I learned that the
Convention was to meet at 1Y o'clock, and that
he bad gone to It. Returning to lay headquar
ters I soon received a letter from the Lieut.
Governor Informing me that largo parties of
negroes were collecting from lilt quarters and
coming Into the centre of the Yot he wits
not sure of his information. However, I at
once sent for the troops. Very soon after %yenta
I learned that a riot had taken place near the
Convention Hail, and I sent a stair ollies)r to
investigate - the facts. On his return ho re
ported having met Judge Rowell, who said the
Convention had adjourned for want of a quo
rum, but would meet again at. his r.
This reassured me, Mal again Bent tobasten
the arrival of the troops. Inanediattly after
this the riot assumed a serious character, and
the pollee aided by the citizens Immune the
ar.atiquit., and from the evidence, I am forced
to believe, exercised great brutality in snak
ing their arrests. Finally they attacked the
Convention hall anti a protracted struggle so
onest. The people Inside the ban gave up,
some of whom surrendered and store attacked
afterward and brutally treated. Quite a large
number were injured; I cannot new say how
many. Governor Hahn, Dr. Deltic Mr. Fish,
wereperhaps other members of the
were among the number. tin the arrival of
the troops I soon cleared the street and quiet
was again restored.
Prom the evld since of bad reeling on the part
of Leo citizens, and of sympathy with them on
the part of the police, I felt compelled to de
clare inertial law In the city,. neil appoint
Military Governor, front which I hopo for gsmd
results. I enclose herewith copies of iov
norren•Ondlenco WWI the Mayor and odlsloildt
ti hick the I.lolitelmllt I:overtmr vlalus, to
have received from the Li Crldent. I regret
1 that no reply to my dispatch to you of saint
; day lino yet reached use. General Sheridan he
still absent. in Texas.
I remain, sir, very respect fully,
Your obedient servant,
A. llAtm', Brevet Maio: General.
Ctrs . N ass ORLEA NS, July 25,1.trte.
lireret Major (lcateral Baird—A body of man
claiming to belong to a Convention of 1164, mid
whose avowed object Is to subvert the present
municipal and Stine governments, win, I
learn, assemble In this city on Monday next.
The-haws and ordinances ol the city, which my
° raga makes obligatory upon me to era) faith.
fully env:tut-0i , declares all RESESUROCS
calculated to disturb the pubilo peace
and tranquility as unlawful, and as such
to be dispersed by the Mayor, and the
participants hold responsible for violating
the same. It is my Intention to disperse this
unlawful assemble if found within the corpor
ate Melte of the city, by arresting the mem
bers thereof and holding them accountable to
the existing municipal laws; provided they
moot without the sanction of the military au
thorniest. I wilt esteem It 'a favor, McDevitt,
If, atyour earliest convenience, yogi will in
form um whether this projected meeting has
your approbation, so that.l 'may Roc accord.
ingly. I am,thineml, respectfully yours,
Now Oztaaati, July 5 3. - 73fom,fohn T . llomroe,
havo recellood your communication of
the,. 13th„ laforculug. me: that , a body of
men tllallat=lo ho members of the Conven
tion of /964; whew° sivowoll °Whet into • aubvert
present muntoipat State governments,
isAbOurt'AP ulldhlUD* lEtthht War, and regard.
lug able a.sext.issii on. of those; described,
la4hol, l aW , aattad , :t6: - 411startvpabllo
Velma= trilfultdllll, staltbefahma =lawful,
-Mlmlievattall 3 /e:rilaWi thstAtis
waalithllitihifttlf:wwme 111WflalW ,
sembiy if found within the corporate limits of
the city, by arresting the members thereof
and holding them aceountable to the existing
municipal authority, provided they meet
with the approbation of the military authori
ties. Yon also Inquire whether thisprojeated
meeting has me arobation, so that you may
set accordingly. 4 reply I have therhouor to
state that the assemblage to which you refer,
hue not, on far as I am aware, the sanction or
approbation of any military authority for its
eeting. I - presume the gentleman compos
ing It have never asked for such authority as
the Military Commission is..Stnee I hareireen
In the State they have held themseivesetrletly
aloof from all interference with the political
f h: " * le e : n:r ei teeny ep it a r'l o : d o . h i of h am o y
furnish 7 I O" ,
r e pn e i
toifi n iciflnoor eit he ri v h i r efr a in ed
protect e f o n k n s om Mr : m ean : ll i
its tint. of the S t ole Government. When a sked
Itary guard, I hays replied, no, the Mayor of
Nsw Ont,sa xs, August:.—To C. S. Grant:—
Genornl: The more information I obtain of
the affair of the anh in this city, the more re
volting lit becomes. It was no riot;
it was an absolute massacre by t h e pollee.
whirl, was not exceeded In IR IHNIeroUs cruelty
by that of Fort Pillow. It was a murder which
the Mayor anti police of the city perpetrated
WlLbonttlie shadow of a neeessity;furthermore
I believe It was premeditated, and every in
dication points to this. I recommend the re
moving of this ball man. I believe It would he
hailed with the sincerest gratilleation by two
thirds of the population et the city, There
has been a recline of insecurity on the part of
the people here on account of this man,whtch
is now so much increas.l that the surety of
life and property does not rest with the civil
authority, but the military.
(signed,) P. 11. SHERIDAN,
New ofiLSAAP, Aug. R. Grant, Ifltah-
Orglon.—Uaxgrixt:-1 have the honor to report
that all Is quiet in the city, but there is con.
siderable excitement in the • public. mind.
There is no interference on the part of the
military with the civil government, which
performs all its duties without hindrance. I
have permitted the retention of the military
governor appointed during my absence, as It
gives confidence and enables the military to
know what Is occurring in the city. Ito does
not Interfere with the civil matters. Unless
good judgement is exercised there will be an
exodus of Northern capital and union men,
which will be injurious to the city and to the
whole country. I will remove the military
Governor In a day or two. I again strongly
advise that some disposition bo made to
phange the present Mayor, as I believe It
would do more to restore confidence than any
thing that could be done. If the present Gov
ernor could be changed also, It would not be
amiss. P. H. Snintrnsa.
Major General Commanding.
WASHINGTON, August 3. IMG.
Major General SherleArn, New Orferinsr---Con
tin se to enforce martial law, so far as may be
necessary to preserve the peace, and do not
allow any of the civil authortties;to act if you
deem such action dangerous to the public safe
ty. Lose no time le Investigating and report
ing the canoes that led to the riot and the facts
which occurred. U. S. linsler,
Wesu isu roe, in. C., Aug. 4, lola.
le ..ifivor Gencral Sheridan, Commanding al
New Ortcoat—We have been advised here that
prior to the assembling Of the Illegal and ex
tinct Convention elected in ISU , inflammatory
and Insurrectionary speeches were made tci
mob composed of white and colored persons,
urging upon them to arm and equip them
selves for the purpose of protecting and ses
tet/ling tiler Convention in its Illegal and un
authorized proceedings Intended and calcula
ted to upturn and supercedo the existing State
government of Louisiana, which had traen
recognized by the government of the United
States. Further, slid the mob assemble and
was it untied for the purpose of sustaining the
Convention In Its usnrpatlon and revolution
ary proceedings I Have any arms been
taken from persona since the 33th nit.,
who were supposed or known to be connected
wUb this snob I Have not various individuals
been assaulted and shot by persons connected
wit ti this nine and without good cause, and In
violation of the public peace and geed ender?
Was not the assembling of this Convention,
soul the gathering of the mob for its defence
nod protection, a main cause of the [knous
and unlawful prOcectllngn ut the civil author.
hies of New ()deans I Have steps been taken
by the civil ant horiLiel to arrest and try any
awl all those who were engaged in this riot,
and those who have committed offences in vies.
laUon Of law 1 Can ample justice be meted
by the civil authorities to all offenders against
the law? WIII General Sheridan please fur
nish me a brief reply to the above Inquiries,
n Ili such other information us he may be in
o.c,ses,On or I Please answer by telegraph,
at your earliest Convenience.
Counterfeit National Currency—Sol
diers Ulm Died at rilli.tro/11. Monroe
nod liampton Roads—Our Dead in
Yesam—Orators at (be Soldiers and
Helloes Couseution—Appointments by
IVASUISOTOS, August 21.—The prevalent re
ports that counterfeit eve dollar National
'rank notes are in etreulatlon, are untrue.
Timmer', no counterfeits of this description.
Quartermaster General Bleigs, ha+ pubdshed
by authority of the Secretary of N'ar, the
names of soldiers who died in defense of the
American Union, interred in the National
Cemeteries at Fortress Monroe and Hampton
Roads, Virginia. It is the lmontiou of Ole of
ficers on duty tit the fort, to eruct S mono
anent to the memory of the deceased.
The quartermsster General has also pub-
MM.I the roll of honor or names of those
whose remains are in.errml In the Eastern
district of Texas, Central district of Texas,
Rio Grande district, Department of Texas,
Camps Ford end Tyler, Texas, and Corp.
Christi, Texas. Scattered as these places are,
over largo extent of territory, it was not
considered advisable to disinter the remains
o i4l remove them to a central territory.
The addition to the list of orators published
in today's paper to speak at the Soldiers' and
Ssilors , s Convention of Cleve . tand, and a large
number of other gentlemen have accepted
almilnr invitations, their names will soon be
given to the public. Major General Meade and
the Mesh= Minister will be of the excursion
party to Chicago.
The following appointments were made to
day by the President: James IL Anderson.
collector of the 11th district of Ohlo: S. G.
Hicks, Assessor of the 11th dbitmet of lihnols;
Asa Faulkner. Collector of the 3d district of
Tennessee; Henry E. Murray, Collector Of the
Nth district of Ohio; Thomas M. Benton, As
sessor of the tilt district of Iowa; George S.
Cooper, Assessor of the lth district of Michi
gan; General Cyrus 0. Loomis, Assessor Of the
2.1 district of Mlehlgari J. Crocket Sayers,
sensor of the Gth district of Kentucky; lease
D. Jones, Postmaster, Fairfield, Iowa; 31artin
L. Norton, Postmaster, Grass Valley, Califor
nia; Charles Case, Postmaster, Waukegan,
llnots; Martin Boyd, Postmaster, Springdeltl,
Missouri; Captain richt:Meld, Assessor of the
11th district of Ohio.
The Paris Exposition-1101r to Pilo
Claims for Bounty.
tVsnoieorox, August 21—Much misunder
standing about admissions to the Paris Expo
salon seems to exist among some of the au
thorities of several States. Positively no arti
cles will be entered or received at the exhibi
tion except those for which applications shall
have been duly filed with and accepted by the
gral agent at New York, J. C. Derby, 2lmer
building, No. 10 Parke how. All applications.
therefore, should be promptly forwarded to
him, as he is required to have the descriptive
catalogue ready by the 15th of next month.
Although the present list of applications
promises an excellent exhibition in several
groups, it is detleiont la a few important par
ticulars, such is rich furnishings, upholstery
and I leconaive work; chrystals and rich pot
teries; carpets, wall papers, cutlery, bronzes,
,te.; cotton and its products; wool and its pro
ducts; fleeces of wool, shawls of wool, hosiery,
Ac.; plans and models of rural buildings,
substances,apparatus and iitstruineats
for hunting, fishing and for collecting natural
product.. ;cereals, wines and fermented drinks.
Judging by the great number of claims that
are daily received at the office of the Paymea
ter General, those who believed themselves to
be entitled to the bounty allowance under the
act of July tsth, lain, entertain the Impression
that mime will be gained by securing the en
trance of their elairn9 to file In the Office at the
Bret possible day. This is an error. The wise
and prudent among the claimants will defer
remitting their claims and papers to the au
thorities until they learn the nature and re
quirements of the regulations which are to
govern the payments of their claims, These
regulations may materially affect the charac
ter and forms of application, In which case
the last clones received will most probably be
first settled, while these on Tile may need Lobe
returned for necessary changes. Nothing is
gained to the claimant, but no the contrary
ranch time may be lost, and the examination,
Ac., upon claims may be greatly hindered by
overhaste in subnutting them for file.
Congress has provided free transportation to
Paris for goods and show eases, In which to
exhibit goods at the Exposition, as well as
competent °Mons end guards to take care of
Pharmaceutical Convention—Next An
nual ateetkag to be lick! In New York
—.laionrned Sine Die—Exeurelon an
take Erie—Terrible Murder by a Negro
New Postinatter at Detroit.
Dreams., Any. 2.4.-011 the third day of the
Pnarmacoutical Convention govern! amend
ments to the Constitution wore passed. .A
immtnlften was appointed on internal revenue
tax, with instructions to confer with the Cpm.
lob:mien', The next annual meeting wilt he
hold In New York: A eounnunleation from
the American College Pharmacy, asking sam
ples of American fruits, was referred to COI
New York College. A motion wasi:i t loptell
pviding for the representation of t ills Noel
otY at the International Pharinaccuti I Con
vention at. Paris next year. A. Istrgoiamount
of important business was trunsae ed, and
thou adjourned eine ale.
In the afternoon the members enjeyed an
excursion on fake Erie.
A terriflo murder was committed near Lan
sing toslay. A negro named Taylor, killed
the wile and daughter of John Buck.; Taylor
was followed and arrested.
It Is annonneecf that Col. iiVriry Barnes is
appointed Postmaster or
Circular fiom the Igor Deportment of
New Tenn, dug. 24.—The loUrnslug is leaned
from the War Department: To the Fenian
Brotherhood: Centres of Circles arelreq east
ml to forward immediately to these headquar
ters the name of a competent Military
man from each circle, for the purpriae of op
pointment.to rearrange the milibuy branch
of each circle. Care must be Wien that none
but experienced and tried of be belected.
[Signed] T. W. Swanneer,'
06(mM/try of War Fenian BrOtherhood.
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PRICE THREE CENTS
An Appeal from Southern LoranTM.
Near Tons, August 9a.—The following appeal
from the Sonthern loyalists Is published In
To the Loyal Hearts of the ..Vation:—Ninety
loam ago our fathers pi °claimed a now theory
of government, fotinded cm the protection of
the rights of the citizens. On tee Sin day of
September neat it is proposed to hold a grand
mass meeting in the shades of independence
stall 'in the city of Philadelphia, to reassert
the deetrines of our ancestors. All who be
ihSvo with our fathers that the constitutional
rights of the eltizens are the first and para
mount objects dr republic= government, are
corilitdly invited to atteact
The three hundred th ousand Onion defend
ers from the South, who stood in the ranks of
the Union'army, send greeting to the, brave
veterans of the North, through oursepresen
lative delegates to the Vonventlfin •of the
SOnthem Unionists, a hearty invitation
for our comrades la a common cause, to
meet us on thiti apotamule sacred to liberty.
Come one, come all. Come tb2 the =Norm of
blue. Como as you came to the South on the
great mission to relieve tt from the despotism
of usurping traitors. Come as you came when
you caused the hearts of all the depressed
Unionists to leap for joy at the reappearance
of the old flag, upheld by strong hands and
brave deeds. Let the Unionists of-the North ,
and the South come together, and renew the
pledge to sustain liberty, order and law.
Editors are respectfully requested to assist
In giving this Invitation an extended circula
By order of the Committee of Arrangements
or the Convention of Southern Unionists.
Riot In Louisville—Z . lol_l3ol lallnlgn De-
stroyed by Pine
.I.otrisvitcs, August 21.—A shooting [tinny
took place last night at n saloon on Cedar
sj.reet:between F. W. Taylor, auctioneer, and
IL C. Jenkins, Connellman. Two °Meer"; In
terfered when the right became general, Capt.
Patterson. one of the nincers, receiving three
halls through his clothing. Olficcr Sayers re
ceived a severe sound from the butt of a pin
tol. The Investigation will De held to-day.
A lire bloke out this morning In the locality
known as Smoky Row, destroying seven or
eight wooden buildings. Loss considerable.
Cholera to U el=grope and Cold
Ifeurrus, August 21.—Flue new cases Of
ch 4 3 l l Ne are port7 ort e h d o t c o r ' o la p y s Pi n t% f e a lntOrio r are
very tinvorable, and tho want of rain is sore
ly felt. The corn crep,generally, Is a failure.
The weather Is unusually cool, the thermom
eter being 70.
CITY AND SUBURBAN.
ADDITIONAL LOO4NEWI3 ON THIRD PAGE.)
Union Republican County F7L.PC (IVO
In pursuance of adjournment, the coni tul
tee met at the omen of Bayne Staler, yea
terday afternoon nt two o'clock.
A quorum being present the meeting was
organized by calling John 11. Stewart, Esq., to
The Committee on Headquarters reported
that they had secured City Hall as the Head
quarters of the Union Republican °Manisa
The minutes of the preeeeding meeting were
read and approved.
It was moved and seconded that tile Com
mittee on Headquarters be instructed to em
ploys Janitor. Carried. '
Geberal A. L. Pearson reported that he had
received a communication froni General Rat,
10.1, stating that be will visit Pittsburgh be
fore the October election. The communica
tion was received anti flied.
The following is the letter from General
Be r Fee, wean Guinean-an, MASS.,
Mr Dzen Sim—i hope to be In Pittsbugh,
and meet my fellow-citizens of Pennsylvania
before their election. I will ao an that a man
can to effect that object.
I will be very happy to see you at Lowell or
Gloucester, where - I am spending the summer
on the sea shore as my residence, but at the
risk of seeming inhospitable, I will say that
you tun do nothing by personal presence to
insure me to come to Pittsburgh which I am
not doing for myself to aid on the same ob
Please say to Major Cassels that I mean to
come. Yours truly,
Haar. F. BUTLER.
7b Gen. A. L. Prarzon, lirant strect,
On motion of Wm. M. Hersh, Esq., Capt. H.
W. Beltzheaver, PlOnbargh, John heath, Al
legheny, and Capt. Jam. Miller, of Manches
ter, were added to the Committee on Finance.
A number of committees for sub-districts
Mr. Hersh moved that City Hall Do opened
by a grand rally on To.day night next„as tho
Republican Headquarters, at which time ar
rangements will bo made for attending the
Convention of Loyalists about to assemble at
Philadelphia, and that tho Committee on
Speakers secure speakers, and the Committee
on Music, a band. Carried.
The following was offered by Gen. A. L.
Pearson, and adopted.
WhanzAs, The - Soldiers and Sailors National
Union have resolved to hold a National Con
vention at Pittsburgh, on Monday, September
24, and as raid Convention will to some extent
conflict with the proposed Union Republican
Mass Convention; therefore,
Resolved, That said Maas Compontion be in
Resoired, by the Union Republican Breen
rive Committee, That we extend a cordial wel
come to the soldiers and stators who may vi sit
our city on that occasion, and with a view to
receiving these gallant men in a fitting man
ner, we respectialdy request on r fellow-citizens
to co-operate with us in all necessary measures
in that behalf.
On motion of lir. Hersh a committee of five,
of which General James S. Negley shall be
Chairman, be appointed to communicate in
regard to, and make arrangements for the
National Union Convention of soldiers and
sailors. General James S. Kegley, General A.
L. Pearson, General Charles Marries Colonel
J. B. Copeland, Captain Samuel Klilaire, Col.
T. Y. Rayne are the committee.
The above Committee were authorized to
add to their number. .
On motion or J. K. Brown, Messrs. W. B.
Hamilton and Samuel linathilre were added to
the Executive Committee.
On motion Captain C. W. Batchelor was ap
pointed a Committee to make arrangements
ior the Philadelphia Convention.
On motion the thanks of the Committee
were extended to Messrs. Bayne Shafer for
the use of their office, after which the Com
mittee adjourned to meet et City Ball on Tnei
day afternoon at two o'clock.
Another - 011 Well.—Tho 011 City .Regfsfer
says: A new well was struck Monday last,
Just above the Cherry Valley 011 Co's. office,
on the bluff, near the Mason well. The well
was put down by tne company. They had
been engaged for several days in pumping it.
An attempt was made to draw the sucker rods.,
when the well commenced to flow at a furious
rate. It 'notated to be now producing at the
rate of between three and four hundred bar
rels per day. We aro gratified to notice this
ample evidence of the productiveness of the
Smith Farm. Its owners, the Cherry Volley
011 Company, are among the best men wo
have, and deserve fortunes favors.
Seriously DiJared.—testerday at noon a
man named J ohn IL Jones attempted Winn:lp
aboard of the Express train coming to the
city on the Allegheny Valley Railroad, at Law -
rencoville. He missed Ills footing, was caught
by the engine and dragged some ten yards be
fore he could be relieved from his perilous po
mition. He was severely Injured about the
body, and as the heel of his loft foot was
caught under the wheels and badly crushed, it
he feared that amputation will be rendered
necessary. Ile was conveyed to the Mercy
Hospital where ho wM be kindly cared for.
Jones resides at Lewisburg, Pa.
Feelings of Anger Benin Express
ed.—"Woll Bridget, how are you feeling to
nightt" "Just dead, I thank you, ma'am."
"Indeed Bin glad to hear it, for you have used
the last drop my Tebbett's,PhysiOlogleal 'Hair
Regenerator, Co I can't dress for the hall to
night!" 0, the luxury of this preparation.
Its perfume is delightful—soils nothing—re
stores white and gray hair—preyents its fall
ing off—keeps the scalp free from dandruff,
and is the pride of the fashionable. Bold by
the gross, dozen or single bottle of Dr. Key.
ear's, No. ifs Wood street.
Cool Weather.—The weather has been so
cool for the last day or two that heavier cloth
ing has been adopted, and Am In counting
rooms and dwellinse have become a familiar
right. In fact we find a fire very comfortable,
and very uncomfortable without one. The tow
ports front alt parts, north, east and Treat, ate
the same, It appears to have the effect of
abatintclee cholera, and If for !mother reason,
It Is welcome,
Old CUlnoue (lone.—Harrisburg lost three
of its oldest citizens on Wednesday. Antho
ny NluWirer. a soldier in the Napoleonic wars,
aged seventy-num years, and for fifty years a
rwildeneof that eltyi W. Willis, aged eighty
years, and for sixty years a resident of that
place, and Mrs. Catherine McCarthy, aged
seventy-live years—all departed in one ilaY
for hat bourne from whence no traveler re
To Ho Played Over Agaltt.—The fleet
ulna of the Flygen, aud the Oral nine or the
Lincoln base bull clubs, commenced playing a
game at Oakland Park, on Thursday, for the
purpose of deciding which were the lent play.
era, when the rain came upon them, and they
were compelled to •break of. On Toesday
next, if the day proves favorable, they trilby°.
atone the gable at the mane palm. '
Reeovering.—lt will be remembered that
some days since we mentioned the Met that
Mr. C.-W. Oweton, of this city, had been pot
sonedby a druggist In Oil May. who. adminis
tered to him ammonia by mistake„ We are
glad to learn from Inc Oil taty R.igiiter that
Mr. Owstort has entirely recovered.'
Not Tot Cooeloded.—The ,contract for
building the tower for too reettptlint of lho
great bell for the use of the rlyo Marin Tele
graph was not let out yokterday, nevus antici
pated, but the probability Is tbat It will be
awarded to-day at cloven Welook; As soon as
the contract Ls signed the work or building-
pion to the Bheeer-Qntta - a'-uumbor of
Pnr ki , ^"f /Ca cattle Cleveland train, at one
cdeloe.k yesterday veOrnlng:for, the Imrpooo
attencllng thdraces at Cleveland. Wu , opine
the track rho 'rather.honVy Pronod reeler
Meta the Weehly taavrae maybe !Ming Wee
tier counter Ohl MarAUW 'At 1 11,3 3
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1- NE-WEEKLY GAZETTE.
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The edition is [orwa dedirblebwtl! teal ee •d t. •
scribers aooealtU tha matt ma,
SINGLE COMM PXIII. 1t atEAR.......—... 11180
CLUBS Or rtys...— ...-........ Ito
:Luiz Or Tax AEU UPWkauz. o .' tie
On Thu relay atonto= a realsbp, the name
of Jolla Bock, in the ampler
& Co., of the Lake Superior IreaVilullkiteil
cheater, snot with an accident whiejl'entriSed
his death shortly attar. Beek wilVieserking
twain a tressle worlawannecting the works
with the rtttstmrgh and Wayne Rail
d d, several
cars loaded with atone being im
meiately over him. Some workmen !rho
were earned on the carS-nonidantaily
a stone war the edge of One thans, trhich
struck Sleek on the head, t , rashing his skull
and causing his death in -awn three hours.
When the accident occurred be wailMitett to
the Marino Hospital, but otter/As teeth; his
bO4 was removed to his t attl e- residence on
Western Avenue, at which plain m, thrynoet
wns 'laid by Coroner Clawson, Ttaaict of
the Loroncr's jury was that laiattleath arts tba
result of accident. Bock erne abourefts,septs
of age, and loaves a wife and fettGniffi.
We are also informed that aureirk in. tb,
rolling mill or Jones, Laughlin & Co.,'met
with his death by his head behrgenteht Mika
machinery, which crushed Mal/Rai . yro Clid
not learn particulars, or What UM
The immortal bard of Aton, William ghat
spearc, has declared that "nothing so becomes
a man as mild behavior and humility," but
every parson gifted, with good sense and a
scrawl pair of optics will agree with us when
we any that nothing eo becomes n wens= as
beautiful dress. OUT ladles may Do Jlatio's-7
may outrival the slaughters of Clrcamda In
natural attractions. but without a neat and
becoming robe, their beauty is not percepti
ble. Dress Is to the person what a brilliant
setting is to the opal—it lands an additional
attraction, and servos to bring oat In bold , ro•
lief the latent beauty buried In the bauble. In
order that our ladies may know where tower.
cure therequisite material to make a WM
pieta and becoming outilt, we would edible
them to go to the dry goods and ladles' fur.
dishing emporium of Messrs. llates & Bell, Nb.
al _rift h street. liner can ho found stilts, satins,
tom rimaca, organdies, muslins, linens, vel
vets, and calicos of such a viety or pa
tante nod qualities '
as to suit th ar e taste of the
Most fastidious eannossieur In the matter of
dress. In addition to the varied stock from
which a selection may be made, the scale of
prices adopted by this firm are no low as to
Itaivb but the Widest margin for profit. Their
motto is, "Quick sales and small profits."
Adlinseed s —A hearing was had before Al
derman Morrow, yesterday, in the case of
Elizabeth Moore, ,against Zsonnal Jones. for
Malicious mischief. We gave the foil partic
ulars of the case In a former hissed% and It Is
therefore unnecessary to repeat them, nave
CO suds that the affair consisted In Savoie]
breaking Mrs. Moorefs furniture. Ile was
nnlp iu toasted demolished Catherlne'snouse•
hold effects for the purpose Of seeing what
she would say, w as all Lao defence lie offered,
when asked to furnish a reawm for hla cOn
duct tieing satisfied with what Catherine
said upon the subject, be desired to have the
matter adjusted, which was done by the de
fendant handing Elizabeth 4,5 to repair the
articles broken, and paying the costa. 'The
parties are both colored.
cSar a Aug. 21th. W I. LI
Infant von of namoet and Sarah J. It. Riddle.
Funeral from reeldt nee of S. Riddle, :tooth
aveue, Allegheny elty. on nEr n "AV, Shat tout., at
2 'c n lock. r 0.. to p occed to Allegheny Cemetery.
BUFVUSI—CLARA Al ARIA. ,poly doogiltwo of J.
C. and A. At. Refloat, on Friday. .L. 11.0 Mat:, et ,
o'clock. I. at., aged earn. It months-111ot days.
Thu frkods of ti e family tire Incited to attend her
fn octal from the realdence of her parents, loot of
Borough street, Lawrenceville, on YO-I.IOIMOW
(tlondial') at I O'clock. Carriage., 'fill leave
W. H. Levore, lOC Urant ntrert, for the (tonne,
at t o'clock.
111011ARDSON —On Thal - F.44y morning. Aug.!.
MI. 1866. at 9', o'clock, I:EI:at:CA RICH ALLMON,
Cu the Oth year of her age.
The fu aeral o 111 to Le place Irma the reoldever of
ber h.barl, No. 20 Duncan street, 13aTenth Ward,
at 14 o'cloek oATI . I:I , AY ArrunooelY, A egoist lith.
The feltools of the fatally are reapeetfolly Invited to
beatallel “ilcolls-afre," the largest suburban
place el fo.pulehre. c•ceept QUO In 11555 eovnty, bil
e...ion New Ilrightoo rort.l, I , lm. ,, llatmly north of
Allegheny. For 10urlal 1111, Pyruots or titles, tall
at llentml Drug Ftel, 5 5)5 , 1..t l;l11%/.11". Alle
FAIRMAN & SAMSON.
No. 106 Smithfield St., COI'. 7th,
(Eat.. fromSeTenth Street,)
PITT.-&-IEtTYILW XX, 3P. a...
ANI , [33 bANDUSICY
A LEA. AI KEN,
No. leg Fourth street, entsburgl, L. Cl.PrlriNb of
a:1 kinds, CRAPFS, fa LOV NN, and ev,r , -.servitor,
or Funeral Fora...bag 0C.113 111.1312.1.
W. Jacobus, MD., Thous. Ern ut. roO., Jacob It
R . T. WHITE & CO.,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
Manchester, Wood'• Run and vicinity.
COFFIN ROOMS Al MANCHESTER LIVERY STABLE
*wrier os Sheffield and Martlers streets.
Il mi. and Carriaxes furninbeal.
DUNSEATH & CO'S
Watch Repairing Establishment,
S 8 E3troot,
LADIES , AND GENT'S
ALL AT! LES.
MITX.T.aI.O WIX.sIiTIZ 'O9.
109 WYLIE ST.. NEAR FIVTILI
SOLD BY 1115 AGENTS,
31EL4/21.,ElL3IFT'Vr del iC/
Hooters In Optical Goals,
93:1.2 Smithfield Street.
Thla Instrement bs very generally used by Farmets
and Merchant., . well oa ateamboatmen. It com.
blnes • el.k, Barometer and Thermometri. and
ran be be depended upon fur indicating the tsanee
Get the Beet—Wier AIWaYs GiVO Katia"
Every week, Dr. ()Edney A. Scott is called
upon to insert Artldedal Itetifin cases where
other dentists have tried, been Amid, and holed,
and in every case his work gives entire antis.
faction. lie is quite an artist in 1.15110 :of
business, and has merely to examine a case to •
know how to articulate the teeth so tbatl hey •
will present a handsome and natural appear
ance, and will masticate the focal thorougitly.
Idspriessarelower than More of coy deettat
to the city, and ho will eflaranfre his work ti be
superior. So It would better for any of our
readers who are in want of teeth, to call ilium
the Dr. in the first place, and thereby mice
their time and money. "We would also osiers
those persons who ate suffering with diseased
and unsightly teeth that they can bavoa thorn
extracted without anti pain whaliver,bicallingy„:Z
upon Dr. Scott. Ile has eitraMcd for orcr
thousand - persona within the Diatievereyerriiii: ll .
and amentythlis large nuMber there IS sit -. 9tutkf
case in which his process hasprovediniallat*W,',l
On the contrary,lto can refer true:ntwist'
his patients who claim to hare I.:Ceti . ..her' iegtAs4
in renewed henith. Ile extracts tOrsibaiti'llp r . L.: , , - :,
ly by the now ..ithisolene or
and gives pure Laughing, Gtm to . Shwa
desire, It, without charge. Ile taakffif.tiri k ip l.
charge for extrtie.tuig wheditilmlebd teeth era
ordered, and gives .a Dill 'art on •Viii4nlia l / 4 ?, -, ; , !, ,
with beautiful gums, for 'aight. - -tballt4l. , glisfl!;: ,
member Ids number, 278 Penn Woof,
door above Aland.
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