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measures with a view of putting speedily into operation, in the late insurgent States, ma- chinery for the sale of public lands.

Hon. D. P. Holloway has tendered his resigna- tion as Commissioner of Patents.

It is published that all the troops around Washington will be paid this week.

The Postmaster General has notified the Pro- visional Governors that the postal service will be resumed on all the lines of railroad in the South as soon as they respectively certify that the routes are in a proper condition for that purpose.

BARNOTI'S MUSEUM DEBTBOYED.—A fire broke >ut in Barnum's Museum in New York, about

[Oon on the 13th inst., making terrible havoc among the great showman's extensive collection

almost '• everything under the sun."

The

Museum Buildings, and several buildings in the vicinity, were entirely swept away, with most of

their

contents.

The loss

is several

hundred

thousand

dollars.

Mr. Barnum

has taken mea-

ures more

to "get u p " another museum on a extensive scale. We learn that Mr.

Btill Bar-

u m i s h e a v i l y i n s u r e d , b u t n o t h a l i e n o u g h t o

over his loss.

  • Hay is $6 to $7 a tun at Brie, Pa.

  • The debt of New York city is $31,776,824.

  • Prairie hens are almost extinct at the Weet.

  • Patients at the Newbern hospital are charged $3

>er day for ice.

  • Virginia had 80,000 free negroes within her bor-

ers before the war.

;

  • Five hundred barrels of yellow snuff are stored

t Greensboro, N. C., for Southern women to chew.

Employ the Wounded Soldiers.

ALL PERSONS in Rochester or its vicinity who are disposed to employ Wounded Soldiers, are requested to call at this Office, where a list of such is kept—de- scriptive of name, age, nativity, former occupation, in what manner disabled, reference, &c. It is especially important that the returned wounded men of our own gallant regiments have an opportunity to earn what they can toward the support of themselves and their families, and it is hoped our city business men, and farmers, horticulturists, etc., in the surrounding country, will give them employment so far as iB con-

sistent.

D. D. T. MOOEB, Mayor.

— The season at Newport, R. L, bids Mr to be the :ayest ever experienced. MAYOR'S OFFICE, Rochester, June, 1866. The subscription to the National Loan on the 14th, amounted to 14,516,500. On the 15th, it was $10,331,200. Only about $50,000,000 of the notes remain unsold. It is calculated that the whole amount will be taken by thefirstday of August. NEWS PARAGRAPHS. — The manufactured tobacco of the South will be taxed from 15 to 40 cts. per lb. ITCH. "WHE.A.TO:N"»S ITCH. SCRATCH. OINTMENT SCRATCH. " L » t b e l l e i n e v e r y t o w e r b e r a n g , MORE than 10,000 muleB and horses, 2,000 am- ulances and army wagons, with a vast amount f harness, equipage, &c, were sold last week at Washington. A n d b o n f i r e s b l a z e a b r o a d * ; L e t t h a n k s f r o m e v e r y l o y a H o n g u e — Four prisoners were detected in attempting to ireak jail at Troy, Tuesday week. WILL cure the itch in 48 hours—ei&o cures Salt Rheum, Vkers, CMMains, and all Eruptions of the Skin. Price 50 cents; by sending 60 cents to WEEKS & POTTEB, 176 Washington St., Boston, will beforwardedfreeby mail. I n t h u n d e r r i s e t o G O D . The doom of Bebeldom is sealed, — The Customs revenue of the port of New York averaged $338,000 a day last week. The limit of circulation of National Banks, which was fixed by a law of Congress at $300,- 000,000, has been nearly reached, and but few more banks will be authorized. The number will now reach nearly 1,600. T h e c o n q u e r i n g s w o r d o f M & T B A l o n e t h e p a t r i o t c a n w i e l d For sale by all druggists. 791-96t AN extensive sale of Govenment mules is to ake place, under the direction of General Ekin, at Cleveland, Ohio, commencing on the 8th of August. G O D b l e s s t h e S t r i p e s a n d S t a r s . " — The Mich. Southern road reports the traffic for the first week in July at $9,000 over 1861. ROCHESTER, N. T., JULY 22, 1865. — There was a car load of cotton burned on the Central railroad, near this city, last week. The Government is informed that a treaty of peace has been made with the Cherokee Indians by Col. Amantes, U. S. A., in behalf of the United States. IN Virginia there have been recently thirty days f great heat. The thermometer has not marked ess than eighty-six degrees, and has frequently risen among the nineties. NEWS OF THE WEEK. — Petroleum haB been discovered upon land of Dr. D. M. Shipman, in Penneld, this county. Rural New-Yorker Office, > ROCHBSTEB, JULY 18,1865. J THE market remains quite firm in all departments. farmers are all engaged In harvesting and little or no >roduee is being brought in. New bay has made Its ap- pearance In the market; the best quality is bringing $14. Old hay still brings $18. The streets are unusually quiet — The Goodyear rubber patent has expired, after running twenty-one years and yielding near $40,000,000 profits. News Summary. The rebel treasure of Tennessee, re-captured recently from ex-Governor Harris, has been con- verted by Gov. Brownlow into Seven-thirties. It amounted to $500,000 in gold. TEE Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company has transported since the first of June,fromWaeh- ington to the west and north, two hundred and hirty thousand soldiers. matters In Virginia. — During the past week thirty-four National Banks have been established, with a total capital of $10,- 064,875. THB N. Y. Herald's Virginia correspondent of July 12, says the difficulties between the planters and freedmen continue to give both civil and military authorities much trouble. Many of the planters, it is said, are desirous to get rid of the negroes altogether, and supply their places with white labor from the North and Europe. for this season of the year. Wholesale Prices Current. The New York Herald says there is great pur- turbation among the petroleum men in that city, and a grand smash-up is imminent. o i l , b u r s t r e c e n t l y a t P i t h o l e C r e e k , a n d r — Fires are raging in the woods of the upper penin- iula of Michigan, eeriously endangering a number of Tillages. THE Galveston Bulletin says that nearly all the more conspicuous rebel leaders and func- ionaries in Texas have skedaddled. Gov, Mur- rayfledwith Gen. Shelby. a n F L O U B , F E E D , G B A I K , E t c . F l o u r , w ' t w h e a t , $ 9 , 5 0 @ l l , 0 0 D o . r e d w h e a t , $ 7 , 0 0 ® 8 , 0 6 D o . e x t r a S t a t e , 6 , 0 0 ® 7 , 0 0 D o . b u c k w h e a t , 8 , 0 0 ® 8 , 2 5 M l U f e e d , c o a r s e , . . 2 0 , 0 0 3 0 0 , 0 0 i D o . f i n e 8 5 , 0 0 @ 0 0 , 0 0 d e a l , c o r n . c w t . . . 1 , 9 0 ® 2 , 0 0 W h e a t , r e d 1 , 4 0 ® 1 , 4 5 B e s 80® 85c Gen. Dix is settling up his affairs as comman- der of the Department of the East, when it is understood that he will return to civil life. — The painter's strike in New York against a reduc- ion of wages, has terminated in favor of the jour- neymen. t w h i t e C o r n , o l d , V b u . . . 7 5 ® s D o . n e w , 7 5 ® 8 B y e ) a t s i a r l e y J e a n s 1 , 0 0 ® 2 , M E A T S . P o ft r t , o l d m e s s , . . t - g , 0 0 ® 2 H. D. SHERMAN, of the famous Sherman oil well, who five years ago was a poor man, is now reported to be worth overfivemillion of dollars. He expects soon to be rich 1 7 D o . n e w m e s s . . 2 9 , Carrots 1 The Committee of Richmond men who visited President Johnson to induce him to rescind the $20,000 exemption in his Amnesty Proclamation, have returned without meeting with any success. The old Virginia State banks are now in pro- Gen. Grant's "log-house," occupied by him at City Point, is on its way to Philadelphia, where it is to be placed in a prominent position in one of the city parks. 0 0 @ 8 0 D o . c l e a r , V n > . 1 HIDES AND SKINS. — In Louisville, Ky., one hundred and thirteen couples were married last month, and in Richmond only nine couples. Green hides trlm'd 6 Do. untrimmed. 5 6 ® l 80® D 8 r e s s e d h o g s ••• Green calfekina 11 , c w t l l , 0 0 @ 1 8 J e e 60® 6 75c®tl< f J & 0 0 ® 1 4 ( S p r i n g l a m b s , . . . . 2 , 5 0 ® 4 b u t — Wm. H. Crennell of this city has been appointed Collector of the Port of Genesee in place of P. H. THE Detroit Free Prees says that eight hundred nd ten vessels have passed that port loaded with t o n , * B > 1 0 ® 1 l a m s _ 1 4 ® 1 8 c T u r k e y s . . . . . 3 0 ® 2 0 c G e e s e , » p a i r . During the rebellion, as officially published, . . 0 , 0 0 ® < y » D A I S Y , E t c . B u t t e r , c h o i c e r o l l 2 0 ® 2 3 c D o . p a c k e d . . . . 1 8 ® 2 0 c C h e e s e , n e w , 1 6 ® 1 8 D o . o l d 2 2 ® 2 3 c L a r d , t r i e d 1 8 ® 2 0 c D o . cess of liquidation, and it is thought holders of their notes will not realize over twenty cents on the dollar. Maine furnished 66,669 troops, Vermont 34,490, Connecticut 54,468, Rhode Island 23,355, West Virginia 29,012, Massachusetts 153,706, New Hampshire 33,358, Kansas 21,948, Pennsylvania 360,000, Iowa 72,358. , ;rain since the opening of navigation, carrying ome sixteen million bushels. r o u g h 0 0 ® 0 0 c T a Crandall, removed. 16/ l l o w , t r i e d 9 ® 1 0 D o . r o u g h 7 ® 8 c _ _ THE heirs of the late President Lincoln own one hundred and sixty acres of land in Iowa, which was conferred upon him for services ren- dered during the Black Hawk war. ^ofc-T*1*'59 E g g s , d o z e n , 2 3 ® Henry A. Wise has made application to the military authorities lor a restoration of MB for- mer estate near Norfolk, with rather a poor prospect of succeeding. 19® 21c 2 4 c F Shoulders thickens li - o s s e s . S t r a w 9 , 0 0 ® 1 0 , 0 0 F K U I T S , V E • In sixteen days, ending June 30th, 2,24? emi- grants passed Fort Laramie, bound west, with nearly 18,000 head of cattle. Nearly as large a number passed during the fourteen days ending June 14th, and during the month of May over 5,000 teams and 40,000 head of stock passed for the west. Little or no molestation has been, experienced from the Indians. G E T A B L E S , E t c . A p p l e s , g r e e n , . . . . $ 0 , 0 0 ® No REMEDY IN THE WORLD ever came into such universal use, or has so fully won the confidence of Do. 0 , 0 0 I ) o . d r i e d , V f t . 6 ® 7 c ' e a ... c h e s 8 5 ® 5 Do. Do. 0 c b e r r i e s ' l u m s 2 0 0 . ' o t a t o e s , V 3 5 0 O n i o n s 0 , 0 0 ® 0 0 ® S h e e p Char Vbu THE fare on the mail line of boats between iincinnati and Louisville, a distance of 150 miles owing to opposition, is only two dollars, which includes state room and two meals. Some of the Virginians propose to put up Wise as a candidate for Governor. mankind, as A V E R ' S CHERRY PECTO- p e l t s , e a c h , 1 L a m b p e l t s . . S E E D S . T i m o t h y , f t b u . . . I C l o v e r , m e d i u m . . 1 . D o . l a r g e P e a s 1 , 5 0 ® 2 . 5 0 2 , 5 0 9 8 , 0 0 S T T N B B I B S . 1 8 c C o a l , t t D o . l a r g e e g g . . D o for the cure of Coughs, Colds and Consumption. RAL . s m a l l e g g . . s t o v e , . _ c h e s t n u t . . . 7 , 8 0 ® 0 0 , 0 0 s o f t D o S a l t , V b b l . . . . . . . W o o l There is great destitution among the inhabi- tants of the country, and it has been proposed to send agents to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore to solicit aid for them. CANCERS COLLECTOR DRAPER paid into the Treasury at New York on the 12th inst., $4,200,000 in gold, being the proceeds of recent sales of cotton and other seized or abandoned property. , * f t H o p s . W b l t e f l a ox h , K b b l C o d 8,00®l8,0C Barrels f i s h . V 1 Ear V tun CANCXRB CUBES without pain or the use of the knife. Tumors, White Swellings, Goitre, Ulcers, and all Chronic Diseases successfully treated. Circulars de- scribing treatment sent free of charge. Gen. Terry has suspended the publication of the Richmond Whig, in consequence of its stig- matizing a portion of President Johnson's Am- nesty Proclamation as "heathenish," and certain laws of Congress as "mean, brutal and cow- ardly, revolting, absurd and atrociously unjust." The Provost Marshal was ordered to take pos- session of "the office, presses, type apd other All the elevator hands in Buffalo struck for higher wages on the 14th. Their places have been largely supplied by the railroad companies. THE'PROVISION MARKETS. 0 0 f t s . H o n e y , b o x , V f t . " f o n d l e s , b D o . e x t r a N E W Y O R K , J u l y 1 5 . C o t t o n , 5 1 6 5 2 c f o r m i d d l i n g s . F L O U B . - B u p e r n n e S t a t e $ 5 , 7 0 ® 6 , 0 0 ; e x t r a S t a t e , § £ 5 5 ® 6 , 7 5 ; c h o i c e S t a t e , $ 6 . 8 0 0 6 , 8 5 ; s u p e r f i n e W e s t e r n , $ 5 . 7 0 ® 6 , 0 0 ; c o m m o n t o m e d i u m e x t r a d o , $ 6 , 7 5 0 6 , 9 0 : c o m m o n t o g o o d s h i p p i n g b r a n d s e x t r a r o u n d h o o p O h i o , $ 6 . 8 5 ® 7 , 0 0 ; t r a d e b r a n d s , $ 7 , 5 DRS. BABCOCK & SON, Address AT St. Paul, Minn., drunkards and all other persons convicted of slight offences, not able to pay the fines, are furnished with a ball and chain, and set at work in the streets. The Canadian Parliament has been summoned to commence its next session on the 8th day of next month. 809-tf No. 27 Bond Street, New York. A couple of tanks, containing 2,500 barrels of 0 ® 7 , 9 0 . C a n a d i a n f l o u r i s d u l l , a t t V o ® 8 , 1 9 . G R A I N W h e a t , a m b e r M i l w a u k e e , $ 1 . 4 2 ® 1 , 4 3 ; w i n t A SPECIAL meeting of the Canadian Parliament e r r e d W e s t e r n , $ 1 , 4 5 ® 1 , 6 1 ; w h i t e S t a t e , $ 1 , 7 0 ; a m b e r M i c h i - g a n , 1 , 6 4 ® 1 , 6 8 B y e s t e a d y , a t 9 0 c . B a r l e y j d u l l a n d n o m - i n a l . C o r n , s a l e s a t 7 5 © 8 2 c f o r m i x e d w e s t e r n . O a t s 3 5 ® 6 0 c . down the creek. About half a mile below the well, some boys applied a lighted match to the extraordinary stream, and the flames ran up the creek with great rapidity, threatening destruc- tion to some 20,000 barrels stored at the well. With great effort a dam was put down across the creek and the flames extinguished. W E have an order from the Illinois State Board o Agriculture for printing a large edition (10,000 copies of the Premium List, Rules and Regulations, anc other matter relating to the State Fair to be held ai Chicago this falL The Board has authorized the in sertion of a few advertisements of the leading and representative interests appropriate to such a publica- tion. It will be issued in neat pamphlet form, with an ornamental cover, and provided with eyelets and tape to hang up in farm houses and country stores fo: reference during the several months preceding the Fair. A part of the edition will be retained for circu- lation on the Fair Grounds. The cost will be as fol lows:—For the cover pages, $100 each. The insidi advertising pages will be printed on " Colored Paper to make them more conspicuous. Price, $60 for an property belonging to the proprietors of said paper, and prevent thenceforward the publica- tion thereof." will be held early in August, to consider the plan of confederation under the recent action o the Imperial Government, in England. P B O V I S I O N S P o r k , $ 2 8 , 2 5 0 2 9 , 0 0 f o r n e w m e s s ; $ 2 6 , 5 0 ® 2 7 , 6 2 f o r m e s s ; $ 1 9 , 7 5 @ 2 0 , 2 5 f O T p r i m e . S h o u l d e r s , 1 3 ® 1 5 c . H a m s , 1 9 ® 2 1 c . I « r a T l 6 ® 2 1 H c . B u t t e r . 2 0 0 2 5 c . f o r O h i o , a n d 2 5 ® 3 5 c f o r S t a t e . C h e e s e . 9 ® l 5 % c H o p s S 5 @ 4 5 f o r c o m m o n t o p r i m e . C l o v e r s e e d W f t , 2 6 ® 2 7 c . T i m o t h y s e e d $ 5 0 5 , 5 0 . F l a x s e e d $ 2 , 1 0 ® 2 , 8 5 . The work of confiscating the property of wealthy Virginians has been begun, and causes great consternation among them. The Tredegar Iron Works have been seized, and tenants of a large amount of other property in the State have been notified to pay no more rent to rebel proprietors. THE consumption of beer is rapidly increasing in the United States. In 1860, the amount sold was eight millions of barrels. In 1864, the quan tity used had increased to twenty-four million! of barrels. A L B A N Y , J u l y 1 5 . F l o u r , c i t y b r a n d s $ 8 ® 9 , 7 5 . C o r n m e a l , V 1 0 0 f t s , $ 1 , 6 9 0 1 , 8 1 . W h e a t , s a l e s w h i t e G e n e a e e a t $ 1 , 6 5 ; w h i t e M i c h i g a n $ 1 , 7 8 . B a r l e v a n d B y e n o s a l e s . C o r n , 8 1 c . O a t S 5 7 ® 6 0 c H e s s a n d c l e a r p o r k , $ 3 0 0 3 8 . H a m s 2 3 @ 2 4 H c . B u t t e r 2 5 ® S 0 c . L a r d 2 2 H 0 2 3 C . C h e e s e 14®16 for new.—Journal. Early one morning last week, the prisoners in Schuyler county jail, at Havana, took advantage of the absence of the jailor and his family, and effected their escape. THE freedmen and refugees at St. Louis are in a very destitute condition, support having been withdrawn from them by the Government. Thi City Council has decided to take care of thos< who are sick. B U F F A L O , J u l y 1 5 . F l o u r , s a l e s o f X a n d X X I n d i a n a a t $ 6 , 7 5 ® 8 , 5 0 ; W i s c o n s i n s p r i n g a t $ 6 , 5 0 0 6 . 7 5 . From England. G B A I N W h e a t , N o 1 C h i c a g o a t $ 1 , 1 6 0 1 , 2 8 . C o r n , 6 5 ® 6 7 K C . O a t s , 4 8 A 5 1 O . B a r l e y , 7 5 c @ $ l . B y e , 7 3 @ 7 5 c P e a s $ 1 , 2 0 . B e a n s $ 1 , 2 5 0 1 , 3 7 % . The rebel General Slaughter (in Texas) having given or sold a large amount of munitions of war to the Imperialists in Mexico, Gen. Steele has demanded of the royal authorities that they be returned. ADVICES from England are received to the 6th per steamer City of Washington. P E O V I S I O N S P o r k , $ 2 4 , 5 0 @ 2 8 , 0 0 f o r m e s s a n d l i g h t . H a m s , 2 2 ® 2 4 c . S h o u l d e r s , 1 7 @ 1 8 c . L a r d . 1 8 X ® 1 9 c . S a l t $ 2 , 2 0 ® 2 ; 2 5 T B u t t e r 2 2 ® 2 6 c . C h e e s e 1 3 @ 1 4 c . In the House of Lords, Lord Russell presented the correspondence from America as to the ter- mination of the war, and expressing satisfaction at the withdrawal of belligerent rights. page; $35 for half a page; N o extra charge for cuts. $90 for a quarter The price barely entire page. HON. JOHN DANFORTH of New London, Ct examined a chest of clothes, laBt Monday, which was given to him by a friend who died seventeen years ago, and found four gold eagles in th< pocket of an old vest. T O R O N T O , J u l y 1 2 . - F l o u r , $ 4 , 8 0 0 6 . 0 0 . F a l l w h e a t , a t $ 1 , 0 0 0 1 , 0 8 V b u s h e l ; s p r i n g d o . 9 5 c ® $ l , 0 S . B a r l e y , 5 0 ® 5 5 c . P e a s , 6 0 ® 8 5 c . O a t L 4 2 @ 4 5 c . B u t t e r , 1 4 ® 1 5 c . C h e e s e , 1 1 © 1 2 . E g g B , 1 3 H ® 1 7 c . H a m . 1 3 H ® 1 4 c . B a c o n , 1 2 @ 1 3 c - L a r d , 1 4 ® 1 5 c . T a l l o w , r o u g h , 5 c . G r e e n a p p l e s . $ 4 , 5 0 ® defrays the cost of printing and expense of circulation. Fifteen thousand head-boards have been sent to Andersonville, Ga., to mark the graves of the Union prisoners who were Btarved there. So many small bills could printed and circula- not be 6 ; d r i e d d o , 7 ® 8 V f t . P o t a t o e s , 7 0 ® 8 0 c V b u s h . C a r r o t s , 8 0 c . T u r n i p s , 2 5 c . ted for so little money. Address In reply, Lord Derby said there was nothing in the dispatches showing anything but courte- sies to British vessels. B e e t s , 7 5 c . O n i o n s , $ 1 , 5 0 . B e e f . 8 ® 1 0 > i c M u t t o n , 7 ® 1 0 c . D r e s s e d h o g s . 5 H ® 6 k c . M e s s DAILY COURIER OFFICE, LaFayette, Ind. p o r k , $ 2 2 : p r i m e , $ 1 8 . S h o u l d e r s , 9 $ l i ^ c H S t r a w n 6 ® l C l o v e r s e e d THB city of Boston proposes to appropriate a lot in Mount Hope Cemetery for the burial o soldiers and sailors, and to erect a monument in commemoration. It will be known as the army and navy monument. The size of our army in Texas has been exag- gerated. It consists of only 14,000 men. , 1 1 > | 2 , 7 5 ® 3 . H i d e s , t r i m m e d , ! 7 c . S h e e p s k i n s , t l ® l , 9 0 . - ( . [ a y , $ 9 ® 1 3 . i c . T i m o t h y s e e d , 1 0 0 f t s . C The British Parliament was prorogued the 6th. The Queen's speech was delivered by commis- sion. It rejoices at the termination of the war in America, and trusts that the evil caused by the long conflict may be repaired and prosperity restored in the States which have suffered from the contest. It regrets that the Confederation scheme in British America was not carried out, believing that it would give the provinces addi- tional strength and lead to their improvement. She expresses gratification at the assurances of loyalty from the provinces. CANCERS CURED. a l X s k i n f l , In no part of the world does there exist a finer field for white labor than the South now pre- sents, and every possible encouragement will be given to the immigration of white laborers. MR. EDITOB: For the sake of those suffering with Cancers and Tumors I desire to present my experience. CATTLE MARKETS. N E W Y O R K , J u l y 1 ] B e e v e s r e c e i v e d . 4 , 0 7 5 a g a i n s t AMONG passengers who recently arrived In Europe, are nineteen Japanese youths, come to be educated. They are intelligent look ing young fellows, dressed in English costume, and can speak a little English. About two years ago a swelling appeared on my face. AtfirstI paid little attention to it, but it grew so fast that I was obliged to consult medical aid. 5 , 4 1 4 l a s t w e e k . S a f e s r a n g e a t 1 0 ® 1 7 c C o w s , r e c e i v e d 8 6 a g a i n s t 1 0 9 l a s t w e e k , ^ a l e s , a t $ 2 5 ® 1 0 0 e a c h . c