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CITY 17 E1r1.5
The Barron of Indigestion
j You complain of your srazach, ,
dyspeptic; but ought not your stomach to cote
plain of VIII Possibly the pangs roil endure are
"Imply the stomach's method of taking revenge
iron feu for negleettng and abusing It. Perham
Tun hate never made an effort to Improve it. eon
diltios, but on the other Irani aro conuntnslly
camp ing it with unwholecome acid Incongrue.
Sod,. Ravi Iron ever tried lloricticyl :stomach
titters, a proper diet, and :asular meals I The
iiiitens In a week Would pot your digestive ni . ,
Vitatils Lc perfect order, regulate the flow of bile
In atcordance with the laws of health, and produce
iillt,llo much apples:it notion . would be neceara
ri tAr your geodi and When Fon were Once nU right
jUdlchincs and regular diction, with a little of the
t4illii now and then, would keep you so. It yOu
Lai. neglected thmo means of - cure, don't b ante,
'bur stomach for its rebellion. It 41 merely Co.
Limbs blot that abet want. help. It yen neglect t,
the next thing may be indammatiduil or scirrhus
cancer, or some other violent and denetous ills
tam. There is nude a thing se be t late In
pose matters. liestesicri. 'Atte will c re dys
y,Spaisi but disisepshb - in ty eng nder 'seams
which defy all rrsterstlrce.
Llostetter'e-Bittors • •
Are sold wholesale and entail at r ~ low rams at
Fleintura Drug air; Patent Medic e Depot, fin
CIP Market stifet, cannier of the Diamond, nee
. • litillh ailed,.
I ril:-/ Fall
And Winter - GoOds.
,„ _ it it With great pleasure we call theatteAlon et
I e;i Itin ntadert to the superb stock of FWD and Winter
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---- 141.1sti No, =trod/dal str
l. .... - titOtkOztidatta some of the gaunt and most Dea.
..' ' ~...tiiiircloths,i7Misdnieras(wereoatuige&ndlPMticig---
,4 ,, „ : ek t!l ,.., to tnowettent iti_trAst .
. .. - ! - . - .nitAA:ot puttied= - Goods, compigelog &art.,
; '-1 ' : .,..,i4ll*V 00 / 14 2/. Neraltlee, LEY4Liltklitivlep•
I i .-• AonottittAurtiassed cast or west. el
liell4Psinada Pants, Coat,, Yeas eigtOebisliate
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WMilao be fmnid at hi. establishments' 'Parsons
E,' i Waltrof au . 'gin the clottUiterlito sitatlld not
ir - fat! toxiire ma weler atoll .. i -i 7r '
or!Wasyl and habits pectnlar to themselves: ht
ertiorinely cntenan and !ptraely eeitted terr,tory
raenrclori reedy Yropiren are more employed, at d
aniiiOntr In tho old
countries: Dr./lyres PrePenttlerishate given the
goNlepetteyenrindenee halltre Nara of rernedire
thanlad ever beim felt before. raveiclartalosto
of dtacordlneceltern, really favOrthe lose of suck
really et - hand antidotes for Meanie; ':When they
- Nintendo! on.- And we Irian to
t la 141/ 1 412114 J. V. Ayer r a. iliqo wirer
IT nay others of like reliable character
re st,4:4 . p.tathig 41". u infer-
'bore I ..ig,OXoriapinetning.
ez7bodii hes purchased evasythin a
!Ilea& forth* holidays, titers Will is
In tom° moths forgotten. They at
`e In the lice, of ths toilets, of slash
~ be: weeded. Tti. y will Ds number
.s. Int -Melees alt of them may oe ontalned in
S.t 4 pliSe, 'shish is Firming% corner of Market
a . Awl tko Dfsmon4. •Perfnmerlos, soaps,
b ktSties. comenUcs'nf every description mmudgen.
. kmaides men iltdds for the Oluistmal roaot,
I a most 'with thalami of nenith and good op.
I • Cheap Goods,
1, a !lip atoek of French Menne% Cashmeres
Woolpelaines, Plaids, Ochurge, Alpacas, &a., &e. •
hate be hao at Dunlap, Luker & Co's; On Federal
*Rea ttieir are determined to elcuesptit their
atoA • pt goods. They hare marked down pricer
tOnitife the time& r -Pepoza la want of anything
thettiesi Clift;s oi'DomFatio 1100 Would do well'
to glirehem caU before purchasing. They, also
hire& &AM& ateertment pf- _Ladies, :Zanies and
Ohlldienra Pun, which they, are at cost,.
atentri,ber the plate-130 Federal street, Allegheny
BiltieltVErirrean - r - C4stnine - dip the W.
P. liespiterat'Dlxenont wee 1444 the re . etieet
.throiktitna. dotaterilwVz.catatoney; Eatn'tif
ta*lftb semen. an article rennh needed by the
i - dirtrog eitthet Institution? sealer which Oren:irons
azdell4e l 7 Present thet seatlezaan An het sincere
- Team illoatrentess.
- .Slau...lliistiit,aritinito &antral%
Islst* 4r- iatunic aolota. . Office-at Alamandor
Lartrbilo , * near the Waiar Works. IFltteburgh.
s4llolenta. No. 79 _ars stmt. 2Onton
OnotiPtl7 4tieiuthd to. Ail war; - arranta3 water
proof.. Eepandria done at the aborturt. nottea. No
eatatittrtc* . Provided Ma roof to not
, 4 mted SZtr It Is oat on.
•'" Carpenter dotibtnff is bop
returned adt.trhti etriteare of three rears
to the afar. i haTe te.oner.ed fay shop for aorta
of fobblirg In the c.rpea..er frne. at the, - old etattd,
v1rgiD.441. 7 , tiatvriiti Smithfield street axle Uhorry
ff,ref. - tpfeerig and promptly attended to
- efiLoterr N =tem
Hastokjuit purchased our annual Inventory, we
lase coichded to mark down and close out many
kinds of(Fititto flOodia% a stEllitrtherredusUon
Jiteianiliwirto g Wok reatlifor tha sprint trala.
IleateraVori . wo arenOwon . the North East. orner
f Foutt4tf Masket streets.
' Intpertshabte- Teeth. -
Can teeth De rendered- floperlehaide 7 Unques
tionablp !they can. Sozonowr, laud daily, aril
sal der ttpmunnel abuilately proof nainat decay
.harden th . s gime and expel from the whole dental
IPParatuf eaeri ofrenailrealld pernlcioun element.
The bent ane dollar French Merino', in We city
-on the hilOtt4Fite conics . of Fourth and . Illorket
C. Haxsos Loy' &
Vim - 1411pele , r 4: Wilson Sewing , Iffacblne
."' MU beeniiarded the hislust premiums et att th
lain wherever exhibited. , Parctukone as s new
Itarattittlio your tilt.' - -
Levee DrylCood Store
ottliZait oorter of Fuortt, and .tlezicet
7son the l ' ,
O, iIAXSOT LOVII 4 Duo
"Extracts trath without pip, and exchanges .lm
laid car" lair tea dollsti ss„ del. Cal/ al s4,s Pe. )
= 2 I
"D44llllAnyenn, late Public Administrator of
New York to a defaulter:to th amount .f over
4-.15.000i, die need the - money :took , roula •
lima In Nall street,
OS7IIP/.617A85T 07 FEEED3LEN.—GeneraI Wade
— Hampton arrived this city a few days ago,
and proceeded to his pi - natation, on the coast.
We learn that tile.Geaeral broaght out a large
number of froednien from South Carolina, to
cnitiva:ehlrlinoplantation on -the coast,—.l4
0. Amy-0* of lath:
MIX. Gm Amami r.ILI;ATRICK, our new
Ml:deter toithe - Reoublie of Chill sailed lam
'Aepintrall on fiaturdae, on board the steamship
Altar, chaitneey. on lilt way to the scat of the
4..egation It( Santiago. !- - -
A claim* of Lexingtan, lientncichwas balled
the other day. in ihe earn -0r5230, to answer the
-charge of toleg to shoot N
antozsoldler: 83 If
- -alai one erlahee to lakes pap at. a Federal aol
der.fbr /hal sum, he elm enjoy himself at Lex
ington, Ant Ite...'czta tha sport for noth
ingat Albania ny parts of the Bouth.—Nuile ,
NEVOICUtS Amore. Mexmo.—Those
-Nebo claim pmsers the knowledge that 31r,
'Seward's repo, will extend as far as Vora Cruz,
xoxneet, abet dreg:UMWlee with then:tutor that
- the Freich [Emperor has proposted to withdraw
- his traps from Mexico If the United States Gov
eminent will agree not to interfere with Maxi
milian therialler. .10. - Seward, If we may be
lieve all we hear -which we neverdo—his taken
the oppottunlty allowed him since tits clove of
the war. to arrange the whole matter proprrly
with Louis Napolton, and now the Secretary will
...kayo a eonfek ; enee at Vera Cella with
prove toledni that, everything Is 0. K , and over
o glace or 0 1 1 *ktzstal4h the peace of the con
tinent. All the ever•repeated rumors of dlillcul
; tlea.with.Mealco. or with Frazee, or with all the
.Tawers tttat; sustain the Imperial policy In Mex
ico. will thus be scattered forever. Our people
will be able to devote themselves to the parsons
-of peace without a•thought of lotemsption. In
::•dnstry will and read sad beef be cheap.
, Gold will fell, and tire - twenties, and seven.
'thirties..and I ten-forties 'sill Ilse. We will go
to work pay Ikm our debt, building the Pacific
• itallroad, opening up c^antmerce with Asia, gain
supiemacy -or; the seas, and showing the
World the _glories at republicanism.
Bark Driven' Ashore.
Gaz.vr.s2o4, lace. 27. — Thh new bark
' B. Bewail frcim Riebmcmd-to 3laLne, was driven
'ashore on thteoast on the 26th, twelve milea
'weit of - Gift ton. Cart. F. A. Hussy, with
3, l l wifs and iisuiribser. reacted here safely after
twelve horirsiexpoeure Ina boat. The Ship was
yomadlnk Lard when he lea. The mate and
Crew have ndt hear beat& from bat that are
probably safe. The bark, will be nearly a total
klia• Blm is !)eint stripped of a small portion
of Ler cargo., She may be saved In a haft
4n mezed Witt.
THE - D A i
....1,,Y . PITTSBURGH GAZFTTEO
THE LATEST NEWS
ed upon me, you will aid and support me by
Your - kif d counsel and generous forbearance in
my endeavors to administer the duties of the
chair. Thus sustained' I may succeed. With
out your aseistance I cannot bat fall. I.lpui
each one of you then, gentlemen, ma much and
more depends, then upon myself to determining
the results of this 'session, whether or tot our
me, ling here will reflect ere lit upon our.eive
as a L,meistive body, and be productive of glf,tl
people at large. For a time the vast inter
tbhg rent Commonwealth are committed
to our charge. These interests, though vatted,
Spechu Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gazette. and rettuinng multifarious legislation are not
HARRISBURG. January 2, 1565. ' agisconistic, and should be made to harmonize
EHNATE.—The Senate 1A(.6 called to order by and unite as far as possible. It la our duty and,
Epte.ker Fleming, after which the oath of offi ,e I I trust, the ecterminatiort of each one of us, t 3
was administered to the now Senators.
' daheratu cautiously anf to act wisely and Judi-
Senator Wallace submitted a protest signed ricusly, that we may pence ourselves zealous
by himself and Senators Glatz and Dooms, pro and faithful guardians of the nubile weaL
I shall endeavor to enforce a rigid obaervlnce
testing against the right of the coal, to adminls
tenine oath, precious to the election of Sperber of the rules laid down for our government, a
for the session. The protest was rated net of strict regard to Parliamentary law; and Its stern
order. enforcement Is, according to the experience of
Senator Darid Fleming. of Dauphin county, cvEry deliberative body, the great element of
. Republican, was elected Speaker by n vote of success in legislation,
twenty to eleven which wore cast for Roe. Writ. The happily changed circumstances under
Hopkins of Weeb mime noun t y.: which we now meet, should be a scrums of tm -
Upon taiing the cba:r the Speaker made a nest bounded thankralnesa and gratification. Many
sppeech, in which among other things ha said i of no przsent to day,, have sat here when thick
lam deeplYeeinth/0 01t/w ides honor conferred gloom enveloped the land, when the natioara
up on me, by the renewed manifestation of your life was in imminent peril, end the fate of the
confidence and favor, and-for which you will government hung trembling in the .balatee—
please ' accept my Wit' sincere towledgc- when hearts stilled with arearni 4 enlvered ssith
mints. Penult me to cengiiii* , 30?..
.119117 Joy, and chetka paled or flushed aa the ticifisso, -
Lb. p eo pl e o f
,thisg r ai ;6).11-84,3 '-ifthui- victory for our arms ' eabed or flowed. Now
wencltedly represent,' upon the liinpy l change thank Ged, the tor g agony of war is over:
lu the condition of the cOnikay whiettttas taken The dark clouds of gloom have 5 ten lif te d.
pine." since our lasi it tiournmient. Then TLC war for the supremacy of the Government
treason was still eller, the- rebel limits .Is ended, and the hog of freedom aiatn finals
still coufrontsd t 6 veteran ' . 'armleti itof over every foot of every national territory, The
of the Union, the be ITU triEo33-ot. ohrtraithr . armies of treason are vanquished and over_
onefoes still eecktid la, emaciated and dying tkuuren. The spirit which animated thaw is
bodies of thousand. asf- .ur brittle soldiers, whilst autdned, and above all, the grant first cause and
the rtbel chief n2111..1118 besieged ,daphal bleu- ally of treason and rebellion—slavery—is for.
lag his haughty mandates for thelnerder of or Gyer abolished from the tarot. Ours Is now le_
people. But searceljhatlyou, Senators, who were deed a free government. It bra passed
herS hut session, reached your homes ere the through the furnace and come forth
glad news of leers sorrender was borne upon brighter and purer for the trial. It
th e Viln a of-th e lightning to every corner of Liu withstood the teat of rival:Won and the
the Union, atd Joy and gladness filled every ps- battle's shock, and stands to-day upon a firmer
foundation than ever before, The ability or a
Tier, swift upon the baste of this glorious people to rule themselves in no longer a disputed
news came rte sad_ tidings of the area glandes 'pulley.. A government guaranteelug quid
of the great and good Lincoln. It was the last rights to all is no more a theory—an experiment
and crowning act In the drama of hell-born —but a fixed fact established by the severest
rebellion ! Joy for a time was turned Into trial the world bait Ever seen.
mourning allover the land. Men sat la mute Henceforth a career of happiness, grandeur
astonishment, almost paralysed and sad, as if and glory awaits tills nation if the people but
some dear one had been snatched from their remain true to themselves and the principles of
hearth atones. The people mounted, These right, Justice et d freedom. That such will be
halls were draped In black, and here. as well as the case cannot be doubted for a moment, . The
•all along the route of the funeral cortege, thou- gloriou s car eer of military victories has b een
sands of patriotic hearts flocked to do hodor to =traded by a train of civil triumphs, sad the
the meznory.of their martyred President, and to standard of the Union floats everywhere upon
dronalear beside his' honored come. But his the breeze.
week watt deer, and well dour. He has gone to
. 161. rMt, und his reward and Ills name is Ina
mortal. • '
Our Special Dispatches
Organization of Both Houses.
ADDRESS - Es EY THE SPEAEERS
Events forowed In tech rapid aucemelon that•
tberl,trospect seema like the bewilderment of i
dream? Mot now the WIN of battle is hushed,
this (iced .c i martial heats =stain forthe field
of strife Is no more heard in the land. The call
I'M' vPlunteers to fill the quotas under tin
endirgelrafts, we treat, has been quenched rel
ater. 'Peace is lettered. The rebel chiefs, so
lately ittilant, are elthar fugitives in foreign
.o.i:ties or : pris=oners of our government, or on
pbrolep gulag Oulottuderi knees far clemency at
:he haO:fit that Government, which they no
Intel, _!ilif.c4l . ' &id . attehiptcd to• dcattOy. Tee
commenders of those rebel hordes are tow ash
ing mercy from that Government, thousands of
whose bravo soldiers, by their conniv - anco
were tottered or starved * to death in horrible
dungeons It ia a grave Tamil/Pa. ,whether
t,heeelipplicants,t trio If Theli , repeatatteer
be eincere, are entitled to anything
at the hands .of our rulers, bat
to perish with the sword which they havatsken.
Jeoilee. t hemanity, and the fame peace of the
Governinent, would seem to demand, In the lan
guage of our worthy Chief Magistrate, that
"Treasou he made odious" In the paeans of at
least some of the chief traitors. Certainly
sane should be tel Ilea who do not maalfesi
some sign of hoarse repentance, and a de
sire to return to true allegiance. But the
defiant !tones of many who presume upon
exteetlve olemexey are tech as to show most
indubitably that they are only sorry for their
defeat, and that they are attic brim full of
tieason. , Their repentance was not as real as
that of Judas was, for few if any of them have
as yet Edna ant and hanged themselves. I do
act say it 'humid be dote for them, but that
the question Is worthy of ecrealderatlact by the
authorities of the nation. Certainly none sloth
should tVer ha allowed to taste any part In the
government of the ration.
- He contemplaTed the meek of the war as glo.
riots, bOt We mighty atreggle hail cost us the
/Ives of many thousands of our bravest and best
.Itany he r torriel malmatt and crip
pled for life. For these and the widows and
organs of those who hare fallen, oar nation
must provide, hut we owe a debt of gratitude to
pit the brai s e men wbevpreled their lives in de
reace of Our coustry whi,ll never can be fully
The gldrious record of heroism which Mantes
the l'enneylvania page of the• history of this
war will stand unrivaled by that of any of her
einem. cinder the lead of a selfaacriffeing and
most efficient Governor, our good old common
wealth has done her whole duty to the clattery
and strode now tw.riraladhe resources, and with
credit still unimpaired.
Let us then In the discharge of our dnttcs
here, adept such measures as wilt - Agit% by eras
omy, to Mason the burdens of , hintation which
• this war ties Ir.dneed, taking care- foster and
meccuraget the lath:stile! efforts of our peoplc,and
by developing the vast resources, of the Com
monwealth, provide means for the payment of
our taxes, and by a wise determination seek to
equalize the baraens which have unavoidably
I n " cast tpon our peopl e In common with
those of the entire world.
The &nate proceeded to the election of other
&Meer?, with the tenoning result
Chief Cltrk—Goorr,e W. flemereley, of Ger
Assistant Rogers, of McKean.
Trans( Mitre Clt K /banes, Somerset;
James L. Graham, Alle6.eny; John T. Jolumon,
Culler; Henry M. Kra•s, Mootr„omery; Colonel
Chantey C. Rogers, Erie.
Sergeant-at-lama—John Martin. Lancaster.
Doorkeeper =Joseph Riblett„ Philadelphia.
Meseeneet —VIM= Dully, Philadelphia.
Libra rise:—Jacob Siyora, Dauphin.
The Demueratle Senators had held no cancan.
Senator Lowry Introduced a resolution re
questing they GoYernoe to return the acts lacor
poratlng the Crawford and Franklin Gold aid
Sl!ter Mlnlig, and the Prza mitlug Compa
nies. for amentment, which wan pissed.
On motion!of Senator Cornell, a new commit
tee, called the Judiciary Local, waa created.
Mr. Correll offered a resonation to adinurn on
Wednesday afternoon ,41 next Tuesday afler
r Senate then adiourced to m=e: azala nt
en o'clock ou SVcdunday.
lii.ont.—Tlm members of tie House of Rep
rescalatlvrs rut at oo:c to dsy, and proceeded
to the election of a Speaker. Tee election ro
thlted In tiro choice of Hon. Jame., f Bailey.
Cron ;seeming his duties be ram
GEINTLE:SION OF TUC Itot so OF itr.PMESONTA.•
TITLE return you my moat sincere and
grateful acknowledgments for the high honor
you have conferred upon me
, iii electing tee
your 'presiding officer. I assert, you, that I
utter upon the duties of the responsible po
eltlco to which your partiality has placsi
arc, n Ith serious doubts as to my ability to
discharge aright the obligations connected
thercifith. it pledge • you, however, that
It Is my nipa determination to act watt
fiderity and skrict importiallty. My errors shall
not be of intention; and I beglitat
don !co the
It Is a proud n election, that in these great
contests Pentaylrania has been true to herself
rod falt . higi to the government. Contributleg
ger ercuelv of her wealth and vast resources to
the naticn, ahe has also given her sons freely to
the great cause, and her slain lie mouldering
upon or every field where freedom's war was
While wo mourn for the bravo who have fal
len and sacredly cherish their memories; while
we pour forth the gratitude of our hearts to the
heroes who have returned to no again, let as
num forget what it was for-which they fought
end fell, but preserve eamad and Inviolable for
ever the great covenant of human freedom, first
pm ebaeed and now preferred by blood.
again, gentlemen, 1 return you my heartfelt
checks for your generous confidence. and am
now ready to take the oath of
After the appointment of a ccrminttteo to re
ceive propatals for.tho .ouldleatlnoof-tho Levis
/slice - Record, tbe Howe Mourned.
RITM' CASES IN STATE cars,
Internal Revenue Receipts
MUSTER OUT OF ARMY SURGONS
addres by the Soldisre Leaugue
Sp :dal Disrakh to the Pittsburgh (Isis& :0
W- 1 -411INGTO7, Jan. 2, 1265
Orders have been Leslie& by the military au
thorities, prohibiting the State courts of Lai:titi
ana tram exorcising Jurisdiction over eases
where officers . or colleted mar, as scouts or camp
ftlidwers of tbo United States army, are char
gel with offenses, for acts done In a military
capacity, or pursuant to orders from competent
military authority, or asserting jurisdiction in
came where loyal elk zees are charged with °gen
ess consisting In acts of defense or aggression
against the late so-called Conte, crate States .
Cases of this:charee.er are adjudged to belong
exclusively to the national authotints by whom
they will ho lavestigated and determined. Tho
prosecuting offices, of the courts In which such
such indictments may be piondlog are ordered to
enter a nalla prowywi in every case of the kind.
and any bench warrant or other process issued
on the Indictment, will be return• 1 ur.ececuted.
"The collector of internal revenue for the
Vicksburg, Dlieshislpol district, bas Just paid in
to the treasury upwards of half a million dol.
Jars, tho proceeds of six months' collection la
' 7be receipts (or Internal revenue for the last
Live Cap an In round numbers $3,800,000
Lieu. Grant, accompanied by a portion of his
nag, left hero to-day to attend the wedding of
Gen. J. 11. Wilson, the cavalry officer, which
takes rinse at Wilmington, Delaware, ton , ght
In May last there were It service. two hun
dred cod forty-two surgeons of yolunterns, and
eve a larger Ll:lather of Cialattlint surgeons
When the muster outs now ordered arc com
pleted, there will remain in service only seven_
tern surgeons and ',lslay three assistants.
Nzarly all of them are 'on duty In the Santh
under the direction of the Freedmen's Barest',
The following addrree has been Issued by the
soldiers' and Santos 'National League
It has come to our knowledge that many hors•
orat.ly discharged soldiers and sailors who have
served during the whole or &portion of the war
for the suppretsion of the rebellion arc selile g
or oflctiag for sale, their discharges. We dc-
Orb toexpress our farrow and chagrin that any
of our talc brothers in arms are willing for a few
dollars to sell the certificates for the part they
pellnymcd in saving oar • beloved couttry, la
preset ring to the, people and to their posterity,
the preclonis legacy of liberty transmitted by
ou' fa here
We beg you to eonnider well the Importance
that your discharges will be to each one of you
through life. It in the only evidence you pus
sell of having aerveathrouhgont your term with
haler, antingcd, and ucLioLted by any dis
graceful, cowardly act. II wail ever he a pass
to you for obtaining honest and honorable em
ployment or position In ths walks of civil Hie.
It le the only voucher which enables you L.,
claim or receive from cline to lime such henelitK
and ',leanings an a free and lunettel pi:ogle
through their CCDVPSS will CCluesl.lollably
Lioegbly bestow upon Itt conutry's so
cieties. particularly In their old age.
Wt rt ef-cettnlly recommend to each and
every one of you to have your dlectiarge papers
recorded in the county ellteo where you reside,
so that in the Cut of the lone of your dinehalye
In any manner, there will be. ■ recorded CYI
&CO of the name.
By order of lb: Bold:ero' and Na:lonal
C4lef rice Chase, Sc"ator Sumner and
, tarir all the few remaining Congressmen In
tcwq durinz the holidays
to Baltimore attend the funeral of licary
The crectlma of the origins: model or Craw
ford% collatsal tqaine of the GielJeas of Liberty
In the old hall of the House is nearly completed
Ifiserable!plaster busts by third rde artists be
gin to flit the other side of the ball.
The guerrilla horse thief' licaby, arrived here
this mornicg, and is being liordeed by hie seces
sion friends. He claims to be hilly reconstreo-
There are Still onsdlailicated some six has
dred carat captures, which, when paid, wit
swell the aggregate of prize mosey nearly 81,
Major Grneral Tarry, the commander of the
Virginia Department, arrived here to-day, and
hod a lengthY Interview with Secretary Stanton
It Is underalOod he opposed any farther rtalac
gen for tho Present of the military force in Vir
ginia, on the:groutd that Virginia cannot With
safety be leftlwithout troops.
The freed Men's bureau has received orders to
discontinue all soon as practicable. freedmen 'a
tams In Maryland and Virginia, and to find
employment :for the Laborers now - engaged
Owing fo achange In the form of the state
meet of the public debt. It was not promulgated
to-day, as expected; It will In Issue] to-morrow,
An °Teeing paper states that none of the
diplomatic corps who were at the Prtsldent's
cetton /riterday. at the, White, Rouse, recog
nized or spite to Senior Romero. the idC.lcan
Minister. Thlsjs true as far as the French and
Austrian bilnistels were concerned, but nearly
all the other For,lgn Legations represen
-4 and especially the South American ones
recttra him Cordially, as did the President.
Senior Romero cut the French and Anstran
diplcmais and hot they him. This is the truth
of the matter.
NEW TEARS DAY IN WASIIINGTON
President Johnson's Pint Reception
DISTINGUISHED PERSONS PRESENT
Statement' of the Fogebtle Deb
• OLDIERW UNCLAIMED PiCfi ACES Eib 801
A n Alexandria Murderer Arrested
FREEDMEN'S AFFAIRS IN THE SOUTH.
frbsn Earnlna Petrolo.o2
special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh GIMItt.
WistusGTON, January 1 , 134 G.
New Year's , day at the Capital wu
a compound of scow, slush, drizzle and
mud, and the customary rejoicings were
thus a little dampened. After the Diplo
matic Corps, Supreme Judges and abinet had
Paid their respects to the President. the public
reception began Mn. Johnsen. who Is a eon
filmed Invalld,wai enable !ohmic her room,and
her dangltter,Mrsl Patterson, and Mrs.:Cal. Ste
-Tee received the gr at concourse of :meats,
thus appearing for the first -time in male as
the ladles of the Vote . dett's bouseltabl.
Mrs. Patterson wee attired richly, bet simply
in a dress of heal black silk velvet, trimmed
With black /nee cod white point late collar.
Her black hair was rolled back plainly even
from the front culdbraided and festooned In tress
es behind; the only ornament worn In tho hair
wan a pure white Japonica. Her jewels were
reach and Jet; white gloves, fan and boost
completed her costume.
Mrs. Stover was dressed In half motto:Ling for
the lose of her husband, and trimmed with eieeP
white point lace, collar, hair plain with the es
cept.ion,of a festoon of Cruses behead.
Miss Craig Mlles and Miss Bartle, of Eton
rill, East Tennessee, who are temporary goats
of the President, alSo mutated in receiving the
Among the army and navy officers wba paid
their max eels to the Pecsideat were AM:ram!
Darla, Dahlgren, A. Bonet Lee and Shnbrick
Badtord, Lieutenant General Grant, attended by
his full staff aad accompanied by Major General
Townsend. Adjutant Generals Howard, Merge
Williams, Eaton. Ord, legalist, Mott, Hardie,
Bartlett, Prince, Hunter, Perry, Holt, Michaels,
Elan, Feescoden, Haskins, Kelton. Brock, Vie
cent, Shills: Rucker, Robinson, of the Military
railroads, McKeever, Ramsey, Dent, command
leg the defenses of Washington, Ketchum, Gen.
'Dyer. of the OrdnattVe Department, and Generals
Gillausre, Delaileld, Green and Alexander.
Several Southern pardon-seekers took advan
tage of the levee today to prean their salts upon '
the Prudent. Ho ;very politely Informed the
first bore that te-morrow would be a better time
to call upon e orb Inuicess. When the second
came he turne d his back upon him.
The statement of the public der t for Deo=
bee, which will be published to-morrow, wilt
exhibit s considerable reduction In the amount
of the pleas - el so com;sred wi.b the November
Geo. &Salford, former Exchange
slater, Is here, eldesprerlng to close the basiness
of bid cults., which for tome time put has been
located at Richmond. He has still on hand
about one thousand an claimed boxes and pack
ages al:deb were sent to oar 'soldiers while pris
oners in Libby and Cantle Thander,and u It seems
impcealble to find the owners, Gen. Mulford
recommends that the goods re either sold or
turned over to the Freedman's Bureau. Bloat of
the packages couta'n liankets and clothing.
Among the Lieuteriants nominate] for promo
tion to the regular artily by Micourl Congress
men are Captains James Marr and J: M. Me-
Cbnsroy, both of tteFlet &Honour! Light Ar
tillery the that by Mr. Blow, and the latter by
The murderer of Andrews, one of the color
ed victims of the Alcramdrie riots, has been ar
rotred. He turns ou to be se ex-rebel Major
A military C)MtalsalOp fur the trial of the riot.
era will be convened at Alexandria in a few
General Howard hen received Intelligence
from a variety of sources, that the freedmen In
most of the Sotithent States are not disposed' to
lacer for their Into masters, In consequence of
the inadequateness of the compeosallon ten
dered them. The agents of Ms Bureau to tho
South have g reat =lenity on this account with
both white and hlact4. Many of the largest
planters absolutely Weise to give their late chat
tele living wages for their toil, and as a natural
consequence, the negrbes refuse to work. In
many Instaocts the Aralstant Commissioners
have succeeded In !settling th co difficulties to
the satisfaction of pieties Interested, bttt as a
general thing, anarchy and confusion exists
among both Musses In the South. Wherever
the regulations of the Bureau are earned out,
thosystem works well, but unfortunately for
the system, the orders or the Commissioner
wholly disregarded In districts where them are
no United States troops to enforce them, and
there Is where all the trouble Iles.
A large nurnter of Assletant Quartermasters
of Volunteers base .1116 t been mustered out of
service, among them the following
G. U. Clemens aid H. B. Lucy, of 0610; James
Wdeon and A. Id. Tucker, of Indiana; .1. II
Hazleton and Camuel E. Handle, of Wisconsin.
C. )I. Leflingsrelt and ehliseas T. Damara, of
31irhigant German G. Mho, of Missouri.
The Quartermaster General 11113 -directed that
co payments shall be mole to any railroad In
the Gtates.lately In rebellion ereept 13 1 ,013 the cer
titicate of the ofili ers charged with the sale of
military railroad re overly, thereto, Gad such road
has not Incurred any inch.ibtedness to the Called
titati , s, or It 'incurrod, thlit. Its Indobt.cdocss has
hero dlneborgtd In Rill
Admonished by the disu.sters pieta have re•
suited from the burning of petroleum, the Bee.
rotary of the Treasury Lae directed CaHectors of
Warns] Revenue to ECC that caul , precaution Is
ated•ln the storage of thli eomboatJele maiter,
and whenever applientione are mule for the
etorage of the same within the Ilmlta of any
lowa or city, to forward to the Department a
statement tbot the warehouse, If established,
will Lot to ease of are, eridanger the ilvai Ana
property of persons Oolitic buslr.oss to lts
UM YORK STATE MANCE&
Report of Controller Robinson.
Rzw: Tenn, Jan. 2 .—Comptroller Robinson,
In-ps annual report, emus that, notwlthstand
lag the heavy drains upon the Treasury, It,
alt Ire have moved on smoothly and In perfect
order. Every Jest claim on it has been promptly
met,eird it retains ample sums on hand for all
demands likely to arise before the taxes for the
entreat decal year shall be received. The State
debt as it existed on the i:0.1.1 of September,
1805, not including the bounty debt, was as
follows . Canal debt, $19.434,585 40_ general
furddebt, 84,050 1154 34 ; Total, $25,475,539 80,
showing a diminution of the debt as It-existed
before the war, of 63.137,485 99.
The Comptroller says but for the large bounty
loan made during the last year, the State, In a
fear years, would have been entirely free from
debt. The certificates leaned on accent of that
opt° the 10th of day of December, 1865, reach
ed-the BUM of 625,566,000, making the total
debt of the State, on December 10t7, 1865,
1 5 1,041.539,88. Mr, Robinson elves an exten-
Ore exposition of the completion of the several
fundsof the State, lie statos that the estimated
Payments for expennus of the Government dec.,
for:the preset 1. local year, amount to 68,510.684,-
58, to which add a defficieney for last year of
61,170,314,08. This gives a total of $913 670,64.
This Iserea an estimated surplus next October
01,14110.081,31. 'The receipts-from the canals
of ;the State for the fiscal sear ending September
2l), 1565. amounted . to #0,577,465 , of whleh
67140,018,03 were from tells.
e receipts for the previous fiscal year
.a, anted to 6 4,3111,255 52, showing a decrenas
/U 7,546107, The payments actrieg the aeon
. e, amounted to $1,627,873 50 , leaving a our
' mune of 61,050,00/ 80, to meet th e pay
'ot $1,700,000 required by article seven of
e calls the attention of tax payers to the di
•Winlehtd receipts and lucre . and expense of ea
nab, and the accotuda of the State al/ show cholla
itheti receipts with Increased expenses. The
pail:cents on account of the National Guard du
-114 the la t final year reached thy naprecedeat
rain of 1613,359 72. being fall one half as mach
Mahe entire amount of the other ordinary ex-
Macs of the State goyernment.
..The amount paid for public printing of all
kinds dating the fecal year reaches the sum of
5214.161,34. The Comptro ller Is of the opinion
that a tax of one - milt on a dollar should be
aealtimat for the expenses of the State Govern
Ment. lie does not vet:dare to, place It at that
figure. The tax levy. even with minimal econ
omy in appropriations, will amonat to tiro
tottleron the dollar, as follows: General faad,
1;4113111a ; schools, N of a mill; canals, X of
a mill ; canal debt of 1859, 3 of a mill ; bounty
loin tax, 2ii milts. This Is a very high rate,
hedeclares, fora time of peace. The . corselet -
OMdoh of the report /a devoted to the coadltkm of
NEW YEARS D AY IN NE QV YORK
tujugural Addrits of Mayor Hoffman.
Alt Tr VORK ArvrevrcEs
#rw roar, ,fan. 2.—Hon. John T. Hoffman,
baling a few days duce taken the oath of office,
wall yesterday, fortraMy Installed as Mayor of
Ni* York. Mayor Heather then took leave of
tiniefficors and clerks attached to the Executive
Haitian, and withdrew, Mayor Hoffman then
Allyered hie thatguraL Re argue that the
..elqWerantacrit eLonld be free from control by
th+Lechslatttre. • The funded debt of the city i.e
o 1.,000,000,.0n account of which the Cool
gsi moms of the Sinking Fond hold
COI The debt is amply scoured by the entire
prtipaty of the city. He euggested a sale
at:auction of large portions of unimproved
y ebould hold and
unite' he markets, wharves, pals, ferries and
frateblses, and Is epithet the Woof Mut. The
tax levy of the year Is over t 19,000,000, of
which 113,000,009 were for State parpoees 14-
74 1 Xm wera for police and other county m
ains, expended by commissional appointed by
thnLegisMatre, and $1000,400 for net and fern;
11Tald end war bonds, The lax levy next year
la airmtcd to be at lust alma militate leas.
ThaMemor recommends that the Chamber of
COthtnerat be Invited to confer with the Com-
Alonerf of the Sinking Fandron the subject
df plie - pare - and-wazehocees.- Eta hoptie Zs: .
II Moral of the oldmarketa, which .die grace
the city. WO the gratin of new ones which
will be an ornam.ut lo It. He calla for the
prompt cleaning of the streets, and the panlah•
pent of all violations of the City Ordinances by
the Lbrosing of garbage Into the !streets. Ile
.Lo enggesta sanitary regulations. In v:ow of
the Deathly approaching Cholera, end their rig..
onus ufore.mut. Plans are now la progress
for Improvedsewerage. He finally re - commends
the reduction of the expenses, and says he will
&nail In his powerto thwart Improvident legis
lation and check extravagant cap:adheres.
Murder to Wilmington—mark Pay of De
cces.A. Prisoners—Fenian Confe,rem In
New Yana, Jan.'.—Yesterday Ungh 'Worces
ter, a bar keeper In Williamsburg. was shot
while standing In his own door, by a party of
ruffians. He expired Inameelluely. The party
numbering eight were arrested, arid todgol in
the Station House. A New Year's feast was
salved up to the criminals in the tombs.
Yesterday In a bee Beams eighth avenue, near
Misty-date' street yesterday morning, Casper
flour samba! Bernard hicElhosse dangerously.
The would bomui deter and alz others were ar
Tie January term of .be Court ol Session
opened ymterday morning, but Immediately ed
pursed until to-nay.
The herald's Washington dispatch says that
smote the first bilis to be totrnduced In Coo
gross upon the rom:piton of the session wall
be one frorlding that the heirs of soldiers Who
bate died in Southern prisons daring the war
may coliem of the Government fall commits
Urn of raUons at the rate of twenty-Bre en
a day for the full time the deceased may have
beet la confinement. According goats present
regulations of the War Department the heirs of
a private solder are allowed no claim, of this
character, while those of economies:cued officer
may collect every minim:eau that pertained to
him up to the date' of his death, whether he
died In hospital or captivity.
To relate beyond all question the story ire,
quently reltcrl'ed in the Gosith during the war
, and which gained some credence In the North,
In reference to the Government making loads
quits prOMMOn for the subsistence of Its pr Lion
era lba Bureau of Military Prisons gives the fol
lowing Item In !Miele report to the War Depart
ment: That daring the four years in welch
depots for the rece3tlon of tionthern prisoners
were kept op In amity of the Northern cities,
there accumulated a In ;.d of upwards of $30,0.10.-
00s0 from is sale of the excess ox rations Issued to
and not consumed by the prisoners, and mare
than half of this sem was used, while the war
was progressing, in the purchase of wines and
glites for the benefit of the occupants of prison
Tim O'hishesney Feelers Congress commences
Its session at ten o'clock this morning, at Clin
Judge Dawley diacharged two hundred of the 1
denies no of Biackwell Island or hands,.
Destructive Plre le Philadelphia.
Jan. 2.—A very destructive
fire broke out here nt one o'clock this morning.
The bnildlops, 607 Chestnut street, occupied
by Harden's Express Company, 603 and 605
by Rockhlll dr Wilson, wholesale clothiers,
and 60'J, by Perry de. CO„ clothiers, were almost
entirely destroyed. The 111111/1 fell In the street
and some of the firemen were Injured.
PathanntranA, Jan. 2.—A1l the money pack
ages from Ilantdes's El - press nib. and the
greater part of the freight In the/winding were
removed. It la tow 'supposed the total lam
will be a quirky of a million dollars, bat the
amount of Insurance Is large, and will probably
Dearly cover the loan.
The Aromen worked manfully to subdue iha
damn. and at one time were pouring fifty-eight
streams of water on the rear end of the build
ing. The she of the banding was fornowly 06-
copied by the old Chestnut street Theatre.
"lecithin At Wiethon'e 10E19 Is estimated at 150.-
000. The greater portion of their stock was re
moved. The building was Insured. Pony ,k
Co., clothiers, loss 15160,000. Taey are moored
The total loss le not short of $25,000. The
buildings destroyed were of brown stone, live
stories high. arm were the moot ornamental on
Last night was the fifteenth anniversary at
en Immense the on the same spot on wh!..h oc
casion two torn were killed. The building in
which the Ore originated had recently been bor
eal:lW by the Evening Bulletin Aseuelltbil and
they wore preparing to make it their publishing
heeler. Their lee, is fully Insured.
Ike other parties losing by fire and meter era
Berman, Dlstree Boner, Trlmminge ; John
F. Simone, Photographic Materials; Byrd,
till:hod Saloon, and Megargee CJ. Paper
Maims. From the extensive robbedes it is
now believed the place Wee set on fire for that
Sudden - Death E 9, 7 4 7:12
Cuirsoo, Jau. 2 .—Yesterday the wife of ex
Paymaster Scripps, of this city, while eugagnd
in receiving visits from her Wendel, at her resi
dence, fell beet suddenly in her chair, and diel
l illtdantlY, without a struggle or a word.
LO:S LI; t )n'f TIOS I t1;J1:.111.ITIUN oti IiEsTORATION
Statement of her captain. Expeettion to the .Tortll Pule
Nol , -1111 t.IITATIOi3 OF cl:1 NADIA N CATTLE
N., . T. -, Cir, Jan. 2.—Copt. G - ecnman, late
Captain of the ill-fattd . Constitution, arrived No. - Teak, Jan. :.—The Pat': Washington
dif.petch h e; than are inCriord not gescrely
he " ' bin '''rttiz. He makes the following
cr. cited that soutt.o two or .three week. the
al menace!, Ws left Savannah on the 233 ult., rho i.ltnt IN tli as , Eie a praciamatioe dectarin ;
t w w i .. U n ' t a ;
-7ti r r g , ,'-', Mr. 7 n 2 . ' te ' n .a: e . a e la o in f c an ott d on thre a d Se,reeelso ti .e work of,ktie restorettou of the Union COM
ratattuer-, and ft:x [to, ( onud stowed away Many members of • Congress have gone t ,
After l eac h g2O des. 29 tots we etruck on Baltiteorn to attend the funeral of Henri 11'.n•
outer shoots of Cape Lookout, and in four boars ter Davie.
alter the fhip was full of water. Wo ~,,,,,,i, „,, A letter firm. Chettle.ton says t Regulations
effort to get box off, but were 11,,5tic,,,1 ul. for controlling free labOf are nearly perr..t.l.
After nmang on hoard the wreet, ~,t,l A A cop) of the contract require,' between fre,l
- thought she would go to pieces, the 4ret men and employeeL in South Carolina Is pub
smallssa hoof. waa lante.:Lad, which lin melite. sly listed_ T; e freedmen are mode responsible for
nd Moire adrlll, the c. 0., at the ea .., alianimais and tools entrusted to their care and
time attempted. to launch the other boat,
they were store by the eca, and the ship 0,4: but
p e.e required to kthei fve essarauce of good (slut in
- .qcrin of r dutie.
Ing up very fast, the only chance I. It was by The Im anCli s
ndon papers Pay that an expedition is
clinging to pieces of the wreck or cotton bal e s. Lett e ornaniztall In Prussia (or another explore-
At 4A. at., on the 27. h the whole aide fell In Lon of the Artie ocean:, with the design of get •
with a large number of the crew and pitmen- tl3-3, as firer a. rOSSIbh, to the North Pole, Two
CMS, all of whom were throws lido , he lea. chips will be procured for three years and their
The next Sea carried away the forecastle, on cri_ws wine/in.:so of salmaidcallY educated sea
which myself end sews, al oll,n were rending • from P; la , lan R'llo.ls.;
/reached a raft, on which ware the second mate. A dispatch from Washington says that Gen
and steward. At daylight on the 28th I saw er I hluiford. formerly Commissioner of Ex
two rafts with men on them. At 5p.M. a boat change, in endeavoring to ward nil the buoloegs
loot from alongside, whTai had been picked tip of hie office, which for some time has hem
by f ard our of
d e ep two piuse crew, picked us up. We after- located at Richmond. He has sal on hood
Ws pick-d s. IAO unclaimrd packagea, Pont ur soldiers
He cruised atoned for some time, but found while prieoners in the South, and isit seerne to
no more, lay by for the night and lent morn- be impossible to Lind-the rightful ownera, lien.
tug succeeded In reachhig Cape Lookout, hay- era, Mulford 'recommeads that they be either
log been no the raft and in the boat for forty sold or turned over to the Freeduaea's ilereau
hours. Have heard nothing amen of any of the A diet each from Toronto, says: Gen. Thum
following named pastengera lost, as near as can lon to-day received B atructione that the Got
hs ascerlatned ; Alba Land, realdenee unknown; enumeat of the United States, will no: perm,'
Captain:Sherwood, of Savannah; Captain French any more cattle to enter. the Slates from Canada
of New; York. Captain Lane, of the Brig Blank, This prohibition createelftnensa feeSOM not only
Mr. Fitzgerald, of the Savannah Erred; Daniel among Canadians, ebtiZont fro' % American mar-
Biggs, of PlalladelDhla, Antony French, Wm. Item, but' among United Status traders. Ite
Iligden, of Hartford, and three other cabin pas. Americans now purchasing In that mai kni, It is
sermon, one email girl, three steerage Imam- estimated that 810,000 'worth of live Stock, al.
gers, and the six who slowed themselves away ready purchased In thill' neighborhood, will be
—names all unknown. Tae pamengers saved thus eat off from rho Market for which they
were W. P. Long, of New York, and Ralph were Intended.
engineer of the steamer Indian River.
!Gesture of the Governor of New York.
ALBAICT, Jan. 2 . --Governor Fmton'a mos.
sage to ptibltsiu ti in this afternoon's papers. It
recommends the establ'atimant of claim agen
da for the collection of soldier's claims for
bounty. and pay, and advocates that maimed
anddisabled soldier. 4 be cared for and their pen
sions be increased. The present National
Guard consists of one hundred and twelve Reg
imeats, three Independent Battalions and five
Batteries, an aggregate force, officers and men,
uniformed and equipped, of twenty-eight mon
sand. It advocates a general encampment of
all the National Guard during the coming Eas
Re nays the report of the Superintendent of
the Banking department Meows that on the 30th
of September, 1805, there :were 109 banks con
ducting bnetnesa under she laws of the State,
with • capital of 120,430,970. That 193 backs
bare retired fiCkln the old system, and nearly all
hays been converted into ,Natlonal banka. The
total amount of outaktodlng circulation, in
cluding that of closed and closing banks at that
date, was 517.009 449, of which sum there was
Issued to incerporated barks and notes reialred
by Cm:rah In Bank Department, 01.130 Stitt, and
to tanking associations and Inelvidtutl bank
er' #22,872.593. Decrease la el/moist/eta 03.-
169,150, and an it crease In cash of 1ri1,021.533.
S The eyeteeth of a national currency though an
innovation upon the carefully devised and suc
cessful banking scheme of this State hag attrac
ted to Itself most of the hanks of the country at
large, and It mune to have acquired the fever
and ronfidence of thy people. We dLseoeer Its
bent his in a uniform lone based noon the Its
Genet faith sad on comparative immisaity !torn
the Insecure and untenable piper which wee
formerly obtaLeed In ISOMB parts of the country.
The whole system is guarded br enactments that
combine the wisdom and experieuee of the us
lid to mole It the moat complete as well as the
most tellable arstem ol banking ever devised.
The Governor devotes come 09005 to the ex
pected visit of the cholera, and commends the
views add recommendation of the commlselon•
era and heath ahem, that an appropria
tion be recently made to pay for proper acme -
tares en water and land for hospitals, that the
wearentlue and lit Mtn regulettoee of New York
and Brooklyn are defeetire, • cud that they re
quire essential modlecatien.
The Governor embodies In his message and
refers to the rerolutlou plumed by the Detroit
o,saiestelme„let)y e asking foletta cetierienrae
of the New Tort canals and locks, and eays sec
tion 12, article 7, of the Censtiteltion or the
State tr.thiblta centrsetleg debts for the purpose
of internal Improvements, except open the pal
sage of a law which shall be submitted to the
people at the neetgenerel election and approved
by Moen. It will putpine this question but a
Alton time, however, if allowed to await the le
ti m of the rouventton, which, It I, proeucext,
will be called July, leo7, by autheeety of section
2, article IS, cf tee rosstitattoo, to revise the
organic law of the State. Nor does he suppose
!bat tiny great inte eat of this or caller Fates
will te seriously hetelndiced by such delay.
The Coveltor dleaeproves of the practice of
legislating for the relief of contractors upon
The kie,uge concludes as follows In the
work of restoring the recited Steam to emir
appropriate federal relations. greed qeestione
mill remain for solution. while ws canuot Igeore
the oblige:loos which honor and good faith
Impose on the Government toward all who have
!been falthhtl to Its behalf. We entertain the
ronfdent hope that enlightened statesmanship
will solve these dB:Beall problems in a spirit at
once 'human, maguaelmous and Just, end on
principles which will commend themAlves to
the approval of all the friends of the 0-mem
men' mad encore the public safety.
We must not be enceindfel of the political
InCulties which confront ua In the settlement
ol,queetlous like there, cor In patient of the un
avoidable deist/Mel:lent to the working not of re
cOnetructlee, and the attainment of resale when
dealirg With organic reform. In the structure of
political imilintlees. Toward our miagnided
countrymen, we entertain no feeling of bitter-
Gess or untlndneas. Anlmated by a teeing of
generous fothearance, we will mettle* co-Op
erate in our respective inheres of InOnnoce
supporting the general Interests of all those
entitled to Invoke Our protection, with a dem
adherence to thoJeat tights of all >n • spirit
of ktednees, and all traces of alienation will
gradually and forever disappear.
NED' lions. Jan. 2.—The steamer Wilinteg.
ton brings idalrestan papers to the 24th.
Governor flaralboo bait msdu • proclamation
rretot tag. so far as he bee the power, to their
lob civil rights, all ported recornimatled for
From North Carolina—Negro Celebrotlon
at Vl'llmlogton—Prorlhlonal Government
auperareltd by alfiltar3.
WhAnuerow, N. C., Jan. I.—The celebration
by the negreues to-day pawed off with perfect or
&I- and propriety. Large elelegetions were prey
ect from the surraandlng country.
All toe civil officers in the State appointed by
the Provisioned Governor, including she !Cala
ten, Mayors, and Commluloners of towns,
Judges and ail others eemprwleg the whole ma
chinery of the government, have ceased to exer
dn anywuthority, their terms of Mlles tearful;
mato to an end by the Provisional Governor va
cating his office.
All power now temporarily rats In the Mili
tary Gorernor, who la taklo; stops to hare the
I..oglslatctre remedy the thincolty. In the mean
time it is probable that the military authority
will direct Cho oaten
heretofore acting for the .
State to continue to exercise their functions.
Address by the Penlan Vice President.
haw yoa, Tan. Roberta Las issued
an appeal to the Fenlane, not to waste their aa 2 '
trims In Intestine strife. Let deods, not words,
be your motto, and etrlka before it la too late,
and the golden opportnnity be lost forever.
Your sltuatkm Is that of two armies whose chicle
cannot .agree upoa a line of opsratlou. The
Taal extent of the British dominions offers many
vital points, and na we cannot reconsider our
views, let eigh army follow Its chosen general,
and attack where his Judgement tells him are
the best chances of incocia. Let this dlagrace
-101 !quibble, cone atonal no the field of betti s ,
we win forger all personal rancor and factional
oredladicea to ninon:bur only our dear eonutry
and bar wron :Onto( clacultics, the General.
rays, I can see but one way of escape, IC la to
call on each btate Convention of delegates from
different cIrCl”, to decide In whom they will re.
rou , coon& ace actl then la; silence allow CJl
oncl O'Alahony and myself, each to work ont
ill respective plan for the freedom of Ireland.
Fools u Congreu
New Tot k, Jan. 2.—The Fenian Congress as
sembled to-day. tr; guard from the 9i It Itegl •
meld refused aderdszetort to all not provided with
credential.. The State Centre, Mi. gown, of
the Idanhause District ' called the body to order,
and Major Kelly, of Indians, was app3lated
chairman of the Congress. Resolutions anzt.aln-
Ina Colonel O'bialhony were adopted and the
Congress In:weeded to the transaction of other
business, the nature of which has not yet trans-
Pred. There were two Plenipotentiaries from
Intend present, and It Is stated they brought
letters (rem Stephens, who Is mild to be In France.
Previous to the opening at the Congress, Messrs.
Menne:, Sennett and Mellen, of ilt Fenian
&rate, met at the Senate headquarters In per
m ADP! of the regular adjimromout of November
0, tut mere being noqulrum present, adjourned.
A report rays two English deteeti via were
sp• died at d refused a•ludaisloa to tno Conireal.
Funeral of Hen. H. Winter Davis.
BALTIIIOng, Jan, 2.—The funeral of the lota
Hon. Henry Winter Davis this one-noon was
very largely attended. Every mark of respect
wasahown to the distingeusheel deceased. The
Mayor and City Coundle, Governor Swann,
Lit ut. Governor Con, Jcidge Bond, Meatters of
the Bar, Chief Justice Chase. Judge Gilos of
the Diatiret Court of Maryland, Judges Catter
and Ulin, of the Snsteme Court of the
District of Columbia, Judges Swayne and
Davis of the United States Supreme Court,
Secretaries Stanton and Harlan, • the
Hon. L. F. S. Foster, President of the
Senate, and & inters I[Orgon i of New 'fork,
Pomeroy. of Kate.is; Spy:tyre, of Rhode Island;
Sumner, of Mars schusetta; and Creswell, of
Maryland; and limns. Biota, Green, Clay, Brat
doge°, Smith, Schofield 'and Hooper, of the
House of ReprestatatlveS; Mayor Watiack, of
Washington; lion. Freemen Clarke, the Comp
troller of the Currency, and other gentlemen
wore present. Chief Jetetteh Chess and Secretary
Stanton were among the pall bearers.
The funeral procession proceeded to St. Panra
Cemetery. The streets Were thronged along
;he route by crowds of spectators, not wltturtaude
or; the unpleasant weather previous to the
funeral. A meting of tee bar was held at the
[Jelled Stelte Distrlct Court rooms, prwl del
over by Jorge Gilt., at which ayeechei ware •
mode by Judge Gibs and Where, aid resolutions
f reopect for the memory of the degoaso.l were
Fmlgratton to ft-ortl— . The Yaragual an
Nits Toms, Jab. 2.—Adylcmt from B - ar.il say
the ettahVbelon of geutlemen from the Southern
States, appointed to proceed to Brazil and ex-
amine into Ps eligibility frit' the settlem - nt of
dissatisfied r.bels, bill returned to Rio Janeiro
early lit December from - explorations la the
Southern provinces of that empire and were very
sanguine regarding the reminisces Bed capabili
ties of the country for aettlEnoest. There were
some difficulties In the way, as the Brazillsrut
ale not favorably asp. sed . loward the mace.
moist, es there la • prospect of the early abolition
of slavery tbrotuthout
Dates to the 19th of li:retire: from the thfs
ire of war say the Partquarep army. which • •ad
been coecentrated at Corrientes, retreated fur.
Ibex Into the Raeder among the 1310310311:111
where access was dig:icon. 'Their new pasition
behind the defences of Efnamita !zooid to be very
ILTOSIg. Thaslllednroty followed theretnalint
&reel wx.d..Etre_Pteptering 19 costa 111 te . ttch.
Reintorcements were being plashed kr rex&
No Arrangement made le tteigard to Merl
can Altalm—The Mexleaa ildlutaler at the
Prmfdt nU LaTCC.
WA SWINGTON, Jan. 2 —lt has been erronc3as
ly mated that the United Slates Goveramr nt
hats snir.d at an uedsrstanding with regard
to higniean affalaw it Is tcOwn, however, that
Maxonnillian hos not met his pecunialy en
tow rat nta with Napoleon lot keeping the
French troops In Mexico, and that the French
Emperor is net wlfliag to sap_ crt • miLltary
forte Mart an his own crpense.
it is • subjcst ercommeat 10-day, that at the
President's receprion yeeterday, none of the
diplomatic corps recognized or spoke to the
Marlene Minister, they eridently not re•ognia•
ing him an a reorranatatire from any. Govern
ment, Senor Romero was e,gdiaily received by
President Johnson, hot he rcaaiced only a few
mount eats in the recent - on robe, leaving somo
time Mkt. the departure of
.the other Minis.
Freedmen.. Celebration at Petersburg,
Parra:lama, Jan. I.—The Freedmen ef this
city and adjacent counties, celebrated their trie
tom to-day, by marching throne' the principal
sweets; there was public speaking on Poplar
Lawn. The weather Is eery unpropitious, but a
great number participated in the celebration.
The different societies of Freedmen donned their
best atparel and tamed out with banners, dec.
The °caisson was one of greet rejoicing with
them, and eve. - ythlng lamed tiff in perfect or
Eteayy obbers—Union Picnic Railroad
Completed to Topeka.
LZATEWITOBTLI. Jan. '2.--A , safe containing
thirty Umamend dollars was stolen last nicht
ham the dike of - Major UM, Paymaster in the
army. Two orderlies that are nalsalng. are sup•
posed to be the guilty parties:, TWCSEY three
tbotrsard belonged to tke.government, the re.
Malneer beltg Ihe private pen.orty of ktalor
Ellis. One thousand dollars reward Is offs: el
ter the thieve.
The Llakto Nettle Henreid is completed to
T,pek,e, the Met passehgc: tralo arriving at that
Vett Co dey, tract ITyamiotte. ' .
Jen- 2—Toe annual meollan
of tbe Brewers' dude -tenon Of Pennsylvania
was held thli evening. All the-. former officers
•em re elected. An Immense amount or cap
hal ILveated In trewerins was represented et!the
♦ Crary snow storm commeticcd hens a'ru•
Etze o'clock, P. 11t. , and still continues. The
weather Is still mild.
From New 0: leans
NEST OnLoans, Doc. ? 9 .—Cotton anlntattd
4,000 bales sold at 51e, Sugar you du'l falr
12, 4 c• itolataes firm at 00-)51...
Gold dull at 451 2 , Star iota checks dis
count. F,elgtht on cotton to Nevi York ‘cc.
Ship oirnora arc yiulding Wilke Bo mous'
strike. paying six dollars per day for /an rrers.
Nkllllll Le. Jin. 2.—The TITS! falling, With
twenty-6Tc feet ; on the shoals. Wutther doe
and re." cold.
Cotton firm; operations limited. The rutin!:
rate la from 42 to 43 etas h. Rectipis 21:3 and
ebipmenis 223 bales.
S Olt 511—ALLEfi DER—Standar, Soo. 1 at, Law,
t. ch. reedy.. of AD to.thoc, tit:0110E
0. Sbl ITH , of eitortorty OAT, to 151los et.
ALLEN OEII, of Now 0 'Lilco, 13 sorer Co., Ps.
elnetneotl pope:. Inca. 00115.
1114 - F—.%t Wilkineburx. January Is', IS+4,
hiAin L., wife LI Joa WI B. Barri Eq., aged '27
yl era .
The friends end relatives arc inrited W attend
her luncral on NV sun CIIDAT, 3d Ins:, at 2 o'clock.
Carriages will leave corner or Selretial and Smith•
nod, at 12.14 o'clock prccisclr.
wigilithlAN—i Monday reeding, at tO alfrf•
utee out • o'cloek. ANNA .11..1.13T11
Older: daughter of Ituto athl Mary Ann
Wlghtman, In the 16:h year of he:
Funeral to start from the fatally tgaldenes, No.
ft Sanduak . stree•, AlleaLeny, ,NW 1.D.N0 Olt,
/011./., I/ /0 0 . 01000, to progeed r ito Allegllehy
, 'ernetery. The (fend, of the family are resper.t.
fully Lovital to attend.
1.-EXTON-0n Tuesday merrier! Jan, 2d, ,t
ItniN U. LGXi ON.
His funeral trill cake place en TantaiDAT 310 UN.
F3O, Jan. ith, at la n'elsek, from Ilia residence of
Um father. corner of %Sarni/4ton ana Alorket see.,
Mac cheater. Ma LtioCida ily art In Kitcl
11 ILLDALE CIPLIETERY--d rural mill
moat picterfique place of Seputtute, situate
to uplands, Inlcurlittele none al Allegheua
ill), on the Now flrletaton Haw. fhlraoas wish •
has to aslant /NSW bola apals At the Su per•
intendants Office, at the Oematery. arittel Deeds,
Petnaa and all other business will bratt &nasal at
the Drag Warabouae if the undersrned, corner of
Poetess' and Leacnok greats. Alleebthr•
Aas (Ito. e, AELLY,
seare:sly and rrtesaurar.
OIFERFD THIS g4SON
Retail Boat and MO House.
31e ni au= Sole Boota, water pipg • 14 10
U<ns• Fine CS:( Boots, hlgb bad, steel
.hens' Flae Buff 8a1ra0ra1a....—...:,f1.
Meos' Flee Calf Sewed Ilalraora4,
Womenp Pegged Boots
Women'. Fr. Mo. Sawed Itt:gh
COildreni , Pollmth Boots, doubl,c. mole,
Chill's UoTared Shoes
Everything is Sold Cheap,
Everything sold is Warranted.
Everything Sold is Perfect.
Ererything is In Style.
Everything is Nice and in:4 keeping - v .-
with this Model -
BOOT AND SHOE ElErPOilitiff.
When, theta BarraLat on to q.,nid.
Concert Hall Shoe store,
I 0.0 FIH HII STBOT,
Directly under the Opera line!
OAK . HALL
..To. 63 Fifth Street
fr. desire to laf,rm W pe sons W want
B A R - G A I
TI si until lANUA 15th, we an 4
/ZULU' Wllt .ell any carmen: tr_n
LAZLIE STEAM. U • 13./..511 - 4'
RUDE OLUTHING at
We hare so =Nisi= eats
Crtirt we rril for the
EVERY GABBILBT was OAREFU'LI.iT zonal
5. OURSELVESin Baltimore.
you pre! or VOW' CLOT.IIII . O. stay frOai
ZahasUßEore have • full ace
CLODS AND -mutt
And one COTTER is Nest of the Try
For the present, we will make to weemiliatt
WAR/lA/4T ENTIRE SATISFALYCLOB, rain
BELOW other Ant Maur Tailors.
Ul you not tarot ne with yea. rat:ol,4o.
do . J. H. saeamr.- & 60.
BL 1)6 PiTENT , Z E.11.8511`4L.E,
...srm.. l ,
4:ilAf A/1 1 14a
BLANDY'S PORTABLE :
Frcto a to 50 Hone, Pointy—MetEnslssosB6
piece—lumpiest ptutatbie construction—ma
or ntasonty Ia setting—bunt any /clad of Attel,o
pt. tsl so any stout wagons —attspteslo
poll.otea where a mean' durable and Cs4lent
Rawer It Vatted—Are thitpeoPio . • EnCta..
ELAN BY'S PORTA fiLg
STEAM SAW MILO 4.
The most popular and suede/Jul in the Weiid—l
me owned aim operated allover the worlet.A:
ly portsele—no bllck or mum
my in set
Mae:moored on stout. wagons —WA.llEddlt
TU CUT ,FROM SIX TM TEE THEISSEED
FELT PEE DAYl—Adzsd by their espint
malts money the enespest thing in the toP..‘—
ray 'or themselves and expenses melds at spear..
Mills base been In. olurela e ten years and_itlll
ahnost as good as new. One Anti end
made per clar:
For Illustrated Circulars, With descriptio 4
pstees and repo , t. of eve:atom.
Addle. the 313.:Ufacturers,
H. & P. BUNDY.
Blandys tiepin Engine
Blandyh Portal* Engine Warksic,c 7 .
pitunucE ItECEL V IN
ono Lame Turkeys, droned..• 77.,
200 Largo Curokens,
stro rounds pm..
tOo Doren Dub lie-
s ' 6° /3 ") , ell Oafs, arrive.
tUI Bushels Cornmeal, horlereed. '
21:0 flueela very ohobfe seatill-Dena% , 11;
too Pounds primsDnese Feathers. -
to Barrels Barrels elur en:Sort= klohissen.
OW Bores prime cutting Cheese.
ike Banels sound nrinter n . '
:aro ..BuTheinbrishl. dried Apples.
rco Bushels Peaches, to arrive. ' .‘
24(0 POlthaSitellier i hrtae.. '
Nrith a full stock of Qreeeries hi store. For a.. kir
der. 121.013 Dir,
, - - -•-•.,..,•.f..
GOLD PEN .MANUFACTURED
Philo Hall, cu. Third azd blatket sti., ,:t
Second Story, en trenee on TIMM Erect. ,'-..,.
Gold Pen and Gold end Shyer Penetl elle*.
wholerate and retail.. '
Pena rennin:a. Periwig baring. Pens to it'd*
can send them by sail, aid they will be prompt
___ oerdyd e
113 E LARGEST VARLET Y ; .
New Year's Presents., .5'
won* HOSES, CA IIAI3. SATOH EGS; • •
Can be land at;
J. G LA CfEll'S.:-
de:3: 'K 3.30 t Marten sunei
31eCiliGG'S 4A11 . J.3LE WOilKS t S.'
333 In )1E31,3' Sinr.vr. .
1,1. benlillful Mid Parldus saamtment of
M.A It It Lr. MI ANTE L S, '.;?,„.•
:Nicst:muriTs haw onarE *•rose;. '-F--.7 -
r•LAsTER I'4 X Is. Rit , ENDA.F,V, AND Joa:*
TOWN CILILENTS. - - - . .-:.. i
PIANO AT A. :
Itosewood tltreit Ocrave P 1440, CarVIII war, tr
nod ixdol Improved t 'from Frauce, ovaratioNCF, .
ban. me onlp throb toOoths: out ClOO;'ortl.t.tu" . 7 •
old for %WO. Mho octovtvfolltuodooti.,ll.l4
No. a FIFTH " . N . Tar.,Lik, - • • f,
en Scooad i7e4l , .bore
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