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Art t /hrtragßiiß aitZETTE AS ATIOY,
No. OS SrOzrr. Pittsburgh. -
Biortirma , tortro-r. UT min, or year sd al
Eor , rmeEointor' P do - do.
" .. . 4. ' o,l b7Caniers ' Sfolut Erevi • e°
Irc Wittobitnit Onctit.
fi r ist%heeol:
Fgo secOncl.Pago _
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liganeesith' lirastKeab, nasheese,
Sce e l / 4 4.0nd
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; barroilitic:r,o-to' 31.1 rice
, .03., •
coufirtnv it that Saw . -
s e ra:na . Soap ty++ best laOely 30
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- Direirt oodif
• CH all kinda, elating out cheap, at Barker ,t;
co'., Market Street.
n t tns, cdnts, extraislarilarde, do., 31 coltx
at - Ftarltpt: tt,r-gf,d, Nyiticet
I:et Rreet. . ,
. french Merinos,,
At irsigkasirtist4rn pftlidajdfiratitttieq,
-Zito:korai ifiki4rtgi •
It very large I , o4ErOrn. thp lowest priced - u
Irery nne—oh thew:lithe:l;st corner Fourth and
C'the"Ple - dtiods, tit le+1;- gB ' -rrip"
u....ker than Easter:l P riacneds
llc rept tatiOn - la eatabth.hed l9 ud q•
Larber Soisil 4 -wier
tow prererred than others.
Cbetu 74f.*thits'i cake.
e r iiepeftwitapnair or Ltmti
rot prinArrbgbi. der - . - Fbr sale Ctukilti
Super, tortagtati 'Orster Pena and Si. Clair
=APO to 4 4 00 0 , -Fliri4 (Items-Bricks .
, . 7 Are made' per dartitliel.V. stroll:1V Brick Ito
ebtbe, requiring citify : two horse power. It 1.,
'c' the W!ondetiq tlawage. , Beie.ittliet:tiletoent In
i to3ollioieoltanii. ",...,.. - ...,.......'.
Seat:rot Solpltllo of Lime, •
'i For preserving ebier.-rotionle by Cbarleg Su
i .,..' . per, Drogglst, corner of, Perm and . St. clot'.
" 54` treoli,*Pllll‘bwrili.':` '''. 1- . ''' -'' - ' '
Replenishing stock shaddi before pare-basing
. .risit 'the lestablishment; of Barker Co., ag
Market street, as they have full lines of
Bleached End Brown. Shee Inge and Shirting.%
Prints, find'other abiple gaddsothich they are
aelliag.at much less than Bastem prices.
v, Dry Cloothr at Wholesale,
The best place Whey theral p either In the East
or West is at Barkers Co. , ti .7S Market, 'There
can De :fount Dial best asiottmeat of Sheet.
tags, Stilrthigivrriatia; Print Amp and-" Other
ptaple goods. ~ = '
Neutral tlolpmte of. Lime,
Ter" preserving :64g1t, Y-141". sales-by Charles
Super, Dkiggist., earner Ogl'enn and - St. C 1 it
4 otteet, Pittsburgbi.r,
, i - Put the Ittiestlon .
* - 1 Genensliq, ft; yonr friends, es to..trhat preps:a:,
.. I tions * they=nioifor: f their:teetil, wad - the re:
' sponse; nlnd tunes tint of tini,nlll be Siiiiktent
,- ,1 I Tts no longer neer:miry tol !repress its merits
1 , itprra the pnbiternind, experience bas taught
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the, world thatos a means Of beautifying and
.. : .:
‘. , preserving the teeth, invlatirating the guess,
-....- . 1 and giving a pleasant arnrds tO Lb° breath, it
-• 1 kfts no strata eitheilternliphira
';.:.! '• 4 '
_ Pais, 44Iusirls
A ' And Dress fiesids.,;ltenieraher,
ssr - ssllf4>ll. buy Die:Si:4AV toilispi , _l4ocer o.W: Their .
iilfeite&tV cm Ws'ru lslnc T c ldutsts!
Alpac s, °3'
and a good assortment of Barred sad
Stripped tress Goods, u.lso; , Fisunels sad .
; itiardth:lB itttlehdti Page.: call
Ind gr_t a bargats
.4 Third* Luker & C 0.%
JJOredelistl street; 431e5he32,f.•
1 rfratsarik .Cha Star ot-lErtpiale Slake*
7:1 . ' ,_-.. ; - . 7 ;
- . ~
...,i 'Theichulne Seeitted retied* io faiiichaTiii
- -. - i II elude= couro;tes;iuuly*h a few years ago
*lll-eaused such ocaestottra .#mOug the old toxtet
A maths - mediida .paltraliactethe celebrated
.1.:; treatise OM the irtlelo , by the Sselshutt Sur ,
recta taut ,ft,ofeticar CC 4 Cheiohd:rypt the Cale.
f .itut*Neftsf4cipeo 4 .ls now for' h 6:.
''..; tilde iiirkii4id Into this efuntriViate *i..'
..11:; .t an Oriental COmpany or Boston.
B. c.. Salutestoek er Co .. Iliad .2deClorreit, are
' e wholesale agents forAh*„plaee where the
•: gentline HasheeshOtidy cad be Ida. Price, iCe
and 61,00 per box- ~ono geisthe without el)
Ws'44SPiilqar . **lc.n.:s , Ft Ceicil 40-* . :. , i: i .:
Wen To•DttY, Slek'reatereow.
Such to the experience of thousands. Few
enjoy cmithaiens , bealth..4O. what
occasional Lovalld - I-OttrlbMe
-condition? Nett* htmaelf, 4il"coutse. Ire Lays
the blame on the gtmate, Perhaps. It Ls too
tot or IRO:teddi tee or Loo dry; oXtoe -
TartggCi:'.llittdPezl hECtik'a the Piclig.eoPtse"
to fa - 10710s oniaLifuttOrrliOil todilrotestia
.agabast the extreme& and chensos of which ho
tamplalas No. lie ears, yierhsys, that only
.0 an tryn manOuld hoar Sucilt.. great heat, or
"...-:. !' StlcKsiolent cold, or, such sudden vicissitudes.
:•1 ; Why then does he not resort, to the great Ton
.tt ; 2 sad Preventive, Which, ifi it will not make
Zi. • 9 Isim an iron spur, will at. lc* Afttaarupi6 the
14l parity '0111.4 - ol`secta to' repel an' external
agencies that tend tOprodutie disease,: -IL*
? . ..r,„. ' . - t totter's .gelabrated. ,rfitomaols Bitters,' taken
1, • faithfullyttecording• to .. tun . 4117tiowywill so .
!. ' strengthen - thti•stoelli - bake the ieivea, •
1.: tone the liver,
and 'regnlatti and invigorate
1; I the whole ardnntl re 4 motkeryi that the system,
tostead of being at ttie xnerey, of the .weather,
~ and llablerte be prtiitircind - by every ehahge of
,i , temperature, Will beCome cario•hardened, as it
" were, and almost impervionsito climatic Mau
i: ences. Ai, to, [his PreventiVe prlaciple that.
'• 1 $O9 tctt.43e/AtitA,Ces °tin the,l4Ten_pOplaitrity:
. in the Westandies, nritiall - AMerica and Atl3-'
- .7. lfloatetter's 1110ers
' Are Sold W//010:311.10 a retail at very low rates
at rieminespragand Vittentli, edielne Depot,
1 Ro. Cl Market street; Coiner of the lilammid,
.::, '. gear Fourth-street. 1 .
With • the AlnWist
• Certain advent of choleia atticeigst ui in th
se* agaLl to our readers
do not be unprepared' for it 'gave what you
•k• irstand what oaperieneo had demonstrated
to be,liatiktlY reliable medicine to nip it in .
the bud upon the ilnitimomoultory Ityroptoine.
° Do not trust to new and untried medicines;
what you know to lutre eurediwill cure again.
' f• leming,ttia,t,gist; No bi 3104tet.strcet, , pro.
pares a nalidlotat, tliat Was tteell with inianlbfe
success during tho last visit 01 the cholera to
this city, and we tuitrasitatin4ly say that no
Incdicine in thoWorldls eupeter,to it. Don't
he - without a bottle of its that Is_ our advice,
, i , , , and when the dread stburge 4.36 make its up
iituranee, , yomareemniiaritively secure. -
Sold initytirlitsbuivi; rlesnierea Drag
c r Store, Ao.Sillarket otroot.
Wan afrd "Water (Jona&
it 5 with great plea-tuns -we;eBlF the atten.
en of our madman the enbferb stock of Fell
And Winter Goode Nee reaelveld by Mr. John
t r am, Merchant Taller, ffo.*Federal street,
I :Allegheny. His stoelneinbraos some of the
treat beautiful Clattny; CarrimiSrea„" Overcoat,
lags mad roldstdef over breuabt to theiresterri
empriaing fltarts,Drairen, Caftan Neck Ties,
1 Xiandkeralets,4te., cannotAArfrpaarod east
gm welt. Aline 'Mic of rea4g made Pants,
!'' 4 °T,'N ' eats,l trlll, also horatutel
?At file establishment, Peraons Meant Of any.
liddg id - theardhing Ple-sliordenot toi - give mr.Vrinci a can.
• , galas W. parry , • c.,
P ractical Sratelloofers and Dealers la amen.
Can mita of *Minna .boloss,
_pfttee - tm Alc m .
tdTt Ldaitiin'i:iiejr tie "Water Works rim* ,
bast, Pa. Itesidextee,No.ls tEke street or
: dere promptly attended to. ,AlPrOrkwarrant;
eel Water yrbedf Jterfakrhig dnlfeett 51w Short.,
eat notice. Ho charge for repaits,pretlded the
f roof Minot Oozed after 1t la pat on.
; . thittientei Job*trig
flaring .returned ettOr an absence of three
years In the army, I. IteSm Id.OiMnod my shop
for aU. sorts of jobbmg An the earponter
.et tho otati.hylrgM -iiley k hietwomi
Stela street end Chirsycgrey. 'OrdersiolLaitad
; and promptly atteadc4 to. :I
a.'4. I': Wm :Fix Yoomeix.
-6 ,- &-17,314;55 iia f.
Al one bf the Innielpal Belgian coat mine; a
fortune tellenhad predicted Mat the ad of Dec.
would wouldallzby a terrible - catastrophe
which cost the life of a great number of
the miners. The effector .this
that none of the workmen would descend into
the mine that day, and all ;work was stopped.
The prediction was nemanarily unfiatillod.
_.i.Tur. Nor' Wester says theliudson Bay Com
rany recently forw.artted to St. Paul six thou
mind mink akhia - containedin twelve ordinary
sized boxes.,probably thomostratuable peek.
age of fars 'ever rent to St. pant 'They were
Feld at nine dollars each, making a total of
dity-fourithousancl dollars. — The duty upon
the skins was twelve hundred dollars in gold.
conraar has been formed in Buffalo for
Whiu9atif Vert t aVut g ai t ritet. g r=a il f -
that city, and which produces 40,030 cubic feet
of brilliant burning gas. .A contract has beca
Made to atrirply-tho Buffalo Gas-Company with
that amount of gas daily at one dollar per
thatisand feet ,
twera oYtili:`itaraiiii.—Dr:BriThie, :who
Wrlretdraself- the - title of the .111ag or Paryr
and who was In ' Pittsburgh several mounts
since with hie eelelfrated - pain-killer;of which
,be 1101 d s. Ursa -quantity, was-shot , a' few days
since by a gambler, in Memphis, ,and died
Albert afterwards. Ideltrlde-hod acquired
coast arable wealth by the "alga his matt:
A:coarzspontorer of trio I,olidon Tones gays
of Westminster Abbey that , esteli.rlity,akids to
the nrisehievoto effects of..elimatb`uilcm the
building. Damp is noirdObigas ninth harm
asiald any imam/est of - fcemer days. On a
Abner taking &twat - ter prOlanged frost the
strata falls M all direeth,
Ls !dated Mei:teases papers that col.
may is being orgtudtedet.tunbus, in that
state,lo go to =lei= Judge Wm. G. swan,
later ,or.,Tennessee,_ and. exastembor of the.
Confederate Congress from the Enoxvilledls
triet,,,ls at the head of it.
Tan van:igen otioneraior #s J. 0: R. Wilsois.
of Rochesteriliew York, who Is yet In hlsteene
lie has a heavy interest to the Pennerlvonle,
, regioa end dUpose6 -Or tt pett ... of It the Other
2 As advocate of Colmar, France, lately left a
legacy of %WOO to ther mantis asps= of - that
town. "learned this money," his will states;
"by the - patrtmago of those. wbO go to law;
my present gift is buta restitution: ,
We think that people generally will be as
tonished at learning from the Secretary of the
Treasm7 thane' than one-afth of our meri
candle marine has been destroyed or transfer
:red to foreign ownership during the war.
-Air English grwm has been oonyietal of the
singular misdemeanor] of throwing his dog.
into a ranway.traia - widie In motion, thereby
killing the tudmaland wounding the guard.
Tun old North Carolina Dutch Church <tor
-net' of_Fulton and Win' gut streets,-New-fork,
- is to be destroyed.• It is the oldest - handbag ,
now used as a church In that city. It was built
morrscesv has been commenced In Drawn,
Georgia, for fund of sioo.cto, for the booed;
of lion. Jefferson Davussind
Mona cotton is atuttially taken by thieves In
New York than is destroyed byllro. Yetasin
. gin haul never eaceeds thirty pounds.
Toe grosTrecelpts of seventy-six Insurance
,secictles in New lork ; last year, was $27,000,000.
Sits or VAL-us:ma laos Wonas urVotorsts.
—Tbe Rockingloun (Val riegiacr states that
the valuablo iron works propertY near Pon
Republic. in that county, ha.s been sold tur its
propnictors, Messra. Lewis, Crawford Co.,
to Messrs. Abbott Et Co., of the Abbott IrOn
Works CamPany, of ilttmoro elty7 tofu SACI,OSO
cash. Messrs. Abbott A Co. intend go Into
theiron business actively, and will ut once
give employment to about ono hundred bands
ut their works in Rockingham. The same pa
per says the von works property in Page and
Rockingham counties, known as the Shenan
doah Iron Works, lately owned by Messrs. D.
and IL Forrer, has been sold within the past
few weeks for if2AO,OOO, equivalent to cash. It
was purchased by Messrs. Milncs A Johns, of
Itfr. Cowan of Pennaylianht Presented yes
terday the following statesmanlike view of
"It Laney prope.!sed after haring freed the'
negro, to give him tho right of suffrage. What
would that dot Simply Increase Lao chancey
for getting hie head broken at the Pens by a
stronger race." • '
Aro we to infer that litr. Cowan stays away
from the polls from fear of coming in contact
with a stronger healthan his owns—X.. Y. Tri
PiptSIDZYT Joussoa, as the Nashville Dispatch
soya, must regard it 133 a.Lavorablo indication
ohm such men as John Selland Emerson Eth
eridge, who are certainly not his Persona
friends, Cordially sustain thepolley of his ad
ministration in :regard to the Southern States:
Theirrportnf the President in the
work restoratiott of the Southern States
sprin from patriotic motives, and should,
there ore, be appreciated the more highly,
WnY is President Johnson like Chhuborazot
Because he Is the greatest of all the Andles.—
N. 0. Picayune. : - -
But it Is a mistake about the President being
'a Presbyterian. -Church has not yet, drawn
She Heart of the druf tes.
• Affray. ors Board n Sitonmshlp.
- Nawleas,.Jan. - 21.—A serious Affrayocctitrod
on board the steamship lianhatttua, at plor
No. 3, .North river, yesterday :afternoon, be
tween the themen and coal-passers and the
seem:a/mate, LionryCurivin: The latter, being
severely beaten and bard prorsed, drow a re
volver and discharged It at the crowd,' the shot
taking effect. On Use head of Mithael Haley, a
areama,.producing a probably fatal wound.
Curwm waa arrested r _and the wounded man
was taken to the City Hospital, whore the sur
geon gave it as his opinion that Maley could
not live through tbenight..
'Niro atattinktrk, - swew Torii—Worn. mid
groats Harried to Beath.
Drama_ 24.—;.eroir Of wooden build
ings on Third street, this elty, nearly anentire
block In length, was destroyed brilro last
night. Thoilre was
in a German end
granthonse, through the eardeeS exposure of
coal OIL Four Bodies havobeontakon fromtho
ruins burned b oyandidontification. They are .
supposed to be Migra ene mittrwairres
cooa from the names, b r utis so senotudy burn
ed that his recovery is lioubtful. Tho amount
of lons and.lmuranee is not ascertained.
VOLUME LXXX.---NO. 21.
014WEVI1 5 1 0 1:
...White =ft colored, a very full hoe. at
'prices, on the northeast corner Fourth
• Market streets.
• Mild Flannels, ,
all the popular makes, at very low prices, or
the nortlicaid corner of Fourth and Markel
C. Us*sosi Love & Cue.
. Don't Forget
To rail Taker Fetie
atrret, and get atargain In Dry Good, a
Fars; all go9de Martell doicri2.• •
OUR HARRISBURG -LETTER
' The report of the ... Adjutant Genernl will be
DLit In i feiv,a4a; and fitte an ILO:rice copy I
ton stiletto give you a synopsis of the content,
Of ecnim, of the MO pages - , there.aro but few
'whioh'aroin t dialited to the numbera of the
regiments and the list of their field and staff
(Meets. Adjutant General Russell refers in
elhquent language to the valmble moistener
Pennsylvania rendered Io the Government
dthing - I,l3.rlftwi.sral ways that then orders' to
minket , otat - have,been soLeetively_ozeented
IllAttof the OM hundred sad ten. regimental
the Inony..ofi. , +ttoclic 4 con
pf:nlea Orinfantry and eatadry and tailepen
dentbalterles of artfilery; taralshdd jtJ Penn
sylranla during the rebellion there am now
(Nov. .10th,) remataing in the aerrire but six
regiments &infantry, one of artillery pug one
batrtilLoo of cavalry. , ,
Thirelianges in tho different commands du
ring the - war are noted. The regiments mus
tered oat during 28 e5,areenumetuted, and the
momotlons• by order of 'the War Department,
During the year -1265, three-regiments were
organized,yiz: the ;Rath, Dol. J. A. Gorgas; the
214th,5.01,..P. Nellibbln; and the 215th, Vol-
Twentydive.companiee nen, mlso
organized and assigned lo"auferent tddregi
meats. • The total number of men mustered in
during' the yearbeing.2,6ls. During tr year,
the reernitMg agent-4M garrhibUrg,' orwa-d
-ed to regimentsn theserrice, 0,132 vo unners,
and 8,675 drafted men and:volunteers. au men
were forwarded to the regular army beim - ear
January atill'AMll. •
The troops sent Intn service during the wa
(including th e ninety days militia, in 1..t3
were as follows:
Inspector General Todd. meter date of No
vember Altb, makes, his annual report. Ile
says that notwttliStanding the most earnest
efforta of his department, the work of enroll
ment Janet yet completed.: Twenty counties
out of sixty-Six have-failed-to perform their
duties, thus making it impossible to report
the number of men subjeet to military duty,
a piece of information, which is still needed,
although the war has chased.. The whole
number of men in the State liable to enrol-
Meat, is estimated at 147,769, The Inspector
General recommends that military seryice
shall be exacted under one uniform law that
will operate evenly and Symmetrically over
the entire State. and ho also recommends that
the Legislature 'appoint commission, anther
ized to - draft a bill to take the place of all
The counties which have failed to make an
enrolment are Araostrong, Beaver, Barks,
Carbon,-. Centre,. Chester, 'Clinton, Co
lumbia, Greene; Huntingdon, Indlana,Teffer
son Luzern, Lytle:rang, Armlet, Montour,
Philadelphia, - Pike and gebuylkill. :These
Counties-contain a population of L'avo, of
about one-half of theentirn p Lion of the
State. Atinte 'la the• attics that the
returns of - were su equently received;
The total number of Men enrolled In the
balance of the State, was. 151,1111, of Whom
1.3,.= were exampled. Allegheny has 11,517
- II: exempted.. .
GIC,N) . :IMp . IfEIIIB
THE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE.
VERY LATEST NEWS
OUR SPECIAL DiSPATORES
DEPOSITS OF PUBLIC FUNDS.
Treasury Department' Circular
Basis OF REPRESENTATION
Speech of Judge Lawrence
Sprohil to Pittshorgh Gazette.,
• WASIIINGTON,Iiktry Peak
The following Circular was laitiod to4lay b
the Treasury Department:
AEhintorns, D. C. Jan. 4, ism.
The third section of chapter shrenty-eight,
laws of the scamil session of thei tilirty-elght
Congress, "act approved March itil , 963," pro
vides that all =buoys now directed by law to
ho paid the Commissioner of Interest
maw; shall he paid into the TresivinrY of the
United States by the party making such pay_
meat, stating the name of the depositor anti
the specific account onsebleh taftleposit *as
Made, iiigned hi - the - 7,l7essiii . .sr, Assistant
TreasaSer, Aisignateadepositari, or proper
oftleer of a deposll bank, transmitted to and
received by.the:Dinntlitssiener of Internal
Revenue, shall be deemed a-compliance with
the law,rcontring payment to he made to the
Commissioner Internal Ilarenut , , any low to
the contrary notwithstanding.
In accordance with these prortatons, many
Banks and oilier monied institutions, and rail
roads and other norixtrations, in:making pay
tent for7taken Imposed by seigt/ons 1.20,1'21
and 121., of chapter 173, of the laws of the first
session of the thirty-eighth Congraqs, net ape
prored Juno arth, 1864; hare tranninltted to me
bankers drafts upon t heir eorresliOadeuts, suit.
Jeering 01;1)1110i and MY Mar:Chia tethelds
peuse and- inentorenienee Int:Merit to the Gal
lectlon of such drafts, before the amount,:
71, 0 1
43,1 00 8
thereof ran he carried into the Treasury, and
the proper certificates issued.
To obviate thts eXpense, Mcontenicdce urol
delay parties, or institutions baking • pay.
meats far taxes imposed by the seettins of tho
Act of Stine Oth, alsbve quoted, will hero
after be required to deposit lawftd money of
the United Sfatei for thatpartwww , vrith the of.
fleers or banks designated - I:T[lmi Third Sec
tion of the Act of March VI, 156 J, als aforesaid,
and all drafts hereafter reeciresftry sae for
payments will he returned to the parties from
whom they may be received. The original
eertifleates received for such deposits, should
be forwarded to the Scerctary of the Treasury,
and the duplicates with the proper statements
to the Commissioner of Intetiptal Revenue The
Treasurer has nothing to do with either such
statements or certificates to any of the above
cases, except when the deposit Is made at
thin office. F. E. Ertxxxx,
TreasWrer. U. S.
Jrpor: L.MRSSCL OS TUE DAUB HCPIMAIICX.
The Subject of the batds of rept . esentstion
being under discaSsion in the HOilati to-day,
Judge Lawrence, of Ohio, moved td recommit,
with Instructions to report an tunCndment to
tbo Constitution sons to apportion Xepresetill
Lives on tho basis of maleF4dult loters- who
are citizens ' and so as ttvoipporVon direct
taxes on the basin of'property. I •
He argued these propositions in a speech at
length. Taxation, on persons was wrong;
property was_thd nioper basis. .Thic Constitn
tlon was the result of a compromi e ss, and the
rcasoh - whlt`b tare rise to IS having, partied,
we should now amend it on a just tpala. Sow
the South win have twenty-elglat representa
tives for the colorcdpopulat ion
a bleb is a premium for treason.
Ae vrould_strike_down tho polglcid power
gold give to every voter. on over theland the
aline weight. in electing liepreaciscatives,to
r, more power trusoone• voter In Ohio. ;If the
Endes declare whole chives of poop qe unlit de
posituries of power, no class should have pc.
litleal power for thent. The States can eufran
chive all or refit* it, though he gage no opin
ion as to the power cifeinarress tol interforol
Lc State might cease to be republican to form,
when pain:graft canhfitderferei:liatituit; sub=
JeCt was not /11TOWO,In .this noliSidine a L-Let
us protect indtiltri,* gtuirdllrWeirivdri tine
tion, impose _no Inumnialnt ibe io r ot the
anima or *ntauita.Sion' can mcotelcd.
Let capital; al:dire:Mb hear-its: trnithena on
DlsbnikaOptii - ansi transfert tottaramVant
of soar° than diOtili were
xuado by the tetai - iiiy, - 1,114 sigiek.:
special imspatch to the rittstrts4.o Gazette..
rsATT..-11.r..Watheciii - Xvii:m Uio COMMitteo
on JedielarhiepoetedAikatattee Theemzeen
detian, of IhO. act- l'or=theaappotatutent of a
supartntendantotentlo r cid% coon,
ty, and dlepemb , i.with the preterit County
Auditors. - _
Mr. Householder, from the ComMittee
nrporations,introduCed sin*act ineoiporatin .
the Enterprise Insurance CoMPallY. "
itflti fn Pisa. =Mr. Bytlitue, intredueed an
act relative to the Ilttaluirth- Parraers.and
stock and regulating tolls; also, ineoiporatinc
the rittatMrgb Life Insurance and Trust Com
Mr. - Shoemaker; an not incorpeiatlitg, the
Continental Iron and Coal Cotammi.i ,
Mr. M'Conanghy, a supplement to .the 'elec
tion laws enforcing penalties on deserters.
The resoluildas of Mr. Landon Instructing
the senators in Congress to vote for tho bill
granting the right of suirrag,e to colcired men
In tho District of Columbia, FM made the
special order for to-morrow. • •
Isn act to allow the schoOl directors of.Kittan
ning borough to borrow money. Alec; ono to
incorporate the Dollar Saying Fund of Kittan
ning. Also; One to incorPOrate the Kittanning
Water Company. Also, one to datiare:Mahon.
tug creek a public highway.
Bills in Pface—.llr. Sturdevant, an act to al
low the borough of Titusville. to borrow mon
ey; also, ono to legalize tho olectiOrtz of the
borough officers in Pitholo City.
MARRIAGE OF MIII. DOUGLAS.
'oldier,s' National Convention.
PENSIONS FOR PRIVATE SOLDIERS,
Increased Facilities for Smuggling,
PRIZE I ONEY NEARLY READY
Special says Dirs. Stephen d Douglas was
last evening married to Mr. J. Itobet
(T. S. A.,at her residence. in Washington.
The ceremony wasperforated by Tether
Lynch, of the Catholic (Jhurch, in the presence
Of a small and select circle of friends of both
The Soldlelit' and Sailors' National Convert
tion,now in session in Washington, adopted
a petition yesterday.- asking that Congress
raise the pensions of private soldiers to fif
teen dollars. General Butler addressed the
Convention last evening, and Ge nara i B aru ,.
will speak to-morrow Promotion objects of
tho Convention .ore, the of the in
teresta of the disabled legal eurvivotg of the
Tbo TralMe/ Washington special says the .
St . . Lawrence being frozen over . at.rr
quently affording ett;: r
cling, the Commissi
tiered an increase of his formed' revenue otlii
cers stationed on the Canadian frontier. The
Commissioner states t h at many of the °dicers
ore armless soldiers, whonotwithstanding
their disability, make most 'efficient and val
- - - .
Prise money for crows of the 'United `States
steamers James Adger, 'Motion and Dayllirlat,
for the capture of the rebel blockade runner
Cornubla wIU be ready for distranttiork'by the
TreasuriDepartment M a few woks,
From Fortress Monroe.
Fonrnesa MOIFIIOE, Jan.2l.-Idra. C. C. Chly
arrived, this morning, to visit her hus•
The government buildings will be !gad:it:kw.
port News, on the Wth. . . .
The steame; [fattens has salted ibillNew .
PITTSBURGH. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25. is6t;
I CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS.
((Institutional Intendment Diseu::ed,
CILAI:GESEIT OF THE REED3III'S BFREIU
The Admission of Colorado.
FRENCH EXPOSITION BILL.
Ineteame of the Currene)
special Dispatch to the Pit Isburgh Gazette s
Wasmserolr, January at , VW' .
The entire session of the Rouse to-day was
occupied ie &Ramming the constitutional
amendment from the Reconstruction Commit
tee. The opposition thereto gatheia strength
with every hour's debate, and neatly every
ono of the twenty members who have spoken,
boa suggested an amendment or a aubstit ate
its passage by the requlalte two third vote is
not at all probable, and the prosentjudlcations
are that it will ho rceOmuniti fm revistOri r
hir. Stevens will endeavoelpeeure It vote
to-inOrrow, but will findseriOuLoppoSition end
a strong desire for further debath.
To-day's session'Of the Senate was given to
the bill enlarging the powers ofthe Freedmen's
Berea% The section assuring the negroes.
peaceable possession of the sea islands, off ilia ,
coast of South Carolina and Georgia, for threp
years, was finally agreed $o by a vote of 31 yeas
against 11 nays. Tho otbebtnendmente made
in the Judiciary Committee, were also adopted.
.Mr. Davis oirmssi • aborit a dozen amend
ments, all 01 which were voted down. tie has'
the Boor for to-morrow, and will make t two-
hours speech, and the vote on the passage of
the hilt will, by agreement, be taken at three •
The house Ctiromittee On Terrltorlea to con
sidering' a bill for the ailni lesion' of Colorado;
which grants twenty sections of land for the
hullilinfri of the State Capitol, tiny 4 0CUOM4
fur the emetic/a Of f a hitato Penitentiary,
seventy-two sletions for the use and support,
of a State. University; and also grants all the
salt springs thereto to the State,
The Louse Committee on Foreign .ItTairs
will prCstmt to-morrow a bill to provide for
the expenses attending the exhibition of pin
duets of the United Striteii at the French EXpO.
'Mimi to liti.7. It appropriates fifty thousand
dollars for the erection of buildings, and ri.4-
thorlze.s the appointment of one agent at a .
.salary of two thousand dollars, ten commis
sioners at a ..afary of ono thousand dollars,
and font clerks nil salary of foorteenhundred
dollars each. The 'Secretary of the Navy Is
empowered to give the use of One or more yes
aria for transportation purposes. The whole
amount of money appropriated Is one hun
dred thousand dollars.
The Howe Committee no Ronk+ ant !lank
ing nill probabio report against tho proposal
of the Comptroller of Currency to add ono Tann
tired million dollars to the limit of the Nation
al bank eirculatiOn.
The nomination of General McNeil for Got
lootor at St. Louis meets .10.,11 opposition in
the Senate, but will probably be continued
An order mustering Ont of services n umber
of quartermasters of volunteers was promulga
ted today. Among tho number discharged are
Captain John E. Scott, of Indiana, and Captain
Lytle 8. Ittetcalf, of
Letters Lave been resolved here from sever
al prominent merchants of Canada, to watch
they say that If the reciprocity treaty 1.1 not
renewed they will he compelled to starve or
apply for admission into the Ameritmn Union,
and that they prefer the latter. They predict
that trout Congress refuses to crtend the trea
ty, real estate In Canada will decrease fifty
per cent In value In less than two months af
ter Its abrogation,
Hobert I.:Warring. of Charlotte,
for of a paper published there has 152 en tried
try a court martial and convicted oa the charge
or publithing and circulating disloyal:and se.
ditioua writings witada a district under milt
tory law. The Court sentenced him to pay a
fine of three hundred dollars, and it pampa;
• sicd-snedethe the dains„ -, let oeridtprod
for ithautudim Gen: Unger hat' approved Choseutthee.
TLe Chnian Minister here,oxpects to re
ceive Intelligence by the next mail [root the
racide mist that'Pern has Joined ChM iri her
efforts to resist the attempted McroattuileMts
of Spain on thatEeptiblic.
CAPTFEED GU AT WEST POINT.
Trial of General Baker.
ISSUE OF NEW FRACTIONAL CURRENCY.
Irsigincerisr4494s..2l.7The Scents:lof Mat
..kutmeitleated lathe Llama tri.dia r y, in compli.
ante wlthaiesoltitiOn, the tar ph:plane° of
the united States Academy and the Chief En
gineer of the army, relative to marking with
the names of the battle the captured guns. It
appears that there arc upwards of thirty can.
non at West Point, among them some of hist°.
tic value, and not a tow of foreign manufao.
titre, in charge of Capt. Balch, who asked
instructions relative to marking them with
General Delaileld suggests that it Ls not de.
simple to inscribe an yof these gaoled.
.dense of capture us trophies of war, to remain
at an institution where young men from all
parts Of oar united and once happy country
aro to meet and contract friendship. Ile says
it should De our stilly, w i lh . -h it t a b b e i r na l
, I;',L.Tte, - stont: 3 , - > t ireff c o on an stantly bef:re n 7tho sight
of those whose- section of country suf.
fered by the rebellion. Let history tell
the evils rebellion has produced
and lot u.s, through the instrumentality of the
Idilitary Academy review
once in establistd4 national feeibigthrough
the friendslups' that arc sure to flow from a
for yelirs«2boseisguna should be preserved
only ea lilstorlaa gf the artillery arm of the
service„ with the period and place ofmanufac
ture of each, and the caliber anddescription
of the gun inscribed, ondttingoverything con
nected with their capture or use.
Officers appointed by the Freedmen's Bu
reau for taking the census of the colored pop
ulation of thoDlStriet of Columbia have com
pleted the census of Washington Clty, and dad
therein upwards of 2.1,000 Colored persons in
In the Criminal Court to day was commenced
the trial of Gen. Lafayette L. Baker, against
wheal there are three indlctlannts, based on
the complaint of Mr. and Mrs. Josef h It. Cobb,
oon lmnrlwn v m e;Pu t g away from as
four United States Treasury notes of the value
of fifty dollars each. This to the well-known
pardon broker case.
Mrs. Cobb admitted On the stand that she
was engaged in this business, and that she had
procured three pardons previous to the one
which was returned to the Tresidout by Gen.
Baker, and which the latter procured from
It commenced snowing here to-day at anon.
There Is good sleighing to-night.
Dr. Powell starts forliorth Carolina to-mor
row. Ile is charged with various matters con
nected with the Treasuryand Post Odic° De
partmente mut the Freedman's Bureau.
meeting was to-day announced to take
place to-night attho Treasury Department, at
which the Secretary of the Trott/ay, the Com
mittee of Ways and Means and the delegation
from British Pro/laces were to confer In
Con to the extension of thexceiprocity treaty.
It is stntod that .100,1303 of the new issues of
fractional etirrtmey, which are intended to
supersede the old Issue of the small circulating
daily the com.leg week.
The Interest of tho 1-30 bonds, amounting to
e7,3oo,ooo,falling duo on the 13th inst., is being
redeemed by the Treasury Department and
Lill designated depssltorles. Over 5123,000 in
Coupons have already been redeemed.
The Allesea quidllen Praireteee
Yon:, Jan. It —The steamer Meteor Is
still In charge of ,tho United_ States officers.
Ex. Governor Andrew, of M. William M.
Everts and Jos. V Nicholson, hare ' made
strenuous efforts with District Attorney Dlek
bison to base the veinal released, stating that
her Character was the reverse of hostile, as
they-were informed by the owners.
It is believed that the ship has not been
thoroughly searched, and it Is thought that
powder and ban are stowed in some part of
her. A large quantity. of heavy plank was
thend on hoard. it is believed deck used for
construction of a forward sattlelent
to carry a three hundred-pounder, which, an-
cording to the information received by the
District Attorney, she was to take aboard. The
crew - consisted of Iliftpthree mon. . .
Air: Dickenson will probably refer the t.. 630
to the Secretary of State, the • matter being of
nationalimportance. In the event of the so-
Mon of the authorities being sustained, the -
rest sl will ho condemned and told for the bone.
St et - Uncle Sam. ,The national officials here
have no doubt she is intended fore Chilton
liesuru.tat ' Jan. 2,t.—Mrs. Larwell. tette of o
former Confederate General, had proposud to
to the *hate for • a Governors residence,
her line house and grounds opposite the eapt
toj. The price asked is one hundred thousand
Tho execution of !letterman's murderers
hto take place at noon on Friday, near Fort
-itotuttou. All tour will be executed at once.
Workmen are now busily engaged in erecting
XIXIXth CONGIIESS-FIIIST SESSION.
rim r;'row, nuftry °I, I
Mr. Fumy., presented a petition of cluz , 4
of Catered°, nen resident in New York, In
fay , * of the admission of that tarrltory as a
State, but with the premise that the ward
while" shall be :4 ttlekeu from her Coastal,-
Mr. Brown presented a -.miler petition en
. AL Pa r e subje i , rn4i t
l'rntl7 p etition the Brown
Mr. Samuel J. Kirkwood was sworn in as a
Senator front lowa, until the 3.1 of "March, IdOS.
The Judiciary Committee repealed, without
inutruolment, the bill relative. to the Court of
Claims, allowing an appmd to the Supreme
Court within ninety days after its passage
in eortaln eases.
The Karat Committee repotted the bill to
to:Mend the act for the - relief of eeamen, with
"AlnendmentS, one of which guards against
Tyment of costa which have been Contracted
rough negligent want of Will or fraud on
0 part of the officer making the applica
The Judiciary Commute reported It inexpe
dient to repeal the test oath at 'protein. The
'Committee on Judiciary have beeninstruetod
hi quirts what legislation is neoessary for
th htuteetion of tloo loyal citizens of the. Urn
tet fates; whose property was coudscated
try . Confederate government.
'ld TrninbUll, from the COnamittee on the
gel tarn reported wlthOuSbalnlomilment the
HP relat e lo the Court Of Claims. This
11. repeals I e,l4th Section of t ate act of Idarob
ir r iijl WAtltt • OUR an Allifeil to the Supremo
.1 10 1 3 ? I f Iti t y b s e- alle i r t' l l t_: 4U po_rs:a l e tlme s w t i o t th n .
t oned in the sth sera.tort Oft aot of NC3, ex-
Opt in cases In which woolly has been paid
ilto the Treasury. The bill Rees as the open
lii of the term, the first Monday In llecember.
MTV limn, of Massachusetts, Offered a joint
, anon proposing as an atnendment to the
nstfttitiott of the United States aprevision
that no payment shall ever ben:lade by the
United States, or any State, for or tin account
of the emancipation of any slave or !dares, or
for or on amount of any debt contracted or
thenrrist In old of the rebellion.
- Referred in the Jutllclary Como:Trace.
Mr. po r t e dm the Committee on the
judielaryyron a resolrition of the North
Cilrolnia Legislature, asking that the test oath
be repealed, a resolution that it would be in
eXpedient to repeal the test oath at this time.
' , ..l 3 fmColtriesS, Of California, Complained that
In the reports of the Associated Press, bills
aid ether Matters of ~z 7 importance to Cal-
Borzois. had been studbooks omitted. Ile had
molly entered a bill r the construction
o a railroad 11l caltrorata, also a bill of gener
ainterest to the people of San Francisco.
... ether hadbeen mentioned.
Mr. Dixon, Of Connecticut, offered n resol u
-nen Width wasagreed to, instructing the
Citimmitteo On Judiciary to require what feels
} i= is necessary for the proteetton of loyal
ellirensof the United State, whose prerty,
MI or personal, has been confiscated b opy , the
116-galled Confederate government, and for
kilo restoration of such property to the loyal
oar rem thereof, and „report, by bill or other
- "rho morning hour liar Inge. spired, the Chair
flirtouncetl the bill for the enlargement of the
r - Vesitnett's Bureau.
Mr. McDougall, of took the noon'l4 opposition to the bill. Ito Californ ia, hied the right
trl Congress to pass any lush measure. /
ltir. Davis, of Kentucky moved to strike ant
the section of the hill which, es amended, eta.
Anne titles given by Gen. Sherman' to se,
island land for three years.
The Senate refused to strike nub ile section.
The quest Imo was taken on the antemitute for
the whole bill offered by Mr. Mittougall and
mentioned heretofore. Negatived--eas, s ;
At half-past four Mr. Davie rose to speak on
the general merits of the 1101.
Mr. rienderson Moved to adjourn.
Mr. Anthony, of Rhode Island. tatillicsted
that the Senate adjourn, with an understand
pi7, that a rote be taken on the bilrto-tnorrow.
rue cr eation of adjournment was decided
yens I nays i 11...
Mr. I yh was proceeding , with his remark.s,
Ste. fiendricki a - neatened that there could be
no oppositioryto adjournment, with un under
derstantllna-Ahat a vote would be token to
morrow atA o'clock.
Sir. Tnphbull said he would not object, pro.
lz was the UnUentaral leg.
Vi al= adjourned.
The Ileum resumed the consideration of the
prop -stet amendment to the Constitution.
Me. Lawrence, of Ohio, moved to recommit
the tresintion with Instructions to repine that
(*tot taxes shall be apportioned according to
r e.M.l 7 lrltW lre lre s t i o e ta n it wVe ettil
n be cite,
eene of Ur United States. Ile advocated his
9 7.13 i lle i lls . .barger supported Mr. Lavirenmes
amendment and apposed the resolution of
too Committee on Reconstruction, saying that
it lee States power to exclude ail races.
Mears. Cliee and Pike, severally opposed
the resolution reported from the Ca liter
_on Ilecoustruetiore The Rouse then resumed
theconsideration of the Joint Itesolutien Pro
, poling am amendment to the emistitution.
..err. Lawrence. of Ohio, moved to reeemmil,
- eblervsellitlolf to the teinimittee Meow
atreettcre, .with Instrnetlons, to report an
amendment to the Constitution of the United
fitated,whieb shall nratapportiondireM taros
among the ritatee Wording to the property
In mace, and which shall, seoendly, apoortion
- representation among tbeStates on the basis
of the number of adults, new voter}, who
shall beeititens of the United States.
Mr. temente explained his, position saying
that the present mode of - apportioning the
present Ghee* taxes and vepresentatlen was
unitise andalthonghtlieteenit of cotnpeemise,
It was small principle and In Its prnetheat I
Zweite. My atatindmeeettheywcrodttmaka
tbeenterir itt tantilkateepetelselyequal. It
wee not porposed to eritholdimffrage frorn any
clam of people. The amendmentdictriot
Sign to Interfere with tee right of any Stab:lt°
Say who who shall not be voteta, Me
wlebcd ono veler • In. ; South Carolina,- to
count ns one . voter In Ohl* for the
purpose of representittlen. Tho torte
nal, basis Of :Mew... , ntattell Of . 'throe'
fifths of the slaves oftbe South /wring Ceased,
thC medo Itself should now pan away. . Pince
netextes cm labor. but on preperty,
was thetrne lanais Of f.'s% "i.
Shehlabargcr, MOM°, opposed therm.
lution, because oemtemphstes, provides, and,
In effect, authorizes the .Staitr tonholly dis.
(muddle an entire race of people, and that,
too, whether that morn be White or black,
Saxon, Celtic or Cancasalan, and without re.
Rare to their namber or proportion to the co-
Uropepniatlon of the States. -
Mr. Realm said that the basis of scpresenta
tine having been la effect. stricken out by Abe
antlelavery constitutional" amendinene, the
question was, whether the Motive should; rocs.
Dtt Shellabareer farther opposed the ; reso
lution and supported the amendment of Mr.
Mr. Elliott, of Massachusetts, armed an
- amendment to Mr. Lawreneres Instructions,
namely: that representatives mad direct 4.lses
shall be apportioned among lbe Leveret States ,
which may to included within the Union, ac
cording to their respeetive numbers, counting
the whole number of persons Inmob
State, and excluding Indians not taxed
and the elective ('incise &hall not he de
nied or abridged In any Stitt on account of
rare or color. e he not ive
mot utte repoLirt ed eald coul
jrom thed tr
Recenetreetion his aupport, because It aert.
ed implication that a State has a rig ht to
anfranchise a Large mess o resolutionns.
Another objection to the wee that
Reelable.] a State, by maidng the right to rote
depend on a property muilideation, to exclude
• Urge • mass of men of both races, and a
state might legislate in such a way. us to con.
vcrt itself from a republic Into a monarchy.
Dlr. eelienek moved the following amend
ment to Mr. Lawrence's Instructions
thebe apportioned among
the several States which may be Menefee
within this Union, according to the unmoor of
male citizens over twentyone years of age
havin n u me r ouslificatio for the
most branch of the State Legisla
after' the at their neat .
shoe after' the ratification of this maned
meet by the required number of States,
shall provide by law for the actual enumera
tion of such voters, and euch netted rummers,
tion'ehall be separately made in agenered con
vention of the population of all the States
within every subsequent term rie
. 7 . ft r=
in stet manner as
The. neMber of reprtmentativea stre w not ex
ceed* one for every hundred thousand of the
population, but each elute hams at least' one
Sir Pike, of Maine, opposed the resolution.
Kelly, of Penn., sold that on the 10th of
Jannary lie took occazion to point ont a alight
error in the esszertitutinnal Law Into wtdcb the
Yresldelit teemed to have fallen.' The eirtnci
plo Which he had asserted at teat lime,
been' controverted by the gentleman trete
lowteldr. Musson, he Mr. Kelley bow procee
ded to establish it.
Reread from the debates on the adoption of
the Constitution, Mr. Madsen .stlying "alio
nocessityof a General Government supposes
that' the 'State Legislatures will some.
Owe tailor refuse to emurult the common In
terest otthe expense of their social convent
once or.preino k „. e
onc e: continuing, laid the view of the
question was to deckle that the Legislatures ol
the States ought, not haver the -taimmtrolled
Tighe of regulating the times, places end man
ner of holding elections, These wore words of
ores, latitude. Should all vote for all the Ile
iinssentativee, or all In the district vote fOr a
member allotted to the district? • Thelon=
many other points would depend on the Legis
laturesnmea and t
might materially effect them.
Mr.; Kelley farther quoted from the debates
on the adoption of the Constitution, to sus
tain his views.
Mel Bromwell, of Denote, mid that the reso
lution reported by the Couintittee,allowal its
object to be defeated by leaving a Coot open
to a property or other. qualification, so teat
the man, whom the ataimdMentlaaa - designed
ybo e appprttoen
Thiymentatien among the different States In
'the same proportion. of the whole: number of
teelehabltents of each State, excluding' /a
dieus net taxed, as the number of Male voters
quail/led to vote for representieives of the
I,gislatare, will ailo. lie preferred Ithat all
thenteendmenta should be reported, In order
teat the Might all come up Leather for ais
Mr. Cook, of Illinois, was convinced that the
remit:Mon reported from the Connittco. oh
Reconetruction was the only one which should
be hired In the Constitution.
Mr,mediae, of Ilene* in the. course Of a
few remarks, said Math° saw such buileatiens
after he election of Mr. Lincoln, alto satisfy
Diemind that the dominant powerdoeired Mr
ii war for. the PurDelis of oeginalngg a reyo-
Inman in our system. If any amendments to
the Constitution of the United States were no
° , this was not the time to make them
' Mr. of Ohio, adverted to the views
fortuCrly eerie:9od by Zeta 1p rclaucm: to
shivery. and thanked hind that ho with onto,
N . Mb now standing here In order to dencruane
hat provision Rbottld be
south, b y their effortn
al secession had produced.
Ile showed the magnitude of the evil of Mi.
,Lonal r, presentation, anti, in reply to Mr. HAN
shall, said If the Republican party WM, revolu
tionary, It way In the direction of freedom and
equality, and it did not become a gentleman
Improperly calling laimacif a Democrat, to ob.
Jest to thin objeet. They had no sympatllY with
those mLsernble wretebee of the South, who
making the...lves tyrants, deprived a largt;
portion of the people
out their rights. Now that
CO Opportunity an:, offered to remedy tile evil
those who °pile., could do RO only on the
ground that It would solve the difficulty end
remove the negro from ane of politics,
and sO their Occupationwould be g
Mr. Schenck then explained at length the
amendment which .he had •minitted The
House then, without taking up the question,
COUNTERFEIT COUPONS . DISCOVERED
Claims of John 'Minor Botts
THE FOREIGN LOAN BILL
NER YORR, Jan. 2.4.—The Tribune's Washing
ton special nark: The Treasury Department
have discovered are emieterfelt interest con
pons, which had been paid and returned hero
within a couple of days.
The authorities and evidences are being bun
ted up with all vigilance preparatory to pet
ting the pirate Semmes upon ale trial.
The Maims of lion, John Minor Botts, for
wood appropriated by our troops , la the win , :
ter of IM3, will probably not be paid by the
Government, owing to an order issued by the
quartermaster General, lb 1884 requiring tluit
all applicants for daanages rmstainerl from oar
armies, must be denizens of a State not in
The claims of Mr. Botts amount to
614 oof which stun he has already, rbeenpaid
by the Quartermaater of the Federal
Lewronre Oliphant, whose name appears In
the lint ot English subsribors 16 the Confederw
at, loan, writes from Claclntiati to the New
York liaraki that his name. had been inserted
In that list without his krithwiudge or consent,
and that he has never .held a bond or had
anything whatever to d ife, either directly or in
directly, with the los t!
Te ammereiare Washington special says:
The Committee iserWays and Means are dirt
des! upon Mr.
bably MI:WAIN bill. repor The foreign loan
clause w pro be ted unfavorabl.
It Is considered that the bin Is virtually !los t,
and the Mouse is not - likely to resters the re.
jeeted one. Its withdrawal on appeal to Con.
area will, be necessary, as re
lies upon the success of the forelps lotto to
carry out the main features of his project (Cr
the resesmption of appalls payments.
A sprcial dispatch datedyliashington, to the
New York sale : The ILecienetrdetion
trzir m nl t is 'e eina o f
stitngries ' l v a ' tri a gidmc eed to nt r L i grin i g n
,4•ongress to reinstate the elective franchise
Ulan the htn.tes.
LATEST FROM MEXICO
Reception of Juarez at El Paso
DESIGNS OF THE REPUBLICANS
Ntsr Vona, Jan. eA.—A latter from El Peso,
dated Decembergives en account of the
cirri sal and the enthusiastic reception there
of Juarez. A procession of military met
him some distance from the town, alai on his
entry he was greeted by the ringing of bells,
roar Of artilery, cheer. of the populace and.
all manner of exkuberard demonstration.
Mexican (Mize= of =I classes were rejoiced
at the appointment by President Johnson, of
General Logan an United Staten Minister to
senor De Teneda,Juareca'Secretnry of State,
Weed at El Paso, on the 18th of December,
the day alter the last arrival of the President
and his Cabinet at that town from Chihnatan,
a circular to the State Governors officially an
non:ming the reestablishment at the former
place of the Mexican National Government.
Nfltwitbstaading this and the numerous other
vicissitudes which have befallen the Govern
ment, Senor Tenada =tares the Mexican peo;
pie that the deep determiruntion of the
patriotic and persevering Mexican chief
and his faithful asnistants to oast the
Imperial establishment Is unaimted, and that
their hopes in the early triumph greatly
strengthened passing events- News has been
received In this city that the French mail
steamer left Matamoros for Vera Cruz on the
ati, Inst. with a dinpateh from Gen. Mel
el ring his vernier, of the capture of Bagdad
I,y United States negro troops. It-was not
known whether ho was destined for Vela Cruz
Dispatches from Rashirolton says the Even
tog Naor. annmancea that Gen. Crawford will
not be tolerated t 7 ourauthoritlas in carrying
on his raiding schemes from the United States
soil into hteo. .
.A letter rHan Don/Inge says Gen. Itsel
sus Inaugurated on the bit.lllast., a ressldent
for the neat four years.
Prow Claslonatt—On from tbeCamber
laaad- 4 %row Clay liniltb-aaltrodids
IlisliTorx, 24.—The Rerald has the fel
.outn a apeetal dispatch, dated Cinctrauslt,Jau
nary =d: Todasroconsigninentor three hun
dred bat-masa crude CU arrived from Creels
bora, on the Cumberland river, anew Decree
Alveoli:4ton waaintroduced in the Kentucky
Leglalaturo, to-da_ 7, requestingitir:Greark they
801 -llb, to resign his Placa ln. United States
s. The miaow for this more melds.
rWeakepubsiesss flan and thoasatremo meas
ure* Do has advocated In platting down the
Democratic and conservative parties at the
Presidential sad other elections.
_Nearly all the white troops, have been with
drawn from Nentuoky, which is now gam:sari
at hy natives.
Forty•ons flowing wells aro 'now hi operation
na rICI II3II ntY. 'Keatuciff x r
On Monday the drat tr in a number. of
WWI, ran through ,to :Brownsville on the
Mennsids and Ohio railroad, the brie over
the lialchlariver - bang completed .- Daring
the present week trains , will =ate Ilemboldf,
a distance of eighty miles frail Memphis.
ilishop Morris, of the Methodist Episcopal
is lying dangerously 11l at Xenia.
Ohba, of • • - • -
Tar,lff on IroVred glgartsioittear. of
hew t Meeting was held gar outhers, of this city anviclaity, was held
in Turners llall,last evening, for the purpose
of considering the inefficiency of•the present
tariff on imported cigars, and' the burdens of
taxation on the domestic article. The form of
oarigni4tOti to o
forth that i G ho lagressi was
in de trade of 'l ater =run, am ina n i a rig.s 4 l
are depr.ved of the means cd livelihood by
mum of the 'Perused vain given to domes.
tic cigars by the cost of material and the In
tarsi revenue tax, which enables Importers of
cigars to undersell the manufacturers of a
good quality of cigars, and requesting CCM
greo to take proper actton. in the matter,
either by the reduction of tax' Upon domestie
cigars, or an Increase of duty upon Imparted
Troia Illetimond—Order again"' ninnies.
men. of Vagrant Lows—Blll Allowhir
Certain Blights to Freedmen.
liteenown, Va., Jan. 24.--General Terry hay
isnied a General Order prohibiting any civil
officer , or other person, from .attempting to
apply the previsicom of "the vagrant act, re
cently passed by the Legislature, to any colon
ored person In the Department of Virginia.
Ile says the ultimate result of the statute will
be to reduce the freedmen to a condition of
servitude worse than that Irons wllloti they
hava been emancipated.
The Senate ordered to a third reading -to
day 'the bill giving negroes eluirged with
criminal offenses, the privilege of trial by
jury, and malstriz theta CP liable . tOputdahttlent
maiZe persons for similar offenses. The
same act mums them to give' evidence viva
yore, in civil courts, but, until MS, they will
not be allowed to testify in eases the portico
to which are whites.
Cold Weather on ` h e Platita—Wen Fro
HATS/La CrrT,•(Mo.,) Jan. U.—Arrivals by the
Santa Fe coach report continued severe weath
er 031 the Plains. Three snow -bound trains .
between Fort Union and Cameron /infrared a
heavy loss of stock. Three other Government
trains Of Over three hundred bead of stock
were snowed in between .arkartms river and
Fort Union, over half of,which perished. The
anow.was from one to feet deep, wile n
crust to Arkansas ilTer. Nine men were badly
frozen, and manyloettheir feet: All whohnve •
been exposed to the weather sudered more or
less. Two Inches of snow fell here yeSterday
and the river is reported blooked again below.
Suspension of tho
Nay YOWL . , Jan. ti.--The snapping= of blai.
Dees I?y th e Golttathith adarineLtasurance Com
pany orcatplAmmensa excitement in eomenor.
cial circles. The cote.. •re buildings were
tbronged,yesterday, by • stockholdcm,m,m•
of-whom , on ascertaining tho calm.% of the al
leged hidure,propasedlo stand tin oSseastruntt
of flay per cent. in order that baldness might
be resumed by the directors. A meeting of the
latter will MU place SO-day, at which it, is ex
pected that some satisfactory - arrangement
may be entered into. The exact amount of
liabilities ts not yet ascertained, but they will
macha very high figure.
The Shenandoah—Naval Hoard.
New Yon:, January 14.—The Pengicpi terror;
pendent from CommodoreGoldaborough
it to suppome pay that the rebel privateer SLenaa..
doah ehrtlybo expected ftorcLUyerol
at Mr. Adams o, request. The ,Conimodore
the ably tlantic. . detailaenuill crew to bringheracross
A Board composedof nll thP Madras In the
naval service, convened yostetday, morning In
the Nn Department, but the pniposo of the
convocation remains unknown,
Receipts of Cotton in the East.
Sirw Yong, January tll.—The
rcrtior says: For the past sixteen weeks, tho
receipts of cotton at ibis city by.rellroad have
averaged two thousand els hundred and
eighty-ono bales; or at the rate or fourteen
thousand baleS jper annum, large amounts
have gone by rail direct to Pennsylvania and
New England, making the total weekly deliv
ery by nil ■t the teat probably thirty-llre .
E THREE CEM's
N %FR. 11/..K —On Tovs.la. 111 , rn.oz. at pa.
n' loci. Mr. I 't ) NRAD.KA};RI'IIFR.acedaI ye
nu funeral nill bake!plate on Tnr-400...v up
100. at 10 Clock, from IW lat. reiddenen. No.
Penna. avenue. Tbe friend. of W. family
. speetfully nrvited to attend. 2t
ISM most plcturesque plttee,tt Sept Inn re. h
nue on tbtlaaan,liamedittm norm of Allen . eny
City, on Ma. "ew Brighton Rood.PCl , oll4 Irfslartn
to oeloct B Lata - trill appro . Ma Stporttitnool
eat', otter, at the Cemetery. Title Donato, PorTrat"
and WI other byttintens totlf be attended tot Druz
Warettonne of the unllnflitrontl. coiner of Sed er
owl Liumeek street., Alltattma7.
"GEE, A. RELLY,_
tmentorr and 'posture,
WANTS : 1
V bustaels partner la
a profitable extabllabedmamfactorlosbualur,
tpultc_4l2.oatoghpaa. A.thlreps, for Luse, d a r es , nox
ro.i 011iee, .411egbeny Cafiluty,
m t rzo BANKERa -
FOLRTII NATIONAL BANK,
U. S. .Government Depository,
55 MARKET STIIEET,
• 'CAPITAL PAM IS •
WITUYILIVII,;OE To INCII.L.T. T 0......,
Raving extertrire corredpondettec Witt 'Oinks .4
112444 rs throagbOut couotry, we otrer unnsusl
far.Ultles to those doing tinetnear with or.
7 8-31.0 M\Tc•tessi,
And all ether OcerernMent secnrittee, ntrnllhed le
,onr to roll perchnsero. , Depoitts received and io•
tercet allowed by special agreement.
9 DO:. SIALN E T E IT. KENG
Q M 3rA . 8311T11 : N. J. /IVY
JAW'S Si. ItAILEX, I.oMyrirtai.Vaifenr.
TJ.10'3f3.9 ONNELLY, Preeldent.
MTILER WAIID,CasIder• selddyngetorY
N. OM & SONS,
3E1ei , 3333.era,
No. 57 MARKET S'I 4 ,IEET, Pittsburgh
ilep olt. rrectred In Par:Fund+ and Currency,
lleria made on all the principal Wins of the
lll:dead States and Caeed.i.
STOCKS, BONDS AND OTHER SECURITIES
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Partimdar attention pain to the purchase and
UNITED STATES SECURITIES,
United State, Slres °IUD;
Do. do &9s.
Do. Fires of IQ-40s:
Dr, Certificates of Ineteltsdioe
DreerP and Vonchers bought oreolleeted. fart:
SAVEVOS BANK, No. 49
Open doily from 9to :o'clock. also ens Wednesday
.4 saturdnY evening., frren May Ist to November
let. from 7 to a o'clock. and from November Ist to
May tat, from to
Deposits received of all sums of not less than One
Dollar, nod a dividend of the profits declared twice
lkeir• In Jane "%tir
the laic was organise% at the rate of el: per cent.
tenet, If not drawn oaf, is plated to the credit
oI the depositor as principal - , and beam the same in
terest from the - tint slays Of John and December,
compounding Wee a year without troubling this de
positor to call, or even to present his pass book. At
tills rats money will double /bless than twelve years.
Boolarcontaloing the Charter. By-1.,:0r5, Rules and
Regulations, furnished gratis; on opiate:Mut at the
31111 Lam J. Anderagn.
Join,' 0. liactofen,'
Herd. L. Fahnastock,
Isaac M. Pennock.
Jona 11. Shoenberger,
TrS Henry J. Lynch.•
James B. D. Needs
fb* 8. - Blasulien,
atm Orr; -
Int. ral E— E lt ni nggs la .
Win.. P. I'Veyman.
Jobn C. Dinelm - ,
Chitalea .!... Cotton.
raa. Douglas, _
John ramr; le.
IVlillara A. Balsa.
Peter If. Hunter,
James D. Kour i
ta T V " ,...-T u T—,7A.t. LV.
EXCILLNGE -RATIONAL BAR
'Chartered by Sante of ream's. • • 1836.
anaged anger Madonna law. • - / SS&
Capital, • • - - •• • • VAMP"
Thts Dank has been degameted a 1
iZietr 1 4.: 01 91t 4 031 . 30 -
TIIE UNITED wfiTIIS TREASURY.
and appointed street for the
Sale of the 7-30 Loan.
•L`rtry tau t 7 shred OSAMU:me et. parties
PEOPLES' NATIONAL PANE,
Carr Pup vr it.thlloXl6
. Wrrn Panru.son or
Banktne hone CORNER 7ERST AND WOOD
13TREETS. • _.„
This Bank, organised under the National Easking
System, la now prepared to transact business at Ile
Banking House, crn orirood and rst street*.
Collertlons made o on er
all emulsible Fi pobsta o the
moat favorable terror. tipectal Agents for JAY
COONS for the sale of the
U. S. SEVEN•THIRTY TREASURY NOTES
F. Go.os le BMA. President.
.14).1)d J. C. Idertl=3oN.
AWES T. BRADY of.
(SUCCESSORS TO S. JONES Q C 0.,)
Xliceasli.panes tlt, Mircas.ores,
COB. FODWIII AND WOOD MD.,
qp4 , r4 - w_oll, cLOTHEI. &o,, Me CALLVII'S CARPET
.4"0. 87 Fourth Street
Mosaic and Abrminster - Rug;
Eibroldered Plsrio tovers t
to And every desertptlan Of Carpets.
R=ll7olloll IN MICE OF
ryratol7 tOtokirkliour Annual Inventory, ate
Mll C TlPArlrb r nMi n Ajalail s , 1 4 ,
our tholso and altanstra *tote of • • '
Cerpffe, loos Oft Oaths, Wriador 1321241.6,
Donsk, epand late Curtains, C•or4.. •
14.aacis Loops nut Bands. .
Zeal:dingo= onitoiners Co' make 1101.174.1 - 11 M.
TO of 'persaanont Tatao at *very moderato ov,.
louse. _ .111atifiLLA.ND &COLLINO
nal* fine lama.
• . Font lionao antes rert Mace. ,
nteue.an 'lowa . •
Mraeilipirtioaterrjelh - - •
coma Booms. iateaseester Idner3r eiaid o ,.
r.Arner of analleid and Ohattlereatalleta.
AZ- Orden trots Allegheny
Promptly attended so. , 44.1ou—ire
I := 32 . 3lO EUTVL=Erre„
No. NI Fourthrlttabibeub..: a. COM:NS of
all Mods. eItAP/040LOVItnlusa
Furnianl as Goods Illssuu,uL N.coma
or F olghtLllMinaatrol Coaftoulsban
W. Jacobus. Xl.lh=l'Arg anlagf t . 1 . 0.1 Nev. M.
raq., Jaeob U
• - ALIA '',
TlEnt MEEKLY WitETTE.
T*o EIRTFONS AlitgrtErrim.
on. an ITednadem ami e.. other OM Scev..-42y.
The edition Is forsrarded 'Mil reach Ma aalle ,
prrihera soonent as the mall
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roantaterts; lines of ulna - eift.,
Rose Pipe. Couplings: 13.4 Nutnz i grc h
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