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Atrwtonli Drug Store; litth ;Area.
. Of . 15 /30_Ratiaaa, *Moth itt Shellaby & Barclay',
1s : 11 1/ 1 1 1 Uttii , ftoods
a ttling Ualtbiln Mit, at
Luse et Co's,
ttElredertt Brevet, Atleghear
Atut the flow quilltlist - of Sittryor's Batton ,
Soap appeiied to balhoitiiiitentl tows of coo.
Cavarikisaid clostrit oat regaill
lam of coat at BluellabiL-Bitoliy,s.
c gttnAtisiwkr,ls3l,4lostoft an
. d , atuftluq
and Eleseled Multi:l,44ll kinds, at
lectetaaelylow Iteleeallitll 'early and get a bar.
RzW at • . Drzeit.ae,.Luicia.
103 relied Striet,lAllegbour
Vieterfinir r ., eider. V i r g sal ' es lin. by . Charles
s~Dorof Penn gild Bt.
'Ptece Didataito„: Cu/imams; Colin:rim
sad *NV Una* 'Barred oad Etzlied Goods,
814 4*diii4:ler• - Dimixar;LaindiA'Co , s.,
ilB3todend o treat; Allegheny.
ArdWideiiimalieg as Cent..
Staithig'2so.: extra , AusliViszet wide
d 3 cligsl:l VW' tan aollmed prints, lake., all
the Tory ben 'l..7:tea:Si...at Darkened Co., 69
2/ bait idiot.
Xeuttal ealphlte or Lime,
rOtpreariftii We. "raises by Charles an
APC,Piarrpiet.',OCeerfp.:of Perm and S. Glair
New and destrahloloods, stated for the sea
son.- Atood assortment at lower prices thin
yea iej. dna Cheri 'elsewhere, at either whole.
sale or retail. On the northeast corner of
Fourth and Market streets,
Of Sudimer Dram Goods, left over froth taltt
scum, which WC will sell without regard to
cost, to close them out before getting on Other .
goods. Remember, we' re now on the north ,
east corner of Fourth and Tdarket streets.
C. Ifaxsoa.Lov& & Bno.
- Great tleartnioat Male
fit.tadles, ?dimes. and Children's Furs, in Se
hie Titr.b, Squirrel, 21atural_tdink, dc.
tht:entlre rock marked dOwnta leis than cost aF .
- : 136 Fhdiu;ll,Street, Allegheny.:
• Of Spring and Summer Dress Goods, and will
OW, Octet:miming thts day some $50,000 worth
et iires9 Goods, embracing almolt etwrYthLog
:totted. for the cooling aeaaon at anetrprices
as will command their immediate sale at Dar.
karts, is Co.. Sfitilarket street.
Slaufffiter of the ow BialLogok
The show bullock recent's- raffled for at the
prloo,offitOl, wlll b slangistered by the under-
Edgned and the ,tneat 'iiithrid- for tiale hie
stall in the Diamond, Market, No. 114, on Frt.
day availing. and morning npxt
tab. '.ad and Nth. Tins bullock weighs 3,000
pohnds, and is the , largest and fattest animal
afrar slaughtered for tide Market:
Ho usefurillablog My Boothe
~ . ...eosopletostiacit or bleached And mibleseig
edAbeetings and.rillowCottcam; bleached one_
half, bleached andbroam Table Linen, Towels,
Crash, Napkins, Jioney Comb Marseilles and
Fancy gnats, Table cloths, Table covers, Fur
niture Cheeks, Tieldrip, Batting, de., just
,opened at Shell:My it.Barcbtri, will be twee at
.. on eastern prices. Mews
iideems a call. Berm:Giber we are Wit In the
°dahlia 'Bee Itivit stand, 74 and.. 70 Market
Semi Closing Out Sate
A rareelance SA etrerod at the extensive and
popular, Etat, Cap and Pnr House of
W . Fleming , 2.(0.'190 Woes - ISt., where and can
I et Ladies , Pura at a areal reduction, in order
to close - out our Immenee_stock. Our not*
cti 3 inista Ann .of . toil ISOM Of Hudson Bay
_511,1k Sable, german Fitch, Siberian
Squirrel,Waterlitbrie, Olt anditrown Sables,
Ladles , Fur Hoods; Ladlee'Sitating Capa„Gents.
Fine Silk Caps and HILO; 'and. theY latest
styles of Men. and Boys , Prenchand*elt Hats.
The atevementleMedgoods can belied at Wm.
Zlernimpa, 1K Wood stmt-Sign. at the
dargeOolden Hat. -
\ • Glen Nature a LIM
racige expect too touch of Nat bre.: They
tnda l .with their health and their codstlttatilly
raw liken they are surprised tbatlbeirhat sick.'
The inesanra of constant mental or bodily
labor nploo the animal 'powers is tremendous.
—Very few systems and eonatitntlona..ean bear
ahabast Ws pressure' unassisted. Add to
able the unhealthy Influences ablettinrk mi
llets' in theisr Wit breathe, the water drink,
x. artificial beat a with which; we endeavpr to
bane pricy. OM . ' and ' wirioltatiaitilling
I,ollilaricir -*Baer; *pa _Waco:Ad ;menthe re.
• fel:, re;a4iloat: enpertniniii 'vigor to : keep:in
'..parteoilterathat thiestairotev seam! without
*thehbisleit energies. " .
Bat bow reinforce theta T:Certainly not with
Oiattl*ed' . 10 4 1 # 111 niste. Thera 13 no Want
do the outer airier In the atioosphere of for.
MieiSheeted ;tams, or workehops;
- lisßerosetoot as thosS deadly.burattig
thennallen , • ,
- • EWSTSTI*a ISON.ACK EITTZte,
sk.iniiiiretlible =do mettaout .are
*Ape Obtainable.: Nothitig .bas ever beum-of
zetiktto the'fie?le 'dad debtlitatea_so traini-
Wenatiare,ao p Warti4 Ilivignis
11ngidroctic4this caltibrate, .
Yiijug' # 7,.liity2;liati. the navy, beW settle
ILK crowded attics, try bid and
,titidgiiieti*AdPecii. : lt.4 used 45.:
11[0111FIIIrli . „11.1D 11/112071.. /UTZ' 1111:4111111%
thitipaOst err et tinita..
am Market meat; career or Ilia Inalmoad
It'ad Fourth ptceet.' •
fi,Fait: Wins r Geode.
„It is trial. great, pleasure Wire:all. thcatten
-1,26 of our, readies to the enbperb stock °flan
:and Wluter Ooods Just revived by Yr. John
Winer, Merchant ail r, Fo. 126 Tederal street,
411 . 1 Theal. stook Amtiraies , sonte• et- the
hibst haOutfol Cloths, Cassimaree, Overcoat.
• Orought to the western
ditarge‘-lits iesortuenit of ruzidableg Goode,
dote Shlits,Oranele, COUII.I9NOkI/#4
de., cannot he strinesSed test
etr west. 1 goo stook of ready mad iPsinte,
iOcess, nests - and Overcoats, will also be Moe,'
• In his eatebllatunent. Personsln want of
thing to the ctotLingiiae• should not AU' to
-give Mr. W,eler a call,
Thomas W. Pao* it. OM. .
I.4ittual elate Hoofers, and Dealers Amarl
e7an Sista of colors. Oats E. Megan.
4ar Laustatn% near thei Water - Wort
taratiMe. '.ltealThlanee, Yo. iB Ma street. Or.
etars Praelltrar attended ta.. Allteark Inkster&
ed water proof; Sepairtug dame at tem short;
Ant maim No charge torrepain,pravideel th•
soot is not stalked *Oar It la pat ore.
and • IhLbiaii.
Whits tme tz czniming from out of . Mae of
catty, a breath ingoy slot frOimamby
the 'Blest. -,Who Can 'ASIA
gc, reanotttbein, to Pettestnete them, to make
ttettotend a Motet of petals sod, had', and
story aigb s dmin of frog:once, MI pm' Dave
indrOslilsdlmdstOmm - theKmitelawym
*Ole Cooductlad, ilogrant docodont,
turpcarger atretweeet OM.
Muni* " ee •
. .Tesolxi the 10nY.4 Imre ro•oiel00 0 slum
*creel sorts of adthmit the. 4 uOilMmtAr th u4
at thecae state% virrta Alley. between exelth•
tahlatfteetteitehern , LINZ_ Ordolleolletted
, wait,Utl r Otiart•
anon streftrrykr; caul
how. Thmegts; maw of Pena and et. Casty
-2 " l "'.k J tOb l / 4 1,. • '
A Sm•u Lot
Nzw Font, Feb. latest Mexican
news by thestecuner, Moro Castle, states that
the two Wodsible editors of the Nrretin
newspaper, published at Orizaba, bad becalm
littloiled for alleged infringement of the impe
rial preSlithrwiliand the Tirdprietorn or. threk
other newspapers had been testified by govern
inent OfitOCIII, that their Journals would be sus
pended.weless ;they changed their tone...
- .ll.'nutaber of - republican offieers who surren
dered at Papantls,•had arrlited at Vera Ortiz.
General Pieras;-Imperialist, had been sp.
pointed to the command of the State of Sino-
The riilltiiad in Conine . 'hi - Cohstthetion
between Puebla and lifealeckelty, will , U Is exl
pouted, be "coMptsted by_liftY next.
... .... ....__ ____ ~________ _
, -- zrotiiritaiSacialtiiTionl i.1474eVi1l
lie pictured vividly the opening scenes of ii - uires nOW unrepresented in COnirrelS Of thil ,
the rebellion in Marylano, revealing the do. loyal men - who - worts - fel - ehesbed. - ello4ollier
ceased as the central figure and mesterwpfrit , take. the heti:eV uturiatlota sli
among the staunch opponents of secession on I eattelrules by renti etinfiZAin theAt
the stamp , In the cohorms of newspapers , and I teener end MT M ler/net ,thlte ,
in emery other field of loyal action ; constant, ' Mee 1,0 ittlidh: he wee el ,ot •Agana'
untiring and determined• almost übiquitous , Johnson, a hearty" . ednimendfition of
In his activity and never ' desponding in I.l i i k i I eral doctrine* Of bletwodiessages we ft TOW,
darkest hoisisieheering Ida friends and , Ines& to support blm cm ..*llecnualtsitioug
seceding itieeneMibs, ieho,mbille Onntink him mesitures for nut public welfare.
were . yet charased by bbLatarvelitatettugne. The resolutions are to the mime effect anti
lie Illustrated the tkingrestrioned career of i iti addition` riW n the ann_ ; Of Benabie
the deceased, enditts emit far Unionism, and I Morgan and Mimes itessionst and.
antagonism to slavery, with gems train ha i Darlbogin sag
a pa Preidderda vein- -'.I •
speeches, the recital of which drew tears from Mr. Savant maid, a fees nearcmot arum; t.
rukop,;ge c t i r, among :,, r, vr „tr .. ...
of I z o lti ,n y=4 , l steak of or *Watt Thai
1 ItitheoWee...__ atheth_,_
_ l elocti4Dof
rith i o scow. portro th oor_s ooor br o r rh . r e e n nnylvanirs, moved that a vote of thanks he ant let me I.IIV =Wit mire CO ess.re to i
dered to tne orator, with the request of a I toil yOuthattheatistion Isla. Peril terdaegerf,
+ • - • •-... Lieuri l n i n l l taarersi i lr " - ' ropy of the maim,. for printing, which was Inperii If yOdadoptithestropinionst ill pffllarl
tfALto,..s, Feb. 21.-Patilament met to. day unnulthOutiv tarried. • - yen reject th e te ithrienlAfTats__lszlo_fathellt 1
mem-Governor Williams. made a speech, in , yno benediction sus then given and the as a party or real MajeritY ..... , 04 a .. - s I
I n "u 'ord llitt or th t lnix the"L" tha li t Um " atit' emsse b .tif Ithert y l4-Irsknr Ateetilif Di SO '
which oecommatufalsoi she members nyontho , ~.„mi to, dito o r to ,i.
condition of thesPrennee. its trade and the
ppoll Of the. AdMiti
receipts from other sourems greatly (valved
• freedom, the cense of progress orchrilizaticmi,— -
any previous year. The Lieutenant Govemor LATEST PORTION INTELLIOENCE the came eanseigemegreuidieethieestmeeseee I . mown.
is gratified at the condition of the militia, and;
' or Miura, materiel orcuchel,iti fdanger
regrets that ;notwi th standing the efforts of being long arrested, Whether yithilltdOpt 0
the British' Werth - American , oilontes, the
set ot ntuoue oreeether. t,- ~..,
United States adhered to their deterndon- Deb a s e on F- n i
c anisni in Parliament. The mhmttbet leAso sa.) , Mar Isithan
Ilion to alestamite -rt Mt. Itemprectly : Treaty - •.-. - • - • been remerectmomealtltheeethe,.._ •=a- '
intrerthognisse of the ronfedertion of the .
shlphea passed hate 'tempest into the
Provinces, and of the fostering care of Bog
of a sateharbor fail a is now securely
land, and th at trade wilt be so directed In C,llO ' SEW ARD TIE REAL READ CENTRE. gig Into her m g, without s broken
new channels, and the fisheries protected, AO , , : • spar or a team roam:rarest:one 5Z04.1. reefe yet
as Cornett the emergency. Contracts for a mill
— - to, blink lie ; she aPProttebell th oee moor.
road from Truro to Slew urunswiek, and from _
mg*. 011 e DUO Sly* that oho can safely
Windsor to Annapolis, bare been made.
enter directly thrugh them. Tim other
says that the me et back, and krwaring
sell, take time to go around mthem.
That is all-the •difference. It, la merely.
dihriMmee of OPULIOU between the Mina. I
should not - pnictice my bebitnal charity if I
did dot admit that I Wink them both eta e lm
and banes& but the veined go an safely
one way as the other, The wont that need
l happen elti be'that by taking the wrong ins
1 stead of the tight fituezakar erten taking
New Toss, Feb. 41 -The steamier Lily of , sheyjgbj sum; the wr i m gom.
Baltimore, from Liverpool On the 10th , efts ar - , The tell may vagina& t ome bo n es, *
rived. The Cuba arrived rap at eleven o'clock. , ealnio=oefeentlelene s i n ntafen.
temi, t Or
taba nomen Inny4l,
In, the QOM* of Commons Watkins gave wai q ui d ove r t,m...-. - err r f ar
notice th at on the 16th he should ask the Clan bat LC it Callllot beirreeen .hens Item be borne.
iif I am one of the unentnerth -tot no fr iend
cellor of - Exchequer whether Any-or whatret Do
Eme rt o u that mocuitic , as bonen, as
p remotion hod been made on behalf of Fier g o o & so ,togebie yolk Clam;
Majesty's Government to the Government of , gramme en er %Wleat, Will their sts,
the United States nith reference to therenian I Peatattere b ; Dater titsui ended, fe
' .. ' th elitdp astreiLandas _wisely, lie
organization in America, raore ups:mall, with 1 ...that is, Itersigeke melliged theirialer
regard to the employment Of American 011 - j upa n th e to tee altsciationsefeelm
cern end the issue of Wads by the los,zalled tempest that "attend petilleel.oarial*
In the debate on them:Urea* in response to. Nethrthelom, L do not tunic - that the
the gfieeink speech, the (PD6nohne enlarged -, „ m o th th o orc -th u m ~,,t hr, , or "ro w .
upon the frith grol=o, and nlnV e d "" ate eximninatioatuaftdefreL,"2/bellub•
anientintent to the nd donating 'ittO be
. t o ot beard
es . erasion that
the dtity.of the...minister._ leelximine Into the- rethalitmealfhettha etearnmetensenthottnes,
eau" or th e In " iiiee l i rie '""s end remove - ideal and - Congram. The sok*. Ins Mi
see, Is linbillelf dieldadownetiens. The him
After a general debate on ifettiehlem, lathe Ivor" logg ers Am twat pt, _oostet,f.
course or which it was charged that ute con- wit h di m la - baadan.. ogrytwitigeg grow.
tess in as w e as atifittligrul in agi rin ne:altie g g,. ~„" in .,, " .... ie t tll4 . l 4Vr eato •loPllsfituro be ",
meat was retected-Obl torn, and Ms address `"Ti'Wel, then vent
TwattergVoidaria was the thort i.,,t usaar was sethellicno diehttlithe tingsopthoe be.
sus ri- mean the
we =Whit toga went ethe ifs% Del
oat Th e Ater/sing Heraid - bellevesn,....en turregot , Video al lt 1r Orilt
h e Wanly degiedde Me ththus o,w achy planned Guilt Quid • without altos
the subJect ery -seemisten or eompreielse net With'
The llilbEu r = liee b " dieee " red a e e cne l / fresldatett end refugeasetimulemitikondilistn
airyPe manufactory of Il otro• - . nedgkrik,ittlen, bed withfroMizeoweto
Some soldiers thaixed with Pantheism More l g ith o rrith orotho u th o r low mo cit .
b aint i cout 4 tfattfal..• ..........,... der.- The Prealdenteur that this woaM come
dianatehes from the ...see mir, riaim and. be accepts . the ettuaton.
minister 1° Wallt° &" °° to kla g e " tr°° °° lll . emigres* on the *War bendesitestee, not be.
respecting the Bag effear, be announces mute it Ida omegas h tsx , hudi but bee
thattbe United States governeloof low time.- came: they bath net indbehtmdly had their
mighty decided net to amoWltself Übe dm owe, way. hi
s oo the It to that Wiper deters
into • conflict with ] franca th rough 011thels m oth ., sooth r om i so „ mths flit . t .,
tern or Juarez's agents . . . trom a . eaterletion that there . sever Mtn
The 4=141 government • use deolded CO bal.
jbr the meteistion
issue letters of marque against ChM , upon owe thitotrand rznosy among We Matt%
_proofthat Chill has adopted that mode of ogostit thetas*, with Which the President has
araTed Mama settstled. 'Grant lt,that the
The Minister of State armee/teed ftl-COTten, roman Milkweed, ended led exhausted,
that Pen be probably at the present time in " 0 4, v ,, 03. men ot. Tram D -- faaaurs nem ,.
pen hostility with Spain. I iterily,-that the Mates, sooner or, later, estet • o it is reixtrted that the Malian_ government 1 thr w .-- o , 1 ,,,, a otho, laimaraatie . irna
has sent an misread° notate litaana,Lff cense. 1 th e rothar fundamental r ow tho r, ro ,
acne of the serious deelaratious concerning time lames I n¢Cof
Congress. lathe rebel
Italy In the Spanish diplomatic beaks.
1.114 guys, , Thams,brree done Suited thing,
it Is stated that Austria la /Mont, to a. and ?sands &otos the samosa ghat an, point
note to Prussia: firmly rettisinif theMernande ow ~ ~:t. ~ . • , - - ,
of the latter in regard to the Duthie*.
The President. is In harmony with all the
The Prussian Lbamber of Deputies ). have f i tg ftg. thiltirm , 4a r a j aa moind rho rtheow .
passed a rethltstlow bWaleare `majorit y , pro- thresndWodiatil 'ne mentgeredtplely re.
testing against the a or the litspreme ith ,,,,,....-.,,,,,,,,, . , ~,,..... ...,,,,,,,...,,..
Conrkto restrlctilberty or irlieteett. • -, ti,M7 . 7,47;7* frnurVaii • 'at i 'iria
i.seei ZrZ u •AVhg." l "• 4694 ° I ‘" 1 ST. ,7 4tog l no t smose.MlSmnreesount-tstre
at , • . - ^ - been atendki swam mom safotosiotOrma
.so 010.-notiree_aan arts close thro m ro e r dth thrathithothaap.
at Siff, .
tatirea boo may Meanwhile con,
Liverpool, PSI/.loos, Zr M.-Calton fiat; saes grim thy o n o: low g,„,,,, othom
today of 7,0 1 09 tales 'de Partial dWithe of i< di , after tusien, end Went Atisir 41110 - lthett . the
sales to speettlaters and importers, SAOO bales. , , " too; sioth -thi oth ... num othiro,
Breadattiffs dull. Provisions arm. Consols i . ien ina .p. 00 76,,i root E re loo t iv
for money eal. - na';‘, Decrease In Bullion of m . from now: ,
. b u ite „ ,moimer mu.
the Banker' Fagituad, file9,ooo. nlinolll. CM' viii 1.43 ads
IWO tbill, 13011V1110..-01
trap ' , barn 14 4 174 Vii Erie " ere ' , 11 k 052 %; When ths done th Of restoration
United Simms k ve- wenties, eNdie7.4. I will be complete, fort Meal:that remains
The speaker thqught, that. etetriliViel OM ,
ernmont kr Me iseeeded Mame *mud ke per
1 . /Wi l l:lea Mimed
by Mr. Litwin, Webs el h? retteeeth*
States territoriel• nal . thdifiresst
WM bed iferMleuv i i. Eeirlilll7 atop
posed of 11 Mentbers, oho WS” oP
the wheel of legislation fOr *ref' ildilt
so SA • to enable them , hi summit. a. p _
different thatableh LS nOW Ou haven
a happy eqnsammation and which bayethey
Oren Inn One p anamendment to the
Constituti n to compel the exelrided State.**
meat of UMW 'lbill wee im Plan of
rectal 10n, bid' oostrnotem. The resold.-
Mon *Melt passed the Home on Tuesday last,
tummy' 4 0 tallrow tn l WhiffiLitatieco
Shall Rot be ildlidtted GrOM lo Stettai tient
Consresi Mall Me i lair or that Puts',
',mai. is w Cannot be mulcted t. Wi at
Presidents approval, and which cannot be
constlfutkinally given ill SLOW of the *pinkest
be Is known to entertain. This.resolotion,
then, la not a pleb kr reconstruction, barter
a delimits postponement and delay. 'When
thorebellien bilin, we determined tellumble
the rebels. We have' Mmibled them, Mid
brou r ght them
ti beck with litimillatkm an• re..
pon . a i tr far reiteration. ift t e i poputar
CoLv l er p i tmita thlytarMootil l ti=
te TlteseefrorteAS' °Mantua them'ato tut ,
precticable as t mum they are ions, No .
Math can keeP-Iteelt , oat of.the Union. or
keepitself Om torrnostoommitino °oder the
Union: The Mates which arein the Wit
connot. be talteti or kept- out of it 110t1 ,
motes that are 1 11 4 WProll Plumatil i g
man WM are a Atha poteinglm.
Orem - 1a habil is ,. Inclined ~ to •
.' tlt , r
ee l ed &tent .. •
gen sumota, reeled -end a
over TeXall led Ceditortda,''and ei t ie=
the nat i on Went Kansas, Tel they itl i eil
in , the Melee, all. i fs,teptsy. all / ...Ta loa ,
117 , 425,41`764°War,46% =ma
....s..yer desnaleat, tot n of•
Elm ~1113,11 ' . "4 * . al 11 4 81141e ...,4% n °° % * 4
=Ws securing. Li'S - W.' - lairenTinia,
Mr entrar Stem ken. an d aft
~, i . 4 4
°Reamer us mired abate htini ata 7l
1.1 7. 41e1 F.f 1/0 bite detereein"
ersuen - oantioBed—West 'lndies Com
hlosynau...Teb...2l.—.The tontine of tho
Executive Cannella have been brought ' ton.
mon. , 4 Theauttions under consideratton were
the abrogation 'Of 'the ReelprOcity Treaty,
frontier defenses and Public health =mmma.
A proclamation has been IYaad 'cautioning
American flahermen ascidnattn•ahore &Morin,
afterlthertli of March next:
proclamation to prevent the importation
of din ailed:Cattle win inappirl_lirthe' next le
one of the ' 'Granata. '
Letten frottrthe Commisalonera to the Weat
Indies, report: .e•t•ftetory.. protease. ti
hope to complete l a invntlintions early In ,
•'.. , Tlierisra~tux Wer • •
New Yana, Feb. 2l..A.tdditlonal details con
corning the wan bet keen Parry:47mA 11i al.
lies have been received.
On Mantel or December, the Brazilian land
forces, nnoberlar twentrve tbOusand men,
had . arrived Inaba xletal of Abe strong For
-I.VATiatira.irc e ten " tt i onaan snd I°°Alrl
gmthies OtLen isoon after Which It was
Intended to make a oombined land and 'naval
attacknnthe'. l. abagnayenz.aniCtiKtnnill for
ward into the country of the latter.
.Dlaelies Of vazionstrunia still* preValled
an *Wining extent *along - the troops Ou both
a inswelltimits .01110,up
_ , _
Buft`dit.'rehttler, nrln the idattescinsetts
Houtm( of keprciantaitives yeaterday
notch a settee of revolno . nerere , rtrOdl2lll4
=4l: /4041 "1 8 P res id en t
meting that lila the 'duly ortke Potte&e u lift°
pre the nen* that propection, far which Its -
hontor " stands - "pledged. - and - to which - the
taut conduct ttic, oolored soldie entitle(
theta:, a , • rs
. . .
The reaolattoaa were referred to the COM.
rarttleoh Tedetatitelathatua, ,
_The House reftused to receive a reseal:4We
tletruttnifthe olden*, lerhha veto. menage
Iry a rote of 109 hal& . _
Jinmered Ittietetteee Between the Pre - *.
censer feels warranted in contradicting repro
sentatict which base been extensively pub
lishea t sozacialittnatimf Of feelltigbetween
the rxt Mental:id Lientimintfigneral 'Grant
was involved &OS consequence ofsappresslon
and revival of the ilchmOnQ"gzioniser.
birthday . of Was Is losing duly
saspeaded and the public Departments anti
closedlirnutthe 11,31 air
in all 'l:2le whether..is lzright calm,
sada/SWIM 1 -
liseariux, Feb. 22.—COtteil flare active.
but little doing. wawa.
Tbeinembers et-the Leguasturip persist In
absenting themselves. Yo orusrum Was had
There is to be a grand amass meeting bare
toenerlow. tottidorse the President and sd-
Ministration. Delegates are arriving fro m all
parts Of the State. -
will be stiadd•
ed, sold the military will unite In The ealebrii
There wW be a greed Daher& tounnment
hereeguqg Len Weer.
Costservatire atmfsi Wisablegtog
•Nettemell Nounsiieut leoeLetg.
WeSereirow. Feb- 21.—.11.• large , political
meeting was.beld today : 11; Grover's Tneater,
i Mas v i o b r i o o n tm e
n P d e oel d y th he I p d o 'their .!'
a T nn e
say today- President Johnson presided, end
Farewell Address, as containing the
pies by.irbtett be sought to. be gelded; sad ex
pressing the lope that all the States would
oontlitnetbeiroontributiOasto the structure
to be etempleted at an enduring memorial to
the restoration or-all the States to their prop
er rolatioas to the General Government.
, • ' .Legilstatnie.'
San ,Faauessoo February 22.—The Legisla
ture Gloving passed a coneurren resolution re
commending the anoinntintait or Frederick
Billingisto a seat In the Cabinet, the Governor
basfeporoved WWI WILMA was
taken, - bowever; betbre an was' known
of the President's veto of the, Freedinews
The santramirf ot, Wasbftagtoritabirthday .
was celebrated hare by a large military pro
andthepartialeuspenelon of badness.
linw You, . Feb. 22.-The resor t of
Chief FalgineereDatibr,' Flagon and a Ogit.
general inapectomot the Steil= machinery
the navy, appointed by the Department to the •Iyes experiments of the
wineoski rad 'Aeonquin, published;' It de
' clam thabthe contractor for the maeldnery
of the Alannanitt !in a felled 'ln firer,ran. -
Dna and that that serCialt , Out 'for "MCP'
Tfirtateir tut'oeithisr of
10-1)42. •—Th 6
B e te
lock A. 24. • Zdy.
TAW lefoii elected temporary Club ,
en 541433,473 W r oisted. Alvislon,
.117004 • the•Appolatuseat of
on - vermanstat orirjaisatilap, and
rgaigh - Zik . e." ,F an Teution'.+4loTTie4„ ttik ,
XT..* • •
wi;.:e,W, - :kz ?~;, Sn..sa.i''.~el: Ya".~;*a K..5...~. Tic~ti~~A-..a..e~~~~u. : ~~- ...
~ * -`~+-w • .~.i::.fiasu-~.~u~'+:5.. ~ a te . `~~ r c S'l„i ..:~ n^h e,~..:'
bellertiti tionlarbe better for me to take
the G ee ," said a Yentiirtion la be 'seated him
self In the dental ehillr- at the office of Dr. C.
edit DS Petal street. Everybody tells me you
extraeLteetb 4 tVellis It out".
ho In a moment 'skill. He is aneWered
"NeViSi felt it, thought you were going to ex
tract it stow,.
*Soo[donee For Fole! ---
In this door paper will taf tonna- an nave: ,
tivehmant offeiing for Wile the doable two story
brick dtrelltnyeoeapyinga einiclons lot on the
earner of Ohlo and Alleithen3r Arennee In Al-,
legheoy atty.:: The locatien la one combining
caty with that of a country
. resitfeatee—:llia4 SaitYttiti at No. 57 F o urt h
strain, will eve Partionlaril. •
~. itilatissersuemeiss omelets.
4 4 644.46 1 012e4<onitie'ripriti044 conker
C. uaritim Lot's a lino.
1 9* * Asiiiiiii.litririVo and onndettining i Pies-
Idellt/octUcy were Introdrusectin the
l And icillUttileY.;:ofelli as follow" :
prom it inie b turra b7 the
groatpolltical law of America lor tn - aw-er4ry
of government shall be conducted un
eupervieion and authority of some
istinrate:gD - pos iti ' Ta i ' 'tL
on Of veto wt, dinn
ing the general right of voters, and protect
in .g th em In th eeXerelso of the: elothre
Chlse; and . •
Wezatsa, It la a great principle of the'
American Government that legislation shall
guide. jaolcal ehanim a • tad.. that some .
where in - the 'UMW - there "Is
ways permanent' organised authority which
guides the thotateturcerthose who Beth - to re-
store ••Gloyathmenter which Are fiennFaused
andlderewitelsattnerefore- - • ••• - • •
• Rewired, That Congress, gelded bythe high
eat proextatittghttlittcal auttiOri7, ought, un
der the fourth article of - the Cans' Mutton, •
to_gnarantee to the Stateelatelyin -rebellion
a gopublicsaf formarisrntastitr ;••„ "
Rewired, Theta width utterly ignOres ;
the rights- civil And pa Ural, of the freemen,
some of.whOM: hire cold thOle.h l M l fur the
salvation of the - Rep:WM doesnotpowesa, and
cannot possess, any elements of vitality or
Igesaitedi..,TefiAeig.Of ieir4ersert and'
in the name of um country, that we tan ner at
Once oar syMpathy and respect to the bola
and deterallitestMen Congrery who
been, andaretcsday,•fatthlidlothe principle.
Which made us a • party and carried us tri
ca=lz„Vhlugh four years of civil war.
the great ealiticoehich...pro
elsitaseiquallty before the law `atone. oftlie
fundamental Prlceinlesi strong enough to
survive thee, efewill• ea okany,partAzan conflict.
We will adhere te; and inamsahl the doctrine,
of the Declaration of Independence.
Mr Scoville, in.oll'ering,tbese resolutions
Paid 'Opposition to libertyls Wheat investment
wherever made.. Astetrew: Johnsen. made the
worst investment of his life,. whettbe vetoed
tbe freedmen ' s bureau 11111;11e "abandoned jus
tice and trampledlipen principle, ; that '
ted hith in life. A lively and exciting. discus.
eon occurred on theresolntions.
Tne'Newark - and New York - Railroad bill
has - been postponed to next Wednesday.
From Neklea—lrewspopem Warned—
rosM In Progress.
[VERY LATERF TELEGRAMS
HONORS TO WINTER DAVIS., APDRESZTOTHEItOtteriettVeII
ADDRESS BY SPFARR OOLFAx rithIPENT I SPOLICT ; I, '
-miler HO J. A. J. CRESWELL. SPeceit oe Seeii:64lo
~......,.., Feb. et -1 46 r e -eleven o'clock l' COMPROIfISE OF DorFERENots-vg ..
this morning the ' galleries were crowded in ' .f -.
anticipation of the memorial exercises in
honor of the memory of the late Hotr. Henry i He rater • • f
Shit otsiaciasitost. e - •
Winter Davis. The illigi abort; the Speaker's
desk weredraped in hltick, and other insignia' - . - 1 ' lf.
otmourning were exhibited.. A fine portrait i
._ • - ...., - "l 7.'
of the honored , dead, appeared through the ! VETO lllEfilitAllar' peak• - Melt
Colds cribs Satlonei ittigue" ' ' --',
Cr's seat. The ' Marine banner ,nd, during the ~. --, .....,er ,- -.- ' :• -
hour preceding the opening of the axe:mixes, ~,,.„ ...
occupied the ante-room of the reportergallery Tiff. Cr( rittlO. MllllO3 10,1 F I + ...1
arid furnished appropriate
S enators entered.. . . '-' .*--.L.-. , , -',....p.' 4
The Judges of the &wane
_Court, preceded' _
Feb 22,-.2 , 11 ~.,,, • '
t i e t
by OhletJustlee Chimer also wary, officers:Of h ew 11: 1 : 4 t, ,,, • p ---- '-,. -, •
thd army, and others;follcrwed. The President was 1.10 •Oodtight b y the • •. of
was not present, bat Secretaries Stanton and - T or t: i toOga o o t o to f ipio n ' o i, .i' 'pa • :
McCulhnigit entered the Hall before the open- - . ..
ing of the trxereises. Senor Romero,the Hex. hor h inti Mpreablia.".l ll 6 ll ' With • ;.. ' ' ',.."... •',
teen Minister, Goer Fentoe, of tiett.:York, and supporter, Of We - p`rialedit. ': on . ~
JtweAdtteatiliGliberelliteltltrenutong the a cusliticaralza l le il lina.. l , . 'tit 40- ' l' ...
di tittles present.
bet ' '.4". iii ' " — vecazdegir .' ' ' -
er &prayer by the Chaplain, the dealer- -_6 Rt ,
.. ~." ~ ;.„. ',..'... ' .
atiOnhelnddperidence line react by Hthit'l34.." .TtritskleggiV, lthitlii/PIP Mi . ! , Tory, en •• ;
witedaierheosoni Mentor the lionattor Rapt , 4 ati, i ',;. , . • "'''•;' ',"!: -.7 '' . ' ...;'; ! ....t” - !..1. , 4
reemitituyes..'; The resuling ef thelkeolitratr: ' -7 ' ' r ''''' '7 "" '-''' 7 9- '''';,'
was folitilked by the playing of it dirge' bY et ' . DIM d'ltillilerPoda Prelleuteklika
band. Hen. Schuyler C
s. olfax, Speaker of the i the 064110*P NesiTork,andreicilunonstik
House of Representativtieu rose and said: adortu,s„„to thoodoot.gtom the tin .:..::.
Ladle. ono gentlemen, Therluty has' been
devolved upon me of introdneteg to MI the I berate tba . : .**let,betlibiber.
__. _ Ste-
friend and fellow member of Henry Winter ; tiorL .: Mat. ths-cmuntr,nesniansrei ' .
Davis, and I will detain you- bet a moment c „,,h f o cto n ro i n S o l, 0404 vox o b ot uati
tram nls addresi, to 141104 rottwfu Osten with •• '' iiel: i4.,. -d.: ' - 4 --, id a -- .
Saddened interest . The.' world' always appro. Paul= w ie. -•• vi , brow b
elates and honors' cenragre.thel °mirage of so.7.(ntitherlat3COgliklieernti
Chrlnlanity, which sustained martyrs srowardirtimen thirtneentOwookee,* •
ainphithestre, at the , stake, or an t he unt, elenteltrordhantlittelle 'Setae;
rack -the courropeß: cr,„';octocicisce which condtchfiew,,m u ra t zAm. •,
Inspired millioam:,-Jte . oar.. own land agatzlig ti lialopir 6 , .
to realise the historic fkble of Curtin', and till tis i err, sit. rights., , e;all'
up with their own bodise-if mired be, theyawn- rheynontithawertherfrighti--et eim,,
lug chasm. The wend alwaysaPPreciates and ohms of oltteseslitad It oi Person %lr n i . M,
honor - courage,,whirdi ittelmessed la the pest e;.to 'gee IMMO Ulf - MOM
house and hospital;ltt the 'death' bed of the; ward the 'ilawl. , Doit cith they
homeless, and the Priecol eel' of the convict. I barli the - eidreigie , l3 , the , dietcithip-CLesitStel..
But there is a courage o v al besides - i There min; however; hellit Zluesliaa tbltt
in:: nobly was it- imirunned , by a statesman tbommitattemtrweremmig a .
whose inational services we .commemorate sh a
lt ors nen,:nor
t h e el ' o a th
to-day. Inflexibly hostile to oppreastori, oolon gs
.ogcougya t o thegogo o ttre,
whether of the shave or , American sod. or of sew Torte mie nomeresisas solsy who -
Republicans struggling aiming; monamtilcal or,nalblistinthnrsooong
invasion, faithful , always , to .PrifietPle and to , shall esei,who ha
liberty, ten 'Me* -
liberty, championing always the canoe of the i Too t; 2h a ve at i ve - fritictuu - s# not'
downtrodden fearless AS he was eloquent in ! tight blitttpellneattruMi,lfltishlterlat
Dis lan davowas was mourned throughout a i p a n ,oo W - suvic , telairm isvaUtkir** ..
continent, onn theTinapisco to the Gulf, ' tinvmaidog logtor therasowgzs ;
the blessings Of those who bildvbeen ready i amongst , lis - -lesery Ibestgasettkllae- fib .
to perish, followed him to his tomb. ermine d to. vete. Beettnint'ithe 'hitfidti. We'
It is fitting, therefore, though - dying a private ' &nicht tor theomintyyrthat- • • • • • ! ,
citizen, that thePhatien should' sender hint 1 rity .. givtAbilsu.therWLXo47MriaLbe . , •
marked and unroll's' honors in tide Hall, the now& In Its- malt: am:NOM Olarg*:
of so many of Ills intellectual triumphs, I wise...every - ve , boy , . sixteen. , to
and I have great pleas/are in Introcinchig to torninpoois; : ..woo. fought ...n i the E r na ..
you a 3 the orator of the dav, Hon. J. A. J. cre- raltiov..should ClMvis ,A :wet*. .wictieht , ., .
fwell, Iftscollcagne in the thirty-eighttr Con- i int, -for , riff..tb liPittsililibitc.:- .: ldf: 'lb '
i ntierx i d :now Senator Rom the -. State Ofl govw.ment,; t 4 which „ s e A,bi
l'heldsolot fought for a coatatey,,,m they,
147. Crowell then deli an .eulogy open , haven.' Th ey. teugbatlOr treedom, and:the,
the life and services of e rred
minentdead. We sheiald, welcOme Our emancipeatab
Mr. Creswell commenced by an a ppropriate' brother Inatttirtiablea
reference to the memories of the day- and the 1 sread to irtee- art
his Thee, at: •• ..
times of MID in whose honor It Is intserved,J moment' f:tuc, eittendin=l;4he rikitrile
and to the recent memorial servities 01. the f - partletpate In the Clare PiWCmnst. illiti
secona Father of his Country, and then pro- swer la therWerde. or. one sr Nt• number;
eeeded to g i cre It brief biography of th e early mo re intentionotogn-many, num; 'law ere
life of.' Mr, avis, hie .strokebis for an ethicist ' bittelr, ' , The-able bodied-onli- beau arisaNthe;
Lion and a profession; with irreconlof thetstilt• abla millidedintly should Mei , : , • . -....,,
sentient even to of tie, remarkable career; 1111 Theachireelthithexewide th errethleiithi retei.
political opinions, and his labors, soil his tel.- end expronme thri_con_vlcti___on____ll4lXLmAtti W___
umph of freedom and patriotism. non
--; . ...._...._ ..._ _-_-__ ______ -
The Bagdad .elfftlir In Europe.
- HE WAR BETWEEN SPAIN AND CHILI.
STATE OF TINE FOREIGN MARKETS'
}RR RUMORED CABINET DIRRIMOS-OROVIDIES,
Death of au Eminent IDirisioDlM
FREEDMEN AFFAIRS IN LOUISIANA
3141:14ilioicwax tc. 111143wc4acor.
Nan Yeas, Feb. 21, -Thtr-Teantorsabrd,[f?
ton special eaya The atatermeortolegtapbed
bones that there la soon to be an Immediate
and general diartiption of the tntbinet, ark en•
ttrely grenadine,. . •
Rev. Rana F. Buell cued In this city yester.
day. lie was for many yenta an eminent Ms
shmary of the Baptietdenoullnation to Greece.
Maj. Gen. Baird, Assistant Commissioner of
the Freedmen's Roseau for Lou!stens has
circular to the planters of Se Mar
ttn's relay ttleartain resolutions aaopted by
them at a meeting to regulate tontraots nith
freedmonfin which he complimantit'them for
their liberality and Justice, and 'literate of the
ratualutions as highly creditable to -thew, but
suggests a few insprovementathat would ren
der the rules ma prOThled by theameba resolutions ao.
!minable by ail the parties cencorned.
The Ile Washing sas :
lisassurek, , Minkster F ton stisulor,, bee rent 1
Wrest lanatiOti 10 thettitate •Deparipielit
ready there are-four or trrenandlaatesfor the
succession. all from Ohio. Ambag the
ratite are , two .members of the Ohio ,Legisla
ture, namely, Naar/. StantOnand Ninon. :
WaibistirtoutiLiMl.hda7 - cinetiiiati
..4...api pkrawl. I p.a Ilionnisper
Croonnurg, Feb.2l.—Wiushlagton „lanbta,"
le beta* quietly eolebrataa:u n .•
•An anstuxesslta uttem_pt was mute thin
uariangsottbotv Use =war the West Vlt
slot* Journal, atCharlotte**, Nast Vlrglolo,
Ny* toryoda, da il vit woo auto bia.
iat a*Tr an* *W ow*, r•--
..~a~'L'~_.spa-~5€.c.~,,~„~~.~"'5;,.~<~.r,5`5,~.r ~ z ~.~''~4~ ` j +~ s ~~' ~~ _~k `"`~ °
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.A . ,
FEBRUARY 23, '1866.
~ Peo.of Ude t there shell not be
i tßti .
-, .••Maltyordentorkes,'but one united wipe.
t.ll , JerliitOmintittee of Ram, in ice,, euereeil.
ea, ill oxeladtog California for eight months,
till a Midority of the nation should campus.
e • lase sedate:ice forever, the debate open sm.
- ?lire. The compromise was by itaterms to be
L:1 g a rpetual. The eomarair of b t o le. test ed
Pi 1 'pl 'l ll l lMl32pplir dallettiluulte r d ad!
. I.it l e il iti ' a . entof the Watery' questtOtt; by the rem
t ailm iet sibratiot eft c l o of that, h i rl i ti l tlti ;mmitte.
r .i. -Ii :
t eti r t rarad v :o beve : - .'? --t y ut ' ite ourre„,„ ,,,.. t; % e: evYr d ezie° ::: l e ru e P p' s 'n : l flta lleTad . tt :tmo: r as o u u t ta :t h :4
'- atatcf , sly s l existing States, have no substan
= ble fears Motions. If ever :tine tblim of
L keeping., St at en , hr Joint Pesolotione of
- Calteeso,' - 0-have had a chance ofi per.
gement 'au as„ , that time has vassal aw ay .
-NO State ever „been hindered to halms
i 3 dAllallll on. excepton questions of African
gr° .w i ih T lisa heY no liva w gon be e g° to tte th n elo r mi, n24l a e ur
,:' `ri l iire. ed. No State wlllever hereafter,
'be de from coming Into the , Union On
groff i sb
the' of - slavery: ", It- is a grave
error to suppose that the tenuener 1
UMW= imytldng Manning In It. Ater.
.. fatorY, to become libtate, - beeause It Is ti
Pleasant d good thing Loyalness the privil
eges at a tat , e. .1 would net . heap
;. *territorial condition ally. longer i Pelted to. I , In -the beglnning,Anacticelly;
State had slevery.. tre , aixdlate•
& e e l - rt. In some States without disorder ;
and, whn slavery ribind - Itself In Op- ,
Pilleitkul to the governreent, we. destrayeil It I
altOlrether. We - have done, all this • lii , auetyl
- Years. Without an imperial governmenter pro.
- odusaar territorial order% but in penal States
Melded over by a tetieealr.or restricted ger.
aliment.. They Wat t -the wholecaaelif
: • the"Aerican in th Indies Junes we are.
, • The conflict of opinion between" . tee -Rreal-'
tint and Congress, In reference to the Freed; eo
tweedy unlm ant, and -mould excite little
Intense, If. I stood alone: -SOW agree. that
, :tgAlureau , was created:
.tor the transition.
between war , and. peens, and, slhouliV
'name eV - the end , of that ygerlogl .The Petted.
:dent think* that parted , bas quoisrly'vlsedi.
and that Or i 1n is Rumen%
WhlleVangresa 'Wats the .orignal provision
4 6 1x1i... latilargin . g..
--elligrellwira' tint greetslent, in the hone that
44 eIttconcituestY-Prestabrn wide& Ike-bill
dultailewillnot,hy nereqpnri - ,butthat blowhole
!0 1 1esiturd'Illay. be tilinfeliled by simple refer ,
once to the,existing./aw. The law on March
' ad; RifliL7lthich created the irreenutenta - Du.
: "riniii. , preview', that It stall continne.ln force
aer/Mg - thevar of the rebellion, and ono. full I
Tearmftmerw., When dams that year expire?
lltthelEreallients Judgment, .
the matter; - the war or . - rebellion.
442 • been -- Deming, ' and, le estill - ' coming.
Irian elid,but iti aliet yet 'fatly eitilled. It - fa
on Rilegrottind 'that "tie
,maintalas air army,'
• contlnuoitimwriaof.hateaseemeiPand exer
cises -martial, lait,' when tlie' thing - Were
theacw , things mem Aieceasary in the rebel ,
-States.- Theatistenee,of.rebellion wan legal-
: 1 5atnottnitanlan.1881: ;The _end. oft rebellion
, ught to , be and may be expected to be an. , -
noticed: by , conmeten: - deeMretion -or the t
Presideut and Congress. For all Prectlseble
purposeg, ,, rebellion' will, in law._ come to an Li
enddl' the Rresklent or Congress one or both, '
olliceally atmounces its termination.
--'• Now suPPOlditbe announcement to be, znalle,l
eaths) Pringilent; and by Congress, or hy eith:
:erattnetal.aenomns, thahlricase the Freed.
. • en', Berretutlaroontinued by artne
ihnitatten preserthed in the Act et 'March 3d,
lair nee rstrarler atuali'prociamation shall be
- 11U11. llie.Frealwir
es Bureau would
continue bt.original limitation ;mill the ithl
daynt.FehttiarjroB67,.e..verst .proper day. oh 1
which to bang it , to art end. it Congress ,
should tind./t necessary, to prolong Its Orli,-
teneelit eat at once take theneeeneary steps,
„for - it will &Mtt wile have been'in operation
,nehrtethreepears. • '
' OeitkVairirreshlent of that:hilted Sates' o 1
- Inr , dorennieed in 'the -hod,, lg. his Onenileii— i
'mindful - ore ought he, deriounCed Ina house of
his friends for retuning, In ~t helabatinee of nny
necealltnte ogenpy - tir ratalaguitto exerellie i
by , any - La ig
magistreEht the world. , I
trust this lt of -, &Matey Imperial powers
1 LOCI' balltilY, rendered by a too contldhig ,
tCongress, may he largtven by it.snmerOns Tea t ,
pie. It will: be a_sad Weir: for the republic
i / whoa
tili t it h A 2 4 i rl ;It if s n arl t e rui r li. bi:bwetriBtiVa
a settee. when It shall ~ be so considered, the
limo will liavv arrived- for setting op at the
White . lionle • an; imperial' throne and sun ,
•rennidinit_the Executive WithtillaDarialitigient
The Wset.ing"lntsfalso aktonsee R ay mon d
muter Genera Demi_ ,ison - Henry Z.,
eninebs 11., catting,-Djalel n. Dickinson and
Deo. Opdykei and dispersed at a late hour.
MIMS By PRESIDENT JOHNSIA.
w..sureores, Feb. —There wan is mass
meeting at Grover's Theatre today, in
port, of the rresidenths, polloy,, The edifice
was crowded to its fullest eaPecitY. A. large
number of persons were 'addressed fro nt the
eitandi: Among the speakers. were. Mont
gomery Blair:Cog__, Judge Kinne Repre
sentatives Smith and Trimble- Tee princip al
'meeting wa g presided over by Phillip A. Ken.
Clad, the oldest member of the Washington
A series orresolutions werepassed, strong. ,
approving the course adopted by the Prest. I
ent, &Moaning upolts the. citizens of every
state. of every Stuideof political opinion, to
standby.thepollo . .tulotited lay . At: the
cloth of the n eetlng„iipreeelaiert Warformed
and P to an Amen spaceininnitsat the
north Dottie° of the .Rxecutive Idaninen and
the, COMmittee •.deliverld to th e 'President,
the resoitaLkrne adopted by the meeting.
The, President sock. made his appearance !
aad_was met with .an enthuslastio recentiOn.
Fellow Citizens-Ihr I presume I have the
righttri address yak as such—to the commit.
tee who have conoted and organized this
meeting's° tarvt tivii-to - utrict er . va p spleen
thanks for the oompliment and approbation
they hive manifested - In their personal ati
draseto.thyailf, sad, fa; resolations they
-I am free to say tir Ala taxation that
Ills eatritrutly lag. to mein know that:
go urge a on o my to
prove -43w easions;AbtxboUcli; ) -ibstataa blese
adopted', and is intended. to carried out.
Tt u ney.liallbeearOttinethlek.inut Intended
tonit*Abrriotte Onion - of the - States,
and ntalltins tOthetiaternment
. ilhisseeMs tote* dayfoullarir. liPPreerl.
alp for such a mantresta the drwtatit glee
t he tOblell 100.
this Governments •
the fin:trot Ws Coolant et him who atmd
ak.thellead at , MU
Mean States entered this Linten. Thu day ~I
say, is peculiarly appropriate to indorse the
Fttb reiteration of' Mae ;States, founded by the
orlu, .cguntry, Goorge Waititington—
Waablagtonawhape imam this oily.. betire4s
embalmed. in the hearts of :Lail who love free
Coratnotent — Waithingtoil, Who' Was first in
Flit war, first. In the hearts of his
Cann —no peoplocan claim no : nation
ea*Pllrelwittte'itini.;repittation and life
"stun common triheritanee of all wholove free
,J, L t&day,_lisA the pleasure of 'attending the, , I
almeting itgalforto tocomplelethentenunumt
ereetett , to his uteMOM was Out to meet
them - and so lay.nti could, them my
humble intluenee:, 'The Monument is - being
erected wahine stone , e throstofthe nein )
aildiressi'yon, .Ir,- be completed.
Let the pledgte which all the State rinocht-1
lions :and corporations lave' aced: in that
monument'Of - tenahrlkith and love `for Vila'
Union, : preserved, ' Jot ',lt- be . cote-' ' ,
sato:, and` :in ' connection ' let , Inc
,e the moan: tmen".e. stone; sent front.
owa swat; . Stlite- :which '
struggled for Illealresertnttiontor the Union
Mul the councils of the nation.
A..nselthielsiseribed on ihakstone; I stand 1
byhat stmeet and she „fit ut Stand
brit. - was thesentittlent enunciated bv the
immortal -AntlreW-Piiticklos, a iThe re , aerfkl
MAAR /CPIPit bPDCOOrIiM
kir. johnstnt thetrrafereed A
_briefly to Ine.ion
duct o ftleneralJacsoisavrialotenounced as
traitors tot wturntleMptal - 1 4- -dtistroy-the
country, and rolteratetitils 'determination' tol
standby the-ountry, and .the.. timuttitutlon.
-Ile tholualli - lb oTheidatth g the titiestion of re
'ecnistrltction, Wp tier. :deal." with
;all Itts.veople spirit of revenge.
The:SouW decitudwiedged Ate allegiance
to therGoventment, awl:he-was ready to open.
the ticorsof the Unitur, and restore them to
their former relations,•:-Lie• sale -there Is no
one who has Inhered tuirder than have to
have the principal etniselod s and intelligent
trautots 'brought to jtAtice, and to hare the
(Al this the (Italia - tehloresks off, and
we are . tit fore enable to. give the ocean.
stetter'. the - Mantis rernarki.i
1 , 3 ri z iato bap. ore Beading
Pand‘di fallkarerilyirtg genera/ Ws l, e :
nalltim% btrita3 , . l i m o? of -
!. r 6 14 .C4 3 4510 1 .1r.brk. :
brzw , Toor.,_lleb.:; mik—Geaoral brunt ,to atop. ,
Ptbg at tho ; bletroPollulaillotai, aost (waning
neliflig 004.0 by tbol,VClo..Tberocep
tiOn itrearinglorbtui ofoollag,"bV the'.
I T O lol lj , e4lgtio 'ligranitatrafr
Vox*. Fabittayi. 91 . - - Ttio'briud 6t Idti..
cation last evoutilitcArelda.l to rube thea
He" of teacher") ar , enloped "abbots .16 , thef GsIUT
. Ants tot toostfoittiik,lefo.
LIIIIMII . OWMO.,- ebb: , 1:1....The flouring
of afiahall. .Esales,
sore warehouss o
or J. W. Waddell, the - t and d o
Warasotuust, wore btarao4rosoraay.
►zO,aoo; insured rorsiksoo; - • , .
o l oViTYll. :ll 7 2 2 l . 4l4..,Vrt g a t ie - skt
aft aeon at sae. a..twenty oars.
s Mlrth Aix In New reit.
Rif, rob; 42:fil iiii izatilm clt3r -- is
_,. . bus. AM Vei
II ly onstionetea, dap artuaylatutatv,92- '
tali etteetp,And pauhenuouditintigialr- 1
nO ntaKlo.' • ' ''' l
minium sea,* AVRai4ik-44,delhia.
AN otHorans or tnairivonn . nu Inn%
ertitnlalnnt In wrath- Witilirt kitAt c 0.,.
<!d•- ?its b.
....„..t o . 4, :m p l u lsk er 7o.t .a .z.i. - ` 6l.- 7;Acteo tioirs'
TRITASIA AND AnIPARICA. • irj ed... oo i'llwbur ..n. iit t: musime n.....: 0..„ :„... 1
.-Arb. rime's ra.oratim...n.sw :
, atarted a huge stone ti ttliettop Yebb Mir '
BANQUET TO THE AMIRICANII4I WEL . 4 a i x " Al rne:e t il 'g ot Abe n ben Y Ct....cps ore the basin, w 'Thi
miseme ° mealy.
was held on Then:day evening, February ne.;)......., i e in ___----
a cellar on Liberty scree( .Irktialkat ,
for the purpose of considering the propmsnd Mosey I n so
t , on es . h ,_ I cue. The Stone weighed ,aleout .
Consplimentaty /Smoothes by Gen. et liar ; repeal of the frame law ordmanee.
e and Secretary Curtis.. I
'' n red Pounds, ...et by the actiondg
In &Itet nrenent, Meseta. Drum, lUD, Huck • i i l i A n V st rne es t.ne rs. des t ,.. b e d b e y enne loosened to anon
- I elit.m.
enst yier,Pattereen, A. D. Smith, J, R. j et e n, i t ~ •-•• it required but tittle frame ter
. • -
j :tn. y elm, Feb. It banquet to oar , 1 Brelth, C. d. Smith, Thiatims, and President 1 hill, ammo th a r'n,
.., 0 h A t engernd clown the
' Mi elater in Reale, by a conferation of mem- '.3feltmer. gr.. of previous meeting read , i n a p
U l ,
-/ a..nd , __knoe g that
dj' e l gf: Th tf,:,. t .... n.;. a " ,lilanS a blV i =s l
7n ......‘' th Y rot i g irst t
, "" % l e t
I "bents of Moscow, was a very enthusiastic of , and Appro . „
tan. It was designed as an acknottledgMent • t. kir' Pat mon subinnted "an ordintinee Fog- I r4:;:eniLa.:l:o,leiznfrrescits:'‘t44l.le7tilaiu''.
1 ot the outr umies "hoe n the Rtes sien deetwon e f
w ni h a i letin ch g
' amine: eity. The President' of the Imperial , hag. the Ordulethe
to shall he (
dwelling an ' "liar '
t id e ce ree tt i a ° t n fre 'r m w ar l d " a n fltw bu Yth d tpit ingV s. ' ACo . an.' sank through a 41, • „,5.
, exchange said that Ames:Mena, eati ng e e t t i a , erect wooden buildings, to be 1 ned.sta dwelling hat e genie through the boiler & a temm illadaba ems ,d .
I all conslderationn of minor importance, and 1 houses, outelde of the follostM L itletteribeillint. caused great' demise. de otatialr„' siat-
Paging no regard Io the °Mingle, o r 1,8 crbeclidi Beginning ailtbe ellegheny arrest toe, author', of the. m
Pentles. I river, and mending np Anderson street to sueeeeded in matt their etscejtil iim it E!” '.
have over shown themselves friend,: to this 1 and up Churn avenue , and Cedar aventatjo recklessrmas .honht on Severely '' .. "" 4-
people, and they th o ruto r. re :fr t. ,
i o . a . tf t o o ttzse d te t o t :e i l : ' North avenue; thenoe,np said avenue its- , and we think therdare a large namberof
Wee their anneable dis
Elnpire; and let us drink to the health 1 planade ntreet,• thence up said street to a liar lin this City who desert e a s e v ere Memse. .
, d the I Para ll el wi th Locust street, and along mud I
wealthy and highly esteemed Andreeion neon , drool to Federal. street, dawn Federal street City Iltartsdlty.
Preeldent of the wrest power on the other aide to Benton alley; thence west on the line of '
of the Wean "The President of the United . anbil nb i l Pantn ne tene t thi n"' ith)ng .ma . or., tieorgej... Met:oak, ' Physician ea egs_ .
States of Afne ' rlia." Protracted applauseatrd. ' b ' n e in net street; thence went eloug said I Board of he alth, =km: the Reiliwies, mom,
lowed this Loan, the band ' ,Wi ling In with ' xtreet to legheny avenue; thence along said; of the Interments In Chap o f Piteatergh,
"Hall.Coluzable.c 1 as mole to Ridge street; thence "along Said ' ~,,„„ t • ,,
, ss . ,_-'
At the request of the committee, Genera; , ' tre e , lt. Irwin avenue; thence along said ave. --- ' .e-runr Y 10114 to i niluerg. Silt seisa:, - "..
Clay permitted the following telegram to be , nest M arlin Meet; thehee along said street o teasam.-Typhold peenniOnle, I; thrall*
sent tO tte American COngOlite at iglerPool, .ale street and Laccekstreet- &Bence along diarrhea, I; gangrette of arta, It eanuennottem., .
for tranemissiOn by mall telltale:Limas : 's a id
gbillstaredleneocAtufrsto.faAnscs,Prerldem ula era r r ° t°
t ~,,_*, _
the thence be the"a r entelfie of amid lithe I; iilllamettoes of luagn, I; dlptherfill"n, :
. erysipelas; l; minim, 2 %till been, Daner
ef Om Caned Mateitymoneramm-Tliemerebants - -iir rair...,....Aiimhen.." rivtr. ef die
of 2400e0w, mato:ming to,thelr . dry the Ma, i .., been a .;.re'etne eallaage of the ordi tdrth, lc membranous croup; I; Istait.Bor 14
liter °CUM United States,"drinir to the health ;
__„lig that the Meanare would not cOncllletOna, I.
of IburEXMillenoyir . tenUninarfare'ZlLtbe c ia7. Ile Was opponent j . 'Of tile above there wens, under OnopeintdO '
e ovary rinser: an e
(Signed by am President of,Committee of f ar r. As D j odth ~,s _ _xiaalnit ordinance ' Tail tog, t from 2t05, 3 I . from a togia ti lm .
...„_ it _not he defeated they .rom 110 USA I.• Males, IX felnalell4t 'n
i ..:._ m33 . '104514 MAW It otytaia the cfrdi nance In __, l In M tn . " di from SO to in...i. nonl - 40, ' x
Mr. Clay responded in &suite/be manner , re- ihe was In favor of
tureinietbank.s. air. Curtin, American SeCrit. l AA , . And gm . _ ". 4 4?..1r. repeal of the old 11; colereti,e. . Total /8, :t• , •
tan. Or Iftetion, addressed the COMptine. fri • asekce,
allusion to the Keenan Telegraph ; ho laid , oil
reverefer %TWIT' favor ot
to the MtuistnAmerican Telegrape 4 e [bee n
pre ... :kted
.. e ‘ ei: Mance, and
as a cabman neb lerveteent of btrth natione, And. he tted to hear the a "nn p re ntlae: e
qua' ; I •
in a work of world.wide renown and hapax, i to ~..--pea. e gentlemen aver a to.
tante. I sent are tel say th at no enter. ; 'ml t
Mr. Patterson "Spoke at length in rem,. -,
prise ever enjoyed anything • like the e t h e ardi.mi aa d point e d earth ad aa -- ta - ,,,,. -
*popularity- which t hes rewarded the, scheme that *mild result bir allowin cur e v
g erection of
of binding the two cOuntrien ogether. 1 wooden but n the localities designated.
My cotintryinen &patiently await the moment i t „ m id tte= n d eney t o i no
While giving expreadon to their feelings of ;
- ; elation, benefit our Innen Metering Interest,,, c'urlm: !
respect and gratitude, When the' President of ' and Ina en act of jostles, f m the uk g
the United States will profit by the comple. classes and men of mode tocan or
nen Ofethe new Hue, and dispatch his first eat. at,. VI • feared that ra • • '''
. minas the 'lore for the
utory telegram to the Czar. You have Beckon dld nt t
t au ata.oll 0
of the Mit And Inti bot c h of
To this, I reply th at. ot
sething 1 three per cent. In cdber words _ that men of
capital would b huts and 'rent to
1 to be anhamed of In the pant, and nothing to I poor ineu at Be S tu n[[gure un wohld enur e a
fear in the future. In the pant, Russia and
America, firm] y relying upon God have both r . ninni
battled for their tedependtme
affiliated foreign luMent - ea In' teen midst et their investment in about three
an _ y • ears. Ho had heard a man bond that he
would build houses et six hundred dollars,
in ieseteese.megape m li j .-, toot Assume', which he souls rent for sixteen dollars a
'Thus ter, wethave been successful, and we ; " month!
Ile was opposed to the ordinance in
wish forsuathteg better than Mat Gin' maybe tata
as gracious tote' and one children an he has , Mr. J. B. Smith remarked that the a übjec tof
repeal had nee. been before Conhelle tor [brae
I been two
our ancestore. As regurds the tenure
the two eountriee will he only more intlmate2 montbs, and no remonstrance bad been made.
ly connected, having learned to know eaeh There were petitione in favor „Of the 'repeat ;
and he had a Tight to infer that the dinette!
other In the past. lam cenvinced, weenie.
I Fatal Aeoldent.-The 1116,501 l ou , -
, that the more Intimately acquainted .7. l l . r e i r t r en ju oe r t a cTf ° r t
the etitt.y Man
were abe e ir i l .l i ng en! says that on the nth nit; Mr, l.losieph'iled
, m o re
tiortTer shall become with you, the searelty of houses, and bell:Vt . :II:ILA the ez4 k a ' 4Unen di Trn ' ear nra ina nellget In
county, was handlie n a pistol mulch
I A l lt t r time e
address i°%a g. u i..ertlif wan seized and meanure would prove beneficial ife was pre. 1 es loaded, and Me little von, a child of 'bet
pared to tote fly R. kissed by every nnsslan present.
I eon four and five yeers of age, Wlte.lllole
at The vote was then taken on Mr. Smith.a
amendment, winch was lost. I / len. By some accidental means the Isthi
dent •olf the contents passing tit inns
CITY AND SUBURBAN. , Mr. A. G. Smith then moved to amend by., n o d ( o r th e lime boy,. which resulted ri kttlik
suspending the ordinance for one year, over ; .
, the whole city. , Wlthdrawn. don It In about fifteen art: en - millet: .
akariel CoereesMinenal ( fathering. Mr. Thomas stated that inasmuch as the fir-
There lu :1 MI irerlial onmplaint in congrega. iguumttlV3ll4lll=ltollathieheloo
in s a a n d ,.l ar A e diactopling th o- p T co li p a riM P O l ?tr o ll t dll " a gas,.
tiona everywhere, of a want Of sociability or men of small meths : he would i now go a pipe out on the W heeling bridge,' l i n ir Order
; among the members. Some complain that step further, and vote for, the ordinance if, that:steamboats env know , tile :Whateabellita .
amended ao as to dims no oho to erect wod d . of that lofty dructere on a dark night- We
their congregution 13 more unsociable than j ' en buildings, except theme Who intend to oe. I th ink this. is a geed 'Alen, • and-one ' which wee %
any °atm . But on careful examination, it Is , copy them. He did not offer the amendment ' I hope a 111 be earned intottifect. Itad- ; •
mend, generally, timt them, le no t 'n oe l, dig er , I himself but wished to teat the sincerity. nr I ticeu upon the bridge, thejlehloon smile net
I iincis'among congregation.' in until matter . In-I some of the : friends of the measure. ,_ . /less met with the aceleleeit "which happened
The yeas and bays were, ,then called upon , her It fen night. tattoo. 1, : .t. '' t . - „ ,:., , ; , f -
1 every church there are little circles, not as the final
p age et thee ordinabee, width res j I
there ure in society, which posses,' a kind of , tinted - Fenslidettnra. Dente, Myler, Patterson, I Lee:catty of a Wagon. Mayor McCarthy
1 .1 / 4 :teethe aillelty. , , , • J.
B. Smith, and Prestdent Sleltrier-5. ' tcl before him yeaterday throe men: natned
It "was our pleasure to be present Rue oven- I Nays-Masers. Ilan, Ilnekeentein, A. D.Sulith, ; Red Pearson, Alexander Morrow and Geo.-
Mg at a sOclal gatherinf ,In the Second 'u, n. IC. C. Smith. and Tnontah--5. There being a tie licomit, charged on oath 'of 'Jame, R. UM
wow ,. Rey.
, D ,,,, , , ~,,..D ies D. D, 'D Po t... the ordinance was de c lared lost. with having .401 en front Idle a two-horse
pastor This was one of the most pleasant ''''' motto„, ' ennens n /i , 11,1.0 to take up oth. "ring wager, the porno.. entered ball for
and sociable meetings that wo have aver been or ,t i .lier- ~ t tear appearance on the Id ass of Mama. -
In. Every heart se emed so overflow with ,y er orenen tee a petition from a large:
kindness and good nom re, and every face Wait "Ulat ' Clr°4l ' 6l ” °I the F°Drth ward . " bin it Slovene, nod t ll owser. - Theupplicatlen ter
radiant, with delight ; and if the menthes are that Councils! allyrOprtate five hundred feet to
„ .is new trial in this Caro On a writ of error WM
as sociable at all times, the moat sameanfish I h°e It - , C i' t :T n ' ia rir r , F 0..., ~.e Knell beford We Supremo Court at: Phdol
< re,nes of the petit cm
'cannot tom ' lain O f a elan of a reciprocated moved
be te i ill aon Thoredas last Four stmechety wo
goon will. rite unseillshness of the meMbers . ere, , gren . •
eve, were delivered 10 , counsel, two
was tiononstrated try the tiled discussion ensued upon ; '
presence of a,auni. ,,,,",,,,,'' nr 4 e anii i n, , „...... e ~,,„,, , „ ;t o agalnet the priooners. Tile decon of the
", bar of Invited geeste of other churches find , ,,," •• "' n • n ' CA W. " ana ".7 reer .- .r. " . ' n Cionn has not a, vet Grime:lied.
; denoirdention", among ahem %renal - mid Ilev."1 . .'enlutittee en Engines and 'lobe.
E. IL Stevenson. a allesionint. in s entkote. Mr. Dram offered a resolution that a Coin- I E T
'rbe, Rev. J. B. Clarke 12. D., I ev. Doctor and 1 tulth b e i t be appointed to center ttith the . Co. lee- :: r i i. a .
c rm 0
; - I
k :a! a o s Cmao
re I: t t between '
j 3lrs. Douglas:, Charles Arbutfinot, Req., C. -a. I ,tun Base Company, and ascertain n 'tether !mu and
of _ 0 ea: , _ .
Dicky, Rev. W. it end Mrs. An and ' they Wohlelbe willing to join the
.Patel Fire Xettong r -waren:awn fonnetri e llearta
_ter t. ,
, depot, in the Ninth Ward. Theesta
, Rev. s. B. and Sire'Reed. • ' Department . Lost. e
The congregation and their smelts Alatieta. ; ia 7- Patter:ma jpresented a pet !non from res. tee , i,
l e a n t t e lLe o lL . c t rs
as tut e ;La i. S t ir: . •
, Itr o e nn i t n o a t t i tt ;
. bled In tlnschnreh at 7tcelook.• Rev. Dr. Prest- I of !Minn Called Street, Bening f or all ad- , L
. The 0I I 1 the A i Irn .
;„. pmeid e d , en d ma d e a a b ort n dd nyee, tn j ditional gas lamp. Referred to the Gas COni- rglt 0 e re slat own.
jwhich be explained the object of the 'fleeting. ' 41 ,. Itten• . ..
after singing a postmen eV sacr e d neeimody, ,en mo t ion nujOUrtled. 'Si...-" al evln . • Cane.-The writ of ,heitiett.
Rev. W. J held led tile - assembly In prayer. 1 Cotexcrs'etniscit.-Pret,ent, • Messrs' Brew., corpus in the ease of ldre. Nevin wale Main Se- .
Mr. J. S. Ands then wended the platform, Campbell, C ham, Falhanber, lianne, turnable Lill.; morning at 9 o'clock. The preb
end after a neat said apple:Mende address, pre. 3legraw, G. N. Mills,, Wm, miller, mese% Ilbeitimt arc that she will be immediately . dia.
1.. seated to ainjor , WunaumFrew, n beautiful t Riddle, Walter and-President Benney. . :Merged
; Photograph Album, in behalf of 'the teachers Therainute* of the preeedlng meeting were
;In the SabbatriSehool. 'the Album contained read and approved.
• a - pbotograph or Dr. end 5i..,. Prestley, the Oiraosarefor Mr.,11. . lt , ifasilitiller, the rules ti ",,, ...... , - - - - --
teachers in the school and as many of the were suspended , when lir. Cunningham pre- ...elt-ska. fell -n ya.,, T 4 . ..y r g n rain c a. le j ind.; ate
scholars es could u be outalnrl. l I t t u beart?he e:bn , t ,l ed
. a te i t n itio, from
ti citize d % of gio n t a eceir J.,,,, e D 5jeu. ... 5 „ ..„ , TAMES ..,. 4 ,0,4,.... •rne s its
sont:al William T 4 . 14, ruperiutendent, by Ft a anitlin eedlit.g3 . l.ltcule streeta g atul Ohlo w a a ve: Funeral from the .celdonee of Ids parents. No. al
rho Sabbath School Teachers of the ed O. P. nae. The' petithan was accepted, anti the , Arthur, street, on etn - un ty, at 3 codeine, r. x.
Churcb, Pittsburgh, as a mark of their love pea ere of Petit: lol lcm granted.
and respect, February =I, 1801. e Melor Frew Mr. Cunningham presented a petition for the ' em en d,
responded ilk A very touching and eloquent erection of public geslampa on Frankibt , Bid. ,
speech. The friends of the family ore cospeetrUlly Invited to
cALLIOrs-On Thunder moraine et the real -
well and ilarelltmi streets. Referred to Com- j , e no , o f h,,,,,b, Mry."1.i..6,--WithoiThßl
ii After singing, Rev. JohlsDouglas. D. D. mitteo on Gas.
having been tidied upon made a few remarks.,' Mr. McNeil offered a, reaolutiou Instructing ;of Thome. S. Calhoun.
, oyle street. Allegheny. at 7 o'clock. dAki, wife
The congregation then adjourned to the Leo. the City Solicitor to require the managers of , Tho funeral mill take I
turn Moons and partook or a Bunptuons re. the Pittsburgh, Fort Itayne a nd Chicago Rail. I
pie, on pr moor ArTga-
NOON, eV...o'clock. The ohm& or the family are
pant, which was pravared by the ladies and road. Company to keep • the footwalk of their j
nerved up in a style .that, would have done bridge across the Allegheny, river in proper respectfully Invited to attend.
credit to the most celebrated purveyors, repair, according to the agreement between i Kllints-Ou Feb. 2tst, ism DshUEL RIIIINtt
About five hundred persona feasted to satiety, the city and said cempanv. Adopted. at Wilkins lotruship, In the Cd rear orals age.
and left many baskets of fragments. Mr. G. N. Miller resented II resolution In-' The reneml eill m.k. pate. on rtnpelt, aid Ito 4,
After replenishing the inner man, and cage- I strueting the Committee on City Property to ' nt i o'clock. r. n., from hi" reoldettee. one MIA
ging in pleasant *Octal Intercourse, the assem. Inquire into the practicality or erecting ; from Burton's Station, on nu Wlll.lnsbur
bly repaired again to the Maly of the church dwelling houses upon the grounds surround. ; and ptoceed to Lteulai C hu reit. All irtends a iiit lo
of and enjoyed a. • feast of reason. In the form in the Weyer Works,tor the accommodation 1 _ _
of spirited addresses from VOL and Dr. J. B. oft he eninn and other employees of mid r`•
1 ea to attend.
Clarke; Revs. S. B. Reid, W. J Reid, W. R. works, and feet lmrt at the next meeting of I _.........,-----
Andrews, C. A. Dickey, and E. H. Stevenson, Councils. Adepts:it
which were intemperSed with some vocal mn- ; Mr. Megraw ofibreel a resolution which wan
de ender th e , sad of Mr. Robertson. adopted, instructing the Co mmittee on
*At a late boat the assembly adjourned high. • Wharves and Landings to prevent the Pitts.
ly cieligtited with the evening's entertain. burgh, Fort Wayne and icsro Railroad
meats. Company from obstructing any of the wharves
or landings holenging to the city
Mr. George N.3lßler preaentedbilleamount.
Mg to .900, for Improving the General Grant
Eels, .the House.
mr. Hanna stated that under the city ordt.
nancetrall oontracta amounting to over twenty
dollar:slam:11d be given out by ;moonset!, and
moved that the h i lls; be laid on the tables.
Mr. Falhauber offerede resolption Instruct
ing the Mayor to issuirlis proclamation, call
ing a special city election, to be held on the
d'laapft,y of Mardi, for the purpose of
determining whether the frame bull/Mfg law
shall or shall bepealed. - Adopted. S.
C. concurred, p rov id edthe election b ee held at
the usnal_places of holding election, and by
the reg ular elettlon bilkers.
Mr. anningdam offered an ordinance, des
igen ng how theelty,police shall beappointod,
which was read and referred XI Police Corn.
The Councils then adjourned.
itorrdylant in Alleghetsyt or the
On Thursday afternoon an affray of a very
cartons charnetcr occurred in the First Ward
Allegheny city, under, the following circuit:-
stances : it. appears that a German pnrabaseft
lend of grain at the Pearl Steam Mill, and
while driving oft with his load, one of the sacks
fell dpon the A number of ything men
who chanced to be passing at the time, wit
noised the occurrence, took 'Possession of the
sack, and wore abott making off with It, when.
they were approached by Mr. R. T. Kennedv_, '
• proprietor of the mill, who remonstrated with'
them on tbelr conduct: - upon this, the roughs
attacked Mr. Kennedy, and beat, him severely,
though not seriously. A son of Mr. Kos, who
repaleed to his rescue, ono also beaten about
the face and he. together Wan his father, was
cotopelleti tO draw off, upon one of the party
:producing a large d irk orimtcher Imife, which
he attempted to toe.
Information of the affair was lodged at Alm
Mayor's °Mee. and after a search of about one
hour two of them were ferretted out by
cere,Jos. Campbell and Scott, and proved to
be John licUmtny,. and gobert Meirarahan.
They were loitering on the corner of 'Federal
and Laeock streets, and 'anon the °facers ap.
preached they /Ted to a vacant lot, in the vt.
dotty, where the latter overtook and captured
them, , after considerable , of a struggle. , Scott
conducted hicKarahant4 the tombs, but Me
l:kat:ay snoceeded- in breaking tome from
Campbell's grasp,, and started on run..
had proceeded but a shert distance; when the
°Meer dretc.a revetver'and *com,pelled -his
— prisoner , to stand, , lie. watt Salted,
but, after walking few steps, ..cornmeneett
to straggle deliberately4ltith, bid custodian;
oodles some' ten Minutes. It , kas' doubtful
Wilether :he:would..be 'taken or, not, '=acrd
McKnight and lima; opportunely 'Made their I,
appearance, -however, and the loan a.as soo n
ascot:sod In.tile:..tombs,',Whereite remain.
etig. -,13 9 11 / I ftift when ,a hearing, will be
sießintny Leon but a Men; tram
theartay. .Was'identilled by, Mr:Kennelly
istplOthers;as the one dourlatiedtbe knife
The tllo4 . ll.r.Kerinedy was cowardly,
:anktine.allett for,:and. as. be Itas preferred A
charge. Of. Agar:seated', assault , nod :battery •
against the parties, we prestffne they will.pith.
er-have to give competent or , be commit:'tad Par Court. - - .
.''The Charlie Against ate. * -
The pithtumatlon In our, paper a day or two
• deuce,thitt:llp:lainem had smelted
dud compelled, to Oro ,hall upon - a charge or
the larcanyAt a wagon, was improper anoluu:
Jullt - A 4thrqo chrs exiat between him and
... . .
I other Par,Mell ".0 th e ' title to a wascm,..bet
• • -
Ile &domination can only. be. urrlved: at'o n
the civil aide of the coort,, , ln fact, the wagon
watt stolen &Om the - prolate/es of Mr. Etlll, on
WedneadtkrAlghf. ; Mr. 11111 Made infOrMation.l
bereft tintAlayer,; obtained a search ' warrant,-
found Ilia wagon; and luta , now 'la* ha paves.'
alon *of taw =Me. charge. Orlatcany Las
been madeberm did Mayor agalnstethe par.;,
Una in *nose . pNitiesaloll It WWI- found, and
they Are now tuuler:ball.tOanower.the charge.
We may state, Mt Mita connection, that .the
pnblicattcut maw Atada...lhadvemtentli. And -if.
we: lad known' tho Amts. no they_ really. es lit,
thaelarge would not hart!. Welk inade
without the kitteesatury.eaplanatlon. To thoae.
irtur.know.Mr. WM. IVIM,ho. 111 Illooemaerg for,
on to sXy that Ids character le aberei d eproach. -
He IS a genuennan'ot honoboadlAte ty. and
haring fore° many, ears matntain a aga,
eater for iiimot
May, at thim la ` daYi • elm doe' Ida good.
name 'by loingt alinat °Pen to; charge mg
disreputable as to alleged again him,
Bold Bobbery—Tbree Hundred Dollars
- gtoleur r,4!
Anotlfet extetedve tobbityi r the tertletdats
°Adds& have bein , kugt teilatkibkV 4010 600 •
ourreci PI4 11 011)03 . a fort , dayipago..rt ap.
piarathat.ilDeiri:Pattdiscs & Day, ebiallsolo
ersins Federatistreet," bad Iplaeed some thaw
lomdred della= In Abase% at the less of the
store, tbedoor of *bleb iraslettitandlng open.
Olt.looklng tor.the Money short time after,
It wee holed tobelnlaitegg remensbia,;
ad that a young man Cho keeps' a mere aotne
distance rnthe any had- bem lett in themt•
elnlir ti lit th e aitei•sthllst the proprietors were
Wel in a. somber ID ber customers, abd he.be•
Jug usPtilegh was ysatarday arrested by oil
eer Bowden, and nekr for a bearing before
Mayor Idarrleork We refrain Irons siring the
more tt theDarty arrested, until a Siring Is'
M-8144mM be prove Innocent, It Id - be '
d U oWatios lelnstleeake defendant haexare,
wars Suataitted a gr reputation forlaseerky,".
PRICE THREE CENTS.
. , ,
, Aur . wo . linn . r o t turn from the MI.:Well:: thounbt of
Amnsemessta. ' . i
.. ..!_tLtu t f in tne remind our • r eery •or ten
Tannerte.—/iless Julia Daly appears to be as : — "" 7 P ''' ''''' .
larch or a it
favorite with the theatre going . ,
nubile as some.of her predecessors, and she '
Idle the hone° nightly to witness her great : •
1 character or Our Female American Cousin..
Mr. Saln • Ityasi- , has also - incorporated himself , I S
' IntOillegOal'graees of the Flttiburgh public. D i a-,.,„,„ ...,.
To-night the Mil will be varied, as It la the co- ~h . . .i, -,c 7— r t,76o „ raffrx.,,M* 4,o" , iih t " 411.. .,
, cation of - ldherDaty , s benefit., and, the peeler- I briled i ConrerPtfall enor Stem alreptlY 11111er eel*.' '
meows will . consist, of :the condo Mili
tary drama or the Child of the Regiment, and , -
the Fool Of the Family:' Mr. Myatt 'appears as
°Minima in - Dodging fora Wife. In addition' ' • •
to the other 'attractions, we may mention In
this cenneetlon that, Major tleneral Sweeny. 1 T.
-Pohl= StOnstarY of War,together with other -w-- see 411 ::)pers, I - louse.
celebrities of the Fenian brotherhood will be ,
present.' ' ' ••• • •
' I There own
Ara nod elliOlit suy , ertAerittalltAdo
(Omni. lionelt.—Thls evening the ever popu-', to my own order. warranted superior r any
lac: Laura ' Retina Minis :her farewell benefit. , lb, ley: and s ehellettge of
The piece seleoted for the occasion la-the newt
littlx Inama,- entitled .The wives of /rebind, I , .
.or thepthogli." Mai Keene's - Mine se Isaac- . ' . , 4..,(1
trust- le 'too well attested to need any cum.' ,
meat from tia.'"Sio matter in what character - $ 5OO .111,EW -•'-'''
she may appearthere-willbe a desire to Bee ,
her, that seldom attends Ure advent of AnAte I
tress. Handsome; piquant; natural and easy, , is enema to produce Itl good flood* rot ow:wont tat
she pcnulossas webers:is that ;•So_irreoleneble., I* end Cl !ht. celebrated emporloM.
Het . Martha Savage...ln '.11,t0
,Workmen of 1 : •
Now York,. will long be reureMbered. • Mr.
Harry Hawk, Who supporta her in her differ
ent eltaractera„, la a gre-at acquisition, and
merits the pop ularity he has acquired.
LA itATATYL RALLY-4111 amount; of the• hall
having been:engaged on2hursday and Friday
nights for brillsi. the great . exhibition of .110,
Evoyis Ribernicon, or a tour in Ireland, - was
however,e. On Sattirday - afteinoon
- and night the exhibitioriwill be re
' surged, and alao mi - Monday 'and Tuesday' of
net week. _This - exhibition has mot with
• great success eliewhere, and although it has
!Medved a liberal mitronage hern, the attend
'• mice wonld dbulitleashaVe bean much greater
bad Mr. BIDET have been 'able to have ob.
tallied - Mason , H M
aIL : s impersonation of
Barnarrthe gut els wall worth the price of ad.
miseiOn .40 sAY- iti:.iii.9r plc llllltileal enter-
• . •
The: ow Nikreleits 81111-31feenris of the
The clergymen Of PlttaSiirgh, Allegheny •
aud`rleinlty arn' feituoste'd tit meet In 'the lee
ture room of the Second PrealSrlerlall Church.
a(Rey. Dr. Howard%) on Friday, the. Sal Inet„
t Weloelr, .1.:16:;to take salon - lw.gefererece
1477 :4: 1 ;: " F t.t e po Ax " : 1 :11" ., 1 8 O . Wash,
Tim i tivAid the tap
. 1111 eetbariTtiece:'.who remember Mr.
Trien.sidirrimg lecoh lan .winter in favor of
:09151 etorenlas-V= ll lnirell 0 4 M3tages - for
American laborers, "Moira= rennari 7
:Wilda 'at tiM own expense amine%
Anemic': akChicalko will 'beam° to turnenb:
too:Light:to irear - tair chenititein•ertrish..s a :
tionalliT, American industry , and uncommoi'
easing enemy of teadyisinto England..-Them
no Dail. in town larg encrughlte meet, xbe
crowd. The Philadele tuipers eay .t h uAca „ ...
any of Music was' ammed on Tuesday night .
when -111 r; grainEsok ine
elat the tuillr et- the'
Preis Tan t The ravenixte.settelre.
bum, learn t thic hr weigh, 10t.r..
te Wrn: ill apeak will be deth designated bye:Lemke
has oppmaw ;Chatsbarlata, Sm... or Nay
Brigutatt. Juilso tor th e new, andlMa dlstriat
composedor Wathigigtodazuk 'Bearer:
LITADAVOZOXIX411110:01.VI, 011r;,111th ,
Deeealbgext. An e lects
11 174" 1
be 110/1/ In ,tobe;••
+-TEEN- INZIKELIT GAMUT&
I 'rim "non , 15 114 Vavato. "
edition 11l rimy auted Islitch Rf 4 naidi ty Mb. ;.•
ember. loolieet Se the nelf/
ettgle erplet la • a
aolo or thetaja
Clete of ten and Writ& 111
1 Thse Pt . • • - Mg/eating:4.Tbm* gribeili c lid.c.:
be no fallinfroff in the Interelfterfell4lng ~
'Meetings, and Last night the creed in a
0..0,0t the as great &s kit' ithylptroVitmilelltdd '
Leta- aireasert i .tr reef ttig&igkr ..,'''
same grounds as those wharf sab -1 . '
Dears to be no dtalculty vrhatoter lEflaltiliabile_ 4
eintermit aid, and we s toga hell Air pampa:
nstderably if P ittaburgielfighteen - do tier;
ntributk as ouch to the bind In imepoilifesr
to her population, as any city In the Un en.
~ et the stunning toe:sight, an entrance fee; of
14 tents will be demanded.
MI off very quietly: 'A number of ntOres Irate
efosed daring the afternoon, and it numberelt ,
htuildings were handsomely decorated with
Hags. The banns and Post Office were el Mill
but, Independent of a tee usaluted lastimesta s .
the business of the day. Wats carried Mlle
aslant. In the evening the bull of the iiteseert
Mink and Ladder Company I V lIA the attractive
- - .
' I TERM...A ru.
....rat and soon o n . • e :14
ante....117:14Z grl;lMai. Pellets Min e
to ae~eet Muhl Lola wur aPpl typ B .l. s thum , d
2 " 4411t 121'..7;1117.; mi t gear, fa to
tv/ t renoourof the undn i red. corner of /edam
sad W ad itreeta, e z ty kzti..
Beem an amitfressurer,
:HEAT EXCITERIEN't •
tiorcay bee been the acme of many aurinoile, in
mate and reorders of late, and It la moat gratiryind
to know that we cannot charge any - or that terrible
From 11.0 e. a Pair Virvarii.
$26S*O TUOIISAND .114111414 .1111a:x
MAXI TBOIYAAND DOLLA*
2 0.000 .THOIMAND . 001.1.414
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:01000firthe °pow *UN.-
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aad la goat repeat, Tintlol.la b, bar_
no aino r..
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location belt:ion a ottani clarotimtazilealq„,i .
.ittO &coon= ta It mom &simian