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COJTAYMIINA, Rasmus MANAGIM.
PHILIEHHEBT THE GAZETTE 41180014 WON,
AG POTH BTaarr. Pittsburgh.
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ETIMING EDITION, do. lOD
Obnovi by Darden, YOnyllyro or le/Inrixo, per
Zlic Wittoburgh 6azettr.
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♦t Faltch's Drag Store, N 05.67 and 89 Fifth stn.
85,00 Polish Boots
selling for 13^ a pair, at 9! Federal .treet.
And shoes 'Alper cent. below oost, at w 2 Feder
• Good News.
Great bargain. In boots and aboes.at Fed
Time ISM Vetoed,
Thar anybody setts boots and shoes as cheap
as McClintock, 92, Federal street.
Main tang. McClintock Is selling boots. and
shoes at 92 Federal street, for leas Mein cost.
All Ritat I
The President Ia sustained. So Ia Sawyers
tissues' Soap, the best washing and shaving
Neutral Sulphite of Limo,
For preserving elder. For sale by Charles Sa
yler, Druggist, corner of Penn and St. Clair
Will and this a good time to buy, as Barker S.
Co., are.offertng extra inducements this week
Iy Dress Goods, and all kinds of Staple Goods,
All Wool Delolnoo
Double width, all colon, as low as they ran he
purchased In the East. on the north, ea+t cor
ner of Fourth and Market streets.
C. 11,itior LOVII a
Of Dress tioods, that ever took place in onr
will come off this week at Barker .t Co's.,
59 Market street.
The Great Clearance Male
Of Winter Goods, at the Boot and Shoe
House of South d Ross, No. 6 Market street,
which has been to progress for the last week
wlll be eontlimel one week longer. Now 14
the time tOseeure bargains In Boots and Shoes.
Every-one should avail themselves of this op -
portinitty. Remember the place, South .t
Rose, 133 Market street, near Fourth street. •?t
Brownloir A •wotlOtlon
It Is with pleasure that we announce to stir
readers that by the urgent request of many of
our citizens the exhibition given by the Brown
ing Association, on last Friday evening, will
he repeated nt the Chapel of the Pittsburgh
Female College, on Friday evening, March
with the addition of several new and attrac
tive scenes. The last exhibition was a deci
ded success, and we know our renders will
hall the announcement of its repetition with
pleasure, and avail themselve a of this oppor
tunity I. witness Um splendid tableaus, be
sides aiding a wortLy Institution. Tickets for
sale at C. C. Mellor's, Wood street,
A fall line, on the northeast coiner of Fourth
and Market etreotc.
L. ANBO9 Loved BRO
A Timely Warning to the Sick
It is especially important at this time, Si' hoe
the markets of the United Slates tire flooded
with the direst poison., under the name of
imported liquors, and when domestic com
pounds purporting to be medicinal, but not a
whit Item pernicious, are heralded to the world
en “soverelgn remedies," that the public
should fully understand the facts, Re it
knows, then, that while all the diffusive stim
ulants called liquor. are impure, and all the
Threes containing alcohol are manufactured
with a fiery article captaining amyl or Joan
oil, a merle/ poison, licu.etter's Celebrated
Stomach Ilittets contain none of these things,
but a combination of pore essence of Rye with
the mare Juices of the most valuable stomach
le,antl.billona, and aperient herbs and plants,
and that as a safe and rapid remedy for Dys
pepsia and all its kindred complaints, this
preparation stands before the world without
wriest or competitor. Its males today are
equal to the combined sales of all the other
tonics advertised In the United States, and
the certificates which authenticate Its useful
ness are signed by iron viduabi of the highest
standing In every professional calling and
walk to life. Rew - art. of Imitations and im
llostetter . • Bitters
an/ gold wholesale and retail at very low rates
at Fleming•s Drug mud Patent Medicine Depot,
No. at Market street., corner of DA Dlamood
and Fourth street.
Neutral Sulphite of Lime.
For preserving cider. For sales by Cherie
super, Druggist, oOrner of Pens &DA St. Clair
Fall mud Winter hoed■
It is with great pleasure we call the atten.
tan of oar readers to the subperb stock of Fall
and Winter Goods just received by Mr. John
Weer, Merchant Tailor, No. 15..8 Federal street,
Allegheny. His stock embraces some of the
most beautiful Cloths, Cassuneres, Overcoat.
'togs and Vestunta aver brought to the western
Market. HD assortment of Furnishing Goods,
comprising Shirts, Drawers, Collars Neck Ties,
flandkerctuelts, de., cannot be surpaseed east
or west. X. large stock of ready mad Pants.
Costa, Tests and Overcoats, will also be found
to his establishment. Femme in want of any
thing to the clothing tine should not fail to
give Mr. Water a cafe.
Pearls and Robles
White teeth cropping from out of ridges of
ruby, • breath spicy as the airs from Araby
the Blest. Who can resist such fascinations
To realize them, to perpetuate them, to make
the mouth a casket of pearls and rubles, and
every sigh a gush of fragrance, all you have
to do, fair ladies, is to use that matchless vege
table production, Fragrant Bosodont.
Practical Slate Roofers, and Dealers In Ameri
can Slate of surto= colors. Office at Alexan
der Langhlinis near the Wll2Ol . Works Plat,.
burgh, Pa. Residence, No. 78 Pike street. Or.
den promptly attended to. All work warrant
ed water proof. Revering done at the short
eat notice.' No charge forrepairs, provided the
roof ts not abused alto. Is put on.
Carpenter Jobbing Shop
Having returned after an absence 01 Lb • •
years In the army, I have re-opened my shop
for all sorts of Jobbing in the carpenter line
at the old stand. Virgin Alley, between Smith-
field street and Cherry Alley. Orders solicited
and litelliPtlY attended to.
Neutral Sulphite or Lime,
For preserving elder. Far sale by Charles
super, Druggist, corner at Penn and St. Clair
600 New Pholorrephe,
Reeeived yesterday awl or.tu c, a Pittoc
From Tense and Louisiana.
NSW 0111.1“.11S Feb. hi. —Glotreetort—An arti
cle in 055 constitution was ordered to be en
gtassed involuntary servitode, ac
cept for crime, protecting African descend
ants in their right of props ty, and allowing
them to testify in courts by a vote of 50
Interior berme agents report that armed
bands are defying the United States soldiers,
and maltreating laborers. Forces have been
sent to their ret Crops work about to be
abandoned, and the freedmen remoF4L to a
plasm of safeti.
many compound interest counterfeit notes
are in circulation, dated February 15, lest Sev
eral arrests wore made.
The Arteriole Times, of January 27th, says
Several ez-confederates have arrived at Cor
dova to Bettis. The American polouy, near
Martian is doing Weil knd are planting retten.
A Portuguese colony 11 Settling at Eluachin
Treasury agents at Shreveport are taking
measures to send all the cotton stored there,
which has not pro permits, to New Orleans.
The steamer Missouri, for Sew York, and
Concord, for Boston, leave to-morrow. The
steamers Gambia and Moravian leave on Bab
day for Liverpool.
Stove Founders • Meeting
ILLSANY, feb. 88.—The Stove Founders of
Albany, Troy and Buffalo, held & Meetir:E w a.
Troy last evening, for the purpose of lait
initiatory steps toward al national ergs a,
tiou, for the purpose of resisting the demands
of the Iron moulders, and Wring such steps
as shall protect their mutual interests. The
meeting was fully attended.
auction Salo of Coal
New Tome, Feb. 2S.—By order of the Delo.'
ware, Lackawanna' and Western Railroad
Company, SOAR tons of Scranton coal was sold•
at auctiontaday. The auctioneer stated that. she commusi would °patinae these sales;
tensing - their coal to market just as soon us
is can be got from the rubes,
VOLUME LXXX.---NO. 50
officraL MEXICAN NEWS xxxiik th CONGRESS-FIRST SESSION.
VERY LATEST TELEGRAMS.
‘VAARIXOTON CIT), FCtI . 2J . 1. 0 66.
PRESIDENT AND THE TEST MATH. French to Evacuate Chihuahua. ! Sir. Wilson introduced a Joust resoiation, to
fix the rate of mileage for Waters travelllng
• public duty, which wan referred loth° Coln-
EXTRA POLICE FORCE AT THE CAPITOL. THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. mitten on MLlttary Affairs,.
• Ya .h t t r ent;: ro z 'laid before the Senate.
. • es. presented a memorial of the
IMPORTANT DISPATCHES FROM TEXAS /Atter ric to with the President..
California Legislature, asking for certain
1 . R( TUl„tn. , amendments .onaerrdto to b t e pri hePa u c te ifle railroad bill, which
Mr. Stewart presented the memorial of the
lINETM OF IRE IRON LSD STEEL ASSOCIATION' m N' ln v' erul d“ con ' en t rre th nt e L le so ° ln i
APPOINTMENT OF VOLUNTEER NAVY OFFICE As
THE TENNESSEE SENATORS
THE ST. LOUIS POSTMASTER.. TIME A RI
--- ti reo, the .at of the national government Mr. Conners called up the bill to grant public
of Merico, has been received 'here up to the lands to aid In the Construction of a railroad
2,1 in, The French column which had start- from Ra
and the Cabinet yto n Francisco Bay in
Butler . ed from Chihualme to MI Paso returned to. California, which was ass Sa ed.
Chill notion, untl It was understood that all the On motion of Mr. MTArti, the Senate took up
the bill to grant nubile lands to aid in the
ee , French troops et the city of Chihuahua were
construction of a n dail to the Pacific,
APPLICATIONS hR parup, kp,Ny wit - v.\ at.”. I Ica, in g that state, of which they hold through MlasOuri Arkansas, by the South
old y Ihe rapital. ern route wnich bill incorporates the atlantic
and Pacific Railroad Company, and authorises
The intimations are, from what h. molten it to
contract a rtulrOad from Springfield, ,
New' 'V oah, Feb. tta—The Pribune's IS easing- .
from menthe, of the Reconstruction Commit- AllaSOUri, to the Pacific Covet, by a Southern
ton special says The President was called
ter . I hat a bill will snow be reported from the route, and grants every alternate section of
upon last night by a Congreasman and a Stole al ng tile route to aid in the wOrk.
latter pi °riding for the recognition of the
l' Tt i [tae conclosionof the reading of the bill
Senator, both from New York. In th e course state of Tennessee, and the consequent ad. the Morning hour expired, and further con-
of th e converimtion the President said flint m ,,,,,,,,,, ~i ~,,,, ~,,,,,,,,,,,, ~,,,,, I,,,p eenett m t i, es sideration of it was postponed untd tumor-
the test oath wait n little too severe; that mans ,
to I ongress.
' Mr. Fessenden , from t. Finance Committee, I
of those that had participatial in the rebellion v.,.
p,. ,. po.,ment. ~ y
I the House until the
:reported the Naval appropriation 811 l for the
were good men to represent the southern ,
~. senond Tuesday tat April, of the proposed , ensuing year welts certain funendinents,which
States in Congress, and that the test oat&
ought not. to be applied to them. lie telde,t t olnitiLethirlitl if ruendinent, In relation to
'''' Mr7 der Johnson bn be pre p e r ien inte ted d. the credentials Of_
the lirOteet lon of life, liberty and propertY, Wm. F. Perry, Senator elect from South Carcir
that a mere oath to support the consti
tannin was all the was necessary, for the man 'v
regarded by man,' Members of Congress as Iltia, which were ordered to lie upon the table.
t " . nt A eoncurrent resolution that no Senator or ,
a defeat of lee measure, tit least in the prase u.0pr, ..,
tative, from a lately seceded State,
who world take that oath was a loyal man I
o while the majority oilmit that the prin- «hall be admitted until Congress shall hove I
As to the ConstiVtional Amendment, the ;Pau , iet , should be enforced. They are not all recognized such State entitled to represents-'
President said that no constitutional amend- agreed its to the moans ',commended by the lion, tells taken up.
meet aught to i n s passes mall the public mind comniittee on Ree - mat traction to that end. Mr. Nye, of Nevada, took the door. In the j
shoold be quite free from excitement, and the
This afternoon a cent in 'aloe of gentlemen present crisis be Said the best mode of action ,
f roze peiladelphin, With, the auspices of the tuns a firm adherence to simple principles.
southern States represtufted to Congress. iorreell'age library t °meetly, salted 'pun the The first duty requires ns to act not for the
In consequence of the turbulent dialmsltion President to present the resolutions of a indemnity for the past, but for security for ,
manifesty come portions of the people In meeting held nn the _inn a( February, neer.- the future. We ought not fall to examine '
W.hington it has Well nee.sury to pit( on ,ng the raeteratem polity of the admlnistra- what was the CILIUM of the conflict that has'
an extra police force at toe Capitol during the clop, and the present position occupied by the tilled the hind with widow's and mph.. and '
hours Of session. . Pre,dent. is vast accumulation of debt that will ' hang
Gen. Comstock, of Gen. Grant's stall, line ai- Al, Marshall, Chairman of the Committee, over us as as Incubus on the Wilmot industry
rived at Washington from Tex. with Import- said the meeting which piorael r h o resolution,. of the 'country- It is no time to gloss over or 1
alit reports for the Lieutenant General. wits s Ithotit distinction of party , and In the attempt to palliate the motives in which the I
Thy Lieutenant General ached Washing -cone,' tat his speech remarked, “ie e will rebellion originated. It is necessary that we '
ton vesterday morning and at ortee erre , ..... 1.51 . tam., bv You, them rather as censerrative should take these motives trite strict account !
to his headquarters, where he in nos bed ly , •ingens - than as partizans, We will stand by in order fully to understand how to prevent a 1
engaged_ with military attains. sou ii... Peun+yiyannans—as Pennsyl v a n ia el- recurrence of Beebe rebellion.
Te Tribune's WaStangtoll special also sore: way's nino.l Inc Andrew larkson—never teeing Mr. Johnson, of Maryland, at the lose of i
There was a prOtriteted 5e...10110t the ttilunet Mini In his honesty at purposeto do what was Mr. liye'a remarks, moved that the further
s - esterilay, at which all the members were i ight. :ind his ties& bid° 11, and never to sub- consideration of the subject be postponed ill'
present. Telt to abet vies a rung, and his ability to pre- to-morrow.
Rumors are In circulation that a &ows, veto R." Mr. Fessenden tieprecated the slow manner
difference of opinion exist, between the See- Ti.,' erestilent responded as iolloe c'l shall in which the debate progressed. Re asked
rotary of the Treasury end the Con' roliet et lire, attempt, gentlemen, 10 make a forinol re- bow many speeches were yet to be made no
the Currency, both in respect to the thitint.l pis-. I beg amt, e simply to t &ink you for the the other side. He gave notice that to-mon
policy and new political phases. Liminess you lint e slit, n towerds me and the row he would ask the Senate to not until it had
Thesstaternent which has gained enrrenc, , ne,,,,,,,genieto ,nu face given me by your are paused the resolution, no matter how late
that the St. Louis postmaster was refused con- prim:limn or my 'node. policy as it has been that mat' he.
hrmotion on account or an unfrien d ly feel leg presented to the ion- Moral 101 l of the country. Mr. Hendrick, of Indiana, said the propoti
towards the President, and the( hi., r,,,,,,te5t, I can only .ray tent I i rusalreour confident,. line lice of Mr. Fessenden wad unfair Several
was intended tui a rebuke to the President. is not "eta inlsrlie'ed: end tau but point you 'pooches were yet to be made on his (Mr..
untrue. It was ascertained th at the gentle- 1., [a) pus cause, an my patine prOteniga- Hendrick's, side of the House. 1
Man nominated for that office was personally non iii the talne,pl, by w !Itch lam guided as Mr. Johnson withdrew hismotion to post
hostile to both of the Missouri S e nators, and it n , , men,. of s hat no future course will be pone, and Mr. Steward, of NeVada, spoke '
In accordance with it long established Usage Is ti.ia behooves every man to apply himself to on the pentlinsconeurrent resOletion. He did
of mat holy lie was selected upoo that tat- the dilllcoll I•lnk tai linderstanaing the real not believe the resolution very important in '
eumstanet• and neon other, anti the President , mei anon et toe &met ry, and to apply the Itself or at /my other time, but in the present I
was so informen. true remedy for id les ..1 hut *Min. by a faith- condition of the public, It was of vast tumor-
bThu Ilaefd, Washington ..peeini so, 1 1 , 11 obsel , an, anal eilfo,eteent of the Con- tance, considering the breach between the
ill prepared In accordance a Ith &are ~,,,,,,,,, , ittution, and the his • 1111A111. In palmate, President and CO ,nar ems This resolution was
fthe secretary of the Navy to red nett c the th,,,,f, I, I, a . ,„..,,a„• ..or 0h . 1.-et to nod a like a rivulet trickling down the mountain
appointment of certain volunteer offieera in ti, , i; ing pin-ter. cri-esteeldt, With thew ound side, capeble now Of being turned aside with a
the navy, has been con,,id e red The Hon-, i hat a n. , Man-tea on the body politic. We spade, but it was possible to augment into a
Naval Commit tee agreed to report It to the t lion gii tar had foiral 11. and, still thinking , current of discOrd, d.hing down into an ocean
House. It provides that in tone of peace the .m we •Imil pursue and persist in our policy, of trouble.
number of Rear Admirals of . th e active hoc
''null the great result Is accomplished, or It Mr. Steward proceeded to LliSell.99 the Presi•
the navy shall be redneed whenever any ellb ...II be defeated by a honor over ellieb we derive policy, reviewing it at length, and con
e& of that grade shall be removed by death et .hall ini, e no eon t. 01. I thank vOu. gentle- /Analog lan remarks with the statement that
resignation or otherwise, and attehrl
. men, far in, ~,,,,,t,g t ion and enenurageutent since the dilatory resolutions hail been agreed
moral shall not create a vacancy i l'' ~,„ h a a ~ ex iendxil to ate on thin OCettalan. and spot., speeches might as well be made upon
be tilled SO long an pence continues I repeat. that I hole • and trust your confidence the pending resolution as upon any other.
, That promotion to the grade of rear ntintirid ti.,- not been in ispineea. HO dialed that eleven States had been tie
on the retired list nhull l'e sonde by the sett , - The yam!. menthe,. et the Comni I nee were dared in Insurrection. Mr. Lincoln's pro.
lion, by n hoard of rear admiral& of thine then int rod te, ,I pet smially to the President, elainailon doolaredThe people tube in Maur-
I eommoriorea from the retired list us most and 1,1 d v.l much pleased with their inter- rectioe, not the States. It was Mr. Lincoln ,
I n orthy in point of character. ability all.: hen- , ~,, . theory that the people might rebel, het the
enable mervlce, one of whom shalt be ...ieetell The CT.. I nit' , if tile Treastlry . J ityt issileil States could not. In conformity wiz, thin
Jiy the President and neat to the Seeute for Lie behoving ~ I rmilar to the Collectors ot Cus- theory, lie went BO for as to authorize one
' eradlrmation. That of the number of Ito, oat- t ono.. and When, In relation to the tenni.- tenth of the people of any rebel State to form
core of the navy On the Retire list, nee lies Ima of the re, lil r, It "eat): it in% al Slate govermtlent.
tenant comnitutders, twenty lieutenants, 1111> ro. knt.' in par AII.TI(UNT, i Thew ar, Mr. Steward saki, was prosecuted
masters anal seventy-dye ensikens shall be Mt-
At.i . r .,, Ist, I.lk-1 i for the mainteuanee of the laws, and the in
in , t :: d s . o f r. " 1 . 2.,? ‘ .7. E'11 i 7 e r2 ,.. r i . :„," 7 0 h r u t s n .. e o -I . j . ' , . * ;,, d iO, ',
~• , .t . ', ~. Ten of orli ink ised Oita the tafr l l ,, t , y ,
, c . t . f
m t p hz
iir li e n , i t o l n n :n t i , :i t 1 the .,,, cannelti
mett. i 1, , , , „ ,
A beard of ofTleurs in to ...mint' end . ...lerr !' r , ', i I ; i" . ',':,',. • t: „.,': ' ~.:,' . ..7. r 'h ,," i t r aai ' -,: a t s 'L",, l , operation in It and he did not propose to
the candidates. Any ofneer who has ...reed r'' '''',' - "," 1. ,' i ' . i ' ,.t- I 'l ',l- 4 .' r n a ‘' l ' l ' l ' ..
'plrat chew whit worth:nos. lie dented the power of
for two years has the right to appear before 'o' i ':'``
,''• ; ' ... T', 1 , 1 , -- " ~', ~i',,'„„„,„ „', itiii any State to withdraw
i t n be o l: e oarili reg. : l n .r d n las av e y xamlnel for appoth (Meet '',,','..,;,:,.,,,,..,°," ',,,',,„", :h ~ ,1,.,,,,,,,,„,„, t;, mr.l.OnlteSia [Mired Ar. Stetrart how Many ,
.. , n „ w,l, 1 ,1,,,..,. 0 .,,,,,1e r lorat men there worn li. South Carolina when
After the Collatitut tonal Amend Intuit is .1 , -- u t :,';', '''' ,'" 1 ' .„,e' . ,,,,,, ~,,,,, .„ I .„.„. , ,„,, ...later Lvi, tired on, or how ninny when Sher.
posed of to-day, the Blaine trill lake up, toe :l"" T"
.„,,,., , „„,, ~,,,.,„„, ~e ,I s . man arched to the sea.
Loam RIO. and will probably pass the +Med i. , a1e' . : „,, ' , 11 ,, , , i 5 •
, r ,,,,, 0 ,,,,, • ,,,,,, ~,,_ Ng, step nod said that lie hod led lulten it
tete, Offered by Sir. Stevens, for the regular
::, ' ,l ie., ~',. tin ,- I . afte l the leth Ina , Into the vensu• of sooto carollmi. He sae disaissliig
liltl, from thin Wars and Means L ommittu • t •,,,,,.,, ~,,,,,., ~,,m the ti r o ~i, pi.ome re s ot genera! pi ineiples. It there was ono loyal
The substitute restricts the illseretion of the
..,, . , , lth o„, „,,,,,,,a,er, and man In the Stale, he had ii. right to the pretties
Secretary of the Treasury. and omits the for- . ;,,,..,,,?T i, ,„ ~4,,,,,,,,,,,„) . 00 ,tpettistt, tie i 1011 of . the government
mo . , 1
elfin loan clause.
.1J °r and aetertnining the clivelifleation Al `,11.1p M tl I i 1. e o n, j ,
ei The riot& Washington slieffial ooy. oo , t ~, ga '„1„ , „ . ,,,, , 5,.. ~..., ~,,„ ,l a ,, o e eter s Mn, Fessenden demanded the jet. and oat,
Sunnily' will complete one year xintk the Sri.,
Il t r ti%stele. The uttn.i.t care shinild 1,0 exec-' on this motion. Yeas, s nays LI.
torn from Tennessee, messes rosier and Pet - .• J.,..1 In determie lug the, • aloe Ili tan} ,I t iotet e , A quorum not voting, 'Sir Clark nmved lb,.
teroim were elected to their seats in the
sar—., .tr., Imported from iter British Pr.- the Sergeant ut Arms request the attendance
United states Senate. It Is hardly ra...--thi , ~,,, i, .i.. eanipetent for Ili.. ittliralSi, ot of aliwent mernher ,
that these gentlemen will 1-c permitted to
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„,,,,,,,,,,,,. 1 ,,, ~.„ ~,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, m e. th „ mie , , L .,,
le moved that the Senate &i
-rate their Peat. before their first nynatorial : :s
n ' txrket ,a,te In the In Inelpal of ether of t lie / 011 m, whirb 'slot &oiled
year shall have expired. The indleatlons Si!'
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1101 . 3 E.
that about thren-fourths of the Seuotors s ili 1 " . ',',. , ' , ,. ” "
H. Mei r 1 Luce,
vote In favor of admitting the Tennetsee . 'I." • ' '1 'be Hoe. rutted the ronsidendion el the
eeereterN Of the Trenton'
members when the motion comes ll 11 pi II 1101iitii i onstitutionnl Amendment. Sit.
The Heresid'a Washington special say. Too Thiel" being entitled to the floor, Mr. &eyens
streets use full of rumors of Cabinet changes asked him to yield, In order that lie might
General Butler's arrival tat thi, parneelar lin, an Important document read.
juncture was aUrnliaeti by Some 1., have epee Mr. Rogers rose at the mine time ton per
determined li' the late break between ll„' ao rtal explanation. He antri he was rep,-
President and his Cabinet, and not It II”, lie- .Lerited lip the A.iwrnted Press as endorsing.
Here he confidently experts a plow shoe& in his spedeh on timidity, the speech of Wm
any vacrancl. occur. His real business here 11. Seward, in Now bur k. Ile did not endorse
is to defend the Govern merit In one or more him or his speech, but Henry J. Raymond's
sults brought up from Indiana tor doubtful No amine having been mentioned, the re
or illegal exercise of authority and power. porter naturally fell into the mistake. the
The Herald. Wanhingtini Special also sLiVn. had not yet forgotton the tiviklk -
Some time ago a board of officers was appoint
ed to examine applicants for the vacancies
among officers of the regular army as It now
wrists. There were about four hundred sun
fifty places-for which eight thousand applica
tions were made. Something like 210 deserv
ing soldiers, many of whom had served yearn
In the army, passed the examinatiOu before
this board. It is stated, however, that the
real nominations for the places have been
made from among the candidates presented by
Congressmen, and who have not passed the
board. These nominations were sent to the
senate restyrday for (suet' rmatton.
LATE FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.
SHENANDUAR CLAIMS DISCUSSED
The Speech of Marshal Fore).
MATTERS ON THE RIO GRANDE
New Pons, Feb. I.4.—DelaiN of the new,. in
the foreign files, shows that In England the
Shenondoah claims wero being discussed in a
considerably altered tone since the publication
of Mr. Soward's last published dispatch on the
The London Timer now speaks of the Brit ish
officers nothing at the transparent frauds. and
allowing the British laws to he, cheated to a
manner that demands inquiry. It alludes to
the Australian authorities permitting a grave
breach of hospitality, and recommends that
the foreign enlistment ant should be at on,
The Paris corrospOndent of the London
Times, w.uting on the 12th last treats St
length the speech of Marshal Corey, and
thinks the signs are not favorable to a speedy
recall of the troops from Mexico. The corms.
pondont expresses his belief that the senti
ments which Marshal Foray uttered, are not
very different from those of the Emperor,
though he declared that ho merely spoke for
Letters from the East Indies, represent the
cotton trade as greatly increased during the
American war. The shipments for five months
alone, during last year, over the Great Indian
Peninsular Railway, amounted to two hun
dred and ton thousand bales, three times the
amount for the same period to the succeeding
New Yonz, Feb. di—The Cornmerciat'i Wash
ington correspondent states that pee of Gen.
Grant's staff, who arrived there this morning
from the RIO Grande, having visited the font=
fications and garrisons, reports matters there
as In a very distracted state, but is of the opin
ion that the present arrangements of General
Sheridan are such as will preserve peace.
Maximilian's envoy is in Washington seek
ing recognition, and endeavoring to concili
ate oar Dublin men. He will be present at the
reception Of the French Minister this morn
The Are In Messrs. Cummings & Lockwood's
Chair Factory, No.'s 423 and 43.6 West Thirty.
Second street. destroyed the factory, together
with Its contents. Loss, 1130,000. Insured.
The Newark and New. Jersey railroad bill,
was passed one Its third reading in the Now
Jersey Senate o4lay.
La the case of Licore vs. Thurlow Weed, a
matted was made In the SnpreineCotirt todnY,
to set aside the !Wl:talon obtained against the
derendanta to restrain them Reim assigning or
parting with eattsiin interesta •th a New r
ice°, end San Franelace. Telegraph Compapy.
The Court reserved itil dekIXIDZI•
Tax on Cation—lneomeo Miempted—The
der 11. Stephens.
Wiantaorms, February . .M.-"The Maya and
"leans POMmittee bare agreed to report a bill
providing fli ng y
!. tamp( Co per pound on cotton,
and allo "sdrisivinscir On manufactured
. eils? a bilreTempting trim
taxation lid incomes under el OW, and taxing
en above that auto at a unlffsiM rate or 5 per
The Commercial's epeeist]. wipe: If Mr. Bing
ham presses. the Constitutional Anaendinent
pc a aoto It VIII ue defeated.
Alec. 4. Stephens is expected at Washington
• rendezvous for our national vessels, and that
negotiations with the Denial authorities have
Win. LloYn Dnielliou'a address—The 1 resulted in securing us of the same, which will
President! aqd Renard Denounced. ,in• of Ininninse value to our government to
Haw TeltE, Feb. n.—Wm. Lloyd Gerd., de. • case of a'aorelgn war.
livered an address in Brooklyn last evening. I -as.
He denounced the President's policy 10 severe . 1 The Fire in Rt. Louis.
tonna. , Ue thought that amatory Seward
; might better nave Yellen under the hand of . Sr. Louts, Feb. , ,Dl—The loss by the burning
the Wanda Payne than to have participated . of Obermeyer's mill yesterday morning, was
. in IlateFhttraday evening's meeting at Cooper' VS,OOO, instead of $,4 000, as Previously re ,
Diattle• ported. It was insured for $2i.500. •
of the Nevada Legislature, asking for the
N ,111, OT On, ro , . orwg from speedy trial of Jefferson Davis. Both were
ordered to be printed.
A 00.1.i1111, toe Iron .01.1 steel kastielation
It as took! itsrlsi, and a• attended hy a num
le.l of taetnis Irno t different p a st s 01 thry
count ra The assoelat ton tottnher two hundresl
end st -Si 4. toenthers.
s representing tut-ne
e..., o.:11- e. in nearl) all the northern
slates. fh. 14,441400 d or the association r 44041
t: r to ask Inures. to WILTII off the
danger Which appeltrs I, threaten the martin
fact to 1111.1 . . 1111,0:1111 01 the tntry.
A delegate front Pennsylvania sold the asso
coition 11,414,1 in orot,c•tSve t&rlI of Rev lilfteen
inc twerp}' donors a tor. 011 iron, at one-fifth of
the market I. 5i11,!.! led 143 - our greatest enemy,
The non:its, of nailer. at the President's
noose to-lay uras unusually !age. Lteutenant
to•rt. 4001. }toward told Croxton, also
Governor Sharkey, Senator elect Iron, .511salss
an mil, and mane 01her members elect front the
recoustructed Claire. loot Interviews with the
The Marine Fire Insurance Company—
Monterey Deserted by French Troops
and Chattanooga Railroad.
iv 1 iraz, Fel , IS —lt is stated in the Err,-
ing "0 that the Zusreess of the Marine Fire
and inland Insumnee Company will not pro
bably Ire resealed, but the Minim of the am
ran) will ill' w 1 / 1 ,1,1 op by the payment of out
ug losses, the wincellation of radicles,
awl the , 11%1M1,11 0/ the surplus among the
stockholder,. The report irf Mr. Horn. states
the aggregate nutria non at te W 44,640,76, and the
luahll hies, Illel rellug outstanding, are said to
leaving a margin of about oh,oou.
After the I:afore:it of all claims, the Company
think the losses will ire found to be mailer
than they Imagined, and the assets greater.
The eaust• of the Polo re is admitted to tie
till' large and hazardous business the Company
has 110111., a hick involved serious tosses. The
Insured n 111 probably receive the amount of
the premiums paid. Thu dook.hOklars may
receive thin y to forty per rent. of the :mortal
of subscription, after the regular losses arc
fetid. Tlitire le likely to be a oondlat , regard
ing the itcceli rr. Julio E. Hackett was ye.
1...-rday named for that office by Judge Bruin
m-il, and this rnertilug Mr. Hackett filed his
1•11111,1 111 the sum of any thousand dollars.
Mr. sum:berry has been appointed on the ap
p 11.11., of the Company and of the Assistant
The lan I. ramie correspondent states that
111.mtery hum no Frenebi troops, and only 500
imperial Mt:nil:1111 troop, The city to nearly
deserted by I.ent inhabitants, who had gene
saltell, abo there wan a French force.
1 he al,aedeement of the place by the -French
troop, owing be Jealounctes on th e part of
Atex.lenn commanders. The people desired
'the Macon, trot.) Jwirnal says: The tirtah
v I Ile and Chultu ~,, okra Railroad have brought
a salt again.t their late Prceldent for permit
t Ing the axe of the road by the late rebel tiov
rn en t llhr¢ager. Its the amount of one mil
lionm dollran arc claimed,
Withdrawal of Weak Deposits—Gain or
New Tone, Fob. u.--some (ante banks have
withdrawn their deposits from the Sub-Treas
ury, while there is a Steady gain of currency
through the levelers from the west. The
street is well supplied with money at call. at
667 per cent, with rather a preponderancy of
transactions at the lower rate. Discount rah
or more active; paper has a freer ourrenoy but
at Jinn rates, prime Wile being at 70)13 per
cent, and goal at nkt9 per cent. It fa impossi
ble toeoneea) the fact, at present, that the
street Is loud and unanimous in MS complaint
against the manner In which the Treasury
gold sale, are conducted. The transactions
are made entirely through one broker,a relit-
Li,' of the hand or the department.. Daring I
the last two weeks, 513,003,000 of gold has been
sold In this *ay nt the ordinary commission of
per cent. Each of the operations have a
filunisome brokerage, which it is very natural-I
I T felt should not be °unlined to any ono
Stocks are tumnlet, except two or three
roads, which aro under clique management.
Governments are quiet.
Gold romaine steady at about yesterday's
quotations. The demand for i customs arc
The Pert nays Wall street is more animated
to-day in consequence of the report which Is
extensively believed, that all loan bills will be
made conductive to inflation, and that the
temper of Congress is hostile to on measures
looking towards the contraction of greenbaok
entrenay. This IC interpreted to Le favorable
to rogher p?iem, and is already Nadi:icing its
effects in stimulating speculation.
It is rumored that the tightness of money,
and the consequent loss of orinllt In London
by some of the leading railway contractors,
may deter for a time the realization of the
scheme of the pins propased by Sir Morton
Pato when in thin country, but nothing is cer
tainly known ,
Harbor for Our Veeeefe oil the (eland of
N cw Yong, February 2S.—Tbe liertilcOs Wash
ington correspondent writes: -It is under
amid that during the late exeprsion or Secre
tary rd to the Wert Indies, he selected a
harbor on the Island to fOrni a
The annual report of the Commissioner On
.ergot..... the tinkling of Mr.
Se w bell, and should he ashamed to CI,
dorso him or his speech, and let it go before
Mr. stevens--"Ile did not eudorse Mr. sew
f. lie endorsed me and Mr. Raymond."
At the conclusion of Mr. Davis' remarks, Mr.
Woodbridge obtained the floor.
Mr. Motions sent up to the desk and had read
a dispatch about a caucus of the Pennsylvania
Leglsiatere, and asked their consent to have
It referyeti to the Joint Committee on Recon.
Mr. Chandler objected, and llr. Stevens with
drew the document,
Mr. Woodbridge addressed the House In sup
port Of the Constitutional Amendment, tol
ls wen by Mr. Bingham, on the same side.
Mr. Bingham said he epProached the dm
lassion of the question fully aware that It was
Impossible for him to do justice to it in the
time allowed. Rethought the gentleman from
Vermont, Mr. Wootbridge, had uttered words
that ought to he considered and accepted by
the gentleman. When he said that the action
of congress, on the nature prosperity of the
country, would be felt byg. ...aerations to Come,
he believed that the people had entrusted to
the present Congress the mire of the Republic,
not only for the present, bet for all the [lmo,
The Committee on Reconstruction would not
have recommended title proposition but for
their confidence that its adoption and ratifi
cation were essential to the safety of an the
people of every `State, present and to-come.
He repelled the suggestion made In the heat
of the debate that the Committee, or any of
its members, sought in any form to mar the
Constitution, or to take from any State the
rights that belonged Lott and the Constitution.
This Ivan simply a proposition to arm the
Congress of the L sited States by the consent
of the people, with power to enforce the bill
of rights. As It stood in the Constitution It
had that effeet no more.
The speaker was trainee tly Interrupted by
points of Order being made, but only one point
Mr. Conkling obtained the Seer as one of
the Committee, Re agreed to the amendment
being reported, Ina he did nut concur in the
reppoort ilotelakLas said he should vote for the
postponement of the proposition.
Mr. Contains moved that the whole subject
be postponed till the second Tuesday In April
Mr. Eldridge moved to lay the whole subject
on the table. Lost, 41 to 110.
Mr. Conkling's motion was then adopted by
a vote of 119 to M.
The Ronne then went Into Committee of the
W hole on miseellaneons appropriation bills.
Mr. Ashley in the Chair, and made some pro
After the ComMittee rose the Speaker pre
sented a communication from the COMMlE
stoner of patents, transmitting the annual re
port of IMS.
Mr. etrinnell moved to print ten thousand
extra copies. Referred to the Committee on
Sir. Loftin presented a resolution of the NOW
York Legislature, relative to the ship canal
Rom Portage Lake to Lake Superior.
The House then adiourned.
New Y oak, Feb. 2S.—The flank Committee
have returned from Washington, haying na
corn pi Ished the result of the mission to the Sec
retary of the Treasury and Treasurer. The
average deposits of banks are to. be taxed.
After the amount of checks drawn against so
counts each day is deducted, the gross de
posits will be returned and %separate account
of uncollected cheeks be kept placed to the
credit of the banks.
Democratic Meeting In Ran Francisco.
SAN Fesacisco, February 2&—The Demo
crats hold a very Large and enthusiastic meet
ing here, tan evening, to endorse the Free
dentAsactlon; also stSacrumente.
The steamer Sierra Neyeda arrived tree
Portland bringing •014,640 ih treate rs.
The Nevada Senate has endorsed Congress.
Beeves, Feb. 'M.—The Executive Council at
a meeting this afternoon, appointed Wed
noeday, the 13th day of April next, for the ex
ecution of Edward W.'Groen, for the mnrdnr of
young Converse, =damn enabler of tho Mal
den Bank, come two years ago. The vote of
the Council was nmaninums.
Rion MOND, February tit—The Senate passed
the House bill providing that all testimony
given by colored persona shall be oral. It also
passed the House bill itiving..validlty to'vari
ous acts, contracts anciprOceedings during the
late War not incomdstent vitt:aim Constitre
thin Os laws of the United States.
I.outent.t.a, February 27.—The Tautens had
nnimYwaln larcldhithr turuOreldon tcrrdaht and
iaAtIO Weedily .ske the tkmat Mouse.
Seale four thOuaand people were present.
JudireJohnsonpnesided. Speeches ware made
by nay, Mermaid and Brennan.
Mole Deposit Taxes.
Fenian Torchlight Iftocesston.
:DAY, MARCH I, 1866
_ _ __
Trial ffvr Subornation of Perjury.
inWTOIR. PA.rnapy - la.-There u a. a large fr
teildanee In the 34111wrt.', Conri, t e-dav,l. /WWI REA M Alllll4 AL GROCERIES.
Smith on lan appeal to have the vt•rdiet eon-. di
, f ,„..... , 5,, , „,,, ~
~ . .
Tinting him at kuhornat ton In piny:toy •••1 40,, ~.
~.., .'"'„ , r, •`. 1 . ;••• • r••• •
aatde, and a new trial trrante.l. tie °crop nut 1••••aar h, ~, ~.
nearly the whole day. and among the chief ill- .. ` . .1 , ,L
. d • . de 0 ,
lAwal lupe In Its argument WO, that Li , eon- . ,:, , ,• . , I.• de
. rMtion was effected hr a foul eonspiraey. teiWIR Nu. 3 far t , do
Aided t.y perjured witnesses and reward ire I, ~.;,,,,,,,
t of pe rjured
on the pat tof the jury. ' .'non. .t. ffieftlum
j i;i: ;_ e n d , , ,. .ll , li i l e a c e o l: „ ll i f . TiaAll ,l 2 , 7 ; l‘ ‘in ti , l , e , l , i 3 ; - ; 1,. WEI; r•• 1,.. 1 i,,,k,. ii,„.,,,,
20 du .10 \Viet, k•t s r,
ft hag- ; rifle I'l . I of , • .
p imbly he idiven In 11 fell 'WV, 'in" r•• - ' w. ' l„l.. , '''
„ do fair h. rem. . aha nave.
Mains at lartre, under bail of ,r 25, , ,,
ics. Md... Pen ne•l Sager.. of fur, d,
fo du S. t,, Ilan daft,. Niels.-- •
7, do Corte lie..
e. .h. . atm ~„
Arc .l laaportant Derision. :s P o
Cor a ,n
Pr a- u f thrt,rui ',and-,
of , bale. NO. t Will.
.i decision Was rendered yesterday in the , iu .
COurt of Qttarter Se-nion. int olVlng. an Ili-, linv• for ' , an' leVii,
. 1; H „ t . sE ~,, , T a t„, .
portant rule of criminal practlee
82... , Corner Water and Smithfield ft,
Westley !: oil- j_
DRODCCE CONSIGNMENTS NOW
before Mayor Lowry vital gang •
IN STORE,-101 Obis. Flint Hominy. 33 10•14.
ter with having obtained money 1•:.• meati- of • Pearl Hominy; too OM., Dried Peaches, halves; 30do
.I.• o.laFter, t 5 do dn, pared; 2do !terries, pits In,
12 do do. pas 01,1: 31 do do Blackberries; 10 Eta do Et-
About the 0•011e.latc five separate alt forma- derherris, 10 11.1 Fr.:licit •Clll - 1•1111.1, an do York State
pried fippies; O. do Ohio do; 30 Jo old IXI doe.
titkin were male before l ine Rirille niagi•drate •
rased Frutal Peachea: WO dot. do Tomatoes; il. w keg
auftlnnt nal - natal 44 Natant, eltarging Into. with
, Comary 1 i ,.a.r.1; I. tads. dodo; 1e d, 10 .. d0 ratio ; ;
Ilak•lng defrauded nu .• pernons hy means of : a.‘, 1,•„..,',`,':',:',7,.:4, 2 ?-ttc ; :j!Y:i T o we ' r r er t h a=
falba pretenses. I de; 40 40 }...ttiftllsh Dairy Ao• Nibble. fibellbark
cry \,t.;; bids. Fresh }toll Butter; k 3 half bbls. do:
I.ll4lMtnieuts were prepared hy coonsel ;20 keg, packed do; 4... Mils. Cranberries; Aldo Cid.
the prosecution and presented to the ( , :rap e d ;
.Vlargart a a .boaes!.ferman Soap 33 , 1 ,:_bp: fr o.k._Eigi n gi
iak in t i „ "g t,p ' ,.. '"'l a ti r n ' , ' , "l e„ ' n ' e r s ' , l lleti s hiii 4 oi I as
d ,n," : . ! , e7lcut '' .l7oi.34lVr! ' ; " l . d .a) o p ' r e lme . 471 e IT.,
~„4 , „„,„„ ~,„,,,,, awn ,,,,,,,ntar tine nr.,..,. i fn do ',Valle !hums; to do Chestnuts; SO bus. Wal
eallat bring for false pretenses and the sec- !
Soo 11.4. strained Honey. For sa H.
Ma for etinspirney to defraud. _
L. . V01..k..
, It. M. Brown, Attorney for the defendants , UNDßlES, for sale at 185 Liber-
I enlarad a motion 1.11 qli(Mh tile ilidietMelltS he- i 1 , .. ty Street: •
mate, i ItHY PEAPTIFS-20 Oleic. large halves;
First, There was but. one information or , 11115' APPLES-Menlo. new and old;
complaint against Wortley Coulter and flee WHITE IlEfiNs - 40 Obi , prime white:
of Mild Indictments against him were without i i ;,''',.!, 5 ..,. - ,';, l 'ol,A,:,F,ilifißantlar;
ant. responsible prosecutor, and without any ; . AT:i.-= : ;;;;;t. .= ~:,, Li me:
prottous Information or complaint before a ' j,,,,, • ,,m,_,,,, d„„,;, ~‘„„ eo ''.
magistrate; and, 4ccondly, the sixindirt menial . Wlif
-5 hi l l s . Sorghum r im
cantata counts charging both defendants With • Iti'l . TEß-5 DOI, and boxes prime roll:
conspiracies to defraud, which offenses were l••• • • ,*•••• , ,, ,, bis• and
. 2 boats Eggs:
not eitibrneed in the complaint, originally , ~ ,e l, f t!- W hunalcat
• II P.1:1; i N...--ni,WA. Labrador;
made before the tnaglnt rate.
After mature deliberation the Court in boa, ISO it I.IY -100 sack k Spring.
Wmeerier, F.fK i co.,
sustained the motion of the defendants collo- Whelesate fiance rs odfice Bealers.
gel and quanhed oil the imftwfirlefax.
This decision la exceeding - IF Important in j i ERMETICALLY SEALED TEG-
CriMinal practice and fentiblishos the right or -a-a p:TARLEs AND FRUITS:
defendants in criminal eases to meet their art- Rio ,for , !n Fresh Tr
ranee. 2WI pound.;
cutters "face to Mee" beforova rainristrate. '," o „ ,; P „.whe.. 2 , n ml , Po.ccd , '
ProseetitOra 11111113 t shot lace the reifponslbillty ,::: - I;',:tPP.c, _and .'t Pound , :
of their acts and cannot shield theneferces he- WO • • • • Blackberries;
hind the elased doors and secret Inqui+ition or so • • •• Plums;
the Grand Jury. Iteretofore afi
let„ en t prat.- fie • ' • • therria,,
(Jae has prevailed in title illstr Thin .1..- Of - Lima Bean.;
eiston of our Court will ho artily approved .... 0 '• Green Peas:
by tine legal n1 . 01..81.11 tide/ the people. . lip • • - Corn
Stefan a nwartzweldt.r, Hampton and Childs „ A t , , , ,,,. , o rr i fu.d . e . l r e,i , T i lccit i t,:t , l . lY.„ 0 . ..._ 4 . iff. otr_er a tar
for the Commonwealth and \. bi. 8,,,,, n for 5,,„,.,... p,,,,,,,,. „.,..",
~.. da',:ei...l' . l ,W l ' s h .. .P ,
the defendants. laffi No.. 131 and 12.4 Wood street.
- - - •
CITY AND SUBURBAN
-a. Son boxes Doetirn Dln•ese,
Laid. evening nil elemitit waleli, ~111th lily iii- . •• Ilatena rg 41.,
. Lark. Drled Penchi,. halves,
flarlhed, wan presented In M r tine Alin. ,by in tan... New York I irlral Apple,:
the employee , of the Orin id Fleming A , • • •• %VIII, Bean,
'1• • rliistrrn r•nit I rated I 'ran herrn. ,
on Slarlsol .t 1 erl. Sir. 31 dint' lon 27. •• SIM tilted Prart ilonitny,
been In the emplot" of th.• Ilimi lor Die im.4 ".s. •• • Stlerneirl MD.( lay;
In • • Nianganis..
sixteen year, :mil Int., for 11,..1) yea, s, beim , So •• S.rla Ash.
fOrS3l.llan of the estaliliNlino•ii 11. Having 4 - ,n. '
~,',' "•. I .•• l •Y
eluded to enter into busln.....s for linti,elf, lie
I )1101)1 1:E.
resigned bin prnsilion ii iris , liiyi. lino, :tint 111. I loL: , !.1•. VNI in Fanlily riour;
fellOw.employ re, being .I...irous of "...Illy log
their regard for 111(1., ion cli.ored a beautiful r• • Prarl Domini
watch ts.rid , •haln, u 1.,. 1.1... t utyld rel,,ied ii, ..R. L , prliut• Whilell”Du,
his residtmee. in Alleglimiv, and in esented il .. • 0.0., fir.... 11 A L.,
tOll.llll I lirongli Mr. 1.1.:..1 IS hon.-led vo• i,..k es- . • • Pr, liblow P0t•t0...;
Man, and doliyered a nent nub highiy voini.l.- ~. - •sorg toil° Molas.n.S,
.1.. • • lirled
tneadary .peea.h. Th.- i v! ••••••11, V. ior re,eire.l l• • • • pearlier:
by the recipient in it few spin . ..pin. ir i rions 1... S •• frerlt EgEt.
Alb. it fen r. 11,•,, by the Earl,. on iltiartelt, , For ....,• In FF.TZE:It A Al(SL•Tifiis.
rosin, of Market iind First sire.,
anti partaking of tonic eel: t s.:.iiirlits. I In• . im. It,
i 4) ., II ,,, LiII:ALiiENTLII.
s se hose ,
, Sles..rna Orasiger .
Iltkok Nulls, '.:l .I do Leint.e..
?“'l Ilt, cal., Pre•li Pear in,
- F.t 11 .Irr., ~ DE" cs N.. Guy; of . Eng- ;„, ~„ ~„ 5,,,, .y,„,„,,,,,.„
land, Sc., by t.enrge Mal:emote.. Tonle N., 71 ~,,, ~,,,i 1.,.,.1. 5 .,_h,, 5 ,. 5 ,
Park: D. .1 pplylfni .5 ro . I.S. • 7 1 1.1.i5. 1..., s i ( Moil,
The Appletom. "have repro,Mvoil tins excel- So .1 . ern., ifrera A mil,:
lent aorl( In no ail ni i raid, a man iir r' ns to .1... " 4'4 I .Ti Visiting Pon,. .
"light every 14.,. r el purr I vp.,,,,vh , • T., so Dr ai..l sr• sal , st sni Libr•rry sl iirt.
frt., 1, sr"1"1.1i. S 11( ES; .5 SiIk:PAHL/.
For sult• by Dams, ( I:LI 1,,' A L.,.
~„,;'l'l,l)RlEsi 1!) b! , 1.. Sera') (roil,
, p•••••••. •,... i 7 bags :not I hales Rags. 1 Utile, 1.14
11., . - I , 3 li i•S., : 1.. , • IS ....I. s i, i ~, k.les ((Id
.. - Im Pi 1.I,• 1 . '3. "h...., A nrsi. In. for oak- by
ISAI SD 1.1.•Kk y 3, co.
1 ) 0111)11% - S (lINDENSIED APPLE
),11. IF. inn no In one pored tin cans, a cheap
011.1 r, rrlbut 'lt-by. whisli may ts• uyeal fur Ins sail
...,:,. , '10.4.1 slgh sA:r r, mak., sweet eider, ay
.1 7:D. A. IiFINSIIAN,
corner of Morris- &MI 1111.12,1 streets..
w OOLDRIDGE OIL REFININ
OF PITTSBURGH. PENNA
WORKS 1\ T I' Ell .1 N CrrrtAl .F.
Office, No. 2 Btoloestie ay,
LIANI 1, 1 11 111. I'l If t. 1111110
I3ILT 1 t INCI NC.4 <)11
Bran d—" Luc i for."
DERN , I'l / I.
D1111171.,—J.,1.0 %V + ,.
111.rroo, 1.. Iy. it. II 01tu,../.
jal2:ttni , l
PETROLEUM AND ITS PRODUCTS
And Denl.r• in 11.11.alaw .Ilnter tN
BODED AL ILE 0 EOF
PHENIR WAREHOUSING COMPANY,
Fool or Bann. and Barrlson Ntreet•
Brooklyn. Y. Y.,
Storage for Refined Petroleum,
,T3.\ - 11,111.0
I=. o two/emu= R. e.1:11.1. on. 1-yr .
• CLARK & SUMNER.
Work■ end °Mee, (olllo• Townothip
Unsex IN rirrsnrikort —SI NV , 01, tr:r
tr T y."?l%,'"t r ar k e s ,=,;l2'2:l,i7roVlT,
and In Europe, for quallt) and dre te,./...1 the on
Is put In )Vc[l sesaened barrels, prep:n.4l esn'eclaW
Manufacturers of BOILS:1K nr I I.LS, TASh4s
Improved Boring Toole. for (11 Weil, deb:!)
SUPERIOR OIL ENGINES.
We wee conktrueting. and wll keep on ham!
perlor style of
WITH lIITIRE A COVION OR TUBULAR ROHR
We Itla Ile Par neptUnien o llnea for thin i l ert.",
NI call and tee them. comer I'll( t 1 and (A Rd
PTDEETS, pea Ott Water 11 ne
CKINTOSII P.NIP/111.1, fa
C01 1 1111F:11CIAl. OI L
PURE WHITE BURNING OIL
Curlotautly on haw, 0114 114 sale
AT THE LOW EST 111 A LOIL ET RATES,
• No. 47 wool) STIOACT.
CRUDE AND REFINEEP: DIES,
11111's Block, Duquesne Way, 11,110.1baryb
Wgpettal attention given to the vale end
moot of Petroleum nod Its produete. i'onslgnineni
impertnilly unlicll.l. Poologive ;too to/. eik1,1:11.
J . BENN,
Nu. I ST. CLAIR ST., Pittsburgh,
Forwarding and Connulnolon Merchant
And dealer In Oils. Illuminating. Lubricating , •
- - REAL ESTATE. ------
Grade Petroleum 01 1 a, dc .; er 5a3 ,..“14 ) . oz , ~,,,, and
for lisle at the lowest market wires. Consignments \ 'A
LU A RLE COAL LAND FOR
mi d °fliers solicited, apl lain SALE AT A BA RGAI ki—TlS acre, with surface
• e feet rein' of e a cellent coal, situate '2O rods hum Steuben, Illy Railroad, With right of way to the road:
rood dwelling home of newest rooms, two barns,
double irame .table, good soli. etc. Apply _to
S. CUTHBERT tr. SONS,
r.,.:7 61 Hatket street.
• . . ..
FOCI SALE-160 acres of first-rate
Land. situated In Texas county, Missouri. This
i tract 11,3, located In IWO. and selected with Imes
care fur a friend. Will soli the whole for 8100. Ay,.
that oral Coast rt Seat, three scree, Mil of
realer fru lt,i . oml house, urn. de.; a Mlles hoed the
city. Price 1,006. IL McLAIN & CO.,
Judi in Estate Broker, Ile Fourth street.
SOAPS EXTRACTS -&c
Teta II BRUSHES,
NA 11. BRUSH ES,
II A 111 BRUSHES,
1.0 N EXTRACTS
1•IN AIM EXTRACT,.
SOCIETE EMI lEN IgIIF.S SOAPS.
LUBIN'S SA CB ras,
RBECILNELL'S SKIN Sod p,
triwirmurr..49Eram i ,
For aalp hy 1 a k ell d Loga r ataet 4 lattabutgh, d ka. COFlrlids
of Funeral PurnTerhtur Mi l faglWel i t e M i g
NINON J OHNSTON, Druggist, I a initragan, u . Mrdra ti , nt A , nad .
I W••faeobus, 11. U., Thomas Awing Ern:. Jamb%
far COrnar Ssalthaeld and Fourth ntreeta. Dllller,taq. •
WINES AND SIIANDY
JN 4 `. H. , ANFIEI.II.
1.11.tf0l 143 Piret.,,t
tl.O EIZFUNG--Just rec'd
1.1 o, • v nt..l Han •t rrrrr
.. L. T.a , lion-: article for
.N , A. nr.N•HA,
t nro , l.lln•rty and Hand
roi. T Ai ..
No lisn Third Street
• \I hit. PIO,
1,, n I ak•
J A NVIELD.
\‘'.ll.L PAPEItS---NEW GOODS
r r A V.ItIN - 1.An , 11..r.1• AILA ifoo.ekefLwrs
.111, .Il.lr 11' All. PAPERY before
pourld van, al.. Gon
d. ,1 1114 k. ANA. d , uffe. 17 LI. dozen
An. 1.2.. .lNlt. A. RENSHAW,
4 ..rt.Lr I Lt,t rty au , l Hand streets.
:01 EivimENT JAVA ('OFFEE.—
~..) ...g, )1,1 a, ( offee loaf received and
r .. 4'1 11: b .Z. RENSHAW.
4 'Arm, I.lin-rty Hand streets.
1:A.T114. GOOD ARTICLE OF
hi.., 01. S, gaat
, A Liberty str..el.
COTTON .42%1) APPLES.
~A; v 1,,. ISAIAH DICKEY &CO.
vArrs -700 bushels prime Oats
• • IN
Nor. end rot ' , al.. tot
FEUER & A ItMSTRONti,
oroer Market and First streets.
I OLL - BUTTER —4 barrels Fresh
.• ic•.,l Rutter , c hal I' barrel, J net lved and
FETZER A lIMST ryee MONti.
vomit, Market and First streets.
PEVA NS.--J0 bbls. Pecans just
revelyvd and for sale by
.MI and l Wood street.
• , 1L CLOTHS , of all kinds. styles
rod ~ lams, for nale, wholenalc tad retail, at the
111 Cloth Depot, Nos. ni and zh nt. Clair street by
1.9 J. SIP. PIIILLfPg,
('NTTON-117 bales now landing
fr.. •le.user Auo•rica for by
ISAIAH IPICKF, h CO,
VISH! FISH!!—No. 1 Mackerel
..1,1 Lit or tontrol at JNO. H. ScOTT•S,
n•m m Liberty street.
VEATIIERS-12 sacks now land
. log from strainer Hobs. Moore fur sale tor
IS_ lAH bICKEY 500.
) LD COPPER AND BRASS—A lot
In bt0y.,..1 for Ktb• by
rev; otAllal DICKEY a Cu.
IMPROVED BORING TOOLS,
FUR KENO Oh, SAL, AND OTHER WELL
No. 136 Wood street, Pittsburgh. Pa
T.sils warranted:nude of Lbe Sri" best SIMS° AN
Wi.ll borers furnished at
X.ac:Dim7c.sit actesli Prio,oelf
With uuch article, is ire necessary to conduct op
BELLOWS, j SA WS
II AM !..1 Kith, , WILENOIODS.
. I' I
KS, n V ELH, PLANES,
AXL ES 1 LEVELS.
It. ll' FL . LEAnien. A:a) HUMnELTI NO,
All of WiliGh I have constantly In .tore. oral I:ma
; IUVATE DISEASES.
OFFICE 2SIS FENN STREET. near Eland.
i Nor the'eure of all dlseaaca of &private natnre,
Proxa two io four days, I,y an entirely new and safe
treatment. Alay, Seminal Weaknons, and all other
al = "f rgn e tfro `, lc.lffr ' anredelf l Ts'venlb°
Office boure-7 Wide.u. y to 3, ancidtoS.l.
Addreas letters W.. 2 33 num aireet • nel7
PRICE THREE CENTs
INSURE YOUR LIFE IN THE
t CHARTER OAKUM INSURANCE CO.,
of Hartford. COlllll
j THE ONLY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY IN
AMERICA that now makes and pava an Annual
('ASR DIVIDEFD on the iirst,and each subsertnent
payment of premium. Its CARD CAIITAL, a a
lumination of $1.360.f0D, Is securely Invested lu pub
le stocks and mortgages of REAL ESTATE. It Is
slow In its lath year of business, and has paid to the
tkineteriW.ND onritauf. Of Its members the sum of
rh E LION DOLLARS. To this date not a ain-
Kn. case of litigation has occurred. an evidence
that liberality wad fair dealing Is a al:irefully with
The polled., of this Company are not forfeited try
arou Of non-payment of premlnm after tile second
year. go payments required lifer ten years, but
inue good through life.
.t (. WA I.A LY. P res ident.
Branch lines tor NCestern Pennsyleania. when
l'lrrui sr. wil4 blank Applications win ftirlainhed,
SA wood %treat .
o, A!rent , wanted tlirnnghont the State. Apply 10
ly tiotitlELL, State Agent.
CHARTER 18 2 9 PERPEICUAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Assets on Jan. 1,1864. . . 82,457,84 s 91
capital $ MOM
Accrued Premiums lO1,00).
Invested Premiums I, ta , A23l.
Unsettled Claims AIM.
Income for 1884 3:0,13t0.
Losses Paid a inee IS21) 8.000.000.
Perptual and Temporary Pond., on liberal 'trine.
Chita. N. dancker, i Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale,
:Samuel Grant, George Sales,
Jacob IL Smith. Altr Fiti L er,
George W. Richards. Fre' ed .
W . ewis. 31.1 J
Cil ARLES, N. BA NUN ER. President.
vuwAnt) (.. DALE, 'ire President.
JAS. W. kicALLISTER, See, - To tem.
J. G. OFIN Ag et
mhZ Corner Wood C
Tint AND MARINE
INSURANCE CO. OF NORTH A lIIERICA.
Uartford Fire Insurance. Company,
413/ - Protection can be tern red In the above named
and reliable Companies.
W. L. JUNES. Agent,
fe27:17 W Water street. tan stairs .)
WESTERN INSURANCE CO., OF
W.ll. P. HERBERT, Secretary.
AT. GEORtiE 6eneral Agent.
Inn,. Y 2 Wetter atreetiSpang .Co.'s Ware House
up stairs. Pittsburgh.
ilkke. Will I
Innue morain lnetitutione( all ofed Fire
who are well known to the ro mmunity, and who are
lleter.Mined hr promptnese and liberality, to main
tain the character which they has, atemmed, as ot
-I,ln, the beat protection to thole who dealre to kw
Alex. Slnllck, Andrew Ackley.
R. Miller. Jr, David 41, Long.
Jame, McAuley, Reel. J. Thomas,
Alexander Speer. Chaa. .1. (lark,
Campbell P. Herron, John It. McCune,
C. P. Iticketnon. Janrca P. Hanna.
tutito (I'M. P. HEY:BEET. Secretary.
- - -
CITIZENS' INSURANCE COMPA
v DI OP 1'ITTSB1:121.: H.—l/dice, corner Market
and Water strecta, aocond floor.
WM. A. SHEPARD. Secretary.
Insures Steatutroata and Cargoes.
luxuroo against and olamage In the navigation
01 the Southern and We.tern River, and
©atom.. and the navigation or the Sear.
Ist mrto againt t and damage by tire.
NS in. Itagol..y, oil, i
mto,t .I. Kier.
san r i B John htltloom.
to r* . t
Jamr• %I. .torr,
, S. Ilarttangh.
B. F. .1011 • b., I J. Caldwell, Jr.,
.I,mittsa Rhode.. Jttim h. Dilworth,
Ilarellty Proaton, I Wm. A. Rodger..
tivonge Bingham, delOty
I)EOPLUS INSUICANCE CO.
OFFICE, N. E. CoRN Eff. WWI) AND FIFTH NTS.
Wro. Phillips, l'apt. John L. l liboads.
John Watt., brnue! P. bbrlver,
John E. Parke, Charles Arbuckle.
Capt. Jas. Miller, • John F. Kirkpatrick,
Wm. Van Kirk, Prank K. Hinson.
James IL Verner, C. Hanson Love,
W.U. prill.Lll.B, President
JOHN WATT, Vice President
W .p ‘„ Y. S
GARII. it, eeret ry
Il E it. SAMF.S 4
.I',, 0011-DON, Genii Agt. _
A LLEGHENY INSURANCE CO.
OF PITTriBURIi 11. —lidice, No. 37 run street
ineu;c;taintrist all kinds of Fire and Marine Mak MI
JOHN IRW LS, Jn. President.
JOHN D. McCORD. ,
G. DONNELL. Secretary.
Isaac Jones, 11l ItECTORS
C. Li. Hussey, George R. Head.
Harvey Childs. Charles Hays.
T.. 14 Hoskinson, Capt. Wm. Dean,
John Irwin. Jr., Geo. I). McGrew,
R. L. PannellLock. Robert IL Davis.
pnicEs MARKED DOWN
We re now closing out our
At Very Low Prices,
PREPARATORY TO TAUB STOCK
BARGAINS CAN BE HAD IN
Negligee Shirts for Men and Boy
Vests and Drawers of Shakes
Flannel, Wool and Merino;
Warm Gloves and Woolen Elm
Woolen Scarfs, Mufflers and Nu
Baudmade Zephyr Articles;
Woolen Gaiters and Mittens; '
Balmoral Skirts for Ladies and
Manufacturers of BLACK. and tfItEZN ULAN!.
WANE, Druggists , Ware, Boulez Car.
twlys., de. IS arcbouse—o. 1H NI AT.P.II ter=l'r
between Stillthdeld and Grant streeta, - Pittsburita I
We warrant our Wares to he superior to any man.
unaetured, - Nest of the afountalna. Always on hand,
Glasawant of theabove description. All orders
promptly attended to, Particular attention paid to
private-moulds, misty _
No. 17 FIFTH MTHEET. ItOtatza..—
JAMES mwJr & Co.,
F. H. EATON..
(Seuvmors to RA TON. M4UR UN & 00.0
RITE, ORR & CO.,
No. 2E3 1 7 .1.1t1a. Jelitacoe.t,
Invite the at telatirai of buyers to their
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS;
STATE AGRICULTURAL SOME
TT.—At a meeting of the , Panitsylvanla State
Agricultural /Moiety, held at limrlaborg oh the UM
of - January, 11W. It was resolved to hold an Antolini
Exhibition this your,on the Mtn. 2trrl 'arm AND
Win Ulf SEPTM.IBIC NEXT, ander/jointed •ooth
mittesio receiveproposals from towns or munches
atilt State, offering Inducements for holding It at
the different pinta whiabethotr propmittions will
dealsnate.. bald oommithel axle Mews, Axon E.
Carr Northumberland, UN. thoon... Pittsburgh:
Johtell i Essount, Herrotourg; Dunn.
BACA eaah lisven; JoEur ItCriiittrOnX, Hyr
rt . /atm"; A. B. LON9/1.10;12 . _ Viecretiry, brorthrtOwit,
LOOrat e aZ:ol Wr ' llrt r gati g. A-11'9 % "" :.
before the te
stirs Committee, on the 20th day of Hardt next,
mall which time oompetition for Ime Invited.
elltiteed A. pop) TOW. 3
val sad most plenreaque place et Sepulture, aft,
ril.7,7utenar EV:IraIiM"PB ".9:411;
to meet Burial Lora 11l apply es the a:pert g te
etit's 0 010 e, at the CeZetery Title Deeds; Peneful
sad all ocher business will bet art ded lost the Urea
Warehouse of the onderelpped,eorrier of Pedeno
and Loma sired., Allerlwer•
41Wir. A. KAMA..
BUY TOM NOTIONS,
- cr. , ft.i.Lxzrrxmhs, Aor
J. G. LAVIEWS
Voile ty arid Stare, No. 101 Market street.
ADAIR% Dentist, " Con
news Balms & earn er , 'of IDAMDND Bad
GLUM strong, Plamburrh. FIXZILINCLO, Dr. A
li citimik• Dr.DDD•I4.4 ftwaera tiebblmhaDmal
I#o:e::altvjz) :4FrAter 4:illangi
TWO EDITIONS ARE FRUITED.
Owe y ew Wedwacer and the other ow thrhereli ,
TlEr edition Is torwreded which will rehab the rah
reeihrs goon..t la the mail ran.
itrinh. of (Ivo
ll t Ultiba of top and .1,.".rd.
Boots AND SHOES:
CONCERT HILL SHOE STOW
la VILLE' , At II AL I. KIND,. , TYLF.I.% AND
• Els OF
BOOTS & SHOES,
Men,tltort, Toutiw. Women nod ell gradel.
from medium to so pent,. Although our slit* are
largenntl repo!, two 0,, t. (nil antt
moot,. neo nu.l rr,hl.nahlr. which reple
nknodldeny, prlct, aro toaa,all 01.0 the lowest
"VIII s U.: A_ So:
Are lower Ilion the lowe;1. clsewhere. An 'own'
CONCERT BILL SHOE STORE,
No. 60 Fifth Street
Directly tinder the (Sporn House
$20,000 THOESAND• DOLLARS
Xlool/ THE lUSA 1 , 01.1 A lit
MEN AND DOYIP eIAYPHING
6.1,FN AND BOYN• CLOTHINO
sIEN AND BOYS CLOTHIN G
MAN UFACTOREILS . COST
Mi:NTI , ACT 1 1 10CILS• CUST.
11ANU1" ACT CIL4:II.S. COST.
AT THE POPULAR
AT THE POPULAR
3E1.. ENII2IW3L" Oki 00..
13. 19 1 111L1 r 1 . 31EIC cil ci ce . ,
IE3. /3311.22rV1E1C do C3C3,..
r. FIFTH SIREET,
rs, FIFTH STREET.
r.l FIFTH STREET
Opposite.the Opera House.
PIANOS, ORGANS, - &c.
. lIRADDIUR V, NEW YORK,
E ll .ta. INT ACO .
The Estey & Co.'s Cottage Organ,
AND AMERICAN ORGAN.
‘,... ~• inient to tlaa
1`,1,•16tat,• , .11u .• there In power s
end Ity If •, and thorougn work
Inutronwnts halo for yew. alten the drat
t r lLa e r:,. fi ll ey th l e n. ragr e s ,
thwu any of Lora. ,kll werran EA for live years.
WAMEJANIC A BARR,
No. 12 St, Clair Street, Pittsburgh. Ps
NOW BEING RECEIVED,
THAT ELEGANT STUCK UP
Selected personelle lir the subscriber, during •
ceut visit to the Factors..
sr ` ";:gri,° . ..°2'it=7 , I,°Llll°.',l th "'S,';6!" I"
WARILMITED FOR FIVE YEAH"
CHARLES C. MELLOR,
KNABEN GREAT UNRIVALLED
1-23.1 NT C:, Erb '
:Iron N. BOLL:
HOCH M. BOLE•ik CO.,
FOUNDERS, 'ENGINE IIItILDEILS AND MA'.
CH/NISTS; Manufacturersof Land stud Marine
ENGINE LOt 'OMOTI V ES. for Coal Work., (111.
WELL ENGINES, and even klud hlste t hinri,
made to order. All work unrranted. CAnTlNtilt
or every destall. too Made to order. Itepalrlng
Machineryronmtl 4 attended to.
COHNEII OF POINT ALLEY AND
HANK OF ALLEGHENY RIVER, near the Point,
Clttaborah, P.. n'tcr-•:thodst
ARSENAL GLASS WORKS.
MODES, RYRIE &
OIL OF VITRIOL AND AQUA AMMONIA.
11105. F. 001.1.108 aorta WnielirT
IOLLINIS 4 WRIGIIT, Brittaula
Brans an d Sheet Metal , Cm
tore, Carbon and Lard Oil BWorkereurnam and ßritannia
aLyles of Brlttants used by Wain , naniliaelflre.
Orders promp tly ailed. No. UN SECOND STREET
ltteburgh. 1 enna.
R, SEVERANCE, No. As WATEB
STREET_ , PltisSargh,manufncturer of MILER
RIVETS,WHOUGET SPIKES, samanon and naval
Yattieoksveri u Sescrlptlon.
or small, uiade to order ai snort boiire. A Rood aF
untment constasuy on hood,
ISSOLVTION OP II'ARTNER
eo-partheeshlp heistotore existing
between the undersigned, uudemtho name and style
of F. A. bIIUTY B lu the Frttming
was dissolved by mutual consent on the drat of Jan
nary, 180 e. The accounts of the old trio will be set
tled by F. A. SIITJTY. at the old stand, corner of
Tunnel street and Penna. avenue.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER. 611:1P.—The partnership heretofore ex Gating be
two. D. OiLMORE And W . J. kteIIASTED, under
the name of D. 4.7ILIIQHF. & CO., rta this day Ms
-solved by mutual consent, The bustods of the Arm
will be solidi-41 by theiranecessors, et their Melee In
the Ulll, on South Canal street, near Chesnut, Ails
The madersterted will continue .the ktlllinyc bust,
imetomder the name and style of 0111101 tr. •
& CD., when, with their Inereaeed lleLL-
Itles,theyy are determined to cc:nil:Mc to prod ece an
article of Flour second to none to th market. the?
thereforemost respectfully request .t leant trial
fro all, and particularly those hardest to please/51
that article of prime necessity. roar.
FEBRIIAILY eth; 1/P. J p - MoIIEASTEM
The ended'stied would res
fllll2;.=l4.7 i ftledlANTElt, under the name and
style of CALIfORIS, 'ammo?' Asf2.. i tr u tz.2%
formerly mnded by t ,l n d o o e ia by the
new firre.'dated Penman' lab. ,
D - -
ISSOLvgrioN OF . :PARTNER
sira......ati.gstrtnerstily heretofore exintingbe
mean the tindernigned•lnis bit•tilitelved bn mete.
al rion_sent.; to lake eine*. dntingry 2140„. J
tithi/OeNtiON retiring from the ann. The remain
reitmere vlLL.rnntliie the brininess of the lab"
geginoider the name end litre of ZYNRSO_ N
EON CUL . •W. El, hitiga.S.
L. tilitg.r.F.lNlN SON.
, L ndo. 1.. Graff I theernily mon:anew] the flew
dratry Mewls and th!ryrtan
AT LESS THAN
AT LESS THAN
AT LESS THAN
43 Fifth tarret, Bole Agent
PJ TT2111178 OH. PA
Y. A. sriury.