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" biy it beca I Like It," raid the country_
-Van, awls rained to get Wake of Salryer.e i Hasarsarrao. March 6,lads.
Barbera. soap. SENATE 4
- : The Senate adjourned until Thursday, with
out transaerting any bnainees.l
Dtils Purred.—An—An act to incorporate the city
Corry, in the county of Erie. TO prevent
the said of liquor in Ohio township, Beaver
county. To build abridge at Oil City.
Adjourned until Thursday.
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• Table Linksas,
On the northeast con:lora Fourth and Market
C. Hanson. Lori &
Bleak- and Colored Alpsuseas,
Very cheap, on the northeast corner of Fourth
Dry 00043 A.
•n A No. 1 smortment, or ttie ncrettmaat corner
otaNkirth and Market streets.
0 . . Itaxaoa Lovr. h Mao..
/*satin lia Baatbita• Ittaelallues.
.Ctewlirat-clais Sewing Ataohines at neatly
Some or the& being in use but a
short limo, a 1 the omco of
Wm. Soxsaa A Co..
Fin - h'strtet, Pittaburgh.
Cotton Comfit. Iteecteed.
We are now receiving new and desirable
ickYleeordotztastle anditapleM4 Goods, which
wevill len cheaper than you can buy them
elsewhere. Remember, we are now on the
no rtheasteonterotTourth and Market etreete.
C. 'issues Lora S 800.
Coma, 813 1310 DP,
Disesaki Nails instantaneously cared
Without pain or bleeding. Dr. Randall has re.
0f 11510 4 ,1 h1n atty. and can be consulted. HS here.
VOlCgif,' at No. 20, Fifth street. Office hours,
itoni 12 to sp. m. Ile can be consulted Qurlng
' .Orgasis„ llelodeo ~
..11trgest collection and lowest prices ,
Charlotte Elginc, ar Fifth street..
:Wm. limbo dz Co's.
First Premium Gold Medal Pianos. These in
strutdontsi bitidisi- been hefore'94Jo pubLto for
the past th.irty4e.are, hare, upon their excel
lence aleuHier, attained au - Impure-hosed premi
vmseethat.ironoursees them unaglaallad: For
sale onlk by Charlotte Blume, 13,Firth street.
Automatic Organs surpass anything In this
ttg air ;
oat. Onlflor,salo -by Charlotte, Mame, 43
. • Don't spend Your InoneY
end endanger the Sees of your children by
using the carious worm remedies, but ask
. I'er/tit/age (tough ,,'. whtell cares ell 'cents, and the youngest bob
oentakkeiliemnith Safety. Sold in pi Lis b nigh
44 .1it(fledaiig'i'Prug Store, Se. Si blur.
VatiY C 6.•
POOMaI elate Respite, and Dealers in amerl
can Slate Olvarietus colors. Office at alarm
- der Zamadlive near the - Water Works Pitts.
hargh Pi: Residence, re. 78 Pike street. Or
ders promptly attended to. .aliwork warrant.
ad water proof. ..Repairing' done at the abort
en notice. Ho charge for repairs, provided the
roof Is not abused afte- it is put on.
thiirisesiter Jobbing shop
/Laving returned after an absence at thrte
years /A the array, t have to-opened my Shop
for all aerie of übbing in the uarpenter line
at the old stand, Virgin Alley, between Smith
field atreetand Cber3yAlley. Orders solicited
and promptly attended to.
• .111. - 0.141 Winter deeds.
Ms with h-reat pleasure we call the siren.
tan of oar readers to the subperb stock organ
sad Winter Goods Jun received by Mr. John
Weier, Merchant Tailor, No. =Federal street,
Allegheny, lily stock embraces some of the
_CM:tbs. Caseammish Overcoat,
!age end • Vedmp ever brought to theweatorn
Mailist,„tita adorinkeifei.guralsistilg Moods,
coinpriaing Shirt% Drawers, Callan get:Ostia%
giaredkerchieri: dm, cannot, be surpassed east
at wed. Aline stock of ready mad rants.
Cada, Vests andOverenats, will else harmed
Mills establish Merit. Petunia In wanted any
thingia then.tithing line shotdd cot ' , dal to
give/dr. Water a call.
A Molten Desna System.
Therela a disease to which the doctors give
many tannea latte - hielz few of them under-
Stand.' It .1s simply weakness—a breaking
down of the vital forces. Whatever Its causes
. (Ind they are Its symptoms are
is the main the same.- Among the most prom
inent are extreme Isasitude, lots of appetite,
• toes of flesh, and great Mental depret4sion. In
digestion_ and a Stomach Cbugh are also fro
saantly concomitants of this distressing state
of body and mind. The common remark In
rehttionto perform hi snail condition Is, that
Hay are cOnsumPtlve. Now, what these on.
funtimateS, really want , is vigor-ring eireoga,
aeceliainly as dawn succeeds darkness
they can rectmerate their systems and regain
perfect health Ay resorting to Hostetter's Cob.
etwatedAtometli Bitters, It is us clear that a•
life-rwilving Tonle is requirett'in itch emus,
as that the as - instal:no of at iempty lamp re
quires to be rewired with a new supply of 011.
. perfectly pme and tanotieus, containing
nothing hut:then - M.7C genial. vegetable ex
- tonne, and combining the ttiree grand ale-
SteataAf statnachic, an attentive, and a go
fatal Hostetter's , Bitters are salt
ibis Co all constitiittons and are as applica
ble to the dlia ai.s,Ml and disabilities of the tee
nier sax as to those fir tam •
Alostetierri Bitters ,
Aro sold wholloileand - ndall atvery low rates
at Pleminieirl?iligand Patent Medicine Herat,
0.4, Haricot street., porner of the Diamond
"a -1 4 1 7 grerebalasa
playtas WY Geckle, irilt got a most. unusual
'oppeatiaitty of baying 'cheep, by visiting the
great gate of. Barker d Co.,AD Market street,
- • - They 5tai1.,1416 1411,1112 es of B heettags and
Shirtinincrifisti, and Other stiadaiil goods.
; ; Pearls mad Rubles.
eetb crtamtagalton a:mot:tides of
abieath spier as ' the. atm fern Araby
toperpotuato them, to make
Attit*lffditialfet dtimaiii and iublacilitid'
avatyaigha gnela of fragrance, all you have
bo do, fair tidies, tato use that uuttchleas 'ago.
~ ialkdat*ttuctlan, iffiagrankint. • "
111ripietdr ..tairrinapt of. Court—Prises .
Xenitt, led—Cotton Condemned.
Usirelt 6.--Judge Barnard Of the
Seprente Court s to-day - impOsed a ano of ono
-1210nand didlire upo n onvoraj inetobers of the
Common ...Coulon for ;contempt:of court in
not repirdinse tbe:nnuidataus honed by Judge
sometime since. The Committee of
awards lOr tbe Awl:ablution or prl;os\ - for left
Sultufpantainaltv,by sOldlers , or sallora wbo
bites lcast. Mitt Agin Amos in war, announced
the , awards lo . daPlrat aria@ t.oy 'sou, to
franklin 11..Darrah, of 'Philadelphia ; second
01.w0.V50 leanings, port: rectile;
Ittew,Tork; third prize roc aloe to Capt. eo. Q.
W. Mohammad as
faarth at WO to
Win. „ Warshan, Washington D. o.rand twenty
of M. each for penmaatmp,and literary merit J
were also awarded aa complimentarY lamas in
addition to the °filarial 0 , 001111.
/st Um United -Statism District. Court to-day,
inrylnongato verdict. in favor of the gov
t,lit the ame - of the United States
exo usqmare_ and Afons, dcferidants,,who; •
nandea cargo of • mereamdze
. owe Me rebels at Brom:ursine, Teresaor one
tionSbeit and serentdoix Wes of cotton, and
,•=tlisis t intr to this city, where the an
_cotton, and bytha decision
T 6 4 , smathoweed
Nest leW Weed, thg Jnar today" de.
,Trom in .f mug;
11. aoc.11; ,lakti Ade dollars costs.
ann. xtmg - - ewe thez the members el
— , .-ehlsgesseinttee Gcniuniesion of uds Isom hate
agtoptila 1444 tor 'the , 0 0natzuctlan at
muumgall Qinumatina bnilditim his et
Part.Tompliazuwil imaged Masao* west
stainer -Je plan enthre/d.,d4Te
' I=4=l. the One approred
,33z the st e w,
of Vtentaledonerlef Stidth,L and
:'-reaanuntpdad te GPVernx4C l 3l it WWI"
0 1111 4 1 S S of .61114OrniAnt;-Xiszleo:lanue;
Nair T0z,a01.%-The Baird of 13op •
- ..vtayAul t ol a r i Wola K Racket Es rem"
tO Ctonorrotat e ra der :
= r ai rala re lf.; ra.zurl , klttlkort - Dole
. t . • Up: Will UfrrjO-VP .
_ Jr, ca rs tifroa
, set - ,
se- vinamigsn,,„o `um"
v ' EDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1866.
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Mabee:at, what would be the s tilt to the Eris'. fa Mexican Affairs on the Peel-tie i Marriage Butler Diftleultlen-A woman,
• 4 who hart been tiring with a man named James
u pr en swer e - n ne said he
,did nottbelleve that Now lona, March la-The World's San Fran: I•Brawley for a period of three years as his
te ee freedmen could pare Jost!. Cisco speelal says that a ern. in Mexican tre - Y Wlr eso , /nietared hero. ablYnr McCarty, yea
e spartj . : i n t -n g ow„ would. it be ; fans on the Pacific coast Ls in:anent. a The teet tlia -- andpreferted a Marro of Corn cation
. I.th the Men, French troops In the northern nnd western e ed.bletardy against hint Brnerley was are
TnAlTrusant:mereFL'ulessthe.the.'ry,tia.:°: Alexi.. mates hat e been driven (gnome- ree tedtanderfter a g,ood deal Of engineering
: n o m 7 .. ' p ly :: ' I , iniely to the count, and me hemmed in a few ; fro
h. eonentefed that heamuld relieve himself
1 ort towns, from which they are liable to be
~ na dlfietilty by manying the prosecutor,
inal friends they could not live the State
g i t:re w was no clanger from the ...
%V emireoros, March R-A large maim of laya. in farther testiMone, Geneml . out. mid drLyr a o h n board their vessels of war lorsafety. : aanch h ate r d o l o tt
g llie woman is the mother of
timony was repotted to-day frotn the Corn- . ome;;;; . t e
. ti nd
f le o heveged. al l etreeta are barrtea. L.7.1._..L pa
pfo ; he d o ln o pp a cei g g gat she rece u t f. i.%
=Mee on Reconstruction. Gen. R. H. Grier- thillk that Georgia differed m any
bites treated them badly- • e did not. el ' it L tootle no er Coorona pressing
,;;`,a - ao , ' e
fro. , c owe upon It In the rear Fighting Las ne. , oeStrt her. and hence the PrOseention.
!deb the Liberals, :tided lir Amer!. , -- - --. 4 0,.....L....._•• I _-
sou testified in reference to Alabama, Ifiesis. AilibliMa. nem was much pe n . .. al hatred , . nrr ,,, e r d ee i r , n r 7 t .
i t= h t f li t e h ttarro rex. relatio. a freed d la Miami, beve limn victortore Off for liarri•bia -An Wouldn't Settle -Archibald Stouffer and
Tim antipatey e". 4f the French and Impered ration. et Mittens l 'Sr"- or' ather i b Tg° " at: -
Meet and Tennessee Persons with whom he
had conversed did not appear to think they through the Pr ec as dreen4 n ilt m urea t V . r lontro . Ile Alex - leans to the A niericana Is inere.ing, and night to be present at:finial& Hon f l the t rested last night by officer IlfeChesuiey, on a
Jabob Breeder, Miele and nephew. were ar
ta feel: there we instance:ter Americana having heen ' ream candidate for . e na
h ° a Marge of meting in a dis Orderly manner at
roor, w fell tit e-ii
had done anything wrong; their ones . regret big continues to Improve in a ' the Stat.. throe n Into prison, and all ore . ei he il i 1 to-d - o
Connollya tavern, on Federal street, All, ;
seemed to be that they had not mean, to mrry The people of Mississimil all - r to lie liwult. Threats of the indiserfratilat e e Me ensi t a? ' P ang
r " betty. It appearing that Connolly was In- i
mare Impreseire, and they nand , p for end rot • t
. ebt.sid to one of the defendatits, mid that a
out their designs.
aasert their opluione. /t Is a d Mt matter ' 1 . 1. a O . Americans are aololy made by the , Per sonal.-Eili,Ronor alayor Sl'Carthy I
Question-ls the feeling of hostility to the to describe the difference betwt - the peer le to oc o ic; n Imperial. autlim ities in certain , left for Harris/bit 'last M I h t ' demote arose In consequence of his demand- '
be States. yet tkere is a u It Is time, and it Isnetually ucceesarye ,i t o at -rg gt, o witness the ing the liquldatinn of hiS claim, the partioe
Government one which control* a great Mft- g f pi e ,f. iginualppl do n 114 • ti ne". he
that war vessels be • ollspateMel here ba' the , ila
~,m,:i. of nominating a canal- a ere rtiaeh arare a . ,
away. or only a minority of People in the re- Monts and dlectiosion with as ne m . o t: i. ere . ' ,. .; ;
tt.Tridt;:ilo Slate. government at onee, to prevent ' ddieu f re r i , d , IL
ei..../Litierman Owston will ; , --t----..- ---
glens of which you have spoken I as the people of Alabatna. He received , Un ' llett Snd demaiut a decent reapeet - for I , a ,____-....________ Meetings are to be held,overy evening the,
tate/ citizens and the American . ffsgele fe' - '
a mar, in Dr. Prestley's (Second/a. P.) Church,
Answer-It is the feellng of the majority. At warnings of hostile eeeret o • !maim., It i
Sixth street. Services were °Mancha/ on
the time of the appointment of line oMeerl He did not know to what extent, ' wait tak- ;
in ntg l e i l i en now be toe late, but longer tarry- I Fl4llll YESTERDAY EVENING% GAZETTE Itooday erenln gby Rer. Joseph IL Kerr- thia
a greAt many of th.e who had servect in the big Measure!' tO entertain. Itb k there hi g ce a eriMe.
I (Tuesday) evening, Rev. C. A. DR:lnm' will
army during the rebellion were repentant, no real danger to be apprehended, cause the , The Re %shit - Pita -- - 4 Anteater Nnhetitnte for the !Weenie Law re cl • /
There erns hardly a loyal man appoin t ed to a military authority and newer of • e Govern- P Min te Von %en than.
~„ . i p a t, ter. John B.Cltuer, la D., Is announedd
civil offiee tlnder the State Government moot „... topte, to pnt n own
on. nom,. Hanatanutto, March 5.-There Is great ex- At 'the meeting of the Temperance League, r
or Thursday ei °Mug, Rev. W. J. Reid for
Quieetion-So far as you know, how do Ala- onstration. The object Is le e r.s the eitement here. The - friends ad the ol fferunt !told lest evening, the following conomnuica_ I forrhine evening, and Hey. Jolm Douglas, a D.,
barna. and alinsiesippi eompere with Georgia
tr G h overmnent in the proper adm tratlbn of emolldatea are sanguine. Geary ' .
' r aaata , min e. meal from John W. Ridden, Esq., Saturday evening.
mantra of the country, by exer and mak- count seventy votes, and claim that they. eel
Answer-I think ther e ie n o t mew, dite er . lag strong efforts to gain very im ed con_ ho, , rea .it meet , ' ty on nrst hullo( They hat .• w heat' a aPerimme a. ASalatant District Attor. 1 U. P. Theologlem 5„.,77/ fl a r y.__ The an _
once; if any, it is in favor of Tennessee, 1 cessions tO the Solana and porstate , i f t el nem iquartereettalone's Halt haeolieada too given him nipple knee ledge of the work- j iota/ examination of the students of the U. ,
lit h i o n g k e Te f ro o rs r, 7ti e ts rather n more loyal State. 1:: : : T i Imilatilt the Nettie:nal Debt, or f r le,!:.ls ir e i . o re o, V , . t a la r e o t i f , ,thir . , , Ilzilioa,
3aft.1,11,5,t,,,^11!.. logs of the present Into and enables Wm to i P' Theeteg-th e nt a n ae o rn al l ' e-r I, in Allegheny will '
y, he 20th Inst. n - ,
have been loyal, art li l e m ist r t c h n a n t U tTey " t w h ould ‘T hav id e fre te pre n ve n a n prov a llOn forlts eas -C p ' l ) l t r e t a. ,;'. i ' frienn., alth a h ot. , ... .dad iris Cleo, form a corteet Jude - then t. to the - remedy to ; n e" ua 'nn l diTeriurs ° eto the lt stUdents, wall beglellvccred
_ , accepted the situation etneerely-, hnt lam eat- Congress; also in cane the arnmeut Catlin to-night who male a short speech of ;he applied. His bill e ill be foomi quite stein- ,On the Preeeeteg everilng by Rev. John ow,
Question. i telled they did not. I believe there is now az should become mei - deed In a Forel war, to t.i,tinamounittai ord er . beery,. friends folio,. - aro; enough to „ too t the t tetra , °a the nom , Eaton. Studente of the third year will deliver
. discoursee on Tuesday and Wednesday even- 0
, Where she -Is net. bilged to fay the
;existing. throughout the South it: o; T:l oo hei c r eernyetn . lte:o strike fqr the lade- ' '
; . eu e l . te , ,
, ana , i y on .r th , ail.. ila
, m ,r ,
o t e r..t 1 . 1 Li m bo! e e l
. w o ,t; ;, r , e .
- In .
~ extra' charge,
arnyoe,r,etulem,,Ltinno,f,the,thrrelLlogn. There are P I f tne et t 1 tea , ' in re , Mon, lint , nt t „ r __ ..! I ';„
. 1 . M
,r , 3 1 6 _ . ! Re
a t ma o ...Immo, speech. of a lead- , ors, is or Atia NT .Ll,2' 0. - tater :triennial', -----0.-______
t/1 s which have no said he knew of men berets:do engaged a a. "• ' °
mil tone The enthushoon and , •onildence ta
A rout at Elstlenthc-Renjamin Cutler I •
Nzlr Yoax, elareb 6.-The Tribune's Wash. nurri elute the surrender to make me be.. ie. .a eh atlion w ho had he etwan g aiti.... ( teary'', frionda have not flagged f .M e i o Is' i."-r""
.o ,o t r i e o : l , o n ,; lLed
. r o itica g and I t
.:3,...i i i i i i lffr t l o tt. o .= , I u 111 send lollotines to inorrotin r a". rn aZr it e s with siuttreitiro
o A r i s at reattest ,, ea pp lg o i- o o h u i I fo he t z ; ti i i r d o • rh oh o n o itiv o rszerera,... , Ftgd ir lnt, f l l , ght at i i i I t , ~ e „..,; .a , ,
Ington special say. ; Chas. it Russell and el.,;llsetinti-els there at y tl tw li
Moses Taylor, of Now York, hare been added to a foreign teat 1 Tbe're n ili n om m e n to n be le mani- 10 the Sout.
. existing license lawn, whtl7, In my Judgment, i nighb and were arrested b w y t ra dicers ° S ll li t atr I GOT GETS ' rErwarren
to the Come:denten to select and report neon a fasted a desire to have the ommtry involved ---__--....______
- --....--- 0 111 effectuelly era.' hate the evil of tippling tool eChesney In the melee, Benjamin re- i
, a; , a : oaf
.-- In a war will Preece, in !elation lo Mexico.
, Stntistice of the Nen Tork Railroads- now carried on under the delusive guise of j colved a severe cut on the lip, but declined to
new postelnee ette in that City.
XXXIXth CONGILDIS--FIRSIIES SION , Consolidation of Telegraph Linea. , "Inns anti Taverna" If It betem. a law, It prosecute. Both peril. were frned one dol
-1 think, In such an event, they would seize the
win close to ery doggery In the country, while i tar and costs, and were discharged. HALF THE" - PRICE
The RaLetnent is In general circulation and Lpportunity to turn ageinst the Government.
i Sir 1 Oak, March G.-Deliaty State Engineer it will not Interfere with the hotels neeeso ry '
publisbed In the evening papers, that the 'kis Ls the eentiment of leading men in the
Wsenittorow, Unroll C, isec,le ;
.;S•leiewratan pub/Intim very full statist - ma of the to the necometmlatlon of the public. Of ?lie - - -*-
Formate/Hoge-MI ha I MI , b toher do- '
President ha.s ordered the discharge
the zout l . l . . ere F e ms i n e a r l . l et i .., tag le:rn the epirit of re-
SENATE. • leek railroads. Len gin of the roads itare fifteen hundred tippli.nte for neense, Mt a ing bus (nese In this e ' ity, c wati cli2rg,l to- In '
ri I as strong as ever,
, tulles; engine, tela Capital stork • SIG an• a .
pirate Semmes. Counter to tide the Navy and In the event of the country being enengff Mo liemmY, of latinnesota, intreihreett a joint , cost of construetio t ; and aqui ine;itnieeate3 . ' e " '.."'"" i'rtien ""Ir " r " I '' ' Per "" L etir Irw in, Market 'Constable of Alleghe n y s „ l
r of their reetd opt (tom bona Ilde got.. seam re - with parehnsing a hog during market Tint:t a rs. ' Asked b ' i . ' a ' ,
Department, by who m auth or i ty he , tro . ota In a foreign stun the °nem ie. of the Govern- resolution for themstabi lahment of quarantine ; a -t 3; emit ot maintenmee atel n re I el rl
ea . u rid ,Mg at their houses, "sale. of liquor." ',nett fo th p • f libus I 'rather dealer s for toe .ante ante,
rested and la held, hate no infermation on the is M ai e n n td t n h o r tn u en, 1 ' s'''''
regulations to prevent ,the spread of the I ,t i l e . l ' ngt Year' 1tt0,e21.:444. total pal ning5,(449,642,- tilting almost their entire revenue. . ' r c "Tinn".."
a aga n lie
a hearing by Mayor lorrison.
Mao the opportunity to
, averego ex ponte• of all ull time -oat Per The quieten for staling withgett license adds , tbr
subject beyend the general runtor, end ills- attempt 'main ite destruction. This is a cot- Ashatie cholera, wblch te. referred to the emt. Trout number ot pure e ". I' ' .
hl lea, 2 V; in- Imprisonment to the money penalty In et ery
credit ita truth. It Ix certain that a strong Tobor...° of Goner. Thom.' tealmony, Committee on Commerve Jilted, :72.
,Lbe of conviction. Fin. rnay to some eatent Alumni Meeting.-The thin' anniversary . Barg - alum Alf 'llkis,lllolllll
pressure has been brought to bear upon the ' l'3 ° 2 . n i a l lr e a ato tea Mr. Morrill. front the Committee on Com- ; The Comni [nem of the Iti reefers of the Meet- 't 1 111 111 'II • of the Alumni Aesociation of the 11. n. Tema h
. res ra n ego ellor .1 ng, but tile super- ~,,,,,,,,. se ~ . ~,,,, , i in 6
tilled that in Wm Ma
ern ream nail United 'Oates T - ilea-ra t a Co
President, and that he has net dechned te in- elel ettlimltY he visited ' all the mum ana on, Moore, reported a bill to eetablish telegraphic , patties ere non In s 'eaten tit Vo ' clt •I t ; a' s
in T rinn"Mcne "In
va'el i . re i ' ;1' 'l9 I
te_oaestahls executive authority. cilia! towes. end every county- In South Caro- communication between New York and the I fer upon the terms tea con anlia . a t iti ' n ' a e it.l t"o'inent- more potent in stay ug the. poeullar crime Zin e h ti e g ,ion i r e ereA t h r Ti t e t a..: l ;q . .. t i t e n c tr o i fo od ; droaa
, know It le the true specific for tho treatment
Gisinarlarta. , •
The aavai committe e hav e remie e o a corn- line. On being mktel by the Committee what •
trY the ProPositton before tle le .
IA est ladies. ;
of this els. of criminals, abo have so long
rutudeation from Admind Porter inaisttng uas the feeling towani the governmenL
and so sneceesfuly braved the law and defied Rer• E. E. Swift, of thp First Presbyterian
that our iron clad vessels should be taken out e holiet It was friendly or unfriendly, rept' Mr ' C°nne ' S ' a e'"fa-a " , mnved °'"".° "P I
f $2O 000 THOUSAND 311OLLABS
the hill to extend the line for withdrawing 1 Deelltiell ARAIIIIMI Lieu. Huller ' its ministers. Very respectfully, ; Church, Allegheny- City, haa been provided by ; • ~'
0(14 - Ater while not In use, for the purpose of he thought the footing of the Majority of the
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goods from public stores.
, New I see, Morel.. 6.-The Nos Orlea tt , ju co . J,,,,,,,, tiF.R t5 ,,,,,,,, ' the congregation, with a comfortable lionise,
preservatien. This necessity wait urged hy people of South Carolina Ls not kind and ean
Osseo THoUSAND DteLLAua 4
Mr. Brown, of kiseourl, do-died to can up tome gir s •
n net malt ot entailer of Gen. Rut- , t e tO be abed as a arsona e
Deputy District Attorney,AlleghenrCon n , . P g .
i f t.:Zif t ic i ltillmard as early ati 1862, and la of in. , hardly Le called friendly. lie did, however, the bill for the mimitureement of the State of ler's seir c nr:
AN ACT relative to Inns and Taverns in Al
ttllng the vexed question as to tho ; meet with old genjlemen who seemed to show
I while In t•Oilintead at New Or
-1 ''. 20.000 THOUSAND DOLLA.Se
relative merits of Bait or fresh water In which I e proper spirit ana an undoubted ;Deposition litlati ‘ uri, for the:Tim. In equipping and leans, which has reran tly been In litigation legheny County. :
to lay up iron Mid Vessels. to be faithful to their duties . citizens nor, Py r ~,t he i ' Lliti a _. t ' l !'“ S a tate r: and been derided ng/1111,1 111, Genet. short . Micro's I. Be It ennetea by the Senate and '
tines. ailiesuee to AO ormen to letthe ie before the moment.. of th e city i i , th e ~n , Ht.,. of Representatives of the Gnomon- I
.. Ca airßELL-In netball), West yirtints, son- WORTH
The third Auditor of the Treasury has is- I after, bet h e met with a gm at a uto , p erorate
_ r eamed ey lum lie called up, Hone! troop!, the mune:Mel author tt ies !nada Wealth of rentlariVettill ill Generni Assembly "tre. March ,ith. iese flight Lter. Rishop ALEXAN- WORT.EI
sum a circular concerning extra dety and wbo exhibited HI feeling and a distaste - Rion to
D R CAMI BELL, In the 7Stb year of els age. -
pay to non-commissioned oaken and towline. get around In any way tbe • could • M . Brown said he would do mif it would j Mr. Pille the CO ',Olin evor I pre iof et ote met, and It is hereby enacted tem anthorltv I r ''
of the army, in which he imye that a Balsam I meats of the government ' • , l i la t ; l ean
r i ;T. not lead to a discussion. I which Hie toeteial ord area' ' the r ' ," ‘ "i l J en a to of the same, That no Ileenees shell hereafte - r H I . mile F'r'll 'fin thki i'd 4 ee froth lila iate realdebec
prebenelon exists relative to the legality. of I erenee to the negro. Thee.foPelitsig 3-exhibited Mr. Sprague, of Miele Island, said ho linen- i restore to th e e t ty Tre,,,,,, r , i n a r ' f an i t „r he granted Mr keeping an Inn or tavern with- • iiietltheri on rittrlothar, March& at 124oel oc k, a.
pea - loathe per diem authorized by the army ; towards Uniounien,theee who have been hayed de" t° teen " the "I named by lir. CO , Mti , t , ahleb, he ma i d ertina , l him ; a a orta , re r , th hi the county of Allegheny, where It shall ap- ' The tiends of the deceesed r ,
a t rag:teeth:illy invited
regulations of liaL The Auditor therefore froze the beginning, was un istako The bill named by Mr Bleom woe taken up ; ball anti ebein In lieu ~..r tlost 11 , 11 . I , ;, Pabl leer upon the hearing of the application , t o attend.
decides that extra duty pay cannot be allowed I biy hitter. If the military foree m s were -- a Ud Peeftd• - the ititincy. Mr. Palle has lately stimi the ea •
3 theiebe , 11101 the annual sales of liquors will
The bill to ertend the time for withdrawing for the amount, anti the aee Ihl,n of; the Judea exceed the annual receipts at Buell Inn or tars ''''"...."'''...".......5wi1w00..........„.......„, ,,...m......,,,Trirn.........„.
except to enlisted men employed at, clerk, in , it Itharros n from :south .Carolina It would
the military offices in Washington, at the sev- fbe a men, of great Minty to the freedmen goods from public stores, eras taken up, the was that It alio:Milne returned to him " ten ft om Oa hoarding and lodging of perma- '
ural geographical dirislcaus, department head- Throughout the state, end no Northern rest- t e
_n w .thirotion being to reconsider the vote ,
___„, s a o ~____ toot end Oyu, lent guests and sojourners. '__ _ _ 't""r-ata-P-tA.Canielerna• i
/ hi hit was peened.
ear. 2 net It sball be the duty of the prop. 1 ee . we - - ea..- - omen. - ---- -
quarters, and In the West Point Military : dent could then remain there unleas he court- At the expiration of the morning hour Die Contioned Fenian Excitement. I. r• court hat Mg jurisdiction thereof, to ewer. H....LDA.... C.A.u.........N..-A rtt- ,
Academy, to whom such payment Is not pro- jal the favor of the indeential. The Melte is
oil and most picturesque Mara of Sepulture, sit- '
Whited. With the exceptio. entioned, no more intene • aeon , . CI f / , ,g Joint resolution to amend the Constitutiot on Saw toes, diarch 0 - TtAaniaii excit -n) • t tut., I.Nt I mato and determine by the evidence set. ou the uelands, inattedlately north of Allegbein 1
soldier will hereafter receive is duty pa a ;
commoom. t.l hoo t...t r a ol e o T o o 0 P O .T.o.o N ogto . the subject of representation was taken up. still continues CM : thonsandldollars t ,e tlrle of disitaereeted 0 itheases as's. ell as Die Oath
and payments Made by distill ng oftleem ln ei a 11.1m 1 . 'dile, conditi on o f o n ea,%,, and pi, I a Ma• t B ottlehnrY. of D elaware, addnseed the yesterday subecrito ' d byatairoFath er m o tt o , of the applicant, the amount and eharame r o f
• Prr e a,? ;; ° t taT ri vr o trign p . .
4. ;, x:rrerrh a V
tn violation of this derision, ii, not be allow. Itta was mem, the atone it 9 that oe South Caro- - V r ha m c'll''''ltimt to IL Society alone tool the contributions f-om th e • 'etch annual sales mai receipts ne near as may env. Mace. at the Cemetery. P Title Dreg, rente d ,
erman from the on e....•
ea to their credit mi the se ment of their lime end there um hostility egai tia t uni on i ,, ••Shi d ; . 1 eate-•-•ee es , era/miry sources are deny more than doubled, be. - sed MI ether business will be attend e d t o a t /p e p, I
accounts nt the Treasury. men and late bent termite from the North.. m i e li g ar he 1.:47;i J o n flpegc.
er ti t il e tL t d:e r. ite ß t e h r e .. ;11,,iiriort demonetration wag held at Tammany Sf_f t,e 3.. e..,
e d r hat ei rM? 11,4011 retualg vinous, Wlrthouse o=t.utiLleirsitco:d. corner et Fedena .
he Tribtote's Washington MI al o save .• ' There are some la It r • 1 ' el - end
ili.i.,.:‘setifni.,:ih,a,towbichatanumber ot the 1
ni f ' ill • vi ; • t t ' t l
I°I TI " °-'thi l ° l4 (""). ° oid. eA.rkELLY. .
Gen. Asboth, who come to th on as the Florida wbu have be ' et ' i ol m yr e e n ' ("ear-
a mine act, approved June an, Pen. and Car other trial' flo d f odd rearr , r aere o. ea lam, wit tont CMPte, II DI . upon con
ye me but the pre- purpose.. The bill tea, Intended teg' prove'', dellv • I I i e ft i .".'
~,„„3 ; , a , „ ad t rater, the itat ; ai r s talon thereof, le sentenced to pay a llne not _ Secretary and area. tar .
adjutant of Kossuth, has been a o toil min- : roiliest sentiment, whlell is bound to control, that the WOrda, °all dividend', In scrip or , Shepherd ami 3lr. D. Killian in en fl,r e rti on , 0 3 , re.lIng thr, e butelnal dollars, and to un-
Iner to the Argentine Repel, le, instead of ; is similar to that ln South Carolina.
to Venancio° as first reporte.L I Chas. 11. Lewis, Secretary of the CommOn- money thereafter deelared due, and whenever ereet temeaston s ate be log mede to lan h the acom ail Imprisonment not exceeding sir TERRITORY FOR SALE Mi. I HOZI:XIC,II2C elio eZCZe..
the male shall be payable to atocklioldere, ranks mei finances 1110111 ll', and it:l Ine s Inconsistent bere alt li
Tile /Terold's Washington special says i it ealth under Governor Plerpont, add hie d,
31Et. ii 33362 .2"1".11ZE rib foCli.
holders or deitmatorea , should mewl
be wet the otme are hereby repealed.
Directleng have been given Dartment Cone , eided impression in regard to affairs in that r ileY
- 4 .- - -op-
olidividenta wherever paynble, whether to
ME. itSiDdri i .lEE alai CIO..
menders tO vaeate all rent bnlldings as : State, is, the mass. of ttie people, and by '
The Npanish-Chlitan Ottlicult7
rapidly as the Axegencies of the service will I thbi he did not cady men ,. th ,,, ~,,,,,,m g
cia . , I non-restdents, citizens or aliens.- Them:lend- N.. . , m '
The Criminol Court.
to - FIFTH STREET, . -
tent In to Trrect an eseentiol error, the word , ' t tie, .oh e.-/ he P melon ta "le set- ,
St Vim/ STREET,
permit, and to collect the troops remaining but al/ those persons who are not politician!,
tlement of the epenl.ll4 lillian .Itflieult., is not ti`tri utel to the ustini hour tals morning, a ....
"whenever hevitte Men printed for the wool
ta their commands In the regular military were very favorably disposed toward theta's.'
tal RIFTS sTitEST, ,
r i e ery ,,, :i t r o lli b l , fl , //
, I ;1 , 1 li rt . :...,. It,. There le mei) . a hen the Grum Jury ens 'worn and received
parts of the United States. Two regiments of f ernment at ths_t_lme of Lee's surreuder. He " ' e l m i r r e ja: t . i rsi . h
. 400 TO SBOO EiCil.
colored elarlary and one battery a heavy ' bellevea very deMded efforts had been made 'r. oo rom t c Committee on Indian ,an, , ;
~II Ito r r at". ood L ogleod oat , the charge ot the Courtfrom his Honor, Judge
oppo3rUe the Opera //oust,.
smc, , , 1 Affairs, reported a bill to provide for an an- la. , a 7 ~ , 1 ., . , ",. ~),..• I ni ,,,, i -,.,•••• 0,, 1 ,, . ,„ . T , , .
artillery are to be mastered out . City Point , by politicians to change that feeling
or their su,,,d, ~1 eopper This is likely • ''ae. . • edge, In aililition to the usual i We are nee preoared to sell in fee eimple tor
tGat tlineoind he was aFrold they bad a great I a c ,„tr i ,,,, "l r a cil , ° :, l , ; " 'mil" Aircir '' *liith wI" I. ' '
FT i. NiiitED TO Ella HT Ma-Lairs LAC Le nom -_ - ___
oghg• an Int pet ge, te aoppel .•,.;,•rpt Ise, end 111 qt ructions, relied the at tent ion of the Greed ,
The Secretary of the Treasury has been deal of success. lie hollered a majority of i --- - b - Me o ' is m so ' t r i ter ,. r eat , stoeks timing tbe grow ing 4/11t1 statue.,
It liable gat tote, situat. on Mast Makory ,''''''• " i
" t t .. e. .----A
I•.ty to the mar:tire of Ignoring tells in easei ' +Mae leo( a mile of Demos R., teiti ai s eae oa esionan .FACTURERs.
rokoglAvir,h,entfhigiftlytisporrseesgwolds, under e ; the people of Vtrginla !meta Ptill ile 10y.I if I
i aere.behumereinCrolus'elTnYanlrd th2t he al.tred tii ,m, mil ha nea eimaie us a , . 1 .1. tergely •
a the hest oil di/driers in Lb ca y ' These pots
e ages and it were not for publishers of putter. and pole ,ad .a Dm erne on that s a mimeo+. 'antis-matt 11 c ~ 11...,
ar •te • unlect, bat Iva I . e hore t lir p; ,aeei t I err , lld not appear s eon eon ton front 'Mee-fourths ' of "' an tr a;
11. 1.0 011 t• rvitiliftWeiii-lir-o'
acre i - - RKS. ~ .: i •
other causes, are, If marchaSed be a citizen of ; It ietans, who, to n certain extent coutrolled 1
not premixed to do so now. Ile mosed the
',llea !Iv ‘,.t...4 t Id- helot' that this euatom. .... Ti , b , et. ee bele a . the mly chance where
the tanned States, entitled toregtetry. public opinion. Ile belles . . that many of ; IXiStrnernelit of further considration of tbe The Steam er Lorjeu erat isi aaa tar et prat alai t aiming Gram! Jill 1.4, frequently , willorf near Demi.' lieu eau be, perchesed In Orrin m. tote ................. . ... „ma t , so cm,
The fiereld's thulada cotrespondent of tbe the old politictans am engaged In promOtli
tepaed to 'defeat the . no. of justice, and In- ; ... ta at, a " " "°.° I°. a gora , • °•• les - in them
Ild inetant, writes that the Canadian Petite- 41 1vantlfactIon N, ith tbe Government Ho ha ' ,p.„..i! „ .. h4 :„ P „. r° ,. Pic j i ,i;, l° ,„llT,...„ ii ,, i ' ic ' e ° clock "' lnc ' Xt. - Yona. 3threll O-The Oill, teldaion a l
eno woo to peohn e to tan at aiu LIBERTY HUCH M. BOLE &CO
ment is to asSetuble In Ottawa'on the aith in- no reason To believe time there is tuty : '''''''•".•• “ "aa a- ••""''' aa 0... „
.. . ~ _ streetat :Mat err not to Ignore hill 9 charging I STIM.ET Pine, rh a
an examine a map of tbe
A very long - Lay message from the President la e0a .,,,°„,4",S tr t „' a"' ', to o•e tot ,• wood °frame, nf a serious grede, +lmply because ioo f it . . I ht, '"' ;
ga e n e t, i r t iLti. t ie Is o;iti-nßere%swile Leara n turr . wil o l sutreluot ann,%terta,rt,t,i,zoatolife:olton,lhot;tfbSotainteo,.tbout from ;
t . k. In reoponse to mr, Sumner's resnlution ot on- a w e , ‘arai er C,',, ' ''" , "" r " nnr " Me. P h tai tbe proaeretar troolit tett fosse er when walled. bee. ° ' ne g nrt! e-.."1";,`JA`41,0,11,,1,Nrri- POUNDERS, ENGIN,: L'IL, - '
DEES AND RA
at the simmer be tv 111, rine ii„,,,„,„ 1 ,, ; -
gantry an rega_rd - to the organization of
~. t e mild be totter to let such mh7.2t Tideoute. Ai moo Comity i. e .% aHINLiTS; Manuracturea n s of Land and; Mmlne
both bodies &Confederation question is to en seetweionLete of that State, be erati - In.
was burned on the n t to et the nt 1
. -e- ENGINES. LoCOMOTIVFO for Coal Verbs, OIL
governments ie the lately rebellious Mites,
iatsee remain ON et mitt the miming term. He
about. eighteen miles Low that f t ' ," 0 41; " : ",
be introduced, and every effort will be made I clined to think that a great many of them
alio ell edall to tbe practice among some ''''''''''''''''..............................„,,,,rar, .
YELL ENtle La, and 'Asti , Med of-Machinery,
wos read and ordered to be Prl.todi ate, 0 the , were tweet -N.' killed ami t e ems -fit a mlat ' - ' ,• r d °
to carry tbe scheme throe h witbont further , would Is• very glad to lute the eonn t !yin volved
made tn order. Ail work warranted. CAeTINaa
rmort of the operations of the Freeumena sa e arta ra a„, o , a ' s; t ;;;;;;;;;.0e . , „
00 „ .11,1,1r:10,m, of settling or compromising a LEGAL.
delay, The name de ned on for the con- in a foreign war, In the hope thut they could
of to em deeeriptlon made tn order. Repairing
Batman, both of which were referred to the
; r ; lieinti, casen Imo eat rafted the Jury. to fine - .
,- - -
atecatnery promptly attend e e to. fa •
federation, Is said to tie the Celled Provinces twain tat up It seeesnon party ln the Saute; 1
not, insured The nate es of the lolled ma
of British North America, and it is thought too he Mel no 1i1f.14 thut the majority or an -
. leautentee on Reconstruction. . ' wounded aria 110: I.riou 11
; Mr. Clarlt, of New Liatupstilre, cutlet] tip a dl. a eu hist ley mug 'st I ate' , !Mom theaat,,aLLE NT CO ViiiTz ...---Ini the Zee - al/OP. CluntsEß OF POINT ALLEY AND
et , elgi k nee , '''t their on a k now ; leige, to tie _m a ... a tn ., ~„,,,,,,,,, h u , mcf . tiom„, BAN g in, ALLEGIIEN Y arvzit., matx the Pant,
that the Gorernor General of Canada, lord !Meg like a majority. of tbe people' of Via
joint resolutlon to Kite the consent& Con- I
omit ) of owe ail Olre.e.
op,. of the e madstrators of WILLIAM BELL. de-
Monett will be the first miler.
ginia, entertain ttrly HULb Sil'al or .lesire at I
L f I
After the Orand Jury had retired, the ease eeased. And now. lebreery toh, A. D. itee, ea a - itsENAL --;
- - '
The nm. , wa.hi.gtoo .pecjal tory-s. Intel- das tone Ho believed the feellog was cm. , g re " t° the ccuie " Ltr. .. 4 Berh alY a udit re' t e "'"-ret"e Policies Bc ' elnica
GLASS WORRS, '
ligence has been received berd bi i the govern- fined to the most ullau secessionists. He be- 1 so a rl, r. helotti s ng ar to p t , t
... s e tAte of Me
, Inoved at to amend suranee ut de . r w aessalip t , is „,t,„t a ~ 7 7 ,,, tof kik?: 7 4 1 .I!enr, Merged with abandonment 1 ...steals open court. SAMUEL PA LIIIER:F.sq
1 fe Tb °recta, was'ealled up. Mrs a pointed Auditor to melt the account and "k
e i=t4 effect thsA
3Tbermas tancts,li d ea- e 4 fieved Mutt ree-creleerne , mumcisee '
. e ----- - an " t he Iby adding a jaroviso that the questlon be de- j policies of ;ire inar u ir u 'a n ra et• Y tO a ltTi r t a ll a tf Y In' Ta are o a ; 71 . 0T:y 1 Wan bUt a ttnnti the demi, end teatillett , drstribution of the balmee due ao Id ma
c MODES, RIRIE & CD.,
ag Goveriar e tf re y
re ; ; =Ol Nr...p .,,, i t i ? brlf bo d e t st r it , el a state of termined by. rote of the people of the eine m I the Metropolitan Fir- be partmeutO t 7ll; " l:ol- .that her husband had abtindonea Imr and re- l er ., , it l Pgfru,..„fpg-. '
It gua l rerrito7,bas a lssued a roci
et result, but , Ge.. „
• feffd to nethe provision for her support and ' ' • arn ' ar d ' ererd ' a , o
Eeld at VI ril 1 e " 'i 1 " te t i tr ace
lasts for one year, end seem., one thoua
&tag: ftl e Xtria n • tei t" fogi ' a State uo r flr.! I i7r,"rnbA..'"v.i'loc.a. not= c' egi , 7l. °P . l l.: r f I Mr. Clatk &aid 11 •teople of those esoenties 1 !ad dollars to the Madly in otototaea h elate that of her child. Rebuilt, , VIIO 1.4 a bop or ... - .. ERR " N ' Ch ''' lill'l l ' i r rs AVIA ißit trriffi t tre-4 3 1,11re ji obg, t." Cs l S:
rof the annexation ' on du
about nineteen foals Of age, mil still at his The umiersiseed wiu noted te the dunes of his pr.., &a._ li, ambeine-No. In IvATEn BTHEET
, go out again If they can belp It Tb.e poll- ' 1 111 1 :1trit v.ord„ dth.tror, 0, .uLee. hundreti dleablln d nvc
' ' 'e'en'
• t rude, was eened oroo , to rook , oototomoot oo , madcap:lmi in the eoeve ease, at las °Mee, N 0 .. 7 ir, - tween ismithaeid aud Grant streets, Pitedimach
, th ' itt , °e " w Prmre their I° Y eit3- t° th e rn, 0 , ., •ottig in one or the countl., only thirty - 3. acet'lm'L
to 14 by he hal abetiorm al iiie aim H e at e r n F I fth street Pittsburgh, on TPF-bil AY. March 27th, I t ti e n 'a rao .,, ..
ter, at :o'clock, r la . a Iveu and where ali perm,. ar a t --
4 o our tt Ares to be superior many man-
Voted. There NrCre thirteen tho.and vOLOth L ; ; G - , refused to am°. er. Ina on the court Instating r
NEW I'ESSY TO RE TRIED. r ,,,,, ,11 , ,. .„ ,... ,,-.. 44 r . .... ,
v t., ,, , ; , , , 3i:ut t . .1 h 11 : xt
In the county now:and out ot these are thou. ' en en. alront-e. Is e boy ton keens. ~,,„„ ~, ~,t , ,,„. , r h ,. 1,,,,,i any tO o ra; h e ; Interestal mei ..ti ad.
Gi. c .. . , :e •r e pst . , Ite r tour int. Always r ....d,
! Miss Clara Barton, of llicalssinpl, who has d t hddl dp . . •
4l.ntra that h• left her because, on going home , " '" w3w a i n ' t- RITEL PALM gas -titan., . ponaptly attended to, ;an'atliraertetatjin. Alta
treet; e0g0h .,,,, 0 tr , retteettiog foe to l mh , g 0 .. 0
of eau wo nn re am 3 were In fat or of ;
the prepesielon which he (Mr. Riddle) h a d
~..,, h a,
h . ar ~ -Lieut aen ',rant ote. night, be found her In bed with Mir ,IN THE HATTER OF THE AP- 1c1""C_...".. stela!,
: Oth Union armies, testified before tne corn
t roue this city lost e Ight, ot r ., ..,, 1r father .on Mantle this, Mrs Boley rushed at elic Are ,E 4)F - THE GREAT WEeTERN em. notams, - ,..„ - ,
~,., . -------
Important. from Mexico..
„anlttee, thin sale thought the people of the Prenented '
South had no respect fur the Goverem t and Mr. Clark sold it 41,1 not appear that there F ar., W aal Polta 1., e n lit e n t1gr0..4, collared hina, and while de- HA VD, "of lit itsbe rgh. fur charter of IlleOrrOlu- JADIES AltweAft . ak;. ......... -,
Were any t h n o /ans ad k opted to p i revent n full mo .e . tr in t tnna a o l r I
j i , c ,i i. o ,t , :t s , ebo it fie shot tty illr noittirenga t im loudly . u liar, undertook LO "Tne I%.4'o'n'itl't7'LTlrlri;)ltai'fafelir
I ; less friandehip for the negroes than when'they
eery, inc. the
- , owned them. They - say the paaple would I
t We t' : who were n alise t e n t . ll:: trie he re " bel a 'an y e enii k at th aer h one , . we lel, 1ie.;,..1.,,,!.,.,,xeL,1,trig;;;kt,1,11.1 ; h t , 1 , 1 1 - , r , :t e : l lit , t , ti n, th ip o t all I i hen,. The tipstaves
eetttion " for caarter ot I , i .•
I roteeted the youn Yuan w, ~,, ~ , , i tie' rparat or, of The Great
; again reduce them to slavery, but she would ; not to ; rare op n o w t , to vote no,. having lwen a betruta 01.
' from the Oeia e toe!. or itl , '' t t lininfonea " ~,,i,d l', ti..e' C0ur1... 1 .1r.11, 6 ,, 1i n; :rta yin ti g g be.'
V .- OIL OF V
... .., ITRIOL AND AQUA ANIMONIA.
AFFAIRSIZI A DEPLORABLE CONDITION. I"' waiit ic m ihk"he chime° °( heih g .81 °Vet I air. Rlddle n e n aid a great many who went Into
Th,o eau TM. ( ourt ...aerie] the defenden tto the woe, and being ot the ' opine r in M y a t t tit ' : s a ttei pe
, find be In their power. Tbe Freedmen have ,/,.„ -,„..4 from these companies wore Colone/ Bower, General Grant's Atijo- i'' e b ' n ' t P ' r 'l'. 025 r n • I
payment ot t- pe eek ,tOn Id lalorful. tiaOrdcr that notiee of the applies- CZ/filets:s e MO neco,x-3.T...,t Eit.,
--. the best Of feeling 'towards the Government I Li - I,' a - I;i' . arc ' 3.
.... t „,,,,, , ,,.. 1, 1 .,.,....,,_ iv ~,,,_,. .er
I ts/. Rapport of hie
j ute, and child. •
,noriwei,roeyhaorftme.gublished In ta t e/LULA lib zerrt.,
1 and people of the NOrtb.
Mr Clarke suld, if that was m. he w.
~ . .,..0 ..
;,°' :,, •
~, i": a ; I 7le folleming psrt tei, being convicted of , rt;
.lel charier will b . "Tgn ' k ' t thr “ . "' cc " . .c d th?' s?
P.I7TSACI k OH. P.l.
Theranadlan Confederation Banquet. 1 Llertenant Colonel Dexter IL Liapp, on duty , anti f ovo l put them into u f State 111 welch the); '
, surety of the rota t e, were sentenced ea fOl- ceert, if
.„,,,,k.i.grithrte.4l,4lllth=t, t?ritu of , thla - - -
' for the Freeettnen'a Bureau in Nortn Carolina, ;
AdJetaut 6 .;.',-.1 .. ck , nert.lT;; ° “llV. s tat?" ' "r''
p,s, - TII.M. Ir. COLLIMS. ..... _ ..... ........... Oati--truloll
ein apl l to li l t; i orceit h into a rube .
~,t . Instantly killed by foiling 1 4.t....en the ' rl'r: 4 1 '17 , .'0 , ..., - ,77:,°,4°`b'otr in gitz.„!;;,.;,-.4Hin W I , ' "'arr. BY THE e•atitT." COLLINS Sc. Wm '''
' teelfies that'll° had a knowledge of twenty I ~w , .,. t, G m
‘ O 3" •- 0 , Anew Jerrie H WAITIR, Frothay. fe.Wood
,' counties, and the seeessionists had no incline- 1 a t ar - e a, o 4 r h to n t :a. ~e e 74,,Iterahtfirtat°1'eath°•-°-
under the e bile attempting to get on not 11.., the train pay costa ; Michael aleelarren bond a M
elOte - ' '-
Brass and Sheet Metal Werke lei
New Tons, March e. -The new steam frigate I tion t: r os : u t t il l ? r & th ff:rntne t u b t,tr i, 02. waL ; G,,,,,,,,, erd n.i,C ced ~,,,,,,,,,i at. to et ,,,,,, :d 3 , tr. stortlng from tito station Gmtend Grant Bat my MeGinnese, pay colt. ' 'TN TIEE DISTRICT COURT, No. S 4 u "'.7. ° ""u "d ""th , B "r" '' '.'l . d ' a t. "'"" ''''''
styles of Bri, anis used by Gat msetuse'llittreet7s
Madame-skew:id the steam sloop Idaho will be ; a mO r re r I rt ove e fer the gOvegm h ent a new e rhan y ttey ' lir. Pomeroy asked Ida Riddle if he would o ri e lerrel o t i or u t: l t o u r tl i t o be sent I. Wemt Point ;
_........ -_ . -5.-I.laM.lTl.tatilop,ltrgro.elkpretnieT !s• Cetheriee orders promOy tilled. No, LieSECOND STRIETT
subjected-to a ninety-six hour test in a few bad at My time durum then:hellion. and only I b r rs ° ul t :fr a ittri t trgrre o t ti t le VI Ft r io t' il t ql's h t7L. l . ` ' l"
The Other Hide.
, 4 To Ann Meptoske,.., one of the defendants atom P-ill'!'t.l.ha..-Pi!--h:!a--- ----- aa oelay.
days. The engines of the Idaho were builtpy submit to it as a ueeffsity. The most sensible I Don of color.
i ',•• I live he e More mn I e it fa ainetl: Toe Brew fri. P ill I'
r.. 0,.. ik..,.,,,,„e r ,,,,, 0 „ i,,, philnd e l phia. t 1 .r t etondle c et that
art our ecienda la the 8
above case having been returued with the property SEVERANCE, No. ,INS 'WATER
f them intend to make the most of ft. He I Ur. Riddle said be woultl mt. o rat , a 0ra ,, a , 0; ~,r a, ,
_ The ~.,.a . ,,
~,,.. ; a di/11/nit; bad arisen on last Sunday between . &seethed therMn. rained at the sum of smo °O. mil EnTsirolotty.,, mnitataetu r of BOILER
Mr. Forbes, cm the Dickerson plan, and the Zits satisfied that it was their intention when
ir. Riddle's proviso was not adopted. 0
, i::ne [ration in Dont of Initt petition,' Hall to- the drivers On the Pittsburgh and Manches- I said. v&o , a d tl l lin , h o ts m i . ing been einntoned, you am here- lof e , ,Th UP; Inj 0"”' "'LE'd.
terms Of tbe eontritet call for a speed of dfteen they got back, to unite with what over parties •Ihe joint reolunon uas then passed by
o Mo. Court ou the 2.71, DAY oF ; partientarotera oraah roato o
ie. en Immense. mid dialoral Jam, ter Rtille ay ana the stockholders In tbe Cmr.- I Vallee' next, to accept or refuse the mid property l or rata fia a' a d -- ' ' - a - " Pate "" wic hh"iii4 ere.
knOta an, hour. It la eald that the Idaho will at the north they mn so as to repudiate the vote of 32 yeas against 5 nays.
stepbens to la the head et all Fenians \ a o. ,
teenier at short notice. Aimed.-
could not say that there wane
At fent o'clciew the emotte, on th e motion or 1 , 0nr0e.g.,i,,,5,
r, - ,:P . i imny . that on last ',today no .rs were run, ,at the said 1 aluation, In puntuance of the order of 1 . t m e
prove a greater fallure than the Algonquin. retrelptileuty.
fo ß r e the pu e, but there was a i
. Court. JA , , , oh ft
w.,,LTE.R., niffn cannon/yen band.
Mr. Grimes, went into eeecutivo 4e1.1011 ana ,ne first blow ei t Ile kcal t of F.II,I„J ' T„ n „: I tool ou Motelay morning the places of the old I teictiewilawe
/t 111 reported tbat the narigation of the common undermanding and an expected j mon after adjourned.
' land to be humbled ; loaned rerogno t ,f, et, , I drivers iv et e 'applied by nee ones TM leo
Hudson river to Albany, will beopen in a few thing. that the freedmen and Liti/Orl men do
_e a , LETTERS - or Ai -- ; ------- 1 , , Ts - •nin IrnAkTioN , PLANIS/3, ORGANS-ace.
not canna much Mame for justice in the State , iIuUSE.
s n coined to have ittaine,l ground teurtm having been raed tth end. ige n the , ---_____-_-_-_-_______L__
courts. fie thought the secessionists of North I em motion of Mr. Loan ihe &senate bill, grant- aMeoded I It, Charter Of Richmond ri r l ,e l . , i l c :ol: blame wae annulled to the driven; estate of' --JOHN GLYPE" a:ceased '' , Mile ' re on - Wilt ALNARF. • & CO.'S Finer
D.Arey McGee; writes to the Hem/a that tbe Carolina would agloot any course giving them log land to ald In the construetion of u rula Adopt 041.
-is ho, lo the war, we are obliged to sav, and , knowing themeelves Indebted to the same will mak: PREMIUM GOLD MELIA
letter to B. ti. Killian concerning the Irish im- uny renaonahle Impes ot obtaining their inde- read arid telegrePh Ile. rrom the Ste.. of Ricnierm e , i, , ma r ,,h ~ _a ; , , ; „ ;eada ,, ~,,.3 I are re. /Men I the - pitt rims of the read will bear I limuediate payment, and all persons having claims
endence but he thongla they had no idea of I
, . , alinsouri and Arkansa. tO tha /amide coast, , elterter wee setae toed 1,, the q nal 'tied i °ore es ont, hate the reputation of hetes; sober, molest tbe said estate, will present tbem, dubious ' 3E:S' .X.ALI II IIIT IC) IS ...
Milleatieet ill a forgerY. No such a letter WM l ig
hting. He belie, ed a great many of theM , we_s taken from the Speaker's table, mad j toalav mei ii as oil , tte ii y , nme , toot. and °Waring The charm mutest I theattettler i , rer .ettl etneol• to Theseintrammus having been before the public
written lby him.
soled join the eommim enemy if they thought ' twice, and referred to the Committee on the ,Tt Id n ' ' 'et " ' " rn • - '' , enur - -e" ° '
l ay or 1,111 kerma.. Im elected for Mt, , them they indignauth den,y. mill assert that M.. ANNIE aLYDE. , for th putt/Mt - I
AdMlnktratrtx °fames Mame demand, I . e yyeare Illre,_l.o ll their excel
fft letter foam Maeatalan says that the condi- there was any reasonable preipect of enemies, pacific Railroad.
I , aiifa c ilVem. lina , tleOr action laet Sunday Nrnti in accordance
r emained. m UNPRECEDENTED
bin of affairs in the immediate iseighbormod Mit be wee elear in the idet (het they would ; Mr. Bontwell, from tbo Joint Committee on Yenr"0t.bn :? 1. 3 .1, 4:. " , "' ,., ` T1, 7,-",. I•I I s 11. , .1L.b.04, thee under:toed to be the desires, ; Nos. 78 mid Se Market street, Pittsburgh. '
, fktediaddia. !..poi.;;toet.tw. prinimacm them UNE
la deplorable. T.ho French occupy Mazatalitn, not fight the North env more, as the/y are now I Reconstruction, reported It us part of the ova oet t neo
I wise. and Inktruthon, of Colonel Kountz. ' fclitilawdew
therebyretatning a port, but I believe the satitleil with the expeilment. 1 lenee relating to the States of Arkansas, 11.10- I
1 Tboy further ellege that they all appeared "on LETT , ,
ERS TESTAMENTARY oil 1 _"" 43 Fifth atreet, Sole Agent
whole State of lelnalea outslde is in pones- Acting Prot ost Marshal, Gen. Brooke, of ; enusippi, Georgia and Alabama, aud sicked that I
Reciprocity Trent) Hill Untie' on Monaay merrting, reedy to take out
lon •of the Liberal forces. Corona is la Alebanta suet they menied to be fretting It be printeal. It was se Ordered.
rs bat finamg the dinicoity htui as- I the mtate of RICI.AIeo e. ourtm, deceased. TLIE BIOLJOBEIIY, NEiV YORR,
ebief command, and is hovering near the gettemaly under military mile; tbe result w. fir. Kelley, of Pennisylrailia, introduce,' a aee I 'me, Ilateh e. -The /earl Washington I ,I,L',',lirell'‘,l
a a'autle proportions thee handed or r , having been limed re the undersigned, all peraons I
ta , having Maims monist said estate will present them, ,
city, With a force of One or two thoMeind men, that one heard much disloyalty. . b I allowingcompeneation to maimed soldiers • ?P ee ,, hti " °t Y ° ' The Wa a a ... II "ait" tot omit - tl •.1 r .'-. I ti - I- n e 9 ,11013. i /
Il i , 111. t„e i n ie r t ri . .. tt. It rel. gnett t duly authenticated, to me for settlement. md an
among whom are several Americans tine Qu.tlon-lf the people of Alabama were a d sailors aim arc eniltied by law to emit!. , ,".„., e ° ,,,` e n a te , matte. , 10 - oeY oi elsemoing it Ma r e L . ... Loeb. °T.,
o con ent M i me. t a return of I permns knowing themeelves ludelned will make
other forclgriers, recently entiated, Be had left to themselves relict trey prefer CO remain clad limbs, in lien of nett artificial limbe. Read . '',.," ." .t.t . ta to.' the Pia° , "r I ho ~I P.,
the East to set tratnediate payment to me.
made a dembnstration outelde the fortillem under the present Government or see the CCM- twin and referred to the Committee on Min- t'''', treaty Aneffort 11111 be nuele to procure ; n o ' I
e l et ; t ‘ a t ' t. ' n t ha i -' 1111
t tem M r IL t n it return e r t era w
D. S. MACRIT3I,
Hens, withinthelast fortnight, ',ebb% resulted feden t oy estabibthea i
tary Affairs. Its Immediate onesideratlon I.N Ulf notio.
call upon him in a Imly, aml feel confident , Executor of It C. Warm, deceased,
In unimportant seri
Answer-I think tho maJority of them would The Rouse reconeidered Its order in refer
that he will do tbem ample J esti.. The storY , tetalawdaw a tNT,S...T7BmantiliZl;ACe.f.ni"reet..
The bitterest: feeling, tMl =ta between the two prefer to see it established.
, mice to tbe Military Academy bill, no that Mr. i May - os 0 ElPeted. , bet atioat tn. the old drivers had placed ola , ~a ._ '
parties, particularly among the Mexican, W. A. P. Birmingham, of Maine; testified • Schenck might again ,offer his atnendruent, Ber ra t.,„ mar e b .;,_ al ; Il ea , , tll tl t k with a view a 01,- , ---,-
, ~,dk,u p„,„ , I IIL 01411 upon le rlle
theinsetres, and hanging, Wlien prisoners are that he has had a sbo rtemumercialinterconrse I which he did, as followit.
vi:ete tt l may or o f itoeb astat, m e. slrilettn . it i lli . e Trag ir si o rag o ly
taken, ls not Mre. No merchandise or pre- with the insurrectionary districts in Missis- ',aided, further, That no part of the money ; q7Aizr.,,....-
vislotui are permitted tole's. the elty fOr the alppi. HO though; In „larch, before Ltte , s sno appropriated by this or any other act a hai lbo , -""' ' 9 "" ''','"" "'". ''''''''' It. r " r ' '.- nn ' a r r ne m ..
, , o Oswego, and Ci.l id Weed e l Won etts elec.
interier, and hence trade is quite reined. render, the general reeling within the Federal applied to the pay Or subsistenff or any MI. tea maven. o f utica ' ' - - ------..---
A Novel Book of Original Entries.
Heavy imparters ha the coast cities, who. have /Ines, of all classes, was one of entire mamas- I det from any of the States declared to be in - .
recently retteived large eargeati from Eiffel)°, sion to the Federal anthorities. There was a • rebellion against the Govenunent of the Uni.
I I edge Sterrett, of the Common Pleas, was
and upon wbieh them are obliged to IlaY disposition to accept, resullly,any pnblie office !DM Mate,. appointed after the dist day of , CITY AND SIIIIIIRBA,N. ' engaged yeeterday in the tot. of the case of
enermous antlea, stiffer very heavily. the Government might send them, in ember a ; January, ises, until euelt State shall have been
John It. Romano. ra George -Romaloyes ad-
At a recent Canadian confederation banquet civil or military capacity. Thetn was a feel- I retnrned to its original relations to the Ladon, ..
atCOMmall n.J.A.McDonald,of the Minim big that they had no rights, and that them I under or by vine, of an am or Joint Resole- I The Frame I.nvir In Alleghen7 telnistrator, being an action for labctr done.
try, said: eve that ere marry week/Jaen,' had been forfeited by rebellion. Subsequently', . than of Cengreee, for tat. Cage Mane and pre- , Our friends across Lim river eh . '
road t ato , i n The prosecutor worked for his uncle, George
perhaps ere an d you will see that tbe this feeling seemed to disappear, after the sided
mind the Important election which has been I oemeloY, deeeffed, bat beteg unable to read
lower Provinces, cli at firetnepudiatal the policy of President Johnson was thoroughly 1 Mr. Blaine, of. Maine, opposed the =end
or write., and having no other account than
eenduct of theireel tee to the Quebec eon. Inaugurated, and the old bitterness Seemed to mein and sent it op to the Clerk's desk and fixed for Tumblay next, the Lith intent, to ile- that kept be notching two little pUite
Terence, Will, upon and cool rellection develope. They desired to have the manage- I heti rewl a sustitute which he propfted to termitic wh tne lb • •
e r o Innen shall have the j sticks, the a dmitdstrutor refused t u e InlY
upon the whole embjeet, a who have ...n a ment end control of their own State in their offer toi,he amendment, as follows i "That no privilege to erect woo -ten be ild ings, or confine ; him. The sticks wore acluiletV In or We co by
desire loyally to respond e strongly ex- own Maids. Mississippi would prefer the re. I part of the money hereby appropriated shall
Judge Sterrett, as the only hoglc of original
preased wiehes ofdler Majesty overnment establishment of the COnfederacy, or at least Ibe applied te the moport and pay ot any ca. themselves, as beretofore, to Imitate. of entrlee" h which the n at o laintiff had, arla the
M inithtilds Ana up her /mud rejudices threo-fourths of the people would. • dets hereafter appointed, Ito; in conformity brick. We do not propose to otter any advice "Mc l i llia "Mg
" Ti r h lb " M IT "; a d m m' t u li in
mut caings, and eyentnally, ere , Pain ..... , m ....."' '''' Little Rock, Arkaneaa, I with the the expreo provisions of the law • ege In the premises, believing that the voters am ;ont it tyn on it e e wor wee me, 0
with Canada in- forming one aL
m trouble& tary kind ' elating the appointment of cadets at that
fognd for tl i t , : e lilaTti t lr a verdict f;a f f M i ta
confederation. Mr: Gale said, referring us
i lived. Some of the I Academy. het. Blaine stated that thls sutrai- competent to settle the queation for them- 1 J er f
late vlaltio' Washington, on the reciprocity
,ut he believed that , tote waa rerboarti et /germ. taken from the salve., hut we may state it bat we loom to be i ta r vern e n ite ' e r p " e r r wholicerrle7hea ti tt°l3'. to
ere many years
me/mares, that all we ask helm the Men at
were hi tbo rebel anny j West Point appropriation bill, approved April a fact, that, should the law la- rt•peoled, at I ago, and who, having Cued a encitomer tor a
washington, 81r, all I hope we eball
i present Indications. 1 300,,1804, designed to cure the evil or foisting
bill was required by Um justice of thc
even. ask - from thein t Was fele War.
lonia to begeed,loyal j upon the Southern districts boya from the lenst one bemired comfortable dwellings (not ; g re g '
i peace to produce his "book of oriental flu-
We asked " them for no to/Vantage I
tent men baveobtaln- 'Seethe..
huts) wth be erected and ready for occupancy , tries." no dram eoller went home and soon
in their market, which we-were not pre. '
orthernmen as part- Mr. Conkling inquired whether the amend- b„cn,„,, the era of July. The number rimy t after returned with a tetedounshtatee, upon
pared tegivethem. We asked them to take I
:axing is itnproving. ment or substitute euggested would disturb -"" -
the more had been chalked down. The
noprecantlon an their aide which we were not
;Rion to take op for the boys whom the „,,,,t1,,,,,,,,,,, f rom st a i n . greatly emceed this, .e ti hate the names of , which
I a indow-shutter was admitted, and the do
willing to take on ours. We asked them to
implicated with the , deffribed es having been colonized. te u parties who proimee to erect sixty bulid
fondant had to pay for Ma taps.
take no further steps against the Pentane
the members elect ; Mr. Blaine-No eir. Neither amendment legs - one as entv and the other forty. I
now thmi we took against the raids a year ago,
' affects them. My substitute merely prevent. There are gloutitlese many others who
and lam bound Welty that in the interviews
elect, Wm. D. Elbaw, any farther colonization froin the South, and a. alesigalng to build either for rent
er° bad with these tlemen at Washington ,
.irkansim, testified that leaves tho question just where the lave leaves Mader for their men reeepaney, an limn .
greszsacarse PoPuiona aa Moir co outrY su, m s ..,-emeces were with es; he took no It teday. the way is clear. Now, it la for the people to
fa, and elated, aa I may:i d :T. they are, with the Partin the war against us; did ail he could in ; Mr. Schenck replied that, as to the charge of determine whether the addition of one or two
termination of their ol war, they met tut I i
wvor of the Union.
this being a narrow-minded and Illiberal hundred frame Mantle. timid bean Mean
.aoth all" the considers On taint could have E. Ifientadt tentifted regarding affairs In I proporltion, Ile could Hot stop to handy tltke or an inthry to that city. It Is notort
beets Shown to the emissaries of a country j Louisiana. Re heard many peraona say they j epithets. trusly true that scor. of families are being
veugdifferatrlideirs ine.piotritrteitelon_a*Vhedtairadia 1
o bad n ed o reTtn ey fa i t w n li e tt ee h ee tl d dld
6 4:11[ 1 1 nTt I atti r tnt r ov n gi t s h , ' flit " h „Tagn we s, ,e . n 14 .eit - n . Lial.pre w
drg - e erLo e u e t . of tebeertew..ordelw.u4adfrit.rniveaeneteo.fti...lo:ll.4.loL
taln eattitrii or our people, and they held '
say n y thaf men is thp general feeling =long j hcheneka amendment Mr. Monica ettbsta three room - aatidany aro liviug in dark motets,
anether j Whieh,we thoughl a mistaken one for those lately In hostility againat Abe Govern- I tote not being able lobe offered, Mr. Behenek.s 1 and in undergitound tenement., alm tvottal
Meter, out we Parted with innteal leePel nient, brit was certain it WWI the feeling of , nab IMoptect. Ims.-53. ,4y.-..3i, Te a bill gladly change Vital quurtem, If it were I'M/S
-and I hOpe t - with mutual kindly feelings; an many. Re was also certain there was a deep ; was then Panted. sthie. Would not the addition of one or two
in thiteleo flOneelarilety tO the people of this feeling among 5 . Ptiffett Mess of persons , The Howie considered the thstriet of cotton-1 nnadred uooden buildings be a great relief
country,towarde wbom =irritation has eels. against the payment of the national debt, as I bla business until the expiration of the I not ouly td the poorer, but to the
. „u m, b me d Fiore ripen iniaidnation than I well as against the laws of the Government. ; morning hour, when the se
The frame -work of 150Cloty
C.HLasow Loy,. & BR°
From. New Orlesuar,Tke Markees—pure.
' , Merida . .Dernlnnititratlialla—,'lNW.Ateettner
lltettry Main' Marued,Command of the
low Grande Idimmiet—ciersenas above
, Matiamorsa—Goadik Of. a LlhCral railer,
ssw thu,asg March B.—Cotton is very na,
sOttlad,. and n o tettene nom inal . The saes
to4a mr, y
4Gib . m ola s s es , bl and lbw recitipts 1,972.
dueoßegefid„.. . Gold, Mi Sten.
tag 41Of. • , FrelghtS,New ', York; M; Liver
The remen't deinonstintion yesterday was
one tulle linen everin this MO% The engines
wore I:leant/te a / 7 and . tastelltily decorated.
- The hay passed off plea/natty, with the excel>.
Um of a tetnisotnry atiesst by the =Gam of
a bend of thirtaine for, playine - G oll tild . Blue
?and other Southern airs. 0
steamer h(ty Ilein. which left Shreve
rrfor liew,Qrl ii,..was burned on the Iddh,
IBee liver, •ItiCh 14X huntired balm of cotton.
One Feearel soldier was lost.
The solletwer laraallw.end,• from Havana for
Prw. Orleane; put :Into Leder Says leaking
mmif 'Witt( her alio "spilt and spews carried
Away : , The ;cage, 1 was condemned.
iary..neeni 4,„_318 Of :}lie petit nate that
guoilla 'Re lizialhad Moinnatui of the .
/31 toranaa a nee o:4,•Grourty• • • - '
Military =Mete 6iVit - . .
Cortenna isitirkingobms wet:Tinting above
Mammonism the'NeXlean side.
The death of the Liberal chief Harder., from
wennde received In Wan the althoho de'
441 OD I C . deeree is Pails/aid, .wrife'l
,impaldth , th a t . Thkai made Rio l
Grande' ... Timr. try duties baths pia&
au,wcuelk goodawent. Elio
interior. - N.
*alga 444 SSW intatinue.'
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VOLUME LXXX.---NO. 55
VERY LITEST MEGRIMS
OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES
NEW POSTOFFICE SITE IN NEW ORK
Discharge of Semmes Ordered
EXTRA PAY TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS
British- Province Conferation
THE PITTS tfURCH GAZETTE.
Testimony Before the Committee on
turbid' condition; ,„ in many t
rte of many of
the States life and property were very Mae
Evidence of others bearing on the same
and to those/nu ellen, was given.
Maj. Gen. Thomas testifies to the condition
in Geergia, Alabaunt and Masts
slept Ile aye that the people of niabr t ma
are anxious to have that State In its regular
position in the Vision, but they are not yet
pereonally friendly to the•• Nairn* men in the
South, bnt hare had four trials In their at-
tempts to gain their independence and have
failed completely: They now profess to have
given up the contest and entrees theuuselves
as desirous of resuming their relations with
the GOverament. Alabama was taken 412 t, of
the Union by a political tricking majority;
bat however an order to preserve their prop
erty, scollisced in seeming to ipso up
the Union Sad advocate secession; Some of
the original Malt= /40/3 thus converted, have
remained rebels, and era _now,strang sympa
thizers with the enemies of the Governinent.
Others have expressed gladness that the re
bellion has been closed, but their interests
and sympathies had such a bold upon them up
to that.Unie thane is is very diMcult to ob
tain cleat expression of sentiment on any
etoject. /a parts of -Northern Alabama the
putao sentiment lit decidedly in nomr of the
Government, bin in
other peas of the Stare be
'thought sesitimilut of 1 heletMpleilnight be
egprmsed this' infirdier,...nainely.l uthey
thought , trio) , Wald ellablis4 a Borabern Con.
reaararY that voulfixtror It, but goose up
hope Or tow - they (roam to /ltd. poster rtid
Vaned btateraeonstitution.' Thervilit
inmost moluoriootthient, thoughts thought
, Abe tratort , ssattroei rpA srstot:
gaesUon—Lf ,ther.'ostrow' troops Or ibt
• Irreittioa's -Bureau ararf "irlthdraira trout
- - -
_ kiea - k - er presented
a report froth the President p
In relation to the
distribution of rewards offered for the arrest
of the assassins of the late President Lincoln,
which was laid on the table and ordered to Do
printed. Also, a letter Iron; the President
transmitting a report from the Secretary of
Stale in answer to a resolution of the Rouseta ,
rchition to the Provisional Governors of
States. Also, a reprirt from tho State DOPert-
Metitna tmthe cost ol printing and advents-
Infir that Department for /Md.
. orrill moved to postpone the Special
o ars in order to take up the Rouse Bill 04-
u Ling trade with the British North American
Provinces. The motion was agreed to.
The House then Went hito Committee of
the Whole, Mr. Raymond in the chair, and
proceeded to the consideration of the bill
regulating trade with the British North
Mr. Morrill addressed the Committee in port o
Mr. Pike h ided with the general object of
kir, Washburn°, of Illinois, approved the
partleularly that section AN:dishing' firh
lug bounties. •
debate ensued, participated in by
Mesars.Washburne, Winn* Elliott, Main,
Bank., and Kelley, alter which Mr. Trumbull
addressed the Comudtteein a short speech,
anti gave notice ttutthe Would, at the proper
time, offer the following amendment 011
wool, ten meta per pound and ten
ml valorem ; cleaned woolt twenty-UV" ODA%
per posse , and oil 004 Sty Beata •pol ,
BIFIEFYI Thomas addressed theEtgotilittiie,
011404BVAtif 14argraAratia bill a
Mit g tRz- is rtunus..'s 'warty
Kr. „matury obtained LIU Boor, and the /lope
Manes Would the danger from tiro, the In
ereasen rate of Iftsurunce, and -other alleged
disadvantages, overhalan i•t, the good resulting
from petting several hundred new tenements
In the market t These are practical nugget,
dons, thrown, out to aid the voters of our
slater city In coming to a right conclusion on
Tuesday nom• its all means, do not let the
question he Ignored, but turn out and rote.
The 'lra; Presbyterian Church—lnstal.
Rev. Sylvester F. Scovel was duly Installed
as pastor of the First Preibyterion Church, of
this City, on Tuesday evening, in the pros
enco of a Irittte audience. Rev. W. W. Eel's,
Moderator of the Presbytery of Ohio, presi
ded, And conducted the Introductory servi
ces. Rev., Dr. W. Jacobus, D. D., preached a
sermon appropriate] to the occasion, after
which Dr. "lodge delivered the charge to the
pastor, and Dr. Howard addressed the con-
ETattoo. After the services, a large TIMM. •
r n o wo congregation remained to groef
eir prstor, and exchange congratula-
Mims. Mr. Scovel has boon stationed at
Springfield. Ohio, for seven or eight
pastc and T,,,`"?. P.att-w••!9'. repeat tlon
pint anti zerian zeal. Re
successor of trdi e s ' tli ' l "rthY
guished p,r, razton.
water Elatsers.---ln the. of the
Wittet'AlisosSOr giv report cbeWhere,t is recom
da• We Mendeitthat Meters ho attach*" to the pipes,
t ruld g arthet hurttro rep ort was kaward tatripson.--col. Edward
Committee and uperin- eAlivrom, an old and well known Citizen, died
~..__s ea wflajNiladaSSlded C o
- get eat% Meters, and Tesierday,wfter an illness or several months.
were we/Carnet them now ha t % day, which-(Me true a member of the Plthiburgh bar, arid
would have been.put in some time ago had the brother of Dr. Simpson, whose death we no.
tired a few days ago.
A New Way to Collett Repass
Mary Rosenberg and Jane Woods were or
rested by officers McChesney and Rake, on
complaint of John Stewart, of the Third
Ward, Allegheny, who charged them with
keeping a disorderly_ Amuse. it appeared on
, the hearing, however ' that the women
, rented three rooms from Stewart, 'Slid that
they owed higt three weeks reht, which ho
, was afraid he would lose. On their promising
to pa; the - rent drie s they were discharged.
There is an act of Assembly making it a wilts
demeanor for any person to rent a house to
disreputable persons, and if these women
kept a "disorderly house," as Mr. Stewart
seems to think they do, ha had hotter get
them out us soon na posulble. Thiireltro Men
who make a practice of renting their houses
to women of lit repute, and when- they are
likely tobe cheated out of their rent they are
ready atlonce to make an inform:fatten against
them for keeping a-disorderly tiOnlig-r4t pro
reeding which leaves thy. way' !Open for n
charge against theMselves for tenting to Spel t
Fire In Findley ToWeisktlp.—Ort Sunday,
afternoon, , about tiro o'clock, tne reaklence of
Joelah W.Guy, ESQ., in Findley Township.'Was
totally destroyed byillre. neighbor We° Wilk'
passing the house saw the flames unning,f roni
the roof, whenlm alarmed the "necettnolon s
mates of the house. In •a tewullistnes Abe'
whole building was in a :Meet of flame, and.
everythma was deartroyed-arlththe eaate
of a small amount' or rutinttass wh ptiCtik
ich - .wa.
taken from the first 1 100 r, The
first to have caught from xrporpaa.
A Noble '
Roble Work--Tbo.ladloS of therizot
Baptist Church, of, MAI eitu ctaire been at work
ouring.th!"-7,..nintor bAlobnlf of tbo Freed,
inen. Thwresuitticri their labor, non vll ail
folidurte . Nina bundrod:Juni twentythree or- ,
tidos of wearlnt iltiw9l have been trans.:„
ported to tile Freedmen; of nbieb , four hum. I
tired and forty-eirceir were new, and four bun
and devontp-six In good order, buartly
en; :The Pinney \value of this contribution
was eight bundred dollars. - 1
PRICE TREE CE
sion today to itelt the extensive carrlag r' ''',, c, BOinffi.._______ SR-oEs.
tablishment of Mr. R. E. Shut'.
-Jr cern.. f -----
streets ea' found 11 ° D ' 0111 .54/FITEF qyft - S'llhihill - r1 forTne,
1 Diamond and Liberty
foreman, IF. H. Ferry, busily engaged in . map.. '
ping onto' a curious piece of wood work, which '• ear feet ;;:e2....7..., 4 ;_ '
upon inquiry proved to be the (mine work of The wan 'alto -c7,,ac.Tele-r sheet :1;;ts ibreed
a band wagon, ordered by Ben Trimble. of the ,
Tc ca s k,. "%la'
,t i, ......
"Varieties." The deatgn, material, andrwerk- :
reariabip are all Pittsburgh, and when finish. •
ed the .. wagon” will do credit to the artistic 1
skill of any home manufactures and skilled ,
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' DI3IIEIO3 or 3inotcnin arm Suzann's, i
Nat'l' DEPAirrataxr. Washington. D. C. c
1 .N1 r e. ),1 .1 - IT , NAM'II:°II (IRE
lIIMSKIN INTO: TIIP. NAVY ls As:SL,STAAT SIIThi-
DEON el. —Boards of Medical Onlcers will e eerie at
libreooar3.‘V.tajoinCeNtit AirkZVAlB._ .
..71 1 0.4. 4.
re, on MONDAY, March 12tb, for therssaains*
nation of Candidates foradmlssion to thane.464ll
Coelm of th e, Nal ,
Board, most de siro us
Ser.l . etat7 of the Navy, or to the undersigned. atat- •
Mg realdenee, date and place of birth, and before
pUhich Board they desire topreaent themselves. Ap•
cations to be accomtanied by responsible testi
maiilrdTarMattistbu'ort.'br less than twenty-one nor
mr than tweintylisdaeydearsigf an,,t„,,.
oid= 1 1.Molo" r 'Cr .a.,4. or thTlard, Tufo
success/kir a:emulation Is a legal prerequisite for
fora l'inth'"li.ll.lllllll'l`2., Chief of n...
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STATE AGRICIILTE CIE.
o m i,e e t a tt t s tg or t a il t lieri t sythr tualz, l a
o tl i tn ala ta
Pen/82t4 ltaiNa T i•, ' XIIZAZ a ir:*
ailpritacir rollout's home towns QC' NiMeiteg
d iffe e 6 p2"44 atrty°`` j i..' wa Arrix
.deelnate. Bee, corand4se ate e•esere. rlt
kg i gggn i gl ani P atiglTlgri
nOd the r_vroa=lll-Temirrit, flan
nriZruttre committee-. on the 2)th
time ~omtcetiel day ofithi Le l ee x t
OIL TANK' BiteT0111"- - from 1.(16,185 +4saoCicir
strAet, to corner otCatrol wtreet anit . yanttire Laie'
gegynt ror Ttall
elms con 44;4 OWitatol.
a"stur.—_The Dim:tont pithr.iwor e
thrall P. 4.',ltelLaT_EP4.uader
Weimar pf,D. esidattlßE th. th is day
:11M Zrumbgy3:2o3ret The
4..31111, on atthtl) Castalalrenh rimer
alethatit areth,e'yrnan. ant) ' sear In _ -
ales, they are determined toeontlelsolOnnutal!Cßletl',
antleleor near eeeond.to stone la thenatallati theS
therefore mootretheetrally 'melt jggva
from al). andltartletilarlrthose-herdertta Pelee -
Firoinstir nth, idc,444.3x14..
thin). n atltnica:ltronl4 . ,._ , rethertfarlYiathorillr,
TS - 70U pAlmiteAlpin g I tiabUelliii:nerlatanaoelared
atone and for sale '
-°ll2-"d a'" T " .4ll'A ln.7 444W th di r' Llmself
tee," ••• irryggrrytuiahrmalwir 'llkeltrot 01 Oita.
• cOrnerritarker aartrittratathnokfacMnZaAltejarrcatatted
10,do do ' Lakeßnr Nrldto TRA.;
g- .do RWRBalmon••
6 do- do.a. rou H*o)" • t.-.'
J. or idle .• -
tent. --w CR EACHr .-11 40rdel/' 2 H,
plo 011111)0 7 1111 t, laidg dow 0011.
1/,‘ w,up oi. A A....RftENSHAWCo-
En ,Liberty and..wo 4wft,l4.
1. - iin ...-.7l a 7 :4l , 7errviilltbr.•O- . `. '.• -
------..irElro— S Arse.sdi-z - , *.,, ,, Lir . . . . ..... . • -..r u.. tramoN.....
1. -s r io' ii• P ig u/ S l y? firif , ' bi °4l-I # 'tr'
l'ath.c.l.E4,VA al4**erpitil F 44 1 4,Tr g , 01 ,: 1, .I- ..tritkioLsTEßY: -.,:•-,,'..2•:',7,45.:._,,--..-.,
"'"Fa!:"I,iFPF!'-1,!°10112; .4.. , 173uAw • I ''''''''""' nWritii-- ..... 0 iir,'-
Cantezotrdbraty via andirtreet; i4?OlUner ETUPUO
ALIPMESI Arnaelatt-irworavEn i .-'",. b.-*'<P,rbe,.i.itr. ..2,...bi1mx-rt.„....,=-4...,g,rjr4,,tg-R,---;:-.'
rgr i p . llllB 4o? - 4134 4 .in9 1 oTr id Autd VS . iiilln L u altta7v r t w airl i kair6i !, tif l ig o oe p tioas ste. t .. ;ti. , :: , ,i
~I kpr& For. Au.,kibrbi py -- ata...plx- ~ -
FISH! FlBlll.l—No. it Atackorelt t.r. 4 •''',,mig outivstroil. wouvrc,
h .Ald by kit or pound at J.Ni i . ir. OCIZZA: lat =. 4UI 413.8:117. ..raiTh3lzutir4,:,...,.
0 .4 OLI ir,"w Ain , as sztivisay.
WTaa W 1 will roach the sub-
Ier115!” - soomool as the suitrnakii n
f•,t Mite, COptia .........
"I. , :iokao. or aro .............. . ...• /
lIIIMIDS Or ten and. ow werds"..-7" ...
'Tao ha sent.'
Indeed. sho vas the irl,ir or
Sweet Nancy Ixabelle. 44
Nauey nowltuys her Shoes at
No ' 66 Fifth St
ISEN ti. 11,130103. martini*:
~ LESS TUN LESB TIT AN
• k i aItRTUCIT , Co .
AT THE POPULAR
AT THE. POPULAR'
AT THE POPULAR
• ME MINMOCLOTHING HOUSE
I 3E" X .11. -XsT 0. St.
The Easy &Co.'s Cottage Clrgaz,
AND AMERICAN ORCAN.
i Acknowledged by - the beit nrusleal talent h. the
, Ern lied Stateato be imperlorto wail others hilaawer.
r par r iZ i and quality of time, and thorough , work
Thesetstrilinents ha're - for fisira aken ilia Ann
end , pima:dams overall all competitors, at the Venous
nate Couny Pairs. La price" they.are lower
'than aul Others. A ll Warranted fbritso Years.
WAMELINT! & BARR A ,
7T24 No. 12 St, Clair Street, Ptttetttorgtt. Pa
THAT ELEGANT STOCK Or
"'"" 4 ""°.% 1 1 3 :113i to entrawg: ` t ut"' -
virsemaivrin rim *iyi„,
CHARLES C: - fiIIELLORi
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141.17...rtilittweitraintrvxmcvrtrio •••;::, •
•vrastilssohNed by inutnil consent= tan fastoi n dri r •
wiylS:.B....tamnlsicilt;,,=Lot= rxn tslUte sate •
Tunnel atreptAnd realm. -55!14-'of