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I Testimony liefore the l'emmiitee on SENATE..
The Suspension of the Habeas Corpus i - 0,. Wilson offered a resoimatn, u Melt was
in Ireland. . ; i . adopted, instrueting the t ummitte on the JO- .
, . i Ilr a 1.1 it List/Duni 1 neceasary ,
Till' Tl' l 4 V CM, rE.VT,
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. ORDER FROM CEN. GRANT.: er ., ...eptio, - 1 by . ,•ivil courts, for 'ttets. doe.. In
1.. ptteect ' , Meet. of ihe army fron. arrest and - ...
Speeial Disient h r t i o .. l . l l ,t e t,, l . e , t.t . u l r i tt e l re i
tt.:7,ettBatte.. I ADDMONAL FENDS ARRESTS. i
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ADDRESS Of THE MINCH CUPS : 'MEGELATIF . : while lit t 5.• 1 toted States service. Seen Is still here, tied not at Pens.,
„ .official ..tir , ors rrolli Mexico. I 3 ,, . .
.14 ague ono. a ...I AL ri•solut 10, u Itiell ai. reported.
.e. the tirat ballot G.ell. JOllll W. Geary re- •
deo .. cfesC .., cite Ci. : edelited. Itistritel ing the t ottuniEtee on For- , It is rumored tliat Gen. Steadman sue
therm IV. Ketchum thirty
.e.irtel oighte-one votes for Governor ; Win. i
votes • J. K. Moor- ' -
en. an y, and that Gen. lullerto. 1.
I inent of a comf tt f,,,,, ,r t ,
, ' • I FRENCH TROOPS TO LEAVE,MEXICO.
, ‘‘,..,,,,,,,,,, Mare h 7.-The testimony' re _ , 0 ,, e , Icon , th . .
„: ' ' e l ...vi a/ ° M e er ., the Preablent's Secretary of State.
.tert.l nineteen rote..., and Harry White three , -
, pOrted (cote the Reconstruction Committee ' examine the sulcits•l of Clt I • •
' ' ' "...i """ r '” .. .I " A life , tu Reeruf Hug for the Liberal army IA gein
vote.. Gen. Geary, having a majority of all i ___ _
refera tO the steles of Texas. lA, 1 .lana. mei 1 and to ettemi the Ch.Nlera eougress in Ler...
o eta !met entativea. /
Co• votes east, was declared duly nominated, • Exe:a2F.e.J.6-23. AtTesaxe•lse ses*sins- . 1 • 11
--- --i-s -Cl. Florida. nod I. aubstantially the same as that 1 Mr. Davis called uy t '"r' e
1 .esi Ic.of s N N.lO Of the Freedmen ,
uel ills net:dilation was made un atilmoes. !
i Lien:stew ion ~,t,.,,, b y reau had, arrested toe coutemplated em
- given of other Stales. I him a few days ago, ealting tor' a Committee ( ton of a large number Of Texans to fol
A very good series of resolutions was report- ,
eI, end adopted as the Platform of th e R e p u b_ New Yone, March 7.-The stein:air City of Lieut. Miller testified that lice poor working to Investigate Cotton Frauds Ile 1i05...arer,.,1 iT o n =7::: rree ' lrneree hfrh ' ee in 1 °en'
Henn Party for the cane., i New York, from Liverpool on the - 21st, and people or Texatt were !Loyal : gamblers, and the , a substitute I'm his original propotat an,. pro_ 111E , , , Oodtt are Selling at Hotiston M 33 per .
. The facility
1 Queenstown on the 22nd, he. arrived. , wealthy clean were ho.stile to the government. I voting ter a standing Committee of the ~,,,,t,.. "'low Inxelice prices. The report of nin ti
The suspension of the habeaa °arises in Ire
, land was recMved with r ativereal'itinPriMe- I gat lon decree making Matarnoras a free
THE SOUTHLIIN INTERNAL REVENUE ' lov obtnining purdon s atel general lon the suhlt•et Of abuse of prayer, of which a i• erroneous. The decree makes ditties 1
leniency of ado,foigtrati on had encouraged the . ''Pai n c ll 3 - shall be composed of opptialtiou hie at hlntamores instead of Hie Interior '
' The Galveston 1 1 •,., t ff I t '
- I Don in EnglaroL and very general satisfaction i 13411. -
1 Mr. Truni bit II caused to he read it Rater from resor t tat ton in the ' l " . ‘ fritt n lt 'n ' t "" tt 'aa ti n u g
lln Ireland. The first effect w ee its teas i nee , Maj. Gen. shittley testified that Tex,: hod , Gen. Braymaii, In reply to accusations of ,of tree persons fail ' ett - Tl ‘ l ‘,7 l ' e n gt Tti -en
toad depreeslon, but the vigor shoal% by•
Central Pacific Aatiroad Bonds.
Lhe ! not been tie...pp/red, the people to,,,,rtiu g thot offielal eerruptien. Made egainel him In a let- 1 Penn.., exeres.,,i tt b„ ,„,1,1„1 a f„,t a ilt .
I, lci r r . f ft ro u z , n n"lnt i, Bi , tz , n o titl n f
g. C . l , l: i e t t. 3 n . n o a f tl ii., t , tl d e . nr , in . i . . iltKr,e,,,,,,ti 1 , 1 ,, r , at. i . , .... ,..
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i It/CREASE OF THE REGULAR ARMY RILL government restored cOnthlience, And had a " the State had nnt betut surrendered 1,,,, e ,„,.,1 ,
. i :: . a . v d oT t l e e m e i ff o e ui ct ;i T e liz a. ac i t y azh u o iv r e
itir.arre „, t,
° t ar I
t ir tett , thee l i . /itches, and ask Ittg for u full Investigation ot State t , fficers as .....n a r • feat 1
Leo. The to:Deans are n lOyal pco le anti 0; N • ,
flan krolll.l I. Det.60,1 Ten.
vtistly. Waness sabi besides nett the only I of Ihe matter.
1 The Finance r ' omeet tee ' r P ep a nned T.., l•
Philadelphia-Robert T. Gill, A. C. k4ohorte. 1 1
-- -- • 1811ral , 8 / 8 7, of persona sus ed Of cense,
In Texas, total Hoer it, opposl Don to ft, and spoke et great / forbidding the I, gi.latnre to ass,r,Tity,
At une o'clock the eonetitutional emend- • nig ordinance. deci, the all 41,44,, nui 1 i ..,
Wm. B. Mann, and Ge. 3. Connell.
wee , ot the toes ... i t , e e _ ; 1.71110 n men u horn he knew need was taken up. 31r. Sumner took the Iby the stnte, derli, th e lat,;., nr aj
Chester, Delaware and Montazotneri-J . s. ' FLEEDLIEA'S hONTRIBETIONS ROM ENGLAND. rue's . . The ehlef
Pothers - , and Eldridge McConkey. I
ileved to be to enable the aotheytties to lof nay Influence. would be croutons.' in ten I length :Hottest the proposition. To his tun, I thereof,
,I persc,yins,.„, I n it , ..c i ii r li ,, in ,r ti r t , i ,... t.l: I 111;7 need be any •It was most uttel ly reprehen.silde and unite, Dr. Gener ma de s , ) I
Bucks-- _ ___ . deal with u umerous FenMri emiesaziea from
donahle. The same seutltnent whieh led us layering nnllmltesi ..n•l' ' r ' ' " ,'”'”'"."•' r-P.
Lehigh and Northampton-Reuben Guth. '
America, who are repreetmted aa scattering 1 ernistenC but would otate r t ' l li te " t • R
t u "- e th b e ec ' ,..l: ‘ il:
Eteres-J. 11. Jacobs. , Action Agalost ibe Prealdenr• PelVnte
to hail the ebolitlf, ef slavery with gratitude The Convention 1eb......1 ''' ,.t ord.., s. .
Schuylkill-Linn Bartholomew. . Keerelary. 'ic all directions. The police are acting rig- i mei:eyed in a foreign w yr, alinna, .he eat Lr „ .-. "D ., r ,,, lalida ot ntisliee 41.01 d moke e. re- . ing Ilye years sograge neees, ary t,„ ' ,„;, / , ) ,
oroosly , and are ma.king a large =Ember of 1 A1 : labr t 1; 11 • 11 0
Carbon, Monroe, Pike, &tee-Samuel E. Dien- ,
population 01 Teta. e ould go , J0.g...e.,,z-lethi,l„l,inl,ttf.,ntnin.,:ivrtmtfin•leetinot,ty crysMs .. ... r i t, i , t , t h o tin,,..4r,i,r,t2e Let:Meier°.
Bradford, Susquehanna, .t.e.-M. C. !deceit:. , --. Arrests. The militia force In Ireland la being I TriWany t,,,L'ir,',',k."11.11,0',:1;:-, t,',';:,y gz':.., ",:.7,-, It wag with inenite regi.o that he .I . lore, e , i 1 ork.
, - er Sedgewlek le...arroyo 1 runt I.
, :Nab sod ued fri..ittin neon him, lon 1, elnrld Nett' Orleans cotton- N 11.1,1 itne, xie rt,., ,
N.w Tn. ' , Nurch 7 -The nutc,..W .l.hitti3 strngtheited by reinforcements (Nal Eno - , not only his telly:Ion but he litei heard sonle
L egarlte - WitahtilgtOn Lee.
Potter, Taegu, , te.-John S. Mills. ten special nays: There h. recently been e land. i adult,. expreeee.l by other 1 / 1 4,11 of it lolity. ,ad .I...ale•ru Ise. Reshot, Id speak frank/y.ID. 10 Northern - penis, ~ ti..• te Liverpool ... I
on taller 0e1.310115, 111 exposlng erime, against and eery doll. fte,:m:al , tt,e,eis - , ..,,.' 4 ,
Lyeoming, linion a 0 ._ 5 .,„„ 0 0„., g , 0 „. e-nren t lon of the Internet it.•vcit lie officers of It Is reported that Sir Hugh Rose, CoMman- • .. n. " .. Men nf re va , w "le li •' , ` o rsaliv I ' d ads,
tested by Johnson %Veils. . 1 tie ...nun., . . • der in Ireland, demanded further instrue- i
Northumberland, Montour, ,te -T. ..I. Dig- , 1,10, . tates, al Atlant c Georgia,
Um. from the Government. Four Sergeants 1
to cori A te m m e p n ti , i ,ft o p .
L t. , , t .; , i5 t 5 ., . 1 ,1 4 . , 1 . 1 1 1 . , the catiees 111 the family of that catetteent amity in ballast. 1
w111.•h tants the wllOlO NIII - 111 Mt. , hooting TITO AMMO!' 1\ 1 1 1111110 On Illitl to rived tr.
la im. appoint., a committee eretsis I n
~ • - Cni, of ot a regiment at Limerick were placed under 1 T h. feeling of tire people lets been beeit bet ter 11•1 "'" 1 " 1- Where... " " 11-, gaunt Tile . al tem Irt New 1 och•
BeePhin and 'LebatiOn-General Ti.om es d t s . tesser It/e lt•s, of A tartin, Ca., awl Cone, errest. Among th e late.a arr a y't s are Ge nera l. I slime the MII of the relwllaso, with Ihe exee l s • " 11. ".. insgei node. and :Imre teeeeit tally Ge.mge A Starr, of this eit 3.. lo t s 1 0 ,,, t .,
Jordan. • tor 3losen of sunit..r S. C . to ococcod to John 11. Glee., and hie brother Joseph Glee- '
. 4 ument el reason, so perilous to the tuitional of Versailles. The Court recommend li iin
Lion ef Western Teaas, et., nay p o t., ele et , ball; slieli Measures 00 Obeexious to every or- vieted of the charge of kili mg wie c. i„, a
1 candidates for (dile., tavontble to n.denlllott.
Isneaster-o, J. Dickey, and Gteorge White- we t , in nt ' o „ . I„, I g . • - I Soil, of the Fedmal Army. The police were
son. . 1 ,, a I PO . . 111 d rfflng .P.. ; nred on from a house In Tipperary where i t i t , 1 Ile considered Text, in a wore. ernitlilloll , pettee, and so Injure,. to the g0..1 name of the clemeney ef the COlll ninaidleg General
York and Camberland-LeMnel Todd. t mons, the el odttleat ion to the test oath so P supposed drilling was In progrese. ' One officer than uny other State, for the reuse.. that they '
‘ l . i , l , oilellobile, Mind be eatmuntereti, as we en- the Distre.t.
Adams and Franklin -A. E. McClure. br .it effects Aa.istalst Assessors and Deputy " u " " vcr.l Y "ehhaed "" ri Come of the men were never whipped. Ile stud that there Waa . " , 1 1, fit r a nuhlic. comity. (ten. Pitlmer ha, reninitited the death to
Somereet Bedford .t.c --General Wlll lam H '
.P. J. ld'ilonnell, the so posed more solid money In Texa. than in any otli.er r. , Limner anoke of tht. part the negro. tence of the gnerrillas •Itis. Harvey Welts t , i
C00.t... , , . - C dlee tors. Under the advice of this, the See. , il:r,„ e ytTL,..t i, t y "d a t, Huh,fg. er gs grxested, POrder State, bre they - kept it to ' tbeinselree The hot nth., in 1 be, e at% end said I het the Re. Win. Henry, told Samuel 0. Berry, to ten ' ye.
Blair, Huntingdon, Minim, Juniata, and r. Due n 1 th.• Treaela 1 N 111 tan...queue.. of the i COntill and to be maintained. A hill passed people, If left to thenohtlvat ' , ' hal./ hold nt- • osi, te oas solemnly pledged to Weir !Antoine- imprisonment In the Penitentiary et .Illett
Psrry-B. L. Hewttt, and D. W. Woods. hoPossihiltty 01 obtain ieg men who ene id t a k e 1 the Route of Lords authorizing the Irish gov- Foe. in hOmierfe• The Petrie are g•el emit,* tot s, by ties of gratitude and by open prom- New 1 ork, sable, to the approve! of (he Pt
Cambria, Indiana and Jefferson-Dr It s the test tut th In mfort til ' • t TI k I Ise In the Mee. of thetertlized w
' Prement tO take poskeesion of the telegraph et 3 a e ctn. urn.. an,•s. le eep lig • - • orld. Treason !dent.
Bent. entire, has upon nted assistants '
• u nos If neoeseery. Of a military force In Texas l% neeeeartry for must be made miler. to all who have been un-
Clearfield, Cenieron, AIL-4 - 410 ,veT "i • Artie,. .. many . eliees. who er , lllll on 1 v partially 1111511- The goverhment bill regarding the cattle th c o u.ext / We....P•:a rs • „ ' . true to the Rept:bite, mid must, for a vertain , Fenian Meeting at NeW Haven. COMW
We3l ulorelatid, Fayette Cali Greene-Inlet ly . with the knowledge thot te l ., p ay wou ld plague has passed both Hoeses of paelian t eet„
.. .Jona AT. nicas i Cottector of t n .tonis in :P I IISI be ...hided from the pertnership 01 Elle tient.
d •pollll upon the action of I ongtmss In motif. Th. Q.... .. 11, 1,01 . 1 fire recePtions at E affit . }' lee h la rd hlhe tnPreeAi"" "1"'"g
ye crwiuendi niel till uho have been L ith X air /I ',ea, March 7.-A grand Fell Inn Int'.
Allegheny -Thomas M. Itlnrsha II and J. M 1). big the oath. To rame tottgr eas to d o I to. Ingham Pluee during the season, hut reguler Pie wall tliihy had been evereouie, ton we l", " 3 . 1 hi-
,ad . mitted litto lent-Mrs/11p accenting inl was hold here this evening. The largo
in Irkpatriek. 1^ We first otifeet ot the Committee, an.l fall- drawing rooms and levees cent, tie to lee held cow:Meted. rhere has been no materell t/. tile .ro. ereign rule of the I °est Button, ha I obtainable in the ell N Wili packed tu ov.
Washington and Beavers:3V. NV. Irvin. 1. gin t lib, thee will urge that the salaries of . by - I'rinee and Princess Witten. . change for the Meter in any portion of the ii hien knows nu dt.tinettun uf color In the 'en wi ne , Gee. ',Julie n ertpres,, e d nionsein s a t
Lawrence, Butler and Aftnatrong-It. Arid- , tral , e an:sista," 1 , .. made large etiough to in. -*
1 me...lenge (rem the Queen aas presented to States letely in rebellion. The people have a "" e W I I Y , " 11 1 II.II.IrI "i.. I. 0. ,,, y ,h , tho . flee that. the United States would I'ollom I I
ley TlrOwn ..1 it, northern men Wgo .euth etel .u.sala the ' both lio.es til Parliumeflit .king that pre- , b . itter aversion fur it hat Italy catll 1 auk, es,,or ' other, turpotstble Ile emisidered,th is, itot as neutrality example set by Enetand a:
ciao, ford 1001 Erle-/l. C. Johneoll, 0 nee, elelon be wade 1.,, p r in,.„, Bele na ,o e h er . Northern men. He wotild liot. knou where to an einmelment. but es a detriment to Consti- , would block the progress tit' the Fuentes '
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~,,,,,,,, marrisge, ~,,,d ermee Airee,,l on hie coma., of . ley hie band upon a rail,p n• he really lei - 0.1 the " mi t ', lilt Rs avo aml Parse uocertein ' A letter le, he t . reeniv a d a t th e 11,,,,,,,,,,
l'hilalelphia-INV'llesliche e d, Geo. selloff - et', sion, n 10141 I nief Engineer of the central a ge' lUn len. At the pre s ,..m. lime, i.,• a t ,,,,1,1
. 1,,,e ~,, 109. , •, cl.alatal 101.1 rickeity ere It IlilOpted terri 111 New York, from Dead (entre Sfepheu
Phillip M. Shultz, Joaeph Moore, IL P. King, l t, ei lie knoiroad. 01 / ~lif o rr, f a _ ,),„ 5„1,,,,,,,. lit the House t . .r Comm.". 3lr. CI:1y intro. I atm° eviler , . 10 Mel a a bile re , ea. iil."II lite yOll wo a 1.1 deelare in 11/lonn of fellow citizens roomenc t eg that he wt. ready to move 11, 0
John L. 11111. Henry Delany, A. 11. Franetsrus, oi 11 , Tl - 1•11 , 11ry 11,.. ..1),..111,6.1 0., „ p , 1 ,,,, diteed a reform bill extending the thancldse to i `and oxalic, tff Florida, as to find I routi up, 1 1
nu no t ichts which white men ore hound nties tm• ItoTand when the simial .houbf I • v e
dames Porter, Robert Evans, e,eund Am.., that the ....mpany I. onto led to hoed, ~, th e .Mi males over twenty-Mt., fair‘Y etheated. i ct , t " hu; e nl " . “3" . :'''''''' " .. V '''" .. rl,' T h . '''' , ' ; ' ; ' , ' ,.; -; ; l''''. . ' ' ' h "- I T 1. 1 . '1 1 , 1 1 4 ,1" 1 " 1 " . I.rlll a " en. lic had .C. 11,00,1 men ready for the et , 7ltlt!'
Atrong , John Lall4oll, Elio,. C. Heiler, J.Lita, 1N ,,,, 111/1 01 els I.iandr,•.l and for It 1 hOnsan.l 31r. Gladstone declined to shed :my light on ! TOint m• some, tat he hue never - eel , I bent :..' " ""`".. " u ''' ....1 .W,r.1.11 , N1 the t l aDlt , of and Mel it signal eorps . elfeetive ~... an v I
Allition, Wrn. a. F. White, Thom,. Dutton. . 1 Kass, thi• stink alio. 4.1 per to Ile Keine thirty. a hal the government proposal would be. la
owii .„ l , roroo ,„ 0 . 1 ,,,.,,,,, ~, ~ une . , . adopt it, andttlei will stnnulitte a new ' th e world.
Thomas Dickson aud t:. Thompson Jones. t , ti 11,011 , 1n11.1 01011ar... 111 the French corps legislatif a draft of an necessary to weer.: the rights of ',open' : '''','" l. "` :1 ' "Pon sari , The proposition was •
Adams-E. G. Fahnestock. rie• seeond Cm: trol lei .1 the Trea.ury has address In nepotist.. to the sneerer from the an.l the li ie•of 1 In, rat locale, 1411.11 1, ita., an.l , '
a. , .. ), , , y,.. , 1 , r , .1 , ;,.... 110 as gigatiti.•, for It takes on ac- •
t ie sense of Ulan Is ind, winch is the . Nexml.
alleghany-R. B. Carnelian, Jehn r Dravo, holtraleted th.• seeolot Auditor t o re b oil- 0 al, throne, introduced, expresses satisfection at. hl•tell•
Waterel F. 11. Collier, It. VI. /Mackey end I. I.:. el Omani s Lo• toren, of poy or lemurs for de- the asetirunee that the expedition to Mexico nt , e. tn .. I „ n „ A tie. „„„
„ sect ., ~ .. th ,.,,„,.,,,_ ...alio. ns II in rearlaag a mon ii wren! we„ took ao NEW 1 • 01/0, Marth-7.-The .Vot•y.LOtoster .•as
Beth e, ~,,,I ~.I.fier. of tot eish birth, and who rei s . is In close. The teldress then alludes to the mod , rit Peri of tecitoaas, les lirt , I b et. alutele necoma ef the law .4- gr....Gillen. Tt tii, e , she, the close ot the Neer, le./ htmolred mi
Xrrnstrong-le slechling. to 4111/1 themselves as on I v brothers, sisters and ' tradition.] sy topethlea of France and the the better t•lit.s of cid:oats. a hilt. he 111.1 not 1. " ,1 1son ond mmtet Pfece of inkenitited.estetw- fifty-three vessels hare been di5p0,,...1 or 1,
Mir Its-James li. Hill. John shaaber eal K. 1., u dou , of the .Ic•cscased. duty authenticated United `qates, and says the hare, oo g la not t liM k ther.• eas a Very heartfelt loyalt, pet - tue t . n0t. 1 . , titort . ll.ll . Of 111, t t Ot lit 1, Letory o hat eale, and thirteen lost. Nutn her of . ve..sels rt
C. 14,•lice rrolo gem...log . lra! teble. of 1 heir nit- to Bike umbrage at the presence of Freen, holla, t Inert, woo IL .1 wi luadtion:to cond.., tlit un- 0 .„ : 1 • :,.. 1 ' h .' t'
, n ' W1, f 4 . 1 . - th . at Reliehl les are 11:1- Weed. In service. three bunch., at, eigloce t
Make- ti .. plaee !wt.'s, their VIA, whi he MI. - med. troops 11l Mexico, to render their recall de- sieves in .npliert. of the Government. Tbe /-, ~ .1 . 11/. . l'Otlt 11 : Illi.l ) Olt mile IL ellglitil to, . 1 W II lop .. ,,,,,, -th , oeur , .“ , cli 11l o rdieari
Bradford and Staples.- N. I . Elishrse ono l'he 11 - N•reet IV rp.h newts .pect o i ~,,yo th e pendent upon any other but mix owu conemo- greater number regit•tted the a at, inor , .. per- L.. , I y . ) . .I.• .•I 14.4,1P,1r ant.V-Anght are building at th , litioreitt Nat
II J. Macllll. II m.o. roninlat tee on Al Oda ry Affairs hay,' °nee week, attaek Our rights and our honor, hops. froni Du' tart 011 " 1 Dielr 'Prole , ' e u ne• ...It. 1 . .1 malug Oils, ? ranklin. 1.101 oilier, on 1 nr4s; Dulrteen are !ming tined fen ..... ••••:
Blair-L. W. Hall. cc IIIITIO(011 the toll for the Inertia., of the reg. 0 bleb your hlegesty rewards with servitude clest royett, anti so Inoc•11 suffertng entailed sp. Vo ,
... -0h .10.. ; ot is ‘s. sit. ~ 1 4 repreSelltit 10n, Vie , : thirty-live are tinder te.pet,, a t sa 1 i tt yt,
cambllit -.lames Hamilton. ,0 .r army. 11 ditrees very Materially from the worthy of France and the name of Napoleon. os. them. A great ninny nem ' , lorry I 111. leel 'lr• ',,..,, 'II. , eLI 1. , obits , ions to I ILO peatil• eine are empleyed yarn...ly. a r ..,,, ~. _.,,
Carta:al and Menroe-Wm Deep, st nate 1.111, and Ignores eet irely th e r eetun . rbe Patric gives n report that SeeretaryBea. • net succeeded, but were a illit, ILO (11,1'm :11, 1 1 "g,1' r "P” . .. , ., u.. 1 'nu. , .i alivm up le , MI- Dens. The several sd mid re ns comp ri „. ~b,,,,
Centro-John Irvin. . 11, 01.11,1 ions of 1/ ,, enera1e,4,..,,,,,,,,,Ta,,,„. y. .,, 0 .„ 1 ard 1. alotta to send a conciliatory dispatch tr, condition ef thlegs an 4 Innt e the Irie.l ..1 . It, I T T . ' „ -
~ . , . 1011 r , esaela, /met hen/Maid and mit ty-rose
Clarion and Jefferson,lion. Jesepit Bender. II eule. 11 mei - Ides I het th e arnie .1 1a 11 l a . rranee. Intimatlng the reudiness of file Uni. and do every thing the) etut hi tc , support Dm
re 1 , 2 ," ; ,, e n t ^at Id - sue' , i- Ile' a: in ,,, Poit tor the mei au aggregate tonuaeo, ',ld nie,,,,,•,,,,,,,
bon. In oh- Up largely of the enlant eef , Ta, v e , ted StaleS, 10 proclaim neutrality' in 31exico, I , oVernla en t 1 or the I.A.g,r/11,1,4 Nola hut, seen. le:Let) tons.
..le ar ti n id , Elk . a „,, Fo res t__ ji . 11,h, ea Lit Reser,. Cortj..l I , telly pr0V1.11..1 tor, as In alil , pret to certain comlitions. ' John Cunha, teStlffed to the roll.ll 1 1011 o f t irstly-llow the ploposition more.. le the
Swope. th.• organization. II 0b.., 10,1 N 1.14, tor the ',I- Tne Suez eared question Ls definitely settled. Louisiena. ...0„ ~,,t „ . ~,, „„ cc „„,,,.. , ,„„ pro _ C . :oust It lawn iiyelf the hien of .../ utility of
Clinton, Cameron end 3Ph.ean-1. Roger, t.• itloll of s.•veral negro regiments, to h e m. The t ompany retain% no land whatever, `ea- pl.. thought Diet:lse/ie. a ell si Lapped, aeon .li.l 1 ',ln, CITY AND SUBURBAN.
Chestee-Dr. S. Ir. Meredith, ii . . B..Memlen- ticered by w nit, teen The hoard, for the ex. eept for a Maritime thennel. This politically not dream they winild agaial he eutrii-ded rt ,t. 1, ' , re...in-How In , nu ex 11re.... , 101,4 lon re the .
hall and Dr. R. L. M • blellan. n „,,,,,,,,„ ~, „in,.,.,..„ ar ,. ,„ ~,,„‘ „ ,„,„f „ mo i,,, renioVes all possible questions of titspote. political power. linveri,or 11 eth, and Other, 1. , :k11 . 0% led ail,' tyranny of ta.,ttion a Ithout ,
Ore. - TON-D. V. Derrickson end S. G Crick. It of ire un tee r 01111 , YO. TIIII ) , OOPOOItiOII tO : It. is stated that recruiting in Atistria, to hed earrlA•il buek ~,• ~ enraging rt'port. fn., rymesentoti on ,
The Criminal Court.
. Columbia aed Meetoer....D . ii . ft . B rower. re .IN 0 till' grOln• Ot 1 •1.11111111 will not h,. i n ,i n _ fill up Austrian corps in Mexico, will Com- l 3 ashillaton• .1
he offiellile ithlecultel tY telv• hirdl, -Hew 0 e ' he. 'll ev ' Mee teeth "' rt ."' ' Jodg , mow. , yesterday disposed 1 , 1 tee WI
Wm. Itnnbe ct CO',
Cuiriberland-W. B. atullen. de lin the army bill The probabilities lire, . t ovaho Io a few Mir , Wens were rebels of the NI In , 4, Ithee, A high al a moment when we are reeovering from a i ina .,„ . .
gnat Promltim Gold Medal Pianos. These In- Dauphin-Wm. Colder awl W. W Jones t hat the t on, In It tee NA ll 1 dtrellne for the pres- • 1 ern haest be telegraph or Queenetemn.-/a3s- °Melo/ koPt Mood 1 „ , t „ w i i ,„,. ,-„,„„ thrrible war wagee OK/111131114 'Tlllll' l / 1 1110 of •- "g "I ' l ' l '
strnments haring been before the public for , Delaware-H. Jones itrooke, en tto take si”‘• 0.11,11 111 1 1118 matter Do .r, Pub. 2 . -'_. -The Bank of England has rade- , men 5 err 11 tallied tf. death. ./Ver rule haled...l Siete rights , LOille Meyers, tavern keeper, of Utiquisoic
the past thirty years, have, upon their excel- tl, r ; , ' , , ii n f lt , r i n o e n a 8 2 1 „ p n gig L . .% L i . - P. Roger, .A.eretarN 31,4'.:110,11 we. assured yesterday • cod the rate tel 9 per Cent. ' rein,' unlearn had been . 4 .,,,,,j,,,,„1, ~,,,„ 10„11. COOrthly--Ilow 1 , 10 t lie o.oolll,lthoial re- Borough, was arraigned on a charge .3r -mit.,
I h, ~, " a l n„..,„ c . „I 111,. W m.) , „„d 81 e ,,,,, 1 . enhin arrests continue active. bilitd to control eleetloll and leval ucen bad ....gents. of on oligar..hy, :old oerney, caste in ieec t „ „,i ne „ . •gt,„ a ' - ' . '-.
Willies:li. If •Ft 1111 , 1 t.,
Mane alone, attained an unphrehated preeesi ' t
• c'ettersotl mid D. S. Bake ' r. ""'"---jrthn
t.. lee, 11 tee, that IL, soot, 11., the reripro e lry • The Parts Pidrie aays: Certain proposals 'reinested 10 Ile Warned, a , they feer. r d mei ~. ., 0 1, 0 1 foi izl .1.,1 1111 0111 or. -
nencethat pronounces them uneqeolltel. Fore/ lediana and Weeimorelend-W I/1 bon 31. I...tier "a" •11• I''''" 1 " , . f. Ill° loan Mil woidd lie hav e entahajed from Mexiwillian, Which „rep- to ny mould 1, et, et , o w, La t h y ~,,,,,b,.
, 1-• , i , fte1y_1,,,,, , . , , , , 1.. ~,,...,,,,,fi.o ti o n„ l f00 ,,,„ 1 _ having drank at Meyers• bar, tlie younge,r of
sale only by Charlotte Blume, 43 Fifth street. . stownit, J. R. M'Afee and C. P. Markle. ee.m. ~,, 11 . 1 .1 11, 1 , 1 11,
.itt,,,,,d o f Th ey fth ,„ ' dem peasiute the return of live tlionsand . The treed:nett were working o•cll
_tan wor e 1
1 . ; -1 1 1 .W i t t l e igen . , the 0 reu:lle.l prawn- whout Iva, fifteen anti tint oldest Mucteen.
Lanc'easter-,Satnue` Patterson, M. S. I' iy, tie . Hied him that It r..tei en, slihatit 111 e W 01.1.1,1 troopm from Mexico by the end of May. only paid ti. , a month at tie. highest. Ihe fie., s• ,oITIO / In 1 / 1 1(11 T/ 1 ./0(1 , 11111e111.
Tii o nf these however, 11 I be el I
fc c ery n a, F o e. •n,-Amenaean Cotton aeleg on ! negro.. would he 1.5d1y treated II the military s t xt i t ty_l lovw 11 asee me. what. Is raise In the ' - - “' ' " eu''
. Geo. W. hichaffrey and Sethennel May er ii. I prevail
Carpenter Jobbing sillsop Imbauon--John M. Mark. The 'Pram, •, We.itingbe l special ways that Monday und Tuesday were 154100 bele., keeled- , Wes withdrawn. ( °oat hut ion, leW that volt, VOTi On h giTOIIII. “treute , l," by a man who pros 11.(11A1j htel tr
Ill:wing returned after an absence ot three , Lehigh-J. W. Fuller ate' E. J. Moore. to, al.er roll I r 111 , 11 Lou froin the Ittrinlnaluta, • nag eget for epeculatton awl export. The mar- . The Seeretnry ot the Treasury has issued 0 catim , tor en eleetor.
dillictuty with :Meyers, white the t hied e ii.
a ce d km has been dull and irregular with prima , etreular to cestorna on'th•er., and 111 , 1 TO, S e"'ltt id v - Ilow IL posit truly t les the hands '
.ylara In the army, I have re-opened my shop i
o krei r ,cril t ng, rolne end Sn.yder-A. t • situp- 1 o 1 ;•."f 1 , • 1 , 7' 1 i i i o o . s . ': , :v i . 4 ,, ‘ , ....Y,4,,,1.1' rem
Mtge enough to have (111,..11 for -.ate ..1 ege,••
rat her lower under the heave ' recei Os ut. i and outlets of the Culled stale. to en elan ' 4 ( ••• 10. 5 1- ' ,... •ii n Cog I /nu nne.oninnt Id are mbin
for an .Orta of Jobbing In the carpenter line , : ' ,..,i t „,'„ y t e 1',7 c 1 ,4 11 , d . 4 ,l,.. l ,l: • k i" c r o lf t ", l l ' l ;;,LNO - ''' odoc " , : ,i, ,t,',,,,.. „,„1 11 ,,,„ . ..,..,„„. 1 ,', , ,T,T,',7 ,;',^.",', 1 ,7.'i,",d, t n o r: . Southern port. ; Middling Uplatids 1aX4. 1 Tram, I COollt rtes. .1 itect .n e tile, tit/natio/1 10 Ihe '..,, 4.' o ' 1,1,,,,, 1• "" I hOI 114 44 the et - PO I :Int,: rd""-I ' l "" Y" her " Th ' 11 " 1 " '" nd ' I ' l ' l ' l.l
at the old stand, Virgo, Alley, between srnlth- 11111,
1, .• .ii''•,,, 1,11110• "I Ihe art a•ie,.. in.c,.t a i,,r e at Manch.tery•estertlity quiet, hut prices gen- I amend:the, we re:aline 1 ,, 1 Itc .o'olo al ~,a of ".,,•••• ~ . 1 !! h. , ".04 I • , ”1. : tll recognize an ot o , it , 1 1 a I . ! ti• r; 1 . i5 , . , .:11.. 1 ., , t0. , ,e , 1 i t. 1 .T . 17f %11.
• red 1.4
/wally oteroly. Breedstnffs - Itlettartison,Spence , foreign en, 11.. and Ie de., a eop . , o . ~ L,,,,, 1 , 011a.trr11), • ~,. 0-, tic N , ......, all•I riculopolV, ~ 1 ' ,
,I ~ ' 1 t. .. 1 P . '" .." I . . .
Veld street and Cherry Alley Orders ilicited I...er ne - teal , ' Pnglte. Col " N• Moue , . •••- ' I e•h " .1.1 I-) 11 1 . .;".. t..•.: "II I ". '. " I 'I •
tog. I her o 11l I 1..• IN•raint.., .4 la xlit2oll. se 101. : " I ." "• , •".' •,' "-'". • I " """ I.l ' "I
• • I. ~,,,I .11,,,,,,,, p , ui.,,,,,_ • $l. ~ all o f s, Mr., ~.,.... 1 a .,., ,10 a ,,,,.,1 „,,„.,. f o„ A. to and 1111.140110,1, NOSII & CO. Illport ; appended to the In retlllll. And *Ay', In In', ..,1-
and promptly attended to.
, Mercer, Lawrenee and hutler--.1 O, l'uta 1. '''• '''''"""°' ''' "". r."'Cill.". tl dull and generally lifeless market. Flour itticc ell I. its Irlto islai` i li." v d'i "...met t, ",„ ~,,,,,,,,„..„,„..,,,. „,„ ~, i„,,,,, L ,,,,,,,„, „„„ . Remy Lunar. 1 to . jury tonal o verdict of
i gtdity, and Um prisoner ea. reitmetied for
WILLIAM FOROHT.T. al, te..l. T. hr Jun 0 le, G. H. Miller and J. 11. We:: .ottlicel hotted reports ettve recently 'l,l and dietesh to sou, onotau nna aa ta k aa l., ~,,,,pet o i it, operations ts regart Ito the ar,por. , , 01 •Il n woe:hi:lent.
~ Robinson. ,•aselehe.l (On, C. 11. /inward. a ..,,b,za t at cont. ,If nrichanged. Wheet 11i mederideVittlesthrat i tailniAontiOroleti 4•olll,trie., other, I. an lon., • Llghthly - ii.or it lo.sit iv ely lie. the bend. •Thrp ,,,, p,• . . .
o! . t..rften ail ! i Christian !lineman were .
Don't Ppend Tour Woney • --- wofitg....t ne , y.._o . 0 . Bu tter end 11 . ,11i ate tOfoOloni lor tin. eta .•,1.,..•„ 1tu f ,,,,, (ny th e ahOlit late rates ; Wlnter red and Southern 8.. of En Op°, 10. the Cal lie .1 I.,vaa.• .11,, , 1101 ...ern I. I . Der.' ,.. . 1. t.ellldel 'at; /14 , 1 euu , ainruatt mg
and endanger tan . lives of your children by 1 31 int rem. Dt•triyt. of I oilmen:l, mat sitn t a, end . rs e ra' fides ad. Corn quiet and a shirde easier; mixed ' to be prevalent eleewhore. CIII(I0Sliti fence, . the ~ .. 1 1 ::., n el slui ery . in plies...untie to the I o , rrll • l g l ''' , on s. ,. 1 ',1 111. 1.1. , 11 1
.. 1,, 1,,111 , . 1. , 01
o 111 take Care that no arcat eat I 1.• no 4 hide, or • ....OD' , • 1,,,,,,, • ~, 1 .0 Comdltetional amend- I S ‘ meP ten ' " s ' e. 'ehnee.). ' ei "' ntFer "'en "'
, Northamoton-James I Athlete and N.C. I . gg or tireinle 1/. the ef- • 2 8 .3dIg2ased per 4,8110 lbs.
I The sheep were driverciuto this County, and
using the Yuri°. worm remediea, but ask .. t - - ''' ---- ---- - -- .;,' 1' ,1 , 1. .. 11 , 1 1,Te 1 e e r7. ' ,F: 1 e n 1 , " „ 1 i i , r i n „,,,,,.,, - ,,..,„,• „„ a , tt h er _ ' Liglantl, Attega & Co., end Bruce a we s , ~,,,,t natio, cOming .1 irertn 0, ,tot,reetly 0,0 1.. 0 that 11 cannot. for till. purpose, in
. s. streidler.
sold to two different partres Inn the oW ner
for the • •.Visseffie Rreterer leeeefetre theffil," j Northumberland-Dr. Jeese It John tz. I per ,, nila are engaged 111 trarode, ring ' Dee report beef le good denuoul at the late ad. , trout any ports Id t.tiMpe al. Int •• -i ..t. ony tel fere 0 10, .he doillitl to( 1110 01,,tive fro._
I traced the., u IL 1111 101111,1 . that n - y I .1
which cures all gaaes, and the v055,,a h g b e Perry and Franklin -A. B. Aederson and J 1 rie•dinen trent Mut 110.. n., and N Irina y,1.0 ~11- " cauce• Now Bid, Altme, 1.158; Old, tess. Pork 1 pretext w Marvel , (rem aie I „net . in. 1.1 d a y te , ,, , .. 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . , / , 1 1 1 te•sount of ...dor,
I • llb ti P. l
.f • I d 11 l'a-
t _,,,,„ -,,. ,„ ~,,,,,, In cet „
nt rebel _ aim so f y .t 0. rat ants, IN 10 IL :,ged chat
' Roy Tankernlv. Int•On11, Ohl," (111, 111, tiy OlOne tesweas un- "seam., and firm at fall rates. Reece quiet mid I of Ility, os.e.
can take them With saftey. Sold In Plttsbergh
k n',e, li, ei.0.,...,1 ,-,"t 1,, their ~,,,,,,,,,,,, 1.,.., 'II 3111ido lower. Butter eery dull. Cheeee firs I Cluidom officers will rr.,l I,
./ . I, n et tlo•couseito. Boa el` c^ le rno , ltent poWer over leyal eiti. I t h. r . hnd f " 7.. /; hf • them °I- . 1 .""•" I he rub' I'l
sehrtylkill-Dr. R. h. Corry .1.1 W. h Jot..
tw, that stolen prnimrty found in the it 0,,,,,..
at Joseph llemlng's I 'rug Store. Nu. S 4 Mar- 1 111.1 Joh. Weiggen. '. l
' dollitt. per head. st wee ..tforts - are t,1,,,, mer for choice Land closes firmer for Auter- eerttfleates ato•ompaity ....., eaeit in, ei.... .4 ~....,,,, i
1 of an Individual polio,. to him ...... tint
. SOILTerOet, Bedford ead Feite n _ty... E . s . D e r. mad.. 1.3 the Bureau to tenet. 1 tient oat awl lean at 7asiff,73a 54. Goffee quiet. hot steady. neat ca. I le. and or the i.1.:0• Ad ri . eall eat Ile, re ,, IDIN - ' 1 1.10 II .110, ,I he D..; 11, in i,, ' ~ri r f
ono „, he c o
deld and ThOnTILLS Hughes. briog theta to lustre,. s ago , moat,. petroinum_e t yie e of Renneo ot, exeei.ting [lame from Cantela alit ot llt-c lirit- te15? , , , t , ka1.1. , , emu. t ers, I hat it t, a einuprorniso w as ° all,l Iteci In t6l a c.. "'''' " '' ..1 0 r il l : . 1 1 ' ::i ' e ' i ' fit ' ;:t " ..
Tbonarte W. Parry a co., Susquehanna and Wyoming-T. C Bee:tell
-.....- :Is •Itte3•2l. 3tl per gallon. ish North Auteremn pro, Inel., shall state .. 1 1 li 3 " 11 3 111 , 111 " mo'i inunnh , ral. luslecoul. ..„ .• , v i e ,' n ' i r0w,1, 1 , 1 , 1 1, Ic ~ .., „,, „,
Lenden-te heat firm at full
_mites, end per- that the cattle dieense 1. not, and has not been , ..d " ,,,,, IY oh ~ ..rw of an% in our history ' " 7 1, / , r e ' T ml, - ,,,. a '- - , t f ' -".
, : ... ' ' '''''''
ll I William H. Jeasup.
Praetical Slate Roofere, and Dealers In Anieri- . a gloga and Potter-hf. W. I.l•Alerney. %%OTHER BONO ABSTR.:U.IION CASE Daily Is per quarter dearer. Flour firm. Su- recently, prevaleut In Ihe routLl D . , flora whee, 11l Oil- you has e -een. is ith peln end ,1",
oi m e .L i. 1 ,,,ti
~.I ,l a rcittni c t nip retie, ted eltizen
can Slate of various colors. °lnce at Alexan- Venengo and Warren-L. D. Wetmore tor . ' * gar in Mir demand at firm rates. the Importtit ion re/MIS. Ili , , 5at.,..a,..; th at , , ros I t rust \Vito tit LI 1- mot ...I to iNain and ' eb0.„'",',,1 L''',„,„,7%1 P 1;„1 . , '" ,•4 ". .. "1 47?.‘,..', 1 "" '
. I 'IOI IT,
. 1.,..000 t ., Feb. v.. -The eettm g ow n . of w,,,i. gee), in fres. fro, .11..et5,•. ono ebt o ti o . ti,.„l . set - , ow t , , i'l• t" , • ,,,,, ,5ett. ,•,,t. listen to the , y
der Laughlin's near the Water Works Plitt. Warren) and Col. L. D. Rogers.
• nesday Mel Thursday were 96,00 D haler, Inv,- or May, and lil 11/1111.111,111 .11., 1 , 111 , 111111 ••1111.-- 'it or, .1 1 11.1,11 .1.111,0 it ion , 1 \ h.. I lint 11,13 nOt . 31r. lteiton, hie neighbor. Tht• part,. 11.1 a
burgh, Pa. 11..tdeime, Mo. 75 Pike street. Ur. Je. l : l tnla h l l l g n t nl Ign d rx ß ri• v e: ' . --6'
JOHNSON N1E4701(1 AT nuntniu PIT
y, dim./ 4.nsi tnales to speenhnOre 11110 e2porters. mem, or any invoice arrlVo3. a flea 1 hat rate 10-t. . lie l.'s el or r' "-.• '''' 1...1 I " 'is , the dispute atxmt a line fonee, al, a line Celion
was plowing In his field, elose le t h,• Poe-,
tiers pro - mptly attended to. All work warrant- . Wayne and Plke-4.lamtiel Allen. s. -.... ... ...woo. ... I. The market ts irregular, end Cid lower tinder report euelt ease to Ihe ,I, part teen I Illn" o11 2( lt r . , T'OT . ' V....Ft' is.l sow the ~ tleatiOn arldes:
ion came elm, anti ordered h
ed water proof. Ittipairing done at the short. Yore-John 11. Donnell anti Chrletian Holten • - new, fro, Amerlea. lit hibtruel lons. It 0 111 Ine 'Well that Under Nt hat •111‘11 1 , 1,1i.111. tO Mt,' I tialmeer, reieet • e l' ,„ li - - - " II I" . 10 1 ,,
pr „ p ,,,,,,,,,,,_ ~,0 „ , , o „
si lltellllng that tp . e . fence AM : , ov . er on Itt.
Breadstonls quiet and steady. Provisions thts regulation, the import, ion ~ 1 est 11.• told . opec the peilding
The Hon. George V. Lawrence, of Washing
( lain s) grounti. Jet ton end nt took to pursue
est nOtice. No charge forrepatrs, provided the
4 baron which la antler, and lard hides Du, 1 ana.la too, Britt-II 3011 h A theel- fa, er. Give it lie quarter. Let the country
roof is not abused elle_ it is put on. ton c.mnte, nominated Col. William B. Mann. CONTINUEII FENIAN EXCITEMENT. . 'wl.7e d h . t'erden l I. p ward... ean Pret Inc,. Is tint eetrfettel. it belt, und er _ see yon are 111-pellet, of its present, his work, when Moon "punched , ' the horses
-------....-- of Philadelphia, for temporary Cheirmme . LONDON, Feb. 22.-ConsoLs for money tf7i.iff. stood that th.• prov Salvia! male:ante. have Mr. Doolittle addressed the Senate, at eon- g " ,., 1 ti 1 1,, " ,, ". .,, k ' r " ,.: ' ,, d e j 1 '' ) . " .e i
punehed I.eiten, e,n
-`17.11.; L'olted State. Plve-Twentles RieHeeX,i, adept., (110/11.11.1, 11l preeent their totr ot in e , selt•rable lento li, In favor of representation. ~;- - es - - - -.- te m •'' °v. al. ' P rod ecvd
Pearls and Rabies. The Hon. 0. G. Dickey, of Lancaster county,
pistol, and threatened to cripple tieuen if
Elie shares, 530, 531-s; Minot* Central 761•0177. lion from Kerma. secant inn uto the 111110 her Or Voter..
White seth cropping•from Out of ridges of . moved to amend by hominating the Boa. L. Hour, ATTE:IIIP'T AT ROBBERY 1
An order has been lastied by Or.ler of lieut. 16 M, ,1110,1111-01.1. 10 litTeilk, hot on mutton ot roc ~, ,„, f ..
, he did not I.top plowlng. The ouly testimony
c e ... no was that of a mall Ivllo wit•
ruby, a breath spicy us the airs from Araby . Nl'. Hull, of Blair county. He milled the yeas
Gen. Grant, a. 101 10,1 e. Johuson, further consideration of the sub- , no ,'" -
stet the difficult at a considerable distance
- "Brig. Geu. P. sto7/eorge book, L ti1i,...1 shoos , P.m wan poet pone.' until Wmorrow at une , . o ' - t i. tated that "d i , not
, 0t0 .,, y6 , 0,, , ,,,,,n,kc
the Blest. Who can resist such fascinations , I and nays. The call was sustained, and Messrs.. FROM SOUTH AMERICA. Army, having been ati , lgned tA, eOrnirland the • teelotk.
To realize them, to perpetuute them, Lo make Dickey and Lawrence were appointed tellers, Eavi l a ' h aaal Am...A' La gar 14 'er B. ' . 'wers-
Department or inu Platle, ts refl./sty] front du- Mr Ramsey moved that the Senate take tip p' r it . j„F°,,W o ''',f,l,,f t .,.°'; ‘ ,.' n .„'''''„"!_,°iT t ,',l.,',".d. th.l t.h
g nitliout any
ty at. Superintendent of I lie goneral recruit• the ha! I 10r the ad edselen Of 1 010r1400.
the month a casket of pearls and rubles, and The vote rt.mite..l as follow. • Marin, 57: thdl, - i
e, 3lr. stunner hoped not. i lock on it! The whole elleC Wan rather a laid l
every sigh a goieh of fragrance, all you have Su. lir. Hall wits therefore declared. tildY
, Movements of U. S. Steamers. t';',5;:07 .1 ,`, - ,ehr",l`.`B",-:, 11 `,"'" ."-- tb!.. , - , .. , -
.I.fter a dobon .,. ottructl ,„ o „ io by itte „ , crown one, andahould never have been brought
). ea Yoix.6, March 7 -Another thuineial sen- ' . (tem it Holt, dent, tut , ...„
," In, Court Jury . ont
go do, fair ladles, is tot.° that matchless vego- eleeted, and Messrs. W. 11. Mann, Dickey awl „„,, on t ....„, i „ nce ,.,
„ ot ye „ teccu , y, tncoic , ing „ .
of the Fifth Infantry. ehe is apemen , ' Sawa. , .1.00, Ramsey, Trended" and Slat/111er, toe . • .
table production. Fragrant Sozodont. • Lawrence were appointed a committee to eon-
• .,„, oa ,, ch„ • -- , intend°, til his pluee." • 1.111 teas taken up and retol the second time, •,..
rge agalnat one Louie Cann, form- •
All order has el, bee. 1....•., oy older of the and made the special ore, for Monday next, The 'tasked Ball. .
duet him to the" chair.
Pall mild Winter Goods. erl r the foreign clerk of Duncan, Sherman & ' WAR PREPARATIONS CONTINUED. ',w ant; a. ,,, follow,. at one o'clock.
The Inasquerade bull given by the gyembers
1 The Lion. Lemuel Todd, of Cumberland, c . . . „ '
“The present military department or 11., Atter ebnaideration of private bills, the Sen- • of the vi
it In nitil great pleasure 'we call the atten- • o . on o ts MT nets! of abstrutding fortl• thous- , -
sottri w:II he divided lido I 04, jllll.l 4. oar. calleal , ate, at IlVe Cee/Oek, 'Unnamed. gilant Fire Company, last night, w.
moved the appointment of a corumittee of nre '
t lan of our readers to the subperb Mock MIMI ; noonhe
on an I dotter,. worth of United States bosids tied
p . the Deptirtnient 01 AI Isso.. rt. to he none:Landed 1 101.:8K. ...s 4ulte largely attended. There was an end
rs contested eeats. Desertion of Ms Corrilentlise
and Winter Goode Dud received l'y ?dr. John ra.l road securities deposited with the firm by
be Maj. Grit. Jut, Pop, ,It h I...llliart..rs at Mr. Wa.hburne, t...f Illinois, ftom the Recon- , IeSS Variety Or enStarnea, many of thetn gor-
The Hon G. V. Lawrence nounced t. demi
...--- Feet Leaven w.irth,`ltatee,.. aml the other to '
geoue, arid all decidedly unique. There w t•re
% r efer, Merchant Tailor, No. lIM Federal at - reets ' cation from. tho
7,... . parnea travelling abneol, e Ito desired to ote
main , ~,,, „„ 0 „,,,, nen , ~, ~,,, i.,„.,,,. io " , st molten Cranaittive, reported• to the House '
e of Pennhylia-
Allegheny. Ms Mock embraces 801130 of the la, letters of credit. M ith these. It Is en drip . New V..., Meech 7.-The steamer Havium. emnntanded by ling. 1,41 V. , t.l.eorgi. , ....01:, the il. tlinony taken Ity that COlritalttee ln rt. Iro elltaaerl a rreaellt -these Who took pert in
aim, residenC in Waahle g gton, and move.
dance ( lof whom wore musks alai fancy
most beautiltd Cloths, C.surierea, Overcoat- I mi. Cella earrlee on ruinous et..k spectate- I from Kin on February ad, with Pare dates of United State'. AMC'', O'''' Iteadytim le , Iff. : Moon to the States of Loulettium Tex. awl tgases,) ' mid those 'll
their admission to seats.
,Nelirtudia. hiel. Get,. W. T. Dllea mall a 0 tipp ea reel merely /la
tugs atul Vestings eeer brongin tothe western I h. 11. , toooto , , lin, Ilene aud Wildly etatfe. s ed hi. .grenee to his the 1•11. h. and St Thomas of the 15th, hna ar- c
U o n' t2ltiolttitt the ITINIT.1•111 lit We 7.11., , ,...ppt, ' Florida. iv h leh was 01.1erer1 lA , Ile printed. pu etutors, 1 a enizens dr.s• The "grand
n t - ,1 Clearfield county,
.„ „.„,,,,...,„_ ....,,,, .. x ....
l y ir r reb" confeteueed at nine LeelOcir, and War, a
fdarEet. /1......--, ....• , ........" v h-rn. '° - • - “g G.Xhi r ! moved the appointment of a Committee on 11 ' ' ', 11 P ..:0...:7; , t1 1 , - , '' ,07: - ;:l ea ti. " ,1t . .1tT.: - .../ b ro r 7i!.;; T it".:'g° . 'lv" ' will dt.Slgnat.e. the Hmlts of the new .lepart. The in/ff.:se Me, having expired, mr,
y attractive spectacle. At the close. tor the
' The UtWed shines ohipa e tt oni tn ly'a tt n a ri,,,,_ ntento,, 'rad repo l 11.. same D., the Adjutant ,1 a In'tlll trent 1 nm
oomprlaing Shirts, Drawers, Collars Neek Tie% t Permanent 0 tration. Carried. th.• prlsoner from the totally Jan touter the ' •,,,,ner,o
tt,,, A L )
... • • . ' he -nun ince Oil l . rhittilif, re . promenade, cotillions were formod, and. the
Handkerchiefs, Be., cannot be surpassed east I
11. I. Gill, IL SI. Evans, and W. B. Mttnn, la ' '' T ear ... a " `. %., ; t; sat, Shawn. L :Heal° and Wasp were at Rio '
, OnMial news from El Peer, the slat et the porthd a i ete , lntioe. e hien e . adopted, to ' '„lheell
~ , ,0,m,m, ,. ., , .."1., ~,',-, ~, „ '1 " ,',, , ', . , - , ,t ,;„,,,,
Or west. A large stock of ready mtul Pants. ,
: Thomas Dickson, Philadelphia; W. B. Menden. Ht d i s.: l l "' ' '''' --ee
was held last ['teeing ut • De La nett°, and the jeniata at Rio Janeiro. 1 national goveninient of Alet lei.. :..., 1., l'll re. ' twilit I iro 11 nint red thousand copies of the ad- -"ur "7 '-'" w° ' 'l " ""' -"''' """ '-'''''"'",
costa, Vests and Overcoats, will also Is. found 1 1( Ity 1te.4,1111 Imo., phalglag the meet- ~
eelOed In Ih . city up to the Pah • • Frt. nary. d r ,..,,, „I t 1
he Brooklyn left the latter Mace 011 the 31At ticket-holders were still corning In and thpre
a , speaker IIIITI 0 t the eulogy of I WAS a probability [hitt the hall Woill ', l be filled
i halL Chester and Delaware; E. T. Ucks Burks, Int - to Olpterrt the Pre.ident in him vet.l and re- , •
President .1 tient,. hail lienni -.awe,. • ..i y 1
in his establish Ment. Perrone in want of any i '"" co Indwell,' Miley, Were Itnentmonsty adopt- : for St. Catharines and La Platte. The Rhode .T(''W° S11.1µ(1.1, COOLOINVOII CO tilt 111, and chnnteter of I up. The music was ext. II I
e out, and the I gurea
•J. L. Wlrtide NorthuMberiand• IL Jselrsoit
from the interior The dissatisfeet Me nI the 11., ~,. w,,,, ~, ~,,,,,, ~,,...,,,,, , „ ~
chhis ht the 0
ot hi ng li ne e h eeh i net r a il ta 1 • , , nal the same helng ordered to be Vag rOnetal I laland. AdMired Palmer ,Is at St. Thomas. people against French ride ww. ;rote iug every ..' ' . - . -- --' ' - ' '''•
." ' tn'. '' en ' t. e-. ' ee t . e r i t iLt e ee b Y 1 • 101 ' beb " 1 " 111 " 1 " 11 • 11 ' llll ' 4 ' l '
• Berke; D. R. IL Corrlel, Schuylkill; W it an 1 forwarded le the Representative of the ~,. ~, Lk the tee of 1 ebrilary.
gine Mr. Water a call.
's birthday was celebrated by the ' JaY• The movement of Ger l'e , rutt , ."- Is ,- , .1, motion of 31 r. ' , node..., It was also or• ' I" '
• Stroll, Lebanon; F. C. Merrier, Brudford; Wu- eir trill. in lettere.. for presentutioe to the 1 •sa - ... 1113 r 01 N
• Amelia . The salutes were responded u , by tonic render neccs.ary the es monttion of t bt• Cered that the address and eulogy be printed Amusements.
i nem Mooney. Suequehanna; J. Chathani, Pot- er 'lllle.lll
- of Chlhealuta hy the French
A Iteohen Down System.
The Fenian ext'ltemeut still conf,um Pub- • ' lle ' b. " aml En F liaa maa-ar-".ar. ts , Ile Gene,
TUE., rre.-,Alr• Couldock and dee liter • • .
There ill a disease to which the doctors give i ter; A. C. Simpson, Lreoming; E. H. Brewer, Ile meetings were held last night In various I The adviees from p ß p m are4 . utiimpomant. War . p 11,a,perteor,ttoms„ t e r „% i o e r it .... e , r e n, l , ../11 , 11tg e 5 ,, 1 , 1 , e , 5 ,. 4,. , ,, , ,, ,, , , , ,.. at, motion of Mr. Latham the seeete am en d. .
~, g 01 ..•
many names, but which few of them under- Northumberland; F. J. Jordon, Dattphie; ,f, . pu pt - t , .c
. o p f i t t li r e , , ,,, •it o y an t . t i r , tt ,
, n ,s ,..,, : a rty n. o ne ti „ tet;
, p , ,r p er p arn e.,,, l,Lns rei,„
~, ,,....v .,, , ,81iume:npt,,,, : rm. . ,
n at . :d or
th.,, 5 ,.„,,,,,,,,
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~,,y 1 L. ,,,,.,. 1 , ,, meat ot a Jona restdut ton gIV lag the eonannel “i's 'lng full I use at the Pittsburgh Theutre.
i I et t ungr...., to transfer the eountlee of Berk- , Tonight they appear in the popular pley of
!Mend. It is simply weakriess-a breaking I Myhatrey, Lancaster; W. 11. Mullin, York; J. 1 ','.„ . :;',.', firty ' 1 "
tntallretV p:-.,r,r ' :;::,,tr e r p th r„, : uf Leyte. as the first basis Of any peace near,- I the emnetery near that place.
ley and Jefferson tO the Ittito or Weal. VI, ; te e “C 1,1, 0 ., •u p 71
3 tour to be followed a - Ith
down at the vital forces. Whatever its Catifilre • It. Tatnish, Adams; Gen. Koontz, Somerset; ! frionds of the Calls, Thin. evening there Is to ' ttations. A inocivy f . or t: ! n . e c protect ot or ! p n r et,ta i.
stTephg,t,l,lilt. in:3ixterri,it.lhoty,•„..,lgrii.,•l,l,,ltl7i. , guile, xi as 1 , 1 „ 1.10. h trout the Speaker's tattle end ! uto ant
of ' au... _
Bo ' it." .
(And Cry are innumerable), Its symptoms are Mosarn. Woods and Anderson, Blair; J. Hen- l i re , a gra n T e l . m .r o s t me t t o tinj it al P i l il i i rill i n nr rki• 1 nj " . '. (^7,A r tfla t T ( Tt . 1 maityrfiere n . I.' 1
flo n n d r Pennaylvania for the payment of iamb, ad- ' e irr U Jl r l ' a . e.. l i ' /11 . 111 1110Ved nee thousatul copies of : Orr. 1100 PE Tho l p I I M •
in the main the same. Among the most prom- demon, Cambria; .11dr. McCullough, Clearfield; •
tin ' usnal reparations hew ) ; lieen a Mier:. a ' ' ' : scarce and myth wanted. Freights to Simi - . viineel by that Stine Wider promise ~t pay- the joint L....ed.:non to admit Tenuessee, with I tr. greeted brAnotber m i u g_ ' e r ttl i .t ', ll.t 4. 5 . 5 e'''''''''''
, at the
nient, appropriat ex 1000... a
he testimony and aceompanying damn - lent I opcm Honse last night. ar Tlits il •to
leant are extreme lassitude, loss of eppetite, Mi. ideafee, WentriOrehina; Juo. Id, Kirkpat- ~ bold P robbery was committed yeeterday i Verli, " . Ikr
. Tire Illinois Delegation In Congress hold ii I leptirted front tlie Reeonstruetion Committee, 1 evening is * Flower:, of tbe Fores i t, '9 e r tiu'
lomat flesh, and great mental depression le- .rh k and hen. Collier Allegheny •W IV Irwin ari erneen i„ p ro , a ; s , a) . ; ta 13,,, B aa a at L b ° ; Montevldo advices to January 1. , itli stir : N ;
active movements have occurred. lint side. meeting this . aftentoon, and twpointed Messrs. ' be. ordered to be printed. Referre.i to the , afterpleee of “hlarria e at any Prl " " "li
' • ' ' " 'en ner of. Park Place and Broadway Mr •
L ugutta ia and.. st omac h cooga a re w an f ees 1 Wishlnglon; J. 'N. Purviance, Lawrence; Col. '
.1 h L t i l a k -' i' are en In making preparatiorts tor the.' Callan, lianiloci aod T i l ' - ' 1,1 .°" a Com- 1 Vorutnlttee ou Printing. 1 g - c'.
, a nes ewe wen to m a to depot' t
:cannily concomitants Of tlits distressing state I itogera, Mercer, end E. B. Derrtekson, Craw- Ita,/27,V., in two packanati, and while ronntitet earn gn in Pariignay, which It -Is expected I mlttoe to attend tan Naomi of Colonel hew- I Mr. Schenck. reported from the Committee ' -
will cartimence In about a month. Two small . ers, to.morrow. They left thin , cyettie g. on hillitary Affairs a bill term:organize and es
of body and mind. The common remark in I ford, were appointed said Committee. ; th t money near the Teller.. desk, ho nothyed
i t iikirmlahes ocourredwithpaeuea or yar a gn„y. Lieut. tiee, urant, hen. Comstock, Colonels tahlish the army of the United Mates, which
talatiOn to persOna In such a conditten /a, that ! The Hon. Thomas E. Cochrane, of New York, ' a lu: a a m en ' i ' ra a n ' t ' i d erls n Z a w r ii ' , PY /It a tt asna°mfloanneiormreent ans, who creased the Sardinia. I.n Oue they : Hudson and RO , llllllll, and Mater e r esiter, of was road twiee, recomMitted and ordered
they are consumptive. Now, what th 0,,,,, an „ I moped the appeintment of a Committee on , one of the packages, eontulning 0r1,,m3.-‘,.., I .....-prised an Argentine outpost; Captured two - 1 h i le idair ct aie t i h r;: t ute ,, r , ts r., Vlnt;ent aad Nitheles, to be printed.
.feirttmatas really want, I. rfgor-rttnl strength, 1 lie.olutions, to cone Ist of one menthe, fro,. • til :en lip. The oetee drsiged tete th e h a il I field piece., some horses and cattle_ In the 0, Ito -1 , Ja _
i • .IS I epartinjeill, lANIt, tor Mr. Int ham asked and obtained leave to have
t ,„ , tro „ pr d ! other they were rotuod With a toes Of tam or t the Mute purpose tit s mounting.. The mourn- printed ti. bill which he desired to utter as a
- in& as tertianly ait dawn succeed. darkness each Senatorial District. The Cmomittee w. 1,.V.'. 7,t7tre,.. e fe . „ ` , l i i ,, 'Y tAc.A.7 " „47CP tt e . " ,,tit •,-„.. 4 .,,,,, i ,.. ' three. The allied armies are stJil receiving : ing flag ens at het( mast eyes Ili,. it, my bead- ' ,
substitute for the Saltine bill to proteM all
they - citt recupevate their syeterus and regam i constituted as follows: • c.., neatly an.,,,t,,1 by ia.,,,,a; ~,,,,,,p„,., th e , reinforeemenas, and have forty-five thOUSand ' ;1 1 1.1 , li..r . to . rn t , c,.....1 , av, and the beildinri is draped perso n , in th e u n it e d st ate , i n th e i r c i v i l
ri i ,In reamed Lo the ilailory of the rights
"perfect hea/tb by ' resorting to Hostetter's Cal. ; Steams. 0. M. Shultz, Jno. L.lllll, R. FAillig, hank iloor. The thief turns Oat tO be (Coolie I
~1 10 1 1 11 , 1 0 t ,,t 1 1. 0 . 1-1 . 0 11 ? -1
, la wgr te tt i en,gd ° Z,h n' e l ge " pg, demi:lsm - I ' , whose merit:. Fla all 0 et, tool 11 .
. alr. " in xi e• tII t 1 ad I. rl
ebrated Stomach Bitters. It la ria clear that a I Charles T.,hente, phlladelphla ;
.1. 8. yuthey, ' ' '''lr''' '
'of C riefttes, through thestnokinaor e a cme." , . gentleman iire universtilly acknowledged to , terdeYl t u a ge Y drZ. theast'lletri'dint c'enthoffesre.°Ay3,-Nir.
I Lod the ediebrated gold robbery about a year ,' ~„,,, y
he,. been of the highest order,
Mfe-levlvlng Tonle is required In such calms, 1 Chester; D. O. Miner, Blahlon Yardley, Becks; ag.t, and WhO wee tharged with a similar rob- 1 '''r e n g e " ea " wennti t t ini ttl •W c ent i men ' . schenek in reference to cadets at the military
nd The bill before the Senate, rreetrted with an I acatterjiy, h but hie; w t. ? ... ;g ot, t i ecor : i.,
...that the dying dame of an ;empty lamp re- , E.. 1. Moore, Northampton; E. Small, Reran; hely in Phtiadelphire lett who escaped pun d - 1 burn - ed 4 v l :mio d e ' s ;obits! ' He hu t s ' i p l u a ra a ll ta ca a pro , anonelment, thorn t lei Fbuinee ComMit tee to
iikatitta-ta h e rev i ve d w i t h a new B upply of cd . i. IG. B-Green, Schuylkill; IL E. Dimmock, Car- r is p h r t i tT i t : In both cases. Ile was commltte ;.. . -
i me el oearmg ans. In the Braainar t flea at ; day, peaty idea among other thiegs, for the 1 onnrtivalnana'lo'n's,urCelportmeri astieb(itmsuptptice..B
.Fgrfeetly pure and' iinnoxions, containing I boa; B. J. Mecitil, Bradfordi Washington Lee. ; tonsldatraitle ezedement is oceutoloued Corrientes, awaiting high 'water which is tip- ' taxation
, of Meornes front all Cooed Stutes ! mentary to the several Mete relating to pen-
The Iron Mad Brazil, with four , pi eporty le, by namigners.
; alons, which WWI read twit:eat, recommitted.
' Xiething but the most Lai vegetable ex- Luzerne; W. IV. MeAlarney. Potter; A. C. SLutp- 1 among tin lager beer brewers of this city and i ProaChltill.
1 Biemklyn, in coneequenee of rumors that the ' Irmiberds, was ascending the Yoram. Loiter. It, ,
, The House then went Into ComMittee Of tll
Araettl, and combining the three gra we- son, Lycoming; T. J. Ingham, Northumber
' raising It to fifteen gunboats and two Iron Verdict for a Colored Mon-The Reel- • Whole, Kr. Raymond in the chair, and rtt!
. ret erns of sale. upon which the laze.. are col
intulte Of a ettmlachic, an alterative, and a ge- land ; John C. Kunkle, Dauphin; O. J. Diekney , lecteci, have been duspected by the ..e.ors of ' e h i t a a •
eci prof,' ty Debate In the Idaane-Elertion. i sunned tho consideration of tile bill regulating
nhal Invigorant. Hotrtetter.o Bitters are en.
.;; and George Whiteson, Lancaster; Ed. INlOrher, : ineecitraey, It is nor% rindoulited from recent 1 tbo Corrientlne militia from •
t h A .. At e rifiliZelrmy le reported. Alter a con- ' of Civil °Nicety. In Alezatidrin-Com- , trudu wit_li r tku u ilritish_ North Am
1 r 'ne"
• h "e I Y rtlr'"e‘ erlcan Pro.
I the Committee
able to ab constitutions, and aro as applies • son,• Adams; T. E. Cochrane, York; John 2 . 17' T - 1 1111 es
p tha p t p A . T o ten ,p a s i o v rn e
.i n ta a v t e he be ,, en ,,_ .
flic ' t w th some Brazilians eighteen of the lat. '
n oppos tonto t AO 1 . `-
We totbe diteases and disabilities of the fee. Cessna, Bedford; B. L. Hewett and John J. thorities ar I' tit ti t' h , ..i 1 Ler were killed and My oi the former. All Is I N"11- 1 " '" E I Marel "' -In 111 ' 1. -
• erten, Conn; •
oes n tie it srine ' lle1. " - " •1111 11 ''" : eulekin the Confederation of Montevtdo. : to-dtiy, the Jury rendered it yeffllct. of $750, , • ' " ---.11 "" 7-77--- .
bler sax as tollose of men. • Patterson, Blair; J. Henderson, tam brie; 11, IS. rigid inquiry.
' The t hlomvedok arrived safely at Montevido. I to_whie n hlho or e n ourt titled an n , lioumneet of 5 per ,
:Swope, Clearfield; John Covode, Westmore- 'I he TrUnme's Washing:en span lal says that '
thc instriet Attorney for tine Dietrict has I The English Government has determined on e ' en
0%p1e,hi,,,,,t,f liitprilep.ltri:.•,t.,lineloilored man, i New Vona, 31areh, 7.-Thesteamehip Vera
Are 601 d wholesale and retail atkery low rates land t Tim , I l it- Marshall, R. S. Cam/hen. Alles been ordered by Wu Trea.snry DopartMeat to , fortifying the Walklaud rebinds, and has sent I n
during . the riols Y - ak'a
of lee.l. Uruz. frotn Ilavuna 'on the NI Inst., IlliS '
at Earning% Drug mid Patent Medicine Depot, gliuny; Gm V. Lawrence, Washington; J. W. , commences un action await:est Brig. Gem IL D. I h P hrt3. of mftrinea 'ham. ; The Corantercird's IV t.hingum xpecial sityst . rived, end bringni the foll Owing news trent;
No. &Market areal, corner of the Diamond William, Lawrence; h. it. Johnson, Mercer; ! jtieisey, hate private . Secretary to President I .-- -- -ens- • • I The Holum in the reelproeity debate, Yeste , Mexico end Vera Cysts t
"11.1011, to recover Sig3,oooivhich, it Is alleged, • The Bill to Present the Spread of For- • dayourenet lIMIN the urOWlllefffallnui beta . , I '
and Yonrtb Meet. James SIII. Crawford. ,
IW. abstracted from the sum wivanced hini ' clam Cattle Disease. ha the Untied ' the west ...I the New England zn Y A”
' V er r" liti m" 2ilehde ' re P erth °Medan
on the •en
'Mellon. John Cessna moved to make the I for recruiting, arid for which It Is claimed he ! States. .
committee permanent, and refer to it all reso• has failed to - ----- ---
At Fulton's Drug Store, Nos. G 7 and fla Fifth ate
A good, reliable, practical man, who-is
qualified to superintend the erection and
Managem.mtbf a Glass Manufactory, ran hear
Of a very favorable opportunity, by railing.,
tietween two and eight o'clock . p. m., on Thorn
day, March Sill, at room No. kI2, tit. Chart.
The ISphynx—A Mystery.
All the popular makes at popnlar prices, on
the northeast corner of •Fourth and Market
New Dry Goode
Opening every day on the northeast corner of
Fourth and Market street..
Ilene In JUnd
That If you n lab to procure Urine, of any kind
for medicinal purpose., Iltere 14 Just one es.
tahltshment In tile. City where reliable, guar
anteed articles can always hh had. Thai
place is Fleming's Drug morn, tin, dl litarkiit
street. Remember the place.
The 9phyttz--411 Ityetery.
i.Why He Buys It.
.Übuy It because I like it,” said the country
ii•rwtan, as he rushed to get it cake of Sawyer's
Bargains isi grassing lischloea•
A. illm flrst-cla's Sewing Sluelanes at nearly
half price. ante of them being In use but a
abort tlme,.at the oftlee ul
Wm. ,rl.l IVER ot. Co..
..,-.. 'I; Fat !, .1,-,-1, Pat...burgh.
Venally become soon exhausted. This cannot
be sablkif that caused by the great reduction
sale of Dry Goods by Barker & Co., It Market
street. Tble is steadily on the increase, as
might be expected, when prices are made so
law as are their', and sn large, varied and
Choice a stock to (incited at universal sale. We
CalalaOt des better thing for nor readers than
reoomaaerld them to visit this sale, and Inr
prate the time in 'applying their wants.
Casstwerps, Sat!netts, Tweeds, Jeans, gis., a
large stock at very low prices, on the north
east corner of Fourth and Market streets.
Vary cheap at either wholesale or retail. Re
member. we are now on the non neast corner
of echarth and Market .greet..
And Diseased Nails Instantaneously cur,l
'without pain or bleeding. Dr. Rendsll has re.
visited this city, and can he consulted, es het e
totore, at N0..20, Fifth street. Ottice hours,
Itom It! to sp. to Ile can be consulted during
this Week. Mar2:tlt. '
1 ` ~'
• Msannitss, March 6.—The ricer is eight feet
on the shoal,, and has been rising steadily
and slowly Bat day. •
negro named Nelson Wri committedrent
on **barge ot murder, and to All
to await his trial. The evidence goes to show
that On Thursday nigbt be decoyed a negro
Eirl. named Anna Ponies, who was ,servant in
iMenno,ploy of GenezakDonalfisen, to a race
. • turn, and there brutally murdered her. Thu
•• y war found in spend near the track with
the small terribly fractured. .The accused was
• remanded to jail under a charge ofmurder in
the lint degree. .
drenOentred at five o'clock this morning,
than:Mt% Street, near the Chattanooga depot,
destrOyiriot the building occupied by 'Lieut.
Wilson, startermastor, and by the Quarter
master o the military railroad. Lieut. Ml
son's Woke and papers were total locus. • The
dasnagar otherwise are slight—probably . five
Major tieneral Cheatham, laic of the Con
: Ad. date Army, will, on Thursday nert, wed
Attastobertiron, a wealthy lady of Davidson
Nrw Onutairs, ,licarch 0,-Tbe Texas Con
"'wealth:a. Committee on the condition of the
Mem, reporied.adversely on the ordinance for
theeotiail and encouragement of Mi
v i.7 l l ll SPrencr subject for legts
• Tleiginance Committee mporled a sweep
- , ordizumee declaring null and void ell
Aalitifewitmeted by the State In the late ,war,
_.....flarbiMlitnit the iegialature to amume or
~.',4l.proyialttexpartliedrpaynnent. The same'
a l ol , l4iOn .eemeertd.o# etnifederate debts is
iter,VA :••tw ri
C. IiANION Loci I Bab
C. a AXSON Love h Rao
&X PON Lora et 800
lltun.llne He I slue.
C. AN . 6014 LOCK A. litto
lb - -
VOLUME LXXX.---NO. s(f.
VERY LATEST TELEGRAMS.
OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
THE NAMES OF THE DELEGATES.
0111111TERS 01 ORGANIZATION 41D RESOLUTIONS.
BALLOT FOR CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
G.E.r. GE.9R F Aroari-r a TED
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gazette
asitarsacno, March 7, IoOS.
The Republican State Convention assembled
In the Ball of the Rouse ot Representatives.
at 12 o'clock tn. The floe ,John Cessna, Chair
wan of the State Central Committee, called
the body to order.
The Taloa, leg ilst of delegates appeared and
took their masts
Intions Mitcniltted to the Convention. Carried.
Convention adjourned to meet at five
Floc o'clock, p. m.—On the requasemniing of
the Convention the first ballot wan ordered for
Governor, which terminated with this resett :
John W. Geary .) 81 vote,
Winthrop W. Ketchum '•
J. K. Moorhead le
Harry White ‘.
General Geary having received a majority of
aL the.votea, was unanimously -nominated.
—From Nora Misoivis, New 'Mexico.
Sex rneXClsco, March 7.—The Flag has ad-
Tires froMrort Mason, New Mexico stating
that the Imperial Commander at3l%.lalen, I
B emire with a band of Indians, se ed a
frelffht 6ain belonging to American citizens,
and prOLlblted further transportation by the
American citizens. Colonel Lewis, command- 1
rort Lewis, has been served with a do.
mond by the Imperial commanders forprop
erty taken In action by the I.Merals and sold
to American merchants. The demand has
been sent to headquarters. These orders emit.
holden the Imperialists to Invade the Amer
lean toll, to plunder and murder Inoffensive
persons. lionerals M'Dowell and Mason re- 1
fuse to allow Colonel Lewis and his men to re
ALnaunr, Math 7.—Tbo flour mill of W. 11.
Rogers. ln the town of übl/1, elisht miles from Eoch eter, itOolleStef, wsu tOPtIIY' deStroyed fire last
night. Cate IprObably apelaantal. pope,
Ofi, Ake, '
THE PITTSI3GI-1 GAZETTE.
UNION SIRE COMMON.
GEN. JOHN W. GEARY NOMINATED
Good Platform Adopted
Provision Against Cbolers—Funeral of
• Colonel flowers.
RIM Tome, March 7.—The Pod nays that in-;
Gel:Menet, luta been received by one of the
New Orleans steamship cntoparn es' In this city
Mut, a military order has been tanned order-
Ins all vessels arriving (rem the West India
Islands to he subject to twenty-five days guar-
amine, as a provision against the introduction
A Washington special states that General
Grant find Ilse members of his stuff left that
city this morning to attend the funeral of I
Colonel Mowers at West Point. IVashburim
and other members of Congress from Illinois
leave the city to-night to take part in the cere
A. gentleman who was on board the train on
the Hudson River Railroad at the time of the
accident to Col. bowers, gives the following
palonlars of h death. Th anl had left
theecar to obtai nMs satchel,d when he re-
turned the train was moving, lie grasped the
ratting of the 11110, CM' but 0116, boldtng his,
satchel In ono Mind, losing his foothold he fell
between the ears am* was killed leniently..
His clothing was torn off and his head nearly I
settiired !rota his hotly, lie was heard to scream
as be fell, but it was Impossible to stop the
train. Hie romaine were sent back to West
Point in charge of an °Meer detailed by Gen.
Grant. The General, who continued his Jour
oily to thin-city, was greatly affected by the
inelanchOly'event, declaring nothing had ever
moved hhu ao deeply, He spoke In the warm
est terms of Vol. llowers.
Speaker or the North Carolina Renate. I
UAW:10B, W. C. March, 7.—Mr. Winatead,ot
Pconion colloty. war °looted SP.:other of th e
&moo 04 night, rice Mr. Settle, res/gtad.
PITTSBURGH, TIIURSDAY, MAR.CII S. 1866
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Wssitnawroa, March 7.—The bill to amend , are subj in ect
favor o otection. Thef
an act to prevent the nts
- with Canada, and complain that the math n al
spread of foreign dis- • interests are ' subordinate to the views of L.:a:t
eases among the cantle of the United States, ern anannfactairers Attempts ere bel.m made
approved December last, as it passed both to so combine tile lumber, coal and the wood
interests as to change the Continental Turin'
Houses, having been signed bytbe President, .
is now a law. it provides that the import*. I to protective, by largely increaaing the duties. °ln, now under consideration, from revenue
Don of neat cattle, and the hides of neat cat-. 1
Ile, from any foreign country into the uni te d , . At the election In Alexandria yesterday, the
States la hereby prohibited, provided that the Mayor and several others elected were in the
provisions of this net Isbell im suspended as to rebel4rm Y•
time ago Commodore
any foreign country Or countries , °Pony parts The Rtentog Post contains the follOwiuga
f Winslow was or
of such country or =tattled, whenever the home •
S ecretary , oho
r rftu,.,,, shall stssishy do- tiered to relieve Rear Admiral Thatcher, now
terming, and give public notice thereof that I In command of the Gulf ° O u ' ar "; b " °°- "g
such importation will not tend U, the intro- to the fano that he was the principal, wlteess
In the Sentines trial, be was retained in wash-'
auction a spread of contagious or infectious
diseases among the cattleof the United States. Wton. 4.5. It is not likely now that Semmes
The Secretary of the Treasury be here
will be tried at all Commodore NI inslow is at
authorized and empowered, and It shall be liberty, and will in a fewj Mays assume the
duty to make all necessary orders and regale.
duties of his new communal. A number f I
Dons to carry this law into effect, or to sus- I
volunteer naval ofileers who worn 4.opt in t./3 I
a°, as therein provided, and to service to give their evidence In tide
trial will .
Bend copies thereof to the proper om en ,. i n , now receive their lionorablediscluirges. ,
the United States, and to such .onieers or
agents of the United Slates. in foreign coon- ' The Chtlian Privateer Case — Fenian Cir- I
tries, nedui than - judge neeciaary. vies Forming Regiment,
Section second—That the President of the ' 14 EW Yens', March 7.—The ease of the Meteor,
United States, whenever ln hisiodgement the ' the alleged Chillan privateer, was called up
inpOrtation Or neat cattle, or hides of cattle, , toslay, and met Mr argument on the fah
may be made without danger of the introdue- , inst....Lo accomodate Cho counsel for the clahn- I
tie!, or spread of contagious or but Clone ant., m e n, ci„„ nte & E v . rt ,
IiitIOSMIB among the cattle .of Ills. l_ted 11r. Coilins, Jeweller, who Was attacked by
States, may, by proclamation. neentril the burglars In - his store, a few days since, In .
prey - miens of this act to be In operation,
,and 1 Brooklyn, has since died of Ills injuries. The
the samb shall be afterwardM- OPenttlen, j /Mir is still wrapped in great Mystery;
and of no effect from and altar thirtV„ day* A.largo biminess 11 said to be domg at the
from the day of maid proclamation. - Fenian
,say s, In Irish bonds. .Are_
Seetioa three—That every parson eoniloted tmzrt from there, says the Drothern trod, during
of a wilful violation of this act, shall 00 lion- ••the past month, has become u vast military I
!shed bye fine not exceeding dye hundred organization, the circles baying been formed
dollars, or Imprisonment net cmitiegmk One into regiments.. They have been Imamate:l,
Year or PT betb, each lino sad im t. bowever,ao commit no violation of' the lien: ,
to.beitt the discretion of the 0 trutistw. i.
FROM WASHINGTON. XXXIXth ONGRESS-FIRST SESSION FROM THE SOUTIIII
- __ly that
with seven hundred men he attacked and
core motels defeated General Regale's force of
three thimsasti Melt, capturing seven hundred
lrbsonerif. The root of the force wax dispersed,
eaving la the !saints of hien(lez their artillery,
arms, end ammtMitlou, etc. Reptiles afters
wards raptured thi i town and -garrison of
V NOWN had been received at Havana from
beert es uele to the Sth hit„ that the railroad ,
tweed. Mwl.. Cabello and Polito, was: te, be
ope There had been several slight earthquakra
There wa,, some trouble in the State ssf-
Roily la, Mg it was not of much Impertance. -
The Psi/vs.'', special eerrespondent writing
from r0d,..”,.. do Chili. Januar' , •SlYth, Soya;
The telegraph !thee to nearly completed Offing:
the coast. Chill Is not sick yet; her eretliCis
deservedly good t her 'mineral wealtlels Men.
hat t lgti o bp. , ..; th im m p a ir n T n o } :ey Is rigtittilepreciatetti
' :l t ills or specie, as you likfat.ChDlurikillytevtigela".
nth. all the slivproduced from the mines Is
coined, and thin/will be sufficient for OA - gen-
oral uses of the country. The National /lank
has about $1,1,00.000 of their notes in circulation.
end them are perfectly guaranteed. - The
yanks have due them from the United States
The Government has effected a loan of ad,-
ON,00:0, at 6 percent., of:Daring Brothers, Lon -
don. This, will aortal in spode'. • • .
It is Currently reported—and .1 hollare It
may be:true—that Peru has sold ItheiffiltlOha
Islands to an American company. It may boa ,
facetious sale, but Spam will not have. any I
guano unless she buysit. President Pig 44,41
a good man for the post he occupies, trait au :
aedoutit, Peru can pay her debt/J. IShetts a .
richer country num Callt ito /Myear, ther.
eaeds Of gamut reaahed Wa, and ' ay'
even amerced cotton In to thtlaMOUll pi:
PRICE THREE CENT,
GENERAL SCOTT AT NEW ORL
The Oratorto.—The grand Oratorio 0
..Judas 31aceabams" will be repeated tills
evening at Masonic Hall, by the members of
the Pittebargh Choral Union. The lover% of
classical mush, will nut fail to witness ails
performance, and show their appreciation or
the alerts of the Union In the cultivation ea t
development of the highest order of mask.:
talent. The Oratorio will be remiered nt t hr
most, effective manner, end th ose who have
never witnessed a performance of this char
acter should not fail to embrace the present
Runaway liorse—Woman injured.-.%
runaway horse dashed akin, Smithfield street
yesterday evening at a fearful pace. At the
vtOrner or Sixth street he run agatust a woman,
who was crossing Santhlicid street with a
child in her arms. She was knocked dow n,
tnimpled.upom and sustaineu severe Injuries.
Tho horse's foot struck her upon the breast,
and it was supposed that several of hef ribs
were broken. The child escaped without In
jury. The Woman was subsoil uentiy Conveyed
Deserve to too EneourogoO.— The a‘n
dren of the Central Presbyterian church Sal, •
batt-Scbool, Allegheny, bold a fair at the
elittrch, conitnenclugzhis afternoon, for the i
benefit of the News Mpst home . The little
ones should be eneouraged by the oharttably
disposed, sad the curious annuli! go if only to
see the Immense collection of novelties of all
kinds collected front the Liberal citizens of
both cities, and manufactured by the citizens
(Or the occasion.
leletthee at the Theatre.—A matinee win
be given at the Theatre, on Saturdaycllnv
noon, at two o'clock, for the ancomal ening 1,
Limning, and °them who cannot conveniently s
attend in the evening. The attnaseinn tine
been nand at thirty-live cents-children tnii•
Life loutranee.—Wo ea❑ theottent ion of
gift readert to tbo :advertisement of the Neu-
Jarsoy Ilfutoaal Life insurance Company, which
will too found In anotbor part of lob. any 's pa
FROM YESTERDAY EVENING'S GAZETTE
The OH Benner's... and she Penneylva, T
At a meeting' of the Petroleum Reliners' As
sociation, acid yesterday afternoon, a com
mittee consisting or Messrs. Frew, /braid, •
O'Connor, and „Musgrove, was appointol to
mematializetto Pennsylvania Railroad Com- I
pgmy on the subject of freight ou oil, and to •
suggest to them that the reduction proposed
by the Company, of seven dents per ono hun- '
dred pounds, Is not 'Satisfactory Aso-
./Soren:intim wasalso instructe
to correspond with Mr. John Garrott, P re d
Ithita of. the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, In •
referenoe to the rate of freight charged on ail r
IrOtti•Pittpur tit tO'BilltlmOre, and to. repro.
Sen. thelniilght on 01l on the Penn- ,
It%iltitrla te tilrOnd be further reduced,
burgh oral will be compelled to
teak 110MOOtiterontlet for their product.