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TEE PITTSBURGH GAZETTE.
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TAICIAGNA. fittaii,ess ataxas.r.
PeilidßlßlDll7 TELN Ceadli rra ASHOOlarloa.
NO. NI Ihrni Waists. Pllisballas•
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TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1836.
Mn. Gitonoa LUNT, of Boston, recently
Published a book on "The Origin of the
Late War," in which be endeavors to main
tain the thesis that the rebellion was caused
by the scruples of Northern men agcinst
slavery. Speaking of his probable appoint
ment as Professor of Mental and Moral
Philosophy, in Washington College, the
Richmond Enquirer says "he Is to be con
stituted 'Professor of Mental Degeneracy
and Moral Obliquity in Washington Col
lege.'' So much a man gets by unprinci
111 PORMATIOIC 18 WANTED Of GEORGE L.
liPrnritivs, _Company G., 77th Regiment,
Pa. Vol., who was taken prisoner at Chick.
amauga, and sent to Andersonville prison,
and is supposed to have died there. Any
person having knowledge of his fate will
communicate to the Senior editor of the
Pittsburgh Gazette. Exchanges please
Excelsior Annalist te
For Boys and• Girls. See advertisement.
House and Tannery a) alllCtiOn
StOrO and peening House at Auction ' S
A. Logrative advert leements In Auction Sal
In another eolomn.
FOr all kind. or Cotton go de. tip at once to
the great sale at
&meta it Co., rd market atreet.
With white edge, a - good ludortment, on the
north-east corner of Fourth and Market
street.. C, Naos Love R Mao.
Lace Curtain., •
Aiken lotjost opened, on the. north-east con.
tier 01 Fourth and Market streets.
C. 11,uraos Love & Bao.
A good assortment on the north-east co
of Fourth and Market streets.
C. Hamm:. Love R Ba
White and colored, a good assortment Oo tO
northeast earner Fourth and Market atreet.
C. ti.aeos Lore & Duo.
In Dry Goods. We are still selling great ba
gain* in everything.
•-'B.taeaa & tio..s9klarketirstraei.
8011110 and Let at Auction.
l'annety. in Reserve township_ at auction
Store and Dwelling Dottie in Allegheny at
auction. See A. Leggateandrerthlements
uctlonjealo3, this page. .
Plata and figured, light and dark, a good as
sortment, on the north-east corner of Fourth
and Market etrarts.
V. ,Masson Lova a Ban.
- alrowlea Yermtfuse Comfits
Are taking ttua lei& of kll Worm atedielnes.
Bold at the tiers , loyrest possible ratesorbole
sale and,rniall Pleminght preg and Patent
Yedloine Depot,..No, at ifarket street.
Naw Pante. Citrighams, Cheeks, ricking'.
Maxims, Drills, &a., now opening on the north.
cut corner of Four and Market streets.
C. Hanson Lora & Liao.
Black and wtefte, 'dela end striped, With fan
cy Colored border, a new lot Just opened, on
'the northeast earnerar.Foarth and Market
eats. • C. Harsoa Lova a 800.
Catarrh. • . .
Dr. dardner, who has—been meeting with
great encomia in the treatment of Catarrh,
wilinfrain chat this city, on Tuesday, April-
Rib; and remain hero until the Rat. Retreats
catarrh by tip use of warm medicated inhale
Con. °Mee Monongahela house. Read his
The railllita FOlllll-V-1111
For tho benefit of (race Churchi brotibt
tniton, alll be held on Wellne,day and Thurs
day, 11th 441112th lust., Insteufl of 6th
Thls postponement has becoup neeessaryin
consequence of their Inability to secure the
Sunday School room for thls. intipooie on
Thursday of this week.
-- °inventor Jobbing Spo t '
iinelng returned after an absence °X three
Tear la the roWnened Din sbox.
ear all sorts of jobbing in the carpenter line
at the old stead. Virgin Ailed , . between Smith.
deld 'trout and Ch—enTAlley. Orders/wiggled
and promptly attended to.
Thomas W. Parr 7
fractlisel Slate Roofers, and Dealers In Atlan
tan Slate of Tartans colors. (Moe at Alexan
der Lengtalln , a near the Water Work!' Pitts-
Largb Pa Beeldenee,'Sfo.lB Meet:tuna ON
dais promptly attended to. All work warrabi.
on water proof. Ilepalrlus done at tho short.
nit moth*. Xothargo for repairs, provided the
coils not abased Atte: It 121 put on.
The Three best known tonics, skillfully and
elegantly oombmed in an , amber•colOred
dial, beautifully transparent to the eye, pieta:
ant to the taste and acceptable to the stomach,
to Castiell,Nack & Co.'s Ferro-Phosphiwated
Elixir of Callasyst Bark. •
Each 'pint oontams one Evince of floyal tlatt.
says Bark, and each teaspoonful cantatas one
'Brain of iron, aatnples tarnished free to the
profession. Camst.t., MAC% & Co.,
. . _ Sore Itannfacturers, N.
soul bylL K , aelleni &to., and by all 'drag
roe Rale; at Public Auction,
Wednesday, Apr/Ijith, Ma at 9 o'clock,
large frame Rouse. Tannery and Stable, to,
tether with the line lot on Which they are
eituated.in Woodville. Reserve township, Only,
hairs mile from the Allegheny City imearont
dug on the Woodville PlanknOtla two hundred,
-Mid Mighty feet, and running hack about fouri
kindred and sixty feet along another 'street.'
The house meltable Sven roomsand,a hall.
To the*Taniterr 'there is water and MI eon
.vapiencee Suitable- for the Tanning-tmainess.
. 41 4 06 4' thiee-fokeilla ot• the ground is orna
mented with due kearing fruit trees. The
whole p re mMeittradminibly located. Terms
„wade known - Oa 131.9. of.*sic
, ,ffysrospenelble Vouriterffitsers.
_slue Mt , the most . Perkins annOyariCes which
;the piopristont,e of. an article , .la.,'Unnsuat de.
-mend have to am:mu:der is the, piratical Imi
tation of It.: BYBartica equally unscrupulous
mid irresponsible.- If an individual or sidnit
withptwee, ln this 'tenor", Imminent,
all.aa ineanter aatiAawardeditY a court of justice for
One offense are collectable, and' it is . soniti sat.
ANnotion to the party 'wronged that the wrong
,aloex is made to suffer: but in most cases the pt
iwilanre nutu.4/..lertne; W4O • cannot raapqnd In
0 4 4 biniftithcilaw , a award; • •
ao litetterattainitanti ifflaara being a ihandard
~ mate; t aarkatablaaviriwliete, and rep el
fog Me value affixed to-it ea tioeurately a
National Bank bill represent. the *moue ex- I
-ynomad Oti IM itice, bits' been extensively. tin-.
;sorrow inA'shaul atticL,Tkeptcprlatora L b ve
-spot - ninny thousand dollars In hunthip. -
Aumtguntinp down Irreepouelble tudlTl4l
mild ijiinkt who Wee' elves - their '132,1MA to this
41Irty wore Theettpart,lesoupe of them at
•inaet-have it. way. of changin gtheir lit:se,
• elninigh they payer phlegm their, &wan&
Irliaa an Iniunetionli hibi upon them In one
part,'Of - Ithe • sountty they sometimes '“ra
isionsento another, and try tie trick again. In
some oases It Li TIOCOOSIArY to kill them two or
"Or three times crrer. Perhups the best thing
ttintietril:*:oonne - nailer these cirounudanoes
is to 'Nay Fa ishinnme : upon all who nee the
illinote t:O.Pulr Puly or dealers whom they can*
trint• In every city, toWn and 'village ltrtho
vow ewe*, awt. _British Amato, this fa
aiciti, Wale," - eiteeititi and - protective medi
cine 132117 be proitored of - reliable men of Muds
- -liel f sit fa . A Wataira ,n , - r.
Aril pole lei/$*14.... hib tLretailit'eery ' Low twee'.
ebt r e lelehaillPttl4 ete* /Meat ifedlennelitexpot,i
Ora' Atarkaaitolat;eareer et the Diamond
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Waannrcertie, April a/566.
Proclamation b) • the President. , Sir. Wilson. fromSENA the Military COlnnettent
reported the bill to equalize bollittlest In a
new form. when it was b
Military Committee , It givee to eeeryroldier
w ssamteroe, April 6, letile In the late war eight and on.thlril Oilers
Some guards or troops called out for (local
• r itOoL•S•TION. per month, minus the amounts alread paid.
1 service are excepted tram the hemedtatif the
REPUBLICAA VICTORY. Wilanse, BY Proclamationa on the 15th and
lath of April, one thousand elaht hundred No money will
,tord out, undar the
sixty-one, the President of the United State., , attoe,ry elelntze attOrney.
HAWLEY ELECTED GOVERNOR. In virtue of the power vested in him by the ! masti c . fr om the MattaleiSeenwartethatittireuti
Constitution and laws, declared that the laws , States, transmitting a commutable a frOta
i far an extension of time for the eons epee
of the United States were opposed and the , the Governor of the State of Alabama, rig
i execution thereof obetreeted in the States of
Both Branches of the Legis- of Certain railroads in that State, will Wee
1 South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, , referred to the Counnittee ou Public
laturc Republican. Misaissippi, ',Detainee aml Texas, by eombl. I Mr. Wilson, from the came Critiftelttee,
nntiona too powertul ➢
to be suppressed by the I reported favorably , a bill to provide stag tind
ammunition for the defence of the inhabitants
ordinary course of judicial proceedinge, or by of Dakotah Territory
Ilsereonn. Cosa „ April 2-2 r v.—ln this the powers vested I n the ilarshala by law; Mr. Sumner offered Ii resoluti on catheif,l3P.
city English is up to the present time one and,
on the Postmaster - General and the SeersitarY
trueness, By another Proclamatio n , made of the Treasury to report to the Oen
enth day of Au % I ate whether. since
_ New Toss., April s—s r a —Forty4slght t ' l ' M the
etr." ;ear, in pursuance of ' gu n , f sons have been e nal De°m t n o b e r itter i tin at gli p tta r l
towns le Cobnecticut have been heard from; act of Congress; approved July, 1901, 1 ties of a fi re InP e ted
Departments and re
they give Bewley, 'Republican," 7,073, anti En- thie inhabitants of Georgia, South Carolina, I ce d es salaries, without taking the oath re.
orth Carolina, Tennessee, alabaMa (pared by law.
gash, (Democrat," 5,063. The above includes Lorri=a Texas, Arkan
ec e . and the remitnign.
I New London, Hartford and Norwich sae, lifirsempi and I Mr. McDougal obj t d
Florida, except the Inhaintente o that part of went over,
Mr Fessenden, from the alliance Coteleite
New , °a . , wet , a a
— Nee ma„,, glens a the Suito of t irginia, lying west of the Alla-
Democratic majority of 1,55 a. gheny mountains, and to such other part pt I tee" reported the Loan Bill without ainend'
m e ,,,h; t oe ,, wyi , the other States before named, as might mains went.
Returns from Hartford , 4 4
Democrat 2491. . tale a local adhesion to the Union and the Con
ti/MI.OED, April 2-9 3U P It —Hewlett, m e _ I etitntiod, as might he from time to time noon-'
publican, will have a majority of from : t or to ' /dad, and controlled by the forms of the Unl
2,fro, in New London county. All but two ten States engaged In the disposition of the
insurgents, where declared to be In a state of
towns gave a Republican gain of over WO over t
insurrection agmeat the United State.; and
the unto for President in 18134. New London '
and Windham count!cs elect five Union ben.. I Wee..., By another proclamation on the
let day of July, 1861, issued in purtniance of an
tors, and gave about 3,300 majority for II.• ley. I
Wait, Prior,in the Eighth District has 519 ma- I not of Congress, approved January 7th, in the
Jnrity. Appleman, Union, In the Seventh Dia- 1 same year, the insurrection wart declared to be
trict, has 301 majority. still sainting in theStateallforesaid, with the
exception of certain speclM4l count'. In the
New Hs vex, April 1-9.10 r, a —At this writ
lug the Republica. hare both branches of the I
II State, of
Leglldature, but the Governor is doubtful a nimas. r'nnother proclamation made
Hawley is believed to be elected. by a few hen- on the 3d day of April, led , In Inftwiance of
tired majority. I the art of Cougreas of July 13th, 1361, the ex
, captions named In the prociamationef August
The Democratic senator in the Eighteenth
District is elected by twenty tenjority cot. 1 15th, talc, were revoked, and the inhabitants
Lucie W. Spracy, Democmt, is elected Mayor ' of the mates of Georgia, North Carolina, South
"(New Eleven. 1 Carolina, Tennessee, Alabam UlSiatia,
1 Tex., Arkansan, Sibirt.ippl. Fl o rid a n nd Vir-
BarriaerOnT, Coxes ., April 9.--The following g ;eh, ~,,,p, the torts . ..eight counties of l tr
is tee vote of this cat v: Hawley, 1,323, Eng- I i inia, known as West Virginia, and the ports
lish, 1,335 There is a Union majority on the 1o f New Orleans, Key Wmteort Royal, and
rest of the ticket. Nathan C. Wheeler, demo- / tv..,. p y anothe, proclamation on the
crest, was elected Representative by ten major- I l ot of Ju Ju
ly, i 862. issued in pursuance of an act
Ity. Union town and city tinkers are elected of congress approved June 7th, acme year, the
by an average majority of 30
lUpwirrection P as declared to be still existing in
New Yoga, April i thrtniehl.-1 p to thin the Staten aforesaid, with the exception of
hour rattans have been received from seven- certain specified imunties In the State of Vie
ty-nine towns and Miles, th ree n es e English girls; and
live hundre4 and thirty-t majority Oyer Wiltrawar, 11) another proclamation, made
Hawley. All the large sides In the State have 1 on the ad of April, 1563, In pursuance of an act
been heard from, and it Is claimed the remain- of Congress of July 13, 14;1, the exoeptlonS
log towns to be heard from mill overcome the sawed In the proclamation of August lit MI,
above majority by from three to four hundred were revokes', and the anhaidtants of the
HARTPOnn, lit , April 3.-12:1 5 A.Si —Han- I States of Georgia, South Carolina,North Caro
ler. majority thus far Is t. 55 Haw ley will [ ilea, Tennessee, Alabama, Loultana, Texas,
probably have from 900 to 1,00 0 majority. I Arkansan, Mississippi, Florida and Virginia,
except the forty-eight counties of Virginia
designated us Western Vii glide, and the ports
2i3U A. M.—lteturns from ell put ten towns of New Orleans, Key West Port fro el end 1
pie Hawley 71X1 majority The ten the es to lleaufOrt, In South Carolina,' were deerared to
hear from will probably increase his majority be in a state of insurrection against the United
, States ; and
The Senate stands fourteen Union to seven Wanness, The lien. of iteprosentatirer, on
Democrats, and the House about fifty Felon I the rid of July, 1861, adopted a resOltitiOn In
I the words foll Owing, 1 le
o ed, ny
en the Room of Itepresentatis es
th e r i V: i n . lt a e r d I.ll.Lite te s, O r al the
LATER FROM EUROPE t o i f res, ' h t e n t tie g p r loralr ' i
• upo s the country ty the disunionist ' ? of the
Southern States, now le revolt against the
Constitu Dona' tioveinment, and in arms
around th e atipltal, t tla Vila National eater- 1
genoy, Congress, Nude Mg all feelings °finer. I
pasaion or resentment, wilt remulect only its
duty to the whole country; that this wai is i
not eager], on our part, In any spirit of oppres• t
alon, nor for any purpose et conquest or eel,. I
jegation, nor for the purpose of overthrowing
m interfering with the rights or established
tnatittitinne of those States, but to maintain
and defend the enprentiityy of the Constitution
_ad to preserve the ride]; 'airirell the digat
ty , eq,,,,,,,!tv ithil rightS of the several Staten
unimpaired, arta 2..nnal Seelig! these Objects
aro accomplished e war ought to exam,.
ITUrdiliAll, The Senate of toe United Staten
on the 25th of July, 18131, adopted a resolution
In the words elmre quoted, and
WIIXIIE•B, Those rasolutionathough not joint
or pen current In fonts, arts grthetantially Pei en- I
ticaf, and as each may bo regattiol'as tlikethe
.expressed the Pens, of Congress open the suti
ject to which they relate, and
Wort..., By my Pruelateatlon of the UM Of
June last, tan insurrection in the State of
Tennessee was declared to have beensap. I
pressed, the Lath. illy of the Untied Stat e.
thereunto to lc undleputed, and suchcoretn United
State, ofticers aa had bee dray saed
to be in the undieput n ed exercise of th i eir lon og c
chat fuoctione, and
Wealtass, There now exists no oriati. ;Mead
firmed resistance of the la tiled musens or
others to theauthority af the ihrited - ibleteet
in the States of Georgia, South Carolina, Vir
ginia, North Casoimut, Tennessee, Alabama,
Louisiana, Arkansas, Mbitilselpiel synd Florida,
and the laws can be Busts
Sa t e therein by proper civil authority', State or
Federal; and the poor. of tile eahl
States are well and loyally disposed- anti
Imre conlbrmeo or will conform in their
legislation to the condition of affairs growin
out of amendments to the constitatlOn ol th e g
United Slates, prohlbiting eleven- within the
Limits and Jurisdiction of the Untied Staten;
Waxes., In view of the before recited
roi,,,=„i. th,thepreNgat - tn:rt:r4tr,.o.l
will has the right q power to go outof or
separate Itself from or be separated frt. the
American Union, and that there re each
State ought to remain and constitute an into.
gnat part of the United States; and
Wanness, The people of the several before
mentioned States, hare in Manner aforesaid
given rotisfactory evidence that they Weal
race in this sovereign and important resolu
tion of the National Union, a?
Wallfmte, It hi believed to be a fundrnep
tal principle of government that people a I
have revolted, and who have been overcome o
and mild ats.l, most either be dealt with so as
to induce titans voluntarily to become friends,
or else they must be held by absolute military
power or devastated so as to Prevent them
from ever again dialng harm as enemies, which
last named policy is sbuorren to humanity
and freedom ; and
WiritnakS, The Constitution of the United
States provide, for constitutional conuntin
ties only, as States and territories, delPeliden
clea or protectorates; and
Wintness, Such constituent States must nem
essarily be, awl by the Constitution and laws
are, nuula Nun/Hand platted On a like tooting, 1
ea to political rights, imumnillek, dignity and '
power with the several States with which they I
are united; and
Wellness, The observance ofa politicalequality as a principal of right and justice is
well calc elated to encourage the people of I
the aforesaid States to be end become more
constant and persevering to their renewed al- I
Winne., Standing armies, military oceu.
patlon, martial law, military tribunals, and
srepension of the 'privilege of the writ of
Eta.. Corpus are, In time of peace 9 danger
ous to public liberty, incompatible with I
individual rights of Citiaatui, (*flinty to the
genius and splrtkof our nee limitlintiOna, end
exhaustive of the national resources, and I
ought not therefore tobe sanctioned or allow
ed, excep t In mimeo( actual necelatthelOr ree
pelting Invest.. suppressing inswerection
or rebellion; and
Wares-se, The policy thee government of
the United States front beginning of tha
Insurrection to Its final inippresaion has been
in conformity wall the prinelvala terein set
forth and enumerated,
Therefore, 1, Andre*. Johnson, President. of
the United States, do hereby proclaim and de
clare, that the Insurrection which heretofore
existed In the Stales of GeOrgla, South enroll
ee. North Carolina, Virginia, Tenneasee, Ala
bama, Louisiana, Arkansas , Illseissippi and
Florida, is at an end, and henceforth to be as
wnereol, i baYe hereunto set
my hand, anti caused the seal Of the United
States f i r be Birthed.
Done e the City of Washington, the second
day o Apra, in the year of oar Lard one
illOusand eight hun.ad and sixtyetx, and
of the Independent:oot the United States of
America, the ninetieth.
By the [
sident.' ASDAZW Jonsson.
WM. EL SZIPARD, Secretary of State.
The I-1. e fo , t-tii Bill.
HEAD CENTRE STEPHEN g ?ARIA.
Relations of Austria and Prpaida.
PREPARATIONS FOR WAR.
The Shenandoah Sold at Auction
New Vona, April 1.--The new illlll.l tdepet.
er City of Aria, Captain liennedy, which hilt
Liveritto6l at noon of the lint and Queen - stowu
on the V.ti nit., arrived here this morning.
Lepeepool. Afinning, iforch list —ln the Home
of Comments Earl Grosvenor gave notice nn
wouldeond Aiding of the.fteferm BM, that lie
move an amendment declaring it expe
dient to discuss the Bill until the blouse hits
before It the entire reform scheme contem
plated by the Government. Sir W. Hyatt alto
give notice of nn amendment to prevent the
billtaklng effect till a provision Is made for
the roszlistrlbutlon of seats.
The Timex says that Lord Stanley second
Grosvenor's amendment, and predicts hut".
pendent support for it, and hopes that for e and
The 3 fornini7 Pb! believes that the amend
ment will prove a death blow to the Minis
he Deity News add &or regard the
one Movement as nothing but Opposition to
reform, and says the Conservatives dare not
move a direct negative to the measure.
A—Paris telegram of the 20tb, to the Dolly
21elegraph, reports on good authority that
Head Centre Stephens bad Just arrived in
Paris, having been to Scotland.
The Corps Legislatlf, after relenting another
Paws, finally adopted the entire address by
The ex-rebel endear Shenandoah wan
at auction for L 16,760.
Douse at gBf, 67e.
Itto Janata°, February .E.—A battle ww,
(ought without decisive result* between the
Argentine and Paraguayan armlen. bleary
beaten on both !dd.,.
Nue lona, April I.—The extra Cunard
steamer Tripoli left Liverpool on the nth for
this port. The following Is a summary of her
In the Ilouseof Commode the Irish &Duro
ey General denied that the Lord lieutenant
had elated ho apprehended a Fenian invasion.
In view of the latest advice, from Jamaica,
the 'fistula Impelled to admit. that frightful
and rinjustillable cruelties were committed,
and that there wpa an abuse of power totally
bed e opleill h e i x n ro c e . or e iMation.
t or ; lar t
missi to arm and drill fTeCr P renan i ed ry
The Pari a s.Peffrfa denies Murtha French Gov
ernmemt tugl consented to extend the period
of the ExtrUltion Treaty with England.
-The Germarfloareals continued to repro
sentAho relations of Austria and Prussia as
yen. threatening. They asserted that Austria
had ordered the ambling of erne handred
thousand troops vonss e
the Bohemian frontier,
and that she bad. sent a circular note to the
powers declaiming all `reeponsibility" flu the
uences Ti me s conflict which may arise.
The London directs attention to the"
critical state of MMus. It says Bismarck
has thrown off hiriMaajr, and the Duchies are
to ho annexed to Prasala.
Preparations for war are progressing on
both aides. In both capitals military councils
are held, generals nominated and plans of
campaign discussed. The funds were depress
ed In the varions European markets by the
The: Spanish,. government had raised the
state of the siege In New Castile. The Russian
Ambassador had quitted Nome.
says that it
has reason to believe th at the telegraphic
news to the effect that sundry declarations of
a reassuring character have been received
from .Berlin, by the Austrian Government, and
that the- apprehensions of War between the
great German powers have been therein re.'
moved, are totally inootrace. The relation s
between the two powers cont inues, on the
contrary very critical.
ARMY REORGANIZATION BILL
Guarantee Mexican Loan
New Year., April I.—The Tribunes Wastungi
ton special says: The House Military .Commtt -
tee have isuitincted General Schenck toreport
to the notate today the bill for the reorganti
gallon of the army. It does not Chaanny¢e the
number of the army from what - Kr. Wiison.e
intrude bill provided for. It authorises the
veteran reserves to be consoLtdated and con
tinued in ten regiments, and all officers hero-
,alter eV - Whited to' that division are to be
wounded voinnteers. It omits the two regi
ments of colored cavalry, reduces the colored
Infantry regiments from ten to eight. It fa
vont =Mere of the line and - in the field, and
does not, as the presentlewit do,. favor °Mere'
on duty at. Washington . and' elsewhere. with
increased pay and perquisites. The pay of
Brigadier Generals on duty in Washington is
each, TS, and forage worth PSC or OMR,
75 per anum in money. It that General
Boos Into the fieldiliegete VOSS tit less. A: bill
now before the Military Committee asking
Increased pay for General's Kelp, Dyer and
Townsend - , of $1,114 per year each, maidng
their pa&a7,4g3 75. It will be repor t ed - upon
B Otave o iltrellaarid - the Piesident are very
determined and positive in their_oppmition
-ZO th e ImPlidat Mahan scheme, Whil e there
is no dithcaltion to bring on any scrimp cam-
Dilesileise With Napoleon, there is a deter
mination toil°, something that :will show to
him that this country will not submit to any
double dealing or doubtful coarse on has part.
For thisrvason the vote will be very decided
in the tiptoe. The action of the Senate will
tie upon Nrspolca- actions after the florae
him given aed hint by the passage
of the measure d e cal body.
The Herald's Washleirteu special says: It Is
now admitted that the guarantee Mexican
loan will pass the. House Of Representatives.
The opponente of the measure concede that
much. It Is understood that &number of the
members will vote tor it for the purpose of
String Napoleon to runlerstamd that thiamin.
tn• Lin earnest fn regard to its endorsement
of the Republic of Realco. Their votes will,
in Boma lnstanoes, be even for that measure
in the hope that with Its pnaen¢o lathe Rouse
Napoleon. will take the hint and withdraw
from that Country. Itisunderstoo4 that after
no passage lathe lover House win he held
in we Senate to lee whether t oe Yrealeh ER/ .
rr w or will take the hint vrithout further action
ent un ditilitotel to been routs to .
to visit lleren ishan t r ir 'lls4WlL Pennlaat" lat Fortress '
moms, She win Ye In company'
with A. iipepheasy... day or two.
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PEACE PROCLAIMED! mu t' " GR E" - FEKT EIESSMN
•al 0 .,
;few lop ofty . lueglielatare.
Titzsiicut; N. J. April 4.—The members of the
Legislature have not yet extliald• Nldtql
arrived here last night.
The town Is tli/Ing up fast with' vtaltona
The Seasterial usaticat le the topic of 3.u.
tercet. Mr r and hie Abrade will het
aecatte. . - Mr. Sacra has Intimated* li ft of____ol4.,
I- Mester aceeptoblutoldhl, not
No ietioe - 'l)os:L:ititta tiSailabs; S
may. itillau'aueutuy Ds Nuede SCAM MIN.
THE Gw GAZETTE
• .---NO. 7: 6.1 • . _ •
Special Dispatch to the Pittsburgh Gazette.
Rsnamatrao, April 2, 1103.
The Senate is not in session to-day.
MILLS 7/ /Lave.
SPesher Rally presented an set to thoorpo.
rate the We Middletown andßallimad Turn.
Pike Company: Which painted.. -
Mr. Ideree au act to extend the time to keep
-open the polls is South Pittabtirab, at borough
Mr. Glass, an act to incorporate tne Incom
bustible Building Association.
Mr. Sturdevant, en set to allow the AGA. tie
and Great-Western RadrOad Compannto build
a branch road.
The Civil Rights' itillt—The reposed
WAIMILNOTOII, April Y.—Senator. Trumbull
does not expect to speak on the veto of the
Civil Rights bill before Thursday. The object
throe take a vote upon It after he speaks, and
Committee which escorted the remains of
the late Senator Foote to Vermont are not ex
pected back before Wednesday. There will
be no vote until they jet
To-dare National ..ptioitcan says: There Is
a report that the Government here has inter
fered, with the proposed celebration by the
coloeed people of Richmond on the anniver
sary of the fall of that city on the third In
stant. We have the best authority for saying
that neither the Preirldent nor the General
Govern ment has interfered In the Matter in
any way. The subject Is entirely within the
control of GeneraLTorry, whets a man of safe
roan being on thir grolind imows
but what in the premise*. Ile is author
wen° act prudently In the event Of any my.
notiessary or Illegal disturbanCes of the pease
on either elde... • • ,
The business first in order being a call for
States, and bills and joint resolutions, Mr.
Ws:inborn introduced a bill to provldeforoom
tinning in service the acting medical officers
of the navy, and to supply vimanates
regular list which was read twice and infer
red to the Committee on Naval Affairs.
Mr. Hasson introduced a Joint reioluilon
allowing a limited time for perianth:lt-Par
requiring atqmps to be atithed thereto,
WAD read twice
on Ways and Means.
Ono inferred to the Committee
Mr. sbellabarger introduced a bill to docilre
and protect all the privileges and Immunities
of citizens of the United Sustes,in the serbild
States, which was read twice and referred to•I
the Committee on the Judiciary.
Denny, of Washington Tikritory, Mum
dared ea bill In relation to the Cbarts of trailh-
Dayton Territory which will read twice and
referred to the J Odle/airy Committee. AlSo„la
bill to aid In the conatrarthimbf &relief:sad and
telegraph line, from Pesetas Sound, in Wash
ington Territory, to the Columbia river, *bleb
was read tw.es and referred tq the Cortaminide
on the Pectic raiLroad.
Mr. Hays of Ohio, introduced a tallith Orb ' .
vide for the payment of ttip 11th CitiltintUtti
regiment of volunteer militia, trips the tugs
of Oa service In the United Sta s; during
Le% which was read twice and referred
11,1rehei7X41,407c1:1111harilVri, tr4f teed •b
to Mai/ IM the selection and location dr.
min lanee granted to the State of California
by the United States, which we referred I:0
um Committee on
In Public Land*
Mr. Niblask, Introduce) a hilt cooferril
the franking privilege on express of the U
ted States, which was read twice and-referred
to the Post office Committee. •
The resolutions introduced by Mx. Rogerras,, i
of New Jersey, this day fortnight, and debst
teat Monday, to relation to the United Stake ,
securities, Sc,, came up as the next business
Mr. ?nee moved their reference to the you*
mattes of Waya end Mean*
Mr. Rogers modified the last resolution int
the seriesby adding the words "that all gar.
ere men[ securities heretofore issued ansdi
bear their fair share of taxation! ,
The resolutions were referred to the lbw.
mines on Ways end Means.
Tie next business being the call of the States
for resolutions, Mr. Ward, at NeW Tork, tat.
feral the following resolutions
Wenazaa, Tide Rouse on a previous °cm
slOn instructed the
on Military al.f.
fairs to report a toil equalising the bomities
of soldiers and sailors ; and
Waxasis, immediate action by Congress fir •
demanded by many of th ese soldiers and mita
ors, and the widows and orphans of those who
gr o n talakt o qg th e Paid, In the hospital*
Pr Pella i rou4.
Waaanss, Tam amnion of lion refs Is tar
spent and no anthem action has yet been had
on the subject; therefore
Revoked, That the Committee on Minter,
Araire have liberty to report by bill or other
wise, upon the subject at any time.
lichenck, Chairman orthsCommitteo 00
Military . 4l2ldys, astapited the Mitisty of that
Vornitilitee 4 1 .jsdeid proPitur qt to, mil
but stated that it was easier for falutuldere
consider it la all Its lights, than for a mum t.
tee to perfect a measure *hien would molds
liberally for tlle soldiers, mud at the sainatline
take care of the interest of the country. The
matter but been referred to a sub-mmuulteee,•-
ra4 sou joereirwl to report mama It, but Mr.
4 . U. especy had it 11 1 -cltripli
was filisenti oh eccOltoo tillerle ,
ccaineatioat in. sada% '
would ureter to wait Until Ms return •
any bill was reported.
The reaolution was adopted.
The following resolution offered by Mr. Pike,
March Mb, which then went over under the
fhle, cuss e UP next in order: Whereas the Go,
moors of level%) *or • tbe 11114 1111 ._ F r qu'thuse
have publicly warned Otir usaptg 146tatg •or
the fishing ground." adjacent to th eft coasts,
and have Gum Indicated a design tormiew th e
unreasonable claims made by them prier to
tile Reciprocity treaty, and to promote peace
That toe bean - Mary of the Navy be
requested to bend a initlinenthaVallorre to the
fishing grounds to protect our eltiacus in the
enjoyment of their rights de recognised by
the treaty of 170 s.
Mr. Morrill smagestae .. that there wa.l some I
qoestion as to whether the rights referred to.
were MoOkulsed runlet troatf of 1, or
moor subsequent treaties,
Mr. Pike, untog an taut suggeetioo
Ilea the resolution by adding the wor d , "and
hy subsequent trestle..
On motion of Mr. Raymond, the resolution
was referred to the Committee on Foreign Ar
rears, with leave to report at any time.
Us. gemmed °Cared the following :
ResefieilaßY 001 0 411 e of ItePritspal•*4. tte
Senate concurring, that a commosmoil Cd ' Are
persons be appointed by the Prealelent of the
United States, to consider and report to Con
gress at Its next session on the necessity of
some more rapid, cheap and reliable means
easebtween the Western States
and, the Atlantic aboard, and submit some
pine either b
can iny law or treat
a tchereby the Na
tional Government - gravitilnq Int
such necessity, it it shall found toemit;
provided, that said Commission shall receive
g expenses as they may actually Mom In
discharging the duties Imossed Upon them by
The resolution went area to 0 future fait.
del iite resolution.. 1f Mr. Davila, of New , Tank,
offered all the loth of January last, an 4 which
then went over under the rule, came up as
the next business In order. The resolution
declares that this Dons* theristlea the moat
entireeonildence in the pa triotism and ability
of the President of the United. States, and in
his desire rounders the Union on the banter
permanent prosperity and peace, and that
this House is pledged to support the policy
Inaugurated by him on the mode authoriSed
by the Constitution and consistent with the
security or IteVubilcan institutiqns.
Mr. Davis inquired how muidittme was left
before the expiration of the morning hour.
Mr. Schenck suggested in an undertone that
he might have ten hours If he could prove
what he set Rath- He replied that the morn
ing hoar would expire in tan minute', but that .
the debate might continue, unless some mem
ber would move to go to the Mimes* on the
maMker. Avoiding gave notice that he would
Mr. Davis yielded the door to Mr. Raymond
who expressed his supposition that the rem.
lotion would not, under existing cirtmnistan
ces, pass tbe. House by a unsalmons votewith
ont dt least some elleemerkoto_. - rDertstve laugh
tar). He felt desirous elan acted upon to
have It named,, and by a.vote sit, nearly mien.
hams as•CouldbeCommandedfarta anoint
opinion., wee . Ant . his- Didgment,ess
other matters, •tratli was more
likely to he resealed tala •dlacussion.
provided that dismission was frank,
manly ane fair, grounded rfrat . — lliteme
and palate instead of On Oralumelland
opinion. He did• not know the
Houss WILL prepared to enter on the Wants.
non in that.lll.. He, thetefore, hoped that
the discussion would not be entered , upon
now. Relied no intention to enter upon:, it
himself, =left rieceed Lode so, in order
to prevent a snap judgment Ow thsoubject,
All that heasatredwaettehaVerentmderstanti
ing on the or Diagonal - that the tesoln.
ORO should - gag - be acted on new, and that
whenever ealletinp. 'nen_ kgfinsyciort Might
desire to &peak upon it amnia nave the op
portunity to d om . .
Mr. Paine, of Wi sconainrstated that that
tout t sorer esteexedudet4mano
timi to la t he me esoltitlon 'on the table, be
would not agree to it.
Mr. Raymond replied that he certainly
should have It laid on die table the moment it
was called up. He desired' Lb 'say something
in reference to It and in reference to his own
relations to .the subject. The resolution, he
Bald, Purposes to declare the confluence of the
House in the integrity and patriotism of the
Preeldent of ths United States,
enda in the
of thp_polley ith which roosed
to resters the Union t omime and order. Un
der • aril hurry circumstances' this resolution
would he simply a matter of course. This
House contains a very large msjorlty of
Union men. -
Here the Speaker atinooneed the expiration
of the morning hour, and that It was the duty
of the Canr to call op the special order for
the day—the Army bifi. • -
Mr. behenek, In consequence of the absence
of his colleague on the Committee, (Mr.
Rhune . moved that the MU be postponed
until, the ilth'of April, and Mit in the 01
time the b.O with the amendments
by the Committee, heprintedjwithextrs
IC wits e 0 °rented.
Mr. Lehi. Amu the Conthoikee on Pirtaiiig,
reported back the mammal of J. o.lthimedY.
dated December 12th, 1306 with *reqiieet that
the Committee be diathermia from ite !Norther
anundemtion.• He explained at length - the
disagreement bet Ween the Seerstory..or the
interior and - .the 'A.:amanita Simerintendent,
to. gave rise to the action that was agreed
Air. Oritineli Offered *resolution instructing
the Committee on Printing to report what ro
' forms u any, are tieentodjn, tne purchase of
ande Ordering of Woke,' doeumenta;
NM,other mattenifitinted at the Pedalo
ehrqc,DE'lhatltlanagentent'of i f
Pr Oillee, the toollectionand we Of wade
e7r it l i AnW ert di llta tqcFPOlllenetil4 .
whether. there yralisdiP
:reeoluturrt on any
=innneeted With the Menotti= Dant-
Meek OTwith - theogOremaeOr hale offia7,
ur. tirtruirit 1%1411113g
9 1 rughttbs..1urus - juouta,:b,
duties ma sueguasocoonno Of MISS
dent of public printing, Involving an annual, Miry AND su NDRE n aer
Bank of Pittaburgli,
exnentlitoresof over two millions of dollare,
in our adeartislng column. will be pc,
the government with guar of a most niggard
tY action In paying hfm such a smell salary. Trial of Pete, gieheodergyf or st o p, 1 notice of a change In the officers of this
Mr. Randall. of Penneylvanie opposed time Comer or Orme AND TellYnran-31rondog, , and well-km:7SM Institution wbich well e
elerd 2-Before Judges resolution, and hoped the inquiry would be
Stowe an t i , Brown, serves a Passing notice. John Graham', Esti
condneted, not with a view to whitew.hing,
became the people thought tbere w. seine- Tho case of the COMmonsi'ealthsp a , p e t er 1 for many Years past its Presidnt. has relit en
for trial. 1 1. ,, , ,,
thing wrong In the management of the public Lteelisit.log,, charged with rape, on Oath of I frote
m thet e mt r , d al o t r isa i r
Tbe detailsnar thten'eneX laniaviendEr
Tbe resolution was adopted.
, Ita well.known CL a ttle7; hart been prom
Tbe next business in order yr. the ...la- Pule Jelled . fully tee their nature wourd per- i Meted to the Presuleny. Mr. Williani Ros
ler.Rose. °tiered by Mr. McCulloch. on the ISO of Mt The proseentrix Is a little girl, about I burg takes Mr. Harper's pls. me Cashier, and
March, which then went over under the rules, twelve years of age, dattgliterOt John J. Zan. ; 51r. nettert Si.. ( , 'net becomes Aeestant Cash.
that the Secretary of War be requested to fur. , merman, a t.erman, reakient at
rush the Hoe. with a list of the °fam es , vet. Park, near Lawreneey Ille. The defendant Is Mr. Graham due been Director and Prose.
tuateere and regniare, employed in the Quer- , a Medium steed, mumerlar The
about thirty dent of this bank since la`
in very long con
termaster-General'e Department in thin city ; 1 veers of agealiti resides With leis family at I Unman service& one position and we fancy
also their rank, the particular duties perform. I Lawrencevill e . The alleged offense was corn. , there man be few, limy, in Petineylvanin who
ed by them and the numbe r of m er l in serv i ng I mote,' in a new unoccupied building In the ;• can show a similar record. We are em
Meech bureau under them. Also, by what hollow between the Park and the Penney - ' that no one can show a better one.
/entire the Secretary of War holds the Coreo. rm . la Railroad on Monday the mith of Februe. , Mr. Harper entered the bank In 1832-thirty
rarrert building, what amount of rent is paid r 3
last, about one oc oe n the afternoon. I four years ago, was Its third cashier, and le
for SL per annum, and If at less ripen. an The prisoner was arraigned under the same ; It, sixth President He succeedeu the es_
teinaliy cOnintodions and suitable buildin g for Mon which governs In homicide cases, and ,
Jo ng s ith Cashier, who gave
the headquarter. of the Quartermaster-Gen- plead not guilty Considerable time wee so- I about es long a service to the bank, in that
end cannot be procured, and thereby a large copied in getting a Jure the venire havieg m erecity, as Mr Graham hem done in Its , Prea
saving to the (mounter. be, mode . hem exhausted by elialfenges, and five talea- I ency, mer that Olt Harper bee succeeded to o
On motion of Mr . Washburne the resolutio n men were called, out of which to complete el the hest -know n 'anti most experienced bank
ulcers in Pittsbn I I
was amended by adding to it an enquiry timeJerY- _
tt John Co i. , or i laving prOVed him-
et any moment . . had been taken to eon- Messrs, Wm. el aloffe and John tee leap- .lt eminently
to fill the leare of Mr.
whetherhe Corcoran ere building. pear. as conned for the defendant, anti Snyder, we have no doubt he will
Tee resolution as imeneltel wan adoptee Alessrs. I. H. Collier, S. Sehoyer, Jr., anti Dis- ; mei equany worth y to t in ei r ti rn h ame , nom .
Mr. Hubbard, of New York, offered u resew. [Net Attorney Duff for the prosecution. , Don- Hie /mtg. experience as a banker would
Leon, which wee adopted, lust ructing the Cow- 11r. Scheyer opened the case on behalf of the , alone fit him for such a place; but as ho ds
to:elocution, and recited briefly the Meta I iel this rare ability arquirementa maya
mitt+. of Ways and Menne to enquire, Into the I
gptedienvy of previding by tow some means widget the and
w° expected to prove, tonsinees man and a financier, the bank
thorouably at to a ear the ma s n e t b ly e t i o w i
y e :anomie
of which the holders of bombe of The United namely-that the child wee) met by the defen- be considered fortunate in having tue offieer ao
ant i ,l h t
States heretofore isseed, may revel. their dant, on the road while on her way from
payment In ease of their loss by robbery. or school, at nom . , and Wtta offered fifty oente If I
alio would at idle the se ay to Dr. F.wing's I
Mr mlll, of Indiana, gave notice of a joint house ; that abe started with him for this put- the oldest banks in Western PontotylVania,
resolution torseend theICOMitUUM, by basing ' pose, was enticed into the new bendier anti- haVing been chartered just after the close of
representation on the number of voter. I to, dragged up stews by the arm, and for- the last war with Great ei-itaire and la now
s od y outraged
the only State Bank tn tbe malt, all the rest
...._.__„_____ I The little girl was first called to the stand, having 'tempted charter under the National
William Ilkina, whose eueeessors were re
Statement of ge,,,,p,, i ti th e xi .1g i but after she had answered a few preliminary thinking hyaline. Its first President ...Ho n
litotes Barrier and their Buster Put- , questiom she Was overcome yeeth entotlOn, I
Diagateh flaw opm. Rascers-s a ..... I wept bitterly, and was enable to pro:weal. epeetively John Darmh, John MeDenale,
Denny and John Graham Its neat cashier
o r tn e m a nn a ,. a , a... n .. 1 ., vaua a i a I Dr, Venn, the attending phytrielan, was then
called, and testified to the condition in which was Alexander Job neton, teed to him Joshua
W.teniaoTON, aprll ar-A oonateunication he found the child. Her condition was such l t . Snder succeeded it pieties its upole al
front the War Department dated troops h, that no doubt whatever existed In bin mind ea wadr Illalleg elleilltalued ePeele Payments.
Oates that the number of volunteer In
ebb arme on the oth ' of January was, white, to the fact that the offense had been commit- Ittee proueety no bank ever more thoroughly
I red, and that great violence had been teed. 0, 0 0 3'1i the general cOnfid ence. it. well
-57,590i colored, 65,708, or an _ l eggreirs4e oleet- After the doctor's teenier:sty had been re_ earned reputation, we leei sure, will be vignr•
35ti. There were In service March eltn, whites , solved the Court took a recese until two of maintained by the new officer. into
.17,171; colored, sti,sts, or an aggregate of 03 ,ifi15.
tele:me bands it has now passed
u'elook, when Ameliad t h e Ziminerman was re -call
nun showing there have been mustered out ed, d et
of service since January 9tb, whites, 30,41 e; the horrible outrage . She folly identified the
eelored 25,942, an aggregate of 5 , 3,371. Ordered Prisoner
i tit t d gave her t7stimony with eons, ore Alderman Stralii„
I tO be mustered out since March 10th, whites,
fil m ;. n e" . "„'"1, Id s
eat Morgan instituted an action for for
/0,10; cohered than, total 1a703. Total rodeo- 1 r en o e L o e t .,, i t ,: d I, 3 , 3 ' h i r r t t t i- h n e th r and ma iu m - Rs 'C o e . eible entty nee eat John Hughes, lite owner
Sion made and ordered Once Janu.ary 9th, I byetical condition end wee titustaLtied by sa n e r . of a house in the Fifth warn, which
whites, 70,525 colored, 35541; aggregate, 76,074. ?meal other settnesse's to the 11 1 fit In the plaintiff rants from him. Ifughes rented
The mestere out ordered will be mostly conc. the case • Sr Kuhn " and ono t a w t O r i a t l he;:wit- the house to another tenant, who wanted to
pleted by May let. The work will be well ad-
te, ,, tin dso h ' i
pg " th no , more into it, but oan Was not really to
veneer!. by April 10th , and there will then be i n con ;
Jetta servlcel7,oas white volunteers and 30,- p y with e
th: v lntle aa glr a l or: a th a re a cl ' ay - or Move, and had put t eeired another house.
the altered outrage. Oefendaet held to bat? for his appearanee at
9 1.70010 re d; total, 47.P8
Court The same party also Wrought suit
Peter Zimmennan, an uncie or the pumeeett
it le Dreyer tO add that the 1,71,11 regiment,
Pelted plates Infantry bas been ordered to
Texas and upon Its arrival, Ida).-Gen, Sheri
den has been instreeted to muster out all ad- trlx, testified teat he was pt.
gat ti at the house against Henry Bailey, one of the parties who
of the defendant when he was arre t dHu the "ended $ q her In ills a ttempt to oust him,
evening of the day of the
hint venture, in the pre.c ou n trag ... ,4„L e a e n . d .
tutloaal whlte volneteers le thet Department w h o look Dim into egateety "Flew did She find
now 3in the serviee_ there that he can out my name „o „m in i. '
Tog conteeeplated reduction will befor a like onense, charging: hint with tearing
out a window valued at 9 70. Held to mower .
John Snyder, of the Seventh wars, corn
-1 plained of Joseph Manly, for forcible entre.
In reference to the identity f theu I on . , The offense " insis ted In the warn,
thr. ` r iiie
additional to that referred to In the above , the girl testified that he woe: a brtra r d- a bn e m r - i Prosecutor ' s goods out upon an opcm lot Hein
i med lrt, ' an I had moustache and Whiskers ' to aannrer
dry Department has received I,lle- , A little boy named Kuhn tee thr. . Chart. Mahony broeght milt egalust John
patch here Commodore Rogers and subsoil. I third' ware a broad-brimmed hat, blue blouse lichen- 1 Thomas, for surety,wito he alleges threatened
ere Comm h Vanderbilt, Powhattan and and Wee dhel s e ,„' „.,,,,h,, t a ,'
oncet hie eeert ant" Held for his appear
_Monadnock, announcing their arrival at a n ti pants, ith a ----- - I t COtirt.
Devalue, Chill. The dangers of the trip are --
Mar in Far an omnibus driver, complain-
J. W. Riddell, Esq., et . caned for the mete- t '
said Lobe ended. the remainder being plain 1 cution, to that the iiirl recognized ed easiest Neat Cabore, baggage agent, for
vti m lge , g re 4 dl ee e
0pq0n.,17, nihotli,enT.oni,.. I sebendorte P rove the greed Jury room, alegling I assault and battery.. Ilealleges the defendant
I observed in tue South Pa n nier Mug se m tile . hin . e d n: . fr a e d m m p t party of six:but the Court de- 1 t k i i n e . ked fr ee . at nas a . b .a stel him without preemie
monitor took very little water, rising over Lite I un
n Mr Scheyer stateelt%ittitnifieYLomenenwealth
easily and beady -amity. Commander
urges had one or two other witnesses to examine, N hbl as
h I qua es
~taren Landlord. and Ten
min..' mot , ; but as the • were not present he °eked to ;
run In Tn n enty-four hours, at seventymne ,
court tea °urn as It nos near the hour o f •
knots, the greaten Ilintance made In One I mourement '
Tee Aldermen's officee were literally be-
beteg ono hundred and ninety-11 ve k mite, file , Judge stop,- re test t llet to ,. .tieged yesterday by landlords and tenanta,
least (Atalanta Moultrie one day heeng nun bun- ; eo ie e m te st te e ,rimee' s "e n d' t o the former appealing for Berne lent law locom I
dred and fourteen knots . The machinery has ; ~. m.. Go 4 i r
re a m mte %%v4 Old or order a"
a n ed
pei the Latter to
their prevaleas ea as to
onle teeeption being
thl &V i tlVeloeV a r Y. 4ln the Me th tat, the con- ; rile career. 1 all i ri i now termite to enter, and tbe latter Ine
donaetOrthe starboard engine got out oforder, I Mr Motet opened the rale brletly for the de- 'Mtaittn c y e E t tli t i h t:
tibOr. feorreitAreeJecretArdwat Lilly
wbieb-was temporarily repaired by- morning. (o nes, alleging that there etas no intention or of houses and the emPusons cents asked, are
Dining the night the ship was kept on her purpose to deny that a Meat inhuman outrege working great haellsbitt to teuante, Many of
emerge, Making five and a hailknom per , hour, had bee. perpetrated on the person of the whom are el titer setable to r
Ir, lth the Dort engine making about sixty rev- prosecuting witnese, but he wee there to deny houses qt any price, or tenable to
t/batons per minute, and foretell and t° call and prove that the prisoner at the her was i ballet rents de nd As on
h ma ed. a f eminence,
set, the wins neing dull aft The passage rt I agent . in he , that eei fe n9k I
;through Magellan Straits and Sorimento Lehmeeld'altbat Date, aybrety itgteettu a l toeproara: e t iOnstir a tto-rhenillo tre n y n n o o l w d n oteupy ItZi
:Channel to the Gulf of Dines bee presented where the defendant was, at t a the time the out- having paid up their rents the law Protects
lei cult Chloe w ere not easily ores. I rag. wes perpetrated, and that be
was dressed them from Merriment for a period of fled dayle
, T. ol r - . , ..Lisffiruldtautavirt,i4zmig.,
e at ga o r f m i
m•luitiy,,,,ijabrAr,oert..titrae.4l)ll.eren.t. f p r m ont tulattaito.des- un e tll m the . Ir. I c anyHOrlls m e e ln . iixtiotvu.tee. IWO-
I tilt 4 thoir
the ressel,wonld give trout., but le pram lee I Frank Pfar testified thrutihae boarded with e p e re ges to compel
anis .Nu ees suite for forcible ems's*,
kw found none whatever ."
rehentlerff, and wag with bleu On the Pith of surety of the peace, de., hare grown out or
February last. The prisoner Was a brinklayer, these aquahttitati, awl the magistrates are kept
"rote new oeleftee-Aeeeeeleasi ete Lem._ Fe b
on the day St at e4l came home tohis din, pretty nosy 1¢ settling the points m dispnte,
I Southern Enure.. giabbes7 ~ o.eseyi... new at eft.. or twenty minutes past twelve and In witnintatering equal and exact Justice
shiner. fur livening the Bissinnilpvi. o'elordi Wslied for hint mall be ate hlsmite to all applicants for Da epecille but costly rem.
,Zinn't,,,,unt.ndi-r-417:: A. tn ri t l 2- ' - ,. T1 .,,,T h " 4 , rn . n 0 ° J0‘,17, hentl° I .11:411Vile emrrementtnViumaX:solnt a V.l'lenm°"' ed 4".
= i slet: , Mi d eis i tk.,,,,,Z i t,7 - 44 -- e m . mitio d 11161, 11, Meg black cent and dark punt& On
ftleulasaine meet. , They condemn Ccrener .iTremn;it7rtfnms'enVokf'atitnelt,eaet.nt:tl. L'itjhebtjulnot
ter for falling to peal, the ~..1..,1 Go,-
I talked the matt.•r over tl . hat I
-.Amor . Wells for Interfering. Tie case hoe , me , w he was to
testtly to, but on being presa he admitted
clamed cemelderable excitement
' that the lf UPS I inn Of time hal alme- l,etetsest
Rester Sunday iras celebrated well
, *eh les enter, the rhe nt The (Menge& He
"veil° iullig° ..., i ' a .,,,,,, h ve bee " mnderene,,,e" U elltekladeserter-ie merle' otigittarkenmelon-that
4,lllith3nlitr -- --. --- ' r- Seltendorff recited home at a few Mout
ISM:IB7S"e se robber has not yet been I ' twelve, 4 h , el ,
rt . nd t at pimp e. nothing Una
( breveted. The pollee offieere have iteen
arreated for making false Imprisonment. i „IP inth,letiOen:ir .e nn ", e ': .
I II Tnescla
The Board of Commtemnoners sitting, Ire I„"r n .. n re n nt ~,Hloclx Y
considering Angawees patent for closing tee ; '''
crevasses and Opening the ailasissippi river
1 .1",,,tri"g 1. :c • r.,, ,4 , 1 , r 0 ;igh00t. 1/Als
a. 0 cane end (mere 4 prrtroislog• i rel.
nations for earn planteng are native.
The upper revers are flooded and Craton Is
e city is crowded by many emigrants to
Lana asalattea to t.aYlrornta—Esutaraole
ASTI vadat Few 'York— Woasett's alights
New Yoax, April 2 ..—s•dispatet, from New
Orleans reports that the oeleers of the brig
Ilerbysaw OR Cape Cortien tee, United States
of Cohimlipa, a screw spean,cr of plgl,t kith
tired toils under easy steam, flying the Chll lan
fr Tie Land Omen hes assigned to the State of
California, under the act of 1041, thou
and acres of land in It it mbohlt cou nt , which
la one of the finest sirricalturni seetlerus In
thw a t tg n i ilt : ?r,:faiglgrants t A.rrtzep euw t.
York, LOA - fdassachusetts, Llfft l it i nuay I WM
1,M,1 Ohio, 7ffli Wisconsin, MO; Missouri, ILI;
WM, trelied for a_natimial Woman's Rights
oonrelittan in Neu - York on the bibof May
next, to consider the question of suffrage and
The Atlantic Cable—congress and the
Ii tw Yost, April ;_The latest represents,
Dona coneerulng the Atlantis °sole Bay, on
the authority of eminent scientific persons,
that the submerged 'wire lent the preSynt time
more perfect as to mulattos than the day It
vraillngton, Decial to the .dirpress nays:
Theliepubllcan iLleal leaden. have resolved
Prlrate/9 tO tie thtthands or the Presldent, if
possible,' by sitting until December, when
Congress will reassemble under-the COWiti•
Al, L. Tales on Parole.
Sow Mee, 'April 2—The Savannah liercad
of the 24th, announces the arrival of Hon.
L. rule°. late prlsoner In. Fort Pulaski, hav
ing been paroled by orator of the War Depart
ment to visit his home in Florida. Re in re
atilred to reportat !clot once a Month to the
The Noell extradition ease came up baron;
the commissioner to-day.
Debate on Civil Ribble Bill.
Piesapreerolt, April 2.—Tlie Senate galleries
are c lenselgorowilea ! Da l y In anticipatio the
the debate On Pritafdent Jotuuou , s vet* of
Civil Ittglita bill, bat It in eabl that the eubjeet
n9F 1, 1 cialp4 aP tint i wrodnesgar.
. . .
COtlogi Pacied tetra.
Cstao, April 2.—One - thousand art hundred
sad 11 41 , baled.of °man pEulead for Cincinnati,
last wealr,l4o Web far 13t. - Lonte,ll2ls 'La les for
Zwansville, WO bales for New Albany, and Us
Wag for Myr 9tleado;
• Zleation italtlagrton. Ohio.
D.artos, Ocket Is
elected Ilytbrea Irtmdrett majority, except the
who Mob:toted b II
Maar Yoe:, April 2 —The Meaner eventh
Bier; from New' Orlesthr o via Hating on the
20th, has arrived. No news.
Latter. reolts.anavrein—Terrtge Tornailv
Jostown —lila% Milli, Wind,
sott , Snisaltinto at
Hui oanalltittitp—rirowth nail /Prospects
or Jahrialtewn Catobria Iron
JOIMUTOWN, Pa. April Snd,
On Saturday evening at quarter before ins
ar t o f tOruado mimed over the
hue. Southern part of this place, known as Keno-
It. Was about r att l y yards in width, and
itaept.evetythhig hi its 00112se, Whitt MIS
In a south esaterir direction. house on the
filbert estate, In tile sur:Ube, barely onimped,
but the barn WllB <taught and unroofed and the
whole structure was moved, about three feet
from the foundation—trees, white oak, Mak:
cry, du., were twisted otr at an elevation of
Nome tWenty feet from the ground. In fart,
ten Its rYttibila Is its course was made subservient
ravaging power. Terough the courtesy
of fdr. John Mtge, livery man, we were ena
bled to trac Its course for some' istance, but
failed to s e csrtain whether any Ursa were
lost or hot: Reports were In circulatien here
yesterday that* house,teme distance above
town was ecru& by lightning and burnt, bet
I think It improbable,
tWt The stOrMeenslmenced with a thunder and
NUM, and hi the 'ablate( it the sun came
out, and!thte htirrleauctrie roaring through
the timber tHitible (row the main part or the
town, but whlblt. It looked like an Inverted
intunnel, Mid /ratiexl and dipped at times, clear
gpiiilOri the. east Mile of Motley- Creek
• -Wbllet creasing the creek It see m
od ta/ka Itoxneato quantities of , water.
Hundwida Of people visited the locality
terday many carrytnif home at:dieters or ilia
twist iraatat curiosities. this instance
the adngili that "if March cornea In like
lamb itsitu gO oat , like a lion," has Indeed
been sallied. It not only,
.Went out like a
lion beta, brit a “roarltign, one, literall
la su y.
T ri llegowth of this plaoaht the last fewymun
rprising audit premises to become.
the' years; a second l'lttcburgh fn. point
weamo;-:.z,The rapacity of the Cantbria iron
Wotaat.unaarta9 *wailful Among. tletatiC of
lfeldirs.:Wooklderrell , netormot Tem/
PtitalShtifta IS a , rouitter,of hlstory: --These
sotusheeeme a groat - source of wealth; MU citify
to ttie-Oompaoy trot 'as, 15 to tkito-whole conTinnlitty,-
'-1,:d0130t thktWOrks smulqdhartimprOve•
Ini ostaatotaktialiaobiaatatorate atilt the logos
or pDpata . Will Calumets ao lajthing to '
110n/11:Fti al 4 411 .4Well , Zroll perVltt:7
i• Zee tiriaaselsits.,—The Under m
1". it a .lO and % lotee ow ; a tale of the author of
"Bury Powell." NYork: M. W. Dodd."
IThe reader. of the "Ilousehold of Mr Thom.
to. More" and the "Malden nod Married Life of
Mary Powell," will need no recommendation
from US to induce them to get this - l.cl booh, by
the some author, a B. They w I IA
Jure to like it. it 1e noa two lorndred years
since the Great Magee devastated London.
The hook, therefore deal. with the far past;
but the author has shown a rare 'acuity for
adaptation to the times written Of, and the
reader is at once transported frog the pros.
ent to the post the moment 'he sits down to
these tinge - , eCherry d Yuilet," we under
stand (rota ti,, publlaher, Is the fleet of a uni
form series of the works of the same author.
For sale by Darla, Clarke & ood street.
lineess to flAietall. A story C0.,0f English Do
' meant: life. By Edmund Yates, Boston: Lo
Mr. Yates' name is tioulowitat new to
ian l'orkalers, hot Itmust soon be better known. Is the and
thisTple Bar," a London
monthly, and tine novel has vaulted to a
front rank among English novelists. It Is al
ready having a great nut on tills side of the
water, and is fully deserving of the great pop.
ulanty Into which it Is growing. The LAinden
Atheneum says MI is u fro rate DOPoie . and
MO "a better work of fibtlon" has not, lately
been published: It le by ho means akin to
t •Tamleg the Shrew," but young /edits who in- I
dUlge In rose.colored dreams of future mar-
rled life may learn from it how rough a Job It
is to get broken In to the harness of hilt,*
For mile by Henry Miner, next door to . Post.
Mrs. Wood Is a popular authoress, and we
wish she really deserved that popularity.
"St. Martin's Eve" is about on a par with her
other numerous or numberless efforts—sense.
llonel, light and empty, tint readable, and to
many tastes attractive. e confess to being
one of those who =mot ir e attracted bY sop
works as hers ; but "many men of many
minds." and we do not Fake to these who
admire her the pleasure t y derlvelrOrn
the permal tida new wrk others.
For sale by Henry Miner, next door to the
The dromitaville Turnpike Mond Case.
John hi. Kirkpatrick, Esq., counsel for thd
defendants in the case of the Commonwealth
vs. The Directors of
, Brownsville Macademisea the
Turnpßirta i lnglaarn
ke Road, on
Saturday BUM in the Codrt of Quarter SeseinnA,
made a motion to quash the indictment, and
on Monday morning, at the opening ! of Court,
before Jbdges Stowe and Brown, he called till
the motion to quash, fur the reasons filed by
him. In urging. this disposition of the case
upon the Court., Mr. Kirkpatrick claimed that
unless passed up tr i al w, two, the vend might be
consumed In the and at the end it might.
"be v d e ls in. cov n e t rea .
an th p a u t rpce a I the
n orm .
as a mattatorlaw,:the wh oleqsroreedings fa
the case, including the indictment, were ille
gal and Irregular, sihd that this could be man
ifest upon investigation. Be submittsid
opinion of Judge Agnew, of the Supreme
Court, recently delivered, which he claimed
was conclusive of the'ease.
Judge Stowe looked over the indictment
and the opitdon of.Jusige Ages*, and whilst
he would not say certainly that the motion to
quash waa 'well taken—vet he wsurdesirous
that the question should be argued beforethe
court in Bana. It. would be tmeleas to takislip
the time of the court in determining matters
of fact, whilst the law applying those facia
stood in the:way of alegal minter conviction.
,Efe therefore directed the cause to be contm
ned until the Anne terms and the motion of
defendants! counsel to quash with the reasons
were placed upon the lieune•Argualont'Ustr
to be disposed of by rt - luir bench.
The case went over accordingly.
k call ter a meeting of housekeepers had
been made a few days before the Anted April,
and we think tt a very Important, one to all
interested In moving or Setting themselves to
housekeeping. Prices are coming down, gojd
is quoted atiWiand the geentquery is whotlfer
goods shduld be bought at present or not, as a
crisis le expected and goods may be ben gal
ere long at fifty por cent. less. Mee meetlcA
was held reterdoye. and Yrelfere
to see sue a crow, There we saw the moth.
orgy -looking lady, the bewttching girl, and the
thoughtful elderly womdn. was bald
Fedeml street, Allegheny, at the hOr,
fishing goods' More of Mr. thsorge Htibly.
Attracted by the crowd we entered and heard.
a great deal of oonsultatlon,and no resolution
was passed but one, and it was , tie follows,—
That the house-furnishing goods store of Gee
IV. Hubly Contains all thourticlesthata'house
keeper eau desire; being atippliell Wit/ranch a
great vartety of goods which cannot be MM.
Dictated, if twocolunnut elf adewspaper.WOU
be attheh , dispollal, and theprieee were f o u nd
to be at orlals mikrz .s tlinteforei be it resolVed,
that all housettee desiring to - fundsh their
new or old honjTh.llonuXr. o,3V.tgtehtf
and they will certain.V burthitee betted' giants.
A ' - 1 1n1 P9a rinfri OH,
boa indbtett to Mr. Reny 0. dherrltf,
mf apular' flassteer of the Olt re.
Om. for nobleaelf (toren samples, of emit.] *s
e9y These samples are from the *Wills*
Ylbobbermasw etnelcom lareew.
4 Weet - Weenie.*** ,ells
an.. ......0ra1r Ointment of the oil need
Lby the new nommen wells tzta I ty which
ragialy, growler ea famous as the Venatom
reales. 'Kids 01l eau be bunted In Its crude
state, In our ordtnary }amps, and 13 preferred
b 9 Ultetw_whobaso used !iv tattle re fi ned
ILL sondes. tato general raver. arta t
that SWUM' Perm la within lorry of
Plttsburett eves to the oil_ prtellueera them
the. gnaw- advantage Of - belet near 16026
ket. None of , lbe wells in tali
bultel7, - but , '*unery Well Moja bored tos the
proper deptbtlewa eteadlbr sad surely, sada
Is mare Aaati,eeebt. be *Odor some nowlat
Stilton on Tharedsty,
The beautiful and gifted young Welsh orator
Miss Susannah Evans, who made her debut In
Allegheny, last fall, under the auspices of the
lAbonny ass , s ,, stion, is. unanteseed to lecture
before the Alteghe_ny. Temperance Deanne, In
, TeXceletorlialh on-rxraustogy evenleg, sth inst.
Since Miss Evans was here Inst., she has been
making a tour of the Western States, lecturing
in Cincinnati, Columbus, Indianapolis, ,Chl
cago, Detroit, and otnor of the largo towns;
r success has been second to none of the
popular leeturers; crowded houses meet her
wherever she goes, and the friendly and onto
i gistle criticisms of the leading press of the
country attest her eloquence and power.
Truly her American visit has been an ovation.
Miss Evans is now on her rotoritto New York,
from whence she expects to sail for hos native
Wales, at nil early day, and hasbeon prevailed
upon to furnish an oppArtnnity to those who
tailed to hear her, on her Cornier visit.,
ere her departure. We Imre no doubt the
large church will be Oiled to overflowing, to
bear this beautifuland eloquent young woman
, Patna; her "new frames on old pictures."
Bchool Exhibition in Marshall Town
, The petals of School No. 2, In Marshall
township, gave a public exhibition_, in their
commodious room, on the night of ;;'stub =hi
under the conductorship of their .Priucipal,
C. B. itatin,_geq, The opening audress was do
linvered by Mr. Thomas Striver, a student at
law. and elicited general applause. The enter
tainment consisted of speeches. dialoges,
recitation.. etc., and was attended by al - the
leadin resldents of the towluihip, Mr.eo.
Goff An g d
Min Mary Hahn pertorMen the parts
assigned them with eretrit to themselves and '
to the satislnetlolf of the audience. Mr. Goff
deffvered two original orations. entitled
creditable Ma mann e echin"r. and "The" Editnr, in a very
Sadden Death sir si Sktulatev.
Rev. S. P. IR[lamtd , pastpr of the Canonsburg
Preabyterian' Clinrch, and Pnacipal of the
Canonsburg Academy, came to his death in a
t s hat, lifudden manner one day last week. It appears
ttea, as was his custom, he went to
the stable for the purpose of attending to his
horse. Ills absence tor an boar or two did not
alarm his famil d o wne was sometimes ib the
habit of goingto the pastofnce hi the
evening, But when eleven o'clock had struck
and he had not returned, search was made for
him b ody stable, when the light revealed his
Dead lying in one of the' Stella and his
hat under his horse in anottidr. The cause of
his death remain, filYStery.
Fire ci Pork ileum Sitattoss—Al. about
ten o'clock on Settardaymorning a are caught
in the roof of the Forge Building of the
and Iron Company.atl'ork Bowes Statical, on
the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rail
road, shoot four miles from the The
building is• of stone, and only one story in
height, anti it is supposed the. Are caught from
a spark thrown&Om oneof the hammers. The
roof was very drv, and although the tall force
of band., emulating of twenty-five men, were
in the building, their elibrta tO check the fire
wore unavailing. Jas. Verna r, Esq., President
of the company, estiamt eat, le lass ooettalouod
by the great...oMM On this them was SIVIID
in the "Citizens,'? and "Pittsburgh Compan
ies" The building contain three hammer.
and a' blast engine. The atone walla 808
stand, and are not badly d aged by the are.
'Press, published at
• says that that e tiro seer
' be Culvert use, n'
• those la
. ItteiPrees, published at reenvillelin tier
cer county , says that that e tiro section was,
at the time of the Culvert are, H ooded wi th
the (lbw:dation of those la which have
been prostrated by ids Cu The Law
men* Conatyliankis tabled the Press In
.ttilairat, but it appears that Mr. aver wee In
no way connected with It, atilt that it is not
arrested by his failtuta...re to the other branch
es, the Venango, Olt. City awl Petroleum
Banks have thefrnirculatiOn protected by de
posits with the Auditor-General at Itarrie.
burg, and the. National Banks by then . deposits
at washingtoat to that noteholders are not
likely to lose anything except those who bold
the notes of the Crawford County bank.
nags of revaissrlvesth( fgerrsessits.—
The Committee of w h ich . Coldnel lass, of Al
legheny, to Chairman, to fY a time end Piece
for presenting the gags of Pennsylvania regi.
mints to the - Mate, held a mseting Tes•
day, when it was decided thaothe eeremoulot
phould take Otto at Independence Square, on
July 4, lige A numbar *Utile eitiseini of Phil.
adelPhia have agreed to.. receive and enter.
rein the color.tmarers of the ,dilrereut regi
ments. The 'legislature and ail the. prom 4
'tent men of the State wilt be invited to par
ticipate in the ceremonies. :•-,.
Crops In Obto.—The Clevebind ,gad
says of crop prospects In Northern Ohio, that
Chore has been greet damage to fruit-during
the late cold weather, and that hi *Orme places
the early traits are, entirely
Injury wheat, which, erpechdly In some Of
the third or fourth tier of counties , froto ^the
Late; Welt thought.to bo nearly fatal, Is notes
greet as at grin etpprettended, Early antiol.
patlons-of airreut failure In the maple sugar
produet are also found to be Orroßet"Cl 4 a
greater or less degree;,,'-'
taetlion4y, at no ton tathni
en g 0 0 00 0
l l by
wiThth% Hama tOPLer,elSmbuy and an emnloyeegontUeaoWwic a b a e n o , n y gedba d ran on 4 siht
ing, and in backing out, he being on the top of
a house car, was thrown or by the Bidden me-
Lion of tha train. lie rellon the mob and a
car painted over hie bead, smashing it. in a
horrible manner. ' '
Alleeddera—An oldudin of eighty-ono years
=et with a, nations aeeldeut yesterday after.
noon, at his reattlenee on Duncan street..
When on .the point of unacendlng from:clan
garret of his house her fell llown a night or
etairs, Meal:lnca, Inv; ,Dr. J . o .2JeCattatess
attended him, and Setl# o ,bone. dm; 148 . 12 OW'
C olver.—Thara kirar/ra/ antlana a
ruinotpreValent at. Mum that. Xt. Cu!.
ver haa ipaasage by-the latt steamer for.
Europe. The feeling in the ell regiunCtonee.
quent on his failure. ia deeerthe4 ye OM , or
Veal arpresalun and gum.
OaXenia.-- The r--7— ErleDotar — says ea
time the j
1 iSland well„ ableb steppes% lumina som e . . o _
Rothe rate r
ainee t "°lg 411. r beresult W ss
e 1 I s ine 100 barrels per drlY•
rested by cleaning the wellandstiO
‘.. , t, i t ! , ,. 41 ,..iiqgw,7,,,„.i..,,-,..-,-
I THE WEEKLY
TWO EDITION'. ADE PRINTED,
n ITEDNDVDA P AND SATURDAY.
The edition I. forlrnAea Which will mach tb....t -
scriber. soonest es tht mail run.
titp egaViri;; ''''
to C/tab• Ogle? Zia; 61A-iY•
another Dlisostrons rive oas Oil Creek—
°resat heistruetton of Propert.Y— Leas
resat Pittabarerneire, etc.
I.thuistrous tire mxierred opposite Pe
on the liytle and Egoert farm,
lasW,tuntil'thuremerjiV. at eight o'clock, and
fThe tire ortginat:i.l-01 : 111 :ga r e. °43 plipl .3 relining
irwuogru. itlitintt:f the Burlington well to a d
tnflre 11.1,‘,etI1',?•rt1j"ti,'"ilgo'nulsl'rri...noon.7u;T:ttg"d-tan7rAtl. e
flames rusbuig towards the creek swept every
thing before them, and on reaching the ores][
set to some six -hundred barrels which
were filled and lying on die bank, together
with seventeen tankn .4 oil. All w
stroyed. were de-
Seine eleven or twelve boats lying in the
creek. loaded for shipment, also took tire and
The bridge which divides the town of Petro.
loom Centre from the farms alluded to took
tire several times, thus entlaugetingthe
but the Mimes were finally exteiguished.
The lire could be seen for tulles Mound.
There W. ono Calf mile of name. Mune thirty
wells were burned, besides various engine_
houses, engines, derricks, and tanks; also lee
r oral dwellings.
The most Intense excitement prevailed at
the time. The loss Is about. 2,000 barrel! Of
MI, and $12:41.00 in property.
We have obtained the following facia and
figures In reference to the losses sustained by
Mr. lialdetuan lost to tank oni batre/S. and
In barrels, I,loo.James Alawhinney Bro., lost 760 barrels In
tank, and 250 In barrels.
J. P. 1. 1 0841./V3L 1,000 barrels in tank.
Fisher Brothers lost 127 barrels, and Miller
Edwards ..US barrels.
Dr. Egbert's house was burned, its store also
the Coquette, Jersey, Burlington iteCallistsir .
A Li. MA
ete. ple Shade Minn, With enilinelli
...haw Suicide—A Man aloWa Spa
on Atwitter forenoon, about eleven dela:lk,
shocking case of suicide occured at Brad:Mak',
Field, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, ha Wil
kins townahip. German named John George
Deltrich, aged atrout forty-live years gnd
head of a family, committed autelde cry shoot.
Ing himself through the bead with a gun, ilt•
orally blowing his brains out. Coroner Claw
.summoned to bold an InqUestould
the following tante were developed: DeltMcb,
although a day-laborer, had by economy and
industry succeeded tu collecting consider
able money, which he- had recently in
vested. He became fearful however, that
bin speculations wore not going to t urn out
well, and he lately began to drtnk to excess.
He wee entirely sober on Monday morning,
and got op in Ws uaual mood. SS wife ob
, served him carefully loading the man, but did
not :inspect that his desitna was to take his
own life. He left the home after breakfast,
but returned at eleven o'clock, and went up
stairs. Ilia ade followed Lim up, end found
him seated on the bad. She asked hint what
h e Wa s after, nod he replied, •mothing.azipar„;
ticuler." She had not reached the foot of the
stairs, however, until she heard the db.:Marge
of the gun, and on running up she found, her
husband lying bask on the bed, weltering La
blood, with the gun beside him. lie hadplaced
the muzzle of toe gun under the Jew, and ale
- charged the load, which passed thrtellith the
liead, leaving a frightful gash, and calni
Instant. death. it seems that Ifin. Henri/
was thrown entirely offher guard, oOnse
quence ot a peculardy which he. had fOryears
exhibited—being AO naturally timid . and cow
ardly that he shrank from the sllghteat dan
ger, rat:Slug:lt all times to exptate hinilielf in
the leaat, and even tit:clam: l i to work When he
thought that berm might result to tam. Bhe
-never dreamed that he would have Courage
trough to Sake it own life, although he had
equently hinted at at:wide The jury found
to verdict of "tleath by anivide."
The yearly exodus of tenants from tiMise
house, a Limb generally takes plains on the:that
of April, opened up yestern lay with more than
Lanni vigor and briskness. There. Were Slime
few removals on trldav and hattirday,Jimt the
express and fttntiture 'regime Met Utley° on
eyery hand during the entire day
It Is probable that over tire hundred Candling
cha houses In our silty and stivfirins,hind.
Our oodly sister city was infected with the
ning fever' to us great' a degree. The
searody of houses andinenasetrrebtithafahad
tWooffects—flrst, to prevent manyfrom cluing
-Mg their residence, and seeoadly,to Malice
others to escape front unreasonable demands
for rent, and avail ihemaetveir of the bxcep
tional opportunities offered by conselen
the originalr renting at a moiety lesm
thanowners demanded. Mat to
a majority of eases it arellit., families move
for the sake of change and new wilineiattrink.
Yet we /lute heard Of quite a number of ln
inane. In winch some ere placed in thellinfOr•
Innate dilemma of being tumble CO reellt.
their present locations, owing , to their ta
larchilravnig rented to other dentin!, Lida have w
secured nu house to remove into, necessarily
compelling them to puck up their furniture
anti tried to some of their friends tg take them
in, or to abandon housekeeping altogether.
PITTBBI.IBOII THEATYP--14% John Brougham
had a splendid reception last night, es well he
might, for he in without question on
bent comedies. traveling. ills slewcomedy
entitled "Playing with ere" will be-iefieated
this evening. An etterpleee followS. ~"Davkl
Copperileld" and Mr. Brougham's'Poration
' Las" are in rehearsed.
Oimas. lio.unc..—The patrons of lira place of
amusement were sadly disappointed lastnight
upon finding that the young lady who Watt an.
noubeed with a great trumpet nodule& did not
rise above mediocre as an actress, and was In
facto total failure. she nes .beedit. withdrawn
from the bra , rds. Annie Eberle will take her
place in the • •Lady of Lyons." and In ftiLly'able
to sustain the part. The “Children of the
Woods" will conclude the entectelnineitt:
lifesosoe 141 .4-111.1114/ Tom, the intisieel
, who ha;. created td sensation where
ever hasiietdorined, is now giving concerto
atialitedrale Moll. tic, and hear him.
Exeltlnig Scenes at Ipatroleam Centro.
The Meadville Repubboon save Mr. AS:D.
Centre, of e firm of Cotton Co. at ;Petro
leum arrived here On Thursday eVien
lug. The receipt of the news of thei suspen
sion of Messrs. Culver, Penn dr. Co.. was. the ae.
cation of intense excitement. Messrs. Cotton
Thursday on Wednesday after
noon, and on ome Of the excited
positors, with revolvers s in inuni. demanded
their moneY Of Mr. Cotton. Fortunately asida.
sistance was at hand and they werenf °rented
from patting their. bloody threats tote emena
mon end avian accounts the excitement was
considerably allayed. At - ono_ time then:Mb
threatened to-burn the hank and plunder the
safe but wiserimansels as well as effectiv e /e. (elusive prepar.,tions pretentedot rupture.
Escape From She Tow Man
brought into the lock-up ,yesterday afteruMul,
charged with drunkermess, net liking tus
quarters, determined -on making hlssocape
therefrom, and succeeded attatably. fie asked
to be taken from the MU upon mtne pretense,
and the gate being open he tore Miming from
the tratehman haring hitt In charge, and mso
kings hold push, made hls exit Usenet the
gate and aped at a quick. ran up Diamond
street, and was nut of sight before • his - kisser
could realise the sltuatlonot affair*,
Double A ltirder.—Weleart frOMltaidewl.
villa .finsublfean that on htst..rrld.anouribdi
man at Yranklin killed it colpred wo m an ' , atui
made his escapirby the mamn. coming , up. LAC
Shaw , * Landing he was discovered .by.anuttler
colored man V7OO *O3 •in pursuit' andjurups
but hi p u r s uer f o ll o w e d tentPted
and but his lam - closely and Wan
seen to shoot him it had not been aseertaln
ed w h ether lie svae kitled or wonodmi„ Inn
were th o names of the parties knoWn.
The Calves Fallure.--Tliir Re
ublic.= Gaye: rrlrute dispatches-from ',well
tolormed parties in New York state .that the
ousts of Messrs. tiolver,•Yeas k Co. are thir
ty per cent. In excess of, trielr nes, Spd
au reports are hopeful that they will be ab le
to satisfy the demands of their
.credltors.' • •
False Pretense*: W. - Bnerkle wee
charged yesterday, before Alderman , Taylor,
with obtaining goods under, (alas punctual,
to the amount or two dollars; by falsely re.
Presenting that he bad funds in the hands .of
another party. Buerkle was held to ball to
Bala was yeataras7 0002 '
misted to Jan by Alderman bilabObioo,,, to
answer a Charge of affiliation proforma b 7
Ma funeral will lake place-front Inn rat klanti•Of
lila son, Thome.. Balley, - .No. 4 eaulthtleld atrelat, an
WEIMSDaIe, , at 2 welt>, kr. x. Tile felon& of the
faintly are , respectfully Invited to Wend:. •
kleisy dttiti aaki
12[01114E, LOT APO) TANNENIT AT
A-LleTiO3L—tain oo WEDNESDAY, APTU
•Ith,'/IL 3 1:o'clock P:• I. --The large PrILMe aolll4lr,
Tappery and . Stable. 11.1 large Lot, on 'ottani' they
gthate,a, lo lieserio township, half
Woti r.M p in!i ' Vollf.rb=
;do feet o street. will he split , tortito
;foa ls .
: 1,1 . ° 1 114e ,11,'""1.4 3. "
lay trend.- Adttos „the preations,ist.u.Ato.,..:
Tr spec attenttoow buyori loatt!ti,
sai soot (00) Its
SALE tit FILTHAVATIME,
CARYETS, gm, 41 `.. , 103(1T10H.-4M WEL ,
KXOI AY 110 %NU, ht. Olio . .dock hat masts, mid '
be4old Ili Largo- rod' extenafro'variety - yttior,
Vini ng.RObambef and filtaben foraltatolti,
mahogany and • wiltruV .11140 1M14114 granola, to ,
T AMINUIF. ,I WI:27I="44I=37::.
Iles gmag mOhtmaelroaplng,..
ap3 T. A.. am.OLEE.L.A.NH. Acct..
TEI3I4OON, at 3 o , cloei,will be sold, st Ataiddljne
Hall Anctiod Boolasj.bb and DT- Flub street,''
shM•es National Bank of Confuter.,
di do lloatasans, 11.1111.11 rt Co.;
6 do Western do do --
C. v. wnirs...r A
PR4 O .4e fa! CAuit'/IolRti
;Tau comblestd.' 4103; gitgd sad eungtke,g-,r
wain. WILL saw* c