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A :ia'C'n :ln r totitri,c,
in ins IU , Or, ant: lln .s 4 Bu; I ,
Ili.nry Pillow WH , on:, rt•
toOrlinall . .l for Arotelobi) , Thomas .at V• • V
anil Joatiph Cummins for Asr-ociate
yt st o ry for Sheriff, and .lames B.
t'lttrk for Prothonotary.
The following are among the resolutions
Re.aned, That the Republicans of Butler
county will cordially sustain Congress in
its patriotic labor to protect and reward
loyalty, to punish treason, and to secure,
past all future contingency, the stability of
the Unicin atul of Republican institution ~,
by placing the reconstruction of the States
lately In rebellion in the hands of the truly
loyal men, to the entire exclusion of all
who voluntarily labored to cor.struct
Re/lazed, That - we endorse the course of
our able member of Congress--Hot. Thos.
Williatus--and will sustain him in his
labors for the right, adorned as they have
been, bylearning, wisdom and patriotism.
John EL Thompson, Esq., Dr. Amos
Rush, and Dr. Wm. Irvin, were appointed
MONTGOI(H.RP COCHTY.—The Norris
town Ilercaa heartily - endorses our propozi
tion that any man who holds an equivocal
position on public questions shall not be
eounted among possible candidates for the
United States Senatorship. It, also; names
Judge Wm. D. Kelly for tho place.,
BLATTiCOUNTY.-A. S. Morrow, E. Ham
mond, and L M. Lloyd, aro Republican
Cox:tales:Mona! Conferees--17th district—
Samnel7.lleCalmont is the Bcptalliatn
candidate for Assembly.
Litaanott Conarrs",-Colonel John W.
Forney will address a Republican mass
meeting In Lebanon borough, on the 21st
SECILETARY 11cCnixocu hus issued a
circular to the officers he appointed In vio
lation of law, requesting them to resign.
Ho tells them he does this "reluctantly."
„No doubt of that. But the temper of Con
gress an:that point was not to be mistaken
or farther trifled with.
_Thritit-Two.of the mOstendnent Union
men of Virginia have joined in a formal
letter of thanks to the Ron. Win. Pitt'
Fessenden for his masterly Report on Re.
construction. Real "Unionists in all parts
of the republic stand by Congress.
IT is 'stated that the.. President is now
willing to surrender Jefferson Davis into
the custody of the courts of law, but is not
disposed to release him on parole or bail.
. has so far taken Mr.
J. Rogers, Copperhead M. C. from New
Jersey', Into his coulidence, that he' ap
points to oftlee.on his recommendation.
LETTRR FROM ANWAR
Tilisfloarensental City--Grane anti Sc
enter Meratia-One of the Shells
Sweep* Teriee-afFeetlegektene lathe
Oars, -Emigrants-The tiny They are
er, eke: . • -
Bar-TxXOni, !dd., June 13th, IMO.
4thenre bat long been noted for its no
.Uf s Monuments, Its grand, picturesque
scenery, and' last, but not lend, Its pretty
women. at this season of the year it is truly
grand. In. monumental square, the Battle
monument la the feature, a singularly con
structed piece of mechanism, with transverse'
Delta encircling It. bearing the name of some
of the-heroes of 1812, with date of battle, de.
OA. Charles street stands the surtessingli ,
beautiful memorial of the rather of our coun
try, the finest monument In the Walled States.
From its parapet, a magnificent view fa Afford
ed the visitor, commanding the entire city
and hay..., WEldars monument, on Broadway,
next attract!, , the eye. The shot tower, the
beautiful statuary, fountains, de., all tend to
ward making i a . Valt here agreeable and in-
_yesterday, an exciting ince
thole plsoe at Ferry Bar, near the foot of t
It .the nett. ever had here, an of
. course; it attracted an immense crowd. The
water-wissalteralitc unwed .every de
scription of. sail, oar or steszo,.boaring the
i=groteequagrony of "open countenances,.
, eyes. and ears, we ever beheld, while
the 'streets ie the vicinity of the boat-houses
*re filled to repletion. The first race an
nertrkedwairbetwecn the of the Ariel,
“Itipple,eof the tindine, and “Zephyr. , " of the
Zephyr Clubs, 'ail four-oared berms. While
the Adel, a six-oared shell, was pulling end, a
swell rebut a paseingrogswarniKel her. The
crew witanceremonlocutly ducked wore soon
picked .tip ' sini , the race was then proceeded
voltheYllipple" leading out and gradually
g Oh her adversaries to the stake boat
and recturninaking the two miles in 17 minutes
Ii seconds...the...Zephyrs following about a
minute later, and the 'to" close In wake.
Next came. what • wad tee anticipated feature
of the °caution, a testiest between the six
oared barge *.Undineo.and the shell "Ariel,.
but the prospon.win ,marred by the ...amt.'
again aapidling. The other took no heed of
the accident,. but kept on, making her return
In fifteen minutes. The interest manifested
on this:occasion was Intense and we have no
doubt aapeedy repetition will be had.
Teeterdsy as the train wan abOdt
Cum garristrorg exr this city, a lady Itntti.
aboard,larew her arms around a gen emau , s
neck, nylaVri the moat plthous manner, for
- hint not to Mil her. Her lamentations were
loud and long. The train started, the hang
ing OP trtitim,..wadd nothe shaken off-pae.
seekers alt the qtdiftreto loans the canso-gen
• thrown retiond.rinaily conductor comesidong
and staid Pills; eel% atid-e ping and cuii
-cram erowd;the victim of misplaced confidence
talls her. story. f.,-The now -wretched woman
married thittiudit.ni the State of New York;
only a few e with
burg. and now b ra was trying to th ro wher ed.
and about to leave for Baltimore without gir
t:4oer terser money ingot back; home. .The
matatar OtinaktQl thejleisserigersiverei 431.
Lunen; burikene thought it a trie.kto "raise the
Theanuattonir.finding;that ;the man
really bad a ticket through and was trying to
sank Affril/.11,0UU1 not permit; him to, go on
his train; Mattlith he received the Upile; of
. every onece board. ;
Yesterday. having loniatats on'Thames
street, east aide, we witnessed ' the landing
afealtipleadoMamemiurougranta. • Weals°
saw the land sharks-theirown conntrYmen-
Improve the time buying cads mo for:. an
advanhe of ten to fifteen per cent. Thousands
f4 eUilds.*XP SLlntnnig*:. in OW way for
Miss Lotta is turning ;the •beads of the
--flaltnnereatis with ' her nags; dancing
and ,ppotessl acting.. %ker. places of . amuse
memnre incetiyeloeed up: Fredtaiteentdoseel
on Monday evening. The Now Amerman
might as welt he.OlOstBl. ; They are literally
playing to empty nooses. It eineaday was
thecarat of the season. the mercury stand
ing ninety degrees in the shade* •
Tr• eidailneilliteGeteatt Illairailk4l2l
- Jul fires'—eleseeon pill Probe
74ei ImpilleG—Se!ntil onuu gri
en Übe robsitar=r/ient—iesipeolittion
'Dae illextWa fAFAII = E,TAIMIL. 'lra Be
Nertbitirannelpeolais to taifieveknn
in h is seat Mr. Grinnell is in hie te-
Kr. Is a
icAli p"r ei l T r a thst = k 2a l° l l iirl . r. -. Cregn. "
IsaiahMN; receiving the
stmatorressendon was . too ill to attend a
lia o t x ngthe ManceCo=tr=y and
Committee on Foreign Relattotui
. 1 n tePontabitoluttOna-mlldly cenatuning the
muse ot.the'GoTertitstent on the iriglian
The committee will also take a bold stand
in rettaronee W Airless scatters. but .nnani
. . .
can bontis: -- -
Metal iptonnition belt been received that
the King airroesda wider. date. of Kay etth.
has decreed Mitt in the event of warm:Enchant
Veleeht tiellehigie =Meet. of tecatile Stater
shall nOr be B fitted to cotton and endisesk..
thial ottrarinotona. ma reoleteeny
be preatle#oo44 ol, Oetft Steisg"'
Niw Toistailbs. l She midst
Mors sa.Y.SbitesaaSer=sass Conamistee bas
sersectlatX sas Or The pssisitsassyt
f•••:1 .11.11 , 6 n pon to I,plaiti so harsh
WI,. a person noel. all btx per.onal and
cancan Lottartna• anothar•• intereat, c 'tne
extent of peraenntinr and ttntlng rutivly 14,
tlanae under bltn, ev , n to ladles, who,e
meal Induce, I Inxt, 'pout. or net La apta.l
- to aid muarext, at , uaturalt) f 1.10111,111.
some :contrtslitng reason. and are very I tpt
to think lit is rentunurated in some way.
I thus reasoned, and came to the erroneous
conclusion of wl.ich he complained. 1 trust
he will accept the explanation and excuse me.
si is sonissend to tied eases el such veep
dot 'dee, ."-tendshiplitat I am now an xt ons
to know the anoint. otitis earnest work, and
.r It shall prove tout I am wrong in supposing
,hat Ills uctoxn Is cuided by Interested m
to ci. rI tas know that we have such it Jona
,hun among us, and let tilt the people honor
Ills assumption that my opposition to part
of the .cries so earnestly advocated uy hint
was the rattan of my retirement from the pro
. salon may expiate. Is he afraid that he
mad meet a like fate if he should fall to en
a toe..e them. or does he simply mean to warn
other tsaeLturs to beware how they pronounce
ani other hook superior to these I
I really wed] to ho put right In this matter.
Do, Mt. Sergeant enlighten me. K. DAVIS.
Dr. Ke7•er'■ Blood S aaa e eee Never
We pit lish below another certificate with
regard to tile eMeacy Millet great remedy, Dr.
Keyser's Blood seitivlies. Day after day the
doctor has Certificates of cure made by this
rerum.y of er he failure to mire by the most
distinguished of the medical faculty. We
would further note the fact that every one of
his cures are so near at home us to enable any
one to avoid being Imposed upon. Dr. Key
ser's Blood Searcher is a reliable medicine for
all d iseases of debility, having their origin In
diseaSer.i or Vitintell state of the blood. 13ys.
pepsin, a ropey, kidney discase, fever nod
.mtn. , its well its ulcers and incipient cancers,
Are soon made to disappear under its use.
.t.116111CA.4 Horse, Jonestown, June IS, iMid.
Dv. KitvAirti—Dear take this chance
tO write yOu a few lines in respect to your
Blood St archer, prepared by you. My wife
was anti, ed with a frightful ulcer on her face.
After I I ad some of the best doctors in this
Part .1! ire country. attending her, but they
~.muld no. do her any good, I was advised to
try your Blood Searcher., I :e.t half a dozen
.mtt.las, but before she lased two bottles her
toes Ww entirely well. You can publish this
gmrfs7" ace p r oper.
American Home; JOhnstown.
Ask for Dr. Keyser's Blood Searcher, and
take tip other. At ISO Wood street.
neat and .16s.baostIon.
It requires a constitution and physique of
unusual strength to reset the °Abet of the en
ervating beat of July and August. Unless rho
system is toned and sustained by a wholesome
.ttotoneide during these oppressive months it
Is likely to be so severely debilitated as toren
der it an easy prey to the epidemics which
prevail in the fall. "A wholeorime stomachic I
where Is it to be found," asks the reader, who
bas, perhaps, been told by hil l physidan that
a little good brandy is a servioeattle stimulant,
and has eought for that obsolete article in vain.
It would be as idle to expect whoiesornerise.
and purify among the liquors of commerce es
to look for miracles of piety in the State prise
on., or wisdom in an Idiot :asylum.
There is one ape recource—.ort one—for those
who need a protective tonic and health-sno.
taming Invigonmt. Let them commence at
once, an tub torrid season opens m all Its in
tenalty, a course et Hostetter's I kuo33 anch
tetra Ask the returned after* and soldiers
of the tialett Army, who have used this elixir
tturini the war, what they think of It, They
will tell you that It keeps up the vital forces
under the wilting beams of a vertical sun
without vitiating the blood or creating any
undue excitement in the circulation. As the
poet Cowper said of tea, "It cheers, but not
inebriates." It braces the nervous , organiza
tion and regulates all the functions of the
body. No other stimulant can compare m pu
rity with the Essence Of Eye, which forms its
bash., and the tonic , aperient and anti-bilious
herbs with which it b Medicated are the beat
of their kind on the face of the earth.
rr sold wholesale and retail at very low rates
at I. Lamlnips Deng and Paton Medicine Depot,
No. fit Market Mt bet, corner of the Diamond
an.l Market, near fourth street.
Trained Horse ItzlObltlon.
Prafessof Hamilton it Co. NMI exhibit:their
wondtirful trained hOrses, Blr Henry and Gen
eral ebertdart, as follow.: On 'Monday, June
18th, at Bellvarnon; aati, at Perryopolis; 20th,
at Connellsville; 21 st, at Mt. Pleasant; 21:1, at
htendon;23d, at itlddledmni; lath. at Madmen;
26th, at Wait Mewicin;sitd the 59th at Monon
gahela City. .
The exhibition will be ureter -a spacious
pavilion. The performances; of these horses,
without bridlo . or rein, aro quite nalque, and
have never failed to interest and astonish
Fleming, Druggist, 84.. Market street, In
addition to his large Meek of Dregs and Pat
ent Medicine, has added the Chien qualities of
English and Scotch Ales, Porhir and Brown
Stout. its It hes been extremely dieleult to
procure these articles 1n this city, we mention
this matter for the benefit of our
Fleming also keeps a very [cleat stook of
Pure Liquors for medical purposes.
Everybody prides upon aneat pretty foot,
and there certainly Is no good reason why all
persons should not make etleast a respectable
show of "understandings." The great difficul
ty, however, with most Is to know wheretotiny
handsome hoots or shoes, such as will make
oven ugly feet show to good advantage. We
know of no better house to patronize than
Robinson's, 61 Market street. He sells good
articles at the cheapest e tea.
ilatb Tabs! Haab Tubs
Cleanliness of person is the best known pre.
ventive al sickness. and even family hould
have a be .h room etipplied with 001 mi
ta] tubs manufactured and for sale T. T.
Ewene & Co n bip. laaWood street. Everything
in the way of bath tubs can be found at the
most reasonable of miasma .EWOM , & WIS.
A. full line of Chandeliers Just received and
for male at very low rates. .
We have known of the Sarsaparilla extract
being combined with bodide of Potaaslum, but
never until now in lodide of Lime. The supe
rior • advantage of this combination for hu
mors, bad blood, idc, are palpable to all. This
valuable remedy, Sarsaparilla With lodide of
Wan we advertise to-day.
Do not sadist with dyspepsia when relief is
so Mose at Multi. Twenty thousaitd people
have been meted of this terrible disease In the
Let year by the use of Doback , s Stomach Mt
The Gaiters nod Bummer 'nippers Ow ladles ,
weer, now •offered so cheap at Itabinson's, 61
Market street, are the most charming articles
or pedal ecneerings e'er offered In this city-.
Dress goody for the present season, on the
northeast . 00* - ,C 4 g; TIMM and Mar/r96
Wrenn , C. flexion Lovi & Bno.
And timer Cloths for Saalueo $1 Blasi a
rats* Wide Width
Black. and , White 81114. far 101,75, at Bates a
Pant Stunt of au kinds at Batas d Beira
♦ complete assortment at Bates R Belts.
While and Colored Mammalian,
)rah ex/NW its ,Opetied K Bata a 80/Ps
*•.r nap saes,
lessUasil 1 1 / 1 14140011 akin's* , *Ora Sas.
THE PITTSBURGH GA:AETTE.
---No ). 141
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Rt.,. anti ha, w'l!
t. 1.1 Yttroiko, 5,1•1.1,4 uu
1•••9t improvemeutt tike I,,Tan
,nllomd n of
-k 1, , an-I nut the hewl o! tht•lr 1,V.Pf.,+,1011.
•Lt eta N ri,t,
111 eatrrui I,lg lt•elh .•1 1
ullll,ll, Nitrmt+ dente“LLS Is er . -
ttln thmgerw, safe. ptob.sant
and nu , :v1 etrocts. Ir t i; ,petteer
tI me experience In the mn , oi till- agent than
any ,lent let In thin ell), ketng th, arsl mi
nont,,ter 11 here. Any per-ons entrifating
thernselt CC CO the Care tr ll l not he illsappolltt
e,l. Remember No. .2:4 Penn street, where
first class 'wig of teeth are Ingot - tett for
$lll, equal If not +evertor to those for which
hml 00 are charge , ' nt of her places.
°abb..' Art Window...
Tie art windows of Dabble well known
photograph estainishuient, No 2i; St Clair
street, continues to prove a great centre of
traction. There Is a superiority In Mr. Deb..'
specimens which no other artist in this city
ean lie takes as clear and beautiful
impressions as any artist in the eastern cities.
The services of a first class artist have been
secured to color Cabinet and Imperial photo
praphs, and in this department estuallai/Yi
great excellence prevails. As Plttsburghers,
we are proud of the art and enterprise its
played by our fellow townsman, and all who
desire any style of a truthful picture of them-
Selvds or friends we earnestly advise to
favor this palatial establishment with a esti.
We ale now experiencing very hot weather.
It In Jun such a season as would promote the
Interests of pleasure parties. Dally do we
notice crowds flocking to Pittook'. for M
inims, Gold Pens, a.c.
Invisible Photograph. at Pittock' •.
All tho New soots at Plttock's
.tic.amt le De MarguerltteP, Charlotte Thomp.
,on, Julia Daly, Monk SIFIUM, 'lotto, i 1.13111,
Cogowell—Photographs et l'lttoek's.
Summer reading matter at Pt tt oak's.
Great Rash for Great Bar`alo■
At the extensive and popular Hat and tap
House of Wm. Fleming, No. 129 Wood street.
We are selling of our stock—Men's and Boy's
Straw Hate, Men's and Boy's fine Summer Veit
Hate; Lathes , and Misses' Hata, trimmed and
untrimmed. The above goods will be sold
wholesale or retail, at leas prices than at any
other house In the ally.
Tbe Mloaf Ibsboelllo I
The most beautiful of Boots, Shoes and
Gaiters are to be obtained at the lowest of
prices, at Robinson's, No. el Market street
For dresses. Just opened on the northeast our
ner of Fourth and Market stroeta.
C. Halmos Loves d Rae.
All trlgthrl and qualltien, at less than mark ,•t
rates, on the northeast corner of Fourth end
blarket. streets. C. 114..x50u Lore & Ben.
Of all the leading makes, at popular prices, on
the northeast corner of I mirth and Market.
streets. C. lisasos Lova & Ban.
Buy their Boots and Shoe. at the Opera House
Shoe Store, as they save money by doing so.
Al the Opera Bone, Dining Saloon
Done up brow, and cooked Just to turn, at dm
Opera House Dining Saloon.
Dove. Patent lee Cream !Wen Water.
Try It. Only to be had at the Opera Boner
Contort !101l Shoe Store
And the Opera House Shoo Soon, are the mane
No. GO Fifth street.
Meat Fashionable Goods
In tbeelty at tho Opera House Shoe Otero, No.
6o Fifth street.
9241 0 .
L. dell' French Morocco Boots, at South
Wm', No. sa Market street.
The Booth and Shoes sold at South lt Ross
No. 63 Market street.
McManus for sale et Folima , s Deng store, No
108 limithfical street.
Musk Ontnadinea, and Thin Summer ticeds at
Lath.. Gaiters, at South t Itoss,' No. 63 Mar
Colored Clothe, [frown, Mack and Green
Thous High Button Gutters ut South & 'loom
No. 63 Market treat.
The leulles' Gutters st South & Roes', No. 63
Milk lase Mantles
in elegant designs, • very choice Stock, Dates
At tho Open Hone Shoo Store, No. CO Fifth
At tbo Opera House Shoo Btoro, No. 60 Fifth
In the city at the Opera Hou.e shoo Store.
dt the Ocera Howe Dining Skloon.
Bost Brand Sonars and Tobacco
At the Opera House Dining Saloon.
At the Opera Howie DLamg Saloon
De Strawberriei and Cream
AL the Opens Howe Mahn Saloon.
Beet Geode In the City
At tho Opera noose Shoo Store.
Lomeli b 7 Crevasses in Louisiana.—
Quarterma • Department South—
Itednetion in Dupe/mem—Trial of Pay
Waantioximr, June la—The report of Gen.
Humphreys concerning the losses by the
erovtieees In Louisiana. sent in to.day, shows
the breaks to be nilmorOns, and unusually die
setrous. Ile recommends appropriations for
repairs me follows: Yasuo bottoms, 830.5,000:
eight levees on the Texas bottom, eigeeoo;
three levees on Mississippi Delta, e1d7,00e, , ari
aggregate Of /SLUM He says that the crops
of cotton, growing in the aduvial region above
Bed river In Diki, would amount toelle,ooo,ow,
and the sugar crop below that, would be, at
the present prices, eGO,OOO,OtO. The complete
repels of all the levoes would require ellideote,
divided between Arkansas, Louisiana, and
issppi lie estimates the alluvial land.
at 311,000 square miles, of which IMAGO are in
the sugar reVon, of which One third might be
brought tindermiltivation or a million and •
half acres for anger, and 7,000,000 sores for cot
General Hushing has armed from the in
apeetton ofliffaire in the QUartermastets'
partteent at the South. There have been
heavy reductions In expenses everywhere.
The Senate has confirmed J. P. Oakley, Peen..
master at Beloit, Wm.
The trial of Paymaster Paulding had con
cluded. The 0•160/7100 shows li
that e has dis
bursed 11140,00:1,000 during the war.
lio corrupt motive was developed In the ,
New You, June 16. , =The Auer money arti
cle says: We learn from oneof our financial
men who hasj tutt returned from Washington,
that the Senate Mune* Committee will prob
ably, In the now internal iteladleblil•
the ten tar cent. taxon banks titat pay Out the
old circulation of the State lames, and in lion
of this will Insert • specific tax on all
outetazuling circulations of old Linea Theta=
la to l uni sa n sid kr the banks hawing each Dotes
g. The amcemt of tide tax Is not
definitely Axed, but It la probabl e thatit will be
5!,4 per cent. a year,payable monthly. This
will obviously produce a very much larger
fevenne than wotddluren collected under
the ten•per cent . rasa °meat, while Chao is
the further advantage the currency. wilt
be contracted gredttany Insteed of spasmofil•
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THE LATEST NEWS
lir I, 're , ll the l' ,, lnzitittee of II 00-
1. , ,nc.., the .11sagroving ntet on the Joint
r,. , dninro ruihn I ve L. thr diApoettl of pub:,
the ' , what, Stlites, alaAe ryperi,
W , 114 I %s p1t., ,, e44, the re,o.
1.• by u n per-on to equity nerve for two
year, artor uhlrh one iltlntired anal sixty
'yes may Ite tere,l until .I unwary next. All
ho have taken part in the rebellion are ttx
.• 'rout the privilege, of the bill, after
that lion rex..kitten IN romp. oil
M shsrman rose to a personal explanation
Ile round lit the New York Trybane an article
In n hien be wan alluded to ea the organ of the
1 realer) Deptu Daunt. Till. watt unjust to
him. Two Important bLlts, emanating from
the Treasury Department, had been intro
duced In the Senate this Wtitter lie hall up
posed MO Cl these, 11011 favored the other.
did not snot the Secretary of the Treasury to
he hold responstble for his (Mr. Shormitn
on - ors, and he (Mr. Sherman) did not wish to
be held responsible for the errors Of •,&nybod)
Mr. Van Wink!, introduced n resolution to
permit the tjuartermastor General to pay
tic citizons of the county of Berkley and Jef
ferson, West V irgonim for Quartermasters .
stores furnishes! to the army. ressomtiOn
resolution to print one thousand norms of
:be 'import of the Board of Visitor% to the Na
val Academy for 1866 1 was reported from Inc
tommittee on Printing by Mr. Anthony, and
pa th, motion of Mr. Wilson the bill to con
thine In force the Fressituen's Burette !van
made the speciat order for Tneeslay ilex It
. Mr, t,rlvtea Introdtteed n re.sOlntlOn, whitth
, r naOptoO, culling upon the Secretary of
Wa na r
for a report of the Board of Oftleers on
the Ittlnjet, of COMA defenses.
Mr, Howard indited up the bill nuthortztlig
the eastern division of the Pacific Railroad. to
select tnelr route Ate., published la the pro
ceedings of tho Senate day before yesterdiO,
which was discussed and afterwards post
The 4otnl resolution for the representat ion
of the L nited statue at the Paris exposition w as
taken up. The question was upon the amend
ment of Ilr.Harria to appropriate oas,oon in
cote for the erroct lon of buildings for the die
t lay of American articles. The amendment
wa.., agreed to. Vona 18. Nays 17.
Thip following li. the t ite in detail.
You—Anthony. Cragta, Creswell, Doolittle,
Edmonds, Guthrie, Dorris, liondoreon, John
son, Morgan. Mornll, Norton, !rye, 11.0niony,
~,ragas, Van IV Mkt°, Wilt on* sad WIWon
.Topo—Buekalow Chandler, Cowan, Dart.,
Foster, tirunee, Hendrick., Reward, llowe,
Kirkwood, Lane, (of Ind.) Pom eroy, grans
bury, Siewurt, Trumbull, Wade and 1 ales-li .
Mr. Harris offered an amendment makin g It
the duty of agents distributing; money under
this joint resolution to report such disburse.
meads to detail to Congreas, which was adopt-
Mr. Stewart demanded the yeas and °nye
.11 the passage of tint resolution as amended.
:ea. il, nays 13, w, the resolution was penned,
ml it goes to the House for 001101211 . 011 Ce to
un motion of Mr. Doolittle It was reoolve,l
Ina , ;' ,. 11 - eu the Senate adjourn tesday, IL ad
journ to meet on Monday next.
The Senate then, to aecoronueo with tho
csolutten adoptedesterday . , proceeded to
the comddi ration of y bine from the Commit.
tee on the District of Columbia.
The Preohlentki Private Secretary entered
the Senate Chamber at half past two with et
...age from the President returning, wttL
objecitma, the bill authorizing the New
'ors and Idouttne Iron Mining Company to
urelmee certain land+, reserved from We end
at now in market.
The tanodtleration of the District of Colon:t
-ole business was resumed. A number of pri.
vale and local bllln were disposed of.
At four o'clock Mr. Sprague called for the
rending of the veto message. The rocatago
was real and ordered to be printed.
Mr. liorriil moved to call up the bill repeal-',
lug the citycharter f Washington und
licorgetown, nod providing for their torero
tuent by Commissioners.
Mr. Wham moved to postpone the above bill
till the first Idondur to December. He was LA
favor, he said, of the other proposition, which
conferred negro suffrage in the District. The
pending tall was made the special order for
.11.11va o'clock tbo Scootd went LIU, eruct,
tiro sendlou and soon atter •ypurneL
Immedinils tif r G , sr .r th . e readi e nu o f the Jour
htr a n :4de lir:Tres% liftlon, and ral th e
A l f fiX re
one question :
Wanes:as, It is alleged in the publie press
that lion. Lovell IL Kosseau, a member of thus
House from the State of Kentucky, did, on the
evening of Thursday, the itch Instant, commit
en assanit upon the person of Wm. J. It. Urin•
mill, a member of this !louse from Mediate of
lows, because of words spoken In this Howes
iiy the latter; and whereas raid asesnla if
,omudtted, was a I'm:nib of the privilege* al
this House and of the member assaulted
• . - -
Resolved, That a select committee of flee be
appointed by the Speaker to investigate the
eubjeet and to report the faits, with such es.
Mertens in reference thereto as m their Judg
ment may be
_proper or nectmaary for the y In
dwation of the privileges of this House and
the promotion of its members, and that said
committee have power to send for palms
and papers, and to examine sertnesaeson oath.
The previous question Was seconded andthe
resolution was adopted
Mr. Illahro, from the Committee on Military
Miklos, reported beck the Senate joint remake-
Mon to proirlde for the payment of bounty to
certain Maim* regiments, Which
three times an/ passed.
The Joint resolution directing the sett to
mcat of the aconpUr of Lieut. W. FJ. kumvink,
of the :rah Ohio foinnteers, was adopted.
Mr. Henderson totrodnowl a bill granting
lands to aid in the construutiOn of a railroad
and telegraph line from the Columbia river to
Salt lake City, which was road twice and re
ferred to the Committee on the Pacific Rai
The Senate hill to regulate the appointment
of paymasters In the nary was
The bills to sell lands to the was
worth, Kansas, for a public park, and to en
'hertz° the construction of a horse railway
t p li o ro . lb Port Leavenworth Reservation, wore
Mr. gingham asked leave to offer c ent
resolution requesting the Prealdent of
the United States to transmit forthwith to the
ezeentivea of the several States caplets of the
amerttiment proposed by Congress to the
State Legislatures to amend the Conetitution
of the United SLAWS, pawed June 13th, tail, to
the end that the States may premed to act on
the said articles of amendment.
Mr. Le 1110114 asked the Speaker whether
the Concurrent Resolution canto in by ennui-
The Speaker stated Ids understanding was
that It was reported from the Committee on
limootestruotlon. and therefore privileged.
Mr. Bingham corrected that, and said he
asked unanimous consent to introduce It as is
Mr. Le Blond said the consent has not emu
given. The Itembaton is wrong on Its face.
It request. the Executive to seed copies of
the proposed article. of amendment to the
different States, ere the time for the Execu
tive to approve or reject the joint resolution
proposing them, has elapsed. (A member in
sine t old
mething him In •
whisper.) I ran told, ho continued, that the
Executive is not required to s4n a joint reso
lutionproposing Constitutional amendments.
Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania, interrupted,
and Inquired of the Speaker whether there
was anything properly before tho House.
The Speaker-1f the genUcnien from the
Committee (Mr. Bingham) makes the report
from the Reconstruction Committee of which
be is a member, it in before the House, other
wise It Is ,object to objection by any member.
Mr. Le Blond ( without paying attention to
this side scene) said that it had been the prac
tice to submit resolution.
Clonal amendments to the Executive.
Mr. Bingham challenged him to say when
that had been the practice.
Mr. Le Blond replied that it had been done
under Mr. Buchanan'a administration, and
also under Ms. Lincoln's.
Mr. Bingham inquired whether the twelve
amendments reported by the first Congress of
the United States land ever been submitted to
or approved by the President.
Mr. Le Blond said he was aware that in the
early history of the country the record showed
nothing on the Subject. It did not show that
oonxtitutioaal amendments were ever ap
proved or rejected by the President, but It was
a fact which the gentleman could not escape.
Hutt the Constitution made no t exceptions
whatever as to the bill and jon resolutions
requiring the signature of the President.
The bill reported two days since by Mr.
Byers, from the Committee on Patents, to ex.
tend the patent of Jonathan Dallier coating
with cement the inside of pipes, came up next
in order, and after a long debate was rejected.
On motion of Mr Raymond, It was ordered
that the proceedings to-morrow be oonflned
to general debate on the President's annual
The proceeded to the consideration
of the bill to provide for restoring to the
States lately in Insurrection their fullpolitical
Mr. Raymond. who had the floor, yielded to
Mr. Orth with the understanding that he
should address the Mouse en Monday.
Mr. lliiaallll offered the following amendment to
the bill: "Provided, however, that QM act
shall not be construed to deny the right. of
each House of Congress to be the judge of the
election return, and the qualification of its
own members, or to prohibit the admission by
either House of any member duly elected and
qualltled in taking the required oaths of office
at any time."
Mr. Orth made a speech in support of the
bill, after which it went over until. Monday
Mr. Donnelly, from tho Committee on Pub
ilo lauds, reported back the 13ennte Joint res•
olutlon, pass= reirterdimeudanatory of end
in addition to the aot ot /day lith. WU ors=
la g lands to aid In the eonstroetkm of cer.
ialn railroads -
d.in Wisconsin. Read • third
tildTo/OMII/020% Or /0/4 Q Zinnfitedomity
JUNE 16, 1866
nd t .
In, toe .:.r.,.
111. Flock. (n.ut I ;2t,,1
1!-•• In I
-intent' iVe.t twin,. et.iiiieol••.:
i• • Ilse reitte•li•littei erentent,
pitying itie (•,t• e. it.
.ie. tit suppreciiiiiii, the
ni DO 11.11,t1dInClit. AK, flgt . .•••.i
10 and Oat 11
3tl ithigham Inttnalueed Joint resolution
titteettug the 11111111., Cii Ed o ar.l
Dungar and .to+enn Pal ler, a hn had het n
outnuastotieti as Lieutenant , in the 11:31111)hin
I tilant, y, but who were killed before being
nit.terad in, to be enrolled It Intsiemi 111
rout the dote of their etnnuthetidliti
After some dist...lion, It tea, on mot 1011 of
Sir Wilson. of itwa. referred to the I'olll Tait
tee MI Mitnary Affair ,
lit. Moorehead t, .11131,11 , 1. d rl - 11111 service on
the itosettau-Urintiell Countuttee, and Mr.
Thayer apptunted In hl.
Mye, presented the memorial of H. he
h Moneta . tar Wig/111, all 111/111 . 01 . 111/0 1011 of too
thttu+and live Unwired 4i111131.1,1 In Imre baae a
oust of General Rao:dual' Pulaski, killed at
Savannah daring the Revolutionary war,
wlnrh 1./.11/31. WILY extented by the 1.1.1.ter Henry
Sandera. of Philadelphia, at the rerpned
toe Joint Lint try totutnittee of tile Thirt
ourth Congress, me. a complution to I Ind ot
kosentbko, purchttatni from lout 1.1 Congress.
Ht four o'cb•t it the lions,. adieu: red.
FROM NEW ORLEM
Nark et•---lles. trait advice.. American
Colonists Dlssatistit.l—Activity of Lib
erals Share the Reported French With
drawal-,Xlridigation and Holy See—
l-arse Ptirebititi . of Rules for Missouri
—Complaints of Federal Oflieers—Ad
dress of the Governor General of Cu
ba—Terrible !Storm at Pensacola.
N to flittekits, Jun. 15.—Cottoto sales Me
budes• prices unsettled receipts for the
3,,,e3 bales against. S,aL.hairs last week; ex
ports for the eek, in rl5. bales; stock, 1173 , 21
bales, Sterling M. New York Exchange, 1 ,, , „
to he premium. Coffee; week's sales 135 sacks;
st...k, 1,787 sacks; Prime, Me gold.
the Amerium Colonists advise the people to
't qe a l. k tg:g..bt are more active inure the re
ported French withdrawal.
Maximilian has entered into a now concord
ent with the Moly Sae. Ile refused to repeal
the Cavil marriage act and the confiscation of
Chureh property, winch Itomeo iteknow ledge.
Mr. Prince, late United States Consul at !dm
3inoras, purchased of the Liberais four thou.
sand hones and mules, and sent them to Mi.
.mrl. lk is chargt•d that they were stolen
from netghboridg Mexican. film profits were
Complaints have been made that Federal of
doers tWlect unlawful toll across the Rio
Grande, and pocket the money.
Gen.Sersindls, Governor of Calm, was inaug
urated. In els address he promises conserva
tive progress and equal JU/Stlee, and praises the
army and people.
The stock of bll,lO . Is ate,e63 bones. The
!mica are limited. New tobacoo Is arriving
slowly. Began animated and advancing, in
an anticipated change of the tariff of the Uni
A terrible storm passed over Pensacola Bay
doing damage to the shipping and Fort Pick
The pluuttng of owerfloan lands le lively
and the people are hopeful of the new crops.
LATEST FROM NEW VORK.
Dore Cholera C 0... to the City—Bo
more of Cinders in Drootlyn--rnstalon
Coarse Trot Dexter Beata Patebea
Three !Drink:fait nests.
New Tons, Juno 15—Madnight.—In addition
to the death by cholera of a citizen In Eliza
beth Street, three other eases are renerto'l In
the city to-day—two persons residing in Wa
verly plasm and another in Cherry alley. The
names are unknown and the result of the die-
Übe Is not yet ascertained. Various rumors
of cholera here and In Brooklyn are current
to-night. Since last report, there has been one
death from cholera, and two now cases at
In the trot over Fashion Course, this after
noon, for ono th ousand dollars, mile hoots,
beet three in live, Dexter beat George E.
Futchon. Jr., in threo straight heats. The
time was 4,234, it 2% and 2.51 , i. The race was
cry waiting, and a large crowd was present.
(..havt.altoddy wen examined be. torn
WO Police Judge, on a charge of selling
au interest In the steamship Dakotah to Co.
Wm. E. Johnson, of Nevada, which Interest it
belle Cod he did not own.
A new steamer la won to be placed on the
11 mamma and California route.
The Fenian" are clamoring at headquarters
for money supposed to be la the treasury.
FROM NASIIVH.I.E AND MEMPHIS.
Fire la nasbrille—Loss 1513.000 Mar
deform allot atdlifonpids by a Friend
of Their Vietlem—A Waslinty Finnan
and His non Assassinated at Little
vtits, Juno lAA are this morning de
4troyed the banking and [awnless houses of
Locals & Lev crick, corner of Broad and Col
lege streets, and several adjoining buildings.
Loss, afloat, thousand, dollars, with but little
Missals, June 13.—While a posse were
winging into the city two men named 8. A-
Boget and Prank Wingnte, arrested for U3O
tounler of a man named rayneon Tuesday
night, who were informed on by Erbank, an
accomplice, who pointed them out near the
pity this morning, they were met by Hender
son, a relation of Payne, who shot all th ree,
killing the formerod mortally wounding
tlotiThe posse (Wa s tered him to desist. Re
nts , they fired, killing Henderson . Saint,
who tilled Henderson, was an uncle of the
A telegram from Lmie Rock, Dart night,
states that Dr. Webb,a wealthy citizen of that
atty. and his eon were murdered In bed by an
Destrgrellail or Woolen iiimd Cotten MUIR.
Puitanatrais, June 13.—This morning the
Woolen and Cotton Malls of authard Garbed
on Franktord, above Harrison street, were en
tirely destroyed by Ire. Logs Sila,mm. Mum
ranee 117%001 Foster d bb's COttOn Mill sa
'of olog was also burned. Loge .24004 Insu
rance tll,ew. The following are the ton,
minces in New York and Eastern Companies :
dorm and Security Companies, ati 3 OUO each,
and International and Metropolitan, 0,0130
coon ; all Now York Companies. Etna, Hart
ford, Royid,Liverpool, Spring - dead, Maassichu
gotta, and Narreigansett, Rhode Island, Nolo
oath. tinardlau of New York, Eltaltooto of
abode Inland and Relief of Now lark, S3,IM
ldurellug Ruwitor—lieported Assaudnir
Won of Judge Underwood at Mei An.
Wasuisoros, June 115.—A startling rumor
prevailed throughout the City this afternoon,
and in all the public Departments and In both
Rouses of Congress, that Judge Underwood
had to-day boon assassinated In Alexandria.
Virgtnin, by Dr. Maddox; but a telegram from
Alel4/...111/1 received this evening, in reply to
question, says Judge Underwood Is alive, In
his house. lie has not been shot, and Dr.
Maddox Is in Richmond.
Secret Slogs of Railroad East-
ROCEMITIA, N. Y. June 15.—e convention of
Railroad Engineers, over sixty in number,
representing all the organizations of that
clam In the United States and Canada, has
been in secret session here for twodays, and ad
journed last night. The avowed object was to
urevent strikes like that on the Michigan
Southern railroad. It la announced that a
plan was unanimously adopted, which will of
lect tho object to the satisfaction of the nom
pantos and engineers.
Letters of President, Lincoln concern.
WS the Pleated& Letldntnre—lmeree•
Nits You, Juno 15.—Thu Pithens publishes
letters of President Mumln to General Welt.
col concerning the calling of the Virginia Le..
glaisturs together. Be corrects the loges.
41011 that be had recognised the rebel Legisla
tere us a rightful body, as Judge Campbell
Death from atheism—The lodietment 91'
Fenian Proudest Roberts.
Env Yosx, June 15.—Thiz mornings well-to-
do climes died In Elizabeth street of Cbderv..
. . . .
District Attorney tiourtney, who has 'been
unable to elicit any testimony against Mr.
Roberts, the President of the Fenians, hal ile•
fermium' to lay what filets he has before the
Grand Jury now in session.
United States Senator trona New Kamp•
shire—Eleetton of Arr. Patterson.
CONCORD, N. IL, June 16 , ....The vote for
United States Senator in the House of Ilepre
sentatlves, to-day, rem iteu as follows: James
W. Patterson, 191), John A. Eastman, Mt Dan
iel Clark,S. In the Senate the vote stood:
Patterson, 9, Eastman S. Patterson Wan
warmly congratulated, in and out of the Slate
Howe, on his election.
SAN Ennoctsoo, June 141.--Gen. liallook Mar
tod north yestarday,on a tour of observation.
Goo. McDowell, It is expected, 'will soon' re
sume the tonneau= of the posts In his depart.
Wasnixeron, June 15,4 t is understood that
the President has vetoed tho hill to enable the
New York Montana Iron Manufacturing Oom-
Amy to Purchalie * certain. amount of the
pub le lands net now In the 'market. •
(leonine:m.o. W. June 11,--Major Gem Sher.
wan arrived hero thin afternoon ln the revenue
eager John A. Div. The General ',end staff
were. Invited up townby the Mayor and wore
entertained at a hotol s , after Caleb they left
in i =or col m Fo b
bele that the
-atom ferry Doan at Lawrenceville le er
rand Or sale. ' •
p~u.~r~.~-s: v ~e~_.s~t r= ~^i~z ~....m- d~..','~,x.2.a;~. '.'~~v 4~`~'~-: r,-..~~.', _' ^ "}J
Lorne stn. rr. over Third Pay,
Alleged Abduction—% norber Frill. In
1.0,e pleb o Young I.rol, unit Tuber
Forcible P0..e..100 01 llter'
the !'l 1000,11 10
t].. Ift.r.,t3gll 1i lA\ N I.l`
.:otrolui Ilan to ! , t,
at the h,a,, el a made tit , thew
"f the ~ , v aeta,•
~e.l In an 'tiered itm.,
-hertspot , e et t ;111- keearee Int it - Date
•.• her-In-law of the
hot:. a -, 11 h.. n etOectett
,ett. ee cream: that 11.) wadi
not 1t1) " 6 “ , . rettitten. and
Thal Ow girl— , ein 6.6 6 6, of age—
ra enettgh• ~.1,, K 16,11 , 1111 from
r,tta et ./11,6 6 -11.1 . 6
I Ito• tteyttetwe,l,
nai l iterrot , :t,tgly toottiy,l her h„, he
od etteee tile visa, sue. et, 1,, I fleet; to
to,rre yet, tkrt,l ,11 , 1 1 , , e t te,te the
wrath cot her brolltet,n-lite te. entitle wet;
111,•Ir 111.1m:icy. T. , tits proc.i..•fing
tun st.renet Illy' eTto- , 1, met te
1. , ill, Inamorata to elope wlth Mtn Istvond
the reach of Interference. B.l', es Is alleged.
the lady still refused to and rett end .•.I
her determination U 1 remain e il,ll letr sister
At length the 1'411.1111001 , hover i.11.1.00iC Wm
.telf to Ills humble profession again, in tile
yam hope of forgetting his passion. But all
his efforts at forgetfulness wore in vain, and
finally, unable to NUMe his feelings longer, he.
Trlosliily twit, sot.ght an Interview with the
object of his attachment, and prevailed on
her to accompany him to La ik" renenvllle for the
purpose of taking,' a walk and having a chat
over their mmlllol.l troLlhieB Wednesday
morning the young lady wtan tub - tiling, and on
Investigation it wait found that Ails 1111 , 1 not
Wren in her room the preceding night.
During Thursday the brother-in-law came into
possession of facts that led him to suppose the
missing in had been abducted by the barber
Fuld was held in his possession by force, where
alum be nopenred before Alderman Taylor and
testified to the facts above. stated.
itt Monday's issue we will doubtless Inc able
In give the sequel to tills strange affair, that
once more verifies the iteclaraLlOn of the Avon
Bard, that .. tilp COLIC. of true love never did
The International den'link riateh—Let
ter From Laughlin. Hamill's Trainer
—The American Champion Confident of
To Messrs. Thorruw Lender and Samuel
Evans we are Indebted for the privilege of
publishing a letter from Janice Laughlin, the
*trainer" of Hamill, the Pittsburgh-Ameri
can Otani pion oarsman, for the coming contest
with Kelly, the English chnuipion. HCCOM
panying the letter was an excellent group
photograph of Hamill, his brother John,
Chambers, the ex• English champion, Harry
Clasper and his son Jack, and also of Laugh
lin. The following is the letter
Yaw C•Firtx, Mitt 30,
Genic—l take pleasure or writing a few
lines to let you know that. we are bully and
getting along fine. Have not much time, but
thought I would keep my premise by writing.
Our rafts are made and We have been work
ing Very hard to got "Jimmy" in good trim,
lied think he will be AN well, if not better,
than ever he was. The climate is very cool
here and we work very hard. We like this
course and have a great many friends here. In
fact we were surprised when we came to meet
with the reception we did. But we are watch
ing friends and toes alike, and if they get the
better of us they will have to be pretty smart.
"Jimmy" has fourteen pounds to get off yet.
We have taken off twenty-eight pounds. He
will row at one hundred and fifty-one pounds.
We have seen Kelly row, and all the rest of
the !ewers. Kelly pulls like JOsti Ward—
crosa.handed and a little faster, but a very
long stroke. People aro betting dye to ono
on Kelly. They "can't WO" Jimmy's style of
polling. They say Greene, the Australian,
pulled fast, too, but could not hold out live
miles, and they think Jimmy or any other
man can't pull test and hold out. But we will
tench them better when we get through with
them. Jimmy will pall these Meet with faster
stroke than ever he did before, If he Is well,
and I think he will be. He la so far, and thinks
he has got a sure thing, in Lot is very cone
dent of beating Kelly. %We will get fair play,
and then, Tom, you will hear from us.
On my right, In the• picture, Is Harry Clan.
per and eon Jack. On Jimmy's right Is Bob
Chambers. Respects to all friends, and If we
con, we will. LAUGHLIN,
Claimer Hotel, NewCas tl e,astl England.
A Gem:made linfireirflo.
ft appears that a German named Chalice
Voight owes a small sum of money to a fellow
countryman named James Butt. The latter,
growing apprehensive that Volght would not
pay him, went to Alderman Butler's yester
day and desired that magistrate to issue a war
rant for Voight's arrest. Being informed that
he could not prosecute for debt, lie left the
office, swearing furiously against the framers
of the rental code for failing to provide punish
mentfor violater* of credit. A short distance
from the office ho met Voted, who he began
abusing in a shameful manner, using the
strongest adjectives that his mother Magee
would permit him to do. Weight bore it meek
ly for a time, but at length his p_atience be
cause exhausted and he quietly MI - armed Butt
that if ho did not immediately desist he would
be compelled to give him a striking idea of his
muscular power. No sooner had he made this
announcement than Butt hastened back to the
Alderman's office, where he preferred a charge
of surety of the peace against Voight, who in
the course of an hour after was carefully lodg
ed In the tombs, in default of the requisite
ball. Butt, by his insane conduct, has made
himself a butt of ridicule.
A Ripple of EZeiteMent.
The maul quiet of the Mayor's Office has
been somewhat disturbed for a few days past,
in consequence of the publication oy a cOtem
pmary of an "item , ' reflecting in severe terms
as a member of the force, and excoriating
him for alleged indulgence in pugnacious re.
marks ommerning a newspaper proprietor.
As we have it, th e omcer said ho would mash
the nose of the press man, or Mist such should
be donee,, th e provocation for so saying being
the publ ou, against expreanod request, of
the details of a police transaction wherein a
little strategy served to entrap a mate thief.
The aforesaid proprietor, having learned
through a friend and employee what had been
said by the °Meer, exercised his opportunity
to ask mare. through Us paper, designating
the onlcer as a blackguard, unfit to hold his
position, and intimated that his dismissal was
advisable. The Mayor investigated this per.
canal matter between ono of his offloers and
one of the proprietors of a city daily, on
Thursday, but we have not learned that the
officer has been dismissed.
liardacrabble wax convulsed with another ex
citement yesterday, in which Paddy Maguire,
Margaret White, and Catherine Glenn. playod
conspicuous parts. The cause of the trouble
was a fine specimen of the porcine tribe which
each of the parties claimed as their property,
Magutre alleging that he had raised the hog
in question from the time it was three weeks
old. Mrs. Mao vested her claim on the fact
that the wither of the "porker" belonged to
her, and that the pig in question had strayed
from her when quite a echos; and bad been
captured by Mrs. Glenn, who subsequently
disposed of it to Maguire. Mrs. Glenn eon
firmed the statement of Margaret, as lkr as re
lated to the sale, but stated In contradiction
that the hog was her's, and that Maguire had
never paid her for it.
When we left the scene of strife Mrs. Glenn
and started for Alderman Morrow's to insti
tute legal proceedings for the restoration of
the proscribed animal.
Reported Railroad Earnings.
The Comptroller or the Pittsburgh, Fort
Wayne and Chicago railroad, Mr. Witham H.
Barnes, makes the following of the approa'i
emu) earnings of the company during the
men u, of May ult„ compared with the earnings
for he same period last year:
1838, IBGS. Increase Deems.
Freights ..,21.11.757 17 an 44511 73 1 111.16,300 25 .
Passenger =IMO 88 Z 7,1312151 I 43, lii . 8)
F.3.lBstier. 8,151 55 13,958 211 1 mu 73
Malls • 7,3Z3 13) 7,825 WI
Hera of Itl. 7.863 33 7,983 MI
Illeaeleul 06 6,
1.930 172 25 . .
i---- --- -
Thud pimez, 171037,186 111 55,40 ell ...... ..
Ear , fr de 1
to Hey 31 .2,963,22011111,587,25123' . .. 833,983 48
The aggregate earnings for th e correspond
ing month In UM wore 15+11,242.73. Comparmg
the earnings of May, 1866, 5e72,04.1.17 with 11l
amount, an Increase Is shown of $184481.43.
The Greene County Gold Cane.
Yesterday a bearing took place before Al
derman Strain in the case ofJames M. Bum,.
of this city, charged by John Sutor, of Indi
ana county, with having obtained from him
numberder false representations. Witte a
of witnesses were extutilned. Barns,
it will bo recollected, (the muse having been
heretofore alluded to by us), is -scanned of
having induced Suter to parehue shares In
an Oil company, representing, among other
things, that In sinking a well on the territory
of the eemniuly, goad quarto had been dbacov
ered, and th at te investment In consequenee
was - likely to be a pay , one. This, how
over, did not prove to be t e case, andnenee
the prosecution byllutor,w o believes that he
was victimised. -The case was continued
until evening, but in the meantime a comps
mile was agreed upon by the parties.
A Quiet Place.—The Mayor's adios Is snob
at present. In our visits there durhig•each
day for some time pest we have found nal
most as quiet as a church during serrlea The
Mayor Is generally there at alitlmes,Attended
by nth two clerks, and Chief Have presidei
in the police room, attended by his staff of O
ne., over whom ho exerchiesoompletooontrol,
ad business being conducted under his direc
tion,. designating such °Moms as he sees llt
for particular services. Besides quietude, op!
parent perfect order seems to pervade lit eli.
Larcesyrdleatamie Phifilm otmlied with
i.recnyi oti oath of J. B. WlRtama merchant
tailor cm Smithfield Street, wee committed to
all by ideynrmaCaMhy, to await a
htIONIOSIAMMir iteXte •
(111 rite.. 1...1.
And f. (.....11) .
urottlftirturer, Ai: la+te,
will pniterris ..f tawn, pni
i ills. Cal ,ros un l ...e;n1.1.,, a loch
j>, rfert inn Thy milt I
mooning And wutlkin:z
phases:bid of the same neat and beaut;ful
pcatanee. But natem Ilt•L.1
high plate in the estimation Inc slemping
coin annity, It ladles and others Cflllllol
suited there, they must Indeed In (11511 , 11,,
to at oxtrome. The large and steibillv inee a
lac trade of this house renders lt.
neee.sary to keep a large and varied stock
lry goods vonstantly on hand, which they di—
of at rate= the most reasonable and
•1 , ,..( A large 1401511;er If attentive and ohlig
,llg Al; , ..liton are constantly In attendance tt
wall nom, ull n la. may favor the house with .
Return of the Feolanx
The lute nitiing west Inst. night
Brought hinny to thh com t
city t /111 tot rtol an d
ten of the Fenian soldim, who euietted In tits
-muse of Irish Liberty during the recent ex
,ltement. The “boy's is green" iii 1..1: clean
and neat Nail wero In excellent spirit,. Thi t
were bitter in their denunciation of President
Johnson and Secretary Coward, stating
had it not beau for the untimely Interference
of these men they would now be master.; ol
r.lanaila. They all are entbuslantic In prose
of their military leaders, and express the
:rreatest eonfideneu In the ability Of their
',commanders. They are not to disband, but on
. .he contrary will keep up their military or
ganizations until such times as the neutrality
laws may be repealed by Congress, and anoth
er grand strike will be Made for the founda
tion of an Irish Republic. The remaining
companies of the Pittsburgh regiment will ar
rive to-day and to-morrow. The Fenian` re-
quest ns to return thanks to Ihe citizens of
Buffalo for the many kinctnes,..,. received
from their hands during the brief en.hetrn of
the Irish army In that city.
Death of a CeoCenartan
The Waynesburg Repubacan says: On the
Sth, to this place, one l'endy Miles, familiarly
known in thin neighborhood as '•Old runny,-
died. This woman was born the slave of J as
deacon, who gave her to his son-in-law John
lioremsn, the first clerk of the Court in Greene
county, and the grandfather of the present
Governor of West Virgins. She was manumit
ted by Mr. Boremau for her "faithful services
and kindness towards his children" in the
year Isis, which Is recorded among the drat
records of this county. She had lived bare
from that time until her decease, but had for a
long Urns boon dependent upon the charity of
Our citizens for her support Raving outlived
the eidestof our aged residents, nothing del
imte Is known concerning her exact age, but
It Is generally thought she was near the ad
vanced age of one hundred and five years. She
lived a devout Christian.
heating of a tie Soldiers• League
A meeting of the Soldiers' League took
place last night in the City Building. General
J. B. Sweitzor reported that all 'the arrange.
ments for attending the Fourth of July Cele
bration at Philadelphia had been completed.
Gen. Pearson offered en amendment to the
constitution for the increase of the initiation
Pm to two dollars. efts Der cent. to go to the
charity fund. he following oMcers were
elected to serve for the ensuing six months:
General J. B. Sweitzer, President; Solltura
Keefe, Vice President; Charles F. M'Kennn,
Secretary; John IL Kerr, Treasurer, and Gen.
Barnes, General Pearson and Captain Pollock,
Trustees. An invitation was received and ao.
cepted to attend a soldiers' procession at Ba
kerstown on Thursday next, after which the
Dr. tioorge L. McCook, Pnyelelan to the
Board of Health, reports the following Inter-
ments from June 3d, to June IDth Me:
Of the above there were under 1 year, 3; from
from 1 to 2. 1; t 5 to MI, 1; O 3 to 30, 2,• SO to 40, 2;
40 to 50,1; 60 to 70, 1; 90 to 00, 1; 90 to 100, 1.
The diseases in the above cases were:
Pneumonia Typhoids, 1; Mania a Pots, 1;
Paralysis, 1; Phthiats Palmmune, 1; Old Ago,
I; Disease of Heart, 1; Injuries Received, 1;
Convulsions, 3; SIMI Born, 1; Irritability ot
A lavers-Keeper Brutally Beaten.
William Burns, a tavern-keeper on the
Brownsville road, near Birmingham, ap
peared before Alderman Strata yesterday af
ternoon and charged George Goldbaugh and
another man, whose name ho did not know,
with having oommittod a brutal tumult and
battery upon him. They obtained "drinks,"
for which they not only refused to pay, but
when asked to do no, they, as alleged, set upon
Burns, knocked him down and beat and kicked
him about the head and face, loosening his
teeth and Indicting other severe injuries.
Warrants were issued for the arrest of the as
A Big Thing.—A special dispatch was re.
ceived yesterday by a gmtleman of this city
from the Dnakard Creek oil regions, stating
that the "Bobtail" well Is now pumping at the
rate of two hundred barrels of oil par day.
This is nn immense well for that and
as the dispatch comes from B. C. Slocum, ~
a responsible gentleman, we presume it 111
liable. The "Bobtail" well is owned by a few
gentlemen of Ibis city, who may now regard
their fortunes made.
E'er Surety of the Peeee.—Alfred Heed_ ,
residing In Pitt township, was held to bail
yesterday for a hearing today on Labarge of
having made threats of bodily harm to aeon
of Margaret Beeps. It is alleged that Heed
some time since committed an assault and
battery on the lad, and that recently MI has
threatened to repeat the castigation. Hence
the prosecution before Alderman Strain.
Good Woi4.—The indefatigable street ooni
minim:Ler Hunter 13 hard at work placing the
central part of the city In good sanitary eon
dltion. fie has already abated the nuisances
of the Fifth and Ninth wards, including the
ditty ponds, and will now bring the merchants
In the lower districts up to the matter of sani
national Bunk Note Beporter.—We
have received the current number ot the Na
tional Bank Note Reporter, always a welcome
roller in our counting room. it is the most
',Amble bank note reporter in the United
States, and since our county has been flooded
With counterfeit money, it proves Invaluable
to the handier of currency.
Clourpromtsed.—The calm of Moore d
Chambers vs. Robert Lt. Davis, on trial for
several days In the Court of Common Pleas,
before Judge Stowe, was brought to a Mose
yesterday by a oomproudse, the defendant
=Wag to pay to the plaintiffs the sum of
Pittabwingla Wessels College.—annwal
Address.—The annual adittross to the pupils
and &Jenne of the Pittsburgh Female College.
will be delivered in the College* Chapel, on
Monday evening, at 7% o'clock, by Rev. Dr.
Reid, of Cincinnati. Dr. Reid has a duo repu
tation, and a rich intellectual feast is in store
for those who attend.
A.oussal Bersisoss.—The annual sermon to
the pupils and friends of tho Pittsburgh Fe
male College will be preached In Christ's M. E.
Church, to-morrow afternoon, at 8 o'clock, by
Her. Herrick Johnson, Pastor of the Third
Pro:nisei* so Leove,—Bridget Callahan was
yesterday before Mayor Morrison charged
with , vagrancy. The worthy magistrate gave
her $1.50, and allowed her to depart Under the
promise that she would rid our sister city of
Admitted to 13•11.—Adam Becker who we
noticed -in yesterday's issue as having been
committed to jail by Alderman Straw for
beating his wile, was released, yesterday, on
giving one thousand dollars ball.
AO Aelknowledgwient—We acknowledge
the receipt of a certificate of honorary mem
bership of the Hygela ho pi n g Club, for. which
we return our thanks, that the Byres
to only Dace in name.
gelded.—Androw Thompson was charged
by James Lynch before Justice Bart A al ,r ye t
terday, with assault and battery.
hearing, the case was settled, each party Pay
ing balTthe costs.
LeakELL—o.Thtusawmonant. the nth. Mr
ettARLICS H. ISBACI.L.
1111 11111 11111111111 l hislate residence,
No. 61Thtra'ssne1, on BILTOILDAT, the 10th, se 10
o'clock. a..• E.
FAIRMAN & SAMSON,
UNDERT A I Z:I 4 IRS,
196 Smithfield St, cor. 7th,
ant-ranee tromallensa Eltreeta
122 1 PSVM3BITELCidEE,
AND 133 3ANDIMET -MD= •
=MAD - 'AL131:011:6211r, PA.
li id i x ii4 vi tt o ra a , llTlMi si g
of Zia col' *boas retraussa. -
wog asL,kl,..Wgrir„,' iiil .
beastaiMwtaii e'f o orb
lisaltozz.D:D... ~ _ ,".
THE WEEKI,I GAZETTE.
TWO EDlTlultiS ISSUED,
UN RODS ViIIIATS AND MA I IMI)A YM
,dll.lon torwlLrded e,lch w I.i 9... c.;
..nneet as the h”0.., Mn
Y 1 . 1F2t, PER
,L , FIVE
I I I, IE , ANI,I
DUNSEATH & CO.,
Sliver aid Sliver Plated Ware
LADIES' .4\D GENT'S
'NAT .Zl..il' ii .
AT GREATLY REM( 1 ED PRICES
WILT. T. 10721.-a33 , ir'ES,
,frs WI L IE
. ra NEAR
JOHN ntO , vu two,
• OHNSTON N. SCOTT,
Pine IVatches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SILVER-PLATED WARE, ETC.,
l AN UNUbUALLY LARUE T. , 4
:UMMER DRY GOODS,
JUST OPENED AT'
180 and 182 Federal Street,
Barr BLACK SILKS,
tither with a comlete assoent of
I o te da, wid th will be p sold at Low rtm Prices. Se
Die and 189 Federal Street,
11:18 Above the DRISIIOI3II, Allegheny City
%OARS I ITLOAKS I
JUST RECIIVED AT THE
!IFTII T. CLOAK NESE.
1 ELEGAIIT CLOTH ILICQ,IIEB
'Selling at 02,50,
New Cloak Howe, 49 Fifth St.,
VANN get mil FEW= nar y
$B, $B, $B, $B,
Such as other Dentists charge $lO for,
OR. QUINCY A. SCOTT'S,
Third Door Above Hand.
A MI set torslo, sorb as others eharge from lII*
to VA for. A full set for from $l9l to $154 which
ve guarantee to be bottertban can be mane at any
other establishment In the west at any pries.
Call and examine his Speci
mens and you will be convinced.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. '1
Laughing Gas Free in Every Case.
For Extracting when Artithdal
Teeth are Ordered.
Has Entire Charge of the
NY. J. lICANZ..J. Z. 11,01SLLLAD..11AXI.
McCUELLAND & CO.,
CorneriTederal and Lacock Streets,
Destars to ettOnts, Oils,: Varnishes, Drags, Dyes
atut, egmtl a am.. Standard sod Patens Had
trrit Mad as low an agrolis n e d gitiftl%r i rar d.
J . SCHOOPIKAILEII & SON,
Pillsbarsk White Lead Works,'
PURE WHITE LEAD, .
SLUM LLD 41111 81 11? 1:6101L 1011 PAINTDO
lac). OS VlTematlL Ilitrear&
, . EFFERVESCING
• CITRATE OF MAGNES/A t
t os. bottms. la toe farm of rowroar: iar ode %-
pi all Wholesale Druggists. -rfojtsmor,bf
Arial:TA 80GER111. 1:*oottot,
BRICK • NALICHINE
TlONA peweeL BUICK ICABILINZ etateeciefill entr e
two-hoe. ghee splendid .11tleka. do,
with wel se l diehted sage. see Itelltusa lenges. pee
amehlue does not pern)l¢llk* We e= for It' we •`,
will lake It bath and rented len money !Wenn
1111tAll 8.1041:141. sener4Ullo49c-/ ureedwurt' ,•;
20 CAIIESICASTOROI . I4 7 1
16011 1 1 " - /1111411Z W 4 V 4 - 1-. .. 4'.
Opposite Old Theatre.
ikv..•., se 4 = 1
No. 278 Penn Street,