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THE, rmouson GAZETTE.
?EBBW, & CO.,
AT GAZETTE BUILDING,
Na. 86 31P1XL1a 1111Troot.
T. B. piliaraileriia. &num.
T. P. ammo'. i
Maile (Wee I ante.
Delivered by wrist, (per ereet1."......113 rents.
Paliserrbere. (Per nu) —•••••—• 'go°.
Liberal ridaelloss to Newsboys and Aauw
• :TIMM 705 WZ7ALLY:
'hies °opus, per yeo.r. by 160
Five - • do. do. do. 123
Ten, or mine tordes, to one &Wm" and
Art Metal. num.= lE:ep.
Adinited' withoit 14W,' by Dr. Spencer.
To Those:A/Meted with lloptare.
If this alle - uld moot the eye of say one who,
either by accident or ottiorwlee,ls placed In
rho hot of. thoee stove named, -we would
-any to Mtn respectfully, that Dr. HOME', 111
Wood streetiand ISO Penn street, cenuttrects
every kind of applltuMe for physical defer.
mity of °Very: eotteclvablennture. .
The DoctOrproposes;to adept tatnutoa to
Persons of overy4taro, no Matter of how long
duration, aid woUld" admocitib' those who
have doomed themenlves Inourablo to give
Itlnt.a Calf, foilliito beat eneblid to relieve
a vaat intslben prlcersona whotto relief was
cousidire4fOrpetient • To Unica who hither
ttillave beetittlyrlttad With . uncomfortable
.iiiieetfully ask 'an ex,
Uminiticittif hbirtiodel now Truss. which,
IsactionStructed as to Meet every Indica.
ifoitixt \Mist kinds of ileums. .
" Mitre are that:Made of p ers o ns enwho have
Wiwi* Injured themseive,s byballyfittUng
peal* whit fa vary little .additionar ex.
bean, could have had the most perfect and
comfortable appliancce that are made.
There are many diseases aim that simu
late hernia, so nearly, as to readily mislead
Liiiiktoetittinad and.impractical, that It
WOuld be well for all those afflicted to cut
tine ctut, for fututereference.
The Doctor also has apparatus fo varico.
cell, bydrooola, plies, prolamin of the liter.
us,prolipsus of the bowels;-broken or verb
cone veins, and every kind of device for the
relief and cure of phyidinil aliments and de.
• Chinese Ginger in Syrup.
TOrtrtigntiii - linirand of • ileer. Borden s
Condensed kink; Imperial Bordeaux.
,and . ..Ttikkinr Prrniee, Dates; end Figs.
Soealess Muscatel and London Layer Rid.
sins, Cross and Maoldatd notodPlekles and
Mustard. Sanotns b•Keservai, Seim
sips, • r i lehled Oysters, Choeo
latoh fresh :Pears arid
Apples In Maas
Jars, Canned Fruits, and Vegetables. Virgin
Oil of Aix, Chorea Mizell Cloaks, all kinds
in ' , crown and, American Ruts.
Candy, bintsellonbone?do., 30.
.112 Federal O s zone.t reet, Allegheny.
Llasaril obelwastall'a cod Liver - 011. -
1%0 /ferret und Sweetest Llod,Lver.Oß is
abe world. —nianilfaCtured troin - freisli
bealtbY /Ivere..upon.tbo imoeborn It to
perfectly pure and 'Wert. - Ask for Nlazard
Caswell'a Cod Liver OIL" manufactured
enowari, MACK a. CO. Now York
Sold by all druggists. ' xw
Oja!ers, oystiri, Oysters.'
Tho'oyater Beason will moon elms and in
sintsblpation of event, itoltzheinsor, the
popular proprietor of the Continental' Ss.
.lorin, next door to .the 'Post :0113co, Fifth
/street., receives the most luscious and temp
tine Of blmilres to be Obtained, In America.
Call fn and see for yourselves.
Our. spring .Lyles of uU. Basques and
Sacqbei, beantlfullytrltamed . and 'made et,•
which are sold eery low, at the Philadelphia
Cloak, House; No."ee M iarket - Street. Glee
Blin a call and satisfy yourself before imr
The Beat Mole
Served in the City aro, found at ressonablo
Prices at ilmerell.icaciiin and popular Con
tinental fielotynineskdOor ip thet - Postotace;
nu puttiawrixertstbat best of epicarlan
artist, isheimes, Presides.
°Earring Goode Is superb in every respect,
and the new prices are astonishingly low.
Gardiner's Monster Palace Shoo Emporium,
No, 6a Frlth street.
111arldo Ico Cronin Soda Yountaln, Dowse
patont,as good as now, only in nee for a`
,ebart tlmo,lar nalftelleap. Apply at No. c
Ylftliptroot. ' •
The greatestr Yarlety of Boots and Shoes In
the city. Tboy are good. Gardlner's Moo.
stor alaca Shoo Emporliam; Ho. CO Fifth
dt Gardiner's Molester Palace ghee Emporl
tun, No. GO Filth street.. •
French: English and Ameriean
Soap's and , Cosmetics, for sale by Kama d .
Varalga Llano= at all lands at.lotraph S.
rinoh'a Distiller/. NO. 338. MOM and 195
Paint wad Whilesaah 'trestles; A,
Whgbasale and rotbg, by &urz
(7(k -to XlimilneslittigSlore.
No. el Market street, for the finest assort
meat of .13rOitots of all lanky, and •Tollet
. Go taYlensloa's Draw Store,
Ito.St Market street, ter Clark's, Harvey , '
and Chem:nut's .Pentale .t . illa—Sole Agent
for the Cltk,
Oo to Flatailliei Drag store,
No. 64 Market street, for the best Potash .
and Soda ..teh la the Clty— t,6 lowest prices:
Dye:Cotesti', tied Dje
Par sato byBA2n k Dirtur, Druggists, Alle
You Oast Bay
9 8 Parteat. +timbal at . Jamb, 84 linclll.
Ton can Biy
NOW ROW at Joseph'.. l'inen's-
Brom Peru lila announced that there Is a
prospect of a settlement Of the diMcultles
of that power with . Spain, as B.was believed
Chili was &bent to Ittlandcm her alliance; but
a wok between Peru and Chill is feared. •
. terrine thunder storm destroyed more
than' twenty bowies and kulßd about one
.hundred persons in Bolivia.
Tne Busslashasmirloan treaty la sald to be
a piece of Mr. Seward's diplomacy. Lead_
log Bodied!. IneludingThaddeus Stevens
favor It. •
LOULIA Co.i'llvier *dealers, bf arida
wit!, IiAVo failed, with lArgo 11101111.1egi
nevem:La bracers seized the stock.
In the election at Dayton; Ohio, on Mon
day. the whale Republican ticket was eleot
ed. by an average majority of tour hundred.
• • .
. Cotton dostkryod by a fire In Boston, on
NondaY night. vas' ?Wood at $00,000; - total
loss, 00,0010 fully Insured.
The roads 'planet% And some of the cord.
aro of Lowrance, Mass., etrack ycetardrry
for 10 hours.
John A. Italdertnan, anttradleal, was
elected Mayor of Leavenworth, and Lion,
B. Eel:able, Mayor of:Lawrence, ..lianose, on
From Ire'Walt Is reported that another
Foul= Thing win take place after the se
vere weather moderates. Snow had fallen
without a siarS . ,lntermlaslors for affeen
xegroes voted Witharot distort:atom at the
mturicipalphictions la Denver and Central
City, • orsdo Territory, on g c ,,,, hy ..
Th Mayor - of Memphis offers a reward of
five h • dred dMiarsj for the - murderer of
Gen.: • •ead,:aud the same amount for
Fer : •• •a'9 murderer.
Ilardwisk, aka farley Johneark,
of a: wulFknowa Min in - New York
• • aded with , =ay Oates, accounts,
raw and Wwagon. The UM hoard of
was In Cht=ago. •
aoadrat. tram Tara Crux "writee
ea reader of tbe clty aad beea de
by the lateral General Gomez.
• Parthalro.caupie4 Puebla.
Perry and,Adolphns Melo, or
.le, r towetbeeu.rselected .Presiclent
I celProshient or the Union Pacific
D/VlOlOl2. The Board Of
are about the same as hut year.
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YOLUKE LXXXIL-NO. 78
ONE O'CLOCK. A. M.
Police Bill Petitions.
NI DIVISION OP LOWER ST. CLUE TOWNSHIP.
Free Railroad Law Special Order
, for Wednesday Evening.
Fusels' Disinteh w the Pittsburgh Oszette.
.11annxsucuo, Anal 1, ISM
24 S ot to session.
- MUSE OF lEEPEESESTATIVES.
From inhabitants of Pittsburgh. in Ivor
Of the Police bill; alai:, from inhabitants of
Lower St. Clair township against a division
of laid district: also, from inhabitants of
too village of Bloomfield, Liberty town
ship. against being" annexed to Lawrence•
Mr. Josephs moved to reMmsidcr the bill
to hispoct cattle in Philadelphut. Agreed
to, and the bill made the special order for
iszronva or COMCISTYSS.
An act to change the venue lA4E:obtain
came from Fayette to Washington county:
To authorize the borough at Lawrence
ville to appoint Viewers. .
To authorize the Increase of taxes for the
borough of T6mperancoville.
•Aat to repeal the..stot . providing Inc the
paymeMt of bounties by the commissioners
of Vemulgo county.
Pats IZAILtOI9 LAW.
Mr. Janke offered a resolution that the
free railroad law bo the special order for
VrestileadaY.e'rearti, which' was flgrded-1.0,
aline is rLecx.
By Mr. Searlght: To allow the School
rectors or Perry Loki:l3lop,
to levy a bounty tax.
By Mr. Grapatn: To regulate the assess.
meat of taxes to Pittsburgh; also, to erect a
new county out of parts of Allegheny and
Butler. to be called noble sou.'
By Mr, Lowry: To erect a now County out
of Dar's' of Lawranco, Crawford and To.
By Mr. Brown, (Mercer): i To allow Reno
Land Company to acquire, hold and dispose
of real estate. •
By Mr. Brown, (Lawrence): A supple.
meat to an act relating to paving streets In
By Mr. Graham: B.esolutlons of the
Connell, of Allegheny City ,against the
proposed Consolidation act.
The feilewing general laws were passed:
construe do supplement to the:act
relating to railroad Companies, passed
1866, to Ruthenia the President and Di
rectors of railroad Companies to deter
mine by resolution the manner le which,
and persons to wham, the increased capital
stock thereof may be sold, the umonnt of
instalments thereon, and the time and man
ner of payment.
A supplement to the school Dill, giving
titles having ten thousand inhabitants the
right to elect Superintendents.
Supplement to the net amending the laws .
' Aot to authorize tha Lineal:nor to appoint
persona to visit Prisons and Almshouses.
Ant regulating the interest on public ae
Joint. resolution to rests° the tax laws by
the Auditor Gtmeral, State . Treasurer and
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Supplement to the act relatlsc to lunatics
and habitual drunkards. -
BEIVATO BELLS PASSED.
The following bills on the pnvete calendar
To make the term of the Mayor of Alle
gheny City two year&
An act to Incorporate the Konongahtla
Valley. liallzoad. .
An act to authorize the Ocrrernor to in
corporate abridge over the Allegheny laver
at the .foot of Taylor 'treat, Ninth ward,
Supplement to the act for the Improve.
merit of Highland avenue, in Collins. town
Act to incorporate the Building and Sax.
lags Aasociation of the city of Pittsburgh. •
Act to incorporate the Cooperative AOllO.-
elation of East Birmingham, for mercantile
Act to incorporate the Co-operative Asso
ciation of South Pittsburgh.
Act to increase the capital stock of the
Vans' ago Water company.
Act to incorporate the Western recant.
Tanta Military Academy.
There la a. largo delegation of Pittsburgh
Councilmen - here advocating tho passage of
the, Consolidation bill.
The education and sciamtenauce of the
soldiers , orphans.
Mr. McCready moved to amend, that the
children of colored soldiers be admitted to
• Hr. - Ewing further amendedathat incases
where several schools cannot be maintall-.
ed. they be admitted.
Thelso ammdments gave rise to consider
able dtteussion of a party nature.
• 11.r.Ewintes amendment was carried—St
3i.r.•Lintim offered an amendment that
the parents or guardians have leave to
withdraw their children, supporting 'thy a
speech, claiming that there was a prejudice*
existing against colored children being ad
mittedto the . same .schools as white
Mr. Erring's amendment mu stricken out,.
and the bill passed unanimously.
NEW YORK CITY NUTTERS.
Donk Trade Mi le—Trade Strikes—Me.
milting Cruelty to Citlin— The Mils.
cretins aimed Prom Being Lynched
by n ball:toile Priest.
maw Vona, April I.—The book trade sale
to-day passed egret remunerative rates.
Thu strike among the laborers sod Jour.
neymen km not become general.. The ma.
sons have, however, decided to demand
*kW from Monday nt, and to
cease work if their deexmands arethreaten
A man named Vanderbilt, residing Muth
Sactiniack, New Jersey, was arrested for
treating a girl thirteen years of age with
revolting cruelty. The child - WAS taken
from tire Asylum of Orphan , and Destitute
Children in New lork to do general house
worx; and it lealleged' that the "child was
tied up by the wrists and whipped until her
desk was badly mangled. Toe child sue-
Ceeded in escaping, and made the facts
known to the neighbors, who threatened to
lynch Vanderbilt, but were- deterred by a
Catholic priest. -
-Ab inimeatis by tievernorßrownlow
— e leepesehmeas of Judge res-
N April Z.—Governer Brownie's
has appointed Horace it. Harrison. Chan
cellos of Me Nashville Divialon, "fee David
Campbell, resigned, and John llngh Smith.
Jl:ilia° of the Criminal Court of Dzvidsoo.
vise J. N. Frazier, resigned.
The articles of impeachment preferred
against Judge Frazier wore to no tried by
the State Senate next month. His resigna
tion being received, the trial cannot take
Itt'SSIAN-ANEPICAN POSSE SIONS.
The Transfer to the United States
a 2datter of Indifference to Great
A FICHT WITH FENIANC
11.171381 AN ♦XXIIICAX rOPRESSION.S.
LOsnox, .Aprilti.7-I , r the rronse of Lords,
laat night, the Duke 01 Buckingham, Colo
nial Seerstary, mkt the moat - lastly° transfer
or the Russian North American possessions
to the tinzted States was a matter of Indif
ference to England.
Drawn, April 2.—A dispatch from Cork
reports s fight ID the vicinity of that city,
this morning, between the troops and &baud
of Fenlans. Several rebels wore taken prix•
YINASOIAL AND COVVIACIAL.
rAits, Aorll I—American bonds,"Bl%.
LONDON, April 2.—Advlcoe from Bombay
state that tho growth of cotton in that re
gion boo greatly incroasod.
LONDON. April 2—F.rcnino.—ConNols closed
vt 91; Five-Twenties, 73; Infants Central, 79;
Pansis'April I.—Five-Twenties FP'.
lavgar.r., April 2.—..iffernoon.t-Cotton
alichtiv declined; Middling 121 , 0; Bread
stuffs firmer and advancing. Corn: lOs tkl for
mLted western. California Wheat naval,.
cell; No. 2 quoted at 133 Ed.
Ltvcarom., April—Prening.—Cqu ota. otion
closes dull; sales 7.00 bal. Closing
tions: Middling Up o lands es 12%.a13. Advlces
from Manchester unfavorable. Breadstuffs
firm. No.l Mod Wheat, 120.34; white Call
fornini las. Gd. Flour, toe. Corn, Us., au ad
vanes of Gd. Marley. .5. Gd. Oats, a.. 3 , 1.
Provisions generally unchanged. Pork, Ns.
Beef, 1275. Gd., Co advance of ads... Macon,
tea. O f d. • Chome, 60s. Lard, 421., a dcMine - of
Gd. Produce unchanged.
Maximilian Completely Surrounded
HIS CAPTURE CONFIDENTLY EXPECTED.
WAsmoterotr, April L-011:clal newel from
Sao Lula rotor,' to IAo 11th ult. has Oren CO.
The expocied Imttlo,near Queretaro Lea
not yet taken piano.
liscobetto is appointed to the command of
the concentrated arising in the northwest,
and Trevino has succeaddd Escobodo as
commander of the army of the north.
Maximilian anti troops were at Queretaro
fortifying the city.
The Liberals occupied Lacstancia De Las
Va.., nine miles went of (teem-taro, on the
Cedoyn road—Santa Rosa. ten miles north,
on the tun LUIS road; Cnenta Cel Hens,
eight miles - ELS3T; . on the road to the
city -of Mexico, and Ageoto, close to
the south. The city le therefore surround.
ed on all skies and communication
entirelyout off. Itaxlmillan atterep •
tedlto send reconnoitering parties out, bet
they inv-srintily went. over to the Liberals,
stating the troops • inside were much
demoralised,and that ' the natives would
loin the Liberals as soon as they would
have an opportunity.
Th. Imperiallets had about 1,300 men in
the pity of Mexico. Most of them however,
have been forcibly taken into the service
and cannot be rolled on.
detiniala Diego Itittrez, Itiva, Pinto,
Itartlnes,Lasto, Nees and others, Invest
closely the city of Ilexleo, and had already
isolated It from the Interior.
Puebla was defended by 2,00 men under
Noreigo, and tiewiral Dias, with.ls,ofe men,
bad bewaniits operations to take it..
Should Maximilian be captured at (lore
tarn as Is confidentially expected be wilt,
Mexico and Vera Cruz will be surrendered
without firing a single shot more.
THE PARIS EXPOSITION.
Format. Opening—lmtheimo Throng—
Tim American Department—local
ci racy' oi Commissioner Beckwith—
Reception of Emperor and £m
Sew Yong, April '2.—The• ficruid has the
Pail's, April I.—The great Paris Universal
Exposition was formerly evened this morn
log. The day was observol as a holiday by
the entlre• population. At eleven o'clock
the doors were opmed, and by the time the
Emperor arrived there were live thou-and
persons on the inside.. Outside at least one
hundred thousand people had assembled.
Thorn were eight thousand police on duty,
and the order was excellent. Every car.
i :rgflgt ts :lrn s o t ti o Ift r u n n b d " t n ite m ert y o e si:
Lion &rein a lamentable state of Confusion.
Not one tenth of the goals are opened and
arranged. The French department Is to
the beat order, next to that is the ithaslan,
and third the Zuglislß All the other de
partments are not ready.
The American Department Is one of the
most incomplete, and the Commissioners,
Exhibitors, and Americans generally in the
city, are very mash dissatisiled with Cot:.
missioner Beckwith, who, it appears. is to
tally inediciont. The only department In
operation Is the restaurants, but even hors
Ameticons are behind hmad. The only goods
which have .been damaged on the voyage
At one o'clock the Invited guests assent
bled 'ln the art gallery, where America
made a line show, many Sine pictures beteg
exhibited and well hang, but the English
display was mach greater. When the guests
gathered, however, I he enperiority of Amer
ican ladles was conceded. They were the
belles of the day.
A brilliant companyi blazing with die.
mends and orders, tilled the Central Hall to
welcome the Emperor and Empress, who
came precisely at two o'clock. They drove
up a long avenue covered with a vet vet can
opt. of green and gold, decorated with flags
and lined wile soldiers. They alfghtedat a
splendid pavillton especially built for the
imperor. The Emperor Immediately reap
peared and gave his arm to the Empress,
and proceeded on foot to the main door.
Proceeded by the chamberlains, the party
passed round the entire satiety, nearly . a
mile long. The emperor spoke a few words
to oath Commissioner, but at the American
department be stopped with the Empress
and bowed to lathe crowd, who were cheer-
Inir . heartily. -
The Expodtlon will not be ready until
May. One-half of the space is allotted to
Franee, and that is not complete.
The English are very strong in machinery,
beating the Americans ln that department.
There Is nothing like so tlylll7 traugors
here as were expected.
The number of Americans is not mach
;treater than usual every season. Prices
have gone up fearfully. The hotels raise
theircharges fifty par cent. after this week.
it Is useless to come to see the exposition
The Connection& Election.
iiill77ollo, COML. April Y.—The returns
of the election in this State am nearly in.
The following is the result within a frac
tion: The Democratic State ticket Is elect
ed by VC majority. Democratic majority
on Congressmen, 1,(00. Average Demo•
erotic majority on whole ticket, Igo.
Iletchkies (Dem.) Is elected to Congress in
the Second District by 2,500. Hubbard (Dem.)
is elected In the First District by MO. Wm.
L. Barnum (Deta.) Is elected in the Fourth
District by COO. The Republicans clan
Btarkweather, In the Third District, by
I,7C Th o.
e Legislature is Repribliosn by a small
and reduced majority In each Rome.
MADISON April I.—At tbo cha rt er olco.
ticket W 0 elected by
247) majority. lion. A.l. SauDorn was elected
.31n.w.sczae, April 2.—Thorcitmlelpal old°•
Lion today resulted In the election of t➢e
Democratic ticket by WO majority. E.
Was elected Mayor.
KLTILITAM... Wisconsin. April 2.—At the
election to-day, M. M. rittlt, Republican,
We, elected Mayor.
FROM THE PLAINS.
Haocoek•s Indian Expeditious—Severe
Weather In Utah and Colorado.
hr. I. ems, April —The Dentocenrs Juni,
lion City oorrespondent says that than. ❑an
cock's Indian expeditton, 13,000 strong, was
at halms on Saturday.- Gen. Hancock pro--
pates to go to Fort c arrod, on rho g.ta r oe
road, where ho will Invite the Chiefs of the
hostile tribes to hold a council to donnas
tortes of peace. It they fail toagree be will
Immediately enter upon a vigorous war
Advisee from Utah and Colorado say the
weather was intensely cold In March, in
come localities the mercury falling forty dw
'men below faro. The snow pas wry deep,.
sad dlasstrons Boma urn looked for in-the
mountain districts. A largo number of
ones Augurhave frozen to death: , l
(kn. a nd stiff and lefty passengers
are snow bound at Love Station, CU the
Northern Pacific. Railroad.
PITTSBURGH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3. 1867.
FOUR O'CLOCK, A. M
WASH I N GTON.
Large Number cf Appointments,
FINANCIAL AND MINT MATTERS
WAannicrox, April 2, k 67.
The President to.day communicated to
the Sonata a large number of nominations.
411 the business marl:Medlin the executive
iteislon was the rejection of Jo•lenh C. 4;
Kennedy, as Commissioner of Agriculture:
and of Henry J. Commoner, as restmasqr
at Toledo, Ohio. ,
The Committee on Foreign Relations have
not yet come to a coneltmion on tho ltunslan
3IOCELITICS U.OOO OF 11.14,111011 C OLLOTOILILD..
The National Mechanics Bank of InsitL
more has, by the prompt and judicious no-.
don of Its directon. under the guidance of
the Comptroller of Currency, been enabled
to report to its stockeolders an milthpalrol
capital of 4100,000, and Is thus sneed from
the necessity of ilquidation at the Lauds of
a receiver. Its' capitol 1109, by n rote of
the board of armors, been increased to
the original amount,
TrRUC DEDL RTATtIMT.
The public debt Stai,CMOLIL Will be forth
coming on Thursday. The coin balance in
the Treasury in 1 1 107,Ggi,000, Including about
$13,000,000 of gold certificate,. The receipts
from customs during March were al:weeny
large, 11(7,MM:it*. The internal revenue re-
ceipte appear comparatively small.
THE WM? Laws !
, The Secretary of the Treasury, tn. reply
to a resolution, has Aunt to the Senate a let
4nr to the effect that the suggestion of a
revision of the mint lawn Is a suMect. well
'worthy et consideration, bring In many
particulars rinatlapteil to the regulremnntb
of commerce and the greatly Increased
production of bullion. Many amendments
bare recently been proposed, among, which
are prepositions for the mint to relin
quish the refining of gold and .sliver
and leave that MlA:less wholly to
Private enterprise, and the repeal of the
coinage charge. Without expressing an
opinion upon these subjects at the present
time, he transmits a communication from
Louis S. Garrett, of :nut Francisco, former.
ly an officer of the branch mint, and now
connected with an extensive silver refinery.
He says a complete abrogation of all taxes
and ret.trictions upon mining enturPridta,
and the repeal of all charges at the mint,
wouldtend to develop the country and en
hance its Products. •
The iiteretary of the Treasury ban dedig.
noted Helena, Montana, es the port of entry
for the CJlloctiou District of Montane and
jrriIIS.A.T. aff , C,llle. '
The receipts of internal revenue to-day
the Senate in Extra Session
Was nitsorox, April 2, 107.
CASE 01' one .11•11.YLAND sms.tvou.
Mr. JOHNSON rose to a privileged ques
tion., and . defended Philip Yrank Thomas,
Senator elect from Maryland. against the
charge contained In the report of the k
of Commerce in legit, that he, while Sect,
tary of the Treasury, railed to provide for
the payment of interest nu the public debt,
falling due January, 1011. Mr. Johnsen
.1.1 , 1 to be reed a long letter groin Mr.
Thomas to defense at his totally end
conduct, showing that ho successfully
made each prorismn.
Mr. HOWARD said ho had brought this
matter last March before the Senate for the
benefit of the Judiciary committee. Ile
was no accuser or prosecutor. bat it did
seem strange that, although the report wan
made some five year. ago Mr. Thomas bad
net until recently heatd o at, notwithstand.
Mg extras were published in the .lintionel
losolligenecr in May, Mt.
Mr. JOIINSON explained: After leaving
Washington to laid, Mr. Thomas went to his
farm 113 Maryland, and did net see the Intel
ligeneer. and only subscribed to the 'Latti
more Sun. Ou motion of Mr. JO/INSON the
letter of Mr. Thomas, defending himself
against the charge of treasonable conspir
acy to damage the public creditoras ro.
forced to the Judiciary Committee..
The Scntute then Went Into executive see.
BREAKING OF MISSISSIPPI LEVEES
Scrims Parishes Overflowed.
GREAT DAMAGE AND SUFFERING
New Ontesers, April 2.—The numerous
breaks in the levees assure the domination
of the richest portion of southwestern Lou
isiana. By the giving
. way Of the grand
Levee Morgan, the tufa _overflows seven
parishes. This wasrma of the largest works
of the kind In the world, and was but en.
The work Is progressing at Boman tree
foss, fifty-elx miles above this city, with
some hope of closing it. The most recently
reported break is nine miles below Buten
Bongo, which will do Immense damage. The
overflow of this seetion of the country will
cause groat suffering among the poorer
classes of whites, and throw thousands of
freedmen upon the resources of the Bureau
during the coming season.
Elm loinnetion to Prevent an Election
of Constitntionni Convention mom
bera—Arrival of American Colon/ix.'
DALTIYons, April the Superior
Court to.day,On the application for an In
jriction to restrain the High Sheriff of city
from holding an election for Members to
the Constitutional Convention, as authori
zed by the late Legislative, the Court de.
Warta its 'want of jurisdiction us a Court
equity to decide in question of a political
nature, especially involving the sover
eignty of the political power of a State.
Tho Court. therefore, iefused the ePellea
lion for an injunction. Tim bill was dis
missed with cost.
Tho African packet chin Golconda, oolong
mg to the American Colonization hoolety,
arrived today, forty days from Moravia.
Everything wan prosperous on 1110 coast,
and Paaleneenl who left Charleston on the'
Golconda, lauded in good health, nod mire
reported generally well pleased with the
country. She .brought several colored pas.
stingers, who have returned either on bull.
neon or pleasure. The Golconda sails again
for. Moravia on the 77th, and takes out a
large number of emigrants.
Elecilan■ in Virginia Plospended—
CI ril Rigida Bill In Alabnina,
Itiouwo•n, April 2.—General Schofield
has issued an order enspendlne all elms
Utley until reconstruction le completed. , In
the mean time vancencics occurring will
be filled by the commanding General.
Montgomery, April •:.—tierteral Swarth,
who is charged with. aelminlattsthan of the
Military Bill in Alabama anye a literal cam.
Phases, with toe Civil lelghte Bill will he
exacted, and payments „Cori services ran.
derail the State dart:vibe War era puremp.
tartly forbidden. General Pope will estab
lish hie headquarters at Atlanta.
California signmm e g ? , Attomi4
RAN Yassctsro, April 2.—Tho bankers and
nlerchaute or. thin city sesembled lasi night
to devise mean. to assist the dmetltata pee•
pie or rho Southern Stales. IL WAS agreed
that a pubile meeting bo tailed at au early
4 .3 ,, ted speakers be Invited to address IL.
The lauds collected wilt be remittent to J.
31. Brown, Treasurer of the New took A.sso
• CITY AND SUBURDAN.
FOUILTa PAGE.—The fullest ~trnd most re
liable Money, Oa and Produce Market Re
ports Oven by any paper In ll a city, will be
found on our.bburth Plage.
Subscribers changing their places of real•
denco Rill please leave their new addreeses
ut our counting tomb so that our carriers
may be enabled to. deliver the GAZIVTTZ
without intermission. Our terms for the
year will remain as usual—fifteen cents per
Week delivered by carrier.
Allegheny Board of Control.
The Allegheny Board of Control of the
Public Schools of that city, held a regular
monthly meeting last everting In the Fourth
ward School house, sandnsky street.
In the absence of the President, Rev. E.. E.
Swift was called upon to prestde.
After prayer, the tollow/ng gentlemen
answered to their 136111047 Messrs. Brown,
Denney, Boyle, Becket, Dunlop Francis.
Ingham, Kolbpck Stag, Loomis, Leo, Leek
hurt, McCance, Pitcairn. ewift, Thorn and
Tile minute!, of the previous meeting
read and approved.
he monthly reports of the various
Fel/Dolt wore presented und.ordered to be
dlr. Brown, from the Ilmitme Committee,
eubmitien the following report
Balance duo Treracurer last Year.... $1,210 II
Warrants paid - to date 0 4 IQ to
It-quire,' to pay salaries to Jail. 1.. 10.2.30 to
Eetl mated amount to be pall to by
Collectors on duplicates of 1010.. 3,100 00
Eatlmated State , Nam:Trial 10n..... 2,032 fa
Estimated deficit. 0412 01
Mr. ',erre:rooted a petition from teachers
asking for an enolinatlOn of ealories with
the ttnichera of Pittsburgh. The Committee
on Tegahers' Salarlei recommended the
adOptlon of the following Increase I Salary
of Principals, $1,21o; Assistants, rah Prin.
cipals of Grammar Department, $300; de -
Admits, 4110: Medirim,also; Music Teacher,
raisi,—making the; total Morena. $1,121, Or
1.10.671 for the whole term. Too proposed
inrrtane to take effect on and alter the first
Tito recommon dation was sdopteal.
sir. Brown otfored the following, .-Lich
Warr...am, Br enactment Of the Lees's
later° and by re.lutions of Councils, the
borough of Mchester to now, a ward of
Lids city; therefore a be it
r< sol ve d, That the t4teretars , of this Board
bo and ho to hereby authorized to invite the
members of raid district to meet with this
Board at a specittl meeting to be called for
mile 1,L121. , e of perleCtlng 01.1XCOnigalid1[100
Ml 9 • school Board, known as the hoard of
On :notion of Mr. grown, the locating of
the flow d provulcil for• In the recolutlon
Ica., fixed for Thursday evening nor..t.
Charge or Adaltery—A Domestic Im
In oar city domestic infelicity, caused by
violations of the montage Wows, le fears
f ally prevalent. &Arcoly a daY P/Lagni thitk
we are riot called upon to ret' a want Of
chastity in the h; menial erzitooted It teat
tars contineo, we will soon Liaise thecae:l
-siah', notoriety Chicago boa rained In af.
fain of this kliatl. The. Into case is that
of William Graham and his wife Llx.r.le,
who reside In the Ft fth ward.l Thejealousi ,
of Graham has heed arousedof late by the
frequsuf vhds to lire droulLtl of a certain
Iticriani Walsh, why pald allsorts of little
attentions to Sire. Ginimm, spending whole
days tog e t h er tulle trig to her and adrlelng
her to disobey her linshandosa the latter
was informed by a nedghtere. Graham In
'finncal his wife that IS most ',UM YOU
leg her or h. , wrold leave her to eke not
her own subStstence rw bolt aim sniglit.
There threat. worn treated with contempt,
and on Monday cvenlarr, on Graham going
home, ho discovered Walsh bad Isle wife In
flagrant. ontrtig. Its ininscsltately began •
vigorous attach npou Walsh, but the latter
uroving the et& ergolg, ynalsasseiahadstka La.
Jared hest/awl toothily all thee lett the
Mal,. les/or/lay Grabaaa app . :arra before
Alderman 'Lai. ler and manleoctli charging
Wulff/ •Ith fort/ IcaGon and adMult and bat
tery and hie wun with luidutrY.
lute ateWied were arruro2d and held for a
Tee Steal Plano Forte..,
Among - . the many cla:mante for nOperlOr
fly In all the qualltias which constitute a
first clean Piano Forte, lee the, Judgment of
the best pianists and compoiens la the
country, the Bradbury, Now York. and
Sehomaoher .t Co., Philadelphia, Planes,
eurpass In volonae, power, panty,
fullnras, depth and evenness of
touch, all others now before the public.
Nor 1. this to he wondered at when we con
sider that the scales and actions of these
instruments have been made within the
putt eta yearn, and combine not only all the
modern improvements, such as full Iron
frame, French grand action, overstreing
base, &gran treble, Sc., but many valuable
improvements of, tbclr own. Su palpable
are these feet. thut all who See and bear
them are convinced. Their superior work
manship and litylo of finish cannot La cut
rushed. In price,. they are from fifty to one
nand r.l dollars cheaper than any otters.
Barr, Kraals & &nettled . , So If et. Clair
etreot, are the sole Acents for the above
and the celebrated Later "Cottage vrgan,"
In which the potent roe Bemoan Tremolo"
is only to be found. For pure pipe quality
of tone the a y are unequalled, and cheaper
thenany other Organ made In the
J.lf. Kinney, Esq., of Columbus. Orilo, has
Icaseal the Central Skating Park grounds,
in the Ninth ward, for the purpose of hold
ing thereonn, grand fair sometime during
the mouth of June. Ile proposes encircling
all the open space from Penn street to the
track of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com•
pony which will permit of a rnco track half
mile long. During t h e fair prizes will be
given for the fastest trotting with and with.
out harness, which will, no doubt, attract
some of the celebrities of the -turf to enter
There will alto be premiums given to the
exhibitors of cattle, fruit. flower. and veg
etubles,wlille a diversity of entertainments,
prOminent aiming which will box balloon
race, will serve to make the fair very at,-
tractive during its conUnriance.
Wo fulcra tend Mr. Kinney Miami], to
donate twenty per cent. of the gross
colons to the holdlers' Monument fund of
Wanted the Goose
The animal man Is made up of oontradie.
Mous, his likes and dislikes befog often
diametrically opposite to those Of his neigh.
bor. For instanec, what does a eon of Thee.
pia or Thallan daughter Ober more than a
certain farm yard fowl called the goose. It
Is the very acme of ell undesirable articles;
the sum and substance of all horrors;yet to
others It brings vision. ot large eggs and
sago strafing, making the enieurlan savant's
mouth water In hopeful erpcetaney.
Among the latter we may claw a na.
tiveot"afrle's sunny named Da.
els, who on Monday night entered the sta.
ble of Joimph Benswanget in Manchester,
'and attempted to steal a large gray goose
and eighteen egge. Ile was caught in the Act,
however, and brought before Mayor aterri.
eon, who committed hies to Jail In default of
ball to await trial.
A Belemltlng Iloardor.
A yenta named A.J.Konny MU arraigned
before that: astute repreeentatire of the
blind goddess, Justice, Alderman Donald.
eon, yesterday. to answer a charge of false
pretence preferred against him by J. N.
Anderson. It appeare that the latter IA the
proprietor ofa boarding armee whore Kenny
received board and lodging for a conalder
able time, without rein anointing the worthy
Bonita.. Nanny. on being importuned to
enttlaala hui,coellyinfOrened Andereon that
he !mu no money but was awaiting the or
rival of Lunde from his father, lu whose
employ ho bad been previous to his coming
to A udcreou's to board. Jig this relimen
tattoo ho gained - another week's beard at.
the and of which Lime the patience of m ien
boat wan totally 'exhamittel, and he accord
ingly appeared before Alderman Donald
nun and made the information, by virtue of
which the defendant wee arrested. Thera
will he a bearing In time ease on Thursday.
A. DOMeAIIIO Encounter.
A 'rubicund specimen of the "gem of the
emu," rejoleing In the classical cognomen 01
Patrick Yltspetrick,uppenred beforof notice
Ammon yesterday and made oath agninet
hls wife Elizabeth fee assault and battery,
Patrick Li a stkcig believer In the biblical
Injunction that in his own houseman should
bear rule. This idea ho endeavored to en.
force upon his better half, while ne was la
boring under the stimulating influence of
certain tutottcatlng beverages, but aim for
human foresight, the lady% instead of /listen
log to the wisdom of her lord, grasped a po
ker slid dealt him a savers blow on the right
temple with It, felling him to the ground.
For thus demsaning herself Elizabeth wen
made to pay sir dollars, being 1 he amount
of costs In the suit, which was settled by mu,.
Tlanoke.—kAward Evens, Alemter, and .1.
M. ltrnotterkretl7, Clerk of the Mesmer
Westmoreland, will • Warm accept Our
thank. formate number of the Z 1 43.1 Or-
Irene Commercial Bialcan.
Gen. Cameron on Improving the Ohio.
Is Joint renolution recently 'sassed Con.
arms, making provision fora survey for a
canal round the. Falls of the Ohio on the In.
Wants side. That resolution was opposed
by General Cameron. That our readers
luny nee on what grounds, we copy a por
tion of the debate:
Mr. Cameron—l have not heard all the
Illocension on thin 'Subject, and therefore I
may be wrong In my remarks: but I hare a
pretty good knowledge of the history of tide
canal. sy Idle I am In favor of doing any
thing that may be required for the Im
provement of tho Ohio river. lam decided
ly opposed to spending any money upon
the canal, teethe reason that I think It has
benisons of the most profitable Investments
In this country. 'No ennui has made so
much money to the stockholders es It has
done. I will tabu it to-morrow, with all its
cost, and make more money an t of It than I
could in soy other investment that I know
or. Whatever can be done for the Improve-
Meat of the thdo riser ehould be done, bat
an regards those falls, another canal, in ad
dition to the one now there, will no a most
profitable inyestmenik and.when Individuals
make money onto( the Improvements of the
country, l bold that n le wrong for this Gov
ernment to invmd Its money in ouch enter.
Irises. I have 7reat respect for all tho gen
tlemen of the 10"est—
tale. Sherman—l will simply Inform my
friend that this In net a , prop:nit/on to aid !
the canal company at ell. It struply author- '
lies the Government to ascertain 'certain
ten.. to examine the Indiana side and the
Kentucky side, to make a survey.
Mr. cameron—l understand It now per
fectly well. It le to make the bloverntuent
of the United States pay for a survey
there. I hold that the individuals owning
that canal can afford to pay for ourveys
Mr. Sherman—They will not Make a nor.
toy on the Indiana shle.
Mr. Cameron—That Is no reason why
other Individuals should not. I Made my
self, thirty.tive years ego, at my min cost, a
survey around the Falls of tile Ohio. It
would not cost much money. It did not
cost toe more than two or three. hundred
dollars. I believe now that anybody who
will go there aunt make a survey, and get
the authority of the State of Indiana to en.
able Lim to make s canal around tliere,will
make more money than In any other way
in which the same amount of money could
Mr. Conkling—Why do you not do it nowt
Mr. Cameron—if the State of Indiana will
give me the authority to. make a canal
round there, I should be tory willing to
do it. Mut, err, I object to the United States
spending their mosey for the benefit of
private Individuals, no nuttier in what
state the work may happen to be located.
.The object hero is to got the Government
of the United States to spend MS money
at mind these falls. I am perfectly willing
to mate an appropriation Mr the Ohio
river. Ws a great highway belonging to
the whole nation, and 1 believe theist some
future system of dams will be lust!.
toted there, as there ought to he in runny
other rivers In this country, which will
make clack navigation from too mouth of
the Ohio to Its source. There Is plenty or
water there. It will be too greatest im
provement of age ln which It may be
Inaugurated. Bu t / am in fnvor of having
It dean by individual sutscriptions, by. in.
dividual enterprise, without any appropri
ation from the Goverment. I might Just as
well oak tor an apprOprintion around the
(alb of the Conewago In the Susquehanna
in the State of Pennsylvania. We have falls
there us great uearly .as the falls of the
00 10, and wo have artiounense trade which,
would go up and down there it we could get
those falls creep:to: ,
My OttiectUM to - this proposition now la
that I loot tea renehgrenter improvement
of the Ohio rivegthan einem improvement
around the Salle. Ae I said a moment agrcl
look upon teat river as a great highway
from tho Last to the West, ono which affects
six or Coven States materially. If we go
Into that linprovement we ought to do it on
,a scale which will/reprove the whole river
'from Its source to Its termination. There
fore 1 want no money expended no w around
the falls of the Ohio. bat am perfectly will..
log to vote for an appropriation, not only
fora survey, but for the Improvement of
the 4)010 (futon, mouth to itv W.., in the
Allegheny motuitams. 1 no not believe that
this money, If expended now. will do any
good, except to give employment to a few
Indir/druda during the common. My re
mmribrllnea is that you cannot now take
that stock trout those people; but you may
mate another canal on the Indiana side,
%mob 1 think the right slue, and where It
ought to have boon mado Originally. A very
I small sum, comparatively, would keep the
Ohio river free from that point down to its
connection with the Ml”lesippl; and I be
' Have, by a system or dame above, It would
Lave such a navigation he the world does
not posses.; for a sum of money aU amen
that when once expended and the Improve
meat completed, the whole country and the
' world would be astonished that it had not
been done longyears ago. Therefor°, I do
not want anything done now Ina email way
which may, hereafter stand in the way 01
the great improvement 1 have enggoetod.
James Waters came to the °incept Alter•
man hicalastais yesterday, and stated tont
John Obinger bad knocked him down and
otherwise ►bused him without sulllicicut
provocation. The parties were engaged to
Looting a nit boat from Freeport to Dares
island. When the craft was being moored
Waters failed toile the line according 10
Obtoger's nautical Ideas, and the conic
guano* was that the latter became greatly
exasperated and committed the assault
complained of. On Obinger being arrtated
and brought Defore the magistrate he ex
pressed a hearty contr Won for hie conduct,
and promised Waters never to repeat the
attack under . any • circumstances. The
whole affair was amicably adjusted, and the
twain bitted each other effectionaliy and
departed Ilk a a modern Damon and rythiaa
Yesterday afternoon a slight are occurred
In the basement of Mrs. Webb's residence,
No. 217 Penn •street, which, but for the op
portune assistance of a gentleman passing
the house at the time, might have been at
tended with disastrous consequences, A
couple of gas fitters bad been employ.' in
fixing a pipe In the cellar, the end of which
they had stopped with& plug, and then went
oft By some means It worked out. and the
gas igniting set fire to the rafters of the fleet
door. The flames were not falrly.uhder way
until they wore discovered by the gentle
man alluded to above, wits, with the aid of
a couple of buckets of water, extinguished
them. There was no alarm given.
Held for Trial,
Thomas Hallowell, accused of adultery,
and Sarah Hewitt, of fornication, bye son
of the former, aged fourteen years, had a
hearing before Alderman Strain, Monday
evening, and were held to answer. Hallo
well, it is alleged, deserted hit wile In Eng
land, came to this country with the woman
Hewitt and his Iwo sons, aged twelve and
fourteen years, and has beau Living for some
thus in this city with the woman as his
wife. The eider.bov was induced to taro-e
-mits his father through abuse from his repu
ted mother, the treatment ha received at
her hands compelling him to leave the
house. At the hearing he Old not appear,
and we should not wonder If the ease tails
to Court through his absence.
An Improimptu Math. •
Martin Chariot appeared before Alderman
Taylor yesterday, and made oath charging
David Crawford with having perpetrated
on him an unptovoked assault and battery.
Martin states that David first threw upiin
Ma person a quantity of hot water, whigh
aroused his Innignatitm and almost made
him "boil ovot," and then, as if to "cool
him " by on outward application, he receiv
ed a pall of cold water about but shoulders.
Shortel has very little faith In hydrogen,
and less in the frientislop of Crawford, who
has been held in three hundred dollars for
a hearing to-morrow,
The. White novae
Mr. Thomas Costamagna, for many years
connected with the daily press of the city,
hag entered into possession Of the well
known wed favorite summer (and winter)
resort nt Perrysville, the "White House."
The house had beam refurnished, painted
and papered and under the management of
Mr. Costamagna will prove tLe most Dupla.
Jar public house In [hie section of the count
try. Good meals will he served at all hours,
and our young folks, and ovary other body,
will find that road goad for driving and the
White fIOSISC6 capital place for stopping to
rest anti refresh.
11. II: Methirsolek, Esq. attorney at
law, No. hi limit street, pul es his card
In another column. We cheerfully recom•
mood Mr. Mai. to any of our readers who
may desire the services of a prudent, care•
nil and attentive counsellor. lle is noor•
oaichly road and"we know of none we would
sooner entrust legal business of a civil or
grin:Lund natures lie can be found at his
°Moo or at the Charts at any hour of the
Jam. ifewinati, charged with assault sad
trrar. Ines reclined from jail, yesterday,
'Judge Barnard. In the Suprema Court, to.
day.discharged J. B. Mean, on •obarlM of
onnaplracy to defraud the tienrernmeni In
the matter ol the Merchants Natleoln gunk
or Witahlegum, but held T.POORTIi Hayek
County Union Republican Eseen
tive Committee will meet at the ollice o
John W. Riddle, Eel., on eaturtlay erenleg
! I F
es , rev:
Greenbacks, to the amount of 11.57, were
stolen from the residence of Mr. Wm. Do
ran, carpenter, in Uniontown, on Friday
night of last week. A non of Mr. D. return
ed home between ten and eleven o'clock In
the night, and finding the door of the house
open. smapected something wrong. levee
tlgat ion demonstrated the fact that Mr. Do.
ran's pontal.., a pocket of which con.
Seined the money, had neon earned off.
Tbo Iron Illy Iltonthly.-0 wing to thn
Immense labor attending the publleatton of
the first number of the Iron Cl/ti .3fonth/y,.
the issue of the same will neeessartly be do.
toyed until the Sib of the month, when we
hope to be able to till the numerous orders
swotting attention. George W. Pltt.ic
Co., Publishers, Inspatoh Building, Oh 1111.11
street, Plttatturgh. PostaMee Box I,IOG.
Assault and Battery - with Inteot to
MIII.—A young lady named Era Schultz,
appeared before Burgess Saulsbury, of Bir
mingham, yesterday, and preferred a
charge of assault and battery with latent
to kill against James Wareham. The so.
cased waa arrested and committed to jail,
but daring the day procured ball and was
Union P Meeting.-The young
men of Pittsburgh and AliegnenY, Of Nl de
nominations, will hold a Young Nen's
elllol2 Prayer Mooting at St. Andrew's Etna
copal Church, Band street, on Saturday,
the tith inst., at VA o'clock. Clergymen will
planse read this notice, and request their
young men to attend and take part in the
Large Ensloess.—The Pittsburgh, Co .
!Limb. and Cincinnati Railroad Company,
the stairs of which are admirably man
aged, Is now doing a largo business
freight and passengers. In Is a very pleas
ant road to travel upon: being in goal order
Iron one and to the other, and all Its ar
rangements are of i first class style.
E. Houston de non, Merchant Tailors,
will occupy their new store on Fifth street,
corner of Cherry alloy, so aeon as fitted up,
and will open a largo and fashionable stock
of choice new gouda suitable for spring and
summer wear. Tho firm continuo to do
buntness at their old stand, SS Sthithfield
street, second floor. -
Fone Repo were la the Criminal
Court yesterday at one time the like of
which hu not _transpired during the Pres.
ent term. What's the =atoll Rave • the
toll reports of the G ozerre reporter brought
others to a realisation of their shortcom
ings in this respecil Snooks says so. -
D. C. Iletlte.F..ry nnnoonces himself as
candidate (or Prothonotary, -, subject to
the decision of the Union County Conven
tion. Mc. U. to .Idely known, has (or a•
number of years been clerk in ;the ofnce,
and ns to his entire competency for the Po-
sltion there is no doubt.
Wm. Clawaon, Esq., our present very
attentive Coroner, Ls desirous of illsebarr.r.
Ins the duties of. the olden for a socond
term. Ills Mend. area boat, and It seems
to be conceded that ho will have little d im.
nutty In moo:trine is renomination, in which
event his election Ls sure.
Felt from • Wagoo.-4aeob Abraham, a
11U1 of about-twelve yenra,Maidlng in Moon
township, fell from a hay wagon on St.
Clair Street, ymterdaY, and.,rOceiren ec•
nous Injuries, the exact aatur• 01 which,
however, we were unable to learn.,
Maio.. Pillow, of tha iliiard of (Munty
Commissioners, Ina with an - acellent at
Spring Dale, his plateof residence, on ➢Wn.
day, by which he severely injuryd one of
his legs. ile will be incap.itatedlrom duty
for some weeks.
'Yesterday some contemptible wretch
tempered with Um printing press of a now
ovening-paperi injuring it to some extent.
The net was dastardly and we trust the
poolsheolity wretch may he discovered and Justly
Gold Headed canes at lielnuman.ldeYrais
L Stedlo's srull'kraren and fashionable jo e
elr3'store,No.M Fifth street. Call in and ex
amine the stock of general article* in their
line, which are offered at core reasonable
Taken Over.—Jamea Kerr, the individ
ual who robbed the Allegheny and Ziew
Brighton Plank road toll house, was yester
day lagged to the Penitentiary, where It 19
ordered that he chalk remain two years.
Nollaing In the way or police baslnwo
ww transacted in Beat Birmingham yester.
day. .Inetleo Ammon am Juror In the
Oyer and Terminer. Justice Illesel has not
yet got under headway.
The Common PING Court will be In
session to-day, Judge Mellon having been
relieved from bln duties in the Oyer add
Terminer by the disposal of the Lawrence
county heinielde case.
The Free Maciple• Church, no* In
course Of erection at the corner of Ziorth
Common and Beaver Street, Allegheny, will
Incompleted early to Jam,. /t will be a
Otneer narr7 yeMertlay, in the dis
charge of his duty. ejected a family from a
hoese in the First ward, whose household
effects consisted only of a table and four in
Inhere will be a Conference of the Bish
ops of the Methodist Episcopal Church of
the United States, held in.thisclty,towapla
the close of the present month.
Pittsburgh Is called the great railroad
centre. If the Legislature continued Its
present mare° It soon will be nothing mote
nor less than the Central Railroad.
■tetort.—The Balm of seats for Molest's
engagement at the New Opera House
amount to over three thousand dollars, and
not half the seats are yet sold.
Jackson William. was on his muscle In
the Allegheny Diamond, last evening. lie
and a trfen.l named Morrow were arrested
amillned two dollars for their fun.
Aoeh lilealeed.—That 'Second street, in
the Eighth ward, should Do paved to the
end of the Monongahela bridge. There is
large amount of travel that way.
A letter reached this city yesterday for
Madame Rioter!. It was In mourning and
doubtless contained the intelligence of a
The Big Bell at the Courtilou.se records
the worst kind or time these days. Better
trivet:lp trying, it it Y6lOB fifteen rutin:am(
in ell hours.
About seven hundrad persona have been
converted to the various dirndl= faiths In
this elty since the beginning of ttto present
The Chronicle charges the new evening
paer with stealing Jut teleram. is there
110 l aw . to protect against tha g t Zeit or busi
The Strnateghant Town Hall and Mar
ket la not an ornament to the borough, al
though the source or considerable revenue
The Duquette gngino Company have sold
their bell to the borough authorities of Bir
mingham. It will be placea on Tower hull.
Nolte otBoom• To-Let.—For an elegant
tints of rooms, 43 Ferry !Arcot, aultablo for a
nowly married couple, too advorticoment.
Robert /lagne. formerly chief of roller,
has been aepoluted Deputy Unltml States
Marshal.- /10 trlll make a good ottleor,
Robert liamo was sent Are days to jai
yesterday by Mayor McCarthy, for drink
Loy lager beer that had not been paid for.
It wini pleasant ynaterday to loaf about
out doors, and halloo t t attandanco at
Court was comparatively small.
Jae. Carr. conrlcted of larceny and son
tensed to two years imprisonment, was la
ken to the penitentiary yesterday.
Gray & Logwo, 17 St. Clair street, tut
nounco an °petting of oprrlug styles of WY.
clotalug, at very moderato
Prot Gl:tuning - has succeeded la con.
sincmg tho West Chester folks that they
ore the thkicendants of =ankles.
Muerlean and Foreign watches 'for la
dles and gentlemen, at Itelneman, .Iheyran
Chattel, m Fifth street.
Bloomfield does not feel inclined to con
eolitlate with Lawrenceville. It may wither
if left blooming alone.
Gas Limps aro being placed on the
streets at each alio or Careen, In Sinaina
haul. A decided Improvement.
Polltleias numerously sinned De favor of
the 1011 0 have been presented tO the
The Wee Wax t
man' held another mee
ing ye e stiorday. Nothangdellalte cattle pro
et Reinemsn, Memos
stew.% No. Filth etreet. Prices very
Dr. Thos. U. Elliott has removed b Is or
floe no‘n3effloUCO 10 N 0.153 Roblosonstreet
Epeelater baitlento. 800 surrerUce
I,R•frty Stet 1 being clumted up
PRICE THRE 11=
there ere Vat
in course of creel
The Free Hal
special order in'
rates. That on
a delegato"-to Parl
Not Oa is Mt
<tot On n ?Sri
not on a strike, t mt. of order.
The State Sen.. red ' , all fools
der , and held . no
A vegetable fella at the table of ovary
hotel In the city —d ad beat..
New More Front Ifor sale. See mica,
15ement In another eAVumn.
Stephen Dahrer, a Democrat, has .beca
'acted Mayor of Clevotand.
. 2tle nuts. in the West Comthon. Alto
gbeny, :are - being tilfed.
Trade has brighteawl up constderably
during the past days.
The ProJect. to tunnel the rivers has not
Leon abandoned. '
There axe at present 103 perecarteontlned
the ecnurt9Jah. .
• Se* additlosuit bank statarierita, pub.
ti r i taalr Tow Lip don't want to be
21lagety.althe deiths in Cleveland last
The MT has gic4ra re - Wiliniet awl or
Needed—A eoupleiof free bridges over the
Booth's diary, isayS a special to the New
Yorh Times, will be Oven to tho public in a
few day. Judge Belt testified before the
Judiciary Committee, that the diary was
given to him, together with other erticles
found on' Booth, iltrunedlately ytpcm the ar
rival 01 the captors of the assaasins in
IWaihington, and that the boat has been to
his poeseselon and control over since that,
and has not been allured 1/11 any particular;
that when handed to him 'eighteen leaves
were cot out; liat the diary commenced
'with April itth, the data of the assassins,
B on. and the Bret en • states that on that
day he (Booth) bad prepared a communica
tion and sent it to the Saimaa) btfeiiigencer
giving an actor we of him
self and his cord to remain
der of the diary Jrigmtion
of himself, (" likened to
rut as, and a
whom ha Oath
11.417811 W no
stet deem it,,
that ho had
tioa tooth D.
paper, and tin
Booth over wl
than that whic
(haat° for Ala:
ago Union ma)
over last fall
orate, the halt
vote of the et
WI Deputy coup
Avenue, on W'
o'clociv t the
No. Int Fourth street, ?DisbarFn. P. COFFINS
of all kinds; CILAPYS, .1 every de-
of Funeral Furst.Wag W.I. furnsh
ed.. Koo n
ntz opened day .1 night. gum l
Barancsa—tlev. David Neer, 1). D., Bev.
IL W. Jacob. 0.1).. Thomas Karl., Zan., II W .
11. Miller. Eso.
B . T. Mint C 0.,&
UNDERTAKERS AND EIRAMIERS,
Maul:tenor. Wood's Rua sad vicinity.
COFFIN ROOMS AT MANCHESTER LIVERY STABLE
Corner Sheffield and Gnarlier. streets
Home std Carrtalros forsd.shed.
beantlfal `43.1 , e-urn,' the largest tuba! ,
ban place of sepulchre. except one, In Mlle coun
ty, smutted on - Ifear Brtghton road. ttosondlate
ly north of Alleatteny. For burial lots.bire nolo
or titles, Call at Central Drag More of COOL.
CLANCY. Alleabear CUT,
TICE PLACE TO BUT
BOOTS & SHOES
1:733.111111LIN MB JILT
111111111 CLOSE & CO,
Practical Furniture Manufacturen
COR. PENN AND WAYNE ETA
toknd Latest Mle• of YIIENITIMS coartantly oa
nousEs CARRIAGES AND
BUAIGIES or the very bout for hire at
Howard's Livery, Stable,
lint .reef, near hfononsahola Boum
Or at attention paid to boring and selling
h . Imot al.l.lwerv.
The 131rapleat, The,neat
le WHIELER WILSoIVB
:11V.ina.earro Taste Y vats. saisszaoxl
.1172111 I , IITREE,T,
I ftl3 2-
MRS. S. A. STODDART,
Will open nt No. 40 F11:13117.11L 841nerf. Alle
gheny, on SATURDAY,ApeIII,OIO,. handsosno
ga r B, " l:4l Pr/ n 1V385 1 . 1, % ' . .117. 8 1=illat
RONA C lA, to which elm goC • Invite the atteu
tlon of toe , 00:021
Btz ~m a tsss, need but a abort time, for Isla a
reduced pikes. WY. EIUDLNER & 00.,
S. B. 14X - ON,
Sealer of Weights and Measures.
Ocoee: No. 39 EASEZT STREET,
sfil) COEDS OF HERLOCK ADD
10OCORD30? L'RESTNIIT OAK BARK
fat sale try the sabarstber as the Ztsasbarg sad
()Isaias Brim th al the Pcsurrslssala R. IA
Addss..; , N . H. TuDoE,
Cambria bounty. P
FOE SALE. •
A Fine Driving and Biding Horne,
FDA 1 GICATLIMAIi OR LADY
lalutri: at P Third
PEA.IMASEL-30 casks roe sato
as! •J. B. CANFIELD Mi.
Pliat.•.: l !l7: 4 :Joitzt:4.' , la4 , ;ll l 4:lll
DUN & CO.,
American Watch Company's
No: 58• Fifth Street,
WATCELES, CHIN AND
AT A VERT SNAIL:, PUOTIT. AT
se houses now
r be the
aura for this
WILL T. WILEY'S
, 6 Wylie St., 3d door from sth.
1. w 7 acqrA
JOELYSTON a SCOTT,
PrALIZI IN •
said to be the
ball club sends
Fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
SlTik usaarr .
3P - Ittarkilut_righ, 7P032-22.114 . .
:fir rarttcninsaitontlon even t Beta Mug
Wacenes, Clock. and Jervrelry. .in wick war
'B9 89 S 9 S 9 89 80 89 89
69 STII . Egt
5. 9 4
,31, 1 89 Jtiegrket Street,
_LND EMT TOUR
r I BOOTS SHOES, &C.
89 1 TIM CFIEAPAAT A:lll3=4 r
KO AUCTION OSA:MS NZPT.
" sal •
JAS. 1L088,.89 Market St.l
, S 9 S 9 S 9 89'99 S 9 $9 99
RICIIRO BORED 4 CO.
No. 100 Wood Street.
BRITTAITNIsi AND SILVER PLATED TA.
IILP, WARE. TEA TRATS and TABLY CUT
LE2IT, alerays on hind.
_ CPI:NAVEL naTB
caima Dung rnirrs.
o gIINA TOILET SZTE4
EMI &DIAN WARE °force) , deliar/Ptlnik
LAVA CARD BAZILLIN.
EHULI2III STONE - WARE oI all varieties.
salt wbolesal c and retail trade.
'MC i•rgcst and most complete stock otcocry
thing in this line In the WV.
Prices and terms the same as lnthe ealtern
ATWOOD-Z=6OS J0N.7.3.../. an , ciu , rart.
emit he did
STEAM AND GAS FITT2W,
Cor. of 3rd and Liberty Streets.
Art z?„ ctztfr2l7salte,r4:
Spectal.atLentlon paid to tbe fittioeo , l%.Od
repalrlog of Oil 144 cic db. 15141.tra..114, Moping
Agents for A. S. cameron 8 Co.'s .
nt to that
CLIC , 3 that
Oti.r.. l ;ra m g,trlZ;tri:7l7,-Mltt g gi:rai: l _
LICLIOII. PU.A.rilta.ll4l . ol3 band. feZollll
PITPSIIIIRGII PAPER - DIANE..
PRINTING AND WRAPPING PAPERS
CLINTON NULL. BTEITEI)KNTIMITy2,I3/.1)..
11111011 TUN NZ% ttaltllauxs.
?Er of GAO
OFFICE AND, WAILEIIIOIIIIII.
No. 82 Third Street, Pittsburgh, r!i.
OTTICZES—ASIOUST MAMTJM. President,
JNO. B. LIVINtinTON, Truant s
[ BANOS!. N.ll).ol.M.Secintary.
DininiOns—Angasl. Manic. John Atwell, S.
H. Hartsdan. John B. Livingston. John M. PCS
kin. C. H. Merrick.
to , at two
Born' M ALES—
Ales and Soda Waters,
J. C. BUFFUNI & CO.,
II • J. LANCE,
arca 111 D WOOLEN
DYER AND SCOURER,
Chintz Window Curtains arid CUL COWS
aimed d Reglazed without unpacking,
Nes. ISS and 187 Third Street,
Betweea Wood and Bmltalield,
OITICT. or varrL.7.ll 07 ALLIDIIIIT7 , CO..
rirWril o E. March zub. ISOM
To CARPENTERS. SEALED
rBerVILL4 'rill be retched at Oda offtee
Tor construetlen new Gallery around the niece
tier of cell. In the County nhison; to lay door on
enclosed end; put but all aroundwelle. most
new materiels, and put-new bridge across as
information will be faritebed at the Shertirli
or Coemter Coninutaloneriegiti“.
11.F.ERY 1.4.3111811 T,
$lOiFllOll $l. OR SIS TO $3O
rzu LAS. uneasily be made tha..yese
tonad,:arrnOtT ants, s nesrbestnem. tight,
oceAsset and bonarnme, AND SO conriniton.
.4 anargetle Agents (Ladles and set tle
men) Ida wanted to nava.. V. in Tanta city
and Cosnly..s Rani CUANC. tO maks Monti.
and fltnatdainot iatrLOTJaniti
.1.• °dated t o
dress, U. W. ACtiso3l (.V., II bonth street s
31sIttreme, Yd. - nsteZ:ess
9,,1GN OF BILENDSJOUN A.;
BILOWN st CO.. 110 8011111 MILD
°N.M. the Costotllce keep unhand,_or make
t r li " . ' nsliVl o cri t a " o . 3 * lrrga r rds. New sti . le ' ol
wwdo umdm,./a a .so and gpwards. Colored
Olt Cloth.. Bulf, oollsnd. Mats. Hogs. Oto,
mmo. bland and Elcuz re Cords and Taunts. Also
at tbe, earpc store, on hand or made to order ,
doe stbek of White and Callao thins. Calera.
ste., f gentlemen's wear. Inhl:wl6
WEST COMMON MACHINE
r STONE Northwest _COMM
Wes Oommon, A.M.Arrumnr.
' irsED , IL ALIVATZII a CO;
Mosel:Bead or prepare, on Short notice
HBASTII AND V.Tar STUNTS. ?LAOS TOE.
SIOB-WALKS, SitlnViray VAULTS, Le..
',MAD AND TOM.B BIONICS. am, Le.
ssrOr ers promptly ezeeste4. ratIOVN ELL
60 t.,•111.a. eet.2l,t to
CHEAPEST PLACE - IN ?TEE
CITY to buy the
TRIUMPH CUOMO IdOVE,
Is at No. 146 GRANT 6111.4.1:1
ETTACII & DILEASON,
li AUCCLUOLLS 2U CLIZONNAN a °LAZA.
OAK LEATHER. BELT/Mil.
No. 110 too arta, Allegbeny City.
Also foil aseorimeat of Bolting at, O. H. AN.
DAIL:VIPS. No. ISo Liberty 23f., Plitaborgt.
OT.O. 11. CLAIM. Boot. of Worts.
ITTSUURGH NURSERY - AND
P OKEL CND °MENHIR:TIMM—JOHN H. 6
• . MURDOCH. (mceusors.lo Jobn.tlardoch,
Jr.,) NURSERYMEN "AND .111. - WRINTS, Pitts.
tomb, PA.. solicit otteutloa to their extol:it:Pm
stow of hall sod I Jl , l)rnelltla Trtoo.ll.ver
vecits. Drape Vlavr sod Orecaboaso
ligtoborth sad oa.klaad PacoNtger Can ma to
the %nal:arouses every =tom ININOWN,
Holmes, mut, & co.,
Anchor Cotton 9iLll3,Pittabergn i
&ad tIVITtr 3 i<V. U" ' (4 4 mumi
T• AL IMAM
1 712.1.33 L .a...n.07.,
var. coon,apon 2.unnea etreo..- .
' • PUMUBVIROMPA
E'en ktrd °Mork <toll ois Pie •Aorced.glo
sad moat reasonable term.. reirdoel or suastAcE.
Mi, to Jobbing. ' • WI •
orrasiTs ALLSONIC FULL
Azl all bestbruads of
April sth. Inclusive,