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PENN Mlsi, RE
No. BB Wirth Entreat.
P. B. PENNINAN, )Editor,.
T. P. 1/01:18TON.
JONIAH HIND \ !inane.. err.mas
NELSON P. SEED,
Single (krples cents.
Ellbrawl by cantor. petwcekf..,•»• cents.
flatmestberi, (pc 08.00.
Llbuclretiactlps co Et evrgboyi and.. 41.03114
213tiv.6 nia wavm•
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Three &pled. p 6 yee.e. by rd.d-••••••• .. $ 1 50
tire do. i do. I do. each 115
~ Ten camera eottes,..l IS
to one addresn, add .
one Free to o ob. cub
cis]. 711 man Eaes.
Aimn4ted , itbout pain, by Dr. Spencer,
Dentist, 2.51 Penn street.'
' [From th e Chicago Tribune.]
. ' FM WS ggestit grestr. CmosoO,
. To the Ed/tom-4 think its duty Lowe to
the public, as well asto Dr. Hunter and his
practice of treating the lungs by direct
means, to slate Home facts regarding the
treatment of my case some six years slam
from New York. ! , • •
,My health commenced seriously to fall In
1352. Tlairilring's Mange of climate would
benefit me, I came to Chicago in ISO. In.
stead of Improving, however, I continued
failing, tmtlt the worst form of diseased
Icings developed itself ,la unmistakable
aymptores. I bad at veriOns times homer.
nhagee 'of the lungs, copione purulent ex.
•pscsorathims, night sweats, - !meth fevers,
.00tertant cough, and prostrating diarrhea.
So reduced had dbocome, that at times I had
to be bolstered up; lest I should Deanne
„,,tb4 by_the profttler expectoration, which
was very Offensive in its character.
I had been treated in the ordinary manner
by physielanslrom the earlier stages of the
disc/tee, but without avail, and they now
convidered me Deyonit.the reach of melt.
eine. All felt that I had bat a few weeks to
live. while Viet certain MOMS that such
was my doom . - 1 -
It was under these circumstances I wrote
trope Dr. Hunter or New York, whose views on
treatment 'of th e Dings by Inhalation I
had road when I had reelded near that city.
, I received MS reply', asking MUM queetiOns,
which I answered , lmined lately, and want
afterwards received medicines and Inhaling
Instrument with 111 , 1 ..„ d . irsetIons. - Thin was •
early in 1050. 1.. menced at once. and
from the nrst.he emu) teel that the medi
cines sent mo w acting ma tbel tinge in a
manner I had nee before experienced. I
began to Improv , to the wonder of both
fnends and phy
went went steadil on, until the symptoms
1 have described gradually alarammered&.
My selength began to return, and the lungs
, once none performed their functions
healthily, so that in thiee months I was We
t. /Kr to soy officeo; and still I went on
improving until m health was completely
restored. While u dor Dr. Hunter's treat ,
meet I gained weight about twenty
Poerdis.and have guinea further singe; In
farm, I have continued In good health ever
idnee-nach health . as I had not known for
•.” I have no hesitation in saying , that had It
' not been" Mr Dr. Hunter'etreatment of my
ease, by Inhalation, 1 mast certainly have
died within a few weeks from the time I
- • drat consulted Mtn. Many of my. fellow
eat irre q 01,Chicagrenew my case well; and
I state th ese facts detail because I think
some poor invalid, suffering es I did, may,
by the-same means, be' restored' to such
health es I now eh) cry. -
Oar son, James P nter, some three years
of age was afflict with consumption of the
lungs for which lie was discharged from the
• anny.'-fle win ex mtnedby four army phy
sicians, who all greed ,that he must die
with the dtses.sm Ww_brought him to Dr.
KEYSER,Ko.did I nod stielet, (now PE Penn
street,) Who, alto sounding his lungs, cora
Mencent'tWtreat h m, and cured him sound
and well..ille Is ow well and has been for
the past three ars. Others af fl icted In
' like wander canli kewise be cured.
JAIL= Psi aria.
• • Idaux • Ass PAIN TEM.
Temperaneevill , Sept. 51141E6.
A GREAT CU EBY:DR. KEYSER'S Fee
- TORALSIKUP. I live In Peebles township,
Allegheny co : 1 had a cough and spite
ling, which °enamelled about the fourth of
February last, and continued eighteen
months. lemployed the best physicians in
the country, and my cough continued tins
bated until early in October. At that
• tirrne I Was .edvised to try your Pectoral •
' Cough Syrup, which I did, and after I
bail taken one bottle, I was entirely free
fruit the coughing and spitting. thad de
spaired of ever getting Well, and I think
MAR should be known that this valuable
remedy will do for others wh it hes done
In my case. Jens at
Witness-IL IL Eons.. Peebles township.
A case of five years' standing cured by
DR. REISER'S PECTORAL SYRIA'.
• Dm Rtivssm-Hy wife has been aflllated
with a cough and whic h,
for breathing for ,
flys or six years, which, for several years.
back, had gradually Increased to violence
- - Tho complaint has been hereditary, and she
bad been treated by several .physicians
without any relief. In this state of heresse
-n1 procured some of your PECTORAL
COUGII SY ItUP. I bought the first time a
lily cent bottle, which retained her very
muciii I then called and got a dollar bottle,
which cured her entirely, aid she now has
.'- no trace Of the former diseape, except weak•
peas. I would also state *hat I used the
. medicine myselt for a cold and cough. The
medicine cured me b taking one dose.
express my y
entire satisfaction with the
- . medictrie, and you are liberty to Publish
this if you desire to do so.
Alderman, Filth ward.
CUloose Gluier Vs Syrup.
- Tourtelot's • Extract of Beef. Borden a
condensed Milk. Imperial Bordeaux
and 'turkey Prunes, Estee, and Figs.
Seedless Muscatel and London Layer • Bab
alas, Cross and Bumbles' no Pickles and
Mustard. Sauces, Jellies, Preserves, Betels
ups, Spiced and Pickled Oysters, Choco
lates, freak' Pearsand Pineapples in glass
Bars, Canned Fruits, and Vegetables. Virgin
011 of Aix. Choice Mixed Candles, all kinds
el Foreign and. American Nuts. Philadel-
Phis Walnut Candy, Nuts, Boalxins, Ac.,
119 Fodolll.l street. Allegheny.
Oysters, Oysters, Oy'stars.
The oyster sewn Will soon close and In
antielpatlon of the event, Holhelmsr. the
popnlar proprietor of the Conetiental Se.
loon, nen door to the Yost Office, Filth
street, receives the most luscious and temp.
Una of bivalves to be obtained. In America.
Call in and the for yourselves.
Served in the city aro found at reasonable
prices at the well-known and popular Con
tinental Sat clan, Oast door to the rostoftice,
!o Fifth street, where that Imhof epicism
artist, Wl2l. Ho'Label:not. Presides.
Splentyrl =Uri birds with beautiful ear
. ttes; aquariums, Ite., for sobs by
J. DI. ELLIOT r
2 0.100 Market street.
torlecolos.• Drag More,
NO. St 'Market street, for the best assort
meat of Pure Wines foe Medicinal per
ao to fleealoes Drag Store,
No 81_Market street, for all tho aenulno
Pitent Ikadlatnes, at the lowest. rate!.
Go co Fleming's Drug . Store,
For a cellulite remedy Tor the Cholera- No•
et Market street:
Go 11.0 110132121 g.• Prim. Starer
No, 84 Market :street, for tne beat Tablo Oa
In the eat. • " •
- Pronelay English and,Anierlead
Soaps and Cosmetics, for sale by liens a,
forego Liquors of all blnd3 at osePh 8 .
/Moo MAUllory, 110, 139, 191. 193 and 196
Paint mid Whlllowash - Itsmuhey
Wholesale and retail, IT & WWI;
pruggigta. Allegheny. .
Dye Colors and Dye Storrs.
For sale by Smug & Dr. Orr. Droagboo,
YouUn Mr •
eoholpt Joseph S. Finch%
, you Cgs Buy
Haw Baps at Joseph B. Mob,.
- ' - Steadman's paper null, near Frankfort
. Kentucky, nu destroyod by lire Warms:
day morning, involving atoms of 1p),003,-upon
whirls there wan l
ONE O'CLOCK. A. M.
Bills in Place arid Bills Passed
BILLS REPORTED BY COMMITTEES
Onr Senators and <Consolidation
5171!eitIblepatch to the in ttebEtigh Gazette.
To allow the Sheriff of Allegheny countT
to tax costs in certain cases.
Mr. Lowry: A Joint resolution asking
Congress to approprtate money to widen
the Erlo tinnal, in order to allow gunboats
to pace from the Ohio river to the lakes.
• Mr. Searight: To prevent the shooting of
flap during time in Westmoreland
Mr. Lowry": To establish a soldiers , or.
phone' home in each Normal School district.
To enable officers to preserve order 1.
Act to Irelemnlt7 electron officers prose
cutod for receiving deserter's votes.
vairoars OP COXIIVITT.6I3
Act Imposing a penalty on persons
ng gambling houses.
- Act. providing licenses In Temperance ,
villa, West Pittsburgh, Elisabeth borough'
Mt to incorporate the Conensaugh and
Allegheny' Transportation company.
Act to protect the validity of certain 11
cense, In V enaugo county.
Act relating totbeLatatiou of stochbol.
dere of corporations.
Act to authorise the School Directors of
Pawn township to borrow money.
Act to allow the borough of Lawrenceville
to boirOw money for the pmchaso of real
Mr. Wilson: Act to allow the borough of
Duquesne to borrow money for school pur
poses; also, to authored the School Direct
ors of OaklAnd, township, toborrow money
for sohool proposes; also, a supplement to
the mot incorporating Jones' Ferry.
Art to empower the councils of Pitts.
burgh to aid -the Blinersville Faseengar
ILaLirotid in keeping the streets in re
Mr. Waddell n An act to tax the shares of
stock ia the Nattonal flanks.
Mr.'Gallaher An act to authorize the
borough of Latrobo to borrow money and
levy a special tax for borough purpose..
Sir. Boyle : Au act to authorize tho
School Directors of Fayette,county, to bor
rowimoney to erect a school house.
An get to change Wet rate of Intatrest.
ro repeat - tr net to kharmethst vertruerof
case from Allegheny to Armstrong County
A] 01111311102 f.
The names of Messrs. McCrary and Mann
should have been mentioned In yosterday , s
report as being active in the passage of the
free railroad law.
EtrrilLsWri...TlTZ /COB rAICBTTG.
Representative Doyle being ill, could not
appear In his place during the week when
important measures were before the lions.,
Mr. Doyle Is a leading advocate of the genii
Ine free railroad law, and opposed to the
cattle bill, both of which wore considered
durlog his falsence..
TIIB OoaaOLIDATIOS BILL.
The amendments to the consolidation,bill
were agreed upon by the commltte to satis
fy Senator Graham, who was opposed totho
bill as originally reported. •
Ia the dispatches relative to the cons - Mi.
dation bi ll , sent yesterday, the last proviso
should read, “Yrovided further. That If say
corporation refuse to tender (as . provided
In the section) within three mnths, the
city shall erect tree bridgea n —Rxr.
—The telegraph copy we received was
barely decipherable, hence it is not aurprle•
ing that the mistake occurred.—E D. t
The Liberals Closing'. Around Quere
taro—Letter teem Eecobedo —lle
Thanks Three Dey•Finish Vp
the Work—Discord Among' Imperial
new Tong. April 4.—The Herchre San
Luis potent (Mexico' correspondent of
March 9th, says: The Liberals, In trout of
Queretaro are rapid's closing in around
the city . to give the coup as grace to the cus
lElleObedeo writes that on the Ws instant
be had closed to his lines upon the city of
Canens, occupying the west and southwest,
along a line of elerations which command
the city, and Trerino, with the army of the
north, occupying the west and northwest of
All was expected to be M in i ster au assault.
r equ ire
in a letter to Lardo,
Eacebedo thant at be believes it will not
require more than three or four days longer
to finish - up the work at that point. Ile
says that while closing his troops around
the Place, large clouds of ilnat were ob
eerved: at if the Imperial army was re.
treating for Mexico. but this cloud returned
towards Queretaro as soon 4t was evi
dent that it might be outflanked. Ile also
states that there Is the greatest discord
vilin among e Imp il etial °hirers, that
y are dived in th
count 1, and cannot de-
termine what measures to take, and that the
army is accost in a starving condition.
totted Slates Senate—Extra Session.
Wasnixorog, April 4.—Mr. MOUTON or.
ferod a reolutlott that ten thowand copies
of the army register for lOIC in herein or
dered to be printed for the use of the Sen.
ate. Enforced to the Printing Committee.
Mr. Cif ANLEIt. subnaltted n Joint relo
lotion trout the Legislature of hlichigan,
asking a grant of land& to construct a rail
road from the on
regions lathe straits of
Mackinaw. Laid on the table and ordered
to be printed. .
2dr. &ASILSBUIIY offered &resolution that
hereafter au chaplain shall be elected or ap
pointed by the senate.
Otioction- made end the resolution
On motion of Mr. S1:3INE11. the benato
went tato executive session.
Petroleant Ba ent C rned itizens. —Deatb of Pr
PnILLOLLVITIA, April I.—Two cars loaded
with petroleum took flro this morning,
while crossing the iron bridge of tho Penn
sylvania itallroad over the Schuylkill.
iianll26 l C. Morton, a prominent merchant,
died last evening. •
Dr. Caspar Wistar, au esteemed physi
cian, died this morning. _
Swindlers A rec rre s tu n — t
L oan Spanish . laser.
pry Yoga', April Is rumored that
t he ridoed tAteit Marshal arrested the
principals in the eged fraud turn artted
a bout a year !WO on ten navy Ponartment.
Tito arctOont inyolsed is said to to l'ilo,ooo
It Is ran/Wird the Spanish insurroottoulst
leader, General f or s nogotiating with.
an Amerman twiner the loan ot litn,oo3
Gisest Easters. Expected.
New Yong, April 4.—The agents of the
Groat Eastern expect ber momentarily. tilio
will anchor in the North river. moor Canal'
street. A p assen gers gill rovided for the con
veyance of ana others to and
fro= the bill stup during her stay in port.
Pilo; to selling for !treat, the public will bo
allowed access to her daring a portion of
one or tws days for inspection and exam
[By /beide mut Allende 7kLegmph ComPa"Vi
OIL Oily, April 4.—Weather Vann ,and
cloudy; ranking. River four and sheaf pet
and rising. On market quiet.
Lontsvinna. April I.—The river IS falling,
with a% foot.
English Financial Budget-.
TALIAN MINISTRY RESIGNED
tonnes', April 3.—Ercning.—the annual
budget , presented to Parliament to-day
shows an excess of receipts over oxpoatlb
tures for the year, and the Valance surnam
ing In the Exchequer is offleidq• stated at
two and a-half million mrands. The esti
mated income for the present year will ex.
esod Sixty-rano million pounds, and the es
timated expenditures are sixty.eight min
tier' pounds. It 'apropos.] by the nmverm
ment to retain the present tax on malt and
impose atom's duty on receipts from marine
assurance and also on terminable annuities.
ITALIAN MINISTiV 11 - ISSIONE.D.
Ftoncace, April 4.—The Italian Ministry
have tendered their resignations and a now
Ministry . has been formed.
Ilnisvr, April 4—The steamer Ville do
-Paris, from New Yark,arrived last evening.
QCEENOTOWS, April I.—The steamers City
of Cork and city of lialticuore, from New
York, have arrived.
Loanow, April 4.—E,vning.—consnls,
Illinois cortilleates,7SX; 540',75%;1 , 1e, 4T.
LliEftr.t., April 4. Erem .—COtiOn
sod dull and steady, at a decline; middling
uplands Orleans, 13,. [ROW ile day, ty.loo
bales. liretidetunt.; Corn, mixed western
Cl! per luartur; others unchanged. Provi
sions: Lard 49siothen, unchanged. Produce
dull; Pot ashes :13s; others unchanged. '
Loum,s, April 4.—fAmung.—Dispatches
from Frankfort and Paris report United
States Cond. unchanged.
Fearful Coal‘Ellue Disaster
„MONO, April 4.—Dispatches. from the
,or llill coal mines, in Chesterneld
-.may, give no further particulars of the
disaster, except that I llret, explosions wore
heard after the drat one. An attempt was
made to tleseenci the shaft, but the bursting
out of the flames prevented It. Nettling In
known of Weat occurred iu the pit. Thirty
miners, white, and th irty-ni no blacks were
all at work to the mines at the Utile of the
bathe Vicinity or NtMitsille.
Nasur Mtn, -April 4.—The scum factory of
Ayres S Co., and the warehouse of Marshall
6 Doyle, •In the nortern suburbs, were
burned last night, together with their eon
tents. Thu loss was ahout pi,GOM insured
for ta,V,V. The resideueo of John Ed.
umnalsou. former shred? of Davithori
miles out on the -Murfreesboro pitm,
was burned this morning. The family Imre
ly escaped, losli , g clokhing and everything.
Railroad earn Earned.
ItocritN•rett, N. Y., ...terll 4.—hat evening
a freight car on tl:o Erie Railroad. when
-twelve miles south of this city, took tiro
and was wholly destroyed, with Its con
tents, it being tilled with nierchandlze. The
train was cut. to pieces and the other cars
' Veteran Besetrex.
.Nrir 'Yens, April I.—General Butterfield
Issued orders In compliance with lnst•nc
clone from Washington. by widen etsabled
soldiern suited for Linty lit Vetersm !Lenore , :
Corps can be enlisted at any recruiting' stn-
Lion In the United State,
GALV.TON, Tex., April Z.—SCA - 3 from
Caton Verde is received here to tee effect
that Indian spoliation continues. The
rumored massacre of twelve families by tine
Imbues Is not substanttated.
TOLUDO.AvnI I.—The large brewery of th.
Union Breh err Com patsy on a t-Cl ai r street
was destroyed by Ere this afternoon. Los
#l4ooth stork insured for 44:40; no Ins.
ranee on the
Spczisl Corrrarendexce le Flit:burgh ,tte.
Ilzimpistne, April 1.
The question of consolidation brought
large delegations of prominent citizens of
Pittsburgh and Allegheny to -the ,State's
capital. The A ileglien tans stoutly oPPosoil
the measure and plainly told their Polished
Senator Unit"the thing couldn't and should•
n'tb , did.. :They spoke on behalf of the'.
Councils of your sister city and wereshout
as earnest in the matter as men could be.
Some of them, however, admitted to
that they believed in the policy of emisolida
tion,but felt that the citizens or Allegheny
had a right to have a voice upon the sub
ject: It appears that the hill bud tit:entrain
ed by Major Wade, or your c:iy, submitted
to the guard 01 Trade, and shown to a few
well known "consolidttionists, and for
warded he'ro without ever hintin w g to Alle
glinny that finch a movement as afoot.
This was hardly generous, but the tact test
more decided opposition wan expected from
the Alleghenians, will C. 1.1.1 the gentle
men concerned for their practice of sherry
The highly respectable and august holy
of anti.consolidatiordsla from Allegheny
had hardly knocked tho aunt from
traveling roots, till MOTO numerous and
equally respectable Maly of friends tho
bill arrived from Pittsburgh. Tile shrea - ri
'Squire Steele beaded the latter delegation,
and openly precis:to est that his party meant
work, and, come weal or woe, the bill must
pass. Allegheny had long enougli
off action upon so important a measure,
and conrolidation neat rule. The Alleghe
ny, delegates loosed blank at tide declara
tion, coming from the mouthpiece of rat.
burgh Interests, and rated and scolded,
declaring that they would not. be bam
boozled into not arrangcumet for
tinhe imrtnewea to' te aptalirmuhitt
vot e —they coouldntmod it re Tie h llneesdel
of the merits of t h e question, the
itdelillitilge9 to tweet. to both cities front the
passage of the att, Invariably ended In loud
talk end warm
w e re o anti eollielitilee pert
. aortal encounters er tear.t. Finally, It
was agreed upon both elites that meut ing
of the friends and foes to t
held ill . dile ot the parlors of tlats
where a general expr.slon of feel
ing Might hq oldruned.
It seemed remarkably strange that the
councils (for the . nriapective delegations
were made up out of the rittsbergh an
Allegheny Councils) of the !'slater cities"
should come all all the nay to lititeiShtlett
nu " Joint scraion" over of
bile importance. Buta [natter
they m such
speeches for red agora-
were made by several gentlemen, and the
meeting resulted in norther compromise
nor understanding. To the tone of "old
hundred" the delegates marched ot of the
parlor., and in knots gathered a b out the
hotel and renewed the points In disc ,
le Vl' TARTICA.
'rho nest happy thought wlllOll str..
the ..•constdrientso wits to stir Senator
tarn Into a proper appreciatmn of the di
acuity which eurrotindtd the bill and et
greet danger of its biting killed. bOVuritl t
the dOltitatt3 Hinted up the noble Seuatto
ana before 61m proceeded to lay their plito
for outwitting the opposers of the bill
But Ito whispered to them in hit so limes ,
tones,that ...the bill shouldn't be killed.'
and he would champion it upon the soot
of the Stmate.• Ito could nee no Minor of
its being killed, for holwould tell brother
Graham that bin election an Speaker of tin
float Senate depended. mo s tly on his posi
tion upon the questi of consoll.
r o the lightng rp.
Committee retired, with the undendanding
that he was to 11011 Senator liraliarn and
would war and vengean to until
recede from his co
to chagrin of tho committee who bud
stnted Brother Bighorn np to desperahtionkir..
as they supposed, hobnobbing wit
Graham Snit tigAitiv Oa matter Over, at
hie leisure. Sl u t the tall was passed, as :sir.
Graham intended it should pass, for ho bad
“tiet , up'. the Senate oven prev ious to tam
arrive , of tither of the delegation.. The
free bridg proviso was inserted at the In
stenos of o
the friends of s
ibs bill. It is
thought that this foutoro 610120,W111 carry
Allegheny end the boroughs on the South
bank of aiononalicla tor consolidation.
It will appealp - - strongly to Um working
clams., 0,011 luderol to all who are annoyed
with toll paying. Till bill probably g
through the Bones on Irlday With ilo
Sir. Waddell, the nctivo and appreciated
tuumbur of this 110010 Item Cliester,dttelros
it to be kuo.,r, that how us not the origina
tor of the movement increasing limply of
members. merely introduced the bill
from tho Committee on Plavii
.44 Ofeours p
ole ot to lei hold accountable
for it. au rut hu vote - , ag.inct granting
any inereare tawy.
Ton rune 00,000. . .
A strong movement 10 being made to Is svo
the Irwin Street Midge tell taken up before
the close of WO peeslon.lt to u tillatno taut
the rem cupiteists lut.racd.:::: in the suSPen.
Mon bridge succoeslod preyunting action
Upon Into bill.
Meru than a Monett:id bills on too mien
dar willnot be reached th mission. This
Um° of the I.cgh now Is now very limi
ted. The pinchers ere to be pitied, but only
the gamest of fowls can be shoved through
tho TOmamlßß MISS for legislation.
FOUR O'CLOCK, ATM
The Public Debt Statement.
YELLOW FEVER AT PANAMA.
CaNe in the Supreme Court.
PROGRESS OF THE CATTLE PLA9UE
Another Appointment for Ana
WASIII'MOTOTI. April 4. 1117
Statemont of Lho public debt to April I.t:
Debt Imleing coin Interest, ;W7,381.591 SO;
debt be eurroncy Interest,
maturturdebt not. preacuted for payment;
61145.1." , a 32; LIMA being no intermit, 11117,
225,;113.er:; total, $2,6M,713,371 IS; amount in
Treasury, cola, $10,303,477 21, currency, $34,-
ItB,ICP: LI; total, $110,'11,303 amount of ;MM.
less rash In treasury, 62,5 . 13,4-5,:47 0 41.
A letter from Um Surgeon Qt the United
Statel chip Germantown. Dated Panama,
March :ZIG., eaya the yellow fever wal pre
vailing lu Panama. though it U alt septet
to conceal the fact. There it no facer at
Asplnwall or on heart the rt sad:
Cr VEX I, trek. rret.
The Interml Rovuuuo re9wpta 10-clay
mucnt ea to 1,5.V.,172.
The C::.3 of the steamer Wia. and
argo, captin en in IS;3, and condemned and
sold la New orleaus, In and the money.
some rlanao, p•i,l Into the Registry of the
Court, was argued In the Supreme Court .to
-44y. It comes by appeal from the Ea'tarp
Instrlct of Louisiana, taken by Jo;Mutt nray
.1 New Alban), Indlnna. Tto yes.
nod cargo, at thu beginning of the rebellion,
belonged to Cox, Brannard d Co, of which
firm liinyden wag n member, owing
one-sixteenth. lie, however, remained
loyal; and lila property, itt
Woa cOnliscated by the rebels. The
remilnder of the firm remained in Mo
bile, and ran vesvel and cargo through the
bldclualo. She was captured near Havana.
Ittinry Crawford, of Indiana, argued the
eaSio for Brayton, 6. D. Coz, for other part
ners, and Assistant Attorney G uneral Ash
ton, for the Government. The case will be
'noon.. OF TIM sncuortrx,r.
The Department of State has received&
dispatch from the United States. Legation,
at the Hague, dated March :Nth, in
which filo writer says the rinderpest
has spread foto Belgium and France.
The report of orsgrees in Holland,
from tho sth of January to tit° 17th of
obruary. shows a decltno from week to
WOO," The number of case, during that
prrloJwte4l.l,4v3; actin., 1,175; slaughtered ,
4,4A1l heitt.X.M.O.tal. loss 0f,11.:a..
~PIIVPI,6 or OILTIPOP.P
The Senate to•iay, after haying thorough
IV dineurse‘l the nomination of Er.-Governo
Bra.' ford, of 51auluml, as Surveyor of I:al
timore, coniirmml it.
Tho President has nominated Ex-SenatO
amen W. Nesmith, of Oregon, as atiniste
aumcr LTVL. COXI:4841102.8.
1 report pres - nilx %but the Preelaen
bocialnuted Dr. Norton 5. Tow:wend, 10.
urly member of Congresa from Ohlo,C
/2.1011er of Agriculture.
CJ LOT YD.
The Senate rejected the nomtnati
Loves Shea se Collect. of Interim' Re
uo, Secobd Dletrlct. lane.
Chief J tistito Classy be prepared, unil
wit! 0)011 Lague In prlaigul ions, 6 circuit
!stating the it ualtfleatious required for Reg
Len, of Bankruptcy.
DECONFITIICCTI.N ♦aa Ina at-remelt rotor
A bill It to be filed by Judge ,ebatecity and.
tobart J. Mniker, in the Sniiiemn Co
the United Mates, to-morrow, coustatlnv, o
the complaint of the state of nflasisalpp
n behalf of herself and such other buttee
may be tn•eteited in the premises, who
.hall, by consent of the Court, make [hero
.elres psalms here against Andrew John•
. on,a eltlzon of Tennessee, and Pres,Mont
of too COW,' State., and also against flea.
E. 0. C. Ord. TOO potitiOn arts forth at
lengththo history of thd formation of t
State of 11lsslsslpPl, claiming, odsid
hn protectlon of the nenatltutlortal • right
•f a State, that there are enrnetteta funds
• en tel. Irrevocable Ann unalterable. nee ur
tag forever to the State of Mississippi her
rights as • State In this Union. by such
compacts and the rights acquired
under them, the petitioners , believe. this
Court will regard It Its duty to maintain In
the same manner, at leant, as It would ert
tore° between Individuals by injunction or
otherwise, the specific performance of con-
tracts. Averment Is mania that tine Con•
gross of thd United States cannot comsat's
tlonally expel Mississippi from the Linton,
and that any attempt which practically
does so is a nnllity, and that therein no pro.
vision In the Constitution of the United
Staten which subjects her, no a State, to any
pains, penalties, or forfeitures, as &conse
quence of sucti void attempt of • portion of
her people to withdraw her from Chet:elms,
oil , powers to punish a State by expulsion
or otherwise, for any cause, haring been
expressly refused in the Convention ~ which
framed the Federal Coruditution. Shearers
that her citizens lost none of their political
rights, nor incurred any penalties, except
what might be iedicted on them as indivltl
nais hy lee prlOcess Of law after trial by
jery.. She avers that she exhibited to good
faith adhesion to tho Constitution by
electing Senators and Eupresoutatives to,
congress, anti complains they have been
wrongfully excluded, anti that her people
have mum compelled to pay taxes and hear
the burdens of the government withont
reps esentollon. Thu act to provide
for the More ellicicut government
of the rebel States, • and the act.
supplementary thereto, utterly annihilate
Gm State idoveretnout, ity Congress as
suming the power to control, modify and
even abolish Its government, in short. to
exert sovereign power Over It, and the ut•
ter destrubtion of the Mete must be the
consequence of their execution. The Scope
of power vested In the killitory Command
ant Is so broad, so comprehensive, as was
never before vested In a military command
er In any government which shards
tho rights of Its citizens or stsbjects
by laws. Tint Inn of pomelalnt ton!
eludes as follows: how the complainan t
expressly charges that from information
end belief the said Andrew Johnson. Pres!.
dent, luviolation of the Constitution, and
In violation of the entered rights of States.
proceed notwithstanding his execu ti on
qs mere ministerial duty, to the
lit bald able na though they more
law, and ilach sctOco wit - Jo ro oulti
not do if be had' any 'discretion, or
that in doing so he performed anything
snore than ministerial duty, with a view to
the execution of said nets, the said Andrew
Johnson has assigned military com
manders to the several districts, to carry
Into completes execution, and for this
purpoec 1,4 itseltined General C.O. Ord
lathe com Men whoseo latatiis Of tiississippl
and Arkanaass, thy cern pinning t ',rays
may boa defendant to Oda DI/Wand !served
with all proper procese, le.; and complete
ant (either averts that said General E. G. C.
Ord Will spatting azter on the ,11.hearge of
said duties, unless restrai.. b;, t4ll. hi..hOrt
SAvat , Xas,ty ll4:ll47ll 7 "" :l. t i ,: t ll ,44 tirra n y .
compani , Now ....lon,;:t geng In Au.
tyro dCompanyAltra iy 7 c our t griqyted
t''lstrulol:pittial.i""gncttillion"Cira°' Ifite4NrYrthel!rttmerip"tiP the
Union linage Convention In Arnanssts
111adieni Platform .Adopted-Tne
President :tot .Endisevea.
Nam YORE', Avail 4.-41:10 Herald's Little
Rock special of • Testersayst The State
U Won Convection hag been in session ell
day end evening.' A plan: PM with resolu
tions was adopted of an niers Radical c h r
a c ter, approving the CerirrOl.a9 o Pan Of
noooa6lllloll oll trod rendruhuihni to du
Resolutions commending the President,
and recom met:tams
concilialMT course tow4rd rebels were
A State Central Committeiewas appointed
nd instructed to elitatddlOi a State Linton
- aimed to wait upon
ho Committee spat__
General Ord reported that he heartily ap
proved tho object of the Convention. and
was desirous - of co.perating with' them.
Toe Convention will dahliasa adjourn to.
morrow. - • 4
Pending the Convention, it largo 'meeting
Of freedmen was held err btlan HOUSI3
nouare. neveml delegate++ and colored
nlmehers addressed' tnem. ;West - entlial
am prevailed endue disturbance was ere.
Negro Celebration at 11111‘
lee—A Colored Man Idled—Store '
po• roteralos ItloNaol, April L—The colored
ulation of Yorktown an d.eletn cel
bra p ted tits passage of Otto Becenstitructioyne
bill on Saturday by a proceemon.
Two soldtors of the Fifth Artillery, while
intoxicated, came In contact with
some ordered mon, mho were not in
the proceesion. A melee ensued, and
the soldiers discharged their revolvers
' into the procession. Tbsy Stare attacked
and In taking away the revolvers one m
diacharged and a negro killed. whether uci
cidently or not is unknown, The soldiers
were arrested on a charms of, warder. Tau
store of Mr. Waterman, formerly tlenten
ant in a colored regiment, I ns excited the
enmity of his nmghbors U Marrying is
daughter of one of the prominent rest
dents of James City county. Virginia, was
, iurnect Saturday nisi:Mbyte= iniminuoits.
Parrusticao, Ye., April 1. Senator Wil
son addressed a large , assemblage in front
of lerneit . a Motel to-olght. The colored
element was largely predominant and
made enthusiastic manifestations. Senator
W. sts:We upwards of in hour. pro
claiming himself radical , and • entirely
committed to radical urine:pies. Ile saul
the negro was now ZS moth a citizen of the
United States as the president, and entitled
to all the privileges Of the white dies. lie
disclaimed all intention on the part of Con
gress and the North to degrade or humili
ate the South by measures of re-construe
. Uon s .bot rather aimed to 1a0V93.0 the lowly
New dfine of nienntere—lteveune
ficulty Adjusted—Nevade Legisla
ture—The 'notification of the ttur-
Mew Trimly Hoped Roe—The tree' ,
On the Subject.
,ax FAANCISCO, Cal., April ei..—The Ti. ,, e ,
says It is reported that a new lino of steam
vs from New Yolk vie Panama will short
ly be put on. The preliminaries are beingi
already arranged and the slimmers
' readmess. Whether the recent consolida
tion of the coast lines has anything told°
with this we are not advised.
The recant ,eiroure of Chinese goats, val
ued at halt a tl2ll/10t1Ol 4.1(4111T., for an at
tempt to defraud the revenue, has been ad
justed saist.tctorily to all parties, Call the
g 0041,4 rel....ed. -
The Nevado Legialsiure, yristsrdaY, ml
jOurned the special wission.. Tile Objeet
for which it was celled, the passage of a
.oeono 1,111, wee c-CCOMplishtil,lllougli not
in a ..atislactory manner. ~ .
it i+ the opinion hero that the Stand in
treaty should be retitled. The fisher/ in
terests are immense. and prOspectivtly the
posse , slons would be worth millions to the
Z..th rraeel to trade in Inedinuds of our
Government. The newepspers are 'anent-
Moult, In favor of thotreat.W. '
The says: The extension rj iho
Pacific coast line woahl - plice the
United States in a most ad . titageons no:
i anion in reference to the lion °Meu
met cc, while the political 0 0
enaphaalsed nyth archiall.2.l.l;
The ,Itio-Cldif ye the yolitical rig
nificatiro of the change of owned - Ado of the
iterritory to antler Government Intereste,l
cannot hear the, least comparison tons coll.
The Tones thinks the IlegtilbitiOn Of Oils
territory of the Lint importance to the
American people. .
CON DENNED TJELECiIIANN
Twelve thousand tire hundred anti sixty
emigrants arrived at Castle liartlem New
York, last month.
Colored troops have been forwarded for
sorriest on theplaints.
Ann Crease, in a salt for seduction and
promise of marriage against Thomas Con
way, in the New York Common Pleas Court.
has obtained a verdict for $lO , O damages.
A correspond/ant has seen John U. Starrett
m prison and moons trim as being treated
more like a gentleman than as en asearaln•
surratt remarked that, he conaideted his
escape to Canada a neat thin g, and sib - 1011d
the reports of his doings In Larose woo
mostly true. Ito declined to say anything
about, his connection w ith the assassination
plot. Ile regards St. Marie Os his enemy,
and a treetherona fellow. Very naturally,
ha having given the int orrustlem whjel, pre
vented Ur. Surratt coratinuelag his "doings'
abroad. to -Main that It might he demon,- ,
strated whtther Or not his "data gs at home . '
were connected with the assassination con.
The New York Chamber 01 Commerce
L iestess my adopted resoluta°. In favor or
the continuance of the secretary of the
Treasury's system of con trartion.
George W. Randolph. formerly Confeder
ate Secretary of War. died on WedemelaY.
An explosion in the Clover 11111 Coal Pits,
Citesterneld county. Virginia, occurred en
Wednesday.Twenty-alve white and fifty
colored MIIICIS were 1.1114.1. The pita were
burning, but the shafts were closed to ex
tinguish the lire, so thou. the bodies cannot
The gunboat Florida, from West 111,11°1,
arrived at Fortress Monroe yesterday.
,Several heavy failures in commercial dr.
cles occurred la Memphis. Others are look
Wltnemis in roart:
Cif all untrytunate pimple Ia this wort..
none are more entitled to sympathy and
cornnasseratlon than those whom cirouru
stances oblige to appear upon the wane,.
”tand In Court. lyre Is n pletnrcol rawii lay
a contemporary, and a very accurate ono It
to, of. the pleasuro of being a witness: "You
u p alt o ced to tbe stand Red place your hand
upon py of the Scriptures to alleepea
Waning, with a cross on one side anal none
on the other, to nooommoditto either vari
ety or the Christian faith. You are then
arraigned before two legal gentlemen, one
of whom modes at you blandly because you
are On his side, the. Other eyautt you eay.
nicely (Or the opposito reason. The gentle
' Wan who suille• proceeds to piano yen or 1
you know, anti having squeezed all La
wants out of yoU, &mantle hands you over
to the other, who
,proceeds to show you aro
entirely itUstattn hr yo u r rtiopealtions,
that you have never saw anything you liana
sworn to; that you nover saw the detendant
In poor Ilfe; In short, that you havo cOui
witted direct porlury flat words to know If
you have over tx, 13 Elate • prison, anal
takes your dindul er.
with the air of it
nten who thinks you ought to have
been th ere. askeyou tilt the lineations over
again In different ways. sod tells you with
an awrwinspiring severity, to ho careful
what you say lie wants to know If ho en.
&Tato.' yonto say ao and so, anal wants to
know whether yell meant llontettftg Oine•
/raring ballieti Mal neared you Outer your
,you In the eyes of the
jary of prevarication, ho lets yon go. By
and by everybody you have fallen out with
hi put on the stand, to swear that yea are
the biggest scoundrel they ever knew, and
not to be believed under oath. Then the
opposlog counsel, in entainhig up, pal q is
your 1,..0ral photograph to the Jury, as a
i l ls cartieter tit to be handed down to Limo as
type of infamy; as a man who bad eon-
spired against innocenea and virtue, and
stood convicted of the attempt. The.loe..
in his charge, tells the hey If they ,Believo
your tettluiony dc.,-Indicating that thorn
is even a Judicial doubt of your veraeitY,
and you no homer. your wife and family
neighbors and aconalutanceli , a suspeete , i
men, ell because ,of Mar ncr.hinotal !prow.
auto on a 4 ilniortunate OccasiCan Who
Would ho a witnesal
Deck Iland Drowned,--Stopben Spicer,
elan, employed es a deot tuad ou
tee steaiudr eranalloovaadrowned to the
Idouongehela river on Tuesday eVonitur, by
falling on' the guards of lbo boat samba was
possteg Grays Laudlog. Every effort was
Dade by Dm otflevre of tke boat to rescue
Co peek be:awe tyad4tolkao oat , '
roach Ulm. Tee body hoc Cot been no:
*oared. • .•
7.&br Mull; has boon elect e d Mayor o
CITY AM) SUBURBAN
FUG ICTft PAGE.—The fullest and mini rt
]forty, Oil • and Produce Market Rt•
po d, vireo by ony lover in the city, irill be
Puna on our IburA P.
Subscrthcrs changing their places of rest
deuce will plea,o leave their new addresAes
at our counting room, co that our carriers
may bo enabled to deliver the Garret
without internill•ton. our terms for the
year wilt remain as usual—fifteen cents pOr
week delivered by currier.
Oyer and Terminer. Sr
I:Motm lion. Jam, P. Sttrrett.
• . .
Tli -Court met Tur.tni morning nt 10
oclook, and procoode.l ritLjury
TIEN YiII,ORGY cA.Z. •
The unto o J. 11. Dawson, Indicted for
making and uttering n forged draft, with
Intent. to defraud .1. K. Caldwell, wag ra
annr.eil, and resulted In the nailing of a ver
dict of 'not guilty, Ilm, 'prosecutor, .1. K.
Caldwell, to pay the 00000."
A LAtrENV CAit,
E. T. Castle ahor ROM! Wti, tried for the
larceny of torty dullard tram It stranger at
the Kash House. I le)ailmated having taken
the money, and was ante, ted by olllecrderry
GUUlhort. hilt subietpiently 4seultid enduing.
The jury foam) u veralet of 'mot guilty,"
awl the pr,oller Wll4 4.161.1411:.:ea by 1)11.'16-
teeryps Ilan awl Ibtelit IL Ilnll, brothers,
were indicted for felonious assault and bat
tery said Moo s mayhem—the former as
the latter es aiding, and abet
ting—on oath of Peter Delaney. -1 difficul
ty occurred at Felix Lafferty's tavern, on
en/ID/dela wtreatt, on the evening or the no
01 J and lust, ill which Ihe and Dula.
nOY wore cm/Curbed. Ibtvid Hall and Dela
ney first became en e ,uaged, 1111.1 the former
wan thrown deem Alter being separated
Delaney a Loi thrown down by tseurge
and while they were on the door, Delaney
polling outs knife, I 1 all p teorge) seized him
by tee nose with hie teeth, destroy
ing its iloman appears/see by substl.
toting the Itossitm ter /lunation. Delaney
also reeelved a stab In the thigh. Defense
AAA, 111011 i as 1 u
t e r 1/1/i) by on the ground
that the biting o o pettior i s nos...was
not wilfully end tnaltelou.lV done by Deo.
Hall, but under tear of the hello In the
hands of his ant iiiron lit, bind It Wass not tab.:
prestlnied Ibd. David Heil could been any
knowledge of an Intention to commit may
hem, the eel Laving been done in the con
f ea/on of a her-realm light. As to tile (ell:
Mons 1.1-s.ollt and battery, the cutting of
Delany 11l the hip, there 009 no evidence
ILA to soy Liu fe oil,: than that in the hands
f the prosecutor himself. 51r. Marshall,
addressing Ole )nry, said It would not do
to decide the case from the stambpolntof
men who spend their lime at home Instead
of in the bar-room, end to say that the men
on trial hell no business a here tbeY were.
and therefore should be Thu
prejudices of men were net to govern them
In the jury bo.k hot they were to decide ac
cording to the law.
Gel. Du if sold it was net necessary - that'
George Doll have hail
t ail intention ti
to bite oelany I a eou g
that he 11111 in, tne other etronmetances tak
en Into tonsideratlon. Thedofer.ce that
the may'hcolwail ustillfttile in self defence
oulu not if O i :lie liens huffing been the ay
gre-sors bringing het the Oldie/MY, and
sit the Oulu eitti . ."-onl du an unlawful assault
on the pit-..ter.
• The Court did not think the mayhem en.
t/s al/le on the ground of self4ofense. under
the facts,. claimed. if the °trance was Mtn-
In Itted white itg tlu tb, I niesit tonal ly, and ma
liclintsly, :vet Ills )ail so believed, thud..
fetimtnt. (Sem /fa null, ' , Weld be cony Ictod.
The deter/dnt Davld could not Ito con
' victeu unles a s it a at shown Ile had a knowl
edge el the Intent/on of Ms brother. and at an
present aiding and abetting. Wheps It
became a c cessar y for a party to act In self
; defense, before he Enool , l rightfully claim
immunity foe be iletlnm Lit Must nppeai
that the necessity was nut of him own grea
t tun, or that ho waa not the wasailing party.
.10 to the other charge, ffilonimas a.sault and
imttery. the jury, ludore they could convint,
1 rints , t r.m bgla......t , l i i.: o lon 0f .. .1e , f , e 4 0 .. ..1a a rt .
so bel ley In might amp/ It aim of the felony
end cone act bun of the unit, fel a ounding.
end,. .10. .:her Indietment, 11,1 - 1 , 1 Ilafl
melt have been present whenthe cutting
lea, done, I.llllng Wel abating, before he
could be ewe. '
The jury had not agreed at adjournment.
Trial Mal for Frlda? .
41. Dr. 0.60. S. Footer va. Dr. C. M. Dake.
A. Chas. Cut., V. J. D. Lin,ltay.
7. Mao V. soot t ob. ti r o. 1 6 . Ittalisell et. al.
Clty of l'ltt.hurga Wlllta,a Ward.
Juba 110Rmauct nt. VI. Jolla Mlnaltart
11. 11. 1 , . Read CO. vb. Schultz, Soo & Co.
46. John N. It'Clowm . /11'CloaltsY•
Metlortr.b. Nottmva. PM-Man:h. Allelthe .
tty A Manchester ra4s. It. W. Co.
cox LOS rLaa9.
11. It. Vativmml , l , ra. M. 1:00011.
It. SIMI tg ornery 011 Co. vb. Garrard Olt Co.
41. John Carr 4,4 Steamer Cobgrarrb,
11. Thomas 11m,rmy s Deana R. It. Co.
53. 11. A. I.avbly rn. Allbtx. Lchrr l Co. •
l'urter 0, Coat IMMI Muting Co.
:A. Alex. Elliott VA. Jacob
Itobt liar, vb. Samuel nankin.
0,7. Anthony .1100410 vs. Samuel Ituatta.
51.IlurgareL Deer 00. lamb.; Numb.
DI 'Ariel Conr t.
liefore Juddir WlMame. '
Mortlit vs. Olmstead
nor. Ileroto reported. Tuejury I/roue:din
a verdict not properly drawn, and returned
to their room to mato the mooted correc
tion. Court adjourned baton they rit-aft
Leopoel llellbrnner 21111112 Footing.
Plaintiff Lilting to upNar, judgment of non
suit wa. enteroil. •
11. Cadint v, Eliza Marshall. Con
tinned, plaintiff nOt
Dayld ! , 01,1 V, Duncan llapnitton,tieorgo
and J 3111 t. Jolinsted.' :Nettie/I.
Hobert C,ar T A. tl. H. Collins,
tor or lobo M. Cornwell and Smutted 1..
Her, Plaintiff tool; a non.uld.
tdioreti I:. lilt° vu. IV. gar.
nisnee 'Jain.,.ormley. Plaintiff inn 01 0
pouring, Judgent of nOu.suit Mlti
Common Pie^. Court,
..fore nom Thom.
,onern S RobertAon us. W,o. Boyd 3. Soo
fore reported. Verdict for plait - dal:0 fo.
.Tantes o , C,nnor vs. John (7111noro and
Aticun Jacobs, owners of tow heat "Fos...
Iletere reported. Thisoccupied the
greater portion of the session, and was not
eoueluded at allJournment.
Jumped Off end Weil Killed.
Edward Wester :me, a resident of nicht.
gan, aged twenty years, wsa Instantly kilt
ed u the outer deprit,,,of the Pittsburgh,
Fort Wayne t Chicago Stallway. WedneS•
day nigh*, under the following eleetleastan
Yes ; Ito o v al n imeammer on the Cleveland
Express So: 11, diltl at 9:20 p. m., and upon
the arrival of the train at the oiler depot
his cousin who was with hire and who resides
in Allegheny, advised him to Jump off, OM,
ting that hecould .16so safely, and thus
avoid long walk back from the federal
passengor est,:ilon. Westerman
e l l oil, and us he did so struck Ills ,J
he n ed
against the track scales, crushing Ids Skull
and catu.ing instant death, Ills body re.
bounded to the track and a Dort:nu Cl the
train passing over his 101 l sem mangled it
Coroner Clawson bold an Inquest on the
body. y.terdny, end a verdict was reader.
et! in accordance with the facts, the train
attaches being exonerated from any blame.
Woman Garroted and ilobbod. -
A German woman, giving her name as
Gretchen lioeltzop I le, residing on !can
street with a family named Millman, states
that whilst returning from the German The'
etre( Academy of Music) am Thursday night
last, and when lathe space, hotween the Ir
win lionse and the Poynter, at the J unction
0( mut street with Liberty, she was seized
by a largo elan with red whiskers, who, af
ter tie is tier, a handkerchief over her mouth,
took from her person is pocket book con
taining fifteen Intedred dollars, and then
ran raidly away. The identifya she
did not know nod could not the
lan. 1•40 sum of money was uneasily
large tr, carry about the person, particular
ly to: place of amusement, and tfher otorylbe
tem:4th° herb ts a fair ono that- the tot.
her knew o ving it and emialtoed the
opportunity offered, by her returning from
tho theatre Mono, to relieve her Of the
De • Ills wire,
Citizen of South .rdttsbargu, rejoicing In
the unique cognomen of John Smith. wear.
reeled by officer limiter and brought before
Justice harbor yesterday charged with de.
sorting tile unto. Dirs. Smith allogeg that
lobe loft their horns some alz weeks since
and eliXongh having been frequently Impor
tuned to return has failed to do so. The
truant husband put forth no defence other
than that he was willing to support her who
had shared tall jova had sorrow, for sixteen
years, but be would no l',osquiltlop eshllieht
to cohabit with liar ronge:._ le wee =MI
ftgod ball In the cum of woo or •1• •PD•ar .
ceol the next tutu of tap Criminal Court.
The ease will, incur opinion, nue= eOlno tti
trial, as the partles are both highly respects•
ble and will.no doubt conclude tO oomprOM-
S 0 pu
arald • •110.10Vastili•tion.
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(""" 11 A •l il, 1 / 4 -
41 4 r 27 1 4. C
1 „ •..
Terrible Explosion In a Coal PIE-1 ' , trees Goiaslgi. '
Th.oe men 1111000. - The weather yesterday waS very *ring'
The Steubenvilee Herald of Wednesday lite. In the morning the rol.ts_bung lOws
sayet—A terrible !explosion °centred at 7 and the son struggled in Min for a time tO
o'clock this morning, in the coal pit of too pierce the vapor canopy above the soot he.
hush Run Coal and Iron Company, at Rosh •grlmmed wails of our city;
, but as the day
Rim, 00. the P. .1. C. I:. IL, eleven toile. ha advanced the beams of the greet Illumine -
low this city. We gathered the following for ruched the pavements and lit uy the 1
facts at the scone of-the entastrOphet groat enrglea sea of humanity, alighting' .
For some time past the eurbing, or shine . here on a rushing attorney, whose arnicar.
of the pit, ataxy feet below the month, was
out of repair, and on an examination by the as.' a , “ very uuggestiVO of faded
hose, Sir. James grown, it was deemed nee• books and brown parchment, and there On
essary to. repair it at once, although not a boot of laa-yire on one of the coroersi
considered actually dangerous. A tom• while occasionally a PUrlghtiv dam.' dined
emery platform was erected across the pit ....., r ,.., so_ light, ,,, „ 5.„,_ ,„_„, ~,,,,,...e ss
for that purpose, et a distance of slaty feet t 3-, 5 . 0. ;;,.,, ~.,,,t t., h , v:,;•,i,i , 7.--_-_1,1"_;•-•4 , ,,,
below, and made perfectly Mr tight to pre. ~„,, hero , oo or, hoe,
. 000 1 , Z
00 ;, ha d
vent the escape of gasses from the chambers ..”"
of silken. ecola ~ti plaited h ttght Iv together
beneath. Mr. Brown descended to the plat
end cemented with tames oti. There wee a
form tosoo if everYthmg w " 'dean"' Ina time a het wo were gottilled with a glimpse
proper condition before them tm went down, or ti0.,..0.r ringlets ~ow and then, but the
and toned everything, tu he thoeght. in a . caprices act those torelguers who are the or.
condition. Oncoming up, Thos.
Payne, Lake Harr'. and Thomas Pawn bee-
.e , ULt . eeLs of %m e re . sl p tifn e s
o l o taj o e r. eli s tge m d ,,,, all
conduit ...ith..tools to ,repair th e curbing, . s .,',V, os y,:i r , a w l ir
~ , L . l o rii,
, L ..,,,,,....
and in duo minutes after they had as" hat the fair reader may turn up tier:Pretty
the ft se x lanclingen the Platierm• note obe
mutest tartlet° explosion occurred. blowing bona or prosaser,easws3 reties Outtlteotes
the beams of lambing, stone. mad dirt out
„.,. have upright to complaint& , it fact, it Is
of the pit . with mach forts #33 0 0111, .... none of our business. hut 'ore nay mks, and
roof of the building. Paton wag blown oat we cannot let matters prozreaS any further
Of the pit - against the roof, and fell with a
.st.l , t ., ll o ou a l..iin en t , e l r u n r ist .
m onj es so i Lejta nu rt g n e ro on te m at e . ot i , m . ;
mass or Umber directly segos. the bantort
over the month of - the pit, entirely dead the partner of his bosom doue up in short
, and or much burned and disllgmed. 5ee
,.,,. clo th es, scolloped around the edges after
oral of tile weratil e " "... na g near , tSe .•;.'' th e manner of au Inhabitant of the Celestial
were silently Injured and stattueo•ig ' , es Empire, while “worowa's chief adornoterne
I ts. The smots and gee for a 1,, wrapped around a tun-cashion and
time made it impossible to approach the
~, perched on the top of the head like a minim.
pit. A stream ofwater, h oweVer, w " 9 '" -• sure hay,stack, while depending from either
ty turned lu.wnich purified the Mr lean side dangle something - they call coils, bet
boor outlicient to allow workmen to de. 100 a moo, like the r. „,,,,,, or 0 bait dozen or
getout. On examination It was found the the porcine tribe. At a lirst glance yon
platform and curbing had wrecked the shaft would suppose rho had Jest escaped from
no as to prevent a possage to the Marto., yome neighboring temple of , the drama,
some two hundred feet belovr the platl,m, where she had been playing in Aladdin Or
where the other' men had fallen. Up to some other oriental production, but at the
noon today the bodies of 'Jerrie and Payne mend, you could oor q , e ,,,, onehrtha her
had not been recovered. It is supposed the a „,,,, oers ; and wooderroa .,„a norr , was not an
t h e was the re.s" of ear ele2 "" . w " invisible hand In the_akV , endeavoring to
the part of the workmen, In removing a pull those locks yea prZittni so much out by
part lit or musing a vent In the platform, the Vers. such o , 4ltrstiff there seems to
through which the gas became igellott by be on Groot .tretchc•l'lialr. /loops—those
the lamps. graceful appendages to tenantne toilets—are
rapidly disappearing. , They seemed. so
- - graceful that we are sorry to knell their
doom, yet. the eat has gone forth, anti - wro,
melt are to be slender once again.
Great Excitement C ha rt ed
bin: ins Trenstury.
It will be remembered that, in January,
says tho Coshocton Journal, the treas•
urer of Coshocton county alleged that ho
bad a chew! thrown over his head, u allele
•" - -
put in his mouth, and bound with a rope by
two men, who proceeded to rob his sate of I'
some twenty.two thousand dollars. The
first man to go to hLe rescue R . 11.9 the Sheriff
of tho county. Though a number of arresis
werelmade. and two men kept In the Jell
for nearly a year. no convictions were ever
effected. A mystery from tint day to this,
has been hanging lover the whole transfix
than. The Journof and Coaltocton Age,
for intimating a suspicion that It was not a
robbery, had their proprietors, It. D. Cooke
and Joe W. Dwyer, prosecuted by the virtu.
0119 and indignant Treasurer for darnel:ca
to his character in the =omit of twenty
thousand dollars, Sc.
During the last few years there has been
an individual moiled J.im Brown, a banker
in Coshocton. worth, It is Haul, eine,ooo, who
hue become notorious on aceount of the fre
quent indictments lound against him for
forgery, burglary and perjury, For a year
or two In has been residing in Canada, be
yond the retsoh of officers of the law. but
on making a sly vlsit to his home was
caught and lodged in Jail , but subsequently
released on ball. Ile has Dern frequently
charged with cowl liCity in this treasury.
robbery, and It to said has frequently threat
ened to make some exposures If not • let
alone. lids he seems to have done, tor we
have the rumor to.day that the Treasurer
who wan robbed, and the Sheriff' who went
I to his rescue, have been arrested for that
I ro The bbe Attorney General of the State, deem-
I log the evidence of Browns complicity In
I this robbery so clear, has commenced atilt
s against him for the amount of the State's
portion of the loss.
Earroat.—The Itistori excitement - rivals
already the mania created by the advent of
the sweet nightingale. Jenny hind- Every
body ls talking of the great Dalian artiste,
VE.M.7.i.rf-tleAttaingiehr.24.l2e2. , Mt l-, lt
greeted by the most brilliant and fasli ina‘ I
able audiences which: have ever essem
bled in Pittsburgh. Pre-eminently superior
to any living actress in the world, Bletorl, I
the queen of tho stage. had a to
expect from the refined alntelligent
Aelerlean people the series of ovations al-
ready paid her wherever she has appeared.
To the credit. of this locality be it said
that genius is appreciated. and that she
will be received In as cordial a manlier
here, and ,be as fully appreciated among
the Indastrial messes as she has been In
more fashionable and metropolitan cities. I
The sale of seats has been large, but many
yet remain unsold, and Inasmuch as tee
present visit of the great Elston will be the'
only opportunity ever offered of bearing
and seeing her. doubtless every available
seat will be closed out before the week
clones. The ingika remain open, and we
urge our readers not to delay making their
selection, as orders are coming in from.ell
sections for tickets.
Orana llouse.—Wh lie we are in giddy ex•
eltereent over Itistorl, we }Den not lose
sight of treS fact that the charming young
American actress, takes
her farewell benefit to-night at the Opera
Henan, bier engagement has been a bell.
tient one, and succeeded in winning
a host nf friendsa nd admirers amongst the
amusement lovers. To-night she appears
In the beautiful drama of “Ila Somnam
beta," arid the popular extravaganza of the
"Three Fast Men."
Tura...ma—This popular and
now first class place of amusement. la draw
ing fine houses, and no wonder, smen it in
so capitally managed. An attractive pro
gramme is offered to-night; embracing the
touching drama of the 0 1 dlot Witness . and
Interesting elton. daeces and other perfor
mances of a nrst class and entertaining
•• • •
Crrr 11 . ..u- 4 -Fred. Doiliiiliva lectures at
City Halt, ou Tuesday evening next, upon
the "Sources of Danger to the !republic."
Tbe great colon.' orator will, doubtless,
draw an IMMVI2.O teadiellCO.
The. Chrouirle thus expresses our opinion:
"Possibly nowhere else does the vile bread
so flourish as In Plitstiurgli. The vermin
overrun the city. The pavements are not
worn smooth with the walking of live into,
but are worn into holes where the loafers
stand. The corners are not places of pas
sage, but good places fur leaters to lean
against. The nubile doors are not so much
a means of ingress..and egress as conve
nient exchanges where loafers may meet
and b taelr foul stock of obscenit.
The Cit a y rter
seernii Ins tratriaer to exist for the
convenience of loafers. Every available
window stone is black where loafers have
sat upon It; every gutter shows the foot
prints of.men and women who have been
crowded olf the pavement by loafers. Ev
cry lady unless she be deaf, is constant
peril of lad,
Charlotte WeWerthac boon unfortunate in
her alTectlons of late, if her veracity is
above suspicion, inasmuch as her staters
Sunny, Alma. and Amite Jane Dotson,,
whom she avers to entertain a strong love
fur, attacked her y e sterday and teat her in
te ' ruel manner. In vain dhl she endeavor
aecount fur the assault being, made upon
bort she had never offended tha parties In
wiy way, not oven by thought, anal thts gave
her more pails than the blows of the in
graLes. Warrants were Issued for the arrest
of the parties accused.
A DefeoMos linarder.—Mary A. L111(1.
Ve/t0,10; .' ,02% 31211 ; 11 :& 44 V i nV1M 1 t
Itlakoly tor fated pretences. it appears the
=Lased obtained hoarding from Mrs. Lied.
soy Loth* amount or $4O by false mild fraud
ulent roprearntatious, declaring that.lao
bad a certain atcebnt of money due him
from tile rittsburgh, Fort Warne and Chi
cago thillroad Company, which she alter
a n d be false. Blakely was
arrested and hold to ball for whearinv
A Magistrate'. OLttee Robbed.—While
Alderman Oonaldson was attending. Court
yeotertlay a thief entered hie Ofiteoand.stole
h valise belonging to a Colored man named
Gerard Galvin' , Oho each vim filled with
clothing. worth In the aggregate about OD,
and comistal of o Woe coat with brans
buttons, . a mdule of due shirts and alien . of
ii,Gots. • A young man WO9 ouservediOlouVe
the oftico withvalise in bin hand, by g gen.
pr.4.4king of Loafers. the fltranitle
thilika it would puzzle the oldest philter , -
ober to detlormlne "how any individual
with human brains in his head,. =ld re.
duce. himself ttpq an:h a condition. -If the
Inference a Intended that elinman brains"
exist elsewhere than In the heads of Indi
viduals. it might ha determined in what
part of toe brely of loafers they predoml
nate, particularly in those who loorddee.iee
the stops about the Custom Rouse,
For lierra i tey.—dCiin Lotz, constable,
ila t eir l s x. tel t i r e. 'e tietiners pra to-dap, for :tre: :t h it e x h -'
citing and encottraging law snits and quar.
rat , Conrad bborhardt, and emirs wt.:,
went !Wormed against by Lutz for selling
Ilquor'on Sunday, are prosecuting tho ease.
M.Bwart is counsel for toe
prosecution, and Gen. Lollies and 3, Ikll.
ler, En., for the cleten% _
In ye:dummy's Issue we mentioned the
fact eta young girl having boon poisoned
by taking corrosive sublimate, ender the
Impression that It was wino. To-day we
are enabled to give the particulars of the
affair. Tile girl's name is Jane Long. She
was employed in the family or Mr. Collins
as a domestic, and on that gentleman re
moving from,Thirdstreekto Duquesne yay,
on Wednesday last, she was requested to I
carry to the new place of abode a. basket I
filled with bottles. When sho bad done so
and was about putting the contents of the
basket away, her attention was attracted to
a largo bottle, which cemented a mix
ture of corro,ive sublimate and whisky,
'used for the purno,o of killing bed bugs,
and which the, us we hare already stated,
auppc, , ed to be wine.. Wi th out a moment's
hesitation she placed the bottle to her lips.
and quelled the greater part orits contents
Mole she realized her error. She was ire
modistely seized with the most acute pains,
which continued until the arrival of Dr. E.
Donnelly. ends ordered her removal to the
Mercy Hospital. During the whole of We‘V•
....I.y ni g ht she continued to voutit.tho re
milt or which was a total physical exhaus
Ate late hour Mat evening she was still
alive though her physicians entertain no
hope of her recovery.
Miss Long. 15, a prepossessing girl, not
ty years old, and has been in this
ity but a sew years, having come from Ire•
land, where her widowed mother resides.
The Tables Torned,Aldernian Me-
Masters succeeded is arresting John and
Mar y Ann Short yesterday, charged on oatn
of IV 'Mem Smith with assault and battery.
A hearing was had . In the case, when the
Shorts proved cooplusirely that Smith en
tered their reeldwiee in Manchester and
threatehed to blow their brains out if that'
did not accedo.to Nome foolish demand
made by him. The result was the Shorts
were dioellarded 'and. William held in SUJO
torn els the peace.
leVeWatliiite — irg / . 1 acici,Ttnir
The membere of the “Alleghen7 Count •
Monument Association' . MCI/ yesterday a
ternoon. utility Hall, Mrs. , Malice Prest
ding and bliss k owlor acting as Secretary
On motion, Councils we, e requested to Ink
up the communicationtheir next meet
lug which was cent to them through to
1 chairman of the Executive • Committ ,
(lien. Nogies). The mecilutc Men adjonrn.
The 1.0 City Monthly.—O wing to the
Immense labor attending the publication of
the first number of the Iron Citty.3fon2T.ly,
the issue of the same will necea,artly be
delayed until the Sill of 01111marith, when no
hope to be able to fill the numerous orders
awaiting attention. George W Pitted: 26
Co., Putilishers, Ihspatch llullduig, 63 Fifth
street, Pittsburgh. . reidttifFACEl Boa, 1,403.
eee card. •
Husband and Wife.—Allen Meyer ap
peared before Alderman Donaldson yester
e- and instituted legal proceedings
against Sarah, his tre es r surety Or tile
peac Tho accused erre-sled and
brought fir-awls with her injured better
hall, when a reconelliat lon
.was corrected by
Allen paYing tlio VOIt9 .111. S-ran promising
to deport herself
Commit ted.Nancy Grady, a young girl
residing near Maio earOrt, on the Manna.
e.t.d. river, ap peared beim a Jrwtice—W 11-
iam 11. Barker, yesterday, awl made an
information against Edward. Maguire for
•Minallon. The I accused was arrested by
Officer Stemler and brought halo,. the
magistrate, who committed him tO Jail (or
trial In default Of SZ , Ulboll. •
l(o)ured.—A lady m getting: the
Plt.bUrett, Dirndl:wham ant:. grewe d tewe
Passenger HadwaY cars, at the corner of
SefOrel end Snail:4l.4d SlicetA, yesterday,
fell to the . o.irement and waspat.:dully.
though nee seriously, Injured. Tier dress
c;,.tching In the steps we. the cause of the
aechlent... We were unable to learn the
name of the woman.
Prisoner Arrtred.—John Lennox. wl3O
Is rJtartred With ISO murder of It. L. Sterrett',
In Warhington county In the fall, of .le - to,'
was lodged in Our county Jail yesterday, by
Sheriff bailie. •The Washington All is mac.
cure, and Win shortly be rebuilt. The re
moval of 1.012110 z is under a Special Act of
A Mammary Inquiry was made. Tea
terday, In the , Criminal Court, .0 to the
fact elite insanity of Herman flan, in or
der that he might be sent to the Western
Pennsylvania Liosoltal, at Mamma- The
inquest was awarded on the petition of
Agnes It an, the mother. The conclusion was
Nolle , Pr...mut weans, In plainEogllsh,
.1 do not went to prosecute." • On motto
of Colonel Duet, the District Attorney, yei•
noire pro....iyi or. entered In the
cases of Freon Dop p and Joseph Ganster.of
East Liberty, egatost whom there wore ta•
df ampule for Belling Ilouur to minors.
Witat's to n Name `=There must be
something. elan the TlMlllieri Of the "Alma.
elate Reformed Cormregstion or Tarentum"
seonid net have petitioned the Court of
Common Pleas to change the mime to "Uni
ted Presbyterian Congregation of Tartu.
turn." Their prayer was grunted.
Yesterday Afternoon, between three
and four o'clOCX,a, team of 11111Patlen
hies, drawing a saintsture /trough.., in
which ago e.cated two little girls. P.teed
down Filth street- The unique turn.ut
created quite a stir among the fashionable
loungers of onr Broadway.
Still fu the Tombs.—Fells, whose ar
rest for robbing hts sister-in-letr, to ben
dusky, Ohm, of 0,000 worth of dry g00d...*
we noticed In yesterday,. Is law
In the Allegheny tombs. The lAdy refuses
to proseotte in ..sae the prisoner rentorellto
her the ints.alng property.
Field to Ball.— Game Kirkpatrick,
charged with folonlona tumult and battery,
on oath of °Meat Walla, had a hearths pe•
fore Mayo; McCarthy yeaterday Angl/AOO.ll,
which resoltad Ida being Sold In twa
thousand dollars for trial, at the June tam
of the Criminal C 09.13.
peeki,haaelt employed on tho Monon.
ghhene. river etesinteeat Franklin, named
Stephan hpleer, ems drowned on Tuesday
evening by ladling - overboard . as the boat
kid; reusing brays Lending. ADO:fort tem
made to rescue him.
The barn and other outbuildings of the
llontdonnery County Poor. Bowe were de.
troy ed by Ore had Ssuiday. Loetsinpfel
*sired for SI,XO.
Goon, Alfred Tillllll.olid daps
tlele forever inzooded in a. dense man
tle of mote. We believe GeerVell Mega
The American litepablle, or West Oboe
ter, Ps., presents the neme - of Judge Wot.
Butler as a succeasor to dodge Wood road.
In Towis.—We bad the Velours of meet
ing T. A. McClelland, /Zee.. vestmdAY‘VAo
Ls upon a brief Teat to one city. . ,
The Caroiatelk• speaks at a. robe) rooster
ind a retool hen. Whoa 414 the Ma/UM
tp.ttio barinsitt las plus
Republish teeslay further remarkable
testimony to the great ancenu Of Dr. firm.
ter's treatment of Lung diseases. This set
deuce. it will beseen, is given years after
;honors is effastal, showing thi permanent
character. Al Dr. Robert Rooter is non in
Pittsburgh in person, those requiring his
skilfull aid shont.d not lose the opportuni
ts of masoning him. The Doctors rooms
are Item Iterchants'Hotel.
Prof. W. J. Swills, a •bluel pianist, will
rive • grand Vocal and Instrumental Con.
cc, on Thursday limning, April Itsiboiv a
In Masonic ilalt; assisted by Wias L. Luce.
heat, one or the be-stsplantsts thrloonn.
try, also bliss I. Simile LOU 1118137 proles.
movie of this city. From what se can kern
it will be a grand success. • - •
with assault and battery en Oat l ,
A. Huffman, vu arrested yosterda9
°facer Wilmot,' and brosurbt before Alder*
man Strain. A hearing van glean .111 m,
larban be gave ball in the sum of fee for US
a u l , Molo r tee at the dune term Of the.fartral•
It has been deelded that Deputy Inter
nal Revenue Collectors bare no authority
to make seizures outside of their own
tilers, illness such ' . power is spighOly
Meted to them by the Internal RaiVeotle
At Last—The Allegheny Engine House,
012 Irwin etreet, Vinbeen completed. the
members of the company
hero taken poe.
session, and can jasuy.boast of haring the
lineal house in the nits. :
Robella Is the name or 4 new Vesta:Lee
e.tabllehed et Henry Wlltlems' store. oe the
Anent:Rosy and Kew Brigllloll, road, tom
miles from Allegbenyclty.
The . Peanut Etareltessta of the elty
Lace been secured by • the menabers of the
Press to .Ct a 9 I.terPlCterl: 012 the Hastort
Pielzed.—ltugh .Xeradden's .biary
tillore, in Armstrong eotutte, Iggi been tn.
ken raw/Won of by Um • Government aa
Seminary , itxo First ward, Alle
' ghoul, which N one great Lorna of Mato a 24
nwae, is belng maw:vary:well - Into [tricks.
IPeastsyltrattla avenue ie betss 'rapidly
built np. It trill soon be the best thorough
fare is the city..-.
aims Melville, the action, /bet a verS'
valuable sleeve button on t'll!tb street Yes•
theopbun• Clancy.' a centenarian,
died In Juniata County, I , dit' weak, - aged let
Lead ore, in abundance, has peon
olerett in Wirt county, West Vlralala.
Whatlsaa become or the, 0111 to to adorn
and beautify the Alleglieny'Commoup.
A Carved fleet creates mull 'excite
. eat le Fayette county.
; A great many counterfeit twenLY-Owe
pout earrency notes are afloat:
litmlori played in Milwaukee on Mendel'.
and Tuesday nl.ghtS. •
Hollidasburg is to bay° cantina
Feed ilonglaa.lectures Ist city Milk on
There Is a magtatrata to LIM city - who fa
raraLyach law. • • •
Allegheny College.iit Meadville, con
tain 163 pupils.
Gaining . Gronzad.-The c9nsolldialon
The Chronicle sneak% wickedly of corner
-Erie is to havo a hook atartadder corn
The Trees are lindding is tile subtaba
Meadville hen one ease cd senall•pos
ISAVIN.—At Seadckley. On the Al indent.
PATTlvldeet daughter of John
mania. Mary brain. aged seve nteeh years •
Services at the home at IliSS.m. The funeral
will proceed to the Ajlegiteny Cemetery. rEout
the Fort 'Wayne ntlttou. Allegheny. on the ar
rival of the LeeUtbie Aceommodatlon Train, It
146 o•oloek p. m., on Full:tag. the sth Inst. .
ANDF.ll.Bosl.—OnTburatt4 morning. FAUN'.
P., latent son of Iler,lll, 1.. nod the late Vannte
a... Anderson, aged nineteen months and t•cu-
The funeral .111 take place-from the residence
of his grandmother. Mrs R. 11. Gamble, near
Osklaad,Tuts (Pridln I.OIIYING. at lh o'clock.
001DiVNI111 1 0:49i1M,3 6 $ 3 1ZMA
1714733M1.1 . LTMC. 331 Pt,
No. 1887onsth street, Pittsburnh 4 l:a. COFFIN'S
of Illkinds,• CRLYI.S. GLOVE , j , and every do-•
seriptton of Irnnersi Furnishing Hoods - txrutsh.
ed. Koons opened day ant lateen. Hearse and
rITIOISRCX.—Kre. David Kerr,' D. .. 'Der.
N. W . J scab.. D.D., Thomas Leine, Intl.: do
wurrE b. CO"
UNDERTAKERS AND EITILUYSRS,
Manchefiner, Wood's Ran and nennity.
COFFIN ROOMS AT MANCHESTER LIVERY STABLE.
Corner Shell:181d and Cla
nes,. sad Carriages famished.
benatiftd •Ylod•.-sere,• the largeat subur
ban pl., Or .pulehre, except one. In tbl. Conn
t7. mutated on New Brlahton rout Immediate
-19 north or Allegheny. Yor burls , lors.inertnlts
or titles. nth et Centre! Druz BUM or COOL d
Cr.dNEY. Alleeheni ClO7.
American Watch Company's
No. 56 Fifth Street,
OPPOSITE MASOITIO HEEL.
WATCHES, CHALNS AND
AT A TEST MALL PROFIT. AT
6 Wylie 84; 341d00r from Mb.
I. W. SCOTT
JOHNSTON & SCOTT,
Fine Watches, Flocks, Jiwelry,
SILYER•PLATED WARE, ETC.,
Ne. E 74 LIBEZTT
ma- Particular attention Wen to Bower/.lt
Weir-ass, Clocks and Jawatrr. All work war
89 89 89 89239 89 89
89 KOUT STREET.
IELCIO 33 .1121 GO TO
S 9 Market Street,
AND GIS TOUR,
BOOTS, SHOES, &CI,
TEM CHEAPEST AND 33MT
ZN Trr. . 4 CIiT'S"
NLVAUCTION GOODS SEM
1113. ROBB, 89 Market St.
XB9 89 89 -89 89 S 9 89 89
DRIB. CLOSB el CO.,
COL PENN AND WAYNE STS
Latest Biro& of l'lnaN/TUR I =Wail,' Oa
HORSES CARRIAGES - AND
'MIOIESOI the veribeet for hlreat
Howard's Livery Stable,
Tint arms, near laentaanhala Haase,
at atteatioa paid to baying and Hoag
treat .t 'Aver, ON
4 l be2l2plest, 21is Best
L - EWINC MACHINE, - '
. Is WHZ21.22 & 2 , 11202 , 12
VirAsaarrEsTeass Tufts. loassoax
27 21272 t IntRZET, .. -
BARGAINS Lig '
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mime -124 e% area traapit, farm&
Warped MUMS. W:;,4 BT 1112110/ a cc,
fo2, • . • •