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nfitiftlyph merairoarza rassual
niranommo, February 10.1103.
•YERETT, of . Allegheny. from
selest hundred minors of Allegheny
-aninty, fort Change Lithe law as to mai
. Mr. TAYLOR, of Bearer, one to pre
vent alehlag with seine in Bearer ootusty.
Ales, costar the repeal of the art ex.:,
- 4nedlag the limits of Beaker Borough.
Mr. COWLES, of McKean, a general
fee bill, being the samosa passed by - the
Renal lad modem
Idr.F.IIII.ETT, of Allegheny, anthori.
sing this Oily otßittabnrgh to borrow
..me minion dollars' for turmeric% and,
'extending the safer works. • '
Also, one exemptingAlloOony county
eteriithe . provision, of the net Of May ,
811 , 1 B8 8 ornmpellIng railroad coinpentea
and other corporations to pay 'Counsel
fbeinf plaintiffs la certain cum.-
_ Bin .PlBllffff, of Lan....mnae, a general
' pension law for all soldiers of 1812, and
~widows, not - ii - erth over Ave hundred
africasr, noa atennewens' .
Mr. IrlßßEff,of Lanzaster, offered the
' , !Whoring Jernfrowdatbea :
WHXIISAII, Druintitie hewing of evi
-dence" In the teas of ,I. K. Robinson
not Elezdnel ff. Sha gs . one of the
lambent of the &nate, from the
Twin -ftraiSeniitorlal• District, a certain
' 'Joint wax examined as witness on
• behalf of kalo , .I'..K. Robinson. cantos
tent, and said Cosy, alter
werreylald in - the-county of Clearfield
suidreitZisTtiniThri7s ZlnCe -r dled;
. - 'ffissoitsca .d at the Governor bs and is
rewat eby d
"or two -thous a
an endred to offer
ll ars for
.rnek irterznation as will lead do
to dm - sr
, - nor and =Mad= of.thopercoror per
. emuiestramilllng said offenee,snd that the
Traaattne of the Commournalth be sri
.;-„. tbarfzed and required to pry said sum.
• - FlEUpat said . that three persons
lieetWarreaued, but were thechurged
'atoll WWI . itt at /ivy*
' , Vird_LIAITZ, , Ciesulteld, said
the !prime wu as Jesuit=
CONNp.L, - of Ildladalpkda a
blit'ptiddidting, Corot& fronainharrea g
Una naines of corporations..-
(maticium Costrozamcm imoss.
Mr. IacOONAIIGHEY,- of Adams, a
jatatrarroirdlon rtrgislrCaparrees lunteci
*madam artiani a heiriier tariff on
fordo pictured and arttata rostoriala.
• CAL INIUIIOI3OA 7ILU PAS11:11.. •
The parole= Oglespection bill was
Xr. ERRE= moved- amend' by
for Pedistifission of expert- 'Adopted.
Mr SEARIGHT moved tit amend
redacting the term, of inspector from
'bar to' three years. Adopted. .
Tb• bin 'was paned substan
tially is agreed by the etnatittaa
Stilts "mum natal-pr . .
comity, to - borrow
I,llnee thousand , kre hundred dollars for
eau-ging oohed haus%
lielatie to election precincts in dile-
140triatir to. Mt,. Witahloran, Alla.
essaY coma]. the Wade" now= Law of
• - Thnnisfor
Zzixput 2%uco . 71IIA LLY.
'Prohibiting the hunting or game In
Findlay. Robinson and Poott townahlps,
Tembattie deltniictlon - or Injury of
goopolvtoos,- 11:nut4alm, !u, Soave
Alepesling the set inotnpattteg the
cpettyitntrg Anylum for brralld Salamis.
Snseaaing the fres of - Justices sad
tldatahka - 'ns Armstrong county to
. 4unoolna named in the act of BIM
O One TALLEY BalL2loll-0.
The bill authorialleg the Monongshida
Taney italinesa courpanj lobelia a road
from Pittsburgh to Monongahela City by
arbateriroute a =Verity of the dinett
e= may_ determine, thence to B.101, • 5
/smiling. and to extend the main line to
Went Virginia, Ism taken up.
Mr. - FORD, Of Allegheny. rimed Id
areindnient confining the route to the
hanks oftheMonongshala river:
Mr. WILSON, of Allegheny, and Mr.
-PLATFORD, of Payette, spoke for the
andeskinsett,"ead Messrs: WWESI/ and
DAY, of Washington, opposed it p •
_ amendmentarcs defeated mid the
over fora third reading.
Ckrostlintkilud stnezidnients were deteled
until very late. Melo/Mier erarecrowd
ed. The disposition of a majority of Re
polikaus is to Indefinitely postpone the
At,. quarter past eleven o'clock the
quertlentwas postponed Mal Tuesday
twain and made the special erdee,
pendingmotion of Mr. STRANG, of
'Toga,to recommit to the Judiciary Corn
ndUee, 'with imilzuctlana to inquire Into
the expediency 51 reporting a bill to all
a Oonstltutional Convention. -
Xr.I3ICBILLIt was wezy swan oo
lhopublloiii: who had opposed his
mossdossohl,". ablliog It "dodging, ,,
l'a t unkli r 109? 'll3tE'S.!l°.
11721ifirtilit ie Ow Muslim), assist&
Calla AT GEOIACICA.
antrum to* lila nOt rg Pro
'asaneod askopinion• on'the mottles to dlo.
- ads tae MeArdle casofor wait of parts
Testerdiri. after the Georgisand hi:s
=cans were disposed of, Judge
of Georgia, against - Gene. Grant, Meade
astßuserat al. It is understood this bill
Seeks to avoid all difficulties el3tollll
- inibe foram arscamaat and rases
dlatinatly a question of property. to wit :
the Treuitul of,the State eorgia.
An Wendt= -to 'protect tide of
is G praed
fw 3ffie rl foe hearing the argant y est
aemclamrt acres ow.
.Tbe Smite miailrmal John 11. Pen.
alarm Welted Maim Attorney for Dela
.ware, and rejected the follerdo
eaten= Wm. Ir. Ingham Cote
of Yates:* John Johnson, rotted -
M ai m dimabal, of Virginia: Ladle
*tonal, :United States Mer,Wl . Kan.
tuak'r eo . o = . - Maguire, one of the
mu to settle the claims of
raglans far McMullan., equipping and
aeWtedajftroop to. aid in suppressing
This Priatilent 'Dent in the followtag
atnninstinar. • Ohm,ltahnient. of Vir-
Meaning , at. Arnhem 'Heart' L.
Collector of. Customs,--George
town, Carolina; Wm...Fitahlaa,
'IIIC2I WAS IMXOI3II 2tf =MECO.
", The ARNIE ..Ikopannuant has authantio
-inibniundan'than the :anon of mosso-
Inn fraKbetwodnaCiantsnualn and Maxim
aro williontiubatantial foundation.
Death of Sir David Brewster
Another Attack on the Po
Attempt to Lynch an Infoimor
!rial fad Convict's* if a Fealaa
British Ina-clad Ship Mimicked
Banque" io A
Count 13b3thark Siok
SI TVNIM•aI. I* W ruzsbarn
Brewster, the calibrated Engnett physi
cian wad distinguished 'scientific discov
erer and antler, died last evening, aged
The Withal Iron clad alp of war Bart
miss, said to be the 'Brevet la the world,
was atemiesfolly launched at Chatham
Cour, February 11.—Another attack
was made upon the Police to the street
geeterday by a mob, who petheil them
with atones and bricks.. The Polloe,who
were. armed with - .musket., flied
bayonets and Sehaired - _on the
swami. A short and desperate
tight followed In which several of the
rioters wars' bayoneted. The ,ansallants
then fled' in all directions, lessring.tire
wounded 'on the ground. During the
day an attempt was made to seinen well
know, informer and lynch him„'leut the
appearance of a pollotipatrolpnerented
the Marne from being carried out.•
A deputation from loyal Irishmen of
London yesterday waited upon Hen.
Gartherne Hardy at the Home Office,
and presented him an addrese„ exprout . l
tug their devotion to the mown. The
Home Secretary replied to their address
in an appropriate speech,' thanking them
fartheir nuszdss as loyalty.
Diming, Feb, 11.—The trial of Len
non, which nommeneediresterday. end
ed lasday..with a verdict of guilty of
murder, felony and treason. Mr. Sulli
van. ef the Dahlia Zrteiniast, his been
Indicted by - the grand Jury fob. Publiahl
Lug mealtime libels. Matz* will corn-
Fp:mama, February 43.-01 ; grand
boa net info be gine' hen. to Admiral
farragat by the raerabampf the Italian
Parliament and oaken of the Italian ar
!My and nary. Pregaratialui ar th. &f
-air bare commenced, but th• day la net
-Bloom', Februnizr IL--Conni Els
- • is sick and miable to loam Bit
-4::. envailllinnalf of his lean of at.%
No clasp In the Primulas at.
•et la proposed. •- ,
'Cum, Tsbroory Rslobo:rant
has reaosembled and-t otorososorgoolz:
ed for busbies%
IFI . EARC I wo..: .L A
aA t) CORREIMILL.
tpaaxirroirr Pah. 11.—Jhanuark--13.
B. bonds 75a.
si.: An:rerwar, Elds.
- closed ataady at. an egvancee stand
white 42 franca. • .
ci7 :t fn i roan, February 11—ittenogr.—
, closed baoyans a 'foram ad.
lance or id, making the total during ther
day oT xnaddllag winds' WOK do
Orleans INGald; the Was toot up 5:),060
balm. Butadatutre—Whaat 2 rad
Id higher, closing at las ad. Miranda
w4ltn - Alwat. oboists ar. - 16a 10d. Oat. *oak atlas 10d. Corn steady. at 42a 61.
Barley and Peas unahangeet. Fleur
staedy at rig Provision—Boor 117 a W.
Pork 72s Id for now. Lent lye 6d.
Chaco tgla. Bacon 35a Pioduco—
Sugar gobs& aid atanty.. - 46111114
r-Negetlattona ter anew trunk route
through Nicaragua. hare haled.
-.Prof. Bleholoson, of tit, vaiiiiiity
oflffnekeiterOT: Y., died 'yesterday..
Chas branch of the knensaldaLeeli:
places Asa pulsed a YU Isailiecapital
olakment for moan at the&swat— ea
=Mho Cleveland Paper 001111121r11
atli wardainaged by tire to" the extant
of +boat PPP*. mayday =wan, ric
is covered by kunzsoes.
the Bask of klentool, fknada
dayrreolag, a fro kroksent, , sod
thelntoner was wanly' datrufgal burrs
=a , "ext Two woman, esz ,
J-The radon Ikettny at rein; Ind ;
was destroyed by triryeetenksy
ao}n. Lux $50,000; folly Insured. Tkki
nasi this_ largest finery •In -Indiana
Mesas. Mug wan theproretebon.
1 -The Now York Node Assanday yes.
Bapoolattatives In Oaagrinstessaarsents
law prorktleg, for the 'intspktytoont of
dlsoblad soldiers sod sallorala Cretans
Hansa; Light Houses; Arsenals one
4The 4110 - :lsrivr ionej
Tegtolature of the donstneiloast stain&
man and joint reeelattino wllkdravriog
the anent of Now JorasztO Mid amend
mat, has ban postponed tor Insalay
next, In oonseeturnos orthir Manes of
4Dbe Atalanta Censtitution,. ;tactical
candidate Malt, kw been-..datenotL
The vote Is lass than the ,riqulred este
kalf, and is vartotudy estimated at bank
t i to , twenty-three - thottanad. The
w to vote does not 11X.COMI OW toivory
one hundred amitlfly negrosa
—The 3llssourt State Ehtstniay
named . theiron Mciontalu Mathis& bill.
it *unarm Thomas -Allies title to tke
road and provides Allen's title shall not
offset eny suit that EMT be brayed
against McKay. Read & Co. the original
purthasara. This is mod an sko
muddy, however, by several lawyers to
the ISensts, as Allan . derives s title
from - McKay, Reed & Co., Ad
'Ude falls Allan's will fall with - it.
—A letter front Lexington, Mo., Ilya
Banditti D. Howell, known as the month
ern I pedestrian, martved them ' last
weekfrcom liansfishi, - Tabett, en hisyway
tdConntil leWa: Prom Mans
field to Lexington, eigAt hundred and
thirty-five miles, was made in sixteen
days. Thu emirs trip, twelve hooded
and Sixty-four Wien, be expects to an
comphsh injwanty-four days. Howell
was In fi ns condition, and..eattfidenr Of
sacceedlng in hie undertaking.
—The Parts correspondent of the 130.-
tanArst sayer “Meanwhile, the alarm
felt by all cla ss es In Ammo orneerning
what Is celled to philomphythe Immo
dime • future, tar at its* higher.- - Straftge
ra are ideal commas the sodden
" wi d th r ildem kich tbe utabl. gmperar -sPall" has bant er lt se r "ited r
of 1 Aft °Mem &Ids Majesty's sta
bles has circulated the report that ever
sister the Emperor's return =' teem It.
Cloud a canine with four harms, all
ready to start et a momently notioe, is
always kept night and day standing in
the coschyard of the palms fig - argent
or. the Emperor's Aminzturds on Mb
petnt that the coachman
I. always Bested
I oft the box, and thopotallbin
*draw by the tenders, while
it an linty 'ars stationed' behind Me
I • ready to jump. into the rumble
as the- sigma should be gives;
P the Wary is exaggerated that the
pi'ot , thlreartlage ramtained tour
ravolirsts, always kept keeled, and MIS
the &taperer levant to lisle theftaach
yard it the lIIOSiZ xf =. hears, and to
am* by his n - 2presence the
servants on their Theme duty, mew
ttmete weft dmiag f her Mall Airlanft of the
n tt l i t ,r ll c : amerce is so mach dreaded Se
Jr MWI4 as it it( dananslastad
in porter's Igre of the Tailleries,
and tbs. poor harassed grooms and Iwo
•tmemt.-ano literally 'WWII out with the
anftlefr more than from ,Ikedatigtis of
the position. The Empress, where daty
nerril l : umerw k" 4etul' ot .w w . A uelis tbiserrur th. anXillt, liritlaia bi 11l
a symptom, is greatly pitied anscrapt the 1
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direction of the Prefident. For inch or
sEcoND I Emig) - 20-2,ixereg,-,:-.....atd u t te 'n rat a an h c?
. what they are bears giving madirec
- ' V Lion. Mr. Stanton, in his letter of the 4th
. instant, wkich e a
THREE. O'CLOCK A. M. ed corropoadenoe,moomp says sal k es e
thO had bita na
communication with the Proldent since
the 12th of Angrier, last, and he farther.
says that alas ha resumed the duties of
, the aloe he, has contended to discharge
them wlthotit any personal or written
communication with the President. and ,
he • adds "no orders have been '
Issued from this Departmeut in the
Same of the President with my knowl
edge. and I haverecelyed no orders from
him." It thus some that Mr. Stanton I
now discharges the ;duties of •the . War 1
Department without any reference to the
President and without wing his mane.
My order to.you. had only reference to
orders *unwed to be Issued by the Pres
ident. It would appear from Mr. Sten
ton's letter that yon • have received no
sack ordersfrom him. Inyour not to
the President of the Lath stfL, ha which
you acknowledge the receipt f the writ
ten order of the 29th,' rot es that you''
have been informed by r. Stanton
that he has sat, ved any
order limiting his *inherit to Janson.
dem to i the army Ratio rdiag to the p,ac
ties of ithe Department, d state that I
"while this authority to . e War De.
piedmont is net counterman ed, It will
be satisfactory evidence to me that any
orders lamed - from the War Department
by direction of the President are antho
riOd by the Xxecutive." The President
taittell an odor to yen to obey no ardor
from the-War Departinent, purporting to
be' made by direction of the Problem% I
until yen have refarred it to him for his
approval. You reply that you have
received the President s order and will I
not obey it, but will obey an order pur•
porting to be given by h is direction if. it I
cots from - the War Department-
Ton will obey "- no direct or-
der of the President, but will
*bey his Indirect order. If, as you
say, there has been a practioe in the War
Department to issue orders In the name
of the President without. his direction, l
deo not the precise order you have re-'
quested and have recoDed change the
practice to the General of the Army?'
Could not the President connterenemi '
any such ordor issued in the name of the
President to do a special act, and an or
der directly from the President himself I
not to do the act?. 'ethers a doubt which I
yen are to obey? You answeranswer the nue,-
Mon when you say to 'the President, in
your letter of the 3d inst., "the Secretary '
of War is my superior and your aubor- I
diode," aad yet yen refuse obedience to
the superior by an act of deference to
the subordinate. , I
,Without further comment on the in.
mabordlnat• attitude which ,you have' as
atuaad,l am ate lose te kilo, how yen
can relieve yourself Don the orders of
the President, who la made by the Con-
Oltution the Commander-let-Chief of the,
erne and navy, and la therefore the of
ficial superior as well of the General of
the Army is 0 the Secretary of War.
General U. S. Grant, Commanding Ar
mies o I the United Statee,Wathington,
Lettere from the President and
Five 'cabinet Members.
Grant Accust4l of I~nbordlaatlan
Another Letter . from Grant.
ter rteersca to tae Museum Barrel
Wsurixerwri February 11, 1563.
The'Preddent this afternoon esitt the
folloiring letter. to the Hear of Repro-.
andatlres, in accordance with the revolu
tion adopted yestaiday
. Mangles, Febt to,
of"6en& The e x traordi n ary charao
ler of year letter of the Sd lost. would
seam to preclude any reply on my(part,
but the manner in which publicity, has
been given to the correspondence, of
which that letter forma • part, and the
grave questions which 11111111T0iVed.' in=
duce meta take this mode of girls& as
a *roper sequel to the communications
which have passed between tts, thereto
meats of the ftve members of the Odd
, net who were present en the occriler of
our conversation on the 14th ult. Copies
of the letters which they have addressed
to me upon the enhjeat are accordingly
..Yettepeak of my letter of the let
p ereiterettan of the many and gross
utiarepossentatlone contained In caftans
newepaper articles, and reassert the cor
rectness of the staurnente contained in
your communication of the 28th
Mag. (and here I give, year own weds.)
Anything in veuralln reply to Itle the
contrary ` norelthatandlag." When •
controversy open Matters of far reecho.
the reins to which this haaboen brought,
further &amnion or denial between the
Immediate parties should cease, especlat ,
ty when upon either - sid t
it ;lord. the
the character of the respect! ul disonseien
required by the parties atandien to
each other and degenerates In tong and
temper. In each a case, if there is`hoth•
tog to rely open but the opposing state:
Muth eoneduakess most be drawn from
those statements gene an d fromotteT
er intrinsic probabilities they
favor of or agalnet either of the parties.
I should not slunk front the contipror
my; but fortunately, it is not left IV this
test alone. There mans five Cabinet eft
, ors present at the cosivereatiea, the de
-1 tails of which in My Uttar of the 78th ult.
you allow yourself to' ay contain , Many
and great nthreproientatlonm These
leadsmen heard that enversation and
have read my statement The speak
for themselves, and I I leave the prow
without& word of oentment.
I doem It proper'' been 'ifonchading
lidseinenturcnuteasetki meats &moiler
the statements contained I. your letter.
Ton say tint a performance et` the
promises alleged to have bean mods by -
you to tbs.-President Would have In.
volved "a resistance to the law sad an
inconsistency with the whole briery of
my connection with the etrpension of
Mr. Stanton." You then state that you
Malian the Proudest Mudd as the re
moval of Mr.iltantan appoint some ene
in his arm rite would . =therms the
army inearrying oil tire nbenstruction
self, and add ' it was to prevent such in
appointment that I op:opted the ernes 01 .
Secretary of War ad intone, and sot for
the purpooe of enabling you to get rid
ef.lllr. Stanton by my withheting it
from him in oppeeltlonr to the lets , or not
doing so myself, surrendering it to one
h o, se the statement' and asantorths9
laragitge h- TA, " 074.1,,v3it here ad
mit that from the veryboginning of what
yen term' the whets; history of your
connection with Mr. Stanton'. agape°.
Idea, you istended to circumvent the
President. Awes to carry out that in..
tentthalyett &scepter the appointment.
This eras in your mirth at the time of
your acceptance. It was net, thee, in
obedient* Us the order of your superior.
as beretssaits Ind beset supposed, dust
yen anatteled tha duties of the *Slew
Ton knew It was the irresidart's pur
pose-. to , prevent Mr. Stanton free
resuming the • ogles of Secretary ol
War, and you lauseded to defeat that
Yen sesepted the once,
t r tr e' arest of the President, bulef Mr
Ittentem!' If Wet purpose aesstartathed
by you had been eentlind to yomealf,
when accepting ,thecdaos you hidden.
no wide' mental iseervation to frustrate
the President. it would have toia & do•
°option in the ethics 'of emu persons.
Each-courser, allowable, but yea csanot
stand. even • open that -quotkosible
ground. The key erica oenneetiee
with this transactions, se writtea by,yent•
self, plans en: in a different pridlos:
meat and shows that Yon not only eon
aired' design from the President,
I.hism to frlPPeer that Yon
would arty out Ma r aupose to keep Mr.
StantonertnroMee retaining llv
self, after an attem restoration by the
Sensate, re as to require Mr. Stanton to
establish his right b . Sadler' skeleton. -
I now give that pm of this history as
widen by ventsqin you; letter of tfts
2251 nit • -
"Se Polleste edit I rimmed the duties
of War ad illiertn the Pr..- ;
my views ea je the course
Mr. Stanton would have to pursue, In
asp the literricalundd sea amour, in his
scurrevaien, 'to'obtain permeates of the
aftlea - Llfy.reply was inward:taco that
Mr. Stanton would have to appeal to the
Contra to retastate him, Illustrating my
perdue by citing thogrouedl had take&
Lathe meld the Pethienore Police Com
Ire st shallots Asan admit In your
Isaac, theta inst., you held the oak*
for the very obits: of defeating an
Nal to, this Courts.- Is that lather you
say that In accepting the alike one mo
tiro wait toprevad the . President from
,appeadiug eissadithespersosstio would
retain posseudia, sad thus make judi
cial prosiedings Necessary. Tea knew
thir President was unwilliag to tallith hit
ado* with any ono who could not, by
holdingth compel Mr:Stanton to resort
to the Courts. • You!perfectly undsr
stood that la th is I interview, oomiS
time arts you accepted tho
dor, 'that. tha 'Preshleat, - net • con
tent% with your . .allestes, distred
emersion of •yeur ,views.and yea an
awsmothim that tir.fitatitou would haat
to Kneel co -the Cm:ate. If thorresident
had ritpemd confidenos before he know
=dr.a sedi and - that confidence had
it might' tom boon aid lie
made a mistake; but fight ' tatt o o of con
/dams .inipostel; after that outman
dos wax 110 mistake of his nor yours. It
to t he Act only, that needs be stated;
that at, the dais of this COUTCIII22II,II you
did not Intend to bad the edits with the
purpose of forcing Mr. Stanton • into
Court, but did helint than sad socepted
It to prevent—that _coarse from
being, caraid , out,. In ether word.,
you said to the Trinidad • that, is
the proper . course; end you add
to-, raped , r hors
this *Moe and now bold it to de=
course. The eXCIUGY O U =he IA a web"
lisquestpuspaph of th at letter of the
ult.; that aterwards .you changed
your Mena. to What would be a prop er
,coures, Mut nothing to do • with tha nt
nen,tinder mtidamtlen; The ps tls
that before lon chinged your views port
bad alcretly determined to do "the very
thing which at last you - did, amender
thetedithe la Mr. littauton.,Tottmay biro
changed your views AS to URI ISINV bat
gcertainly did not change your-views
sato the canonry.= lust' marked eat for
yommif from the beginning. •
•• I Ellen], ninths anti more statement
In your letterer the Si inst.; dad the per
fon:canoe of the promises, which It is 111.
lead ware made by you, would have in
volved you In the reelstance of low.d 2
how or no statute that, would have Wen
wirdabid,,hadysittoirrial out your prom
las I. good win, Lot tendered your rm.
*nation when yen concluded not to to
made a Flirty at any legal proceeding*,
Tea add: sou Ina meatus incs.
' lamed in thloconclosieu by - ymurrianit
*slims directing me to dtsobeyttnierdors
from the l.cretary of War, my superkir
aid your• inheres/AS. without hayloft
countermanded his authority to issue or-
ders I am to disobity.i'r
I. On the 24th nit. you. addressed a nits
to thiPtuident, rupsioding ta writing,
as order, gluts to yea rabidly floe dm.
bakes to disregard-orders--from Mr.
Stanton in Ikeritat7 WSJ'. labia YOU
knew freak*, IPnishisialilluself.that
they were hie or dere.l Oa the 2ith, In
committal* with ,yette'requitat, I did
• give you Instructions In wallas not to
obty enT'order frear'ths. War.
atestdusumsd to ini• Inroad tu n =
don of thoPieddest, urgent such order
wits known by - the General ouninand-
Ind this.armies of tlita United Matsu to
have bees authrelted , by the Tamales
There are aaltordorawhich a Secretary
of Waratlif . fiNall4iFilltilattile authority
° me p°}4 There arm Others Which
be . wns: y the - agent of the
heeldear, eridittr;putport lobe by
The letter of the Pniddent iv ItOCVM.
panisd by letters fneuVthe Secretariat of
the Navy, Treasnrv, Interior, State, and
Peninsular Causal: supporting. his poelt.
Waliallama, D. Li, Foh, 5, 1 5 68.
-,Pan—The Chronicle of this morning
contatus • correspondence between Um
President and Getters] Grant, reported
frost the War /Deputises% to answer to
*resolution of the Dowse of Represent
airs.. I beg to • call your attention to
that correspondents, and especially in
that part of It which robes to tke maser
sadist between the President and Goo.
Grant at the Cabinet meeting on Toes
day, the 14th. of Inning, and to request
you to state what was .steld to that con.
WAIRINCITOX, rebrlllry 1, ifed.
4 • .
faVela7tare. l ily recollection
of the coriyareallira at die Cabinet meeting
on Tuesday, the 11th of January, corns.
pond. with your statement of It In thr
Nair of the alet nit., In the published
correspondence. The three pante spec
ified in that letter, siring your moiler
ilea of the reseeniatten, are correctly
stated. - Very rteepertfu Ily,
== = l , MI
Bra—l have noshed :your set. of the
Ith MM, calling my stlistlen to the *or.
respeudesuse betwesa pinned( sad Gen
eral Great es published to the Chrusuck
stymie:tiny, especialirta that part of it
which Maim to mht Orcurndla the
COMM. sleeting as Tuesday the 14th flit,
end requestlag me to mato what .wes
Mid MVOS, cearersatied• referred to. 1
cannot tuidertake I. Mats tae piracies
Improve used, but TIM. no Imitation
In saying year soconst at that Converse ,
ties as gives la your letter to Ortnetal
Groat on Mallet alt, substantially in all
of socords with my
Alai groat mood,
'Tour ebullient suret,
To Ms Prosidont.
• • Porreenc*Dmmtrtraerr. 1
Wancorarreet, I'd,. 6, GM'. j
liim-1 amln receipt of your letter of
tioath of February, ceiling my atten
tion to thectereepondmen published in
the afrowtde between the Presidt sad
General Grant, end especialn to that
part are tt which refer to the novena-
Um between'. the President and Omer.'
Grant at the Cabinet anetiag en the 14th
of ,Tannery, with a recent that I state
what was mid In that conversation. In
_reply I have the honor, to state that-I
bare read oar-golly the lorrrespondeno•
be question, and particularly the bettor
of they Presideate to 'General Grant,
dated January 11, IML , The following
extract from your letter of the Mat of
January I. General Great Is according
to my recollection of the conversation
that fink place between the President
and General Grant at the Cabinet meet
beg en the 14th of January last, in the
presence of the Cabinet ,
"The PreableateakedGMOrant wheth
er, la the conversetleni which tusk place
after Ideeppelatmentas ilecretary of War
ad interne, he did not agree
either to roman at the head of the War
Department and abide any judicial pro
se:Mince that might fellow the non-ome
lette:name of the Gnat be Mr. Stamon'e
nurposeton, or Mena he wish not to ho
come imalred in male controverm to
pm the Preedent • is the mune position
with respect to the AMC* as he occupied
previous to Gm. Grant's appointment,
by rettitelog It to the Preddeat lertime
to anticipate such main by the Senate.
This Gmeral GraM adMitted. The Pres-
Identthen Raked amend Great it at the
contemn en the preceding Saturday be
had not, to avoid mieunderetandinif f
'ggaated Cteceacal Grant to state what be
-Wended te do, and futtber, if IA reply I
to that Inquiry - he (General Grant) bad
not referred to their, former converse-
Um; „mayn't that Dom them the Pried
dent understood hispetition. and th at
• bbe (Gem Grant's) adfene would he con
' 'latent, with the undentandlug width had
beennadnd. To these gqmottona Gen.
Grant replied in the dlDrmative. The
Prey dent asked Gen. Grant IG at the
concluidokef their interview en Bator
day„it wes not the ttenerataeding that
they were to have another conference on
Monday, before final 'action by the 81111.•
AU In the ewe of Mn, Otaaton. Goa..
Gnat replied that mach was the. under-
Mandbm, but that he &dint supMfee the
Senate would act so goes; that - ,on Mon
day he bad been engaged In a onference
laillalten.: Sharman, -endless oecoplad
with nesayllttle matter; and aaksi If
Gen. !therm= had. not called on that
I take. this mode of replyng to the
request contained be the Proint'a let
ter, bemuse my attention bad been call
ed to the subject when the CAA VargathAl
between the Prodded and Gen, Grant
was we*, cenableratlon.
• • fen obedientmural,
• Jima. W. Itaximit,
TO the Freebie:at • Postmaster Gen.
DERANSICINT Or 111 M, iNTII I IOI4
Tigiangirro xo.,C.Orob. 4 MB.
I ins In receipt crime 'of yeaterillay,
calling my attention to a corrarpondanco
between yourself and Gyn. Groat pub-.
listed lathe Chronicle, and especially to
UM part. et VAX correspondence which
refers to the. ontronaulcat between the
President and Gen. Grant at the Cabinet
meeting on Toseday, tbsltds *fluttery,
and regninding_ me to Mato what Irma
said liii*that conversation. In reply I
submit the following Mettionsat:
At the Calideset meeting, Tuesday, Jan
uary 14th, GISAGen., Great appeared and
took his ',rewarmed seat at the board.
When lie hod been reached in the order
of buranims, the President asked him, u
usual, if he had anything to present. fa
reply, the Chmeral, after referring to a
nobs whichho had that morning ad dressed
to the' President, enclaing a espy. of
thermal:Wan otitis Senate refusing to
concur In the means Air the suspension
or )4x. Stanton, proceeded to say he re
gsrded his diarlesiut Secretary of War ad
Interim terminated by that; resolution,
and that ho could not lawfttlly exorcise
, • -
such duties fora moment after the adop
tion of the resolution : that the rceolu
iron rescued him last night, and that this
Merging he had gone to the WaiDepert-.
went, entered the Seeretery's rctom
ed one door on the insidre looked the
other on the outside, delivered the kov
_to the Adjutant General, and siromedee
!to the Ileadonartere of the A rmy,aati ad
dressed the note above mentioned to_the
President, informing hire that he ethane
longer Secretary of War ad interirn, The
President expreered great eurprisoat the
course which General Grant bad thou- ht
proper.: to pursue, and addressing
huneolf to the General, proceeded
to say', In 'substance, that he had antler
paled such action of the Senate; and being
'very desireus to have the coustitution
&thy of the Trnure of Ofacef hill Listed,
curl hie right to suspend of remene a
member of the Cabinet decided hs- the
Judicial tribunal of the country,' he
had some time non, 'and shortly ;after
Ben. Grant's appeiutment as Secretary
of War tad into-sin, raked threiGaueral
what his action would be to the event
that the Senate ahnuld refuels tb concur
in the 'suspension of. Mr, Stanton, and
tint the Osmond had then !speed either
to reroute at the head of the War e Depart
ment till a decision could be obtained I
from the Court, or reeign the ottice Into
the bands of the President before the
case R. acted upon by the Senate, so as
to place the President in the same situa
tion he occutiled at the time ofi Grant's . ,
appointment. The President farther
said that the conversation was resumed
on the proceeding titaturday, ei which
time he naked tLe General what he In
tended to do if the Senate should,undari
take to reinstate Mr. Stantoh. In
reply to which the General referred to
their former conversation upon the barna
subject, and said you "understood , my
' position and my conduct will tio con
formable to that undoratandinm"lthat Lo
(the General), then expressed a
Caere (xi being made a party to a- udtcull
' proceeding, haying that he wouldlexposie
himself to dee'and itnprisonment by
doing so, as his sentinuing to diseharge
the shunts ofSecretary of War act interior
after the Senate should have refused to
concur in the suspension of Mr. Stanton,
would be a violation of the Tenure
of Offlos • bill; that in I reply'
to Gals the President informed Genera
Grant he had not suspended Mr. Stanton
under the Tenure of Office bill, bat •by
virtue of power conferred on him by the
Constitution, and as to the fine and lin-,
orison:nerd the President would pay
whatever fine was Imposed and submit
to whatever imprisonment might be ad
judged him (the Generals) that
they- continued the conversation for
some time, discuming the leer at length;
cad rieallT separated with ent having
recched k definite conclusion, and setth
the nuderstanding that the General
would site the President again on' Mon
day. In reply, Gnu Grant admitted the
conrerassione had ec 'erred, and acid
that at the drat oesseersaiion
had given it as his opinion to the 'Presi
dent that in the create( nort-concurrisnee
by the Senate in the action of the Presi
dent irk respect to the Secretary of War
the net •stlon would heroin be decided by
the Court, that Mr. Stanton would have
to appeal Gs - the Court to reinstate hint is
office, that the ins Would narnainth
they could be diaploced and the 0 , 4(.4 pot
they legal prececri lam and that he then
ught so and bad agreed that, if he
abould change his mina he would notify
thp President In time to eatable him to
malts &netherappointment: but at the
' time of the tint - eonversistlnn be
bad not looked very cloudy Into the law:
that it had recently been discussisrl by
the newspapers and that this bed ied:l
-ced him to examine it mere carefully.
and that he bad rem@ to the ooneltnion
, that if the Senate semilii refutes to eon-
I car In thesespeesiont MieStantorterould
thereby be reinstated Ind tilt be ',Gem
Gram) contd not costume thereafter to
act as Secretary of War ad iarrrurr [with , I
oat subjectieg birneolf to floe and rm.
prtsenments that he cane over ea Seim--
duly to inform the Prehitletn', of this
change ire hts , 11,411, and d i d so
ioform him; that the.- .President
replied that he had ant sussonded Mr.
Stanton under the Tenure of ()Oki bill,
but under the_t:oustiteltlsm 4 Andated,ami!
-rteut vtiir corral itzt
tins, 4e; that they continued to disrupt I
the Matter some time, Finally hl lett
without any ,ttrlneion baring j been
reached, expectiee to see the Pressideta •
again en Moridnin t Ile then proceeded
to explain why he had bet reified ea the
President on If outlay, saying he tale
long interview with General She, mai,
that various little matters had occepled
his Urn* until late, end he 'lid not think
the Senate would art So *con,' and
asked, .Did not General Simmers call
on you en Monday?" Ido not know
what pawed between the President rod
General Grant on lesturdse, •aorpt se I
Married it from the conyeraation bites*eo
them at the Cabinet messing on Tom
dar, and the foregoing is se hatanilally
what than eon rreeL 'The precise words
used on the occasion an. 0 , 4 'is: coarse
given exactly In the order to which; they
wet • spoken, but the. Haul iglu's...4
sad dicta statot ar• thilhtelly preserved
and preeersted.' • •
I - have Ike boner to be, sir, e
With great respect, • •
Your Obedient aorrai3t.
O. M. Sheers lao,
To the President-
DZIPAISTIMIrr nT STATIC
Wunilinos, Feb. 8, Ltvli. j
•St it—The meeting to which you Velar
in your letter wee a regular . Clique!.
romitieg. While the meinbere' veer*
amembling, and before the President had
entered the Connell - Climber, General
Urns; en Nosiest in, cold to me that he
wee not in attendants, as a member of
the Cabinet, but upon Invitation, led I
replied by the Inquiry whether there
was a change in the War Department.
After the President had taken his seat.
tinsiares went on In the limit war of
bearing outer. anbmitted by the l eer;
oral MerTehlriel. Whoa the time come
for the Secretary of War, Gen. Grant
laid that he was cot there ea
lieretare of- War, bat UDOli
the Preildent'e invitetion; thht he had
retired fret, the War Department, • A
engin difference then appeared about the
soppurd invitatioe, General Grant pay
ing. that tie officer who had horal his
letter to the President that moving; iro
nies:nein hit retirement from the War
Department, had told him that the Prea-
Went desired to me him at the Cabinet
meeting, to which the President Ammer.
.4 that when General Grant's, runtin
ration was delivered to him, the Pried
dens simply replied he supported Gen.
Grant would be very peon et the Cabinet
muting. I regarded the renv4t i l i tur
thus begun u incidental. sn
qualnformally, acidanulated of a la
ment on-your part of your view. III; re
gard toyour uederefeedi mg of the tenure
upon which Gen. - Grant had assented to
hold the War Department ad (uterine,
and of his replies by way of answeeand
explanation. It was newer:trot and wore
teou on bath Welt WIT in the ssl2Vlr
iiintonal form. As details could only
have been preavattel by a verbatim
repart, and so terse I know na anch report
wee nude at the time, I car give only
the general effect of the rionvematlon.
Curtainly•yen stated that althougp you
had reported the nmentor for aft,, Stan:
Mies anapension to the &nate, von nev
ertheless held be would not be entitled
to doom* the office of Secretary of War,
sew If the Senate should - disapprove of
his nuspensien. and that you had pre
mised to have thew:Legion bated byl ju
dicial proems, to be applied 'to the pep
son who should be the incndihenta! the
Department under. your delfts:dims of
Secretary of War ad Ottariis • In I the
plarnor Mr. Staiton.:You eciateided this
was well understood between youinelf ,
and General Grant. That when . he "en
tered th e department ad interdni I he
expressed his eoneurreece in a belief Mat
the question of Mr. Stanton'a restorutfon.
weald be &question for the Courts; that
in a subseqaent.Mavereation -rsiDij the:
Gwent, you had adyexted to the Under
'Handing thus bad, anti that General.
Grunt expressed his -eolicurrynea in It;
that . at . the same. conversation
which • had been pnryloosly Mild
General- Grant-said he ., • ' still -at:Dared
to the lindle construction Of the brw, jbut
said if he sheuid change ids opinion he
would give reasoriahle notice- of 1 y• so
you could to any ease be placed 1 the
same. position to regard to the:War De
. partment 'that you were while Gen ml
Odin! Feld It. I did not 'understand
'General Grant as denying nor as ambito
Ply admitting thew statements - In , the
farm and to the full extent toldilokkou
Made them. Ille admission of t dm
was rather Indirect and circiuna - MI,
though I did not - understand: It'
to be an .evasive 0110. Ile •saltl hat
reasoning front what occurred - In the
ceased the pellets in Maryland, whi he
regarded as a parallel one, be was of !
opinion, and se augured • you, thSt it I
would be hie right and duty tinder your
inetruntiona to held the War ettlee - -after,
the Sass." should disapprove oUildr.• I
Stanton's suspension and the tpleation i
weuittbe decided by the court.; that 116 ,
!wielded until very- nil . s i lt . l , i m . of-'t hat
th P e in agin a i i ir meet t ln o g n it ait c ' e B nvereatroil be 'w ro ta re
held between yoursenand him In which
the subject. was generally disci:m
ed.. General Grant's atatemeet - War
that In that conversation he hid eta
td to you the - legal difficultlea which
might ariwinvolving tine and„lnciiria•
eitimmt under the' civil tenure blll, and
that he did not care to subject hlmself
penalties; you replied' tot s•
remark that you regarded the civil ta d-,
rare bill as unconstitutional' and did not
think it. pesaltiee were to be feared, or
that you would voluntarilyamume them
and you instated that Gen. Grant
eitherr retain the office until -
lieved by yourself according to
what yen claimed was the original un
derstanding between yourself and
or by seasonable node° of change of pur
pose on his part nut you in the same sit
uation which you would be in if he ad
hered. You claimed that Gen. Grant
linallV said in that Saturday's conversa
tion that yen understood bla - views and
his promedings thereafter would be con
sistent with what had been so under.'
Mood. Gen. Grant did not controvert,
nor can I say that he admitted hie last
statement, Certainly Gen. Grant did not
at any time in the Cabinet meet
ing imust ,that • he had in the
Saturday conversation either dis
tinctly er finally advised you of his
determination to retire from the mumps
of the War Department otherwise than'
under your own subsequent direction.
Ith'acqulesoect 1111 yourstamment that the
Saturday conversation ended with an ex
pectation that theth would he a subse
quent conference on the subject, which
he as well as yourself •nalicwed could
seasonably take place on Monday. Yon
Men alluded tothel'act that Geri. Grant
did not call upon you on Monday,ee yo u
had expected from the conversation.
Gen. Grant admitted that it was hia ex
••ctation or purpose to era upon you on
Monday. Gem Grant assigned reasons
for the omission. He said he was in•
sionfennoe with flea. Sherman;- that
there were many little matters to be at
tended to: Ile hadtainversed upon the
• matter of the incumbency of the War
Department' with Gen. Etherman,and ex
pected Gen. Sherman would call upon
Monday. My own mind suggested a
further explanation, but I do not re
member whether it was mentioned or
not, namely: It was not supposed by
Genitirant on Monday that the . Senate
would decide the question so prompt
ly sot to anticipate any further
explanation between yourself and blna,
If delayed beyond that day. General
Grant made another explanation, that
he won engaged on Sunday with General
Shorn:an, and I think also Monday, in
regard to the War Department, with a
, hope, though be did not any in an effort,
to procure au amicable settlement of the
glair of Mr. Stanton, and stall hoped it
would be brought about.
. I have the honer to be,
With great rsapect,
Your obedient eervant,
; Witt. H.
To th, President
ANOTIBLII tsrnt riOX GRANT.
The mom ponying letter from General
Grant, nod since the transmlsaldu to the
nous." of Rep resentati yea of my commu
nication of ti do date, Is oubmitatet to thn
floes., a rat of the nom soontlenro r/1-
furred to In. the resolution of the 10th
(Signed) • ..i3narsr Jou:anon. •
EttAD4Crllrreas Aar[ or TUE L. 9.
. _ .
W.LosttmeroN, February 11, TA.
fru Srect/rlttvi I ',dr.!. Jahnatrn t
SIR—I hove the honor to acknowledge
the receipt of your. communicatien of
the 10th mat., accompanied by* the state
ments:of AIM Cable* ministers, of their
recollectiotiof what occurred in the Cab
inet meeting on the 14th of January.
Wlthoutedinlttlag anything contained In
those eintements, whore Vary differ
Conn anything heretofore stated .by
me, • I propose to notice . only the
portion of your ! eimmtnn•lostion
wherein P. nrs charged With imultordi
nation. .1 think it will be plaits to the
rooter of my letter of the 30th January
that./ did not prepese to disobey) any
legal order of the Prerldent disitinctiy !
given, but only to airs an interpret..
tom of what would he regarded as satis
factory evidence of the Praaident'e une
ort to orders or °enamel:deade n. by the
Secretary 'of Nar.. I will Boy that your
letter Lot' the 15th inst. COM./ no the first'
intimation I have hall that yep did
not accept that Interpretation, nor
the roam, fer giving that inter
pretation. It was clear to roe before
tnireg, ,- She - paratie won* seareirdene
lousiness to transact with the Socretary
of War than any other of the President's
subordinates, on the only one who had
been instructed to disregard the authorl.
ty of Mr. Stamen, where els authority
tree dells./ ea an nisei of the Presi
dent Ott the '.re.tit or January I re•
oeurol o letter friun the Secretory
of War, (copy herewith) direct
meips; to furnish an moult to
µsettle tremors from the Sin Grande to
Yew Orleans, it,,. at the regneat of lie
Setritary of the Tressary to him. I Ad
en mad two other Incloeures showing the
reconnitlon of Mr, Stanton aa Secretary
..f War by both the Secretary of the
Treoeurr and Ale Postmaster threinal,
ot all of which cases: the Secretary of
Wet had to call upon ma to make the
orders requested or ere the Information
desired, and where his' authority
vs do so le derived in my view as
agent of the President. With an •eler no
, 11141rly ambiguous, so that of the !
harereferred tn; It sem my duty to
loforus tan President or my, interpreta
tion of it and to abide by tbOt inUirpriaO-
Oors until f received 'further order:
Diegleirnioli any !Mention new, or here
tears: el dioebeyletelly /lista order of
the President distinctly ,ctiseneohicoteds
Your ehedieet servant
by To:woe to the rpm easette.)
WATllLetCreo).). Feb. 11; 11161.
Mr. WILE V,front tie Committee on
Pitalite,‘roported without amendment a
Lill requiring woos* opplyioi 'for pat.
ante to give public notice of the same.
Mr. WILLIAMS coiled op atufoffered
milattititto for tie bill in rolation to cm
toli pnblio laude In Origosi. which, after
WMI4IIIIOII trust ever PM to-morrow.
' Ou motion or Mr..IIOWE, the DIU for
Um relief of thehelrsofthe late General J.
D Rieherdsonorpprop dating to them four
hundred dellera for horses !Wien ' from
him by I odium while la the ..wino of
Use United /tats*, um taken up.
• Dermal /Mentors eldeMed on account
of t h e principles Involved.
TO morning hour espirtinr, the bill
Mr—MORRLLIA than the Commit:es
011 Arpproprietionn asked to bo'dischart
front U. furtheroassideration of noonl
petition risking to be included la the
twenty per coot. Increase of pop, and re
commended their reference to - Om Com
mittee on District of Culumbla. Tb.y
Rea .o rearm!. •
Mr. TIIAYER presented a petition
of citizens, of Nehmen., praying that
lands along the lON of the Onion Pacific
Railroad be opened for homesteads and
'pretentption, and that ,prtremptors may
enter landla along that lirl• at one dollar
and twentrilve cent. per acre.
On motion of Mr. STEW...MT, the bill
to nice effect to the art It regard to
grant. of pnblle land' In Nevada wee
diactattwal till 11:%. p. m., when Mr.
DAVIS declined to yield the floor any
further. and proceeded .to address the
Senate on the linpplemenUu7 iteeon=.
struction bill. ; •
Mr. DAVIE moved to Wino out all
after the word,"lnetructed" in Doolittle's
amandment, and Insert the words "with
the recommendation that this bill de not
pane," and also a bill entitled, "as act
further to provide for the ;'rare Mllclent
government of the rebel Statett,T putted
March VI, led; and all acts supPlemen.
tary end amendatory thereto, be rie
Mr. DAYIS, at neii, ' , lidded to an Ex.
'cnies settelen,' and after a 'abort time
therein' . ;
Senate adjourned. , •
ROUSH OF RE PRESENTATIVtB
Mr. VAN TRUMP pronntal a peti
tion froni Marano of -Ron - county,' onto,
of all parties, praying Comm. to an 4
tborke tho. Was of legal lender notes
sufficient to pay tho bonds of tho United
fltates,,wlUl due refereisoo to not produ
cing an over expansion of oirmilating
hoodlum. - .Reforratt to Use Committee of
Mayo and Munn.
The Homo procened to the oonilder-
Salon, in tho morning tour, of the bill
reported front the Committee oet Foreign
Affairs conooralug the rights of Ameri
can citizen In foreign Mates.
After abandon, at the expiratton,of
Rio Morning hour, the bill went over.
The SPEARICIi 'submitted a musagis
from the President, transmitting his la
ter to Grant and it was read, when Mr.
GINGHAM Mond Rs reforean to tho
Reconstruction Committee, and that It be
Mr. LOGAN stated there was reply
from Oturaral Great to that letter. irhleh
be dastred famished to Magoon.
The iiPRAICER intimating there were
some errors hi thw norrespondeace as
printed, Mr. BlLAllLA.M.tuestided the
motion to refer to the Committee on Re
constructioo, which was agreed to.
Mr. LOGAN'S resolution, making for
all - farther correspOadeace, was Mao
adopted. • '
The House IJmuit want into a Com
mittal" ma the legislative, executive and
JudkilaCrerlation bui..The amend
ment ro yesterday was rtihmterl.
Elt moved to strike out As
Item rem temporisation forAssistaittgee
rOtnry of flork of Pordono, Mut three
clerk, of the fourth? elms employed by
the President of the united State., which,
after debate, *ea adopted.
On motion Of Mr. `LOGA.N, the Itom
for the salary of SeDeitor for the Internal
Revenue Department was struck out.
Mr. WOODWARD moved to cancel
the appropriation for the Mike of 241111,
tare Justice.. !Dejected.
The Committee roie and the SPEAK
ERpresented jaome Fmnimportant com •
mualeadlons, and one from the Secretary
of War m to the project of constructing
a railroad on the weal bank of the Miha •
lasippl, ' from 1 Bt. Prancli river, sad a
statement of ?contracts made by the
Quartermaster'. Department in January.
The SPEAKER alio presented a mes
sago from the: Pr...dont trananuttinx a
copy of Gen. # meet Jut letter to hum,
which Irllll, read , ordered tote printed,
and referred to the Committee on Recon
Mr. SCHENCK, frOm the Committee
and IMearte; reported a hill to
facilitate the collection of • direM Gz In
Delaware. The; bill I'maketi the assess.
moot of April 19, leeff, a lawful &SWIM,-
meet for that imrpose. Passed.
Mr. LOGAN. asked lime to offer a re
solution calling on the Secretary of too
Treainry for the dormspoodenos of the
Commissioner of Internal Doyenne, re
lating to the inoval or appointment et
asseersonter oolloctors, but Mr. WOOD
On motion or Mr. DABER . ;.the Com
mittee of Wayd and Means was Distract
ed to- faquirol -Into, the expediency of
amending the Ibtornil Reiman, law so
as to proyide for the distribution of or
ernutent .tamps thrdugli Postollices or
Oa motion ofj Mr. JP.NCHS, the Secre
tary Of the Nary, Attorney General and
Secretary of State were directed to fur
nish a statement of the fees paid yearly
tines, IMO for legal seeriees in addition
to tie amounts paid td salaried officers.
Adjourned. • • . .
an AfID SUBURBAN.
COUWI iisaleis 1 Mallet Owni—Jwlgss
Thetcase of . idirhael 'Tkieken, Indicted
for failing to ke l ep proper record of malt
liquor's brewed ' !gni for naing cancelled
stamp*, which h e ad beeto•on trial for nev
em] days, was concirided. The fury
found Stwerdiettf not guilty.
The cm* of the United S m trea ea.
Charles llyriag on watt neat taken up.
The derandant ..breWer, and, resides
lu Birmingham.' la la in d icted for sell
ing lager beer W r ithotliselog the proper
revenue stamps affix On trial.
In the can oI Irwin * It. H., Smith
imported yesterday, the' Jury fond for
Tlio 'case of I F . C. ysrs vs. Jacob
Shrtierr, was Mat t @ n up, Thts wits
an action In sisitment For a small lot or
ground I.4.lleserre tosfaship. Verdict
J. S. Liggett 4 Co. re. l Jns. Craig.' Ac
tion on book sikicorst. I - enlist for plain.
Follstiog is this list lot Wedussday.
SS. S. McCleary ow T,l...Nostisy.
U.:Thos. Fawhett oiL N. J. Elev.
lifts for &NO' I
114! IV.' Andam of al. vs.
115. J. 'ea T .J.. 1 &MM.
4.7.4**1 , •••tatinki.—Jildse Ilierteee.
TI.R3D4Y, FA: 11.-John Whaler, of
Perryerilie, Ind ried fo'r selling liquor
on Bunchy, was mind nit guilty.
John Hobbies .pleatisal .guillp to an
assault, and lieu/fry en 1 rands 1 orner ut
the 11.11 lleuse; etc:ashes deferred.
John S. I: i :dirtied ;for assault. and
hatters. no oath _of Jars.. Soul., w ee
ro , teirt;d.pr u Sur to ipay the pests.
!setae was nlae complained offer sure
ty of the pea. tit the same prosecutor.
who w.direetell:to pay the coati, and
in default noturnitted to, ail.,
Ann Blatt, charged IN ith sauna and
Itztrurnrcerpaythe tots . • - • • '
1 Jeha 'Appel Wes placed on trial on a
I charge etaggranited wraith end battery,
via oath of tiotieth Plinth/ Parties reside
In I:Mon tew.liip. The ease waa on
trial at adjournment. I
g . e
In the owe of d Erevan, Premien .t Co.
es. the Intteburgh & Cohnellaville Rail.
reed Compees, Previalialy reported, the
Jury toned !.wilts plailitlffs in the sum
of 84,0191.341. • Id. I W. Acheson for plain
'tiffs; G. Entree, lr., and T. 11. B. Patter
.. (or •detandarde. .'
The nu, of C. lickmoll vs. Jos. Sleeting,
Sr., Sian sari talten up. The jary found
for the plaintiff In the sum of PS.6O, sub
}Wl to the *pinion of the Court on was
tines reserved. I ' II
Gillespie t.t lhfitylel, Tn.
Wachter, a ner4 and J. Lindsay, car,
tractor.. ~&ctierr an rdoehanica lien
'•rdiot .far ■layyrfff far 1111150.
ciarrlsan To.. E. IL Fisher.
Ia this rasa tL• Joryf•otid '..or plaintiff
In th• alias of Vai 4U.
megneeste sinseesse. vellums* Meettar.
The Council off Duquette porongh net
on special ail MOndayeaning, Febrenry
• On !notion of lr. Rab i n, en 'additional
tie of am mid on the county valuation
woe levied for borough purposes.
On motion Mr. Brum the entire
revenue of the ;borough! for the present
year wen sprregliated to Improvement
of Busk lAne. pretending that-Sher
, ought.» from the encreistunettts of the
. The contract fee Ile ye ng and grading
of MoPedden 'Mac Bridge street, Pine
street, Union alloy and Win street, won
awarded to timittelhOrr.
The contact for grading end paving
of-Baok.• Lane a y awardwi to P. F.
'fowler dt Co. .
Mr. Wilhelm resented the following
realution, whl wan addpied
Reaolved, Mali the Burgeon and Town
Council of the illereinth of Duquesne
consent to the extension at the boundary
lineal Adeline teelty toga eastern ter.
coleus of the Borough of Duquemeoa
provided by en; Act of Amorally old
tledVen act stillexing 119 tough!, of
'desolater to Allegheny City." opprored
the 12th day of March, IttiC !
DrawnPrea sited this following is,-
cdutlon,which waanerlintUntalY adored t
Resetred, By the Su -gem and "own
Diurnal of Duirissne Borough, that. , onr
Representatives 'me earstutly agnate"
to at • once pane "the ElexteM bill creating
the borough of Millvale.
On motion of .Ir. Brenrn, the Bar=
pas, with Mears; Wilhelm• end ...Cabs
were appointed CoriornittrO to inform
the Altoghany City Connolly of. the an
nexation of the borough to nebi city.
• 1.f14111•1111*, • •
between !ilk and seven e'clock• yester
morning, a new born child was dis
covered lying in a private alley between
Cherry alley wedtlrent, en Third street.
The allay leads dlrootlY to the tear of the
residence of one .of our oldest and most
respectable caimans," who notified the
„favor% pollee of thliabo¢e'rent. An of
ficer wont to the spot immediately..
Upon arriving. at the spot Indicated, It
was fonadiropeasible intoning° the body
of the infant, (which^ wet- frozen to the
without the sid of The
bodt - which Wes ;hat' monied to the
Mayor's office was efterWards taken to
Mr. Aiken's. thanttdartaker, WlereCor
otter Clawson hald.an. lord upon it,
FM= the testimony of e physician
summoned' thorn faxi, - ; lpt,no doubt but
the child,. which was newly born,. had
bean alive. Vern:two circuimetanpes War
ranted tbtlbellef Mutt it, had been tarried
to the place whore It was found. The
Jury returned a verdict Ins accordance
with the above fide.
news, l losetee lawert, Dueness.
Elizabeth Knttopp . msde inforanation
againetlienry tradcL fer.assaint and
tuUtery—etriklng her In die face—corn.
Mined while . Ordering blin out of ,her
house. Defendant woe given n hearing
mid hold In s:..;o' to uppear it Court.
CLudatopber Runkel was arrested on
elonduy on a wariant leaned on an Infer.
mallon mode by Barbara Kunkel Am
desertloo. They wore married the even
log previous, and defendant Named to
remain with hia*lfe. .Upon a bearing
/the &faculty ban amiably :settled
Bride aged forty. years, 'poem twenty
ansaallelhal Aunt Wllbelia.Balier were
'outvoted= tho information at .Leonard
- Green, for throwing - atones at him while
:walking bu the West Pennsylvania
Railroad track h i Allegheny city. Held
In $5OO ball.
al, guava ■ plairmat cluarou,guagnm,
• Tits Pariah la greatly la naod of a
ohturi edifice, attot among tie 0../Plldb/111111
ror riglalig the marred means for Ih
arootlaln Suiladlas will hold a Coatival sad
talrat tha Sunday School room of Trinity
Church, on Sixth atroet, commandn;
dayand continuing through tha at ,
ternoon and availing for three days. The
meetings., It la' upOctedi 'MT
Arians.. , .,The oljem tort' laudable,
and it , h e le no m ed there will be a .ryiry nor
oral ettihaod by
he poop a* and othgra: lorgat^the
plAce. Don't toilet We WOW
lateral llat A.elversary C. 1.1.
Int Pre•byterlas thumb.
On Monday evening the Central Pres
byterian Church, Rev. Dr. race - bus, pas
tor, celebrated its tenth anniversary, in
their edifice on Smithfield and Sixth
iiiirets. Shortly after seven o'clock the
heinte was well tilled by the congregi-
Con, and the choir, after a voluntary on
the organ, gave a very line, anthem,
will Praise Twee My God." 'The choir
well sustained Its excellent repute under
the lsadershlp of Georges. Bryan, Esq.,
an Elder of the church.
Atter the singing, Dr. Jacobus offered
Praise to God In a brief address to the
Throne of Grace. After which he made
a condensed Itatement of the church's
progress during the past ten years. It
'was organised with nineteen members.
The total of membership received during
the decade was 448.
A comparative view shows the three
older charcbets of the Presby,tery as ha v
trg rocelved434, .03, 379, and theOentrel
'The deaths In the membership for
the ten years were only thirteen. The
pastersinted an interesting fact brought
lately 'bible notice, that during a former
pastorate in doe city of Brooklyn, these-
cession. for _the first ten years were'
within- one of the same number
as nere. The baptisms during this
period were one hundred, of whom
nineteen were adults. The monies raised
amount to over forty thousand dollars,
including the payment of a church debt
of moven.thousand dollars on the house
when this congregation took it. Two
sittings of the Sabbath School, averaging
nearly three hundred In all—A. M. Mar
shall. morning Superintendent, and J. P..
Smith, afternoon Superintendent. The
Ladles' Church Sociable hoe contributed
dome tic missionaries in poxes of
clothing, dc., 442,283.07.
. nmriont or Tim ormerrizemon, •
The iodide:sof the late Fitch Presbyte
rian Church baring been destroyed by
fire, was rebuilt in the Summer of 1351,
mostly by demotions and collections
from the seismal congregations of the
Presbytery of Ohio. At the dissolution
of the church and congregation, In 18457,11
beinsiargoly in.debt, the Trustees trans
' ferred their title, to a committee of the
Prombytery, cenditleeal on a reorgani
sation of the church, or devotion of the
proceeds of a node of the property to come
other church enterprise of the Old School
Presbyterian Church In Pittsburgh:
The Presbytery appointed a commit
tee conoistingof Messrs. Wm. Eakewell,
M. W. Jacob. and David McKinney,
who "Peeolved, That early announce
ment be made of the desire and. plan of
this Presbytery to organise a Presby
terian Church in the late Fifth Church.
edified, and that we hereby appoint Rom
Doctor Jacobus to preach stolidly, with
a view to ouch organization."
Public notice was given from the pul
pits of the Finn and recond Presbyte
Amu Church., and also in the .Prestive
rams Banner aid Advocate. and in ill
the city daily papers, that Dr. Jacobus
would eonenenuce elated services In said
ecinlos on flalabsth afternoon of January
ditty with $ vlew,to orgarda• - r Presby- .
!whin Church. .
The attendaaoe °nth. Lint and "Mbar
quent Sabbaths was seeneouraging, that
on habliath, February, 7th, nonce was
given that the Committee of the Presby
tery of Ohio would meet on the follow-
log Wednesday, evening, iFen. 10th,) to
organize the Central Preebyteriaft
Church of Pittelinzgh. The. Committee
met at the Church on Smithfield street,
Wednesday evening, February 10th,
1958. After a sermon by Rev.
Jacobite, the gamine of organizes
Oen tv. opened with • prayer by
Roc. Wm. id. I'azton. Nineteen per
sone promoted their certificates, which
Leiria in due form, they were received.,
menders of the Church. On carom.
inendation of Dr. Jacobi., the members'
proceeded to complete the organization
of the Central Preabyterfon Church,
by the election or officers as
Luke Loom. and John S. Davison were
D., wax nominated for the office of Dea
con, and no other name being submitted
he wee nrumilmonely elected. The per
sons elected having grevinnaly held these
were duly metalled. After pray
er by Rev. David Meßbiney, D.D., the
meeting was dismissed;
. On the 17th of February, IBA_ at a
meeting regularly convened, Dr. Jaco
bus was unanimously balled to be palter.
Ile was formally installed January 11th;
1652, end since that tithe has labored as.'
111 tic ugly in the interest of the church
and for the spiritual impretement of the'
memben of the congregation. Dr. Ja•
mhos is one of the must eminentdivines
connected with the Presbyterian church,
and' maintains a high position not
only as • an author anti contr. veraallst, but also no a Prefeciaer In the
TheologiMil Seminary in Allegheny, and
MI an able and eloquent epenker. In.
labors 'hate been crowned with Success.
Helms gathered around him a large and
intelligent congregation, and by his abil
ity and earnest efforts has endeared him
self to all. Among others of the meniP
b•ra, we notice the naming of Drs. King,
Ffalleck; Foster and lifeelelland, Hon.
James Teech, S. Schoyer, Jr.. Req., and
Thomas Ewing, Esq. • .
ALTra . vated Asaaall sad Raiser,.
Green Campbell, a colored stevedore,
as before Mayor Blackmon. yesterday,
ou a charge of ruggriesied assault and
battery preferred against him by smother
clolored man framed Tlioroas Penny.
The prosecutor works on the steamboat
. 'llludeon" where the difficulty occurred
and aroused himself by running affair the
defendant witha red hot poker, a red
hot gam...which Campbell did net relish.
The latter, and - Ntr. Penny labored under
the Impression that he had left tho host,
there being no light. but that reflected
Mutt the sumo. Mr. Penny had ecarcelf
seated himself when the tarpaulin was
raised by Green who hurled a heavy
wrench at him. The weapon struck Mr.
Penny Mile face, inglettag severe cuts
and bruises In the region of theright eye
and the aide of the nom. If the wrench
had struck batten inch higher ft would
undoubtedly have proved fatal. Am it Is,
his injuries are very ugly and painful.
After hearing severul NFAMISSOIL, who cor-
Mborated the above statement, Ilia Gon
er required C.tiup bell to give bail for trial,
falling to procure whielt .he was com
Pair sae rentlyaL
The Church Fair and Festival now
being held at Lafayette Ball I. an entire
success, and thous desiring to enjoy a
prool dinner or aupper,logether with a
pleasant evening's entortalament, abould
not fall to call. Dinner served from
twelve to two o'clock, and rapper from
six to nine. We are Informed by the
ladles having charge of the dining de
partment that they, purpose serving up
oyster pin to-dsv for dinner.
The voting Air the silver set for the
meet popular county °Miele is being
contested for by Samuel 11. -- Cluley,
Sheriff, John.G. Brown, Clerk °rem:ins,
and Joseph H. Gray, Register, in which
our worthy Sheriff is leading. In many
ther very vnlintble articles the - rtlnp
XI probably be hotlyy mi ticlnu ted: 'Mini
Open voting on the clerk, book-keeper
and salesman's witch will close on PM
daysivenlng at nine o'clock, alter which
time 'sealed votes will bo received, and
the followlog gentlemen are selected to
take charge of the same: D. 11. Frallch;
FlerenceKramer and J. C. Gray.
We have an abiding 'intemst In the
welfaro of the induatrioun sons of ounny
Italy, who turn an honest penny out of
pea-nuta and foreign Crud; and as admi
rem of theciasslc race cannot load Ourself I
to commend any movement on the part
of the authorities which lards to weaken,
or injure tote all-Important branch of
trade. Mayor Ittlackmoro has decided to
Inaugurate war upon the race and to WM
te boat - -diono to sat- - fro& thr
bin..exertioni to sweep trot._ Lne Ihir
face of tho Fifth otreet pavement tho
multitude of wholesale and retell oafish,
linitiviente of .the character which shed Iro
much glory on that proud thoteughbMe.
This le all wrong, and wo trust thatltaly
will be treated with more COMnili and
rfopeet than to havo the means or cub-.
Instance of her noble army of rearmenta.
lives cat off by municipal abeam. We
respectfully refer their coma to the State
Senate, and oak that the necensary pro
tection to amble them to monopolize the
pavetoent of the principal tkittroughEaree
Obscene Publicallons.—Ata meeting c;r .
the United Presbyterian and Reform
Church Sabbath School AZIPOOhiiOII,
bold recently In the Second Presbyterian
Church, • Sixth street, committee of
three wee appointed to call on the Mayor
end request aim to prohibit the sale of
obscene publiestious In this ,
Howlea zed Loh In Allegheny at Atm-
Leggsto, Auctioneer, will sell
ads (Wednesday) afternoon at 2 o'clock,
the Mr room house and lot, No. PM San.
dusky street, end at 3 o'clock the seven
morn house end lot, on Mlddlo AUey, In
view of 171 Federal Street..
FOURTH PAGE.—Precoodlnvi, of Mb
• `Pittsburgh Councils; Ro Amiesation
In Pernalns our articles • pnblisbed
from timo In tilUi3 in this paper it Will be
observed. that . Imr syetem is founded
upon the.ri-cedfact., of the Medical Sc:l.'
mice; and we would just say that. In our
idoetter we have endeavored do be got
erned by the fundamental principle. of
right, rule; late and order. •
Our interests have been identified with
the interests of ritlisuurglsand the sur
rounding Country, both generally and
professionally, for Moro than 'twenty
We have been sustained in our princi
plea by the community, and liberally
lattrrauzed In our profession by all class
es of citizens.
1 Wo have 'mule every effort to relieve
and cure our sotTeringpatients whenever
it was in oar power, and shalt continue
to do so with our patrons, leaving no
source unesplored fit the discovery of.
the true nature of every disease, and
Sparing rib' aims in the selection of the
appropriate remedy in every case.
This we Mu afford to 'do upon tho reit
sintablo terms of a resident physician,'
without rtabrting_to the high charges of
itinerant mictors, whose exorbitant foes
to Pic patients would nettle the accounts
IWe treat all kinds of Chronic diseases,
from a common cold to consumption, a
common bail tat &neer ' the most invet
erate scrofula, the meat troublosome dye-
pepsin, the: most lingering liver 'com
plaint, th e Most _painful riaburnittiam or
nottralgia, the moat difficult asthma, the
worst dropsy, the weakest nervous de
!Ally, the most violent spasms, the most
aritioal female complaints, and the se-
Verwit of kitintiv atioctiona, and many
othortliseasea oltich we have not named
our romodien are propared - ntim sub
stances That will assimilate with 'tho or
ganic body; land oar prescriptions aro
nut up under our own Immediate super
vision; and when these are administered
in aceordanee with their really medical'
virtues and tho true nature, of . the dis
ease, they seldom fall to remove the
morbid condition of tho system and to
invigorate and improve the health of. the .
patient, nod fi nally effect a cure when a
cure is at all, to be had.
Our charg C. for extuninations,tirescrip
iiins and medicines tarnished, ranges
corn three to ton dollars.
L, coLosztur., M. B
Thd great clearance stile in progress at
the Masonic Hall Amu lion Rooms by
Messrs, Smithson, Vanhook to Mcdlel
land, will be continued until .the im
mense stock of boots end shoes now on
hand is disposed of. From the amount
of goods sold yesterday, and the unusu
ally low prim at which the were sold, it
will not take a groat while to exhaust the
stock, large as It is, and we would advise
RUM need of boots and oboes to. attend
thil sales and purchise whale the oppor
ttigi.tiy is atfo a r t il a ed .c. the w n i t , ltibtitnigailsgreern
composing this firm we take rescue In
recommending them to the public as'
worthy °Maar confidence suid patronage.
Sales at 10 a. m., 2 and 7i o'clock p on.
Remember the elate, ' Smithson, Van
hook a: McClelland , Masonic Hall duo.
tion ROOMS, Tim street. " .
Pain Paint played on the stage...
Pain Paint noticed editorially.
Pain Paint) nishos pain. •
Pain Paint cures eruption.
Pain Paint note Invalids at work.
Pain Paint curies sac Rennin.
Pala Paint disturbs Beetling Syrups.
Pain Paint good fur the black man: .
Pain Paint good for the elite man.
Pain Paint good for everybody.
Pain Paint sold by the Druggiats.
Pain Paint in as. a Bottle. •
Pain Paint fe eta. a Bottle. •
Pain Paint sl,oo a Bottle.
Pain Paint 5r.,00 a Bottle.
Come and test Pain Paint free of oast,
at 622 Arch Street, Philadelphia, In the
Drug Store': The crowd , to big; come
Sioy Injures:l.—About fent o'clock yee•
terrier evening, Robert Richardson, sop
of Timm. Richardson engineer at
Kelly Co.'s planing mill, on Saistith
street, near Grant, was severely injured
by being run ever by a • buggy. The
hnggy belonged to Dr. 13ergher, and the
driver, i•iippears, hod his attention di- .
reeled too team to (root of higu, - and the
Mlle boy, who is only four years old,.
ran into Rio street in front of the buggy
and-was rndmver, He was sewsnely
bruised about the „head and body. Dr.
Burgher 11 attendhig him.
Charged with Theft. —Yestairdaymcrra
ing Lan information was made bekire
Mayor Di mu, cbarging a colored man
named Jelin einiith with 'the, iflreakr .o f
fifty dollars and a 'valuable dregs, the
property of a female domestic to • the
nom," of Mr. William Smith, of McClain
townehip. John Smith was employed ell
domeatic in the same family. He had
enly been-co 8 week in the employ of Mr.
Smith. The mono—, wee In • pocket
hook to the stoles dress.
. Held io Sail:—Yeaterday jlndrew and
Aunt Yolk were bold to ball for trial;
by . Jostive Heise, on a .elunge of ms
belittle nitachief, preferred by Henry
Brankman. The parties axe realdatits of
Meant Washington, and it taidleged by
be intosecnter that the deferalante
taeliod his house with stones and other
ruisalles, endangering the lives of the In
mates. The atfair occurred on tbe2din-
Assault and'llatUtii..—lnstleo Helsel
yesterday badi before hire • Joins Sem,
charged on oath of Ad= (letter with
summit and battety. It is alleged that .
the defendant come to the house ot the
prosecutor and cormusetteed, $ general
herald ng.up of articles In the house, and
not eattelled . with destroying inanimate
things, want to work aigoronaly upon
the prosecutor. .
Fete Pretense.—Jain ea Johnson yes
ierdey morning charged S. X. Freeman,
before Alderman 3io3isaters, with false
pre -terms In obtaining boarding" to the
amount of twenty-five dollarivepresent
ing that Cheap John waaindebted to him,
which was nerved to bunntrtie.
alleged Peritary.—.Alderman Mega►
lets maned a warrant yesterday - morning
for the arrest of Abraham Klmlbler, on a
charge of potnry.s. The defendant fa
charged with falsely en/earn:4. that the
proneuutor obtained cider on Sunday
from a party to McKeesport. '
ovoolet i Tlntana
a r t - lobjiltroN•,la s. the
seeut..lyestot• ber•at* y.
roporal rrom tt4t4slde net, No. 171.11oatt Mo
no*. Mirthear. irags..Day. if S oreleel r.
111.. to procoed to , Alletbattl - Cemetery. TM
tilted. or tbo WWI* aro respect/4;4y lattt eel to
Stoning. as n'elenn.
SWIFT. Intent son or Andres sail Malin
weans sad Ire days
Tamura/ tau tWellaeogan Apitosllpse t 121)5
twit, at 3 olclack, fhint * tits resldeneit of hi. pt.
wenn Close street. Ylltstrurelt.' Mrs!' eine
holly are respectfully Incited (*attend. '
le 110 i)-:4:11
ALEX. AIREN, I.I3IDEIRTAILIM
40. 116 Irodtt6 . Plitsbired, Pa •
COP ITN% of ad kta3d:CElPl2l.Ol.O7O5. d
even description of Punissi Tereldtbedtlaidt
tursitshod. Boom open ddylnd
and Carting. [.rubbed. ' '
Birvay.csie—Rov. Davttl Atm IX D.. 1 gm
P. Jatel.ns, U. D.. Thomas Itvlag,
fIUARLCII tr, , PEEIILIES. trader.
of Sandusky ulnae anatelkarch &vane s Salted.
ay city, viler., Sinn ,COSSIN llUndlti are cons
stantly antopliad wish: nal and lintailos Inns
*nal, u 44441 4314Watant cat ita a.." 4 Vint
varying 04 to SRO. Anne. nd testa
ttnaent. lenses ind - Catnip, holnind:
also, 'lOl ktuda at Montane Gnu% trylit"itit.
Inns+ bnen at %finnan. tny and night.
ROBEUT T. 1101:01 . /EIG
taa. Ann ,Easatagat.ll4a Oblo
allethetty. lao. ,ta Diamond kw% (ba
Jab. 35'4%. 11.%-ake.a.4.11. calm:data,
best. Dletal, Itoaawoo4, ' fr atm% .4 toltalka
Zaasaaal (Nanna. w.Dme ContnaltmllM in
'ram. Tyvartood Cala.= aVaardatialath,
me n . to progenies. cainull ed• n,, • .
flanaliba4 as law tat.. gape, 01.48, - rite
.4Eagravlas rutalalittilgrat/o. Cleo %WI 40
RDWATIEF' CZAUNrECRII,,, VS
thcciwrxti. Moe: N0...H.1,0M0 . &Foot.
Allesbeey. Votallithltape,kos eta otbartni•
Goodin on hand and nannslonl at fannled ROOM
at 'mien price. 13.1 n nnelt.lnin7 EMstohis.Oon.
nu of Firpt.and WILMA neoet... Chonnbeni,
Bannteks% loeialt.. gnaq. wen
WANTVD—AGENTS, foe' • THE
BLur.-coats; • aid !ma they tta •
Toasta sad Wed ter t*a Union. AIM Ames aad
/acid.. ta halla Prakt .Retrallloa. IL contai.s•
arm ItO due Xaaraateg! aad 400 PagaNl and, ic
ttie'aDkle.t and aaaainat war book,
Pitea.Anhilltatl taaraelry. The 'Mho are eau.
%Jiang Aaataat Wirier Warta Niala A aladlat
tille...fiee that Me poet Y.., bay, coitalaa *lac
aaa eagrartag• 40:a int es: !mad - tor Clry
lar. Mamas J0NC5,711107112.18
sdalphl. P. • alp
I'HE WEEKLY GAMTTE
• , Two =nazi
A Wye Asia, eastaidag OUlsi
lab et tsSanstbsy manna nab.; laandlet
lastesa Zdtanisla by_Tabisespbaed
vs.brablalcassmw Matta /br Lbs lbadlr:
And fatless sad beet ssbabla I7aaastsl sad Um.
.iiisr.l4 Market Itapcatt it.. al' a+ a Mae 3 •
10.• eery. M. Tamar. ll•ebsals sr Ylerelssat
Orald be alabsw.,tt.
•4 mai you sax RIMML7IIIIO4IM2
Oat., of 1.13.. •
I O•ad one Copy. of paper to tae.P.l.ll VAUD(
Sb the club, Axbiltlests to Ono sea b• nabs •
.• . •
Ltem ss slob masa
..„ . ,Ncrcta ao Zbrs•cat33l2l...-Ia eree ytr rpoir
taper. bs ears and spdadry .list .41.1 a• To.
Linat. ad vs Isnot Wiitss•dayM* t•Saidh
, V rtb•ni hula:bat =sand' • moot
.14// . .1d0w by Di•2l, Napalm, /lanky Orden,
l?i la basistared rattan, may be run it...wrist
AQdw.n• - 014.1r.T714 •
541 pn-rantriuni, IrwrivA•
LET-TOE sECONR , AND
. TADID STORY ROOM'S, at No. 11l Yoder.
yeet. Allegheoy City. 'The rooms
4,pg ....taetar., purposes or 1.4,51111 n.
r. tartar apply at Nellll/DE CiAtllttllTl
W.lorery Store, No. 1/14 !Wend SI.. Allegbetay.
OR RENT— , A Fraime
ING.'hereurnoms tat Ant and throe Oaten-.
door. - Also, • TENANT nom. or Ma
Onto, all isagned substantial eider. i Stabling
and carriage hoes.. 11. 'acres of Arena.. neatly
pl.ted In choke' trallneschee
enerrah. ;rebel.; ae. Situate en the hill trams
telt elurouthe enter Depot. In PI. nmenslllp.
quire of lbw+ WATT. Peon 'atrial: or og
WATT A' WILSON. Ltberly street.'
LETr-A good Female Iliciren- •
SNG. containing oores rooms, t. •
wit.. of laid aid itablo. oolV•ot'w,ltb
fti!4, and Ma good slate of colihmUott. sittzto
&Mikan:. 'envoy laths Iforouffirof flikletior •
Irltblet 0,0 soLoutio walk of the;
r#susalon idles himedtotely. if deolrct. Yoe
tiro., 00., tosolft of WM. ItANHLI4, an Ma
R QEN T- - -OFFACES AND
4 ,. l l oo e. .ll9la nf ite i Laer k.. .bal t id l ig , areet s ;la the
of Garrison alley. Id mediate. I:stemma'.
'Oen. Yoe term.. fie. , applyet THE i.tA.N2C..
O LET.—The Fianna and hall
OF IVIED STORMS alhi now ttUdlor.
111 Liberty StrooL Eagolre of T.J. T.
10OARCE. - -
To7.ET—A large and.sultntan
itlal WoBEHODITC. oa . Ira . et areal. near
erket. Cent anodarato._ Comsat'. Oran on
Agttl lot. Enecira or peo. A. HERBY; CII
irna Nation/418.k. ' • '
p - ba r al fine.laige
' ; '8.001119 la the IiAZZTTE BVILDING;acIIIa
01 , 1 /laba eaa be bad. Apply at amal• at the
. t .l be sold..en kivrunpiir, the =el teletext,
.ten o'clock o. S., on al premise* of the ow.
'deepened, Is YeOtore lownehto, O.V; rftEnt
mttel - C0w...2 (nix rratrtr.n.
Da PALE-NINE DWELLING
• A 11V9ZITIOELE7.--A nee brink Meanie.
built is tho moat subnantlal sallnner, arlin cont.
Ate artanginnenti for tar; bet and eoldwater-,
tahrolik het ale Ante. A.- from onaln three
mita ornround. very near Q aaaaa Valley nos
Unn. 700 N WAV, Jr.. newlekleynllle P. 0.
three-story BRIGS . HOLIN, noarkf orrr
PM4MtI - to* front, marble morales: .gor oad
mriffir Mmostrout: boom tontalos Moeiroooso
aorMlutabod.garret. No. M EI.M.NTIENNt . noir
rommolert from Apill . lB.
trOfij Esquire alba boum. ; .
ROB SALE-FLORIDA LAND&
—We oder for salti•lo,See Acres of Land 10
one:Watt, shan't/3mile) lbw, the eltr of Ape—
leetti-eole. The land
,Ls bemired wtd. ender eta.'
tlrttilon. and Le 1211•611p4.11,04 for - rtchnear Of soli
enOrosittettreness of Southern 'atseles. tech as
angur ease. cotton. hoe; sweet Dottwei and dr
atted twee, sortth sneer'sr grazing for cattle and natter Dora.. en the Wee ruse.. The test of
rts(m . pine Umber In abundance, with. dart rate
wirer petreribr roar tellheorltlrdepthof !water
eniseash, for steamboat. to run towhee trio the '
rivet, where can De leaded Into large inneLa .
stalahlyped North: Alien:rare •ten good frame zs
ho4a on the preatteir.' , The wetooo abound ,
oi*Oat, gee., decks, and the 'roods irttss all tl~fq of :
getnebeir.'deer, turkeys , ' 9aalf, etc.
ThO o,toy 4 entireirtrea from thole dine..
eatf6dered t7mlassaatle tottneneess ea preralent
to (He Mouth. We will melt Ude land at the how
prtdi of sl.o7per sari:
Attetzt . nuet of I.o.ooeacrevutudl7 unlmprevo
edastoured 01130 the Attest sretlow.ttlne ;Leber.
wittfurery fatality for sawing thator.uartnable.
wigsoo to run the briber into the olter. - Thie
verities near the Ana otantessL,! - Priet 60 tents
I.r:stere. ! I
We. 10110:00 ecru to Georgie. et Dews nrosk
/4g farther leformatlon seed O 0011 for oar
llot:106erly tiorrate•6lll6.l • . ' • . •
Ron ELLLE.--Ilonso and Lot o*
DOriC af Maabattan.aid Adams atraoLa
atraaddltor Railway. Lot 44 by, tII oLt
Ile tram!. goatalated7 roam. sad good
walkiaPartaL Home and Losoatbadadd.atay
Bldlielt istreet,- . .allaabasy 'OP. Rat RI ;RR Z . '
bat &mu. aoatalaa Iva maw. tad
Maer and dam. Mao; aovarA3 Rasa
sad Lab la goal location. lagedelltd a.
HU& a'oo.. Be.. Ifitealit,
BALE_ /I _ BES T
kowmartv Uniei aad Ma* Stab* ate
dne,'SAMTLY HCite.tatryi than EMMA
oat,* mass& op.; LAJLOS INLIMGITT
LtollIEC: three BLAZE' 1:8; two WILT
Itstta.. rime Erraxst,...i grosOim,s.
•••••"; • -
. . _
ilfir .. ..)!torsee Wised and gold on ooto*Vg.l'"
ilitt . SALE—One .C.ILBUTAGE,
Oiettable tam sr two Wafts: ersiTWO.
FOR WAGON, sad a Iftebes
.•• of NUL
=surly ism.; raTetels se the PE:6MM.
SII, ,, CTACLES,
OV ALL !MID* AT
tviercni - • •
prwvare A. pa:inapt AtroOrss.
DEMEMTH . ' & -111111LETZ
Gn 4T OrpIi.reVIKENTS ...
THOSE WiMTIAO CWrin".-
owns. a. .C 4 1 .
CAMECIOZWIt . VEIPMIGS. I
- '-.- " 4 OTZBC O ,,"/N9S•
W 01 4 .3.111 toomagetserder lathillatesiri;/0.
1.117 PEE clan. mugs wax 071111 ED
THIS:AMASON. OW sad finathis "st.k' • a
Zir. illereltaat Tiller,
Cor;',Oenn andl6t.:oa4 - Stieet •
itYCKRINE TOILET ,80e;'• I
ma.up,, k t.... by izries 890184 IlliCt:ifbyt
Tliboap Lab...m.lH t peculiar proem& bred
Dom dill merits of alkali bleamt ferfartabt, Nana
eras tbiberml6b abelb l / 4 e6b u, the mat ttme 1t
no • I.E. qmetatne_r eirme.r , V
(63 ieriiteat.) utts latter 11.111•Xel ,
alto, temente!' tbe brareatitub.
cbmptes old tea mbletamat to 5... 'export..
eume tit6l4l weather. ,lt Sr Mend moat umbel
In ag tbie,tba trete , tois j)ro<lPeSdbfyryaem
6f atm A 16 ., Oa uarsotrai or Its miat petal at
Me e t be hYlb.U 4 . l .l l tb, bobe ncbt
the 6.stmt C. 111101156601 mr delkbu, ,
Am elty. beep that cm tai Ml6.4atitt.' Is I;
limier*. melt& for eleasutbm
viers ta i i lettatlos pastbated 11.enitbarb p ave ..a urae ' "mpcb, mu:6i eiMb licoaviblesee. .11 1 . • the lama
aameabitt ISkarteg booty Um ad be Sisidafivlng
11.414 tat Sad oessfaftalils. 71611 Mop babalt, '
told ati , blTeertm Steps Metall Utile orbs. °tr.
teele:4lth only..esim7 nuitoine
"4 tho p.SW.a;sllt b. csua. •
eutabotby 1116 meet auk.
Agegg arrow :manor,' rauite'r ii,eLoN. -
mat elem. Also; grad far OILICPIF
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