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Additional Rule for Impeach- NEcol Di u i
meat Court---BraWback 011 Shi IT
p ‘—'-----------______---- • Material-Attendance of House • Pcnril• cr-4:3c1 A. At'
Menibers itt Impeachment Trial ---:----- -- 7 - - -- - --L-----_---1----------- :: --7-:------ :
--Bounty Equalization Bill-- FROM EUROPE:- -'
civil Appropriation Bill Passed
nesolutiOn iftelatiVe to Philadel
— Freight and Passenger Tariff
phis Courts and the Pardoning '.. . English Par/iarnent--Tlie . Irish
__ for Pacific Railroads. .
Church Establishm ent-The En
power--NewCouty of Petrole- [By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.) • .
um—Gas Inspection for Phi a - WASHINGTON-, 3farch 21, 186 ' 8.. ' -patriation Question—British E.
delphia ---PeoPle's • Passenger SENATE. - Pedition in AbYssiiiiit--Internui;;'
Railway of Pittsburgh---Rill ' • PETIT/ONS, S c . tionitl Mail' ' Sexivice•-•Turkey
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Passed Finally- - Bridge °ter the , A memorial asidng for an appropriation 'Complaining of Russia—Civil
Ohio fionlC Te lnalieraniDenlie;;,. for re airing the levees on the Aiississippi War in India—The Tycoon De
, river. Referred to the Committee on Coin- feated--Fenian Convicted of
' l3 Uppleinent to pittsburgh' and
Treason. - •
Teinperanceville Rail Way Act
Mr. StrsltissisFß presented' petitions from
-rAdjonrnment, Till Monday— ,
By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
.. - - the colored men from. various part, of D 1 i , , GREAT BRITAIN. •
- A Correction.
. • ware, asking to be secured in their rights. IRISH careen ESTARLISII3I-ENT.
~.i.Speclal Dlpateii to the l'lttbbilrgli Gazette.; • After Some debate between Messrs. LoNnoN, March 20.—Rvening.—In the
M Aameur nes March. /867. Saulsbury,, and Sumner, the Judiciary House of Commons to-day Air. Gladstone
is . skis -ATE. •
_, •-•- Committee was, on•rnotion Sof the latter in- announced that on Monday he would offer
, - PARDONS IN PrtirssogrxretA. " Sty - lICIed to inquire Into the authenticity of ' a motion that the - House yo intol it
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offered a resolution request- the petitions. j
' tee on the state of the Irish Church e.stals-
Ing the,Auditor General to obtain an accn- mrsEDMUNDS Moved to take up•the lishnient, and said when it was agreeable
rate list of all
,per Sons convicted in the bill regulating the presentat f bills to
the President and .return of - theeame. - to the House and Alinistry lie anted to
s uarter Sessions and Oyer and Terminer
press the consideration of the question.
Courts of , Philadelphia, and committed to IMPRACTIXENT Rene.
• Mr. DRAKE desired to have a new rule , QUESTION OP A LLEI;IA.NCE.
prison, whose terms have been commuted,- .
in the . matter of impeachment taken up In the course of the evening Win. E '
' •or who hate been pardoned out by- Judge--4, and disposed of before l ieu
L i inext, He Forester, member for Bradfo d ill del i to
and report the same to the Senate, suggest- read it, as follows : ' , When the Senate is the state
of the law in e rd r t'o l til l
ing any remedy ill his judgment sufficient sitting upon the trial of' an impeachment glance of. British subjeertsg,saying thrSinual:.
to insure' the administration of justiCe. , the presiding ofileer shell be addressed as ter especially thin attention in the
riier e . s t i r it t i N ent, h s i nl i l all selyr...t sutbmitteciSby bearing it hild upon the relations of this
.hir, LO'NHIs believed there was some- A
thing, moristrOusly wrong insthose COurts. be addressed l i % T . i- te e rin l a n to t ther trirfibiliirneals'bsciluallli frio ll i t i l e r3 h; th l e vi t t i h me now . r i iP ni e te ib d r S a t r 3 r t i e s s :in H a? .!
After seine ' debate the resolution was be addressed to it este the Senate." -at a
.derinito right H g ..
, g. e explained
rotswitscx ces surn sfsTERIAL. • showed that at
.the present time two
`• • HOUSE OF REPRESENTSTIN'ES„
millions of the Queen's subjects were liv - -
s Mr. FES.SENDEN introduced a bill to
lag in the United. States as American cid
• • allow drawback on articles used in the con
- Mr. ESPY, of CraWford, erecting -a new struction of vessels. Laid on the table. zens, in praetiatil violation of these lansi.
It i wlts the difference 'whir - Si rose - between
, , County out of partslof Crawford, Venango - rensoisAii EXPLANATIONS -
.- 1 ' d 'Warren, to be milled Petzsdeum, being Mr. ,CHANDLER made. a personal es..- ' rigiritsa•nol a'rYo'lphTnie e tg el en t s in wlifr e ec l • rd us t e ° d the:
lthesame bill now pendiugin the Senate. phmation in regard to an error he had war of 1812, and now the diffell'on a ce which'
- • Mr, ETON, of Cam breaslncorporating oeen led into, by the Senator from Maine still existed was counted on by the Fenians
the Johnstown and Some-I : Set : Railroad Corn- the other • day, • dining the d.-hate of a 118111;01y again to embroil tiw two nations
preposition to allow drawback used in ship and thus further their treasonable demignis.
3-. ' building. He had supposed frorn theirurged Great Britsin .ro lini ti n
intass PASSED FINALLY; marks ship yards were as deserted as the cl•iiin of life 111.1Cgi:Mt%O . ill the n eas i e . ° of -Ile.eiui
Providing for the Inspection of Gas„.cen- streets of t-\ h. He then read statistics grants to foreign countries, and advised the
• ' ained to Philadelphia - .- • • pport of his assertion, that during the apointment rof a mixed conunission to set
i * Inoorporating!the Peeple's Passenger Rail- L a Jilt tl i v i? ?il•nrse there
di1:11 been; more ships th i s the tillt?Stioll forever. ' •
uring .. any two rears Sir Robert Cllierfollowed with a speech
may: of Pittsburgh. ' previons._ - ' * in support of Theh views of Mr. Forester.
For the -erection of a bridge over the Mr. DRAKE then offered his rub' as giv- Lord Stanley addressed the House, and
en above. •' . - . .- - •" 7 / i ... speaking of the snincitiles npon whielis the
Ohio front Temperanceville at Saw 'Mill
Several objections at ere made on the - lays were founded, admitted the dognet of
Run to Allegheny City—amended by Mr. several
sides tind4t went over. ur all
Wati 110 W 01 kqOlete ill..
e ns ( i t
SfILLR, of Allegiieny, by providing that , Mr. HOWARD, - fiviiii the Committee on formed the House that the Goveleinienehati
it shsil be built under the supervision of a pacific Railroadsintroducetta bill to re
' already MI& advances fora settlement of
late the piin g of records of railroad compan- the question at isisuesincl,deelared they overe
:oonontittee of pilots appointed b) 1I -the, - Pitts- `late
willing to meet ' the GOvernment of the
` ‘ brgh Coal Exchange. Mr. HENDERSON'S bill vist.s Liken up, United States half trap. There were many
Supplement for Pittsburgh and Terkier- authorizing the Peace Comndssioners to difficulties in the war- of adillStlllellt but
s lances-111e Railrdad," obliging said - company conclude a - treaty with the Navajo Indians he Was happy to say they were not reeard
r their re- , ed ,as
,ins . gerable,. , :He, stated that the
*tor Obtainstbes oo nsentlQC the Pittsburgh auct -
s-asalP.Pr"riati-n.g.; ""13°..!491/tHi- for
.1 Foreign G surd
*tn . d B irmi nghain Railway ComParly `to _ After a long debate the bilLssissed' with- withsltir. SeOn the subject, and tien
me its trucks. saut amendment.
_,.. _ , S eluded bY expiessieg Ida approval of the
Both Houses adjourned till Monday. The Senatewent into Exeentive -Session i_proposition of the member from'; IlisidfOrd,
and soon adjourned. s: - ~ - ..., ....., • i Air. Forester, for a mixed, commission.
CORRECTION—Mr. Herr, last night, re-
Sir Ilaudell Palmer hoped the expatriat
;skirted from the TudiCiary (General) Com
irousE 'OE REPRESENTATWES. ed stilSects of (..;reat Britain would not be
znittee, with negative recommendation a - • J. 3I PEACHILENT osiissis suffered to make war cm their parent conn
;petition for the irnpeachitient of one Budd, Mr. BOI s TWELL, from the Inipeaeh- ry., .._ „: 41, .
II Justice of the 'Peace in Mereer• counts-, neat mang ss ,S s i s d i, - f 11\ •
. , repo te ri owing r es
i Air7RAlcaxts:r, ireTrillemiufLrosnEirivAriceEntrose,
• whith was wrongly read from the desk as elution:
scaffedlitterition te the Trans-Atkultie mail
She Senate irimeachnient resolutions. and so :Resolved, That on the daywhen the Son- service, and moved tile adopt Hon of the fol
-seats.. - ate shall sit for the trial of the President on lowing resolution: ,
, s - • -s-----sis--- '. - the articles of- impeachment - exhibited by That I in. the -opinion of the House the
... • BRIEF.. TEtEGRA.M.S. the House of Representatives, the House in resent, system_ of pmtracts,. in_ which, a
Committee of thc Whole' trill attend with , 'CEA priceis Stipillatedfor the'carrying of
• ' --•It is offici a l lyannounced . thatwo r k will !the
e Managers at the bar of' the Senate at the
.4, l o b i e l Sleatt mails; is . sc roMt: . gust the Pa.r
hournained for the commencement of the
ssesrvilede,dtsir d e rotl h i et e , etlectiveness of the
2. be -commenced irnnoediately on. the new Proceedings,
a of.whicli should
line of railroad bet Ween Indianapolis and •-31 r. WOOD asked whether the resolution he open to alf steamship lines. •
. - i - sTerre Haute, and also that the new road be was to be understood as reading that - the : Mr. Baxter. 'said, ip support of his resolu
ss tween Terrcellaintstuld•St.ilsbuis,SViii Van- House shall remain in the Senate Chantber tion, that the Cunard Steamship Criminals
.; - della, Illinois, will be pushed forward rap- during the trial. received subsidies to the amortnt of inli-
S Idly. ~ This svill give. two through routes Mr. BOUTWELL said he did not under- lifins of pounds, mirile other companies,
from. Indianapolis tO.St.sLcnisrl. ! I stand that there ss - as any- cornpulsion; ex- which were as eithSent, received nothing.
—Captain :dattern, of the British ship ' cept what rested on_each member by his He admitted the mail service wast well Per
own sense of •propriety. - j formed by the_ (Simard- linc s but, thouglit it
. -"Thomas with both mates and one seaman,
Mr. 'WOOD -There wills be no session sof I, had been done at too much soSt.' - • ~..•
are indicted at Boston for the murder of as the House during the trial. - ' - : Mr.
te r- 1
Secretary of the Treas.
i • ...sailor by brutal treatment-Sin a voyage from ' The SPEAKEIt-There will not ber under itry, promised the experiment of even corn
.._ Liverpool. "The Brh lqinister has been the resolution, whilothtstrial is pendi ng , petition would be tried, and hoped the
sippealed to to answer whether the ease ss.Mr. JENCKS suggested an .atpendment *old Withdraw -his motion until ths
comes within theStdrisdietion of Aiassachu- I to ili e ' reSolutionSproisiding that on" days 'of trial. Tuo motion was withdrawn.
, - , trial the House will meet at eleven, s° issto , ..t_sloSTlcrun or rrixasosis f•
--McAdam, a convict recently pardoned I have the morning hour. I . .
_. j Conn March 20.—The lury in the ease of
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. hich r. ‘ Mr.-BO UTWELlsdeclinedstcr -accept-the Captain' .Afaekaysbraiiiiit ', in a v.crdiet of
is• . nut of the Tennessee State prison, to•ti
s,„ =he had been sentenced bysthePirenit Court i am endment.' SlSi s s'" s• •••,- ~-. ssf s t , ,,,ici , guilty of' treitson. Sentenee deferred.
The restAntion was agreed to. '" •
-of Franklin county for 'ape on his mother- 1
in-law, ia raising a. ..eompany, of negro -Mr. WASHBURNE,simithe'Committee
. to thot
scomity, hiving.: been tom- : on Naval Affairs, reported a bill to equalize
. • surissioned Captain by the State authorities. i bounties, : of -. soldiers, sailors and ma
prines. Ordered topic printed, and: recom
• .. The Governor of st. Thomas (West In- •
1 S - dies) requested the Porto: Rican authori- „ lite: DCASlSl Rl , Viniaddiiried. , , a hfikaddi
,s, ties to send cattle and provisions to relieve ticrind tri th 6 act' land:4 to" of the
the diStress of time inhaitants. A thousand Construction. of • railroads and telegraph
l 'indisiduals were preparing to_ emigsate to lines from Lake Superior to Puget Somnd
_Porte Rico, - •' • ' " "by Northern ronteS? Referred , th'ille Corn
•: ' - --John Devlin, convicted at New York, of i mittee on Prielfic'Railroad. . • -
SS, efraudhig the governifient 'of riearly one 1 . Mr. IirIISON, Otlowasintroduced a bill
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on dollars, in whipky' ; 0•4; •sentetieed to pmyideil remedy for loss or . destruction
sti to five dtindied dollars file and two 1 ofjudginent,reixtrdieor decrees 'appertain-
Sing to iiroetoedings in ,the stridted• States
••') ; 4ln P ri s senin eat,'" •: • -. .e. - : • - Ref d• to age Jdl ill C
y —The Itotta&Oftini Ailssacti6iets LegiSta- • !? I s irc• . ',. e , rre -• .e.t!,t . rY 011 1-
!1 .4-tire passed fl'hilrabolishing the State Con- . Tr:irons° resumed the considerationo
s:sitabulary, °Ver. the, Governors. Veto, by_ a-I the' siindie 'civil ' % ninronriathni ' bill si - hich
„,vote of one hundred and fifty-two to "sixty- • Passed,, • - ' • . , '•- - -.
three The Senate willtius . , tain sA th.s yeto. 4 ' '''" hs
„§,eri-ste:bill r ' Oetingl ;. he entry of a
—Dixon, the negro whe Cut .R gite,'s head credit 0f53;686.te the - titteurit , of : 'Maior A.
~' off. witiiii rarer. lad' fail:Whili fin'isas talk- L. Brewer, latesirmy.paymastnr, who lost
ing to her, is nos, on trial at Baltithorce and his life by the ex - ploki,on pi s s steamer on the
.1 : will be consider' ,of murder. The girl's Mississippi river was `passed. ”-,.,-.'
mine was Mary Waiters, colored. Thg. House :jei i nti resoiritions. to reguldte
~ ..' -•--The Johnson Officeholders in Baltimore tho tarliffor freight arid paieisingers on the '
Union and . , Centrals Pacific it
are in a peek cif trouble. If the President their_branohcs, constituting the Secretary
r • .L 5 convicted, theY e xPeet to be instantly cif War; Seeretaryoflnt tor, and Attorney
" - turned out, and a Metal' be
in "Dens as Aso iss a ird °l itr e s:7o r In s missies: t er m ' C o
aryland may be looked for at - Once. ' . establish annuall tr - Of_trelg lot andfas
: ---The Adams Express Company has de- sengerson those roadsnet eot&Qtrig double
d a five •per cent. cash- dividend for the average rates on roads between the
r . new stocfrom-current 'earnings. T he .. „it stootio and Mississippi river; labrth °flit.
Merchants' and United States Companies " Louis, was taken up, - - " •
will soon follow the example. - • • • Mr. WASHISURNE, of Wis., spoke in
—The Albany and Bastin' Railroad CoM Liver .of this' As:solution, complaining that
the resources Of the government were di
party has purefireted three hundred them
verted to purelyloeal enterprises; that goy
osand dollars worth or real estate, lying on
erntilent bonds had been made a second in
-1 . .their road, in Boston, for ,the purpose of'
stead of-a first . lien On the road' - that_the
improving the same : ' . " •
s_ • passage of the bill of 1864' was protured by
, —Judge E. Starnsra distinguisned jurist •
an expenditure of half a_ ion in Wash- -
~ and formerly Judge of • the Supreme Court in ton by the'Vide President' of road,
• t -of Georgia, was killede t - Augustit; ester- and of the immense - rates•chn gr ed for pas. ,
they the accntal discharge of a gun , Hangers and freight by the Union P cifie
._ in handspf his son, , roau. a
— TnesdaY night tv store at Colliersville. MOS PRlCE'obtained the' floor to reply,
Venn:, was entered'by three inen, who tied i but yielded to, a motionsto adjourn, - , '
, ;.and gagged the clerk and then robbed the Mr. WOOD offe an nnieridmont
, - .safe and store of money and goods .to" the bill relative st the rigcor naturalized
amount of 81,000. :,, ;,... ,• -, ., ;. !
..... citizens abroad. Referred.
¶llw bill reported by Mr- Waslobatnei
1;.• —Returns of tho.d eetiotoln•irkalisas are
Inciana, An , relation they boupties, provides'
- .yet very meagre. Opponents ,of the Con
:, sirtitution•chtim it will be defeated by 15,000 , 3 bedb.tY of eight' &Idlers and .thirty
. iii . . 0n
..n three cents por month for Actual service. for
named SuldiYa J U ' . : -ife.6;inr," dseductie-24falirPat"ulgets, ir- elved'r":ll'4lY
mid Duffey-;•,,uore kiliedatMeg Oaat?1,1t)11, bear/al: 7l x PO oen!'lletßefilitlr tirrehliiirgrtst'
falling of: ieskirdstt Ihe receivable only in parile i ol os Rash ) l an d s
AssuaiS a huge rock . '•:' ' . and not to be transferable. '' `
The Methodist Canton - nice: at X!.bnlidel- The House, with the , underatandfnig "that
Jidda wil l adjourn - _ to-day ' after a session of to-morrow, be( ,devoted,,to, general debate,.
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THE-BRITIMIL EXPEDITION7o• •
TA)NIioN; :Afitrelt disrkatch from
Abyssinia, dated 31arch, savS , General
Napier ha d•gene.hi •ittbrani.e.of the' expedi
tion 'With a reconnoitering party, intending
to reach Lake Ashangee in the Tigre
country., Kassai, Prince of Tigre, had /vit.
gaged to furnhilt supplies for the British
troops ,vithild pitsgitig.througlf , hi* territory
on the march to Magdelo.
TUE VIVILWAII-•- T YC
Tho- OO.N-ANFEATE D.
tolchttc. 20: latest adves
from Shan ghee state that'the civil war ic In
Japan resulted, in the defeat of, the
who, after a dbutstious - hattlb with the cent
blnediforces of the Daudos, fled to Jedtlo..
a note too - the the Slit : aster 'in Japan,' in
which tit pledges itself-bin, faithful observ
ance of treaties. • r' • fi
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COMPLAINTS AGAINST RUSSIA.
A dispatch from —Conahintinolile..-iepOrts
the Grand Vi sier , coraßldns.,otaid indireet
ly furnislied bk Rits.slair tranKports to small
bands of Cretan, insurgents:ln the-,moun.
tains ond declares this alone prevents i
restoration of complete tranquility. hi Can
nts, tiroW2o.--fitte Fron6h troops in
Rome have...lven reduced, to n single brig=
ado. • • -
tINANCIAL. ANi) COMMERCIAL.
- lioxixm, Mareh 20. —Evening. —Consols
closed at 93x0312' • Pive-Tirenties; , 721-s.'
Illinois Centrali' , Bo:34..' Erik 0.14: 1;
Fup:Avour, March= —Evening. —Roncis
closed strong at '75 8.13a75 0:8. • ' A . '.-- ^ '
LIVERROOL, Alarch 20..-Evening. -Cotton
closedquiet and easier; 'Middling 'Uplands
ut 10 1-ffo: Orleans :at :194.43f. Kilos .Of 10,000
bales. Manehester market dull. Bitad
)strilif-'•-•Wkiest; 145..f0r No. 2•114. *.inter:klGs
101, fee white California.' T.kiiii;:- 40i. r 7 i 9d.
.Provisiorm-.Lard, 00a. , Pork,- 7lki. ' , Cheese,
,ay. 1 8ee4.1205. Italsiom, , C. d. for ,eom;•
Mori; ' l 2kr., ' fur ')lnidiu m . entinb; t 34 8:.
• Petro,lelnu-,reflrted Anil tit 18.. .. f !,z • , S ajta ,
16. 2(1.- Suim ..15e - Psi, for,lic6, -,tz; tell .)
Tu t ei
standard."' 'ralloW,'l4it - 3d 4 • - r,iesbeA es,
10 pendiA44l qt.; 4 !.., ,
P NA tehN 2o . ll PUroieurn closed
steadY ,a4 white. a„ 44 l llicit 74 Outlines t9r , standard
..")'#•:i' , ' 1.:/ri I:4:4 il':',/,:ls I. '!
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THE OAP . ITAL.- .
Sensational - Reports In Texas.
--"---' .-. 1 ' . • . Pittsburat Afine; "--"-- 1 . Conference eithe r 31. Fa
General - - T" .
. ~ , _ ..._
ing-State --iu miter-lifalleckf• to t . pecialCurrenpontli;n ee of' the Pitt SL) IA rgh Gazetie,:j
announced the latest telearaphie news from
Washington -to its readers, in ..the fallen - lag
Succeed - Hancock ..at New th• - .. ~ GkEitisarno, March 20, 18613..
leans.7--Artital of RanCoCk.-:- ‘'special dispatehesavith a score or .so Of
,'••: ilium DPI PROCEEDINGS. headins in the . most. imposing . job -office
letter yesterday I had not time•te' Viol.
Georgia Case in Supreme Court ,In my
-Nominations--GreenbaCks in ' .,
call a ttention to the Temperance sernion - 0 0 ---- '• . -•'''''• 1
Its readers were evidently hunger
, • - . - ins. for strone•Meat_ -.-.
preached on Monday evening lw ReV. J. S. • H°l-71.°1%. TEL•g94I-4151-.-7PNTRA-N,
the Treasury. -• • , • -
.emnain. Ie NIES appointed at the session
14, TuETAT 31071.7_, rkTelepeibbr.e;s.d.,47l6,B4l•
rac war. war- (Bs Telegraph to the Pit teibtirgh GaZe tte.) .
WASHINGTON, March 0 0 1869. of the Conference held last atar, and though
heel! the first rfitn fi'red!--Three zeomew
"An TX4rnnim".A.i. cannasir aiksartNo. his intimate friends expected a rich treat, Pmurderedll7-Thirteen killed!--127' nircii..
a Cabinet meeting to-day: • • '
Adjutant General Thomas was', present at yet_ their anticipations were .more than' re
thud. He reached a sermon full of hien- seven wonnded/-.Andrew Johnson" a pris
oner!--General Thomas killed!-Stantott's.
t : .
,nsele, a unding in passages of gen
mil!. - - '
al m ' preached
leg Lt Di Department burpedl7-
ANOT J I EE.CONSITATIGN: . nine ;eloquence.- It WES a sermon• of great
Sherman with. the Pres.ifient!-Grant de
'lle President's Counsel had another EOll- poWer, and in the estimationof goodjudges -
siltation with hint to din.' . . trl p t n ll i e m cl ie t s h t e d • n e ys tro . rts ,. of John B.' Gough in dares hiniself dictatorf---Beeretary &ward
-General • war ineritable!-etc.,
STATE rim:amt. Last night the prilpit'of the Presbyterian etc., etc.
The Seventh State dinner was given this Chureh wits tilled by Dr. H. Miller pastor
-. ~ • .of the Smithfield Street Cherch in' Pitts
, ,H . A1.1.1-:tH TC, SyCCEEp HAN , cOCE. . 1 bur h, and that of the Methodist Chercli
hy ' the . Venerable S. M. Ilaulson. Both
• General Grant, by order of the President;', were honored with large audiences, as both
has detailed General Halleek ta succeed.; are men of ability, highly °steel - tied by their
General Hancock at New Orleans.. • - Conference and by thou
._ „... ARRIVAL OF HA:Nem-it. • : muls in and out of the Church. ,
Major Geneyal Hancock arrived this after- This morning, the Conference was opened
I , Withreligions services conducted by 'Charles
noon.iceompanied by Colonel Mitchell 'of
his staff. Durlag 4 lie evening inany friends ,
called on him.
. • SEPIIENE COUET--CiEORGIA LA,151•2. •
i the Conference, and the lavmen as well in
the election of delegates to the ensuing lig den-
In the Supreme Court, in case. No. 11, eral Conference to be held in May,. in the
original, State oftleorgia vs. General Grant,. city of Chicago The question of LaY
that Secretary of War, and . others, en !no- - resentation has ' been more or less discessed
thin of Mr. Ilbek, proceSs ordered to issue lbr years past, and will come before that
in this cause. 'n_atiotion for wpreliniinary body as one of its most important questions.
injunction is held under advisement. The vote of yesterday, fixing Monday. morn
' (.1 1 El:snacks vs . TILE Ins:Asti - tr. ing, at ten o'clock, as the tithe for the elec
tion; was reconsidered this morning, and the.
The amount of greenback currency 310 W LllllO changed to Stiturday, at 9 o'elock, A. 31,
in the . Treaattry is lesS than at any tune I will keep your readers advised of the re
'shut 'the war. There • art; t 1 1.:4,000,000 of ,
greenbacks intarculation, and 83 , 3,900,000 of I. 'Hie e.x:inthuttion of cite Elders, was
fractimuil curreney. The whole 'paper eir-
resuniacloind the ministers of the Barnes.
eulation amonida to $ 70 0,000,009.. . ,:. -- 1
Ville, McConnellsville Cambridat Steu- '
...,,,,.-2--: berwille, and Alleghen3- distrietaaxxiimined
Major Burhside, of Illinois, has been-a and pastaad. - ' - • I
nominated to the Senate as See/Ind.:auditor 1' J. L. - Decus, J. J. Moffit,'S. F. Minor, Dr:
of the Trettatiry vice E. B e -French; also t.D. 1.. -- Derimsey, and Dr. J: L. Williams, the
la"'alter E. Carlin, Assessor of Internal Re- aPresidingElders; reporied a year -of great ,
venue, Tenth District, Illinois; John G. ' peace Mal _prosperity_ in their respective f
Watts, Chief Justice of New 31exiem
Se- : di
W strict's. - . 2 . • •
It. Drobell, Assessor Internal Rev oh
enue, Se- ' ' e may add at - this point that not only is
cOnd Distriut of _Western Virginia; Captain ; the Conference one of the largest in the de- 1
Augustus B. Case to be Commodore; Con:- i nomination, but one of the most effective.
minders 11. B. Caldwell and Henry K. Da, : The esprit alit corps of the body is of a high
venport to be CaPtains, and Lieut. Coro- ; order.: AS a . conference they have few peers
manders Stanton and B. B.' • Taylor' to be lin thiS•connection. • • 1
. - i 1-1/..v. .1: l'l'. Miller, of Ohio, lev. J. K.
Plitt,- piator of the Evangelical Lutheran '
Church, and Rev. F. S. Dc HMS, pastor of
••• , , .
..._ _ ~. ' the Metropolitan. Chureln, in .)Naimilington ,
, ---..7.---- . a ay. Were introduced to tile COnferenCe. .
-At Helena, Arkansas,. on Thurstuty Bart Tremer,'Shoriff, attempted to arrest ,i .
I t eC onllinowit
in tee r o e n
r a t y : .
- ega - tio .
n presen-negro who lied killed three negroes remelt Tl h Committee ono l.'
Ins- Delegation otter I
he followin. as their report:
iYintitijoeent•hennties. '• The netryti drew a: t - - 0 " • - ,;:, I -at is s'ited that viten the - Germ ' a - 11,Min.."
We believe that the question of Lay aa.,l- I
. q er.. Silillt.i.:(l the:expatriation treaty, lie put
revarver and shot the Sheriff . through the '
eg,ation in the Methodist E pi-Scopal'Clitirch I ',.,..!
body, knoekin„„ 4, him off a mule. The ne- '
: slioubl, aa soon tLS possible be settled by ,
~ ; : _/.1:1 nis pen and Said to Mr, Baneroßl
gm then mounted Trenier'S mule and fied
to the hills. The negroes around the eleta defitute legislation, and, under the guid- ! Vs' ell YOH-letvelfeaten •itsa",,--"Oirl.tio,":
; once of tli . e sanctified. wisdom of' 'preaehers !. laughinglyartailietillte-minister,..4you have
tion polls, getting up .a disturbance on the
plea that a,- noaTo hod been she., ; anti peoplei: we. think ,rsatisfactory results cinly recognized . the rights
enabled - haleszavils.easaa..-..,,ta m5 ., iglu,. ma 1w -t t eeb e d l._,.„ ... .._ . '
...- i:,.,____,.: , .._ .
.._.. • ' any rate', l •centinued the Prussian Coinictia
where he Was fotifids*--bvl--a , p osse: Arho i :7111/° Inal4M i'''""at°/'''''''''llarb4:4ll' l'63l•l6,7'lltrittlr'-'-'"t “Wliat.)ll9*-P41664•314..-
. 1 nijniatry ad lady, . and. In the disp . osit ion
Antigone in pursulr o • in, tfteir 'attempting
4,ors haye rl aliTaf,,ts. limier trying' to e- get, but
!.. w atct!:to t° be mad, fit W e , ree °B lll7 : o the - 11, We:111i-fed ta attain:" :• • - -. a •• • ' -
to arrest Wm he again fired; wounding 'lir. < propriety , of the particifiation of the laity; _...'. ' ; ' '. •
Sehnstink, - The - posse field hill at < bav un- -
- fit - v(1
;, therefore, .
nil a squad of &alders - arrived, wife
`t ? iii 111arket. -
, Raao/red, That it is the . sense of this -Con-
, I , : „,. ~ , ..., • ~.,., . ~ .• .., . . • .--;
upon itn, ',wounding him severely. 'ln
fereriee that Lita Delegation should be. in. .‘; .t e:tgrapn .9the I.ttshurgh 9azette.l ,
this cendition he was fl . ried back io'llele. •
tftaineed into the Church whenever ate mfr. ' ST. .1.0171:5; March 2 0 .- , --Tebtieco deuce and
na. None of the wounded were dead at ''
_ of the l aity shall Maw that they desire it, and unchanged. 'sCotton very quiet andlzardly
last accounts.. ' - 1 •
loun steady and low grades 'scarce-and
! that our Delegates be and are licre;,,,- iii,. i4lnythi ng doing; middling quoted ;it 23e.
-Isaa c M. Ruth, who shot and severely I strut: to.use theirinfinencewith the ilea::
wounded Seymour yaultairep some' time IGeneral Conference tciprovide for tit'? infra- Panted; stiperfirie 87,75%1,62, extra -89110,73. •
Wheat..in betteia.deinand, at 82,641:x2,70 for
ago; at St.' Lolls, as.' the latter' on ; duction of. Lay Delegation into the f,':;.:, - :.•11
Fourth-street; in that city, haat night, With 1 ufianthis oxindition. a' . . . rod alai Whitt! winter, 82,10a2,20:for.spring,
a.cowhide mai, was .slint'hy. Vailltaire,: the ' ''.• A.:Swanon•P. lq: 'iteGOwall, F. l ap . t., Ile tact
very ehoice. Corn heavy; but
Wall taking '
effect In' Ruth's left breast 'st son- J.ID.' Fall s J.' .T.' • Joinis, W. A'. Stewart, !•unchans. ats7atitle. o;its better at 71a756.
below the thouldera Vaultaire received.t- A. L. Petty, W. B. - Watkins, W. Lynch, I -Rarley in
. good, demand at yesterday's. ad
several tuts on the face and hands, Committee, • - ',., a I ..vatiec; choice : spring sold at 82,85. Rye'
but wasa not c,fikrio-tislya:. injured. The I ' A /notion was made to amend by striklng ' firm at .81,70 ' for prithe. Pork. advanced
out all in itahes. , This ; WW.a. I, Eli 011 OW ' - AilLil tn:shier:llde. inquiry; sales at 824,50.
affair grew out of a letter recently •
pljblialied by Yaultaire, addressed to the • 'bable 'by a vote of 121. t 039. . The roper:, Ifaeon very strong. and
Grand ',Tti - ry, - declining to' 'prosecute .Math after some earnest diaenasion, Was adupti,: a ; :.latl.;(•, clear rib sides .13 4 4;(a clear sides
:ass,asaasiag.,..hinliass„ W a iter.
. „,„1 i s a i ka, -, ty ts•vote of i 55 to,, ~ . , •. -
.T . 1.4!-cataXe. but held- tet . lse afthe Close, sugar
The report of the,Cernmittee on the statt
. , .ettrial hams at 17e.... Bulk Meata--saalt'oloorso
contained nome retlectiana.on Ruth and his •
wife, who - wits' fornierly .31rs. Vaultaire.
aVaultaire wna placqd . nntler. bonds to an- -
, - 14 Wer . a.ellarge of assault witli intent to kill.
! of alie 'Church was presented; read, am;
..Mans to arrive -ail Da, and loose clear sides
adopted. It eonderfina among other things, L itt Quima- at 1:3(_... Lard higher, at 1 5.a.133•(,
church fhirS and festivals,- and 'overkill). rib/. tieW kettle2.l. "Receipts•••-..flonr, gatibtebbls;
'lotteries are connected. ' t ; wheat •7 591.1, cdrn • 0 bus • •
where . .. . . , with horn. ,
~ ~.. , ... bush, . , 28,00 ;•.11, oata,
John `j.' Edwaisl4) who , :wai.liecently *
• The third question, viz: Who are ad- . .-,oo9.otish; bariev, 1400 bush. .
tried and acquitted of the charge of em- milled in full. connection'? was taken : u • • -- " !---7 ' - " c " ----. ' ----. ' ''•
''': ' -
bezzling funds frinit the - rnin`Savirrs lff. and Joseph N. 'Pershing, ,james . Stephen:a l'i gireiltUllt 11. Market.. •, , .•_,...
stitution of St. Louls, has brought snit George Orlin, Thomas Patterson, William 'PT Te/F+tt.ro?l to the rittzburgli Gazette.) ~ . .
against Win. Rutherford., President of that F. Smith, J. W. Hamilton, JameS E. Star- .. t.INNAn,MareII2O.---Flour and Wheat
bank,Tor false imprisonment; , also ailin g - key, and l e. W. Scott; having Answered sat. C lrnchanged Corn firm at Biffor. eaa, Rye
ing, him with falsely swearing • before the
,isfactorily;the'usual disciplinary questions -i Barley .searce; Primo _
Grand Jury.. Edwards claims twenty thou-. were ' affectionately addressed by `'' the
.14182,7.45. -Cqtton dull; middling
dollars dmages. ,•a . .. ,p, after Which' they were - examined, 1y23.. ProvisionS firmeri• Mess s 2 :l - ..
...a.A ecifiVetith a tr Of:WeNrefirliithilitlitlnt.- i and 'admitted into 'full connection. ,50, 4 1.11fik Meats 10 a12..•Baeon in demand at
'0 Class is conapbsed: of young men who alt!'- 4 / ter S h oulders, . 131 for ' 14a'
Ms of Wrapiiine - vriport-)not at Chicago have given proof of ;:theitscalbto :the ;work - 14,4 for -elear - ribs a (I. gilt:. aid Bl eti des, ci 1
:Thurday. 141mraat rip go
of - ,tininey, of the. Christian - ministry,. and ,give pram. , sobi atill - sq noW held tit •- 16 e.• , Billie; S . ear --
I Tilinnis, Presided, and John C. Skinnee,i of .ise of good Service telhe Church. . ~ -atittilintrat :Iktsit- ' EggS'' , l: l' Gr ' rles Indt
Hamilton, „Ohio, acted tuaSeeretary..alt was , Rey,F. S. Do Hass,,formerly a member -changiutand,steadv., •• Mold'l3S. -
, . -
, Unanimously agreed to add ono - cent per Of the Conference, and.now Pastor of the'-------"--"e•-•:-
, pound to the price of wrapping paper,to take Metropolitan Church, InWashington 'CRY
effect at .once. The ' . convention adjourned inprocess of erection by T thik:Methodlids;
to meet 'again April 22. • : • 1, .ffeliVered a brief addre.is inhehalf l e the in.
-A largo Republican meeting at Ifartibrcl; i i.orest he represnt:4:T Nenrly•every leading
' Conn., On Thitr,s. Ay, was aiidreised by Sen• 'l°"°"ttnation ill the tinltedstates,iserect.
lien representative °him% edifice•-iarthe
ators Harlanrof•lawa, and Thayer;: of No.
, . ~ , ,
_• - ,' :rational Capital. Amos - Kendall ve
. t 100,000.. -towards the ereetiou-ef 'a Ba pt ist
• • _John Ward - alias. Jerome Lavigne was-• hh C lob Cid ''V
executed yestordny tit ' WindSor, Vermont ; - 1 th? erection of an Epitampal:phureli. :Other
for the ` Murder of Mrs; OrLswold, at '` Willis- , , princely
.benefactions have been made. Dr.
tau:» ils.oenfessect<on theacallbld. „. -...
-- Polieentail . ftri wbo.ehot Col. Lawless,. of erection by the will not only-
Surpass . any 111 . the denomination, but. 'any
at Nashville, Tennaispe, en. Thursday, was_ -
Of the same' kind•AUT Washington- eity.
discharged from custoilY •yesteriiiiY: AilINV^ .
Every third pew lifisheen Set apart for some
less was still alive with no, hopes of -tector-; particular ' State,.. a•• certain - cunount • hav
er.T4 lit; sl 7 .•:, '•' 4 0 ';',.'..!' f•'!.." -'• •-:' •r•-1',..fl •. i be • ontributed- bv•
- Vhoiiinini l dria'distitlei '' ' l'il t* ' ng' been
e • -l
-31 a tin Illit- .zon, _or I eitizens ~of . : th e ., :Stato .. on
don,.lndlana, hits been seized by Govern- the condition that the pew be reserved , for
- Mont ollichils,- for. fraudulent. returns,. its representatives when„Visitinthecity.
amounting to fifteen thousand dollars. _ The windows Are Intended 46 canurieinerate.
-At.the;elections,yesterday in Corry and the honored, names' of the denomination.
Five. hundred' dollars' secorzs
or `Titusville, Pa., the Democrats elected their- .
Mayors and a mulerity of, Councils in both ; • ;11kit ' d° W . tc? -‘g,n'T Conference or h a ve tongregation.• All the . ..windows,. have been
places: .. ,
•.. • • -,• , < . • • ~ 'spoken for. 'A rettperbi_ silvers counnunion
•-Mr-Allfrs..Johluirin Ifll,Tat SCUMS, haa up- . set, worth- ontrthou.sarid dollars,. has been
' 'Plied '..ter a divorce from her husband„Brit- • donated;. by, a lady of. New York • city. An.
Liu} 4,-.4111, one of the most prominent law. organ•worth fifteen to twenty th - onsand - dol.
yeni OT that city. ' : ' ,
_, , : ; • :i < , Jure. has Wen Ousted •.lw e jeutlenunt of
-General Leraundi, Captalu,OenTaral at Iftussachnsatta. Othetitems ght be meri
t Hone d ; hut - those are inifflefentlo biclionto
fjaviiiia;hits ord - ereff the 13ishokof Havana ; -
to sontellextent the kind of the elnirelf con-,
tO , be conveyed to portal Plea by ii I war - , ies-'',
. eMplated, and the fi narieltil • tad Of ' the'
sea. •'•••-- ~. •. • •
....< =.• .- ."`:-,- .7 -, ::. . - ' pastor. . - -.• : : --.‘ <<-...: .
~ -7•Tbere was quite A snow,storni at Phila. -• TheConforenee has this year, IE4 fornierl,y,
dolphin iint night; also nt •111ehm0nd.....Va.,• a daily vapor issued.. This called . the Con
, during. the day; . :
~ ~ , /enlace .Daily. joarna4. and -is edited 'by.'
-The - California:l Senate :rejected , the', Revs. W. H. Locke and T. iNi Boyle, old
amendmentto -. .F e der a l C onstitution on
~ ity'pos. • They get up a spicy sheet, which is .
highly prie d by the, men - diem '0
- - -
Fritlay. -- .'.. ;_::
,• . 11---.10.----..--'-_ - ___
- ,- 4'....A?: man, ' supposed to 'be one . .'.James -.< . at New Orleans.
Hughes, filed. foul
.94p9,141r,e itii.4/91phOori c 13); Tclegittillt to the Pittsburgh Guacttu'L'• .-. , •-•_•
EAM, Mareh.'2o.-Therl' ei.
Th e -The steamer thirinfin;Which sailed from . is St e a d ily_rising. ~, The ' Tffnca. sa
'NOW York, yesterday, Mc& forty-five thou.' ktest news from ' Clrarid,`L'Oree - lii:Gt it is
sand dollars iniappei e , . <,. -, .„ ' IfiComplete," that :hands .nre Scattering; and.
-- ' ' 'T'' nothing : ' definite' known ' ' -T the•bo tf - .
--All,but . three of alto xtensive glass.
~ as lb _ n nu
' WerifeJliSen tli' - .TertiOY-'fun Otit`Tot..blitlit,:and; ' tine° o the work:- Should - the lee-lbreak
l'<thestilaie running on part , tiuu4' , .;• '--- ''
, I :thirteen parishei•willihiroverliotimf
° steam ersL"AfflinTikidiV fi in ' h • - •• ''•"' - 4 ' ------110 --- 1 -,..-s, i
, - -Th
~, ann • e 9 ' tiz. , ..;.,,,!;.: .• -,..,llliver,and Wpthrci( 4 - ••T• < 'T .
'pttrillpei..arrivett- ), - irak•wsitar ". :n u ~ - this • '
..„... „ y e
- h r to tnc.l ittsburcli tte.l
1 - The 41,,..pier„, Ilibetnittaftft • 1 4 ell! •
,::',llorfir-hrzni MarLguia, • 'l'h ' 1 I -
arrlvetiiit Pertaind AktiAlfy. 4 . , --. . ~ ..- • 0-r vex' ‘ iaSi
.. , fallen one loop since but evening‘s• Weather
-7-counterfeit tithablif.the 3farine National 1 cbmtly !And wind:, very
041-1P42.9P4!9**)1-9°Ociare'llflkehntakliki ' • V *9o‘: - IT- - ''.,. i< --,; ~. -,',,," • 3:
[our special th,p-itepv4i.
WAsnmoTori, Feb. '25.--.G 1-2 A. M.-0,1
the twenty-third ballot, w = hich closed at
twenty minutes past - three orelock: this
morning, the House ..majority for impeach
ment was sixty-four.
At .13 o'clock, Geh. Grant ordered Col.
Carr, of Emory's staff, to arrest General
Thomas, which order was,immediately 'car
ried into effect.
President JoLlison at sunrise, called on
the military and citizens to assist in the re-_
capture of Gen. Thomas. - -
On the first charge General Thomas was
killed; and on the second the President was
captured. ' _
The War Department was burned to the
ground. • _
Three women --Sisters of Oharity--were
killed by the soldier:.
Thirteen persons were killed five
1 whom were inerchanO. -
Secretary Stanton's leg ivas 'broken by
I the falling of his horse in an effort to make
his escape from the city, ,
General Grant has declared himself Mili
tary dictator, and has established, his Read
quarters on Pennsylvania avenue,' 'Thd
Capitol'and all ptililic builditivinreclosed;
• All newspaper offices, . saVeAlie, Erprestr;
I have been suspended.
Sheridan calls for three 'Mildred thou Sand
I ninety day troops. He has espoused the
I cause of the President --ordering General
I Hancock to take comniand of the `depart
ment south of tile Ohio river.. and pledges
r himself tf..‘ ~ tand by the ConstitatiOn andthe
I union . --
I Secretary Seward sent in his-WsignatiOn
yesterday e 7 ening—sayg he will -.stand or
tall Iv ith the. President, and the. Constitution.
The greate.-t excitement prevails.
Genn: i l Grant has ordered the city of
Nev.- York ro be placed - under "Martianaw
• " Etaltinttire Market. • '
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh.Gazeitil
. 11Aralmortu,,Ailrgh dull,. and
unchanged, Whcat,ery dull priees
are barely ninintaindd. C'orn is less Emit;
and the , receipts are:pl 11 • larer; white is $1,1.0a
tupstly ,Ftt Ahe An
side figure., Oats is, Arm scaree'at 860.
.1 ye is dull aricflotver; 81,8801;90. Seeds are
raore,-itetive;• Prime wester"'
are firm ilulk Shoulders, rell,/-Be.
MCked' Sides 11' Mesa Pork is active
td'825,00.• • ' • •'"
'Toledo 'Market. •Iv
TOLEDO March !..)0.-.-LFltotir nruet;iwith••re--
ceipts of .583_
.:Nileat-quiett• with, re ;
ceipts of 70 0. hash; -.water Michigan 82,60;
sales No. 2 loUr - k spring fit $2,03. Corn; re
ceipts 2,880 bush and le better; sales No.
: all of 1 at sr 1 -Za92c;,for first half. .of- April, 94c for
April, 9.3 1-2 c; for all of June, 92c.
Oats, 2c better; sales No. 1 at 97c. - Itye
scarce. • l i l eedksteadyi',witli sales of•clover
at $7 4 5,5; timothy, $2,50. • , • ?r.
Louisville Market. •
[By TeLigniph to th,C Ilttsbargs umzette-1'-
Lottnozwx, - March, ,20.-4 Sales of 210
libds of tobacco at full rates, lugs $5, 1. (kkig,60,
medium. leaf f 13,00, selections' .4p4;50. Oat_
ton' 23a23 1-Be. :Four dun at $8,50 for super
fine. Wheat 4 5 0a255, • Corn ,7 8a80e, 1 for
shelled in bulk: Oats 69a70c. Mess Fork
firm at 824,50. Lard; aetiVe. at: 15 -3-8 for'
tierces. Bacon, shoulders at 11 2i
sides 14 3.-ki packed. •
, • - Philadelphia. Market.. -•-,
Citz_Tolegraph to lie Plttatpirsit GoAette.l, t
I'HILADELPISIA, BiLtrell 20.--POtrOkittrla
firmer, crude at 161-2 errefined in bond , at
-24 3-4a25e on sp . ot for all the xtkoth r ., - Vlour
very active. , W het4 4B Pl glielu9n ,iI. red ,
at 8 2 , 0 NA70.- llye adydn 3i:op; sill - es at,
bulb m ster n ,6411,7
sales of 3,900 bulb mixed at,§1,17.-
Oats Anil at 80it85c. T r zikilainns firmer. . ' "
Memphis Market.it :,..%
i. 4 Telegraph to inttOugglx FaLettc 4• ' - ' 4
Ititlstnrity Nitro_ .20 •Cotteiri 'tpircit - af t
firMer;itieeipts.l423:b ales;exPottS6sirhale m
'1;416; Sedic 6,9lobales.:"Flottraulet la%
f l / 4 496.'a Batt nuShaulties ,12 e; r: eleit, at
lAi-2c.: n litil ko h ouidersilt,4l l -Aelebi at ir dea ,
alisc:` l 'l)Ste 7ear: tin} tii 7 .l .- lemf, - Ze„- : ; . -
• ;,•,..: .:: r ..,,:; .1 , ri2t,-1-4; ' -
: , ..:A:: ~,, • . ! 7 i;: i 11 4 -::. 15