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. 3 VOINJINIE "MUM,
nrist44l:V 4 E. o , crx.locir. M.
741t i rIE F TI ColintSS•
Of sortx - efirolingt; 'eolith Caro
lina, ; Georgia ' andr bania—
The Government - Buildings at
Pitt iota irOM
cal bisabilltlea - Mails iof Eu
tope—Casent Woolly-,The Tat
maraud; Aulffli!tteiti s cs"Fir-It!ulituitict!
ircilirthe-i§idetliiy.a 'VW litierfar, - eneloa
ing.the opinion of General Sherman, as one
•-)f the Indiam flotntaiminfirs; that imme-
diatb action should be taken in the matter
of the dioux it t nd Nevada Indians. Refer
eed. , , ,
fi The bill amending the act fin carrying
• mails betWeeh 'OW tinned' States and for
t' •eign ports, which rescinds thepreparnaut
; of letter postage on newspapers ,betii
the States: anirTerritories west of IA SI
except when sent from ithe pubilcalldn
-office, was pained after some debate.
'•• •Ifr. WILSON introduced a bill-for tie
organization, governinent and"Paymen
the army, referred to tlie - Ccirn-
E nittee oriMilltary Affairs., . 9
„•• Mr. - MORRILL, of Maine; froth - the Ceti
mittee of ,Conference, on the Navy appro
tpriation bill made a report recommending
ebncuitenoe in-the prevision that civil en-
Vincent and, etorek .several
of the everal
navy yards be appointed bythe President;
• a trend with the advice , and consent pf..the
li .ftnatti,-inad that master mechanics' be--ap
;t. pointed by heads of the Navy. The Com
mittet•P commend other •• unimportant
• amendments. The report was concurred
At the exyiratioq - of the morning hour,
the speolalorifer,..thii4lll Watbmeforth
.Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Ala
bama to representation in Congress, was
- taken up. The question was on the amend
ment of Mr. SHERMAN to strike out the
additional fundamental conditions imposed
- on Georgia, of striking from her Canstitu
tjon the Rgo,ylsionEf.prev.apting the enforce
rdentArt contiriCts made priOrlo atiae,Mari,
Mr. WILLIAMS spoke in favor of the
-amendment, and Messrs. HOWARD and
CONELING followed, arguing that the
-clause of the Georgia Constitution is uncon
Mr. HOWE supported the provision, and
Mr. MORTON opposed it, and after further
discussion a vote was taken on the amend
meat, and it was rejected-8 against 34.
Mr. WILT TAMS moved to strike out the
piovia , iOn Jost unde tc d h e oeh an de v l e n n se ten b hwords 10 Tt scm
istiwtion of the fifth article of the Ccinstitu-
Lion of Georgia as suspends the collection of
debts contracted before June Ist, 1865, shall
Ibe mid as 'against - all persons - who were'
1 loyal during the lateorebelThin. and ',who
during that time supported the Union." •
After some opposition try Messrs; MOB
t "TON and CONR1;11411, the amendment as
rejected without div On.
Mr • WILLIAMS looked to amend the
third section by inserting the following.
f!and thereupon officers of each State duly
elected • and qualified under the 'Constitu
tion, shaltibe biaugursteliwithout delay,
but no person prohibited from holding
.4:Meet:Ender the'imder the United Match or
4 bY..any • State,;by section third of the pro
; 'wised- ariendmeat lo•the Constitution of
1 the United States,-known as artielerl4th,
4rhall.,•;*.xl•eemeCeligible to spy ; office ; in
,• either of said States ,• r:.; 2,. .- •-• • •-:°1
1 ....-Air— r aed•PNASsaed;otberel.•AliPOSe — d,the
latter clause of the: arnendment!on, the
'4, ground it forestalls 1 the .fourteeuth, • amend
-Iment. Congresscannot 'dictate who i shall
;; be its officers.. .4fter_ Amnsiderable debate
i 3rlr.f . Edmands asked' for . a' ‘division•of• the
1 question'onlheMneridineWita the qttes
tioxitithen on thdfiretragtpect ts4 . 3rpth
; ltlit;: • • . -• ••- r. -: ;
;-•:Tile,Pcso,ntrXo l ;,ioi'*iikiiinioix gOctifSear
ay the same vo te-26 to 15. •,•-, )k: .
M". DIi,A.K.F moved , to amend bistrik
licg out thelprOtrialmiforblading any;fhttire
abridsceinent of the • election franchise and
inserting the -Corresponding ' ro , tisions of
the. Atitaasert, ,bilL,,,,ge, pap . , 4 that a
Cdrifereneti `Co itt• ha "already
uettled n n the latter, it was des rable that
all tutiofiel Mill /161121eAtittnfiX 7111)
amendment ' , WM/agreed'"to ' , without tlivf,-
1 Irl4SCiistilikWa,itioriugiar9 k iiiiiiiiig
r lee was toexttaleptedas.amended ,and the
[ •qtesttioniteing on the bill es atnended t litr.
1 Trumbrill moved to strike out the word
.114.er_- • the detc, Mr. CONituNfifinpved
to JaddAliefallciirime tuAndithei Stit&of
Alabama shall he, admitted to represents,.
Om,- Otily , tinhu, this , fuither,ftindaritchit'al
'condition, that scction:26tU of-article lst of
the Constitution .of -mud •Stutel -etEcePtrOo
much thereof as maketr , thei navigation-kJ
pnblid highway, shall be mull andvold;and
that the General AnrentblytotOaldOtatVg
solemn act ehall declare the consent of nie
-State to the Isregoingfithidethental condi-
After filnhar.4*4micm, Mr f -Troosbnll's
motloni was rejmted- -yeas lb, nais'24.
•ZlP..ajl&lPst-=:. : -L, 1,w,-;.. , , ~
mr. w LaitAlktEi moved toad& at 'the end
of thisamendment in r , einnii. to the loan
' sruration of
'laved fro .. . . .. br d i a id a. d rue • .
widoh wan 7 . ig..
'fattt *-.l 'ivagt il garis t4 a P rege r tC.
s P ea kiltAbßisulteetpasil :Inoved;ta ad
-40titill•40100.0—• • ',Ili:10k'; ' : --' '''.'. •" ' " ''
..11tr. ATEB Abslisir. hi: iieili: tO:aght
likfeeeotadesirer fOr - que- immediate , ' vote:
Ati' endeavor- was: Mad& 'to' de/60'10"mi
Mebinhat tostekethatrobsi tinhDrirowibpt
mgorf ro snittessl4 , - ,,, - , :-,-.:,,, .. 741 , :, ~,,..,
, *F. V lOOktini itoOr shortly , be
ioo nine dock.leiacilintlintioiriuieuseribt,
ri f evlbi('of fill schi4cerk rMilltirdpiltt
eitothistit: ' '' " "' "' ' ' -.7 ' , ' A
'Mr.' , BUCK& ‘ ll/W made ' Wall; 41 0 ;ii'll
-speech against the bill. -... -' - ' ' ' "'!''' " P i !
At 1010 the Senate procneted is 71.0: 44 f i t
the bill psweo,- 3 eas 3_l_, :lays 5, viz.: .51
-1311 0 11 11104 fatimr, P . IJlWriery.;- fittOissim,
(Tenn.,) and Vickers. Mr. Saulsbury was
paired with Wi11:,:314i: Daol ,3 lthfi •Mr.
Idottoo,, audt lift. ecler
nith Mr. Van
Winkle. ' Mr. No tt was aisent from ill-
Adjoiinea: . . .
it Ft ti 4113.38
. ... _ .
. HoutametimmunarAfflivEs: .
r..- - CKVANAPPlit , grttet , b.)?:.** 110 417
mes , . ‘a--- - -
47 .114 Ittilt e " ITSTPI,4 . jig 4 )l ? i #
I s' ' '- i' . 341 At s
. 14 r j lif ii i ii/ 4 iR Ili s • '
' W S II IS4SPi t ..V k e ..( 11 " 46da .
to the - Committe l 'nf; .W.41:0*1 Means. He
also offered a resolution, calling on the
Secretary or thd fbr - Infoikdation
as.y!, the. canditiqz‘ of -the,Goyarruintnik
at Pittiburgli .ithed' for Customs
House and PostOillge n Adolited- •
Mr. PAINE, from the COmmitted on Re
cOnstructkohj rbrii*tbd. Shill relieve from
political disabilities Wm. W. Harrison and
JamesTt. BoYer' of Arkansas; the former
Justice eleet.,l4 thepSuprrne.„Court, and
the latter 'Auditor Of "State. 'Various ques
tions were pat to Mt. Paine by Messrs. Mil
-44/..tthitiens .Maynard and others, as to the
pasta -politic al-:status. of -these. men.
Paine replied that the men in question had
been implicated in the rebellion, but were
now true and loyal, and were so endorsed
by the delegation to Congress from Ar
Mr..GABFIELD'in geply,to, objections to
the bill, quoted General Scott's prediction
that when the war-was over it would be
aloqokt in3possible_to7stralu,thu.faryof the
After a pretty lively discussion the bill
was passed byurtlirathlrdsvcitel z. •
Mr. STORM asked leave to introduce a
bill to•foroatkraeacldfrtion#Stato.s out ,of
Mr. BROOKS odjected.
Mr. COBB, from the Committee on Con
ference on the bill for the relief of John M.
Palmer, -made a reportwhichwasagreedlo.
ylie Rabat Mourned linsiness., The billait
thoriaing the Postmaster General to con
tract with an American- steamship compa
ny to carry mails to Europe considered.
:/Sfv. WASHBURNEO , illinoiso moved
to amend the first - wilt:on by providing it
should tiot ;be conatitted into allowing the
Poistmaster General to retain and accumu
late mail in order to send by shiiis of this
Mr. DELANO proposed' a • proviso that
when thereceipts from sea postages, under
this act, shall exceed or equal , 5400,000 per
annum then the rights of the Coinpatiy to
receive ifilatid postages shall cease.
Mr; SHELLABARGER moved a proviso
that' the government, shall have the right
within the twenty years for which the con
tract ie to run to terminate or abandon'the
Pending the amendment, blr. CLARKE,
of Kansas, moved to table, the bill; which
was negatived. The amendment was
agreed to, and the bill passed.
The morning lion! having eipired, the
SPEAKER stated that the first business in
order was the bill reported from the Com
mittee •Fin ..Commerce, on the '27tif of
May, and postponed until to-daY, being a
bill for the protection of Amerman com
Mr. WASIIBuRNE, Illinois, froM the
Conference,Cominittee on _ : the , Naval Ap
propriationmade a rport, , which was
Mr. FARNSWORTH, 'from The `Postof
flee Committec,,Tepartel :a bill ,to provide
for the erection oftibuildlng'forPostoillte
and United States . Courts in New York.
This was ordered-t 6 be Printed and-recom
Mr. ELDRIDGE asked-Mr.-Eliot to yield
to him that he might offer a resolution in
structing the Committee of Impeachment
Managerstti exalt - tint: the witness•Woolley
immediately, so that if he answers the
question, for refusal to answer which he
was adjudged in contempt, he, may not be
longer deprived of liberty WA Citizen
Mr. BUTLER—I desire to say for the in
ft:natation of the gentlemen on the other
side, that the meeting of the Committee of
Managers is called for to-morrow morning,
at which .time Mr. Woolley shall be exam
Mr. ELDRIDGE—The conduct of the
Committee is all wrong and unjust to the
witness. They ought to oxindne 'Mil at
once; they have no right to keep him in
prison for twenty-four hours or three days
when he is ready to answer before the Com
mittee... I protest against it as an outrage
on the liberty of the citizen.
My. BUTLERwas about to reply but Mr.
Elliot declined to yield further.
Mr. ELIOT remarked there had been a
notice given-or -his intention to make a
motion in relation to the pending tax bill,
but that he did not desire to interfere with
any action of the House, and- if his' bill
could have to-morrow .the same position
that it no - viliad,:he-wadd Odd the floor.
That proposition being assented to, Mr.
SCHENCK Moved that the rules be sus
pended, and the House resolved ltielf into
Committee of the Whole on the tax bilk
Mr. BUTLER inquired whether it' was
possible fqtAbe House to dealnytth' theta
bill otherwise than by voting down the ITII)-
tion to go into Cotnautteti.
The SPEAKER replied, it ,a motion ,was
voted down a motion to postpone , the tax
bill wohld be in order. ' '
Mr. WAISIIIIIURNE; of Illinois—lf this is
tq ,be a test vote, and I understand the gen
fer a resplutioninstruatingAbe-Colu!nittee
of Waht s indettbs=-' "' '
Mr. SCHENCK, intenuptlag r .% objeatt
to any debate."•
Mr. )1 7 AEIHBEENE—The House . lapder
standitlikAttektiOn, defnatidAlie yeas and
nays. The vote was then taken and result
ed.wyesi,eighty-two, -nays, tifty-seven.
The House thereupon went into Commit
tee, and resumed the , consideration of the
tact b 111; commencing 'oh page 109, the para
graph imposing a special tax on cattle bro.
teVViTrin ritg 2 3k-" g . ll t i o ti;Fr 4 or int
was amended by . making,the tax $25 instead
ofglo Tikevitapiitihreliting td jewelers
we. 'amended by in' the
description liperson‘iybo l lturactityv
goods or wares ot gad - o r add
the paragraph relating tirkthe manufacture
_Ol4 ript 7MlPtrgelc Sok 7,The
paffgrater elatfng Warehouses was
amended to read (st i roprietor of United
Stites bonded, ,warel ottaea for storage of
articles in boh&V f
Mr. LOGAN argued against bonded
warehonses in suld i warlted. to : bay° ,tlande.
soription simply use the ' words `""United
States Custom Warehouses."
MtitgUIXENCHNiPliad that the bugbear
which Mr. Logan saw in the ,paragraph
Mr. LOGAN moved tpm
the description “UnftoWa—aw=
•AItrAICHENCIr iiiiPlainefttlitt en f all
OW 10W:4'4 1 09n ,fg,w4bOur Ire= th!e‘COlia
ry were stopped there would still be
Waded warehouses reiltilred fer titistdAis
Atiochit's i d e #ROTlVlr!in e ltril 111 0 00 0 P
Was *let r the proprl rs o al idled
war eh9SlV*44l% l . a 31, . OPAilst l o3 - ,taxed.
Whisky_liari as nnich merchini se iscloth.
1" Mr+ F&lJLDlNGrmoved.to'-amend 'the
ParegrePb relati to t dletillerciot 01l
atehttitt the that. ng eatite by neeresibt
ofnil whoehallmanufttoture.nomore than
wh ilritZVicr °4la g i ar sn ifin el
and all who manufetve-eser OWL
barrels annually shall Pair 175. )1 --
Mr. SCHOFIELD suggested that 4 t t
I lm ,_, l ialit4Wed... Ur felt
"'""tesiab - jbli Wrould
be remov ed.
e amendment was reserved. After
t r rdLeddiklbatt IfikErgesLegad o
Aid and &heaps, in favor of tbe amomd
me t offj22l.a.Mr.'Legantit was ected
to dealers In petroleum
L . ' ' th 4P I 4IFUVer
a r of an oil 11 oroper.
pill's - tibii,'"'fiftitsp4;Y:: : oiNE:::;
or operator of a productivo oil well."
Mr. . WOODWA moved.to rstrike out
the parawsph.,L,Rejelted,"":l . '
Mt: ALT TSON moved to amend'-the par
agraph by making an_ additional 'tax for
every ten thousand in excess:Of ten' thoua
and of instead of $l. The amendment
Mr. •SCIIENCK' moved "to amend the
patagraph relating to distillers ,by adding
the •fi:filotvitig ptroviser “Provided, - That
no tax shall be imposed for ; any still or
other apparatus uspd by , druggistsorchem
hits for the, recovery of alc - Ohol for phar
maceutical, chemical -or scientific pur
poses, which has been used inAhat pro-
Mr. LOGAN argued against the amend
ment as opening a door for frauds.
Mr. SCHENCK replied to the argument,
andetated that the proviso °obtained
ih the'eXisting ldtv. The imendirient `Was
Mr. SCHENCK 'proposed to amend the
paragraph by making a- speciatjax on dis
tillers $l,OOO intead of 1200, and five dol
lars instead of one dollar for every barrel
produced in excess of 200 barrel _, _so that if
the direct tax: otilwldaity should be reduced,
the special tax might be increased. Ho
proposed that .the amendment , and pate
graph be reserved until after the question'
on the.direct tax be , disposed of.
•Mr; MAYNAItb - suggested that thezfchri
preceding paragraphs relating to rectifiers,
compounders,retail liquor , dealer's and,
wholesale de alers in liquer be reserved.
The paragraphsmere reserved. -
The paragraph relating to rna'nufactu
rers of stills was amended by striking out
the words "for sale."
The paragraph relating to . malsters or
malt dealers vas struck out.
Mr. SPA IN( 'mewed to - tune - rid thdpar
agmph relating to brewers, by reducing the
tax from $lOO to 850. Rejected.
Mr. VAN AUKEN moved to make the
first sentence pf the,paragraph read: Brew
ers WhOse saleS'embunt to $lO,OOO Shall . pay
$l5; above $lO,OOO shall pay $lOO. Rejected.
A recess was here taken.
HOUSE— UT. SESSiorr.—The Tax bill
was resumed. No amendment was made
to the paragraph relating to brewers. Sev
eral verbal amendments were made to the
ph-TOutitnr, 4alers • #l3, leaf 420=
• ) • •
On motion of Mr. WASHBURNE, Mas
sachusetts, the first sentence of that para
graph was amended to read: 11 1:Peelers in
leaf sobacco;- - .wtiow annual' 'Baled do. not
exceed $l,OOO shall each pay VA and if
their annual sales exceed 84000, for every
additiodal 810,000 in excess of $lO,OOO they,
Shall pay $2. • 1.
Mr. TRIMBI 4 EiKy4mOVed to strike out
the paragraph, and argued' in its support.
Mr. SCHBNCIC fluids en. tarkument on
the other side.
The motionwai fejected;i
Mr. LOGAN moved to strike out of the
paragraph the zproVisien 'lieibilring those
who shall sell less than fi ft y
; pounds of leaf
thbaccoat any one time to make a monthly
return of_ the aggregate of such sales, and
pay a tax thereon of sixteen cents per
The paragraph relating to, dealers in to.
bacco was amended to read, "dealers in
tobacco whose annual sales do not exceed
I'l,ooo shall each pay five dollars, and if
their annual sales exceed 8000, shall pay
in addition two dollars for eabh additional
$l,OOO in asneasor #1,000."
Mr. STEWART moved istrike out of
the paragraph that part which requires
hotel keepers who sell tobacco, snuff or
cigars to pay a special tax of tobacco deal
ers. Rejected with an understanding that it
may be rerieired in the House. Several
other • ameddments ware offered and re
jected. No amendment excepting verbal
were made to the paragraph relating to
manufactures of cigars. , Several amend
ments to the paragraph relating to cigar
makers were rejected, and finally a substi
tute was agreed to,-Imposing a penalty on
the manufacturer who .employs' unregis
tered cigar maker. ,
Tlid first sentence of the last paragraph In
the section relating to manufacturers, not
otherwise changed, was amended to read:
44 Manufacturets whose annual sales don't
exceed $5,000 • shall each • pay ten
dollars, and if no specific or
stamp tax is imposed •on their pro
ducts they , Shall . pay. , In addition
two dollars for:each one. thousand dollars in
excess, - previded, no - persen shall be re
garde4 , as , a; manufacturer who simply
makes butter and cheese or either for their
own cohatimptiOn or far 'market. •
Mr. FERRYlfloyed Acv erupt 'lumber
and 'breitdituffs. , X. - debate ensued and
without disposing-of the question. -
The Committee thenlose aYldlife 5 Reuse
adjourned,_, ' • .
Loutzyplo pck,rd, of , TrOp,
(By Telegraph to tie Pittsburgh Gazette.]
St. LonliOnkitetnibil Itu) nneinbifrii: of the
Board of Trade and citizens qt Loulayille
to-day upon the subject of opeidng'ilkytn
blanehae.: the corielusion of their ad
dines* sitidiikyv i ere attentively 8J4913014,
the following preamble and resolutions
WIKEREAS,, WO • deem it a duty, to the
commercial ,Interests : of our city and State
to secure all outlets and inlets to commerce
otitt trade, isiWolltia,ffiald , With White**
means we have to establishing facilities of
eotntnunidaticnisvith all section*, eithek to
the"- OoWin or"the Suit And Wheriac The
prcdeet,Aatiemborifiewat Mancha° with
the lower *INT has been advocated
tatifoitireanfob, , St, Lcusia,giAgiglost i t
'an bra t I , I II I A tbeieltoPmelt
tiv 4 Itc:Li:those cities, who .are-now In Our
mid* therefOre be it. ,-' :, , • , ,
' t - itivoto4 That 'the toofeville ' Boar&• of
Trade beastly, endorse alt efforts mtuie to
apen - ‘lln4Antend the 'trade of the Slouth; ,
wed to'unite the eammercialzandmaterial
interestil the West with those of the
South if, sittiougawd. ,
-Ileaolve4; That the”tiumics of thelloard
n u tAg ei Viri l itit Mr,,tetti4 r rt7:
..utid •Idiniciline Imthilri efforts lit
behalf the'.Axnttnmeel presented' In , the
feasihility: of „the, - tlopeng of Manchae
I M' ou 'l ; - t1 i ' , ' i - - -
;.".. Fi - - - -r'. -I. 0 !--- 1 , - '"“' ', ,',
....,'.. i nirlifllt r , 4 , l 4tite;lMo o ,cra* ~,- . 1
coy Fshapaph to the Plttsbotgbastette.?. • ' ,••-•
1 2 540. 0 t4 lUtIe10:-There Was a Urge
atttndriceigthe Sifte DenneratioNiven•
i/ 01 4 1. 4 ..1gfrh MO VT Ot, MIP . PPO9t.
*mitt one . ere *mown expieislig - detio.
Oen I to the Coutehibtei.ltrilliiitUltSlll4lol
- of the powers of the Federal Gaiith
to the ptai • opp aniVrou tllaltin PY
stem - ~ Int• UPI hi•l'or v iii r. :ifk
d ri!. . amigo e publioanparty
wisag.i tivia, ;tit ,1, , . Mid ethe' meet - suigtrailt
MilneelifT'asV c irrst ottr in
debtoolgote; 413 °moss. gratitude to the
ioldiers and sallo_nimplettarisPßO 1 1 0 0.41
nominees of the Nations' vonvenuon, ' k w
would fedstiunietadVbrtyvkainination of
'I" farcfr, 'at att
, 1 - a , "'t 01, Fir
.--..-vp ft , , , .
I'4" 7 , 3' 1 ::, :
Salaries of Cu- 011113
.gut, / Treasury
Secrbtaitaiip -L- HOssean
and Hancock Alabaina. '
(BgTelegrspl the Pitt Vergh Giiiette.3
strthrinoN, Junelo, 1888.
THE DEFICIENCY DILL-BADARIES OF CITE-
Thi; deficiency bill, in Which was
aided the deficiency for Custom House
officials, haVing passedboth Houses and re 7
ceived the signature of thd President, the
Treasury Department to-day mailed drafts
to the differefihCollecbars o of Customs to
satisfy their demdnif far Baia - ilea of officials
belonging tEI ttie bustairbAiniiit ' of service.
GROESBECK AND THE . TREASURY. SECRETA
., • RYSHIY.
It is understood tha the President has
written a loger toHoui W. B. Oroesbccito . of
Ohio, tendering him the office of Secretary
of the Treasury, rand thit the matter is be
ing held by. him...9ndor , advisement al
though Wig- belayed , certain Weil-in
formed quarters that the appointment will
beaccepted. • , "
General Rosa.= has, been, granted per
mission from the War Department to delay ,
six weeks in joining his command of the
Department:of Columbia. • •
Gen. - Hancbck ` and staff 'called ,on the
Chinese Embassy this morning. ,
Genexal Meade 'canna here •to urge :.that
Alabama be left out of the omnibus recon
struetion' bill. The SenateJudidlitry Com
mittee has instructed its_ Chairman, Mr.
Trumbull, that in case Alabama • is, omit
ted from the bill to r_ e po rt the bill, which
passed the House in March, providing that
the Constitution be admitted far ratifica
tion and shall be an organic law for a pro
visional Government of the State
shall again be submitted to the people for
LEGISLATIVE AND APPROPRIATION DILL.
_The Senate Finance Committee has au
thorized their Chairman tcrreport the legis
lative god appropriation bill, amended 'by
restoring salaries for clerks. struck out - by
the House, and by increasing the amount
appropriated also at half a million.
Proposed International Treaty- 7
Sale of Austrian State Domain
(111,Telezraph to the XltUbsi..rgh gazepe.l .
BERLIN, June 10.—The -Worth German
Confederation propose to the Great Powers
of. Europe and America, oaths adoption of
an international treaty, to guarantee abso
lute security from. seizure of private prop
erty upon the high seas iritime of war.
The Prussian Government is about to
commence -works for the extension and
strengthening of the fOrtiticatiens; of Co-
VIENNA, June 10.—The Reichsrath has
adopted a bill proyidiug for the sale of the
Stato domain. ..
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
LONDON, Jane 10—Everting..—Consols,
05@944; for account, 95%; five-twenty
bonds, 72g. Erie, Illinois Central,
ILULYORT, June. le. Five-twenty
bondsp' 77 X. - . • -
LTVEAPOOt., - J rine 10.=uotton unit -mid
dling uplands, lly s cl.; Orleans, 11%d.; sales
8,000 bales. Cjarn, 345. Peas, Ms., Pro
visions quiet. • •Coirtmort 'Dada; Petro
leum quiet. Sugar, 275. and tends down
ward. Calcuttirllnweci, Weira ,
• AtiTwEhir,:lnite 10: - -Patioreum, 47f..
Municipal Trou ble'-.buyer Heath Dis
NEW ORLANB, Jane 10.—Mayor Heath
ref used. to. surrender his office to-day. to
Con way, the newly. elected Mayor, citdm
ing that his appolutment was confirmed by
Congress, and declining to recognize Oen.
Bueltansn's authority to remove him. , He
was Comiequently placed • in - the hands
of_the police by Capt. D. Russel', ofthe Gen
eral's staff, and Conwayptit' in charge of
the office, !titc.ilitelMamiler-letsgeOv
of quo warranto u .n Conway, btit Capt.
D. Russey said its. • . .Watwas-littatilled it
wrist take it. proper - course and could not
interfere with theidischage of his 'kith*
Coon the tdelivery,of the' keys and-books
HBath wits released on phrole.' 'Considers.
hinexcitemant. mut ;4.l4=g:body
of police ace . 1.9P4'4941Y-rhqw
Platter,.4 the Comm
lii' Teleirrslifi iturPlititshihiAbithaj
.I*.AO XAlw•intlfs'4 l k÷nelo l 94uo9ll l l.l
the Democratic State Committee of Con
necticut maintain :that the. States are
sovereign in all powers . not, diffracted to
the general kinierntnentvandregaN the re
construction acts as military despotism end
Freedmen litinesmetisimvantw victlati9 f
the right: 00 States; the State Iteptib
party ..lusvittg g9ppoilstfit i ; cox) s tn
tion cattifOt lib trdstad silky of its
present or future ` - PrOMIIIOBP , regarding
libilvery: as. dead.and declaring the asser
tion that the . Democratic party design or
desire to Teittire'it as a wicked 'invomtiOn;
denounce impeachmentri sutt, commend
the conscientious - scruples of the Republi
can Benatarn:whow :voted 'Against it; so.
knowledge the services of soldiers and
tailors and 'honeys While: he- would'be
proud of recognifloneCthe Aseryice of one
of 4helr own oulsenit.43' the, 14tIgnal,,Con
ventlim, that all personal and local:lamed&
erations should be yielded to achieve Rua
ooze and entAilW tom op ewe t.l l /11v
and misrule. -
_h . 4 t ri
I I 41 11 Pna Mriraa ritiker•
ET TAlecapb to the ?at:vet Gazette.
OfitakiWVlD. i iM iiinGlo.—The trial of
Mn. Vlotoratz the murder of Wm. garnet,
one dbnos eximinerdel tiZ
nation 4 . 09,, boy 1, 1 4, wv pa, eleven
.4 , 4 0 4 ,
41 -44P lir e4* ' MOO
gar mated,4 , 3:104
—Hon. John B. Henderson is in St. Lbnis.
—The sale of Barntim's lituairim realized
V 423,000. •
—The Nevada papers repart several mur
ders and robberies in that State by Indians
during the past few weeks,
-- , Robert Gross, a miner from Montane,
was robbed of 83,000 night before last, at a
Green street den, in St. Louis.
—A single firm in New York navel sold
at auction three million dollars worth of
real estate since the first of the year.
--John S. Warder, a veteran of the war
of 1812, and well known as a silversmith of
Philadelphia, died yesterday, aged 71:
—Major Charles Upham, Paymaster of
the United States Navy, was found dead in
bed, at Montpelier, .Vt., aged 50 years.
—Gen. Samuel B. Cushing, former At
torney General of New York; State/ died
suddenly Tuesday • evening at Belleview
—Fifty-six barrels of liquor, valued at
a 7,000 to 58,000, property of Patrick Gillon,
was 'seized at Milford, Mass., for evasion of
the revenue, laws. .
—Dol. S. W. Ingel, former member of
Congress from Alabama, and_United States
District Attorney in Callibrnia, died in San
Pranchico yesterday. • •
—The match gamillif base -ball between
the Athleticitof Philadelphia, and Actives,
of Indianapolis, yesterday, Sims won by the
Former.. Store:s3 to 21. •
—The Sandield Guards of -New Haven,
Conn., have accepted the challenge of the
Montgomery Guards of Boston to drill for
the champiotuthip of the United States.
—The Sportsmen's Convention assem
bled at Buffalo . on. Monday ,evening, land
selected F. E. Carroll, of Syracuse, Presi
dent. Two hundred delegates are present.
—lsaac Haze'burst was nominated • for
District Attorney by bolters from the -Re
publican C onvention . ,The Republicans
nominated General Rester Tyndall for
—Suit has been-commenced against the
city of San Francisco for fifty thousand dol
lars damages for the destruction of the
Echo Du Paeifique, newspaper, by a mob
the day after Lincoln's assassination.
—The Synod of the Reformed Church at
Hudson, N. Y., adopted resolutions eulo
gizing colonization -and - urging increased
activity on the part of the Society toward
tithe sot ernent of freedmen in Liberia.
—There was a small whisky riot yester
day on Front street, Brooklyn, New York.
United States Marshal Dillon - and posse
were beaten off. Dillon Dillon was badly injured,
and seized a still rescued from officers. No
--Oreat exertions are being put forth to
complete the Central Pacific Railroad to
Salt Like, in advance of the Union Pacific.
The iron is being transported by the Isth
mus, and arrivals, via Cape Horn, are noted
—Mike Keef, formerly mate of the steam
er Starlight, was arrested in St. Louis yes
terday, on a requisition from the Governoi
of Louisiana, charged with burning that
boat near New Orleans in. April, He will
be takes South to-morrow. . '
—Preparations are on fbot liatiton to
tender the compliment of a public dinner
to Senator Fessenden for the. purpose of
endorsing hiaintegdy, indepewience and
purity as a statesman. Gov Sit~toclt'ii3ll
preside, and-a. "bully" time is anticipated:
—The Democrats of New Hampshire
held a convention yesterday and elected
district delegates to the National Conven
tion. No preference for candidates was
expressed, but the general feeling seemed
for Chase or Hancock and decidedly
against Pendleton. •
—The Republican Congressional Conven
tion of the Fifth Indiana District, yester
day, at Martinsville, nominated Hon. Juo.
Coburn, of Indianapolis , . present member
of Congress, for re-elect ion.. In the Eighth
District, the Republican Convention at Ko
moko,lt Hon. David E. Pratt, of Logansport,
—The delegates- to the -Sangerfest from
Germany, are to be given in New York on
Friday evening, a summer night Festival
by the Lieder Kranz Society, and on Sptur
day night are to'be received by all the Ger
man Singing Societies in the city, 'and en
tertained with a•doncert. On Sunday they
leave for Chicago.
--Copper Institute, New York, has been
secured tbr the place of .` assembling for the
National Sailors' and Soldiers' Convention,
which'oonvenes on the 4th 'of SttiY. - Among
the distinguished gentlemen-to be present
are Major Generals Frank Blair; Gran
ger,Hwlng, Hancock. General - Franklin,
1114 expected will Presidek ' • '
, Republican Convention held Tor
nominating city officers and candidates for
Congress met in Philadelphia yesterday.
Charles O'Neill was renominated for • Con
gress in the. Second District.: Benjamin •L.
Berry was,nominated for.Congresa by ; the
Republicans of the First District; Third
District, L. Myers; Fourth District,
Kelly; as ve•notninated.
-; •ville , •
=The Nash and. North :Western Rail
road imbroglip , culminated in afight at
Nashville yesterday , a ft ernoon .on Cherry
street; in front of the Maxwell Itotel,:, be
tweet' Michael Q,uinn and Mr. Rhea;•an en
gineer, Whom the strikers had` ordered to
leave. Rhea shot Quinn with' a':small pis
tol, inflicting a slight' *Vend,' and Subse
quently presented &navy involver. Quinn
suddenly reeled, and Rhea withheld.: his
fire. The affair caused mueheacitement.;
—Fdrther advices from ,. thel Upper" Mts
smut intuition Indian hostilitleir eking the
river. •Steamboats 'have ' , been lired into.
stock run off-and several-whites - killed.
Oen. Terry was at , Fort Rice , Jundad,: - "and
Father. Dumont had - gone out ;to indnee, , if
possible, the Indians to come ip mid make
peace.. The y : are rep orted to say they,don'A
want peace,. for then they starve:. but when
at War they get' what they:require from
the Whites, but they do Want ore ammu nition.
The MissaohriSethi State Temperance
COMmlttel hive leaned., an add urging
the 'filends''of temperimee •to commence
bpreparations fora contest,. Wit out delay,
y the formation .of probibitorl e citibi all
over the 'State; that meetings held in
every city and town to vote on t e question
of licensing the Sale of liquor , to be' drunk
on the premises. 'The Committee say they
do tot ask the friends of prohibition to term
a new political party, but to place.the ,Re.
publican party, at the next State Conven
tion on that platibrm which commends
neck to UPI Judgment af a majarikr uf
White Alva Chbrch, a broke
k i bout asp Tuesday over
lice Was entered by Edward U.
young Men` hailing 'froth. Vowt
clnieettlianditirldle Mr. Church "
ing against theta:inciter figurint
struck higi heed with a sti
ing him senseless and indict'
wound...- A ixdosallboy-witnesse
and cried .!Imurder I ",; Yam*
tgiadiianr eft Without ;Oh
*Kot Tbe Ylnuttpalthtril:k l.
Ati, 1 9 y. 1,41 4 ),,ral :AMOS= aaalUng;
Deeded in amigos
BRIEF NEWS ITEMS.
Chanters Railroad kileethig—Reports of
the Comnuttarecto Take Sabseriptroris_-
4170,4MYD Subseribed—the Effort to be
'• • '. •
In accordance, with previous notice an,
adjourned meeting in the intorest of the
Chartiers Railroad omterprEse, was' held in
Canonsburg, on Saturday.afternoon of last
week. The interest attaeliing to the pro
ject drew together a goodly number of the
people, who manifested no little anxiety to
learn with what success the c o mmittees to
solicit subscription had met with, and what
prospect there was for the completion or
the road. At the hotir appointed the peo
ple assembled in the Prayer Hall at the:
College, Col. Hopkins,' President of the
former meeting, taking the chair.
The meeting being organized and 'ready"
for business, Mr. Ewing remarked thatthe
purpose for which they had assembled was
well understood. Committees had been
appointed at the former meeting, to wait on
the people and see what could be done to- -
wards raising the amount to complete , the
road. This meeting was held mainly' for
the purpose of hearing from those commit
tees, and be suggested thatthey,. be called
upon to repot.--
The chair requested the committees, "or
such of them as were present, to lead _in
their reports; Whereupon subscriptions were.
announced as follows: •-• •
Canoli3burtund vliqnityjer no G n zer.) .. *
on.) . . ...
Chart r. d
North ers, (Mane , l t 'Connell.) -, m Strabane, Mr. Luttm.)
Cecil , • 2 ,E0
(Mr. Mtmce.) 2,200
Franklin, tW. B. , Kennan.)
Upper Chanters and Canton,; (W. B. Cun- •
dall.) 7 ace
Franklin and Amwell. (Mr. M'Elroy.) r,=o
Bridgeville and vicinity, (Mr.- Murraya.... 24,300 ,
Flttsbarghers owning property on the line, -
(Mr. Neal.) 33.700
The above reports having beenfootodup
`and the aggregate announced to the meet.*
ins, the gentlemen composing the com
mittee were asked what probability there
was of obtaining additional subscriptions
in their respective localities. .
After some discussion of the matter an
opportunity to increase their subseriptions
was afforded all who wished to do so,
when several persons, authorized theirs to
be doubled, others added fifty per cent.,
and still others twenty-five per cent., thus
carrying up the aggregate toaboutsl7o,ooo.
On motion, B. T.. Morgan, Joshua-
Wright, Craig Ritchie and Mr. Igeel, Were
appointed a committee to solicit subscrip
tions in Pittsburgh.
On motion, Messrs. John Mcßride and
Vaneman Johnson were added.to the com
mittee to solicit subscriptions in North
On motion the meeting then. adjourned. "
to meet at the same place on Friday, the'
Real tstate Triasfeni;
The following deeds were filed of record
before H. Einively, Esq. Recorder' June
Daniel Negl s abtereentirs to Daniel Negley Seeley.,
Awn io. um; lot in Collins. township, on Broad.
Street, in Nast Liberty, 24 by 100 feet Nominal
M. B. Brown to Mrs. E. Watson. February 20, 1808;
lot in Robinson township. No. 9 in Brown's plan
of the Tudor Farm. containing three, acres and one
and one-half perches... 4. ' 115
Leonard Erhard to Ernest Kammlada, October 1,
- 1866; lot In the Fourth ward, Allegheny ciq, being
,part oflot No. 458 - in Warner, Painter .Lorenz's
plan, on the corner of Leonard street mad Saw Mill
Alley, 'W. by Srp feet, .with buildings," &c., • ' 1197 N
Ernest Banatelada • Fra t eXelon, October_
Robert Watson toMarrß. Watson, 'June T. nett Me
lots in the Liberty dietriet. (formerly Liberty
township,) No. 15. and 10, In Ames W. Ewing's
plan, together having a frontof and a depth of
140 het to Woolalayers alley Nominal
Robert Rapp to - Joseph F.. Mooney, July IS,' MC; a
lot in the Sixth ward, Allegheny, on the south side
of Franklin street,439 feet from Manbattaa street,
by lee feet ,to an alley, with buildings -91,450
William Shinit's execkttors to J. J. Gillesple.• June
2, 1884; tette Rose township,,,ou the easterly side
of the Girty Run -Phmk Road, containing acre
and 43 perches. with buildings: &3
William and Thomas Blark to'lliram Fulton, 'March
31, 155; lot on the south side of the Youghiogheny
river; in Elizabeth township, 'containing 2 acres
strict measure, with buildings, &c -
Jametfefitips to Jeminia Ritchie, September 12,1807;
lot in the. Sixth ward, Allegheny, on the south
Side of Mosinee street, tn feet from Sedgwiek
street 24 by 133 feet to an alley 91,4(0
Daniel Negley to Divid Mob'. s, June 10, 1850; lots
No. 8 and 9 in , Negiers plan in the. East Liberty
-• district, on the corner of Bread and Negley
streets, 80 by 150 feet, with buildings, ac - 1301
C. if; Love to John Shaffer, August 10. 1867; lots No.
145 ands 148 in Love`a plan, at the corner ; et' 4lnitn 6
and Fairview avenue, 50 by 100 feet
Sheriff Sameel,43.,Cleley to J.'sl. MurtLand.WaY ,
188,8; interest of Mary Ann Daly in a lot at the cor
ner of Sixth and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh,
being lot No. 1 In Ormsby's .plan, on Smithlreld
street; 31 by 60 feet to Carpenter's alley,' with
buildings. (te 1118009
John Zwehilagerto Shaeklett, June 2, IM3;
lot on the southwest corner of Third and Rosa
streets, Second ward; :Pittsburgh; on' Ross. street,
21 by 51 feet, with buildings 814,6:0
Jonathan Gallagher to John and James Baker,
March 12, 1888;_lot in the Sixth ward, Allegheny,
- on the 'east side O. Chortler' street, at the corner
of ,Locust street,, thence on Uhartiers street to
wards Ohio avenue, 38 by 100 feet to an alley, with
buildings, Ac: .111.199
Edward Hribensteitt to Jacbb Fisher, April 33, 1884
three lots in Pitt township, No, 80, 81 and Via,
McClintock, Heineman and Uuram's plan, on the,
north side of Braddock' al street. together' BD-feet
front by 111 feet deeN with buildings, &a 91.100
Quitclaim deed of - Edward!Raberistein to :Sophia
Leiser. May 1819; the above described property
MORTGAGES. .; • i
Same day there were left in the bffici foireceni six
• senatorial corrnptlon.
A *eshingtoi'spi;chil 111 e, relart
of the Impeachment Investigatitin Commit-
tee will be made by the - middle, of the com,
ing_wecle , It will cover the .whole ground
of the investigation, andlOclide • alLmate
rial testimony 'taken. attract more
general attention than the'llist 'reptirt.
The managers' have: rit'their Possession. a
card written,on both sides, ,and sent; from
Colonel Cooperr to the President, iti.whicl.
the following °emus:. "Heriderson Je "se-
Cured. Craig and Lacey brie -satin' 'idni."
The pertionireferred to as Craig ->>s-Bt.
Joseph, XisOmPie He is here and will-be ,
called aaawitnesa A former, clerk to the
'Senate committee of yrilich,Pliiineroy„.7was
chairman and wso franked theibittkeil doc
uments, testitleoVratarday *ale hid been.
urged twice bya special agent of the:Post
office Pepartment to write a /otter similar
to the One' Cooper swore ' bad • - ahowa
him purporting to be from Poineroy.' The
second tinte;thugerlr issys be: Was >offeredt
one thomaand,4ollem to write. ouch a letter,
offer'haa been Beet Pr-
( • , Newpricans•:lll.2o4l;
l i ts , o n l ag o..„ June 10.--ijotterils qtdet
and weak , at 240 280 for in iddtinni.*. ~.! Alen
1300 bales; receipts 12 bales. 'Stem* 'it
irmals , l3i. New Toile . sight - ..E.telinge
p r o t ium, Gold 13113 t - Stic, end-310-
asses dull fbr good., to
sugar at 1330; ' LOUlStania rem le rabbis
*. lit 55a900. 1 Flour Abair, atir6,2603,80' fbr
iiiipeyfqn,,ej_tV l l/21,0,0411 los cibotoe; 00 1 11
Lim g ta g l i v r ."!l,4l7 l l:4,a i t j s i S 9 2
. Irhiez i rm..
firmevat AWN." elearebleistinei:
3 PP le t t Y 3 4 . o/ B XoF•titiMi end 00 keg
, ne; knock
r, i:n# Cattle
4 1 010 Ireamindruftware down_ :I y ooox,
end of 4000.headThoeived• heall
ttolitmir stlyitked Wifely Yo rk on first haw*
Wit._ , mikke,,,adysaohf aminpilaTitft,
Plea of 25® 115• 60 4 7 0 0, - tIP goodit
- ttitithit 1101"iitriugps".1596 r 3
161 0* 4000.-::•,.) at:
1 r it , viten
1 . BUG.
- sa (ti