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' - dismission of Senators from North
Carolina and Lonisiana-Deti
eleney • Appropriation . Bill--
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': , llltvers and Harbors-Funding
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i' . DUI' DiSenssed in the , House.
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1 1 7 Telegraph to the lttabitrgh Gazette.) .
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- ~Wes nvotort, July 17, /56&
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} :.:. ATE.
' - \ • gllfs-WILSON presented the credentials
2 dos.* ' D Abbot Senator elect from North
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Oktr. SUMNEit . Preiented the credentials
L lJohn IfoehriSepator elect from the
• *. - nte. • • r -; n , • • •
Z.Mesirre.:Abbott and Hoot° came forward
\ : .id took the oath. ,* •-
\ Rhii: SUMNER, from the. Committee on
1 itreign Alfaira, reported a' bill making az,-
• , - 141prialtion ft !zany into Oiled the treaty.
----1 -3, th'ittursig,vittb'sn amendment striking
•- - fit the preamble and declaration of tights
13,04
On, .motion of .Mr. cerrELL , the bill
Nyviding for the' issue of three per pent;
irtifleates tO the of . twenty-flve
n dollars, for the pnropose of retiring
• . . ding :compound interest notes, was
h ul
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a -„',Ten
up. ; • .. -, . • •
~ en question was' on Mr. Trumbull's
mondment to add a section providing for
.10 sale of surplus gold in the Treasury,
• ' ' alove 140,000,000. Rejected-19 to 21: ' .
f l • .Ttie bill then lonised.
•IMr. SHERMAN made a personal =phi
' -- '• tition relative -to thearticle in the New
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.i.ork Herald declaring , his funding bill a
• Aonstrons job in the -inter or the Tree
' ••s.iry ring, Jay Cooke and others. The bill
4ve no power to the Secretaty of the Trea
- • • '. l -.iry beyond_ what he already possesses,
~I.'.'d every_section is a restriction of his
• . ..Swer, -and nobody from the TreasurY.
' : : 1 kther directly ,of • indirectly, orsfrom Jay
• . ",e.ike At Co., had ever alluded to the sub
,..iin his preseeee. He (Mr. Sherman)
, kl 4 never done anything to promote she
. • •,oteresteud. of Jay C ooke, k although a o
:01 - , ,- • ' . . personal.
] ' ' .AISLi. , SEEEIIIIIICN replied to othereliaoa,
. . • .•pd toncludixl by saying: "Relearn , or
' • ' • !Ipiatiitina of this kind shall prevent nee
. .*n pursuing the even tenor of , my way,' ,
. . „,„I„.csh is to compel a'rednetien of the publie
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•'• • l:iip..end , - 1 , 1 43hte? the,. burdens whichrest
- • ..- , ijpon the people. '
~,.• Mr WILSON reported his bill for the re
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•-•!.--- - -, E - action of the military pesos - establish
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tent, Doti the Committee on Military Af
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Eire, without amendment. •• -•••,...
....:, - , FAttr. HOWARD made a lengthy report
gem the Joint Committee on Ordinance,
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. t i g i-thill testimottY 104 an befor,etba Come.
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el
et; 'VW& Trite Ordekea be. prin - WaL?:. ,'
•••:' , ..- • e l'A `new Conference Committee was 0p
.... t '.• .4Anted on the bill to:Gni:lply temporary
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.. '•,ia '•%•ft ' •in the Executive Departments.
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.i"Mr. en C7C NNESS moved to take-up the,bill
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. : . illative to the rights of, American cluxeri
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:road, which was agreed to, when
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• •')Mr.MORRILL,, Me., suggested the ad
' • - .. I ,'•aability• of laving it aside informhlly in
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•: - • •S•der_to dispose or the deficiency apPropri
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ion bill, which he stated was the.ea one
'' •• ' ' - 7 that nature for action. '
'•: 1 •.IThe suggestion" was seceded to and e
- :i i a question was on the amen n s
' •' •• "ado.._.by the Committee. The amendinen
' :' 411disr nut.the aPpropriation of 18,000 for
* ' :-.7, Alma] repairs to the Patent °Mos was
:. . ••• • ' i 4 reed to. Other amendments were agreed.
• .
• ~ . , ze, striking ant the appropriation for aurver
i ' -: . ; , -the Osage Indian reservation,l27,9Bo 51,
I •' s *,, of the Omaha and Winnebago rniiirva-,
• , :V1336,262, striking 'put appropriation'
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4r a bridge at Rook'Wend, Illinois. and in
llrting an appropriationof 11t,OCKIfo &tint=
gthe eclings of the; San the
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''.• . 0- • also offered b Fes
' - „aide one . y . -
)nden, appropriating 110,000 for nand
./- ..,.... 4Ktbe grading and dlling el:fettle pitaf
s r,
..*: * '.,,trZ 3 hortly after two kir. TRIJMBUL , in.
from.the Louisiana'. - elsitdre
' ying- the fourteenth , ,con Mond '
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:, 7en P d te m d en t t h , e -• ' and also Inge '
the I ted . fitials iltiag of
on. Wee. P. Kellogg, Senator deep for:the
.• . 1 : ng_term_ , and John S . Harris, Senator
;•••,/;• ;'• • .ect for the short term:
' • ,:, *•§M a ci a o. Harris and Kellogg , were then_
: ''. ',. are . • 4,0 thell,o44lMl:P7o'•‘.,Ma.at!,vaa
tilkini red the oath. - ' -
. • •- ••:t-;.. , A Committee pf Conference was - .ordered
• ''.-••'. 1 the: Indian • appropriation ' bill, lion ;-,, . >
tang of. Messrs . Howe ,-lienderson and
k- " ' ',:• Orrin 1(Nle.) ; -2, 'i: : -• ".• -1, • '.• 'tl 1-• '
- • ' 1 The oorudderation or the Defleleriay'bill ,
• ,•••::.*. resumed. .
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ell.
third section. forbidding. any, eon
...for •publie brdldloge;‘,or iMptort_...'
t os
: •- ••••,-'-' 1 , . e tilt:binding the govern eat pay mgr s
-• •.- an the sum appropriated for th e par
; ' •,‘••• or employment.pfluty persons with
, • -, g
~., •i ~-. • t a prior appropriation to pay them, and
k
.. - lOblag any governm ent
.. officer violating
their ovisiiimvotstdrifthitthanor,was sgreedd,
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. , . I. : * l• : r.it kw apprepritition of 120,000 was made to ,
if°
• vide for the detection of counterfeiters.
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alMr. CHARLES, Item Oommltt%ai
• •:.' ._, fommerce, moved to insert an aPpto a'
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• ' _ ' , e,ou of .1,000,000 for preservation, rep r 1
' ' ••• tpd completion of certain public works on
vets and harbor% heretofore commeneed,
_ '• p, be expended-under e direction of the
tOoretary of War. - .
'l') Aftermome discussfen the was or- ;
:. ered closed
-in te. minutes—y • 70 + nays.
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;. b , in reply to it.guestleit from Mr. Ocr-,,m eas ,
mr. CHARLES said this appropriation
- ” ,' Z•.', to take-the -'. place of the ' river and hip;
; • k - ,ithi-biII which will hopJarerred,h) the hut
..,TplaiOrl.
lit.. MORRILL, of Maine, Pronouneed
tie determination of the . Committee'on
• ' • - ka'' arnierce to lay the river and barbeebill
• '‘, 7 *' eptitil the . next, session a wise one, In
••• . •- tic e si- 'of the' state of the finances Of, the
• : . „ . .ipritifl'%•: i suggested taut strikiwant of
-4, - io : " h eretofore conimftesq,j A and
*•• ,t choice of the taints for expen...
-.. e -the Secretary oT'Wal" , - • -
-, .• ) u t ._ NLER accepted the Moditioa.:
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r t 1 3 , 7, # , , • ,iitt , i , i , fkgiiiforiciipciifeici tile:
kasnameiit and advocated the considers
n of, the River andllartior.blll.l.l4 . dia.;
-, ii continuing' to. 4:45, o'elock, when
'llMr,.. ItICTANG mad° al:ekort ftntrithe '
rof Conference on tile cilmii...-- - '
.• „aintril ---e---- .
• -Acats,between the two Houses on the bill
anly vacancies in the Executive - De. :
. ', . l itla nii lh ts. which was acitipted ''' • " i - ."' •
:.,, •,14 1‘h - Ti Senate held a short ,executive. !es.
A tm and took's - recess until 7:30; •• -
• ttl eig Seasiert.-/Ihe House Witt* pay
v
ttt.,,,nry St. Matte 110,000 fix•lihf eervi ,in
•••''''' w.ing the arrest of Sonia was .
• 1 , 4 ' 1•1rc4- 811MITER called at ta o - , 4 11 Ma 'lt
; .gr a ritmPriation Sat th e , purview iif , •
N . --'!,::' 11 - ,:hioll, it the 131 4 11 M-g the e C9IVAPAIPS
rik riaktgilil t ill . 1 ; 131 r%1411
‘, , : i ii mato viort e sioe.nb
/ \ ••,•1 , commas to the 1 stipulations of the
-, est 7• . - And - lb. prpimD/IP -011dmitig the
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.re,..N .r,NV
ONGRESS.
joint p9wOT- qr, the • • se„ with. the Ri
dentand Senate; to Contract' treaties, a nd
PAW ThS L ' •-. :_,- ff. ' ' ...,• : i 1
following billsmere poetised
Authorizing the sale - of -arsenal- property
and ground at St. Louis and Liberty, Mis
souri, and deftittineciiitillnTportions tiiiiii•-
of.' Amended" by provision for a - monu
ment to the late General Nathaniel Lyon.
Bill topid in . the improvement of the
z • , k Island and Desmoines rapids in the
''
ississip i river. i '
Bill ex mpting certain United Slates
vessels tr din to Canada from tentage fees.
Mr. HA N called up the bill in re
gard to th e e rights of marrid women lit the
District o f,Columbia.
A disousition seemed imminent and it was
_ ,
Eraffered to go over.-
- Mr. WILSON called up the bill toreduce
the military peace establiihnient of the
United States for the purpose of making it
the • special order - for to-morrow at four
O'clock:
The deficiency appropriation bill" was
again taken up. - • '
Mr: HOWL` moved to amend the propo
sition of the Committee of Commerce to
appropriate 81,000,000 for tiVers- and har
bors, by making the appropriations ;1,609,-
00W:which wasogreed to. ,_, ,:.4
• The question recurring on the amend
ment as amended, , c_
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Mr. HARLAN called for the yeas and
nays urging the needs of navigation on the
Mississippi river. '-, -1' - ', • ,
After aamednietutitiOitjhe uneddmcni.as
t;
an:fended - was agreed 29 to 7.
Several other emend exits were aweed
to including one nano ingall laws making
appropriations for the vment of salaries :1 of Solicitor:Assistant eater,lind DepliCk 1
Solicitor of the Court of laims, and of the
Assistant Attorney Gen ral for the year
ending June 30th, '69, a d appropriating
1012,400 'for , salorieir 'of two"'Aseistaht ;-At
rneyr.Q . 'e wl 'nerala, one Clerlr-iincf - two Clerks
Of the 1 • ' four, and $300,000 in addition
to the sum already appropriated for the
payment of judgments of the_ Court of
Claims: '_, " •
The pool - was added for the pay of assis
tant messengers of the Senate. )A debate
arose on , the aniendinent., l
The appropriation of 1172,827 for feed.
ing friendly Indians was agreed to-30 to 9.
Several other amendments were offered
and rejected. The bill passed.
Ajourned, 1
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IfOttim OF' -BR'PRESHNTATIVES.
The Senate fun Fling Dill was reported,
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Yvith m aniendments, from the Ways and.
Means Committee, - and wids'referred to the
Committee of the Whole.
The credentials ; offour - Representithven
tt o ' !la m basts's' waver .referred to the Election.
itteo.
_, ` The House went intriAlornialtisie tit - tilie -
Whole .m the funding b il l. t ,
The Committee rising informally,,..the
House received'S . Message wourttici aenSk
with the arnenderentsbothe-lirdhirettpprd
priation bill. These were non-concurred
in, and a Committee ot Conferences Meng&
Butler,' M.lddqin and, Brookes `aPPottneu.'
The consideration of the Funding bill •
was resumed In Committee. \..._.
-.' The-,.... i .a.tekleMitodflatMV-Wite aittlted
n'
denominations,
that the homier's/WI te - pr '
denominations, of fifty dollars, or some
multiple thereof. . _ -
Mr. ROSS moved - to 'emend the second
amendment by reducing the rate of inter
est to three per amt.; Rejected.. _ ..... ••••• , i • •
Mr. HUBBARD, oflWest Virginia, moved
to amend the_ portionproposed to be struck.
out by providinka bf fifty • Year bonds
at 3,65 - 10 e per cent., thus making four
classes of bonds. T wasfagreed-to. 1
• Mr. PIKE moved to .amend by snaki n g
the interest on all bonds 4 per cent.; mete
of 3 63-10 e. I
• DurinK
_the dismantler!. Mr. STEVENS - ,
Who advocated. iber per c'ent•as the loss'est
rate, of interest, said,he had understeodthe
gentleman from Illinois •Mr. Boss) to say
o th e at li th ew e bo y n 7 dze p ho lu n f l o d r be m. paid according
tha g_to t
platformf . , , _ 1
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1 ;Mr. , It; -pay he-Ave:twiddles : in
lawful mode . k,
!Mr. STEV What. dis '•Vim call law
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ful Money_ _ _IP• ----___--. - ; ' -. San Pr:Masco liana.
• iMr.,ROssi-unisentfacks; that is your/lots.' illy Telegraph to the Pittsburgh emote .1
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trine and mine, you know. (latughter.) • & L s itszsArscrand July • • 17.-The 'city pa
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;Mr. STEVENS =4 held4 o the. Chicago &Is publish leading editorials, , based on
platform, and - fie - I understand it on that i legraph reports from the •Ratitlllsalhe
, point, these hands. alkali 'toe Paid ill" 404 ' . United Sta t es have purchased from Mexico
elording to the original contract , , - th o •s hrtes dr shims - and Eranc ... comietiiier
-: A L member•--The law. '.' -'- ...- iris the action Of - Mr. Seward In the shatter,
. Mr. STEVENS-Aceordmg to the law. ' • i wKi c h. ou il o f ort h is p ar d f rom & dm. G o d er 4,,,
- Mr.. PACE - The: spirit ' an d / a t tar hr a i l '' . Mexican Consul St ' Sill elty. Officially de
contract.________-- _.- . ' • ' 'Ming the truth of the report and pronoun-
Mr. 16 - L'ETENra- hatwasthe law l', That
v i g,ed
dm; the . statethent'aliiturii, the constitu
the Interest should he Paid uP Se a etuteito demi goyernmenvot Mexiloo,not haying •
Stile at six per co t. in cow. After the the power •to alienate any portion of the
_bends fell due itwo uld .he payable..in cu t t h mu f territo r y : • •••-••i - -, 1 '
money, just ' the g tieman from MIDI* James H. Sills, alleged defaulter-to the
undo Juet es no Van tiMeetie nn- - - eititrunt of twelve thousand dollars to thcf ,
derstood it-just as well understood It Treasury Department of the 'United States, .1
when the law was ,-I JUitYee.it wee was arrested yesterday in this ally. , ';'- ,I
explained 'en thb flee - e - °lewd tunes hr -- ----• A State Convention of freedam defenders
the Chairman of the Co.. relltee an w ay' Is' called for August ,3d, to meet in San
'.lnaliteads.--If he kne - • • : say _party in • lsi t sra c t o o l .„ • ' n
the coun , dSo paying . 111:- esdrt Dispatches reeid at militant -• heed
...the ithl ', a* "'able .. crouch thusen- quarters from Alaska, ka.B4tp khp Arpope ire
•han ( 44' hOde tone.. theknew there in excellent health.
win nn a Alfons and •• • ' -deterildrs. PAMMl•napr‘ trains on th4enral ..,, , ,g.
Lion dit.t e of his o i partY. would • Railroaltntni run to Wsdaworth; - 'elie hu -
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with ' nir Blair and ti, vote for the 'tired and ninety miles_ east
of
Sacramento.
etbhr ,
.y_..,. - "lin., - . Sete ,•_.for no The cons'suction trains run fourteen miles
seat swindle on ' the '• • -payers' of the surth oroos t. • •. . • ?: -', : .
Country; i,' life. .. would : net ;V ,n n t e - fu r Tho schooner Porpoise pioneer of the
such s p eculation -in . fbvor of the 'codfish fleet, with 'thirt y eight thousand
large:_bendhelders nd i. illionaires. He (catch, arrived to•day from the northwest
repeated, though it , ..• dto say it, even I
;coast . . • .
if 'Fratik . Blair is ... on he platform of ;
plaiting according to t• e contract, and if the Philadelphia Null Without Gait - 5
Republican ssrdda • stood clothe platforui
of payipg bloated s •eculatens twice the
amount agreed. to • paid • them,. and of
taxing bin conntitnen to death, he. would
vote tbrArrank Blair -Veil if a worse man
than Seymour wag on he ticket; he added.t
(Much excitement sr' • sensation.) . •
Mr.; ROSS-The •Dernocratie , doors are
still open and the'gentleman can be takert
Mr. pawita. timed toils, the Intountat
four and whet per, cent. •• Rejected. ' - t . r .-.;
Mr. PIKE'S . amendment wan also re
jected.
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~ Mr. PILE Moved to make the ter of
the bonds siSty years.jected.
After further discussi on`a vote atitakest
•Ou the firstiazneddrisent - 4., -the " diktat
on ,Ways and Means, making butone class
Of bonds to run forty years at three and ,
?im p en d, ' Gc - ist,•dhare t an
sixty - ilve - hutuleethe par naztolied it Was ' Lraseusiarth. ar -
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iNg esra i iie PIKE moved to amen the provision til t iwaii
LatimS2lwowes ,
rntsint exempting:tom; imakinfrit,
.... Sherman ono
rend, "and the interest the and inco me Sherman
therefrom, shall be exempt r_ :______vmen- after v. ,
Ur 411 taxes or detest to the' mil ammo —.•
=lkea ae from t=in an feral h or to
UMW:W. l ft_ !Pp ril -a '4 ,r.
Mr. IIImLACK moved - amen! . b. 7
-striking out the,:eiteMptien •frifailaxation
timid.
si
ineer,Ong, "which sal d tiondsehall,o l
•Vallitarife' taxatfon - by arieser,Stati, MU.I
itieltlil or local althority to the sennvon ,
ten •as - 12;c7cis taxed,' ' tinder: ,bOO6,
ate , mwilei its .
or lone authority, aid
grea ten- , .:.
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,_• ,;yvitheit iiiisineni*ltifttitineildmalit
,19 1letrattenvosa. , • ~. ~,, . .-
i- , einadentj a h t ofißepreis *titres elect
f •Lotilehuni,c'and - the' action of
SO In jetifyini u lt4Lonrteneth amend. -
t olitlnOene , 4 -irtfre referred to
the Committee online:Mona, •
Mx. BONNE= moved an Evuing ass.
•
TTSBURGR, S
:sign to go on with the, funding till ! ,
Agreed to
'. - MYERSmoved,.-if the ; . fundingtill
be disposed of tonight, the Columittee
will go on , with tire - tariff bill.' ) .Iktegil;
tived. .. . . 1 .t .: nzl
A recess was then taken.
• Puenisq- Sesseon.—Vbei - House,' ' #n tom: .
mlttee of the Whole, resumed the %meld
enition'of tlifYftinding bill.
The amendments • reported by the earn; ,
mittee of Ways and Means to the second
sealer' merely verbal; were agreed to. r ..._
iA dioussiotlarose on the section proposed
o be inserted Instead of the third sivtion,
egalizing contracts liayable In 'gold,'which
puthorize.s the conversion of Unlted Skates
'metes into - bonds for an equal amount of
United States, notes, unless the United
States notes then outstanding shall amount
$o $400,000,000. , . .. ,
Mr. 'BROQMALL moved to redqce the
amount to $336,000,000,,beinn the amount
how in circulation.
Thq 'Ration and amendment were debated
by Messrs. Broomall, Plke, Garfield,
Schenck, Bontwell, Hooper, Lynch, Butler,
(of gasq.,) "Logan,• Ingersoll, Allison and
others.
Finally:.the debate was closed, and-
PiTOTCRSOLLinoved•to strike tro t the pro.
Vision as to the liudtof -United States notes.
Rejected.
Air. COBURN moved, to_strike out the
Clans. allowing Conversion of United States
notes into bends. Rejected.
Mr. INGERSOLL Moved increased 1102'-
4th:on from 11300,000,000 to /365,000,000.
Various other amendments were offered
end rejected. • - • -- t ' '
,Elnally a vote was taken on inserting the
sedtioii as reported by , the , Vornmittee on
Ways and Means In place or section three.
and the amendment was rejected—forty to
Sixty-two. ' , - -, •,. .
i Tins second amendment was to strike out
the third section 'legalizing contracts in
e01n. ,, It was debited , by • Messrs.' Ast:Al,
(Logan. Eldridge, Cavanaugh. Illgbee,Boy
den, Coburn; - Rubbard. (W. Va.,) and
others. • , ' -
__
1 Mr. C.O.VANAI:H moved to legalise
oontracte payable In gold dust, and advo
ted that propcsiiti .- Rejected. '
, Mr. COBURN took the ground. that the
proposition Would be disaetrous and result
In general bankruptcy and ruin, as all the
notes would hereafter be made payable in
gold and cause cold to lise fifty per cent.
Mt. HUBBARD, of West Virginia, moved
tnamend the section by providing that gold
Contracts may be paid in, legal tenders at
the rate of' goldj in the New York market
.11
On tbo day the contract matinee.
,Relected.
- Some oth amendments were agreed to,
'h
ut fin.iglY, 4 o ..;wl!obas - eequilmllir
,r airs ick ont. :.• / - -
The Conimittee rose and the ;house, ad
.. urned.
Few Yo k City liaiters.
SHLTekeilfiti ki t ?" . _, -Pi tkOnritC44o4l4 41 ',' '
DISTA YORE July 17.—The cool breezes
on
' dered the &Mee heat.-more - beatithla to
iay. The thermometer only reached eigb
-o,tive The
Many cases of sunstroke
are yet reported, but the deaths wilt prob
ably not exceed twenty five. -
, An.i.atlPPillt Wan madelast sight by an
'unknown to asmusinate politte-ullicer
- trying . , by stabbing htin is tho addotnen.
` - The rope manufactory or Thereby .1k
Brown, Bedford avenue, Brooklyn. was
burnt this meriting.: Loss $t0, 000; insured
for Stil,ooo.
Pica tenement houses in Powers street,
Williaburg; were burnt this morning.
Loss ss,t • partlY insured.
Appli don was- made to the Supremo` ,
I Court to yby Fisk and Hatch to obtain 1
from the k Island Railroad Companyee
=irides posita as colhdaral Ibr a loan to
-plaintiffs one million and a half (fellers, ,
tru ne
they cla - trig the securities are depreelat- '
ing in val e and that heavy loss is likely
to result ideas they - return the 'cash and ,
obtain the r collateral. Decision rendered.
In a base ball match yesterday between'
the Atlantias and Eckforda the score stood,
Atlantica 5.51. - Eckfords 11.
Senator D o olittle but written a-letter
opposing, a third party !Document and fa
,voring the eleatlon'or Seymour and Blair.
(By Telegraph to the miswrite maiette.t
PECILADSLPIIIA, July IV— The supply of
iput is exhausted. and the strike of the gas
men still continues. The nevispaper calm,
baye . general ly,rwtorted: to candlett snd
lamps. A few places of amusement are
ppm, but will be , forreed to'snapend per-
The city presents a gloomy spectacle
to-night. All that portion. depending on
the city works is totally deprived Of Me l t..
with' the exception of a few chandalierstuad•
lerripOn the' store windows:" ' The 'upper
Partin:Oa the city, depending on Spring
Olden and Bentiingten _works; aro
_ktill
lig ttA how long: :bot it is known holong:thli
wi last. ax the Gas Companies' employes
are all acting together. • - - -
peearado s Grnatcdherman and Etherfdan' art
1 10,8 9rewrill!p ; gallsalt. ...,
clot 701.2eieiiiiihe Pieieeilielegetie.j 1 c ;-`.
,
Leevesweseit,
,Ittly , I7....GeniL , Grant,
Sherman and eherldan called on lifoor
Moorhead , st his offiec..thld . 4lnnalati add
gfter passing a few mlnistev.,= %;
to the rocntnrit the lonkring
9lnhiVrbere atiliorKtleue we's *igivecio . '
• ptlon Of gultels • number' 01" eltivand
wh collect., ,„ This Averting there - WIG belp,, l
;ley 'lf then:widow:writ Gen. Sherldan, , ov ,
Tel e
:Para Leavenworth, when Generate* Giant
and Etturinumivittehtfetbefi'fitie - Me;itr e
It itiasits generall%ltidig Invited. t --
e, i .-- -_, 1 7i e a ti l l .:
...: '::11.1;
) Steamer mum. am.
Ii ii teasnlati ii , Avg Mame" eefietekr
iionnoup, Auly, ,17 The stearneere,
klisii-V '4' rock ;
itcveastr Ropo ,
nuot- - rf, • ,79b lk.t.a .. 841 0Y1 ast,al l
l ail
des h e ,:,t 71441 3 411re...4iterP54c
*v b ens an mop vr ell
by safe.
lv rougt hero re - this titortang the
Steam/ Mown.
S~C9~'DBAP'
-
! FOrrai -- 6 , ei' ,Aacisc, ,
FAQII_EIIItOPE
IniMiE
Naturalization
1 3:4CCat77,7l"caianPriksouers—Far
_
.gatt4t: the • Queen—Thi
llfrazilTaraguayan War.. _
lily telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
434 4MVX.NSF.ITA:IN.
_ - -
Lexrnorr, July'47.—ln the House of Com
mons-kat rditbt•Aft.irtill asked the Govern
,
ment what disposition was to no made'of
•
theraniarilitleonero7Warieli and Costello,
, .
who were arrested e ft er effecting a landing
,„
in Ireland - With the a lleged Pgrp oso , of. ~., .
ex
citing an insurrection. and whether the
Government intended to mitigate
i.„
• h Vg2t e d h y e r i eeitlrllt t lii corenliviltd.lllMe
rd Mayor replied that there were no pe
allay. features in the eases of•Warrem and
Costetio,,shleh wouldjeed the government,
hi- depart from the usual course of law.
re delay' had , been , caused in
he proueedinge •-cotibig , -to' tire '-neces
y of procuring evidence from,. the
17nited States • to ' Show' that the ac
cused were %closely? connected with the
Vent= organization in that Country: In
teply to the ~ s empid'part-Of the question,
the Lord Kayo - I.'B'od toetline' had not come
for the ireylMon. or.the eases of those Fenian
Convicts now filling out the terms of their
Sentences. --- 0..-,.. ;,, -,, .2 .• ; •
_
t LONDON, July l7 The Slatkcrd, in an,
article ,oh the subject.: ofihatiiiitlisation,'
say,s__ _: ,ftllefore _any„ alteratien la 3 made-in
the laws remelt timb and - moat - Care.
ful tonsideratioo should be_given to the
question of the righte'df - the naturalised."
The Standnrd -regrets the premature/pub
limtion of the disp - stehee tilliielildie b een
exchanged between the British and Arnett
can Governments on these questions. - •
.
.
. 1 •
Deem?", July 17.—Arshbishop Cullen,
Roman Catholic Primate of Ireland, is
Confined is bed by illness.
TAE l3ttxrAi ;.PARAGUAYANI WAIL
Rio JANERIO, via London July 17.--081-
4pat dispatches frem the soene of war on
the Parana, , report - thtit the *Hied forces
bad again commenced a vigorous bombard
ment at the fortress of liumita by land and
*Merv: The:Punagnayana Mad* a desperate
eiortie for the purpose of dislodging a de
tachment of allied trodpe from Grace Chao
do, but the attack was repulsed, and the
Onenly :cOmpetlad'Ack, fto Inui the . ,*trenob
mentis With Considerable lose.
The result of the Presidential election in
thee Argentine States is yet uncertain.
FIN AAIC AN6 COM EIiCIALIW
Loanow July 17 —/resnine.—Conarda
Unchanged. ;Bonds, 723 i; bends at Frank
- f0rt,76%®76%; Pale, tig; Atiantle&Gres4
Western. 35v,
Pants, July 17, Euening.—Bourse firmer;
routes, 70 francs 50 cetttlmeB.
• LairErreooLi• July 17.—Evenir.g.—Cotton
closed genet at lastquetation4otal amiumt
alluitestimated at 713,000 bales, including
21,c1X1 bales Arne. lean. Corn heavy at 365.
Wheat dull; red Western, 118. 6d.; white
'California, 13e. ',Bar_ ley firmer at is: littz
Clats,-38. -PeaS4eeliriest to 413;
declined to 30s. Lard firm. Petroleum
ffniet at le. 6, 1 4 d. for refined, and Is. for
spirits. Sugar firm at 268._,
ANTWNRP,
buoyant; refined 62 trancs.
Manchester market - • •
SOU'IMER.N STATES.
lip , Telligniolitoo-therinoberot Elagenna'
Serious Riot Texas--Firty or Slity Per..
L isels ,KIPLed•--'
GALVltiororc July 17.=0n the evening of
the 15th a serious riot oommenced at Mall
ostion,the.Contral Railroad. It appears,*
m of about twenty-five neigroei, led try a'
ar,bi to school Witcher' litidir negro-preacher
named Brooks,, attempted to hang a man
peeled William 4` bal. white
f Omens interfered 3o prevnnt the eke.
*glom, and • headed - by the Sheriff
I and Agent of
_the,. -Freedmen's Su
' reap attempted to—iinpirree's — the mob.
The result was the death of ten or 4w_elvp;
.negroes. On the leth inst the iiiitztbers in. •
damned on bolh. sideaand sitirinisbing
onirred during the day; thetatimateifnum
bey of casuali les.being twenty-five. small
body of troops arrived iste la 4 night and
dispersed the rioters after killing three nee;
gram The latter, numbering between three
and five hundred persons, - . ha 4 - 4 , fort!iitesir
themselveS three miles' from:Mull:Win and,
refused to lay 'down',tliiiiir arm.. ,until the
troops dispersettthem: The entire loss is
between tiftv, e and atxty_ppreoesi:! : The,dinit,
catty hi said thavp arisen from the &apt
cien that a negro' member of the Union
League had been lipng, but who- hats since
Peen found.
Georgia' Login '
ter.Telearaoh to the Pittsburg% Uasetto.i
Amatka..J i tily 17.—Inlho Senate today
.the Committee on Investigation ' reported
rum° of chi) members were Joeligilgo. and a
eolnraitial. tonnded on doenmente; sent' in
by Gov. Bullock, wps defeated bylopotoof
Mr. Candler,pploporettydefeudedAeveral
.oftbe nieintuft aoeused and stated tbat
i macratheri one :of the :amused iltelkibol%
/
Lig,
had to eall'on a trut,ou cluoiliio . far 'et'
bhp from violenoe: wheri. tbe, ,Uolan
wee flying OVer bli bear, and said - ` e
o
members' steeneed- were Arta Union tnen
I during the war.
A resolution was passed informing=i3en•
Meade and the Provisional Governor of the '
action of tbol3tmitte, - and stating:W*B
ready for business. , 1 •- - , --Jo
In the House two members Long l of
Carroll. and Mann, 0f..1Zian441,14. - wore
• foond ineligible. During the diarlion of
that; owes the Howie. AdjmrOilid.r.:. ..„ l <t
,)1' i
ME=
liouth Carolina.,
• goLtriania, 8. C., ,Tiny. 27—ip to o s awn
a IL providing forigtanesteada PaiiieddA
moAn attempt. has been.made ki_redtioni th e
unt of the oAlclatl§onida
i ltaktaurer so asl6•lltilible hlin,to take poe.j
adailon of the onloti.Atle,b9944inliArY/4":
en laving been'declared insublineim.
the Howe .11:" Ong dkierisaltatuok,..
* Aver the conta4M- , ainisll of Dern* ,
m• it is P r gk l / 4 40 P at , Ig.r1Fill111.1!
=I
oreitheiic mike"
tsyToerrsottpttlw e4intie,
Fctiosoo, July 17.—Tieer toe,
stroke are re
Th highest ported to.dw, AAA,
ninga orthe
eg, .1
iThe Congronski_ , Nen ven ti„„
giplb fitticeriel gi e r a firmaki
JOMMeLe
venti4elowlallotragebifflii
tit i
led Char es Pomeroy, of, Boone. This Dis+
trial luus been repranented by Judge If
Hubbard for mix years.
Ilkl:
liforvrpnrans, July 17.—The State
Democratic Copventionlo nominate midi;
datest for State offices and two electerrt
large, was held' to-day. lion. • Homer
Vithelia, of Morftelier, presiding.: Nerd:-
'melons! were made as follows Governor,:.
Jobs 1 4 , Edwards; .-Lieutenant Girvaittot,l .
Vorrillti.Noyern trreaserar. EL liVllThiinet:
Ranolutions were adopted:approvthg the
nominations and platform of the National
Convention at New York.
The Louisiana Democracy.
city Taker:Loa to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
1 , 41tvl Ontaans, July 17. Extensive
preparations are being made for an illumi
nation. procession and meeting' at Lafay
elle' Spare; to-morrow eight, to ratify the
nomination or Seymour and Blair.
TherMometer stood to=day* at BEI deg.,
and has not risen above 90 deg. during the
•
_ .
11 itiPoSitlott 6f Woot wild Woolex Geode.
tit 7 tea Pittsburgh Gazette .3
diti4Go ) 44 y 17.—Extensiye" prePaTa
tions are-being made for the exposltion,of
„wool and woo e n goods, tab° 'held the' first
,week in August, under the attorces of the
Woolen Manufacturers' A ssociation.of the
Northwest. , IttisPonseit have been' made by
large numbers of leading manufacturers
announcing their. intention of _contributing
owes: ' A trade sale,of the samples 'Ahab.
ited . will be held Immediately after. the
close of the exposition.
• • •
Thermometer in Slinnesota.
oli.Toitotroilo to the Pi(tabursch, liazette.) •
IltrzaciisPot" July ,17.—The thermoract•
ter• yesterday ranged from 99 to 105 de
grees in then/aide. One'case of Sun-stroke
is reported. • The heat is oterpoivering.
Fine- showers in the country north and
-The strike at the
; Philadelphia : gas
works continues.'
LiWade • Hampton iddreisadthe Saltr.
more Detnocricy • ,
" -=Chief Justice. chase Wiw, serenaded .
Flushing, N. Y.; Thursdq . night-
--. =Miens are but. Six 'hitudred men Work
bag In the Philadelphla Navy Yard.
girl eight years old committed
suicide at Inflianapolls Thuriday night.,,,
—Thonias A.. Goddard, a well known
merchant of.:.Beeton, died Thursday, night.
,
—H. B. Smith, a merchant, died at Mont
real, Thursday, from the street" of the heat"
Indianspolhi, yesterday, the weather.
continued very hot.. Four , cases ,of sun'
stroke. - •
I —.Thigh Davy Evans, a imminent •juilst
and t ern wri pon law; died at Baltimore on
Ti!uP4l„ t it Y- • _
—A.lderman, Pattlnger; of Philadelphia,
iblimetli , a reporter, died' front: the heat , on
Thdrsday. ,
-4lev:Dr.*ni.. Aflon, former.,,,./3/President
of ißetedoin'College,
.11iFkr,fr,170134,9
aged'elghty:totir: ' •
-4-BPenlai disPaFehtlafitin different, parts
Of Xilinolk lowa read Whiconsin represeSt
'the tiopatn'a t very favtiribles •
cafiditioP.'
=An 'the Preedtripai'Bureau, agencses In
Hentucky, , eTeenS the: general agencies "at
LogisVille, WrigWix and Paducah, hffve
neon disoOntinusolt.'', •• '
1 -4-The match betvieen the -Detroit an d
Foote City Baia Bill Clubs, at Cleveland;
ci l terday, resulted In favor of the latter'
rs:lktftY•ftnir to saran in nine liSingt•
A heavy 'thunder stsrm_Pre
•ay at- Cbattsnooga, rell4. A M'arL
'
t '>: 'by :lightning; the.
trete struck, an two- martin it I llitaLTY
initured. "
Two: thousand two hundred and wi t ty-,
34";-,41 . 011330011 are at • Castle Garden, New
#k ; awaiting. transportation to Utah, and
to
onPAlOndred more ire ,ex
•- arr Ave from Atirope shortly.
, •
444 Wood, seventeen years of SEM
upll in ,Putnent, gclaxo, seatar,yporti
Zit OPMMItte4 .4gslll, yes ywiwith
11 4 () ? ,OorlSequ ti e4too. _of as to re. ,
oelie stdiplonuilt;. li4191:-Pre•rt
4 1 1ibei;f4.fig - ,1 , 9* ,, ieP4A/4;
Wier Ibitif - liver;
ng from 100 to 100 - Irpthitsnona - , CM
°crass to locality The same intense heat
pmvalled throng Out the region west of
Mit, city.
THE CAPITAL:
The Heat-Nominations Reiected
amiCrontinised—"ienton9, Kerr
'is iteinsed the Niarshalship.
(By Teiegiaph to the Pittsbnratk Gaziette.l
WASHINGTON, July 17, 1808.
THE THMEMOMETER
The woather • hiu3 slightly moderated.
There were six .or seven sudden deaths
froinite effects of the heat duririg.yeater
day; and early this morning, *eluding'
among them. James Magill v emploved for
several years past as messenger bathe U. S.
TreaSorek's office.'
(X?NF.I3IMED AND RDJECTED.'
The Senate to-day confirmed William B.
Scull as - Assessor , of the Eighth District,
•
Pennsylvania! Julius M. D. Nemigiselly,
af New! jersey, as Consnl to Tobiseo;
R- Spririgman, of Pennsylvania, Consul to
Qumbey, Peru; Reuben S. Terry, Collector
of. Internal= Revenue of ' second ,District;
New York; Anthony P. Campbell, Deputy
Postmaster •of Brooklyn: Thos. E. Webb,
Naval Ronstructor; !Henry Eber and!.E. P.
MeCrea,.Comuuinders in the:Navy..., • .
The Senate relecte d .. the following not-,
nations. 'Francispri e e, New, Jersey, Con
eul Mineral at Ifilvans; 44,drin Rees, Asses
sor of InternisllleVeniai .the Tenth 'dirt
fritter Pennsylvania; B. H. VOilbirine, As
seaserof Infernal 'ltevanne' !!nn - the' Sixth
distriat of ?Kiintriekyf Samuel Ealkook,`
Collector! ofikterrnal Revenue; in! these
district. of Akinnecticu# Robert H.
Kerr,,Marshal; of the Western district of
Pennsylvaiali and Thos. E. Price Oollec
tor,of 'lnter Revenue -in the !Third dis
trict of " Ma ly a..„
!;POLITICAL.
•Mittmurl RePubllcan . eonvention: • •
Cll7 Telegraph bathe Puna:wash Gazette.) •
Str...Lotrisi Ju1y , 17.-..Following are the:
additional nominations made by the Radi
cal State Convention •to.clay: -Register of
Lands. Joseph H. -McGee; Attorney Gen
eral,' Wrieo B Johnson; Supreme judges,
Dant* Wagner, Phileinin Bliss, Henry W.
Clover;` Electors at Large, .Gen. Carl
Sebum,.
Col. "lines; District . Electors, Flrit
District, Chauncey J. Pilleyl'Seciond, Ge'o'.
Httsaman ; Thud , E. J. Waterbury; Fourtl4 :
PlM,•Thomas Bassett ,
Lewis Georgian ; Seventh, L. H: Weather..
ly; Eighth, W. J. Wentz Ninth; Theo.: ,
doll , Bruen. , it; • : i
' meeting to ratifytheßepnblican' Aga,
tic:mat - end State noinituitions and.. platform.
will be held Ifeie tolnorrew night., -
conv'enuon:'
LBY releiraD4,tio the Pittetearsai oneetteo
'BRUT NEWS
WW. • I N TOPIMANDITOSSIP.
The ID , ectoral College bill veto bin been
completed and was submittetito thc,Cab.
inet yesterday. _
The Senate has confirmed the action of
the President in removing Collector Calli
cott.
Anthony. Trollope . has returned. to'
England with the-mew postal treaty be
tween the United .States and that govern
ment.
The President has concluded to
.anneint
a Southern lawyer to the vacancy •in the
Court of Claims caused, by the death of
Judge Wilmot:`.
The Louisiana Senatorgarld RePreientar
tives have arrived, and those from South
Carolina were expected yesterday. They
will be sworn in next 'week. "
The tariff bill is 'dead for this session• of
Congress. - :„ -
Mr. Bingham . ,
who has= just returned
from Maine; • is - coolident that State, will
give a heavy , maiority for Grant. -
After Congress adjourns the President
Will apixiint 0. N. Cutler Commissioner t,„,.
• " •
Internal Revenue.
Senator Merton has gone to hikluime- , 16
Indiana.
The North Carolina Senatorkwere sworn
in yesterdtiy.f • • '
Mr. Cattell's temporary loan three' per
cent. certificates bill, haspassed,the Senate.
Glen. Ebwarcrsubmitted a 'partial' report
of the Joint Committee of InvestigathiriCity-:
the ordnance - ; departmenr.. It fewhogiea
some more ithportant,poimUt : of, testimony.,
a vas' mass of which IS submitted and wbe printed.;:'..Thi) report:charges Gen:Dler
with being corruptly , ,,,mterestek in cent
tracts for s u pplying ordnance, and :gives
the evidence of - the late e'lx-Gov. Ford,
who:was attorney for:k .v 0141112 .kind .of
shells,called the ,Amstardam project*,
and - whO' was one': of the'`Owners of It,. to
effect that Dyer,, upon having his claim '
a share of, the:proft, habeitt- thirteew:,per
cent., recognized, awarded a contract ter •-•
them for twenty thousand' ; of theseprojec
tiles for army use. - From Mr. Ford'. evt
dence it appearathat though he and the:',.
other parties claimed to own this shell, and
General Dyer set up a claim as its inventeir;
it had never been , patented, was not-differ
entsfrom other projectiles already in use, • ;
and there was nothing .which, could .be
subjeet to • ownership or diiisioti- ex
cept the profits to be . derived from a dm.-
rupt Leta* of the contract. Mrs.*. A. C.
Dickson, wife of one of these contractors,
Who , Wari rirehent• at 'same of= oftbe interviews
with Ayeretestiftes to the same ,Each'.; it``
Islas° proved that-a company was organ'.
Zed in New York to raise $9,700 in strength'
to :this errangenstent; with •Genekal--Dyeri.
The Cominittee charge- Gen.,, , D9Or• !fitha
making numerous costly experlinenti,
with arms and projectiles since thee:" - wite
with a view,to tuktnlystie einolumentir with
neglecting sud.misrepresenth* useful JUT'
ventlinte, - sitd Mai ibutibithic and bestriiy-,
ing therecords of his'delparntent' and the
`=
to; onceal bluopsratimut.
They submit, fp conclusion. the, following:,
- *.irWeriek . by az/gene/1e of the Uni e ASTak9;:
Ole House oft , ltepresetttatives
.ThatZließreaddenkbe res t regally request
ritaltto rovo, Brevet. Ma or Gitwral -
.Ib3stefrobi tiier 4.`Orditisit*'
• ef tho, , !iilar Department.
Rivera and Weather.
CB7 - Teregiaph"to the Pittsburgh Gazette:
LouiskTtrawi Jnly 17.—The river' is fall
ing with four feet fonr. inches in tbevanal.
Thermerneter 98 degrees inthe shade, the
hottest day of the year. - I,>
Mowroosnurr.- - 17.—T0..t1ay , "
is the hottestday known for .many, yearsh..j.
the thermometer being 104. There was _ one
cane of' innitroke. •-• " • ' ' •
17.—There
thirty-twg =Us.. of annstroke• yesterday,,ii
twenty-one of which proved fatal.
.., ,
. • • Cigeltinati. `Market:" ' ' "
.
IBy Telegraph to thi Pittsburgb Vasesie.} • . • - ,
(hYrourriesi, July /7.--Flour unchanged;::,
good kical demand for fresh ground at,40.60, , , i
, a 9.75 for family;"Old netiected;dould not be
sold but at large reductiotes. • 'Wheat 1 , 1,98 a
, 2,00 for -14 q,. 1 ,red :or, old., Tobacco , d011i.,1
,sailor nfprenrium tobacco not yet over._ Tba,,
:attendance is .very large!. eotton'dUll bitt—
nominally;unchanged.w Whisky dull attZt. , :i e
.to 40 in bond. Provisions dull; no derriand. k
'Mess Pork heldat $2B; Bulk Mesta,. 1a,1a12
`for. Shoulderi • ;And it It= for' Sid es s ' noml-
Tidily, , 43accm is• . being had at :-.l2mailltir
fek t
fora houlders; add 1630170 r blear riband. ,s
clear sides. 'Lard 17,Xc."1112 er Ethic' and
in demand' at rtiallEks : rEggs I egular; aver-. L
aging 16a17c, according to condition. Jislt , ..4
in good demand and the ,pri,cesZa .higher k
at 4tki'par Web ellrir Ohio their ninf Similar.
gradeatt4e supplyisliftri • May r:dult,, brit , -}
unchanged. .I.inseed o steady at ;lA* ;
1,05.' ' Lard oll'dull at 111.80a1;35 ;,for 1•To. A -
and extra. :Petroletini thin' at 115aSto f or. 3
refined free. Gold 14834 buying. . ,::: .. . . ..r
Orleans' Martet s
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NEW OpmaitAuls, July : 17,*-Ootton
,sales 50 biles„thiddling skate; recoppa leak t
hales; rebetpW foir the Week 631 ' bales; ex=
;ports to Liverpool 5 baler.
mei; .00astwthe bllelau.groor.k A 2,84!
'Sterlinglgs
.155)4e158„ Yor/FAglit
etebangs3o ptetninut. C1e=1(1142'54. Mai'
du11;41uPerf113.67.50; double extra SD. CsainlT- )
tall at,popass.,., Oats dull. -Ibt,yl ituithioa t ki
Pork' nominal at VC Bacon_
shoulders 1840.14 c; clear sides 175 4 Eard ail
irregololl tierce 18,019e4 keg 19Ma20c. /.
llama° Ittarket: " '
By Telegraph to theritaturgh easette.l s-
Rni.pAgo, July 17.—Flour dull, and p .:
changed. 'Wheat; buyers and, sellers a
' o n spring; $1,70 offered and II;75- eil;
white neglected. Corn nominal at taloi ,
No 1 mixed western. flats dull aruitir
tug; 'Rye market bare. Mesa Perk $29 for
heavy. •Lard 18a1830.• Freight's 140 for
wheat. lltio Sor corn, and h7)4d for oats
New York.. Receipts—sgem, 4;000 bush;
mite, 02,000 bush. shiprnentarkeitillooo
bush; corn, 48,000 high- OlitS, 85;000 , zs
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fly Takcrarb'sothinetsburiih u J
sratt‘i
'ST. Loutai July. 17.—Mohliccel steady, at
fall. prices.. Flour dull And. ) I Mcbanged; ; it
superfine sold at; 4 1 4 75 : extra.? 5 11 ,24 0 17.%
double extra,' $8,0059,60; • Wheat Aigliedr
armAlad,olosed.. lo o lower prt all *rattorW
lqw
_choice. crime and ohnico, milagsl.wht,tez
f a u so ld a15,05g2,20;' good - spring sold,qt,
it 85. a w n slow. but prices ma utid %. e3 laelir
lxiitell„ sad . YioV **Maw arbitir.legagg---
Oats; old gran ite, r l . 11/04 ! , , 1 ) e F, 1 04 78 1.1 . 11 74r.'
} Oats;
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MEnr*lß July 47.14Cottdit
Illeattn
exports , steak 448. Plonr dalhfliproi ; Y.
tine at star ,60. Wheat ilAfl" 4 `4 11
97=11. l'Oata
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''••• toulirtile Plane r
111,11461644.hiii shiftialittisb
'll,o_lllll%ltijr) , jui3rAtl=TOl of
59 7aftChirafilasta.Vadte„ , Platt;
superfine. jsanee._ nesBA9-1, 1119. 0 5 , 41 t - 71
Corn Oste Meng& ItY9 if4 O T .„..,
flan Francisco Market:
tSi Teltrob to the -rittsUrgh Oasilto•
al7tMowouloo s July 17.-Floor $6,25n
7 ,00* Whilst Grm at Legal atuderlL
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