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TwEl_iv3o 'I2•GIR3CSt N:.
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Proceedings of the 'lLegislitiure—
, ,Eutogies - On. Darwin A. Finney
—The _Manufacture and Sale of
Dangerous. Carbon Oil—Unpaid
Stattoral:i-platlil,natlts to Fed
vial 'aloe ;Coskstitutions,
Relative to Suffrage Recoxu-
MendF4-77falinnssing ; of _Totes
-nt thel tictobeiNSilectiOn=lion.
John Scott Elected United States
Seuator—Daiutphin Count y Dent-
Otttille C011*ellf1011:- ;
tßy Telegraph to the Ilttaburgh Gazette.:
HARRISBURG, January 19,.1839
-EfiRETT pii;senti3d l '.petition from
Pfmn ,"to.ivaMliPt"AAagb*Yv:quaßtY , ;for a
change in ti;te road lawn also, one praying
'kir the likeoiperation or*Alt. , Washington
Mutual BElneXicialfkssopiatiot. ,
• Br Isar. SEARIGHT: ; Encouraging the
construction of lateral railroads. '
By Mr. ERRETT: 'Relative to public
- roacts in Penn township, Allegheny county;
4 incorpi,:;k4ing 7 fthe'".itoi.ini f - NArasktington
Beneficial Society. • _
Eulogies on Darwin - A,.Finne'y, deceased,
were delivered by Messrs. Lowry and Con
BILLS PASSED FINALLY
On motion of Mr. ERRETT, the bill al
lowing the Guardians of the Poor of Pitts
burgh to increase the liabilities of the
•TreSsurer was, passed fine y.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. BRO WN, of Clarion, offered a reso-.
lution instructing the Judiciary Committee
at an early day to report , a bill auttoria
ing the appointment of Inspectors, or other-
Ikble'.prov,iding• for ?tire
~preyentioa. of the
miiinufatture and, sale ',of impropbrlY re
filled and dangerous carbon oil. Adopted.
UNPAID STATE TAX.
Mr. NICHOLSON, Biaver, offered a react. -
lution requesting the Auditor General to
inform the House of the amount of State
tax due by each county on the first a Jan
-miry. Adopted. • - _ •
Mr. MeGINNIS, Philadelphia, offered t
aesolution for four additional page.i.
By Mr!' REA, Erie: Joint resolution re-
Aommending 4 thelatnendrnent.of the:Federal
-cbtlstitntiOn higulating the electlite frau
' chlt4a in 'albStati.g. •
By Arr. BROWN, Huntingdon: Author
izing the Cambria Iron Company to increase
its capital stock to live millions, to acquire ,
additional lands, and to change the name:.
to Cambria Iron, Coal and Steel Company.
By Mr. BURRITT, Susquehanna: Joint
resolution amending the Pennsylvania Con
- atitution.by embracing -universal- suffrage,
*Lite atuA malearid,fordpie.
The bill extending the term of Mr. Peitz,
Receiver of Taxes at Philadelphia, passed
7015 T CONVENTION
In convention of both Houses the returns`
Auditior andliiivoyor ,Grenpials were
counted; - Hirtranrt; for - Axiditor — General,
received 331,410: 13pylp, 8?1,911,
for' Suri:,yor General',' receiVed,'S3l,l26;
Ept, 321,947, • .
The Senate met at three P. 31, to vote for
United States Senator. ,
John Scott received 'severitgeti'votes, and
Wnt. A. Wallace thirteen.
Mr. Wallace voted for Hiester Clymer.
Vo:sr a. •
NeCanils.nd White had.paired
The 'Ffiiiise .a inet — ae three 'o'clock. Mr.
Scott received sixty-onevotes and Mr. Wal
lace thirty-eight. Mr. Neilson, Democrat,
- or Weyneilwaspresent, ,-- bnt did not vote.'
Thei - Democratiegenatorlai' caucus gave
,X4ekaieW /8.,1411/ Wallace ,
t ' , Dauphin Democratic Convention.
-The Dauphin County Democratic . Con
vention to-day, eleuted.-Lawja Heck and;
Stewart Wilson delegifes ed he State Coil.'
vention, instructed for G. W. Cass for Gov-.
ernor, and Hamilton Aldricks, of Harris.
burg, for Supreme Judge.
W est Indies—Resolves of . the Cutians-
The Threatened Attac on ' Puerto
;ER Tel,egraph to the PiDsbargh GaTette.3-
11tvANA - , • -Jazinary.tl9..-:-At a meeting of
the leading liberal Cubans: held yesterdev,
it was i
resolved unanimouslythat Cubans
Shblild - -inaist ; orCtlie: :itittihohly of the
Island; that this-independence granted by
Spain, with all the guarantees necesßar,y
insure its permnancy, would avoid - all the
difficulties and evils which afflict the coun , ;
try. This resolution is regarded as a decla
,zation **the political faitli of r ilhe_liberal
Party; • , •
The Preuza, reviewing an article on the
-subject in the. Verdal, a liberal paper i ; says
If the Cuban party insist on continuing the
fight against,Stoitairir It! ilinst be with tbe
object either of throwing the:lsland into the
arms of the Unieed States, or forming a re
, public separate from ISpain. This renderer
necessary for-Of:pi:finitude. to reduce
them to loyalty by fora' Of Anis.But
should lhe Spaniards be attacks] by' for
eigners, and irerhtxpli by superior force
forced to" leave' the - Island, they' should'
leave it in ruins and ashes.
A letter, • from, the muerte:sil i cone - n.l at
"Tr'envitas,Ndated•thre. 14114, 1 86310 'hews ; had
been received therefrom Puerto Principe
that the r,ebel forces, six thousand strong,
minder General glissade:were advancing on •
- that city, which was defended by Colonel
' 31ena with, a garrison of three thousand
snen. Ample preparations had been made
so receive. the insurgents,• and'the city, was
thorough conditton of z d e fense.
yiew of theintellice •from.aavamo, it
was doubtful whether Quesada would per-
list in his movement. The Spanish Commo
. dote was i rtidentise - conletrepitise any' V- , '
• Seek of 'rebels" (
The Bishop of Havana has sent an Ecole...`
siastic to Investigate the case of the Parish
.Priest of Trinidad. 119 W-111 isll.9u a charge
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[ THIRD 5E3,,i05.1
SENATE: The President's Answer
Concerning His Amnesty—The
House ,Copper. Bill Amended
. . .
aiid Passed: ` HOUSE : '2iesd2rt
tion of' Inquiry Hese' ded
- Printing ,of ,300,000. Copies of
Conimissioner Wells'. Beport'
Ordered—Purity of Elections in
Territoxies—Mulincss- from the
Senate Coinliderod4TlFni*t Pa
-4 is ti
cific Baillro ' ad(ttll4l yTel aph
Bill—The Question of Subsidies.
[By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh fiszette.i • .1
YASi3iGtot7, ' 44llpaiy r), 1869.
ThePre.siaent'sliply to the resolution of
inquiry relative to the amnesty proclama
tion was read.
Mr. FERRY expressed regret that • the
President confined himself to the giving of
-Yrecedentsigiving no light upon theques
ieia - of the right of the Executive to grant
general amnesty. , •
Mr. HQ WE presented a.memorial against
any "further extension of-the' time for the
completion of the railroad from St. Croix
Lake to Lake Superior. Referred to the
Committee, on Railroads. - •,• .
Mr. -- CORBETT preSented a•menierial of•
the - citizens of Washington Territory
against the aubmis4on of the -question of.
the ownership of Sin' Juan Island to arbi
tration, stating thnt..neither the honor nor
the interest of the United States will admit
of fertherfsurreuder i - crf rights.. - Mr. Cor
bett 'said - the views' Of the menicirialist s
were also his own. The..meiriorial was re
ferred to the Foreign COminittee.
.On motion of Mr. SUPER the Com.:
mittee on Foreign Affairs was discharged
from the further consideration of the Mes
sage of the - President:relative to`Wfaire
in Japan, the appointnterit of Mr. Burling.
airie as Chinese ambassador. the act pro
hibiting our repreSentatiyes abroad: - from
wearing diplbinatic costumes, the proposed
amendment to - the law regulating the coolie
trade, and resolution to inquireinto i the de
signs of foreign o*er:sin their govermen
tal institutions on the People Of this conti
nent. •, . - •
'Mr. TRUMBULL Dresenteda meniorial
of the . ..Mayorrind'Cominon Council of Chi
cago. that the_city:be allowed to enlarge its
harbor; and iutrothiced- a bill :to antitorize .
the eulargetant.:-Referred to Committee
on - -Commeree,
Mr. A BBO'DT introdifeed a bill to amend
the act granting lands to aid the construe
ttma of a railroad and: telegraph' line
through Missciurfand .‘Arkanaas to the Pa
cific Ocean. Referred • . ' 11.
- Mr. CONKLI
datory of the actio prOtict rigbta.of set
trial settlers Ppon publiWands. Referred
to - Committeenn Publittlitinds. -
'Mr. 1M.0RT.9;' , .1 introduced a bilfier the
relief of the president and directoraof the
Terre Haute - and Richland Railroad
Referiiid to Poatilffice ComMittee.
- Mr. CON NESS introduced a hallo.: pro
vide for a line.of 'United Steamers between
New York and EuroW-Ileferred tii.Post 7
41r. COLE antrodnced.a .bill• relative to
4.tte securities Of Nationartimikki Referred.
Mir THAYERioffered the 05MM-rig joint
resolution as an amendment to the Consti-,
"No male citizens of the United States,
twenty-one years of age.and.upwards,shall
be deprived'efr the . right to _vote at any
election held by the people of the United
States for national, State or municipal ,
officers, or for representatives in Congress,
unless guilty of crime, of which he has
been convicted bydaw.'.'
• The reselutioe was laidon the
Mr. McDONALD introduced a bill to,com
plete and perfect railroad • and telegraphic •
communication with the Pacific ocean.
Referred to Committee on Postoffice.
The Senate reitimed-the , cdriSideration of
the copper bill.
Mr. SUMNER moved to amend by in
serting sulphate of copper or blue vitriol
among- . the articles on ; which the duty ;
shidild--be pet Tiotind. I Agree to.
Mr. SUMNER nmved to amend by ads -
Witting -duty free sheet copperto be used,
for ttheetdngr, 61i1p14 - . When limported • lu'
Opposed by Mr. CHANDLER.
Rejected-44 MM. . ;
Mr. WHYTE noted to amen' btallow-
ing the importation free of duty of foreign
carbonates,..to,be used-:n smelting., in the
proportion Of one ten to'two t o ne of ,native
Mr. VICKERS- moved to amend the
amendment so as to leave such carb;nates
Still subject p 8 duty of:five - per' cent. ad
Mr: WHYTE accepted 'the amendment,'.
apd then bis pluie,mhp6pt - ,,ss'Jnoollieti, was
Mr. WHYTE offered another amenk
ment, excepting from the provisions of the
bill all copper in course of transit to this'
country and. actually on shipboard on the,
19th day of January, 18614. wile
Mr. WflYs'E movid *to is the time fonc
the eat to 'go into' effectfor 'April
jetted, ten egainet tw,inty-tvro: •
The byl was then passed,' all the Sena
tors presolt - Voting . ln 'the - affirmative es
cept the folloWing: MeSsrs:' Wile*, Dixon,.
Ferry. Fes4.nden.grittiei,McUreery, Sum- .1
ner, Tfuhibull, ViPkerki and
Whyte.„; • . -)
Besides. the Trdvislores , in, „the amend
ments. above reported, the bill ImPoses on .
all-copper 'imported in the form>of ores
three Cents on each pound of tine - copper
contained tbeieltbcentill4egulus of copper
four cents, on each pound of tine copper
contatniscl; 'therein: -oft all old copper; tit,
only for, re.manufacture, four cents per
pound; oniAlltepper In likes, bars, ingots
pigs, and in ether fortes pot manufactured
or hereittenumerited; live cents per pound.
Mr. EDMUNDS moved to take up his
.reildlutiOn in letpad to Wei of the..
national . '
Mr” OCINN,ESS Innit , e4 Executive
Session, which was done at 4:50, and open
afterAhogon4o4*(l42l34.-4'. =^r '
HOUSE OF REPREENTATIVEs.
Mr. PA:' NE ealle& tl & ptteritthn Of, the
House,* a letter i.eceived Ay.bitn from the
Adjutant General of the Army, in response
'to a Oblation:calling liWinformation as to
the nusaber.of enlisted men now serving ;
in Niiginia, Texas and Mississippi., • I tvho•
had been citizens or reildente - Of 'Southern
States, or= find served in the rebel army;.
the A - dilatant General stating - titernitfemo'
means of Piticttringlthelnforination except
by individual -inquiry. - Under • these etr
ourestanees tdr:Paine asked ghat the rat&
be rescinded, and it wits rescinded.'
from the Coinplittee on 'Print.-.
WS, reported a resolutionfoettis printing
of two hundred thousand ctipies. - :pf the
report;of, the Special Ccenmissiong
unnei with suzappendizi fox tho;usto of tips
rir - r L'= 1 •
PITT;I-iit W E t'',S DAY,: J A .INV/1, y-2 0,18 e.).
House. and one hundred ,thnu,mtirl 13ound
copies P.r the Treasury Department.
Mr. KiMLY addressed the House in op
position 'to the• rE;Solution. •He did net
think that the teppit bliould•ieceive;sueli
endorse,menl. Ile did not see how the
Ameriwa Congress. could seud such a re-,
port broadcast over the country. It was a
report full.of. figures/ and so marshalled as
tor leadto -. conclusions false,. delusive' and
damagin to th 9 country/ and dathaging
especial' . todhat scongress which had car
ried the ountrY through the great struggle
throtarh which It 'had just gone. He (lid
novfmea td ev . tile figures, were in them
selves false, ba.thot they were eo detached
from their correlatives as to lead to concht.-
sions utterly at variance with facts familiar
to all. ;The gentleman :wile. had; furnished
the fign es and Made the calculations had
done hi:. duty fairly, but the Commissioner.
ibi,';b4 100 itteto Ili t il: ' utatiiifils arid mar
afalled L lieni I:l:ad . done so, not with' a view
q leacliks.CoVs adr
nthe country to ea=
i.illt4.lil A coin. ~but to ad'Votate a favor
ite theory of his-own, which is at variance
with the true interests of the country. •
to Mari that the gentleman had given away
his case, when he - started sut with admit-
Ling the ganeral correctness of the figure%
Whitt. was' 'that (the gpatliiman
fdund with_ the ; Comnaiwdener's' nepora
matter was contained in a single. paragraph
on page tineenstating that. the cost of
living, food, clothingand shelter of amilies
iq thispoundtry was leventy , e4ght per cent.
illgherlkisti.i.t.was . theryear . before'ths War,
while th.a wages of unskilled labor had in
creased only fifty percent. anx,i. -of .skilled
labor sixty per cent. Was ,Congress to re
fuse to Print that fact, becatise It might not
square with its theories! .
Mr. 4T.ESCKES;favoret/ tire rpsAlutlon and
stailed,hinisell of the optiortuni:y of SiVSWL
tog the necessity of the passage c:tthe
Service bill. .
Mr. BUTLER, Biass.,. said while there
were some of the "conclusions. in- the .Cont.,
missioner's: iieport .ba -Which he did not
agree, still'the fiirness, correctnesteand re
liability o€-the.. statistics were . such as to,
command titteniiou. As to the civil Ser-,
Vice bill, he , could : not believe it the'
panacea for all the evils which it aimed to
" Mr. MOORHEAD said.. he .certainly
would not oppose the printing of theoisual
nurnber,-but be *OOl oppose the printing
of any extra ones.
Mr: ELA saki the resolution was toprint
the tisual uulitlier of copies. There was a
great demand , for . the report. It certainly
contained most' valuable . informations if
the tables were not I arrauged to quit
members, they might arrange, for them
A vote. was taken and 'the 'resolution .
adopted. - • '
The House then resumed the consider-
ation of the bill reported by Mr. Ashley. df
Ohio, tr.om the ',Comtnittee . on Territories,
to preserve a ,purity of , elections iu the
several organized Territories.
1./alegates. CAVA AN AL; BURLEIG
.CLUELLICOTT. argti BASEIFORD - argue.l iu
opposition to the bill as being unnecessary
and uncalled for. - - - IF F • •
9hio, advocated .andde..!
Mr. PHELPS - offered an amendment pro.
viding for representation of minorities,
d - ,FtrgtlsSdi defende of the propcfsitlon.
Tim Ankcid!sientyvasliejeatel-43,t0 '116:
The bill passed-6i to fko. ,
It provides for thp appointment of four
canvassersiq'OaCii`,colitnty,';wo from each
pblitical party, amt .- makes detailed provis- .
ions for thb conducting of elections.
The Rouse then proceeded to the busi
ness on the Speaker's table and disposed
thereof aslollows: ! • • •
Senate - concurrent resointionl raising a
joint committee to revise and fix the pay of
Ofiliers of 'radii 11611564.. PasSed, .
' Selaste'stibStittitif tir'House bilramend a
tory of ati'adt'relatitig 'to' Ahteas corpus„
and regulating Judicial proceedings in cer
tain cases. The substitute 'provides for the
transfer from State. to Federal. Courts of
suits broucht against Express, Railroad
and Steamship C . ompanies etc.,for loss of
pratiirtY:lmantreci caused: by ielato war.
After discussion•the bill was agreed to.
The Senate amendments to the HOll9O
bill; atnendatory to the act of February
17;4861; to tirescribb the trade of obtaining..
evidence in contested 'election cases was
non-concurred'and a Committee of Con
Thb Senate hilt granting lands and right
of way to the Denver Pacific Railroad - and
Telegraph ;Company.was•taken UN - .;
Mr. PRICE, from the Pacific Railroad
Committee,- offered an amendment . to the ,
bill in the shaeelof a new seetion,,that no
subsidy in bonds be issusd 'ler a greater
length of-road-than -fifty-four miles from
the previously. completed terminus of the
road, and hotting in'it shall be construed
to authorize the Eastern Division Corn panyl
to operate or fix the rates ,of tariff for the
Denver 'Pacific Railroad and Telegraph
-'lktriMAYNAßDAnquired 'Whether the
bill could be_ consideted
tieli,Pailsed yesterday, motion of Mr.
Holman? • - • •
The SPEAKER said that was a question
';forlthe abuse, not for the:Speaker.,
Mr. PRICE remarked' the HOuki might
on this bill as on any other light
the hattle as .to subsidies in bonds and
Inougyl -.He presumed there was ;no objec
tion to letting the matter be fully dlsctissed.
Mr. WALKER offered an amendment in
faverof ranking the point of junction the'
Cheyenne Td4 ells.
r..tv WRENCE,' of -Ohio, offered an
amendment. providing that lands granted
should be Sold only. to •aetual. settlers in
quantities not exceedinconotparter and
at totlesali2,so infaeFe.' • •
I ' Mr:UULIAN - offered an amendment to
the same etfeet.
3.1 r. LOGAN offeredatramendmentpro
viding that lands granted shall be subject
to entry at the Government Landodice at
gaj(l per ad d, lie niotiey tulle deposited in
the Treasury of .tbe United States as a
sinking, fund for the redemption or our
chase' 6t the' bolids of the company; Lilacs,
that instead of the issue of bonds of the
United States', the, United States guarantee
the interest on the bonds of the company
to Itiennapurkt of dollars per mile, and
thlit In the event of the company's failing
to pat , the interest when due, the Govern-
Ment'aball htiVe the - right , to , taki posses
eion -of the.roatit-----'
hit:',Dl3l.ANG.79freted an amendment
that. : no eobeidy la. bonds shall be issued
undr thisotch . V the I,ll.o4m.:PacitleCom-.
pany, IlititerriDivh:lon,'until the Company
furnistrrAdepce - i ttk:thelrPreeideot of
the Utilted'StateethWrit tiviliVithin a cer
tain..period complete " ; its ,line by way of
shortest l tiebu r i q a u n t e e '.' o 6
Denver. so as to form a connection with the
,Uninif 'Pacific incisid Weer :Cheyenhe'by the
were 'orderd to
berprinted. ' • • •
Mr. PRlffEileheirineit of the;Picnic Rail , '
lead Committee. eald be bad been instruct
-ed t. 40• the Committee to' have the bill put
• tt pon-itaPpeesagfr,liot'lle'Whe'llinfeelf op—
fp.Oe&rtoiti atrizertiVaii,amiiiitalif one good
thing / eounected with it. The met - at .11ten,_
ver to connect EM with the :Union.
PaAo liallrOsol;,Were :doh)); it. with theirs,
~alay.leyi.ent-tber Mired! by 'this' bill the
::„ittoefer. _Of lendil;grahtild;thrOsiti)hrpw,i
tile "Wilde 'Railroad, Durra - Ditristok,
llttt telted'oh Mitt sub.
silly bad been, he was itifornied, put In the
bill - in th'e Senate by those not really inter
ested id the constru!tibn of the road. The
bill carte from the Senateus a double-ender.
His friend, Mr. ' l ,Vash hu rng, suggested that
one end be taken otf; if the subsidy were
'taken, it would 'be a Meritorious bill, but
with it in it was. exceedingly objectionable.-
WASFIDURN4 , _:,. 111., addressed tile
House in opposition. He ;ciainied that in
subsidy and privilege of lsgiling first mort
gage. bonds the-Vulon,PAeitie. Eastern Di--
vision,' Road,liad been aidectto the amount,
0U36,819,000, or the equivalent of ;89,615
peendie, for what the highest P6ssible ae
tus estimatFA •eoSt. was P),000• : per
giving them .a.,reat• profit of s24t4e - .000, and
that theroad was.bactiyqocated and poorly
built: Muse ddjiturned..
Mr. Lawrence of Ohio, Toted yesterday
:Against lAyfiSil imie the tliblkth e second reso
lution offered by Mr. flolman,triairrat•land .
,841.1.1tdies.; ~111a•vote Waa not reievided.i
U • "S SVITATO,R
, ) ; ; • • •,
LBY TelegiliPb. , to the Pittsburgh , Gazelle.)
Wrtainco , rozo', January .19:,-Sanies A..
Bilyaid was elected,,to-day'.. by the Deila
wpre I,egislatnro. stsArilitsd States Sena
tor, to serve until Marth 4th, and his son,
Thomas •Bayard, for the full term of six
years Trorri that datb. _ • -
LN:nia.s.veoLis, Jannary 19.—The rote in
the Legislature to-day • for United States
Sebator, ' reSult&l' as follows Senate—
Cuniback, _twenty-two; Hendricks. nine
teen;-scattering nine.° - HoitseCuniback,
forty..eight; Hendricks; forty-tlye; scatter
ing.seven. Nine Republicans in the Sen
ate and seven in the klouSe bolted the cau
cus nominations.: • '
Br. Loins, January 19.—The Republican
caucus of the IS'ebruspa:Legislature. up to
Saturday night, Inid failed to nonAtiate a
candidate forlinited States Senat , .r. The
last caucua was to hare been held last even
ing. 111 r. Tipton, the present Inciumbenti
hold*the highest vote, and Gov. Baiter the
next ,highest. . „
.The imestio\l of the election' of spited
States Senator vras considered lu the .ir lorida
Legtslature on Monday.. The lionse'passed
a resolution to enter upon the electlon yes
terday- In the - Senate the resolution , was
defeated, and a motion to reeousldm- also
ALuAsr, January 19.--Renben E. Fen
t-.11 was to-day elbeted United States Sen
ator. The vine in the Senate was, Fsn
ton Itt, Murphy 10. H. S. Ri nditlll,-ea St. LTV
Murphy. In the Assetnbly, Fenton. 73,
. . .
l ito.S - rort January 10.—The following - is
the vot . t fiir United States Senator: In the
Hoube Sumner had 2.16,- Abbott 14. Banks
1. Tit them tun
. ate, Stunner had 37, ..I.b-•
batt.2.. Su ner was therefore-re-elected.
''surnt - troTit.l r '..2. - '
. . ,
CEITCAOO, anuary 1.9-.--,Thls hlorivilg
AlegAtttnoke 'watt re.elecrtid United States
Senator fro, Minnesota by a majtirity of
thirty-nlne,o er C. W. Nash, Democrat.
Sr. Lotn9, January • 'lg.—General ,Carl
Schurz was_eleet.eil United. Statea Senator
thiettnornitig. , :" The entire , Redieal ivofe •of
both ili-msiee was cast for him. The Demo.;
orats_toted for John S. Phalli's.
DETROIT, January 19.--Hon.'7,. Chandler•
was to-day re-elected to the United States
Senate by a . majority of tifty-tour over
S. M. Green,-Democrat.
AUGUSTA, Me., JannaryLlg..,-Hon. Han
nibal Flinalin 'was elected Unite , FStates
Senator by the Legislature.
MADL...ios, January H. Carpenher
Wll3 to-night nominated for :United S.l.,ates .
Senator on the sixth'hailot.
—The Richmond' (Va.) , Conventien• has;
been postponed, till March 17th., •• •
=judge •• Voss, Ass ;ciate Justice of the
Snpreme"Court at 12Iosto'n, died on - Monday.
—At Lewisville, • Lewis, -county, ...New
•Yerk,Rostwick's block, InCludiug 'several
stores, was destroyed by -tire on Sunday,
involving a.losa of $40,600:•.:4 ^ • ,
—The village of A.ngelica, Alleehany.
county, New York, Tuesday morning. was
partially destroyed fireOncludindwel !
.. linAs„stores, offices, shops and barns,' -
—Henry W. Oswald, a Roston I)4:mit-keep
- er', has • disappeared 'with a conshiet•able
'§Utri:Of, 'Money aliegedtO - . belong to the es
tate of his employer, recently deceased,
fire at Macon, Mo., on Sunday last,.
ilestreked the bat andflurstore,Of
brand At Urumpton, and the hardware store
of•• Sager, invOtVitig•aloSsi 0f.516,000.
—Harrison. Shaw was _convicted in the
tnited States SupremeVourt at Neiv York;
on Monday,, of perjury, in. swearing to a
false and matielhus affidavit' against the
character of Collector Holey. , • '
Mayors. were , elected inCanada on Mon
day as follows : G. H., Norman,. of Tot , -
ronto, M., O'Neill, of Hamilton; .19hiso
Christy. of London;' William Robinson, on
Kingston; T. B. Treat, of Ottawa.. .
—The city Of Hartford,..Conn.. has voted,
to subscribe two hundred. ami 'fifty thous
and dollars to tlio stoek of thaConnectletit
Western-Railroad Company, in addition to.
the five hundred thousand already nub- .
scribed. This insures the ebnstruotion of.
1;—On Satnrdak . n lOC litst week oite,
hundred armed men from Pturn , Creek,
eremont county, lowa, broke ,into the Jed
who murdered Holloway at a dance iti his
hotel on the ThursdaY"preyions, and hung
them to a tree about a mile distant„ from
• the town.
—A large• number. of ,Government WU-
Clals'of all °lasso; haVelirrived atHavana
from:Spain, to.oaake• room, for,..tiriforn old
apd tried Public, seryitutu;;,ni j apy of tbcm
Mitive Cubans, have been 'discharged,
causing much phigioleelfug4. Several•at
tempts have been made to assaashl SruM. l
'fah soldiers in the streeta of Havana.
•,..-a,' The Gramet Jury pf Str- I letitis 't3ounty,
Mrihitis - Aland' a'n • indiettnetit against B.
A. Watt, tbrmer Comptroller of the city of
At. 'pulp ) chantingut In ,witk.ernbezzlitig
zsiot - Dimverttng to' him' own hae; while an
officer of the city, bonds add coupons
amounting to 189,400; Also a t 4 141,1 against.
JeatiplODeggendol'f, •pirtsent- tit %• WOW.°
troller, charging him . with embezzlOgi
§29,183 belonging ;to the:city
day, two concurrent retolutions were intro
.duped -instructing the Senatortfand Repro.
sentatives from. that' eta* to4mte--'for the
rePeal,fi s f Alta. Tentueopf.galca' Not; slf3owa
corioffrrent' restaittloif 'Mitt noting Senators
1 . 4 . 0 (Representatives to vote forst' solara-,
..mont oc.tbs,Constitntion,of the linitedStatea
by wliloit mitturalised -citizens , our becorn4'
.941b1e10 the ogles et President:- 'J
r'011;711. oo'czoton. A. 'M.
NEWS, BY CA BLE.
Ttie Al l zbanla Claims Treaty
Analyzed by the Loudon Times
—Favorable . Comments on Na
poleon's Speech--The Confer
ence on the EmilernAnestion—=
- Powers io - Reinain Neutral in
Case Gretre .11efuses ,to Accept
the . Protocea—The Elections in
(By Teleersiob to the Pittsburgh 9letti.l 1
, • GREAT natrma. • •
1.0 r7nort,. January l 9 —The Evening Pall
Dlnil Gaze to hopes the,.Englisin.Parliament
willnot ratify the ..14abarna treaty,, if the
question of the recognitiOn of the Southern
ConfecleraeY hi belligerent* is be be re
Lora:Y:s', .Tmanary Tints tb-day
arialyzis the treaty between Great Britain
and the United' States-for the settlement of
the Alabama claims, and' gives. the follow
ing outlines of its provisions: The Com-
mission is to consist of four memb&s, twn
tone appointed lit England and two by the
United States.. The Commission will hold
its sessions in Washingten. Its• first busi
ness rill be to select an umpire; failing in .
a choice, each side will appoint one, and
then they shall be equally divided they
shall sciect hylot one .of the two umpires
to render a final decislob. One of the sov
ereigns of Europe is to be-selected by the
Conf mission to nr,Mti.ide the Point ot inter
national law, incltreing the question of the
recognition of the got:Ahern States as bellig
erents by Groot, Britain. Eaeh Government
is-to formulate and , advocate the claims of
its citizeni; individual clalmants.will be
heard. All claims must be presented with
in six months• from the first 'day of the
meeting, and ail indemnities are to be paid
within eighteen-monthsfrotothekame day..
One year IA allowed for the ratification rod'
Lorilon journals this morning concur in
praising tne speech. of N apoleon at the
opening of the Fran clo Chat n bers, ass a frank
and transparent expression of his policy,
and as the %Porde of is true , Frenchman ad
dressed to krenclimen. Tlt e Tintea is sorry
that the fabric Of the state which he has
raised is based on personal liovernment and
cannou survi re itsq.naker. I
LON'aON, Jan. 19.:-The 1714Tel:de/co
Berge says the, PrazieoLadop ted.by. the Con
ferenco of _Pavia begins with, a preamble,
statieg;that the reptesentati ves•of the pow
ers who signedithatrt:aty oti . Paris.have mat
te dedne certain. points cif international
law more epeci 'a2,er and. preotsely. • The
document then nroeveri is : to: - declare ,
that to' encourage —insurrections with
in or priyateering„,. anti f, expe
ditions agaitiat tarritorit •tit- of friendly-
States is a violation or' in teinational
When the-Protocol Ma been 'signed by all
the • powers participating Is • the •Confer
ence it will be offered. to G recce for' signa
ture. 7if Gree?. signi, thi Sublime ' Porte
will withdraw her reltimat um. If she Tefe l
ses, the-great powers, wit 1. remain neutral
find allsw eventa trotalte t heir course.
MADRID, , J111131.182,y.. 19. —Returns of the
elections for. the Corti .s • show an over
whelming majority in favor of a monarchy:
The Raptiblicans have carried Seville,. Elar
celons, AticAnte, Saragossa and some other,
cities. There ,be about one hundred
Republicans !utile , new; - Cortes. .
LONDON, Inn. 19.--lWaila from Rio Janei
ro have reazherl !pinion. They contain
news-of the victory of 'thelillieB at Tallefa.
FINANCIAL. Asti COMMERCIAL.
AIDON Jhnuai , y g.L-donsols
are quoted: at 023 g, Flie-Twentles, 743‘.
Stneks-:-Erle, - 28. 1 4.' Illinois Central-93.
FEKIIKPORT, Jalallftry 19.—Bonds firm at
79, 4 `,..®79%. • , • •
Jarmery 19.--;;Bottrse is firmer.
Reutes, 74 francs, 12 centimes. r
LIVERPOOL, January 19.- r -GAton. dull;
INfiddliag'l7plands, 4'4(64%1: Orleans, 11
©1 sales 19,00 Q, ` California Wheat
—white sold at lls. 6 , 1.Cu115. 9d; red west
ern, Os; rcl;glsr. 9d. - 11our, 265. Gd. Corn,
3,:5.@365: for' old; 84s:Cei4;. - 6d. for new.
Oats,. Peas and Barlf.)l7 remain unchanged.
Bork, oos. 6d. Bash • 1555. Lard, 72a.
Cheese,„ 715.. Bacon, 575. .; Spirits Petrol
enni, 9d..; refined remains, unchanged. Tai
l Ow. 460. „,
LoNnorr,,Januai, -, l9,SpiritsTurpentino
,'sells at 31s. TallOw, 474. 6d. Sugar, and
e Linseed are unchanged.'`' ;
I • Atiawunt), Jandary lib.--Petroleum sells
at 57?4@5& •
January 19.—Cotton, 133 francs,
on snot, and.l3 s ,franm afloat.
ECANns; January , 19.--,Evening.—Cotton
.closed unchangorl for trea ordivaire; low
I‘,liddlings, to carive,. 12.1 francs.
tidy i'elecraph to the ribtsburgh Ghttette.l,
/Chni Our.'4Atiti, January ',10.-SenatOr
Catupbell; Clutifinan of .the Committee of
Peace and Order; - y.esterdait' introduced a
resolution-direett3tg that the Presidential
electors rtk.eiving*niajority in twenty-six ,
parishes and dergated ,- trytits Committee to
have had &peaceable and. fair election, be,
requested, to meet on the 2ith inst. and cast'
Ibe eleetoral.voea Of the State for President.
The resolution was referred, to : the .Judiche t
ry Committee. t.The-objeet is to have the
voteof,4o Siete:east for Gen-,Grant.
Col. Casey, twotliec-in-law to Gen: Grant,
eft for linishanpitpn'Sa,ttirda.y. Tuts spid, he
Will beilin epplieant ferithe pAleetorship OF
the Tortsiitiwier'Solinsott if rease of 'Fralerix
rejeotiodi;e&l so told oeirr huder Grant.-. ;
ICouresslan of Assaatautkna . Considietois: '
CBy Teleitntpli to tboTittstiurgtvillitette.
• linwOrtnur, - „Tandary 10:-I•The'cOnfessiisna, I
tb.rno.hirand •Aizerott v two or the pariiea
to the ohaplraey whielt results& in: he as
apasinatiow of rresident.-Liticoln; are :nOW
pr,,the hot Awe,: , The 'Conies
pion Of Arnol4. tr
wax..,ugie, yo)nnttwily in
Baltimore ttie An t;11. 18 in the
office 'Marshal Itierhail. anti , that of.r Atterbtt ohthe.
• night•hefore , hie &metaled:- f
• ...Threeriegra tniiltiainen 'Who hit week •
outraged Mrs. MeGen' , an& 74.11tiathilloway..
'afteriloi3ni• by tnider. Of tend Willis]. :The
youngest. •fafglite:girls outraged on Friday
,night..ia ;reported ,dying t i thn., injuries re,
eetVod. The natueslOt 4satitlzens shot by
the riAltikatT . .ra j aeh 411laynia,mu Saturday,
; watt% 44,,M04,1,11.5tex i ,',W5n. Rise and Geo.
fl; Ilarney,tie latter laid AO be a nephew
gi Uag Of Gemal Urmmey, V.
N 5 , ') f)
Conference. of Senators Dbie
River Bridges—Grant used` the
Colored .RaceiLTJeaties Before
the Senate—NationalWoni .
IMights Canrention. - ,
[By Telegraph to the Pittsbhrgh .azette.
WASIIINUTON, iapUary 11), 18439.
CONFERIINeII OF SENATORS.
Tlie Senators a conference.this.tprn
ing on the bill relating to the hrying of the
Francry-..-Itnerican table, but came to nocon
• - .• SEPRE3LE COLTRT. '•
In theSnpreme Court of tine UPited Mates
to-day, on motion of Mr. Carlisle,John
'Harlan', James B. Beck and B. r-r. Bristol],
of %entrellly, were admitted to inmetteo as
attorneys and counsellors in pis Coup.
The House Committee 'on Roadsand Ca
nals will tc.morrow examine Witnesses for
the purpose of ascertaining wtietherf the
bridges over the'Ohio River are constructed
in accordance witb' law and are obntruc-
Hone to navigation.
SENATE EXEItI.:TIVE .
The Senate in Execntive.;saiskin to-day
confrrsned oniv one nomination, that of
L. IT. Waldfieci, .Postinaster at Portland,.
Oregon. They considered a shott
riod.lh , e three treaties With tireat Britain.
The treaties were referred to the Sam-.
tnittee on 'Fore4M Relatiotth and ordered -
printed. An objection- was Interposed to
taking final aeDion at this time, as some
_portion of them were psepared froz- - t tele
grams, and it was deemed, best to watt. for
copies to' be received by ocean Steamer.
WONEAN . B PZGHTS,CONVESTION.
The 'National - Woman's Eights. Conve—
ntion aisembled to day. ..lbout sixty dele
gated were present. Senator - Pomeroy of
Kansas, called the Convention to order and
cislivered an address.Exception - was.taken
by several delegates to a portion of the
prayer by P.ev. Dz. Gray; 'which_ spoke or
woman as from- the/rib of man, When all
history and the Bihle proved,her his equal.
Lucretia .lott was chosere - Presitlent, with
qUite a - number of IricePresidents and See- .
retaries. Resolutions were offered declar
atory, of their / -principles. ,
C4E:CF.RAL GP4INT AND THS COLOR'S 7- RACE-
This rnerniwr ' the Committee of the
Colored ,Men's National Conventiob, re
cently In 'session i 73 this city, called on
General Grant by appointment. ~11. r. Lang
ston, 'Chairman of the Committee, ad
dressed the General, who replied as fol
loWs; "I thank the Convention of which•
yOu are the, representatives for the coal
/deuce they have expressed,. and I hope
sincerely that the colored :people may re
ceive every protection which the laws give
them. :They shall Irave .tiay `efforts to se-
cure such protection. They should prove,
by their acts, their advanoment,' pros
perity and . otiediende Et) the laws, worthy
of all the privileges the Government has
bestowed on them, and by their future con
duct prove themselves ,deserving of all
they to* claim."
- Markets by Telegrapb.. ti
NE,w. 011.r.X.ANS, Jau,l9.—Cotton unsettled_
at 2'7,ic fOr mtddlingsf sales"2,loo bales,
G - re
ceipts 1,057 bales; exports 5,045 bales: old
135,5. Sugar active; common 13V,c; prime ,
123.;;a3c; - 'yellbW clarified 14 c., Molasses
active; common 58a60c; prime t7assc; choice
71a72c; Pioar emier; stMerfine•-$6,75a6,97;
double extra $7,25; treble. extra $7,50af,12.
Corn—white 78e; yellow &/C. Pats easy at
67a68c; -Efay dull"and'-unchanged! "Pork
active and advanced to SM:. Bacon firmer;
shoulders 1,4%c; clear ribslB;6c. Lard firm.
at 10c; for tierce 20Vitlle: Whisky dull
and unchanged.• Coffee: firmer; fair
1534 c; prime , , • '.s -
Cuicaao,January 19.—Erenfag.—At, the
afternoon board Dio, 2 spring ,Wheatruled.
higher, selling at $1,12Na1,15; in tn .- even
lug, at $1,13a413%, closing 'firm. "Nothing
done in Cora or Oata. Provisions w.era ac
Mess Pork sold; seller for, April3oth, buyer for ir_onth,'s29,so: herd V. 3 . 19,25.
a 20,60, cash. Lard held at 19c. • Dry salt.
Shoulders 12y 4 c.
BLTFFALO, dannary 19.—Plour neglected.
'Wheat weaker and held at $1,40 tor'No
Chicazo. Corn dull at 77a78c on track for
new. :Oats dull at 65c on track and in store.
Rye nominal. Barley firm and' dull at.
$1,95 -for ' common, and $2,05' foechoiee..
liligjawitissponajnal at sl.' ,
NftSEEVILLE . ,' j4puary Cilttou
maqiet is drooping; low middlings sell for
273 , 1 ; c; Bond lordinziry
Simi'. engraving is now almost a lost art;
thre is scarcely any demand for it; and the
wood cuts of the day are'eltheraver-laioreti
to an excessive degree ifir 'dashed off with
ostentatious slovenliness. The artista/take
a delight in outraging proportiorr. They set
two gigaptic gawky, figures in, front 0,1 the
picture; dwarf trees and libuseS to' the size
Of &Ms* playthings; bestowas much labor
in the delineation of alady'sichignon hs in
depicting her, face or figure; and, while
leaving us in the dark as to what she is
doing, saying or-thinking, make us' painful
ly conscious of the pattern of her lace dollar
or the cut et her balmoral boots. ;.
, , .
A FE:W 'days ago the dattgbter a
Tate,'-reSiding at Fort . Edward; New York,
the& in. That village, and the body; prepared
for burial, was placed.on the Rensselaer and
Sar.atoga cars to be
for interment. Instead of plaChig the coffin
containing it ilk ihebaggage ear; it Wds de
.posited on the front platforr,a.:of the car,
nektto Abe ongine.
.Puring the trip down
from' Saratoga, a spark from, the lobourtive
lodged upon the pine bok iitelOimg the.
coffin, and the Wind created by tho passage.
of.the.cara sqon fanned it into a thane, ' , near , .
y . destroyinkthe bok. and coffin .
Trts-Arnerican'origin of in inventfon is
now a recommendation Europe, where
many of. these inventions are in; successful
operation and large fortunes have been real
ized,by their introdiction.. Idr. 'Bessemer
iferiVesimi arinnsit income of about . V.,000,.-
000.froin. his British, steel patents, road the
patentee of a device for -dressing milDstones
by, a revolting Alumna, Is retgined over
‘IcAAOO,OOO the 'first year of patfmt. % The
ate of =todiardond for - t ads Parrtose is an
Aniestican-inirention t and the kStlintited val
ue thgk exclusive right. Fingland, for
tin years, is s3,ooo s ook
TirelThatoniFarmSchobl fin Thompson's
ittaoiChester Bay, 'Aupportsfibout a
11,uudred.,poor ',1) 41 Y4s .4 1 . 1 lout twenty-six of
vaiOm ire",elther erphani or hallophatte
'Their"'eVerfagti is--twelie - years and two
:morithi,)atitthey retalin at-the school five
or six years. The ins'Atution was removed.
to its,.present,locatlora. 111,1835, when there
were but ' 'tidy boys in the school- •It was
Tonfided in 1814, nod Is - the:Oldest establish
ment of the" kind in-the'liitate. Theodore
Lyman, . who founded the :State : Reform
Sch°°llacWa§t4Ore, took - theFermisch ool ..
for LIS Model% •