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LOUVITIIMI coven 10,880 acres.
Narmsow i Investing in 5 20's.
Kosstrrn Is going back to Hungary.
KIINTUUNT has 10,000 stand of arms.
• Elltarllcai wants a bigger State.nouse.
Cow MUFFINS —ragamuffins in winter.
New (umane has been having Carlot
MAYSVILLE., Ky.,istohMTe a Baptis.
ATLANTA urchins are indicted to sling
BiLTIVORR police lately broke tap a
RITICERAY accident—elopement or
ME jockey Clue perfame—horse rad
A. coLomcw °MIAS Studying law in
GALVESTON is shipping last year's ice
from Boston.- -
Tnav it? ., now planting early vegeta
bles in Ali %ma.
CHICAGO .hts 90,000 voters and only
10,000 tax pavers.
Mrettaxicavowx bad ten inches of
anew the other day.
Tex Japtineee colony in California is
jimporting tea plants.
Locraraxa editors ere toped their heads
together on the
. 2.4 th.
Fax - xxxxxx new churches were Militia
79suieville during 1869.
COCK moans° is the ' , particular wan.
Sty" of Frankton; Sy..
Vanworr girl laced her breast bone
into her lunge and died.
CHANDLER thinks Fitz John Porter
ought to have been hanged.
WICKED New Orleans boys muddied
Mn. Dr. Walker's pantalcona
MACHINES for the manufacture of ice
are being erected in Galveston.
'Coot —the attempt in New. York to
contend against the ice dealers.
Bowt.nco Gamut, Kentucky, has just
attained the luxury of gas light.
Tug Louisville Commercial is among
the best of our Southern exchanges.
A liisitrins paper Lae a column of tit
bits headed ...Feminine Items."
Itsnwo waited on the Prince, the
Prince will now go and see the Monarch.
nuns that never falls—the miller's;
be can always grind his teeth.--Puaeh.
Coconino offeri 0,000 reward for the
first artesian well sunk in the Territory.
• Tim PadaCab rolling mill bu impend.
ed opecodons on account of the scarcity of
)fns. Wasirnonsw to credited with a
greater diplomatic BUCCUJI than ter hus
Tim. aisles of the church are now strewn
with flowers at nobby New York wed•
CILMESE coin is becoming a circulating
medium in some Northwestern lowa
11.1.mois Janata decide that beta can
be collected of stakeholders by islarune
A sTAN in' Albany is making hlmsel
miserable, walking one hundred hours
nor of nine years has gone to the
penitentiary in Brussels for attempting to
7411 his mother.
A Ricusioxn, Inn. clergyman has
left town. TheAesigning girls name is
ens.= and purple are the new dyes for
the hair in which the Paris cocottes ap
pear on the Bois.
A Derain out West had to give In the
other day; a lad wanted a new set of teeth
put in a dup . comb.
A emu:limn woman in Baltimore bad
Ler hands meshed while picking cog, and
• died of lockjaw.
A cnOtrri old bachelor Bays ne thinks
We woman, and not her wrongs, that
onght to be redressed.
Monger clergymen in London preach
minted sermons. Dishonest persona buy
or borrow manuscript..
Llnctrittrroa loafers are condemned to
the chain•gang, provided, we suppose,
they have black skins.
WANT of Information : Lopez doesn't
know when he is beaten, nor the allies
when they have conquered.
Form bears were kliled.reamtli near
Saeger's mills, Allegheny cotinty,•Mary
land, by a party of hunters.
(invins.T. ladies in Detroit have peti
tioned-the City Contiell to appoint Lucy
M. Arnold, M. D., City Physician.
A Cliental:art woman has brought snit
against a ruffian of that city for "kick.
lag her Sixteen feet over a hydrant." •
On Wednesday last snow to the depth of
Breen Inches fell upon Mount Ararat, on
the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad.
Mums breaking is practiced extensively
in the streets of Montgomery, Alabama,
much to the disgust of lady pedestrians.
Yartz's friends talk of making him
Governor of Alaska, now that whisky is
prohibited there, as the only means of
Tien Ohio Legislature has been petP
tinned to prohibit the use of tobacco ex
for "mechanical purposes." That will
cut off chewing.
CONSIDIVATIVE New- Orleans papers
scorn the idea of common schools for
white and big& children, and exclaim:
Tan story 'of Dr. Ltvingstone's death
at the stake originated a year previous to
the date to which we pewitivelistelll-
I genec of his safety.
Tim mamma who had bars pat wogs
. the nursery windows protect the chil
<tree, rays it does AT.it hinder them frons
...falling out." —Judy. -
A Tnxes farmer indiscreetly talented
for help as the Indians were preparing to
carry him off prisoner, and they left him,
but without his scalp.
Peri. DE CAesdoNAC advises Napoleon I
to rob the revolutionists of their war.
song by making the Marsellaise again the
national hymn of France.
Boman tor* with truffle! was much
in demand at a recent Washington ban
Anet, being mistaken by members of the
house for hog's head cheese.
A- YELLOW in Michigan, earns his
drinks by swallowing tom-penny nails,
The liquor out there is strong -enough to
dissolve them and prevent injury.
Pons boarders at a honie In Bartfori
marry 841 years of age among them. It
Is safe to say they have not lived that
• length of time in a boarding house.
A If urruckr sheriff has - levied on a
Number of cars belonging to the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad, to secure taxes due
. !tiate amounting to about $ll,OOO.
Von u ‘ . temern the Berlin oculist, Is in
feeble heavy ; bat Is not likely to die
poor. Ile made . ' W i nn° . °"n* in lirecent
professional visit 0 , ...lc days to Vienna
Ton New York sieves. Regiment huh,
paid the last Installment of
Ward, the sculptor, for_ the typ..
can: soldier, to be placed in the
TIM area of freedom for women is
daily spreading. A. woman is the official
reporter of the January term of the Bu.
prattle Court of Maine, and doing good
Fon every deathcommunity there
are two persons constantly siek, smiler
every person who dies there are twenty
_ woven who suffer from attacks of tempo.
TILERS were 9,072 mules brought to
Atlanta, Ga , during January, of which
over; 2,000 were sold In- that . market..
Prices, wholesale, ranged from SIOO to
V4O per head.
LOUD calls come from American resi
dents in Paris for - some one to Ittersent
. over there to negotiate a postal twit) , who
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knows the language and the government
usages of France.
EvantrnoDy In the Chicago Common
Council, Monday night, called everybody
else a liar and a knave. The limes says
it wu en ocennence In which there waa a
vast deal more truth than decency.
A. MAN lov6l by a beautiful and vir
tuous woman, says George Band, carries
a talisman that renders him Invulnerable;
every one feels that such a one's litikhu
a higher value than that of others.
A MAN in Neff Orleans accuses his wife
of perjury in swearing that they were
never married. She excuses. herself by
saying that she "never thought her hus
band would be tool enough to go to work
and prove it."
now could the Intimate interdependence
et husband sad wife be signified with
more exquisite delicacy and truth than In
the word which names the bond of their
union. Each is the chief servant of the
other, fulfilling offices that anybody else
would consider degrading, and hence
theirs la called the high menial relation.
Olga of thosehanghty Southern women
who fled to Brazil when the rebellion was
crushed, has written back a heartfelt ap•
peal for aid, saying: "If the American
Government means to take us home,
hurry and do so, or it will have the dying
curse of starved Americana. For God's
sake take the unfortunate, deceived peo
ple out of here .while they are able to
IN Paris they new call Cocottes "Frost
Satuvu-Brative's library has been ap
praised at 90,000 francs.
Tun 8.114 of Saxony is suffering much
from dropsy of the heart.
Two TIM Ma of the French, Prussian
and Austrian Cabinet Ministers are bald.
A amour, firm in Paris hai sold two
hundred thousand photographs of tie
AMERICAN newspapers have now a
much larger circulation on the EurOpean
continent than British journals.
EIGHTS-TWO murderers and murder
esses will have their hauls cut off In Ger
many during the month of March.
Wiresn's Illustrated Leipzig Gautta
bas a circulation of 52.000 copies in Eu
rope and 3,000 in the United States.
JEMMY LIMO'S eldest daughter who Is
being educated for the operatic stage, is
said to have as fine &voice as her mother.
ROCIIZFORT has paid all his fines,
amounting to eleven thousand francs, but
he will have to remains good while yet in
Swingrosrs, - Disraeli and John Blight
have been elected honorary members of
the Academy of Sciences at Lemberg in
Samoa Ezfrtio CASTEL/01, the eloquent
libel:der of the Cortea , Madrid,
at wo upon a history of the Spanish-
RSTO n oflB6B-70.
Tan Stuttgart Illustrated News, Ueber
Land and ]leer, circulates 60,000 copies
on the European Continent,7and 7,000
copies in the United States.
Tug bogus son of Napoleon I, at
Berne, in Switzerland, was some time
since ejected from the house of the
French Enalatuador in Berlin, and or
dered by the police to leave that city.
ONE of the daughters of Donizettl, the
illustrious composer of -"The Daughter
of the Regiment," "Lucia de Lammer
moor," and "Lucrecia Borgia," is a
schoolmeasn at Novass, and the other
keeps a coffee house at Brescia.
Ton Duke de Cadore is dead. He was
the oldest son of M. de Champagny, one
orate Ministers of Napoleon I, and the
brother of Count Franc: de Champagny,
of the French Institute, author or the
Tire. local editor of the Paris Reform
addresses the following impertinent toes-
Lion to the Emperor Napoleon The Third:
" Bonaparte, your motto at the present
time, as you say yourself, is !Pe regards,'
(I am looking on.) If you are 'looking
on," why the devil do yon always keep
your eyes two thirds shut?"
Nunn ELsossaraux, the great ex-Edile
of Paris, emphatically denies that he has
made money during hie administration of
the Seine Department. Ho asserts that
be is now worth lets money then when
he was first called to Parte to take charge
of the oflice in which he has-become so
famous. - The Paris Berea, which pub
, fishes this denial, briefly adds to it, "a
Twit salary of - the - Pena correspoadent
of the London Times has been very ma.
I tensity reduced. When the former Paris
correspondent was informed of the Wen•
lion of his employers to give him only
two thousand pounds a year, and not
allow him anything for house and °Mee
rent, and only to pay his carriage bills,
hereafter, be immediately telegraphed to
London hat be wouldresiga his position
rather than submit to such terms.
Wiwi the rutin murderer was first
broughtto Paris he was taken - to the Con.
clergerle, but after his trial he was sent to
the prison of La Rcquette. When be
first learned of the Auteuil tragedy and
the imprisonment of Prince Pierre Dona,
pane in the Conciergerie, he said: "What
a pity I have been transferred here; we
should have been such chtima" "Nis.
ensile!" exclaimed a horrified warden,
"you have murdered seven or eight peo
ple; Prince Bonaparte has only killed one
man." "Well," responded Trani:num
with an Indescribable 'laicals, "I ace not
prond I" • _
Hang is the ateount which the young
wife of M. Emile 011ivirr, the French
Prime Minister, gave to one of the edi
tors of the Courtier des Deux Monde:
about her courtship and marriage: "I
came tothe watering.p . lace, and he eanie
to the watering - place; WßA Stile and he
' was great. Next year, when I was again
at the Watering.place, I had grown e
little, and he was greater. In the third
year, when we met again at the watering.
place, I was nearly grown up, and he
was greet—great enough for two. Be
drew me up to him, and, 0 happiness, I
beams his wife." •
CnowN Puritan LOIIISA.of Denmark,
daughter of the Kinfot Sweden, Is said
to be the loveliest heiress of a crown in
Europe. Herhusband the Prince Heredi
tary of the Island Kingdom, however, Is
not Ciftly personally of very indiCerwt
sappearance, but is also noted for his
sipated habits and the large amount of file
indebtedness. He is said to owe more
money than he can pay even after ascend.
bag the royal throne of Denmark. His
father, King Christian IE, who lei gentle
man of very exemplary hsbits, in times
gone by, repeatedly threatened his way
ward eldest son that he would atlantic:it
i f he did not mend his ways, and be
was n hopes that h e Crown Prince's
marriage to the lovely Princess of Swe
den would cause tha young man to turn
over a new leaf; but these hopes have
not been fulfilled. The Crown Prince.
'on the contrary,_ prefers the company of
the fast women of Copenhagen Is that of
his young consort, and few 1004 pass
without his coming home ins state of in.
Convention of. Tenneosee Colored Man.
IBr Teas:lna to the lentebureellasette.)
Febniary 2t.—A Maven.
lion of colored men. rePrelenting every
poet of Tennessee, met in this city to
gay. Nothing beyond organisation Woe
done. Tbo object of the Convention is
InnentignUon of the condition of the
4elpress people and the adoption of moss.
• for fdprOYeMent. pis • very re
tiopal Conventlon of Ten-
. ^: zilitli
17" t'enClUdod /Maori and will
Gas 'Sapience at enitadelphia.
TeloorsDlX b Os eflotaugh OrzeUi.3
an OxbibMon of, VOlOlvfog Views ' , n u
Tableaux for the benefit of the News
boys'. Blume, at Horticultural of this
evening, a terrific expiation of , gas.tund
in the exhibition occurred, ahattering
sixteen windowr, and Injuring some of
the audience by tplintered glans. Great
eXoltorOont was. caused. Several ladles
faloted,belt file audlenee euiped 'further
SENATE: Fifteenth Amendment
Ratification—Case of Fitz John
Porter —Abolition of Freed
men's Bureau—Bills Relating
to Commerce Passed—Air Line
Railroad Bill. HOUSE: Vari
ety of Bills Introduced and
Referred—lncrease of Currency
$50,000,000 Deemed Expedi
ent—Political Disabilities Bill
Reported and Passed—The Sale
of Cadetships—Resolution Ex
pelting Mr. Whittemore,
her from South Carolina, Of
fered and Discussed.
(By Telegraph to fts IlltlabarghGasetta.]
WASSINGTON, Feb. 11, 1670.
Mr. WILLIAMS Introduced a Joint re
solution declaring the ratification of the
Fifteenth Amendment by the requisite
number of States. Referred to Judiciary
Mr. FENTON introduced a bill far an
American line of mall and pusenger
steamships between New York and
Scandinavian ports. Referred. •
Mr. CHANDLER offered a resolution
instructing the President to communicate
the recent correspondence in his posses
sion relative to the case of Fitz John Por-
ter. Re hold in his hand an appeal to the
President Mrs re-examination of the
court martial in the case of Porter. and
In answer to the statements of that piper
he proposed to vindicate the truth. of
history, while witnesses were yet living
. who would testify in its cause. One of
General Porter's reasons upon the trial
for not moving his force forward was
that the enemy were in great force In his
front, as was shown by clouds of dust
In the direction of Gainesville.
Gen/ Porter now claimed to have new
evidence. So bad he (Mr. Chandler,)
fresh evidence, for. the official dispatches
of the rebel General Fitz Hugh Lee ex
plained that the clouds of duet referred
to were caused by Job Stuart's cavalry,
with a lot of horses having brushes tied
to their tails galloping down from Gaines
' villa. Mr. Chandler charged, upon the
statement of his Informant, who was a
I reliable gentleman. that while the trial
was actually in progress Porter used this
I language: el was not, true to Pope and
there is no use denying it!" He claimed
faithlessness to Pope meant trench.
ery to the Government, and all. the
dreadful struggles which followed that
period of the war, all . their dreadful re
sults, were In some measure attribrits-
Ifle to his treachery.
Mr. WILSON spoke of Porter as an
accomplished and able general, who
commanded the best awes of the best
army in the country ,
. god who rendered
great service to the country at Hanover
Court House, Gat Mill and Malvern
Hill. While he - Mi. Wilson) did not
see how the con - martial, with the evl
dance they had, could have returned any
other verdict -than that they did, he
ught on the statement that new evi
d ce had boon discovered that would
e lain Porter's action, and perhaps ant
p stify ft. that he should have a new
art .or in some way anew examination.
He felt that any man who bad stood on
the battlefield in the rebellion and given
aid to his country, ought to be righted if
he had been wronged.
The resolution was then withdrawn by..
Mr. PATTERSON, from the Committee
on Retrenchment, reputed with amend •
meats the bill to abolish the freedmen's
bureau and to provide for a bureau of
education. Toe bill provides that the
present duties of the freedmen's bureau
relating to the collection and payment
of bounties, shall be discharged by ofli
ma of the War Department, selected by
the War Department. The War Depart.
moot Is also to take charge of all pro
party now under control of aforesaid
bureau, except such property and funds
as have been appropriated for the par-
Deus of education, which shall be trans
ferred to the bureau of education, tee
gather with the clerical force now em
ployed therein. The bureau of educe
tion is authorized to co-operate with any
other educational organizations through
out the United States, for the establish
ment and maintenance of schools for the
edocatioo of all classes, and may take
emersion of all funds and property
heretofore conveyed by the freedmen's
bureau for such purposes, which may be
attempted to be diverted from the ode- 1
nal purenae and Intention.
Mr. WILSON, from Committee on Mil-
! itary affairs, reported, without amend.'
month, the lionsejoint resolution relating I
to: the construction of the Rock Island !
Ale° Howie joint resolution donating I
captured cannon for the construction of
e monument at Went Point.
Mr. CHANDLER introduced a bill ex.
tending the time fur the completion of
the Flint A Pere Marquette Railroad,
Mr. HOWARD introduced a bill to es ,
tablish a territorial government far I
The Vic* President announced that he
would be compelled to be absent one
week from to day, when Senator Antho•
ny wu deputed to preside temporarily. I
Several bills from the Committee on
Comments were passed, inducting. the .
House joint resolution to sell or ex
change the custom house site in Nuh-
ville and obtain - a more suitable location.
I Bill giving tho consent of the United
! States to the erection of a bridge serene
the Delawareriver between Philadelphia
I and Camden.
Bill to provide for the better security
of the lives of passengers on board vea
eels propelled by steam. It requires that
I every steam vessel of over one hundred
tons, carrying passengers or freight,
' shall be supplied with double action
steam pumps as means of exhausting
leaks. which shall be operated independ
ent of the machinery of the vowel, and is
amended to allow the partial use, In lieu
of life boats, of life rafts and 'Lille mat
tresses with bread end water camped,
Bill amendatory to act fixing rules end
regulations for preventing collisions on
approved April 29th, 1861.
Rill to reorganire the marine hospital
sorvioe and provide for the relief of sick
and disabled seamen.
Mr. MORRILL. (Me..) from the Com;
mittee of Conference on the bilisupPlYlog
deficiencies eppromiatlows for the
naval service, made a report Axing the
whole amount of the appropriation at
112.000,01:22, which was concurred tn.
Mr.RIIMNER announced that be had
received for presentation to the Senate a
beautiful volume -containing the Lord's
prayer in one hundred different lan.
genes. Se moved it hp received and
deposited In the Congregational Library.
Mr. WILSON introdtltied s joint retro.
lotion, directing that no speech not sc.
Wally delivered In Congress be printed
In the Globe, which wee Immediately
The bill to prizogrve the harbors of the
United Slates against encroachment was
taken OP. -
Mr. STOCKTON opposed the bill
tuutanstitutionsl,,and asked that it be
Mr. CAMERON also opposed the bat
and Mr. CONKLING advocated it, when
It was laid salde.
The till to promote • commerce be.
tween the States and cheapen trshaPor•
tett= of melte, sta. barer the
and Washington Air Line Railroad
was taken up. -
Pending its consideration. the Senate
went Into executive session. and shortly
1:10USE OF REFAESENTA
The following blue were Introduced
To pay loyal entrenti or Tennessee for
property man. for" the use or the Quer°
itilthorinton the isle or a portion of
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PITTSBURGH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1870.
Fort Leavenworth Reservation to Kan
sas Agricultural and Mechanical Aeao•
elation for fair grounds.
For settlement of expanses of Montana
for troops In 1867.
Creating office of Government arctd-
For an appropriation for the harbor of
Port Washington, Wis.
For the erection of public buildings in
Granting aid for the construction of a
railroad from Vallejo to Humboldt Bay.
To logaltas the proceedings of State
To settle the title of the' govern.
ment to an island in San Francisco Bay.
Abolishing the bureaus of Education
and Freedmen's Affairs.
To remove political disabilities in States
ratifying the lath Amendment.
Granting unsold lands in Missouri on
the let of January next to that State for
Inooritating the Mississippi Valley
Land an Ivor Improvement Company.
Regulating foreign and coast trade on
northern, northeastern and northwestern
Making it a misdemeanor to fit out or
equip ships of war, or sell or furnish
arms or munitions of war with intent
that they bo employed In the service of
any foreign province or State to commit
hostilities against the people of any
province, district or colony who are in
sotto of armed huiurrection against any
province or State, and providing for the
forfeiture of such ship or vessel.
Authorising the Secretary of War to
repair a break in the canal at Harper's
To abolish the °Rice of Penalon Agent
and provide for the payment of mummies
To provide means of reviewing Jndg.
monis of U. S. Circuit and District
Courts In criminal cases.
Reducing Income tax l per cant. and
exempting 42,000 therefrom.
Increasing tax on distilled spirits to one
dollar per gallon.
To equalize the distribution of National
To extend to loyal citizens of Virginia
the provielons of the act of July 4, 1884,
allowing claims for Quartermaster stores,
An., to be proseeuted in courts of Vir.
Incorporating the Snithern
tinental Railroad Company and granting
lands in aid therefor.
For the improvement of Red river, be
tween. Shreveport, Ls., and Jefferson,
Granting aid to Oregon for the con.
!erection of a steamboat canal around
the falls of Wlllamet. This was adopted.
The resolution offered lest Monday by
Mr. Loughridgo came up for action, as
Resolved, That in the opinion of the
Ileum the business interests of the coun
try require an increase in the volume of
circulating currency, and the. Committee
Banking and Currency are instructed
to report to the House at as early a day
as practicable a bill increasing the cur.
coney to the amount oral. least 550,000,000.
The previous question was seconded
-1081073, and the resolution adopted—
yeas 110, nays 73, as follow::
Yeas—Means. Adams,Allison,' Arm.
strong.. Asper , Ames, Batty, Beck. Ben
jamin, Barnett, Bingham, Bates, Brook,
Boyd, Buck, Buckley, Burr, Butler s ,
(Maas.) Butler, (Tenn.) Coke, Clarke,
Caleb, Coburn, took, Conger, Crabs,
Cullom, Deweeee, Dickey, Dockery,
Dickinson, Bison, Dwyer, Eldridge,
Farnsworth, Ferry, Finkelnburg,
son, Galladay, Hamill, Hamilton, (Fla.,)
'Hawkins, Hawley, Hay, Heston, Heflin,
Hoge, Holman, Ingersoll, Jones, (N. C.,)
Johnson, Jonca, (KY—) Judd, Julian.
Kerr. .Knott, Lash, Lawrence, Logan,
Loughridge, Marshall, Maynard, Ma-
I iarthy, McCormick. McCrary, Mc-
Kenzie, McNeely, Moore. (Ohio,)'
Moore, (Ill.) Morgan, Munger, Nlbleck,
Orth, Packard, Packer, Paine, Palmer,
Pomeroy, Prosier, Rice. Rogers, Roots,
Schenck, Shanks, Sheldon, (La.) Sher
rod, Smith, (Ohio.) Bodin,: (Tenn.)
Smyth, (lowa,) Stevenson, Stokes,
Stoughton, Strader, Strickland, Swann,
Taff°, Trimble, Tyner, Vanklom. Van
Trump, VauWyck, Voorhees, Welker,
Wells, Whittemore. Wilkinson, Wil
liams, Wilson. (Minn.) Wilson, (Olablf„r
Witcher and Wood.
Nsys.—Messrs. Ambler, Ames, Arnell,
Axteil, Banks, Barnum, Beaman, Ben
ton, Bird, Blair, Brooks, (Mass ) Brooks,
(Now York,) Buffington, Burchhart,
Collins, Ossans, Churchill, Cowles,
Cox. Davis, Dawes, Duvall. Ferris,
Fisher, Fetch, Garfield, Getz, Gil
' tillan, Haight, Haldeman. Hale,
Hoar. Hooper, Hopkins. Hotchkiss,
Jenckes, Kelly. (Tenn.) Kellogg, Ketch
um, Knee, Lenin, Mayhem, McGrew,
Moore, (N. J.) Morrill, (Me.) Myers,
O'Neill, Peters, Phelps, Platt, Holland,
Randall, Reading. Reeve., Sargent, Saw
yer, Scofield, Slocum, Smith, (VI.)
Starkweather, Stevens. Strong, Tanner,
Tillman, Townsend, Twitehell, Upson,
Ward, Wahl/borne. (Wla ) Washburn.
(Mass.) Wheeler, Willard, Winans and
Mr. hicCRARY introduced a Joint rite
elution to relieve from manufacturers'
tax pork packers, lard renitence and per
sons engaged In smoking hams and cur
Pendingaetton the morning hour ex
and the -joint resolution went over
tilt next Monday.
Mx. BUTLER, Maas., from the Com
mittee on Reconetructlen, reported back
the Senate bill removing political die
abilities from between four and live
hundred persons in various States.
Some eight of the persons embraced had
teen elected to office in Mississippi, and
If the bill were not passed they would
be disqualified. _l_
Mr. WHITTENIORE offered as an
amendment the House bill, embracing
about two thousand names.
Mr. COX inquired whether there was
any principle stated in the bill on which '
these names were reported?
Mr, WHITTEMORE replied there was
Mr. COX—Is It proposed to attach to
the original bill or to the amendment
any system of amncety through the
Courts or otherwise?
Mr. WHITTEMORE-2101M all. That
is In a separate bill.
Mr. COX—I will never vote for &meas.
use picking out men by name. I want
Mr. BUTLER (Mass.) said no man in
the House was more anxious than him
self to get up a general bill to remove
disabilities. Such a bill had been re
ported, and he would press it at theear.
Best possible moment; but that would
take considerable time in the House and
Senate, and be was anxious that in the
meantime this 'bill should be passed.
After this he would not report 'any for.
thor political disability bills until the
House bad pissed a general amnesty
bill. Ho was only sorry to feel himself
obliged from the position of business to
report this bill first, but be felt so ob.
V BROOKS (N. Y.) declared him
self opposed to the whole eystem of pad.
riling • out • pardons In detail. It
was wrong from beginning to end;
unworthy the character of the Govern
ment, undignitled and improper; and if
there were no other member to vote
againat it, ho would alone. There was
much to be said against the people of the
South; but there was also much to be
said in favor of their heroism; of their
Anglo Saxon, native American pluck;
of the wonderful reeources they bad
exhibited. He desired .to have them
welcomed back, • so that In case
of • foreign war they would tight
only on the aide of the North, In she
common defence of the country. ye
had felt proud of their heroism, and
had felt proud of the generous terms so.
corded to them at Appomattox Court
House by the General otthe army, and
be only wished that the distinguished
oplcer was as generous now as then; that
hi were less of al d olitician and spore '
General. He' WI bed such generosity
Mould be ex tabl to the people of the
south, that the Government poold safety
calculate on the aid of their hall million ,
rides in any warm might be engaged in
against England, France or Spain. There
was no tell' government In the South. and I
More bad been imposed on fast peoples
than ever bad been imposed by any eiv
nixed people on Late entingsted nation.
They had been ribbed of self govern.
Metal. OM Military had been plseedover
them; their States had been reorganiged
by form; they had been made slaves of
slaves. Was not that - punishment
enough ? WY foot thatrevenge egenghl
Had not the amplest desire of punish.
went been gratified f .11e appealed to
the House tarifa to the magnitude of the
ocesslocrand throw wide open the doom
Mr. BOW, While agreeing • with its
friend from New York RI to the propriety
of peening a general amnesty OM ent.
pressed surprise at hearing him sayhe
would vote against thisbill. For his part
be wonbiyoto for every bill removing the
disability of any person. -
Mr. VOORHEES concurred - with his
Mehl;from KomoOky, and hoped the
day of promulgation of a genend names•
ty will not be far distant.
Mr. MAYNARD moved to strike out
the names of Brown, McKenna% Wright.
Thomas and Drinnlngton, of Tennessee,
•r. Mao - rd's - - edment was reject.
Mr. Maynard's amendment was rej.
ed and Mr. Whittemore's adopted.
Mr. PORTER moved to strike out set ,
oral names of Virginians.
Mr. BUTLER, Mess., said there were
no names in the bill of persons who had
not applied for pardon. If -any of them
should afterwards deny It, then either
his name was forged or ho was a liar. As
to the punishment inflicted on the people
of the South, be would ask who had
been put on trial for treason? Whose
Property had been confiscated? Who
had been • denied any right or
privilege, except the - opportunity
of destroying by his vote the
Government he had once attempted to
overthrow by arms? The Republican
party had, with • magnanimity never
before witnessed, bean guided limply by
the proposition, "nothing fot punish.
ment, everything for safety." Just as
fast as it was understood to be safe, and
c r e h n agi m a o a i tt . an lef::ter, disabilities had
f it were proclaimed
that In every State of the South any ,
man could express Ms sentiments on any
subject in a proper manner without MO
leatation, he would vote for general am.
nasty. But that time had not yet come.
After further discussion by Messrs.
Eldridge, Cox, Covode and others the I
1 bill passed by the necessary two-thirds
Mr. LOGAN, from the Committee on
I Military Affairs, on the subject of the
sale of cadeahlps, reported that the
Committee had taken testimony in the I
, ease of 8.. F. Whittemore, member of
Congress-from the Ist District, S. C.,
which testimony, together with' state -1
manta made to the Committee by Mr. !
Whittemore in exculpatory of himself,
be suomitted to the Home. The Com•
mittee having carefully considered the
same, had come to the conoluclon that In I
making appointments to. military and
I naval academies from the district repro-
'anted by him, B. F. Whittemore had
been influenced by' improper considers-1
Dons. lie therefore submitted the rol
-1 lowing resolution:
Resolved, That B.F.Whlttemore,RePre-
Isanative In Congress from the lit Dis
South Carolina, be and is hereby
expelled from his seat as a member of '
the House or Representatives In the 41st
The Clerk then proceeded to read the
testimony of MesarsiCatheart, Daily and'
P. M. Kegler, of New York, General
'Schaaf, - of Washington, , and E. P.
Brooks, newspaper correspondent, and
I the exculpatory statement made by Mr.
I The report was signed - by Messrs. Lo.
ran, Cobb. Packard, Stoughton. Asper,
Witcher, Morgan, Slocum and Hoge.
Mr. Kegler's testimony is to the effect
that he was introduced to Whittemore
I by Senator Sawyer, who asked him it he
had not already disposed of his ap point.
I manta to . give it to witness son.
Whittemore told witness he bed- pledged
I himself elsewhere. The matter then
dropped. But four months after, while
in Boston, witness met an old b usiness
acquaintance, W. , F. Shaw, who offered
to get the appointment for a consider*.
tion ' and showed witness' La letter
to Whittemore. But when - he got to
Washington the latter-- had mine
home. A letter to him brought
the reply that he ( Whittemore)
had fixed the appointment outside his
district at $500.: Witness subsequently
wrote to Whittemore that the same par- -
ties wanted his letter for political par
poses. Whittemore in reply asked Its
return - , which wasdeollaed. Shaw after
wards Wrens *Mem menacing him If he
did 'anything hostile to Whittemore.
The latter's letter was addressed' in
Whittemore's handwipting, with 'his
General Sehoeff testified That Whitte
more offeted him a aintmnt fr •
son of General Tylernappointment
, of New J e rsey ,for
C. P. Brooks, a nil pe r correspond.
not, detailed tbetV MMus w ith
Whittemore for OA imp intent of aeon
and, ofNew YroVIC -- . - Bstiwesh $BOO
$l,lOO were paid Whittemore, he
understood for use In the political cam.
reign In his district..
Mr. Daly testified to received,
through Mr. Walcott and Mr. Brooks,
an appointment to Weil Point for his
eon, for which he paid $1,500.
Whlttemore stated before the Commit
his first Idea waste give. the appointment I
to some poor boy, but a colleague 1 ,
In the Fortieth Congress, Mr. Goss, asked I
him for it and said, "If you make an ap. i
I pointment of my son, I will give you
$500." He replied, be should not sell
I appointments, when Gees said he would
give the money for use for educational
li i tizerltood Goss u es in his district. toh
us it w
pointment, and Whittemore told Kegler
he had disposed of the appointment.
I After (loss left Congress, Whitte.
I more wrote asking him whether I
he desired to have his son appointed, I
but received no answer. He then made
up his mind to give his old friend Shaw I
an opportunity to make the appointment,
If be pleased. He therefore tilled out a
blank appointment to the naval academy
and sent it to Shaw. He denied there was
anything in the letter fixing the price at I
$2OOO or $3OOO, or any other figure. Sub -1
sequently he had a conversation with a I
man. named Linden relative , to an ap. l i
pointment, and told him he should seek
the best boy he could find. As I
to the letter to Kegler '
be bad been offered ssoofor the
position, he felt that if an appointment I
was not to be made In his district, the
district ought to have thegood dr It in
some way. The conversation with Lin.
den was to the same effect. Linden sub -1
sequently brought him a young man,'
whom he did not like at first, but Linden I
represented him as • moat excellent boy.
Linden offered g5 OO for the appointment.
Whittemore refused to accept money
for himself, and Linden offered It
for the relief of the poor pee. I
pie of hie district, which offer I
was accepted and the appointment
made. Whittemore denied altogether!
the conversation related byGen. &hoar
and all intention to receive a farthing '
for himself for his appointments. '
had merely received inch compensation
for the poo r of his district. - As to the ap. '
pointmen of Mr. Daily to, West Point,
be relates an interview with Brooks, oo•
earring after the boy had gone to the I
Academy, in which Brooks asked what
be should wou ld for the appointment. He
replied he receive nothing what. I
ever. Brooks spoke of a political battler
In his district and offered $5OO to b e a p.,
plied to that purpose, which was accept.
ed. He (Whittemore) had received no
pecuniary personal lanettli from the
Considerable Maculation Mowed be.
tween Maseru, Logan, Bland, Butler
(Mass), Jencks, Banks, Coburn , and
Dawes, the only question Involved being
whether time be allowed Mr. Willits.
more to show cause, if any, why the
sentence of erpr talon should not be pro.
nounced against him, the evidence
meantime to be printed.
, Mr. LOGAN • finally agreed that the
matter should be .set down for two
o'clock Wednesday, when hir.• Whitt*.
more is to appear at the bar, and the
House without a negative vote consented
to that arrangement. •
A motion to adjourn . Over until Wed
nesday, In honor of Washington's birth.
day, was lost, and the House at five
IState of the V Therm
oiomet ents.r Yesterday at
arious P •
Phlladelplds, clear and Intensely
.11altImpre,ole4r and cold. Thermerns•
tar twelve dog.
licwark, N. I„ clear and very cold.
New York, clear and very cold.
St.: Lo cloudy. 'Thermometer at
Chicago, clear and hold. Thertnoms.
ter Might deg. below ssro. Yesterday h
It was seven deg. below zero. -
Indianapolis, clear and cold. Thar.
.mometer bye deg. below zero.
Washington City, clear and vary
Titusville, Pa, elms and 001 4.
Qil City, clear snd cold. ThentioMaillr
Az deg. below sera.
a t . r an i, mita., clear and cold. Ther
mometer thirty deg. below zero.
Detroit. —This is the coldest weather
of this winter. At 7A. X., thermnininer
seven deg. below ssro.
Mobile, coldest of the lesson.,
Paughteeptie.--The thermometer has
fallen forty degrees ;Ince last night. - loe
b . fonne n on the Hudson to West
Cincinuatl. —iiVhether steadily cold.
Thermometer 4 at 7 A. X , 16 at no o n ,
and 20 at 6r. x. Tbe 114ating ponds are
FOCA O'CLOCK, 4. X.
Bills Approved—lmportant Be
rlsions by Supreme Court—The
Sale of Cadetships-14miia
(By Telegraph tr,'the rlttsourgh Gazette.]
Warouriorori, Feb. 21, 1870.
The President has approved the Mk
tary Academy appropriation' iii and the',
bill giving Bridge's Battery Association
at Chicago certain captured cannon.
Ig nnoritunr INPLUZINCSD.
General Logan, from the Committee
on Military Altalta, has reported a reso
lution that B. F. Whittemore, Repre
sentative of First Congressional District,
South Carolina, hu been influenced by
improper motives in the disposal of his
appointments to West Point and Anna
' polls Academia and should be expelled.
In the U. S. Supreme Court to-day, a
decision Was made in the cue of Benja
min N. Cleever vs. Jesse B. W Ilan and
Ann .1. Worcester. 'egilloh was brought in
the District of Columbia to enforce pro.
visions in the matter of property rights
of a decree of divorce granted in Indiana,
the Court holding the divorce to be valid
by the laws of Indiana, and that, there.
fore, under the Constitution of the Uni
ted States it must prevail in every other
portion of the country.
In the case of the United States against
Henry Dewitt, appeal from the Circuit
Court of Michigan, an opinion waren
dered that Congress has no Constitu
tional power 40-establish police regale.
lions within the Matta, and that the law
of Congress prohibiting the ale of
petroleum oil for illuminating purposes
inflammable at a less temperature than
111 degrees Fahrenheit, is, except in its
application to the Territories, uncon
stitutional and void.
A:decision against the Government was
made on the question of title to league
land in Los Angela county, California,
called Ls Brasier Betumen.
In the case of the Hannibal and St. Jo
seph Railroad Company vs. Smith, error
to Supreme Court of Missouri, the judg
ment of the lower Court was aMrmed.
The case of Norris vs. Jackson, from ttie
Circuit Court of Illinois, judgment
affirmed, as was also that in the case of
the city of Chicago against tne Chicago
City Railroad Company, being that - the
latter is not liable to further asseumenta
for repair of 'trate.
The judgment of the Court below was
also affirmed in the CYO from Wisconsin
of the Milwaukee and Minnesota vs.
, Southern and Knapp; also the case of
Ayleaworth es. Parven from the Circuit
. Court of Indiana.
The President sent the following nom' ,
nations to the Senate to-day : 0. ,H.
Hand. of Dakota, Secretary of Dakota,
and D. 11. Batchelder, of New Hamp
shire, Conant at Londonderry.
General Reynolds has officially notified
Adjutant General Townsend that the
legislature of Texas has ratified the 11th.
4th and 15th amendmenta.
THE DAT OBSERVED.
The Executive Departments will bs
closed from noon to-morrow in honor of
ADDRESSES THE ODD YELLOWS.
Vice President Colfax delivers an ad
dress to-morrow before the Odd Fellows
In Fredericksol x g,' Va:
Captain Com*erell, of the Monarch, is
expected In WO.hington to-morrow.
Steamer Emma snagged and flunk—
Ten or Twelve Lives Lost,
rea Telegraph to the plummet
Manrunt, February 21.—The steam
boat Emma No. 3, which left here Fri
day evening for, Cincinnati, while going
through the cheite at Island 35, struck a
snag and careened, stove the ladles'
cabin and upset, setting the boat on fire
and totally destroying her. From ten to
twelve persons are reported lost, but
nothing definite is known. A terrible
gale prevailed at the time, and the water_
was intensely cold. She added four
' hundred bales of cotton here. The Alice
Dean, with the particulars, is anxiously
looked for. The officers of the Mary
Forsyth, who brought the news, could
no particulars, but was from New
Orleans and hadn full passenger list.
A second dispatch gays s The latest
news from the steamer Emma No. 3,
reports the following as among the saved:
Jas. Maratta, Captain; Caleb Maratta,
mate; Wm. Atenbeugh, pilot; David
Porter, second clerk; Charley Blank,
second mate; Edwards, watchman; Par
ker cook; C. Brown, porter; head
chambermaid, name unknown. Walter
Maratta, the first clerk, and some twenty
or thirty of the passengers and crew, In.
eluding the tames already given, and
John Coyle, bar-keeper, of Cincinnati.
are lost. The boat and cargo are a total
loss. She was probably insured at Cin
• ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS.
The following additional particulars
have been received: A passenger of the
steamer Forsyth random that about ten
o'clock on Saturday morning the Emma
struck a snag, tearing a large hole In her
bow, muting her to sins gradually, and
upsetting the stoves in the cabin, setting
the boat on fire, canning the wildest con
aternation among the passengers, • num.
her of whom were ladies. Captain Me
rsin' immediately manned the lifeboat
and attempted to rescue the ladles, but
the boat was swamped by the excited
crowd. The Captain then, with the as
aistance of the other officers, made a float
of the cotton bales, planks, do., on which
a number of passengers paddled to shore
in safety. ----
Among thou' lost and missing are the
following: Was Lewis and aunt, of Cov
ington, 'Kentucky; three ladles, names
unknown—one of them from New Or.
leani, one from Vicksburg and one from
Memphis; thtee Frenchmen from New
Orleans, unknown; ..Tbomu Flynn,t.
Lords; Joseph Sealy, Lexington Y.:
Thomas Trunnel, pilot; Wm. Minder,
Pittsburgh; second engineer and second 1 ,
chambermaid, (colored,) New Orleans;
Joseph Cnaen, two fireman and •
roustabout, nkriowur M. McFarland,
and first eng ineer.
Mr. Lyonberey died from exhaustion
after resold's; the share.
The boat now rests with the bow on a
snag and the stern in twelve feet of
water.. She sari • cargo of groceries, and
added fournndred bales of oottonhere.
The Coln tdan passed her twohoura '
after the Roc dent and took theenrvivore
to Cairo. It is probable that several of
the above named persons kayo been
saved. I - .
idexenrs,i Feb: 21—Eortifsp.—There is
'nothing nuttier from the Emma Na. 8
disaster, owthg to the fact that she burned
In the chute, which desponding boats do
Canto, February 81.—The following
are additional names of missing In Em.
ma No. 8 disaster, furnished by Mr. At.
tentorough. pilot; Wm, Father, seco d
engineer; Jas. Bosley, Lezingtim, Ky.;
second cook, unknown. white: Davy,
roustabout; Ju. Chapman and two
others. firemen names unknown: ' Mo.
Farland, pawn:ger, died alter reaching
the shore. George Webster, pantryman.
In hospital at Cairo, badly burned, prob.
ably will recover.
Additi ona amLyßLn ved
Ruedrecker, Dayton, Kentucky, Charles
Gharlestbn, filecond MAW TwardWy le,
Watnonan; James Ford, ohn Johnson,
G. Collins, Frank Burns, Alia= Barns,
ore Ben. Baker, Wm. Foes, of
neck watenry Nelson. fireman.
The boat wuloaded-with pig Iron,
wines, Ac., and . four htindred bales of
cotton, all of wbich is •
lac Monarch at &unapt%
tiff TeWM* so as Plttatrargh EissettiN)
Arritssoms, Feb.2t.r4kmarnor Bowie
and a Committee of the' Legislature vie.
ited. the Monarch today. president
Grant will not be abler* visit Annapolis
this • On Friday General Sherman
Ind Cabinet •m expected.
NEW YORK CITY.
The Mormons—Soldiers' Home
Union of Methodist Conferences
—Trial of Reynolds, the Homi
cide—Practical Education, &c.
[By Telegraph to the Pluaburgb Gazette.)
'New TOILE, Feb. 21, 1870.
- THE MORMONS.
The Mormons held services as usual in
Williamsburg yesterday, and there was
a large attendance, and considerable en
thusiasm was manifested. The assembly
was -addressed by Mowley, one of the
emissaries who have arrived from Salt
Lake. The proposition to build a Mor
mon Church on - Hand street, Willlama
burg, excites considerable indignation
among the Inhabitants.
A mess meeting was held at Cooper
Institute to-night to promote the estab
lishment of a Soldiers' Home in the State.
Peter Cooper presided. Addresses were
made by Gen. Sherman, Henry Ward
Beecher, Stewart L. Woodford.
Rev.' Jas. P. Thompson, Samuel.
L. Capp, Horace Greeley and
Judge Daly. Letters expressing
sympathy with the movement were re
ceived from President Grant, Governor
Hoffman, General Sheridan, ex-Governor
Seymour, General Slocum and Senators
Conkling and Fenton. Resolutions were
adopted setting forth the necessity for an
asylum of this kind and appointing a
committee to press the subject at Albany.
Another resolution urging Congress to
do away with pension agents and make
pensions payable monthly through the
Post °dice, wan adopted. The meeting
was. large and the proceedings spirited.
sarisirsors SERMON. •
Dr. Cnyler preached a sensation ser
mon on the late Voorhees murder tut
evening. He attributed the tragedy to
liquor, and declared that rum-selling
and murder go hand-in-hand, and he
charged the man and men who sold the
poison to Chambers, that crazed his
brain, with being accomplices in his act.
He referred to the Byron-Stowe scandal.
He took occasion to east a volley at the
poet; be thought that the whole and only
true story of Byron's life might be
summed up in one syllable.
The annual session of the Newark
Methodist Conference, which embraces
portions of New York and Pennsylvania,
and nearly one-half of New Jersey and
Staten Island, will commence in New
Jersey on the 23d of March. The New
Jersey Methodist Conference will hold
its session 'about the same time at Long
Branch, and It is reported will meet the
Union in Jersey City, looking to the con
solidation of both bodies, which divided
in 1857. Five hundred clergymen are
extected to participate, and. Important
deliberations are anticipated.
The trial of Jack Reynolds, the mur
derer of Townsend, oommenced today.
In addressing the jury District Attorney
-Saryin said: "We are standing in an
atmosphere which is epidemic with
crime. In. city or country no one is free
from the knife of the assassin or violence
of the highwayman. They should let
their verdict attest that murder shall be
punished.. Several witnesses were ex
A meeting I. to be held on Saturday
evening, to be addressed by Goy. Hoff-
man: Mayor Hall. Wm. M. .Evar tn. Being
J. Tilden and others, on the importance
of extending practical education to the
thousands of young clerk■, tradesmen
and mechanics whose callings have
forced them to leave day schools before
finishing their course.
Justice Buckley, of Brooklyn, has de
nied the authority of Henry Bergh, : who
caused the arrest or several milkman in
Brooklyn for alleged cruelty to anilines,
to prosecute in person the cues against
them and summarily dismissed the mat
ANXIETY AEOUT ♦ VESSEL.
Agents of the Inman line have heard
nothing from the City of Boston, now
twenty-nine days from here. She was
provisioned for eighty day.. The agent
thinks she hu probably been forced to
make the Azores.
The carriage holism and extensive
paperies and hot house of Geo. Tones, in
hierrialana, was destroyed by an Incen•
diary lire to day, L 0114125,000. Partially
The Common Council have tender
ed the hospitalities of the city to Wm.
H. Seward on hie return to the United
Outrageous Murder in linnets—Lynch
By Telegrubb to Ma Pittsburgh Quastta.7 .
OntoActo, February 2L—Thursday last
at Beardstown, Illinois, a men named'
Wilcox entered the saloon of "Keck dr.
Becker during their temporary absence,
and assaulted a drunken lean who wasj
there, and beat him badly. In few
minutes Yeck and Becker came in, when
the ruffian drew a revolver, shot Yeck
dead, and then turned and tired
at Seeker, the ball Inflicting an
ugly and it was supposed danger.
ous wound. The murderer was ar
rested and put in jail. On Friday Yeck
was burled and there was a large gather
ing at. Beardstown. Just after dunk a
large crowd, numbering fully live hun
dred, gathered around the jail, and with
out employing force, they toox the keys
from the sheriff and put him under
guard. The mob then entered the jail,
seized a prisoner whonVthey supposed to
be the murderer, got a 'rope round his
neck and then discovered they had got
the wrong ,man. In the meantime
the murderer, who was in another cell
and chained to the floor, was made
aware of the design of the mob. He got
possession of an iron bar and as the lead
ers of the mob proposed to open the cell
door ho warned them that he would sell
his life dearly. This resolute demeanor
produced a change of action, but did not
defeat the purpose of the leaders. A
pistol shot through the head sent the soul
of the murderer to account for his crimes
and his body was then taken out of doors
and hung by the neck to a tree,. Therrien
Who thus suddenly expiated ' his crime
was from Alabama, and was, jnoging
from his conduct and demeanor, a des
Manistee, Mich., Homicide.
Dernorr, February 21.-The trial of
Vanderpool for the murder othia partner,
Herbert Field, on the sth of last Septem
ber, In prover, for two weeks past at
Manistee, la expected to conclude to.day.
It will bee day or two before the inteUl.
Moe Aram in consequence of
the distancethe gelared telegraph
office. The trial creates totem's interest
in the Horthweatorn part of the State,
where both Vanderpool and Field were
widely known. They were bankers in
Shocking Affahr in Rhode Island.
PRomogoos, Feb. 21.—Wm. Booth,
while &oink, shot his brother dead in
Fall Ri vi , r , bug night, for preventing him
beating his mother, and then drank a
bottle of poison. dying in six hours at
tarwards. Both have families.
Excursion Party—Contract Awarded tea
Pittsburgher—Xl7th Amendment Cele
braUen—Pubile .• School Law—The
My Towson to the Pittsburgh Ossetts.)
Err. Tonle, February 21.-4 large party
of gentlemenand ladies s among whomara
W. H. Giatziner, kresident, and several
other °Moamar the Camden and Amboy
Railroad, arrived here today en route to
New Orleans to attend She Mardi Gros
Capt. H. K. Hulett, of Pittsburgh, hal
been awarded the contract to transport
Hoops and goverment supplies up the
hilespori during the conning season.
The:colored people of this city and
monk" have completed arragements for
a grand celebration of the ratification of
the fifteenth amendment when It is Eh
The Lower Hones of the Missouri Leg,
!stature amended the public law so aa
allow women to vote in matters relating
The weather has moderated materially
since morning, bat the river is still 11111
of lee and navigatioti la suspended. The
wind Is from the South to-night with the
prospects of o Cum • •
NEWS, BY CABLE.
By Telegriph to the Pittsburgh Ossette.)
GREAT BRITAIN. •
Loeloole,Feb.-21.—Ths Telegraph Is as•
imred thud Lord Derby will accept the
Conservative leadership in
Baring Brothers have introduced on
the market the - Zdastmehosetts loan for
the Fishkill Railroad.
The Times indicates a feeling of In
creased security on the part of the Irish
tenants, since the Commissioners for ex
amination of the system visited thecopn.
A- bill providing for the inspection of
mines was Introduced. Mesa& Bruce
Playfair and Lord Moho discussed min
ing accidents, and the meatus of their pre
vention. Atter remarks from other
members, the bill was read a second
A motion was 'Made for the appoint
ment of a Soled Committee on the Als
tribution of the (local rates and taxes.
Mr. Gerchen explained the intention of .
the Government. The motion was oppe.
sed -by Lapes. Barttlet and Beach, and
sustained by Gladstone and others.
Without disposing of the bill the House
The Fleetwood Lighthouse was liter
ally carried away lest night by a ship
which was dashed sgainst It during the
)1: - old. Ice
ga i t.
The weather hi extreme)
. . .
in the Themes obstructs navigation.
The health of D'lsraell L improving.
The estimate of navy expenditures are
thre•quarters of a million sterling leas
than last year.
The House of Lords held a brief ses
slon to.day. Ito bills of Importance
In the Gammons Mr. Jenkenson gave
notice of an inquiry Into the reception of
returning Fenian at Dublin, and
speeches of Green's counsel there.
Psnis, Feb. 21.—The conscripts in
Lyons became disorderly yesterday, sang I
the ..Manseilhilso," and made other noisy
demonstrations. Several arrests were
There was a grand fete at the Tullleries
last evening in honor of the Archduke of
La Patric has an editorial, suggested
by the anniversary of the birth of Wash
ington. "This (it says) la as mama a day
for rejoicing for Femme as for the United
States. America owes a'great dent to
Lafayette, who contributed so much to
the success of the revolution, and with
out whom there would be no Union."
The article concludes with a de:Aeration
that "Americans will best show their
gratitude to Franca to-morrow by placing
at the meetings side y side
Washington and Nap b oleon llL the "
In the Corps Legislatif today ft Jules
%vivre moved his interpellatton of the
Mutatry on their domestic policy and
supported his motion with a vigorous
speech. He alluded to the action of the
Government in the recent popular
troubles, and severely denounced the
arrest of Rochefort and the attempt to
mislead the public mind by pretending
the existence of a conspiracy. He de
manded • dissolution of the Cham
bers. The majority here was not
of the nation's, but of Prefab'
making. If the Ministry intended
to be truly liberal, he would sup
port them, though not with implicit
confidence; but if they continued to be
the Instrument of personal power, he
would inexorably oppose them. He
accused the present majority of having
voted the Mexican expedition and squan
dered the finances of Paris.
Ex-Minister Plnard made a reply
which the journals call weak and in•
• • - •
The Abbe Frlederieb, Theological ad
viser to Cardinal Hohlenlah, who ls sus.
peeling of -farnlshing oorremmndence
concerning the Oonnail to the Gazelle D•
.Auyabourg, hu, received- orders to quit
Letters from Rome eay the early ad
journment of the Connell Is probable.
HAVANA, February 21.—News IN TO
calved from Nassau thatgeneral Quemde
and live companions arrived there on the
14th Inst. In a small boat.
It is reported the steamer Anna has
again been seized on the declaration of
one of the crew that a schooner which
left Nassau with coal for her went to
Green Key, but was unable to find her
and returned to Nassau. She brought
back a number ofCabana who had gone
to the Key to wait for the Anna. The
government hearing a Cuban depot and
rendezvous had been established on
Green Key, dlapatchedThe gunboat Dart
to break it up. She has returned to .
Igassan with two cannon and a quantity
of arms and ammunition wide* had been
deposited on the Key for the Anna.
Cabrera, • Cuban connected with the
assassination of Greenwald, was arrested
I.IXXATIDRIA. Feb. 2L—lt is new Kidd
that the uniform depth of water in the
canal a only nineteen feet, Instead of
-twentynine, as before reported.
Qtnernurre*rn, Fab. 21.—The steam
ships Virginia and Etna, from New York,
have arrived out.
- Grasoow, Feb. 21.—The Cambria has
arrived from New York.
FINANCIAL AND COMINDRCIAL.
LONDON, Feb. 21. Evening.— Consols
92% for money; 9234' on aocount. 10.40 e,
84%; • 82's, 88%; '60., 8834; 67M, 87
22%; Illinois Centxal, , 1113‘;
G. W., 3034. •
Palos, February 2L—lteuree firm at
FRANKFORT, Feb. 21.—Bonds active
and firm at 9334393%. -
Lresitrooo, Feb. 21.—Cotton market
middling uphuide 113401130; Orleans
1130; Belem 10,000 bales. Breadstuflk firm.
er: California white Wheat fty, red west
ern, N. a, Ws 8d; winter 8. 6438. ad.
Wrn - Flour les 9d Corn: 9
Oatseste 2s 54. Peas SUM..
at 945 4: ,
Beef 1038 tld. Lard 87s. Cheese 74..
Bacon 57e. Spirits Petroleum Is 7d and
la 11344 for refined. Tallow 44s Eld.
tine 30s. Linseed 011 SS.
MIMUNDON, Febrtuuy d 21.=-Tallow 48s.
mer. Linzee 011 E 33 10e3833
15a. Spirits TarntineoS o Bd.
ANTWERP, Feuary 134 s
Ti kT aa, February 21.—Cotton Leavy
issmt on spot.
FRANKYOUT, Fob. 21.—Bonds closed
wilco arid firm at 93Wi1933i.
AnTtrimr. Feb. 21. —Petroleum closed
firm at 6330.
Return of Hon. R.H. Seward.
Yeierrepa w the Mauna oeselee.,
Hammon% February Bt.—Hon. W.
H. Seward and party arrived this after.
noon per ateamtr Cuba from Havana,
and will remain a few days. The ea.
Secretary-Le in excellent • health and
L. D. DUMMETT, •
(Late of Marty rimet..) • • '
Ilu smosiated air..DA.VID N. Tranatmoirs
with him in Mainers. sad taken the airorsad
commodious storeroom .•
No. 64 Wood Street,
'Mara the new arm wilt riontinpi the samba.
tare and salsas motor/eat possibie Moro •
Petro Americsui Confectionary.
L. D. DUMMETT4e CO. •
BANE FOR savIROL,
YO. 61 70178171 AV=SX,I7ISBIIIIOIt.
OMB DAILY tram Y . to 4 &clod. a:altos
SATURDAY BYZNIND, tram Day Dm to No.
somber Ist. trots I to V ot toe& attel Moo Do.
mates Lt to May /at, 6to Il s oW.orl. Dibrell
paid at the rata of' rta per oral., tree of ta&sad
ir lot wltbd.rawn courpoatuy siont.launially. la
;Virg Y arta j olle.. Bea ' O B74 " 1 *". in -
Board or NiAnagrat-4100.' A. Bony. Presided%
13 . IL flartman, Jas. Yu& Jr..liliea Toriddroda:
D. IL /lißlzile I, Joe
A,Bradiel• .1. 1.. ti A. B. Ball, Wit. IL
N.**. Jolla IL Dilworth. • Italtoh_la Vcalanw
Christopher Ml_ ~• •
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D. W. It A. &Bell. hollottors ' 1,_.-
SUNDIIIIIFI4; , .•,• • • .
bTet mom My Nad: •
To anive.alik stisser Camelia. Ow to
- ISAIAH DICILZY. • CO
110111101 P.-11 baits ii.entnclor
"" ° "" " 13=1 mow a co.
THE WEEKLY GAZETO
L the Wt saA theaven
PubUalked to Western rensmitnais.
No/Ismer, sosekbaie or naterekaat sboal4 at
II . - Kula raincribers..----..--.. a 1. -
Cable 1t5...5..........---.... 111. •
, A copy la foralihed grataltm.o7 10 ibe V.U.T .
up of aclaabof tea, rosteasstars Srit requnniN
to sat mime-W.& - - '
die., not er:canti4 FOUR LINDY, wi
be inserted in these • &WASS onto for
TWENTY-FITE CENTS; each addi.
Nonni UM FIVE CENTS. •
ICED LEAD.. MANI/gat, tLtiltlLaa
thoroughly anPlalatlod With smakihg 14 0 1 laud
fr o m two Dig. None atilt: . ured ppl litquirti
at Warns Mice. •
WANTED.—Fifty Coal wog
(Ire Miner& no ohle , the to pay. and tare
paid Lo the mine. N,versl flirts are wanted for
dti awl <votary. Apply at Ymploymeat
No.l Sloth street., nest door Isom ..orpenalou
- “TANTED--SITUATION—IIy a
latienT P on: grriesrli k lVilierTga.
Can give the best of referstes. borne piste 00$.
of Cid hily Preferred. Address C. 0A-
S...is Ortmg, Pittsburgh.
will be r.celrrd '.for Ate tweet • far ton
thoorand (10.000) TEST tlll CURB 13 , 003(
to be delivered In Ilntaborgb or Lawrence•LUL.
Meet t• of Freeport or Itapvn clout. •
CARR wit be cal o e delivery, rttaottn• •pm
tentage for fuldllattnt of cost wt. Addr•ts,
bILL. & 011UTTICRLY.
1.1701 U 10.10 'Estate Agents. Lavneneettlie.
$30,000 to Loan In lane or small amottata
at s fair rate of Intaresi;
THOKILB K. BETTY,
BM. Bond And Beal Helete Broker,
T 0f37'.--Policv No. 10,339 - is
rir.NN-1113TUAI , LIVE INSIJ RA Nat C 3.
hll4lelphlo, au Ma of W. F. litruHlLL.•
Noncel la hereby glven that appllostlon On beau
wade for a dopttcato.
Joy. B. TRAVELLI. Asoit
No. 37 Flub avenue, Plttalurgit, rik
O LET-ON lIELKONAALE:
TIC 1131•. • Good Ilotutt of biz 1100.u6 Is •
ir .Xtrable p•rt Allogbeny city. ADM) 1.
11.MCCOMWCH. O. (Irma. < trcist. 1:11
LET.—The Large- L "ge St °re
y Room No. Monte. corner of
FOR lEET re
.—The The Story
BRICK WAREllo,itilt la •Chtireb alley s
rear of No. Wood street, formerly oseaDlott
by Wm. ilundurf * Co. as a groom Irsetom
lova,* of Wet?, 00..
g./ No. 112 and 174 Wood _
nLET.—A Suit of Boom'
omprking Two Large, we I lighted goat
ort door. tine large, well Heated
front Boom onaro door. Otte large Hall silk
two atite-rootos on 411:1 floor. Oise More HOW..
drat door, No. 02. to usdstes suss bulldleg,
Fourth avenue. For tenet loqulre of A. H.
INGLIS/I AI CO.. No.:011 Fourth arena.
rro-tivr.-1.08 Wylie itreet„•
1. 6600: 39• Creerferd street, 6399. 13 Penn
gazraud.7:ll',7aitz.ll , l7;=
corn, Tina and (Merry
' 6l O ll/1 2 4n1 :ye r's't'tke ear n .
4 " llEi T al
creel. 6480; store and dwell. next corner
VMS even. and Hon street. Boyle etre et, 996;
rese of 108 Wylie street,. SKS: State a115y,6390:
149 Elm mixer, 1191111: Sortie Street, titres
rooms a. terse lot, 6121). , • •
6. CUTHBERT 80NB.
ant • • 39 Simla avenue.
The elegant store room
err Banding on Penn
Street, will be ready for ogee
of Haven. andate on ore
rabbi tenant.. line of the I
&dented for '
Ant. cl ass If eta ,
gentlemen.. Alto, to-let, t
Nme building. Require a. 1•1
otional bank. corner of
Market street, or or FELIX
HAND SATE. (An 000 r addresia..-Nar
112 Water streEt. . 1.11
I'OR BALE MARE and BM-.
OY.—A. One Mare On rim old. well brats
to andd le orb awn as: neat for fatally
ra we. Ha
of Eastern manuernro and .lion as ow
new. annals. at 5197 Labway street, or II EWA
A: chiral sa4Toola, low. inquire at 2:llor.
• No, 111 L lb•ny Pittattirsh. or a/ No.
434. coner.ut le/acca eo , l'
Ebony, ar 'No. 14 Mania 11. laral4lll 4444.
FOll PALE.-$3.300 will tidy
TWO 0:101) FRAIdE 110USIV.fonerrolse
eseb, and lot N. 10 Boyle street. AlWitham
test north avenue. Rent, will Val ten Der ail.
and taxer. Ttrens — sl.ooll doll. Wane., to
Iwo pall:W.Va. EnqUare on the p weaves.
FOR SALE.-1 steam Engine
10 by 30. to good running- order. will
onafttog, s.earlog. It adr.log.Seant and ..unewro
to Hons. all as !toed a. new. Al., TWO 19-
LlirAint/ POROK rumps..wo
INCH 2.1r1". AND YORCE PUMPS. T WIG be
sald low. Lan b., seen at ins Works 01 515
Youghiogheny Gris Coe C0n...Y. - W.4 How.
FOR SALE..4Dck and lids-
TUDES, LEASE ADD GOOD WILL Si ft
grst.elso Orocegy. dolng a good Duane.. the
undersigned tieing engaged In other engines' is
Itla reason for wiling. G. W. PUIET, 49 redo
teal street. Allegheny.
BE BOLD AM • BLO.:
. K CI S tee onatcrials cernts . non In TWO trfU M ltr
RI ME DW E LLING Hut d., located nem •
Oak'endear elation, The house I , In mooncalf,
and It nor occupied or thebet/deer. who,
niche. to have It columned t he lot before tbe
Brae of May. Xuqulre of
131.084 E w. scars.,
2.10 Cliertotte etcoot. - •
PIt , )PEUTY.—Lot 135,4 test front an
we., ll street, bet-era Western areoue asd Yu-
St . street, 111 211 feet to eeptA. with prtvtlega ,
a tin V et all., en whirr, lot Is *double TWO-
nTORISI) 011108 DWELAJNO of Illstora _-
rooms and bail room. All modern Improve.
meats tbrouabont ibe boast. On %helot Matra , •
a good Frame Stable.. TIIe propesty will be sold
as a wbolr, or divided Into two parts. logotra
of AN IlAr. No, SO 4tb aretilte.,
VOll PALE.—A DESIRALIPLE
assinaNca —N.. sun yrrankile ehe.t.
At...bray C.ty. t woe lot J. 9w a, 130 feet. -
The cAllellug IN a ste '7, with 011.141. S tias- '
tette...Wes it Boone: Bathroom. with betas& •
oOld Water: 11.1 ((babe Mantel.; tn.iJ. alma.
ter.. Swoon, Yarlsr. wide Nall. State Itoet..thil.
Das been 0111 t one year. 1000(10 of JOHN A.
COCHRAN. No. 1113 U Ilartaltoe Wen. Allsatbe:
rtz . Sty, ar at 900 Liberty st.reei..l!lttatuttsh.,
VOIR PALE—Engine 4 and Bayl-
A: IPA New mat /Room! Hand, of all *Ws
omutorittf on haml• •
Orden from all parte of the covutri IMV*9th
mooted. JJ• um. a co,
Corner IfaMon /Moue and P., Y. W. /1 c.faVf•lp
On: SALE. —DWELLING.
ghat three More BRICK DWELLING'.
itntrabir located—No-0G River arcane. Elle
(Deny City. contain?ne ten root:m.lW Path Poolll.
notaas cold water In Ant sad s.ratd
In all the troche range In kitchen. Bela Mt ,
shed onenintr of fir. re alley. II Is well led
end ventilated. relocation April In. •
JUNI( D. BAILEY
1•27 No. 111$ fourth Cyrus.
KOH SALE.-AT.A n.titaAur.
—IIOUrE ANIS LOT,Iro. 70 Lodlie street,
ind *WI, Allegheny,. House, IC story Bret ..,
f P rooms , well guistin m
t eso epleSe. £Ol 110 O
by SO roae ales, tlood in= stable ea tear
lot. This property le worthy the attention of ell
desiring to purchase real estate. As home ea 7
111.00[1. or Its loca.lon and eorteenlance, or ge
Ineestment• It worild swathe. by rerna." •
per nut. on the cost: Termsgasy.. •lale
FOY far.ll.t litr.rtlol3..DP/7 rBl • ' •
SattLL COUNTILE: SEAT rent - ',.
SAVE og IlltNT.—Contalulog Como, etl „
r7ll::: t bgTuLl.Tagg Vttre . ""'
good stable. with numerous outbut
t.bu,g i r r. o c uud is ohms.. 1.1.11 a gnat
NA Le tte s sisg o beitss i lzy.t.: .. s s 0 m3! k1 1 , .
ser.' veltb ttertst.. N. 11. —lf not sold. '
loto Jur 11,21/9 per pint Andsvalltaxes.r-Agor
13.11 PLAIN &Ups -
felt . • 104gourriguisage.:',
IDERSONALAUPeriOni Ititek.O.- -
&47rtt 1 1 :f l o g igg r t t rOVP Ma rtot
color cony of Um .71'1 . 42711Ufttig
Ica/2m agourri” t. gmmar num •
or VIIIbo rent by man TflaitOOZl
Porsono =not tall to get rutted oat of
list It contains,. anurr PHILLI -
swa suune *vas, NO. /39
$2 300 ITlLL._,B,cuir meg
racdas..good cellar and Pre l ate, K na ll°llZ gata Sf '
Walton erect. near Caldwels. ' intraine r. St
at W. 0
WILTON. at the house
No. 91 Federal Street,
CLOSING. OUT SALES
REGARDLESS' OF 'COST}'..i
To Make Room for Spring Stock.:
Tull Old Wks. Cain, *trine!
Itiltlgiro'.l. 6 4`.u.s. itic:
Itasekerclitelh 11.16. ,
Lanai. 24.1 t 1471 e Olmigaeus; 504.
Other . 00 0 4 is Propotiton. ft
MRS S. C„
91 redrvii 9435,:f :494t__14e99:-:
In the Mercantil.
,treet. near &nth
e'er shout the Lt
! d torrent to dere-
nt kr at
• viper Mori •or
• BSUNOT. •118.