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Tnzna are five American dentists al
Berlin, and two at-Dresden.
THE new penal code of the North Ger
man Confederation oontalna no fewer
than thirteen penalties.
' Truer say in Paris that. Rochefort re•
clues every day at the St. Pelagic
upward of two hundred letters.
• Tar Empress Eugenie has at an d one d
her project topasethe moult s of May and
June at the Island of Mt;: ier j a . •
Tazononz Warlazzz, the greatest of
German fano.'is, is now starring it in Glas
gow% 're"., - ere he receives g 125 for each
Ortolan BAND will probably be elected
member of the FrenclLAcademy. Nearly
one•balf of the members are saldito have
promised to vote for her.
Tna quarrel between Marshal Mc.
' Mahon and his wife. has been amitably
nettled. The suit for separation from bed
and board has been withdraws.
Emma Om:mem the French, ;Prime
Minister, who Is known to be a very good
yiolinist, Du one or the best collections
of valuable Cremona° violins in France.
Trisonoas liionmiece and Clam Pearl,
- 'both talented young German actresses,
are coming to the Milted States. The
former, I daughter of: Louisa Muhibeth„
will appear oa the English stage. ?
71.Dazammy, the successor of Lever
der, as director of the imperial Observa
tory in Parts, was for Years the most bit.
ter enemy of his distinguished predeces
ea had among the servants of the French
- OLD Moschelcs, the pianist and com
poser, tutor or Mendelosohn, Thalbetg,
and so many other eminent. pianists, and
Director of the Leipzig Conservatory,
died. tecentii in that city at the age of
°mime= gave a dinner in Parts the
other day to his *Mani and actresses in
costume. They all looked upon the wine
when it was red, and other things, and
. Offenbach insisted upon making a speech
in German which nobody understood.
THEY say in Paris that old General
Changarnier, one of the most determined
adversaries of Louis Napoleon -at the
thus of the coup ergot, has now decided
o support the Empire, and Mkt, in con-,
sequence, an important military com
mend will be conferred upon him.
Tux French Prince Imperial is said to
display positive ability only in one thing,
"and that Is, in performing. juvenile roles
at the parlor theatricals In the Tuileries.
The Empress has entirely withdrawn
from the amateur stage, on which, by
the way, she always cut a very sorry
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IT is believed In the military circler. of
Fran= that the Emperor millet length
bestow a Marshal's baton on General Mon
tauban, Count de name. The General'
is one of the oldest and best officers in
the French army, and but for his bad per
sonal, character would long sinus have
been appointed to that grade.
TM( Fite Brigade of St. Petersburg,
Includes a Chief, 18 Nedra do Pompes,
15 under them, 51 non•commissioned
officers, 940 firemen, a ferrier, with two
assistants, an engineer, and 878 horses;
in addition to these, there is the Fire Bri
gade attached to the Imperlal Palace,
comprising two officers, six non commis
sioned officers and 100 mentotal, 1,158
men and 878 horses.
' Petraass VIARDOT GAUL, the cele
brate eantatrice, who withdrew from the
operatic stage about Meshy years, has
made her appearance again in her old
flororite rasa.Her voice, although not
quite as strong at it was during her youth,
is said 49481 possess osgUigrniftlafT shames
and" sweetness. Her new debut took
place at Weimar. as Orpheus in Gluck'a
opera of that name.
IT is rehled of the late Prince Henri
de Bourbon that het summer, while he
was at the Hotel Bsailewaskl, ox Queen
Labelle said to her eon, "Ask your uncle
alwitys to be your friend and protector."
The Prince thereupon took the boy one,
his knee and gave him a lecture on the
good qualities which he ought to cultivate.
When be had finished the ex Queen burst
Walsers, and cried out "Isomer words,
try to be all that your mother is not."
Henstaserin, the founder of the Home
opathic school, war one day consulted by
wealthy English Lord. The doctor
listened patiently to him. He then took.
a small vial, opened it and held it under
the Lord's nose.. "Smell l Well, you
are mine I" The Lord asked In mr-
Prise, "How much do-I come you ?"
"Thousand francs," was the reply. The
Lord immediately pulled out a bank note
and held it under e doctor's nose.
"Smell I Well, you are th
BIOMES King Louis the Second, of
Bever* consented to accept the resigna
tion of his Prime Minister, Prince
henlohe Sehilllngsfuesst, be conferred on
him die ighest grade o St. Hubert's '
order. As h this &inaction. f
the highest in
the gift of the King of Bavaria, gives
Prince Hohenloks the right to sit at the
royal table, n to the Princes of the
royal house, who hate the ex• Prime Min
ister intensely, they are much exasperated
at their royal brother, cousin and nephew.
NOTsrso shows better the revolution
which has taken place in France than
the complexllM of the three extra Com
missions sitting by Ministerial appoint
Some of the most inveterate ad
versities of Baron lisomaino Ind the
Imperial system are on the a Municipal
Commission. Odilon Burnt is President
of that on Decentralization, and old
Guizot presides in that on Superior Edo.
ration. Guillaume Guizot,! Leonor
Lavergne, Prevost Paradol;Lefevre Pon.
Remusat, Lsboulaye 'and Bt. Marc
Girardin, all of them noted aisti•lmperial
istgi' aro 6153 members or these com
Tag Duke de Nemours, the eldest son
or Sint Louis Phillippe, and now a gray
haired old gentleman, has gone to Vienna
for the purpose of. meeting there the
Comte de Chambord, the Legitimist
pretender to the throne of Prance, and
trying to bring about a reconciliation be
tween him and the house of Orleans. It
Is said that the Orleans Princes are very
anxious to return to Prance, and that
they have respired to IMPI7 to the Em
peror Napoleon the Third for permission
to go back to Parts, If the Count de Sham
bord will join them In inch an applies.
lion. Another, object of the Duke's jour•
ney to Vienna Is reported to be his de
eire to find a suitable husband for his
thughter, the Princess Marguerite, who
now In her twenty fifth year, and who
accompanies him on his trip to the Ans.
trim' capital. •
Funs the first of January, 1860,1111 the
Drat of January, 1865, the following cliPl
tal sentences were passed in the States of '
the North German Confederation: In
Pre:esti:4Bl, of. , which 26 were carried
IMO execution; in Hanover 80 eliminate
were sentenced to death, and 6of them
were executed; in the kingdom of Saxony,
15 sentences of death and 2 executions;
to the Grand Duchy of Hesse, 2 sen
tences and no executions; in the Grand-
Duchy of Mecklenburg•Schwerin, 5 fen.
tences s 9 executions; in the Grand.
Duchy of Sue, 4 se.ntenees and 2 execu
tions; In Brunswick, 1 sentence and no
execution; in. Saxe Meiningen 8 sea
wenn and 1 execution- In Saie.Alten
burg, 1 sentence and ' 1
s ue .ocberc, 2 sentences and no execu
tion; Schwarsburipdondelhansen, 1 sen.
fence and 1 execution; /lama, 1 sentence
and 1 execution; Hamburg, 2 sentences
and. 9 executions. Total, 2% sent ence ,
and 44 executions.
-Tax following is the treatment to
which fallen women are submitted at the
female prison of St. Lsznre, near Pads:
They are at first, after arritholp. at -the
prison, washed and bathed, and have to
exchange their filthy clothes for the rather
repulsive looking prison uniform, which
conceals even the beauty of very hand
some women. They are then numbered
and taken to a cell in the lowest tier of
the prison; in that cell they are left alone
for eight days, and they receive no "visit-
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ors except that of" . .he matron, who brings
them their food, d the prison almoner,
who exhorts them every day for hall art
hour, and, if they arc able to read, leaves
them a few trade to peruse. Durirtg these
eight daya they receive little P;od—in . the
morning a cup 61' milk ana a slice of
bread; at noonhean ot,up and a slice of
bread, and for dur";,er the same food as
Tor breakfast. this treatment brinks
moat of thr,
girls; and, at the expiration
of the days, they are,
'with few ex.
c'er''...fons, so penitent that they will gladly
uo anything the prison authorities ask
them to do. The truly penitent ones are
then brought into the second-class cells,
where they receive better food
food than below—coffee in the morn
lug, at noon a slice of meat to their
soup, and soup and bread la the evening.
For ten hours they have to work with
the other second class prisoners in-the
Saila des Trayauz, under the surveillance
of matrons. Conversation is strictly
prohibited, bitt the matrons read to them
from moral and instructive books.
Twice a day they BSc marched down to
the court yard, where they promenade In
the military step—a very curious specta
cle indeed. At the slightest infraction of
tha prison discipline they are sent down
again to the lower cells, or, in cases of
gross disobedience, put for hours into
revolving cages. Those who behave re
markably well are sent to No. 1 cells, but
are allowed ail day the freedom_ of the
prison, and they have only to perform
light house work. It Is said very few of
the, prisoners remain for a long time in
the third class cells, end that fully ono
half of them, after being released from
Bt. Legere, do not return to their former
vicious life, but become useful and re
spectable members of society.
GENERAL - NEWS
Tag Chilli= .3ohn Smith Is Ah Gee.
BinunsircoN, Vt., is sendinglumber to
Houccorarnic cure for hydrophobia—
A ILESIbRICT of Kentucky is 115 yearn
old. He Is an orphan.
"Jarttentsu rabbit" is a an Francisco
dainty. It is tated rat.
. CINCINNATI and St. Louis are getting
up buffalo parties for summer sport.
A CINCINNATI incendiary barricaded
the doors of a dwelling house before be
set fire to it.
GEORGIC BAND, not content saint be
coming an editress, aspires to become an
TnE :Rhode Island Legislature has
postponed the Prohibitory Liquor law
to the nextsession.
A VIE/IEOIST dog chairs tobacco. He
is probably .One of the breed formerly
known u turnspits.
Comsxwax balms returns next month.
.He his senta study of his "Maud Muller"
to the French Exhibition.
CALrFonitth is to have w centennial in
June. Father Juniper° Serra settled there
Just one hundred years ago.
WHAT costume ought to remind a lady
of - her washerwoman? Why, her lawn
dress, to the sure.—Com.
A rnisomin in Dubuque spoiled a $3
necktie in hanging himself, when there
was plenty of rope In his bedstead.
Tns Chinese officials at Formosa offer
#2OO reward for the head of an English
camphor merchant. Cheap enough.
Ara English estate that has been in
chatmery ninetyeight years has at length
been awarded to a lucky type•setter.
Tatum la a gas company in a New
England town which declares a "Beret.
annual dividend" once in seven years.
AlllnUCAng visitors at the Tuileries
Chapel complain of the boisterous manner
in which the Emperor blows his nose.
Tna plan of establishing a- Restate
I university in Siberia is main considered.
Enough students have already been sent
to stock one.
• A 158PBENT of Chief Justice Marshall
is said to be legging in the streets of Ma
con, Ga. It only remains to be added
that he begs well.
-A num) woman in Virginia made her.
self a vndow by killing her husband with
a flatiron as he lay peacefully sleeping on
SEVERAI: officers of the Royal Artillery
and also of other British regiments now
in Canada, were proceeding to England
in the City of Boston.
A POnTIAND paper reports that a gen
tleman is soon to become a member of a
-Massachusetts family .thrOugh the con
sanguinity cif marriage."
"Wixo's got the measles?" was the in
sulting remark howled at the Prince of
Wales from the gallery of the Dlobe
Theatre the other night.
Arnoros of Dana's suit against the
Chicago Ropublicon, the Times of that
city Is reminded of the saying—" Sue a
beggar and catch a—parasite."
A PUILADSLPHIA paper speaks of the
Border Raid bill as a slimy dragon, and
rejolixis that the monster was slain in the
Pennsylvania House on Wednesday.
Ters.mother of a colored family in
Georgia locked up her baby and went to
school. The house and the Infant burned
Op while she was reciting her primer.
Ferry THREE brutal men have, during
he put twelve months, learned that the
Massachusetts Society for the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals was not organized
A BOSTON paper publishes a columnon
Leigh Hurit. It does not mention Gen.
Grant, although be once turned his col
umns on a Lee bunt r.wl broueht down
Taw Senate Finance Committee's bill
to re.enaet the income tax is likely to re
ceive a very warm reception when it
comes up for debate, with chances about
even on It. • -
"Ewer it, my good fellow, was what
the Prince of Wales said to a railway
porter who told him he had left his watch
on the seat of. the carriage. Be thought
it was April 1.
°purr a raw_ recruit who his never
learned to use a pen be ordered to "right
face" by his superior officer before the
sergeant has taught him to "form kiiner
Ms Batton stopped a Broadway stage
the other day because one of its horses
was. afflicted with acute laminitis and
navicular thitie. But the horse was worth
only five dollars.
Tnn-loronto Leader can't see that
Eyre committed at wrong at all. He
waited, it says,' "for over five minutes"
ter signals of distress from the Oneida,
but saw and heard none.
FATHER HYACINTHE stuck the posters
advertising Lis own paper on the. pillars
of the various chapels in Paris, a privilege
accorded only to the Emperor's speeches
and the Bishops pastorale.
A Gunnel= husband went to Indiana
to secure a divorce from his trusting wife,
but the chills and fevers shook him into
his right mind, and he went back
repentant to ask forgiveness. --
A wonornrox exhibition at a Ver
mont lair was a frying pan that came
over in the ntyllower. That Is nothing
le what wo shall have here in a few
days—May flowers themselves.
A CINCINNATI lady created an excite
ment the other morning, by claiming to
have been robbed of tO,OOO by two men
who came up into her room in a balloon.
She proved to be slightly balloonatio.
Ax English - resident of Philadelphia
suggests that the British . people and
Englishmen in this country raise a fund
for the relief of the widows and orphans
of the men lot by the sinking of the
Ax octogenarian of Chicago tried to
poison 'his dau ti ghter g and two grand
children by putn deadly nightshade
Into the potatoes. They call this' a
"dreadful attempt at notoriety," In
Oxx day last week the Prince of Wales
hunted with the Earl of.
hotildai' dined with Lord Sydney, and
welt to a dance at the Duke of Maribor.
ongh's In the evening. Hard work; but
Lent Is a season of penance.-- Tomahawk.
SENATE: Appropriation Millie.
toed—Minority Reports in Con
-1 ested Election Cases—Revision
of .1 udi ci arYiSs stony —Epi ting
Executive Session7Col. McFar
land Rejected as Soldiers' Or
phans Superintendent Tem
perance Option Bill Squelched
—Thanks to Minister Curtin
- Mr. White Nominated as Speaker
by the Republicans, HOUSE:
Treasury Bill Passed as Amend
ed -Police Bill Postponed—Ap.
Propriation Bill Anteuded and
St nt Back to the Governor.
rill Dispsich to the Pittsburgh tisattte
HARRISBURG, April 8, 1870.
A VPRO ritiArtorr BILL PASSIM AND
. • vwromo.
Tho oppropriation bill, as agreed to by
both holism, went to the GoVenter this
morning and was returnatto the House
about half-past twelve &cid*, with hie
objections, to the ellect that the bill did
not protride for vouchers from notions
embraced In the bill.'
Mr. DAVIS, In the Houle, immediately
Mtroduced the old bill de nove,.wlth an
amendment meeting the Governor's ob.
jection, which passed finally and RIO
sent to the Senate.
Mr. RANDALL, on the part of the
minority of the Diamond-Watt Commit
tee, submitted a lengthy report against
Mr. BROOKE submitted a minority
report In the mote of Findlay vs. Scull,
alleging that the ruling of the majority
was wrong. • .
TILE JUDICIARY EMMEN..
Mr. WRITE, trona the .Tucllclasy torn•
mine°, reported a reeolution directing
the committee to inquire Into the pro.
prlety of revising the judiciary system
of the State, to report at the next session
Of the Legtelature.
Mr. WOTAN 'introduced i resolation
ti;:o Into executive session on nomina.
tines of the Governor. Agreed to.
The nominations : of Henry (Inhere%
William .W. Rutherford and George
Berliner an Trustees of the PefilleYlVaide
'lnsane Asylum were unanimously ain.
firmed. • • • \ --.
When Mr. Bergner's notainatiot was
road, Mr. Lowry said ho would give toe
reasons some time in a public letter why
ha refined to vote on the nominatim.
The nominations of the following es
anannisrioners of the /Lard of Public
Charities were confirmed: 'Thograa L.
Kane, for live years, G. Dawson Cole.
man, four years, George I, Harrison,
three years, Charlie A. Wood, twoyears,
Relater Clymer, one year.
The nomination of Colonel E. L
Osborn as Major General of the Ninth
Division of Yenuttylvhnia Militia was
unanimously conftrated. The lumina-
Alen of. Alfred L. • Pearson so Major
General of the Eighteenth Division of '
Pennsylvania Militia was unanimously
The nomination of Geo. F McFarland,
State Superintendent of Soldiers' Or
phew., was rejected. .
Yeria—Mesers. Allen, Duncan, Findlay,
Kerr, Linderman Loarry, Mclntire,
Mumma, Osterhord, Robinson and Watt
Nays—Mtn/int. Beak, Brchke, Brod
head, Brown, Bunkelew, Connell, Davie,
Graham, Lieurair, Howard, Nagle, Olm
rand, Randall, Ratan, 'turner, Wallace,
Warfel, White, and Stinson.. Speaker
Sunsetlucidly, Mr.' GRA.IIIOI. moved
a recousidemilon of the action of the
Senate in rejecting the nomination of
Mr. LOWRY asked why this motion
was made. Ho hoped it was not done to
disgrace the gallant soldier who had loot
one leg at Gettysburg, • and perhaps
should have lost tile other. Enough in
justice had already been done him,
Mr. GRAHAM bald his motion was ap.
Parent. It was for the purpose of having
another vote by which the matter might
be settled. Since this gentle Man's nom.
(nation had been rejected by the Senate
other influence. had boon • brought to
work upon the floor of the Senate against
action of the Senate in thts matter,
and It was time that this Phonic! be bu t
Mr. LOWRY replied that as to info.
once, if there was -no Influence at work
here In favor of Col. McFarland, there
ought to be.
At this stage , there was considerable
After further discussion Mr. GRAHAM
called the previous question, which WAS
Yeaa—liosare. Beck, . Brooke. Brod
head, Brown, Connell, Davis, Graham,
Henazey, lloward, Nagle, Rindall, Ro
om. Wallace and Stinson, Speaker—Gl:
Nuys—Moser. Allen. Duncan, Find.
lay, Kerr, Linderman, Lawry, Mclntire,
Momma, Glinted, 'Osterhourt and White
Ma'am LOWry and Mumma attempts.
frequently to speak for Cll. McFarland
but wero ruled out of order.. .
The questton wan then put on the m.
tlon to recnnalder, wriloh wad not agreed
yeas—Mossrs. Atlon. Dalll3lo.Riudia
Kerr, Llndernsau, Lowry, Mclntire',
Mumma, 0 sterbout, Robison, White—li.
Nays—Messrs , Beck, ,Brooke, Brod.
head, Brown. Bnckalew, Connell, Davis,
Graham, Ho:160y, Howard, Nagle, Ran.
dell, Ratan,Wallace and Stinson, Speaker
This clinched the opposition to Col.
McFarland, and precluded. any •reeon•
side:atteo of the action of the Senate
rejecting the Governor'n nomination.
--Mr. LOWRY—I rusk leave to make a
statement now. I think the prcceedieg
we have just gone through aro the moat
unfortunate I have over witnessed in all
my experience In the Sen ate.. Sen a tor
Graham rises In his place, and chargena
brave soldier, who left one leg at Gaups.
burg, and bad better have left the other,
with using improper influences upon
Mr. ORAHAM eald he bad mad t ha t
such charge. He urged, however,
Improper lufluences were at work to pro
duce a raison against the expressed with
of the Senate. Ho explained that It wee
common to seek to reveres and just as
common to move a reconsideration to
prevent each reversal.
Mr. LOWRY contended there .xmid be
nothing wrong In seeking to change the
decision of the Senate on this question.
The Senator from Allegheny had mae an
elaborate report exonorating Col. d Me.
Farland, and now be:came in'hore to dis
grace a soldier who his coon.
try faithfully', and hewould gag Mr all
discussion. 1 repeat, in all my yeant in
the State Senate, no injustice has been
perpetrated equal to that perpetrated in
the Senate to-day. 0:01: McFarland, a
good and faithful soldier, has been im.
properly and wrongfully disgraced lathe
Mr. GRAHAM. replied that the purpose
was to prevent further action on &begun , .
Son decided by the Senate, which had
by a clear majority expressed their wish
that Col McFarland should not be con
tinued se Superintendent of the Soldiers!
Mr. MUMMA rising to epoak, there
ware calls for the order of the day, and
the Speaker adjourned the Semite.
In thin afternoon Mr. WHITE Intro-,
duoed a bill leaving to a vote of the
zens of ..leffereon county the liquor
license nueetion. Passed. • ,
Mr. ALLEN attempted to get up the
House Local Option Tepperlincki bill,
seconded 1:0 . Mr. Kerr, but three at-,
tempts failed; and. the bill was rubes.
The Appropriation bill as amended by
PITTSBURGH, THURSDAY, 1 APRIL 7, 1870
he Rouse was passed and went Utak to
ALLEGHENY ?IRE MARSHAL
The Allegheny county Fire Marshal
bill passed In the evening.
Mr. BILLINOFELT introduced a rob'
olutton complimentary to ex-governor
Curtin, Minister to RUSSi3. Bussed
The Itepllicana in tho Senate unant
utensil, no • hinted Senator White lei the
next Speaker. ,
NOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
T it 6 TRZASURY BILL.
• The Treasury Mil from the Senate was
POLICE HILL POSTPONED.
The newi Philadelphia Pollee bill was
ThSCurtin resolution was pissed Inman
piously. 1 . '
(HEWN D SE6SION.)
(pi Tel:a aph t, tha Pittsburgh ElaZatta.)
Waiminotoß, April 6, 1870.1
Mr. HOWARD reported favorably Um
bill annulling 'Umtata iota of tboi Wyom
lag Legislature relatives to the Pacific
Mr. SUMNER repttatad a ettbstitute
for the bill relating , to appeals from
The deficiency bill was considered
<lndult the morning hour in Committee
of the Whole. The amendments from
the Appropriation Committee were
iidopted, appropriating 1100.000 to the
fund for sick - and disabled seamen,
omitting the appropriation of 110,000 for
Sandusky Custom Hones, increasing .
that for New yorkrostoffice from $lOO,.
800 to 1100,000, that for Boston Posh:Mee I
from 1200,000 to 1360,000, and that for
branch mini at' San Francisco from 5100,
000 to 1150,000, giving the Delaware In
dians 136,000 for stock stolen from thorn
by whites, 160,000 for contingencies of
army, 150,000 for army' recruiting see.
vice, and /50,000 for continuing work on
marine Hospital-at Chicago. Various
other amendments were adopted. in.
voicing an aggregate increase of 1222,000:
The bill then came before the . Senate.
Mr. THURMAN argued the approptl.
stick's for furniture for public buildings
were excesalve..and moved a reduction
of that for Springlield..illinola, Court
house, which was rejected.
.On motion of Mr. RAMSEY, IRO;000
wore added for necessary food for vari
ous tribes of Sioux In Dakota. .„
'The bill was then-reported to the Sen.
ate and peened.
Mr. SHERMAN moved to takirup the
income tat Mil. - Not agreed to—yeas
The Georgia bill corning up id order, it
wee poettioned and made the smicial
order for Tuesday next, that the Senators
absent at the funeral of General Thomas
might be present and vote.
At 4.2.5 tho Senate went into executive
session and soon after adjourned.. •
HOUSE; OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. TANNER offered a joint resole.
tiou providing for a portrait of General
Thomss to No place] in the Caplto'.
Iteferrod to committee on Library.
Mr. DAWES Introduced a bill making
real estate and personal property. except
United States bouds and eintrehomers'
shares of National bank.. subject toState
taxation. Referred to Committee on
On motion of Mr. STEVENSON. the
Secretary of War was asked for infor
mation es to the condition of the- works
on the lensistrillsind 'eared:.
M. Mooftsatst, nom the Committee
lon Elections, reported the bill removing
disabilities from T. E. Shafer. Csnixresa.
man slant in Shan District, North Caro
line,and permitting him to be sworn,
whihpasstsi. - . , • •
Mr. WOOD, rising to a personal ex
planation, read • letter from General
' Howard complalnieg of a rem ark of his
that the General. had grcrwn rich from
the Freedmen's Bureau and challenging
investigation. He char g ed that GenerM
Howard had been guilty of dereliction of
duty on the following points': Mat, that
he had taken from appropriations made
I for and rebelpte of the bureau mare than
p100,000,' Improperly and without I,IW,
for Howard University , hospital and
land; eecorl, that portions of the land
' alleged to ave been bold for the benefit
1 of the Howard University • fund were
disposed of Improperly -to members of
his own family and officers of his stiff;
'third, that bonds Issued In aid of the
Find Congregational Church in the City
of Washington were taken for a portion
of ts land, which bad not yet been re.'
deem hi ed or peld, nor been returned In his
edictal - accounts as nob; fourth, that the
Uolverelty building and hospital were
built of patent brick, furnished by the
American Building Block Co., of which
General Howard, Charles Howard, Gen.
E. Is. Whlttlesy and-,E. W. Alvord,
all attached to the bureau, were
interested as stockhelderm . fifth,. that
thespecifications for the construction
of there building' provided the material
to be used in the erection should be
taken from the brick made by this corn.
pony, thus preventing competition and
securing the use of that brick and no
other for that purpose; sixth, that the
brick soused was unfit and nearly worth
less, parts of the building having fallen
down in consequence and other parts
having been repaired and rebuilt at an ex
pease of, p 18,000; seventh', that by hiti
cobenlosonngtintig to the
his knowledge, lumber
the Govertiment was used
by this conipany, and appropriated to Its
eau. benefit, being resold to its em.
Wye's; Rth, that he pays rent to the
Howard University from the:ands of the
myelin for the privilege Of headquarters:
sixth, that he draws three salaries, vis:
one as Brigadier General in the United
States Army, another as Co . ounlesionor
of the Freedmen's Bureau, and third, as
head of the Howard University; tenth,
that he has paid from the funds of the
bureau over 1400,000 for the construction
of the First Presbyterian Church in this
' city, taking church blinds in return,
I which berm either returned in Me so
-1 counts as cash en hand.or sent South for
, the purposes of the bureau; eleventh.
, he has advanced a large suns from the
' funds of the bateau to the Young Men's
I, Christian Association in this city, taking
their bonds in payment, which have been
sent to Tennessee to help freedmen"
1 schoolsln that State; - twelllh, that he
I caused, at knowingly allowed, lands in
thiscity owned by an officer of the bit
-1 resit to be transferred to the freedmen's
'schools In North Carolina. the officer.
t taking money appropriated for the
1 schools, thus perpetrating a fraud both
upon the Government and freedmen;
' thirteenth, That he was Interested In the
I purchase of a farm of atout three bull
droll acres near the Lunatic Asylum In
this city, for which 'Mbar) funds and
othir property or the GOvernment were
used, and buildings were erected thereon
1 Malt of lumber belonging to the Govern
ment, and theu let or sod to freedmen at
exorbitant prices, and that be and his
brbther, Charles Howard, were pereom
ally interested in . thin 'transaction as a
private pecuniary apiculation ; four
teenth, he had Witcher ed the duties of
the office of Cominiaalofier of the Bureau
with extravagance andegligence and In
the interests' of himself nd family and
friend's; fi fteenth, he is In the favor or
a »ring," known as '' e Freedmen's
Bureau ring," with connections with the
Freedmen's Savings Bank and Freed
.men's'achools of the South and the pont.
101 l machinery of a party in the Southern
States, and Whose practice it has been to
devote the ofilcuil authority and , power
of the Bureau. to personal. and political
In conclusion Mr. WOOD offered a
resolution instructing the Committee on
Freedmen's Affairs to examine and re-
Fart whether General Howard has man
aged the fends entrusted to him as corn
, missloner with integrity, and whether
1 all the- money appropriated for and
' received by the bureau has been diver
, tot to other purposes than those direct
td by law, with authority to send for
persons and tapers.
Mr. MAYNARD raised, the question
of order, whether unanimous consent to
make a pens:nal explanation extended
to permluslun to offer resolutions.
The SPRAYER replied It did not.
Mr. MAYNARD'objected to tho re v._
tuition beingsfrened, . ' ,
Mr. WOOBjeald he selected for 14vrItt
gatIon a comtittee composed entirely of
Republicans bud , he doubted whether
the gentlemin from Tennessee would
take the pereonaland political rorponsi
Witty of keeping out the reeolution.
Mr MAYNARD raid he would take
that responsibility; to do what he con
sidered his duty.
Mr. WOOD—I have made my Mate
moot and offered my resolution, and the
majority of ,the Muter may take the e
The SPRARER--The resolution -is of
before the House, : •
Mr. DAW RS remarked that after thh
etatement made bY the gentleman f cim
New York, he thought the matter
should be referred to e commlite for
investigation and moved a resoled° for
that purpose. i
Mr. FRISKS hopcd there wo dbe
objection to that. Asarepresentatlve
of the Saito that - was proud of the 1
of Gentral Howard. he hoped th e
charger, In which there was no trut I
whatever, would befully investigated.'
Mr. DAWES said" whet he made the
Motion he with animated by the mete
I motive expressed by the gehtieman from I
Maine. He had the fullest confidence in
the lutegrity of •t7 imeral Howard, and I
thought it due to him and the country 1
that such etatemente made by a member
of the House be tulle Investigated. The
gentleman, (Mr. .roo d) In presenting
the charges against General' Howard,
'Made himself responsible for them. He
trusted the investlitatten Would be made,
and if General Heeled was guilty, the
House would dest , properly with him.
But if the gentleman from New York
had allowed hluisele to be madam vehicle
for unfounded, mak:Sous and treacher.
mut slander, the House would deal with.
Mr. WOOD eatd h/ was willing to take
the pommel reerrensibllityOf any charge
he made, and be hoped when the' Ileum
bad conetdered the investigation of Gen.
Howard, It would tare its attention to
the gentleman tram • Massachimette (Mr.
Butler), and Invest4rate him also.
After further dimpuraion •by Moors.
sceonek, Shank,"Datres,,Cax, Peter, and
Hale the resolutioneFured by Mr. Dawes
' The House refused to take up the bu
slues!' on the Speaker's table by vote 78
to - St, and after : '. statement by Mr.
BANKS that he • desired as soon sa pos•
sails to 'brine arrant -ions relative" to
Oubs,-went Into ramittee on tkeTartfr
Amendments ere effired advancing
and reducing the tax on cordials, but
rejeo.e4, and the WM; thereon remains at
two dollars per gallod, es reported la the
- • sures in reference M . bay, rum and
coloring for brandy!were, passed over
without amendment." , - . ,
The clause on mineral or medicinal
water PM amended by the addition of a
proviso, Gist such water, -the product
'lf-springs within liven:dies - of teeth:died
States boundary, be, imported free of
The next clause wail then, brought up,
that taxing eleare, cigarettes and
cheroots two dollen per pound. and
twentvrive contend enforce.
After 'Recursion . -en _amendment
offend by Mr. Wet/Marne, of Mem..
making the duty two dollarsoand- tiny
cents par pound. was agreed to—lit to 38.
Pending an amendment., offered b
Mr; Strong to make the duty three _do t
tars per pound, and tinyrdm per Mint . t a d
weerea, the Oommlttee- d Houle adjourned. ' '
THE FUNERAL ORTEGE
General 'roomier • Remains En Bente
nentenstrations at indecent Petals.
ter Teiesiara to tee rittaituseCissettea
TotxDo,'o., April I7The remains of:
General Thomas arrive here this morn- ,
I log et 6:10 - under eaeott of a detachment
elate. Sinend U. S. Cajatry, under cotn•
mend of Colont•I, Litckleld mid Willard. 1
Lieutenant oeuerat Sheridan, chief ofti
cer of the funeral train, wag met at the
depot bye largo coneesir' re of exaoltliers
end citizens under - the maratialshiP of
Brig. Gem .1. W. Fuller, and as she train
entered the depot he tiroV o i , sim formed
• on mob aide of the irtrain Con.'
t i T g a h l h ier l e. t h b e rt es. co r r a p t a. se he and
o r f u b a o r rouk n d e 0 0f . 7 .1
rotated of e
w ee h id ie l h ora m .' n
I fast at the Island House. where it wee
• foluebyellialor General John Pope and 1
sevetirefileers from Detroit, who accent.,
• panted the remains east. The train de. I
parted at moven o'clock. Minute guns •
were tired as the train arrived and de. i
Lars, Pa., April 6.—lien . Thomas'
• funeral cortege arrived hero at 3 r. x.'
to-day. Flags were displayed •at half
' mast throughout the city, the belle tol
-1 ling bud minute guns tiring The sailors I
• and marines of U. S. steamer Michigan, I
• under Lieutenant Commander . Reed, par- 1
deflated In •the demonstration, and a
' vast concourse of citizens ansetnbled at 1
the Union Depot to do honor to the fallen
hero. • After delay of Italian hour the ,
funeral train proceeded outward.
Burreuci, April 6.—A joint committee -1
• of the City Council, oitisene, State mill- •
Lary and United States officers left here
at noon today on a spacial train to meet
the remains of General Thomas at the'
Pennsylvania line and escort hem - to •
this city, where they will bo received
with military honors and escorted as far 1
as Rochester.. • -
Butrrat.o, April 6.—The demonstration 1
In honor of the late General Thomas
here to-day was of a most imposing 1
character. : The joint committee of
members of the City Council, citizens
and United Metes officers met the train I
containing the remains at the: Pennsyl
viola State- line, and escorted them to
this city, where they arrived at 7:45 this
evening. National digs were dteplayed 1
at half mast onublic andprivate bulid- •
Ines during t he . day, and the belle '
tolled while the remains 'were in the
city. As the train 'approached, appro. •
teats salutes were tired, and a band
; played a dirge. At the- depot the re
• mains were Twelve(' by it detachment.
of United Staten troops from Fort Porter,
and State military tankers. Federal and
State troops In fun uniform, with adore
draped In mourning. The Immense
crowd maleitalued perfect order. The
remains will be detained herountll 12:70
a. x., In ' order to. repair • a damaged
journal of the car bringing the remains
fr ff i om Omaha. A largo box of flowers
was placed on the con, the usual mili
tary honor paid, and a guard of honor
remained in charge of the remains until
the hour of departure from Buffalo.
The Ohio Leglelature
Mt 'recant/0 to the Pittsburgh Sl:rent.)
Couustnus, April 6.—The Senate spent
tho day on the !Soldiers' Orphans' Home
bill. Au important amendment was
adopted, providing that . the State
Auditor shall allow cities or counties the
seine amount for taking care of soldiers'
orpbaus that It 'would coat to take care
of children in the State Home. The
amendment was passed.
The apptopriation bill paseed tne
House this morning:
The bill to repeal the visible admix
ture law failed to pass the Honer, lackinz
three votes. The Damocratet polled In
the negative. -
The tiovernor has appotntod the
lowiug Truatees of the Agricultural Col.
leger First Cengrewdonal District, A. F.
Ferry; Second. Jae. T. Wright; Third, R.
C. Anderson; Fourth, .W.. IL McClurg;
Fifth, Win. Sawyer; Sixth, Janus R.
Tremble; Seventh.. .1m S. Sulityn,a;
Eighth, Thos. 0. Joni.; Ninth, Warren
Ralphl; Tenth, Jas. W. Ross; Eleventh,
Leeto; Twelfth,. Daniel Keller;
Thirteenth, M. M. Munson; Fourteenth,
N. S. Townsend; Flteenth, V. 13. Hor
• ton; Sixteenth, John C. Jamison; Seven
, tcentb, Cornelius Ault man; Eighteenth
p J. P. Kirtland, and Ninteenth, H. II
Bnowrosvicts., Af rll 6.—River falling
slowly, 'with 634 feet of water in the
channel. Weather cioutly. Th onnom ,,,
ter 42. at 4 r. at.
OIL CITY, April 6.—Rlver falling, with
6 feet and 10 inches of water In the chart
nel. Weather cloudy. Thermometer
5I at 6 r.
ido ,,,,,, AsT oww, April 6,—River falling,
with a feet of water In the channel.
Weather cloudy. Thermometer 42 at 4
April. 6.—River . falling,
with 6 feet of Victor in the channel.
Weather cloudy. Thermometer 42 at 5
(II e I.; pb L (111 rittsburg.h diut tte. )
o n , Pa., April 6.—About noon
today R J. Bole, a conductor on the
Allegheny Vancy Railroad, fell between
the cars at Ventlngo (1)17 and. bed tote
loft leg, right, fo - t sod Tell arm run over.
Ho wili hardly burvl)o. . •
t, three J .buoy Hlt•Ce, one of
n widla tan ity of lr von how), while
ptenilog a ridr, 1011 bi‘timetell the care of
I trio ox prove nor:L.l4ll)d - 614 Will legs cut
elf: • Another' boy of the ea:1111 Gunny
wee run over and kilOd idles year.
Fisheries in British Jurisdiction
—Further Memorial Services
—Appointments — Information
Declined by the President
. Income Lists Not to be Pub
et. Tin grata, to the rim ots rgh de tells.
WASitintrron, C., April 6, 1870.
MINISTER TO DENMARK.
The folioiring uotumatton war sent
to to day: James P. Root, of Kansas,
Minis:or resident at Hague.
GO TO TR 31".
The. Congressional Committee to at..
tend .the funeral of General Thomas
leave W . wihington to-morrow evening - .
The 'President, (lateral Hhertuau and
otheris take tho noon;train.
L ! The following MOSSEMO wan sent to the
HOW3O today by the 'President :
In Boaster ton reiolutiou of the House
of Representatives cr t
7th of March,
relating tolleherioa In Rattail waters, 1
transmit it report front the Secretary of
Stato'nrid mere which accompany it,
and Fhave to state Gist the commanding
officer of the naval steamer ordered to
the fishing grounds will be instructed to
give hie attention, 'should circumstances ,
require it, to cases which may anve
under aikv change which may be made
in'the British laws affecting the fielkel lea
within,Brittsh Jurisdiction, with a vioar
of Preventing. eu far an It may be ha ide
power, infractions by citizens of the
United Bttee of the first article of the
treaty between the United States and
Great Britain of 1818, end of the laws In
force relative to fisheries within the
Britieh jurisdiction, or any illegal Inter.
ferenek with the pursuits of lishormen of
the United States. , '• • •
(Signed) ' S. GRANT.
WARHINOTON, March 31, 1870: .•
et:mins:l usmonier , BERVIOS24
.. There were proceedings to-night at
Masonic Hall in honor of the memory of
General Thonitte, under the auspices of
the Grand Arnay of the 'Republic. • Goo.
Schanck Presided.. An oration wits de
livered by Gen. Logan, and brief
speeches by Secretary Belknap, Vice
President Colfax, Ex Governor Falr
done appropriate -to the occasion were.
General SPertrian left this evening for'
Troy to att@nd Like funeral 01 General
Thomas. He will preemie the President
to supervise final arrangements.
• . 1 APPOTNTIIENTS.
The following nominations were sent
to the Senate Ude afternoon: Hugh L.
Bcind, of Maryland, Judge of the Fourth
Judicial District Circuit, vice George A.
Pearce, withdrawn. -
The Senate confirmed the hillowing
nominations: Consuls—Jan. R. Wheeler,
Massachusetts. at Kingston; .1.11. Gould,
of. Maine, at- Birmingham; .1. B. Kerr,
Missouri. at Selo; Benjamin B. Merton .
Rhode Laur!, at Caloula, Uruguay ;
Ktuubaru, of Diatr:ut of Columbia, nt
Vsrviers: D. H. Batchelder, of New
liampThlre, at Londonderry; Moms lint
lott. Chief Colorado Torrnoryl
W.. T. Paulen, . Mulahal. tJtah Territory .
John E. George, Postmaster at Lebanon
The President, In repiPlo ttike...House
haolution;enchweilth that - liody to-day
a oomnirmicatlon Dern the Secretory
State, saying that It was `•incompatible ,
with public Intererre" to ferrite& certain
.rniation connected with the San
Doihlnge treaty. pending in. executive
aezelon of the Senate.
Dr. Hiyes, Arena explorer. Where at
the holiance or the Senate, Foreign - Com•
mitten, to explain his viewo relative to
the propriety or the now expedition. to
the North Pole. -
A report from Supervisor hiarr, of
Sanaa.% shows the arwassrnentit for Feb
niary, Ib7l, are ninety-three per cent
over last February.
A Virginia delegation were at the Ex.
eentive hiannien to-day, eenferrine with
the Prealdent relative to appointments
in that State. ,
Commissioner Dolan° has forbidden
tho publication of annual lists of /WOMB
mentn of income returns.
NEW YORK CITY
A Jury Obtained in the McFarland-
Richardson Case—State Aid to
nians —The Tobacco Trade—
Woman Suffrage Conference.
Illy Telegraph. to the riltaburgh Duette.,
• Raw Yong, April 6, 1870.
TdE M'VARLAND CARS. •
Upon the re-assembling of the Court,
the examination of the panel was con
Untied. The tenth juror watt found after
a dozen or more were rejected'. Mr.
Graham. in the course of the OXllndna
lion, said: "The papers have said the
prisoner was an inebriate. Such an
opinion le false. Wo are golf% • to, dare
the prosecution to prove this. It has
been given out that ho was brutal to this
Woman. That statement Is equally false.
We are going to dare the prosecution to
prove that. The , papets have said she
was driven upoh the stage to earn her
living, That statement is utterly false.
We dare the prosecution to prove that."
Tho fury having been completed, the
Recorder cautioned them Against reading
newspapers during the trial, and excused
them till to morrow. Adjourned.
WOMAN Buren...on otrarzasnoz.
A. conference of leading workers In the
woman's suffrage movement was held
this afternoon at Fifth avenue hotel, for
the purpose of devising measures for:the
union of the several suffrage associations
throughout the country •In one central
organization. A. constitution for the
American Wourfan'm Suffrage Association
-was submitted and will he considered at
a future meeting. Theodore Tilton is
named for President, Miss Anna E. Dick
inson for first 'Vice President. New
York delegations favored ,the union cud
nenAnstornous SRN lANR.
• 'James Gibbous, President of the
Fenian Senate, has Issued an official null.
tication to the Brotherhood warning
them to not pay say attention to reports
they may receive hostile to the Congress
at Chicago, which will • be held on
the 11th Instant, end will be
the only legitimate represensation of the
Fenian organization. Michael Ker
win, Fenian Secretary et War, has re
signed. • being dissatisfied with Oen.
O'Neill'e late proooedinge.
J. AIV.K AND RIMEIND.
The reported severe illness of Senator
Tweed Is Incorrect. He today Intro
duced e bill abolishing the present
Board of:Supervisors of Now York city
Juno let, and forming a new Board of
the - Mayetr, Recorder and Aldermen
elected undi the new charter.
STAY AI RAILROADS.
The b il l vlog State aid to several
railroad projects, the • Midland, the'
us higt oWn h t i h te e S
Hall a nd '
Plattsburg, have passed both Houses of
the Legislature. Tho amount appropri
ated Is #lOO,OOO.
TIES TOBALVO TRADE.
ThO Tobsccontem' Arosoclation appoint
ed a committee to proceed to Washing.
ton to endeavor to procure a reduction
of duties on imported cigars and equal-
Iztaion of taxation on all monitor tobacco.
The steamer Queen, from "Avenue),
went 'whereat Sandy Hook this mom.
log, but got off and arrived up. - Also
arrived, the steamer Allemanla, from
Republican Mato Convention hes
been milled to meet at Rochester. April
zath, to nominate eaudldatealor Judges
of the Court of Appeals..
NEWS BY ';ABLE. ,
The Inter-Cniversity Boat Bace
Won by the Cambridge Cr.ew
- The Bombay-Oneida A ffair
The Conscription Revolt in
Lev To,•eraeh lotus tenderise ssettr.)
GREAT murmic - •
Loans, April 6.—The ',Cambridge
crow won the boat race by ono length.
The inter -university boat race, between
the Oxford and Cambridge eight oared
crews, took Mace this afternoon on the-
Themem, the course being from Putney
to Mort Dike, about four anti a half •
miles. Notwithstanding the greet pree
cure brought to boar upon the Conserv.
ency of the Thames to allow a private
steamer to foliose the Witte, none but the
two offidajeMeardere were permitted to
do so. London poured hundreds of' '
thuusauds to witneee the contest, and the
numbers were increased by excursion
parties from the trountry
. brought by
trains from all directions. Among the
epecteters were the. Priticeerif ,Walee„
Prince Teck, eon of the - Pasha of
Egypt, and many Lorde mid mem
bers of Parliament. - Eats, which at
a; one time were eleven to eight
on the Oxfords, wore so eagerly taken
by tie friends of the Cambridge that
shortly before the start the odds had re
ceded to live to four on the Oxfords. The
excitement of the - welting multitudes
became intense as the hoer for the siert
approached. At exactly tire o'clock the
Oxonians shot out from their beat house
at Putney and received en ovation
from the • spectators almost equal
to that given the Oxford four
when they came out against tho Her
yards last year. The mon rested ou
their oars In midstream nearly eight
• minutes, when the Cantabs made their
appearance and took up a position ou
Middlesex side of the river. They also
had a wont entheelwatle reception from
the multitude and seemed in splendid
condition. An even start was effected
and the boats went off with a strong tide
In their favor. At the Aqueduct, fifty
yards, the Cantabs began to gain and
when they reached Crover Cottage, three
. quarters of a mile, they were half a
Length ahead.. Here the Oxfords spurted
and kept it up for some distance. Their
(Benda on shore wildly cheered them.
pat without effect. The momentary
struggle turned In favor of the Camelia.
thougu the latter were evidently rowing
entitle their strength, and at Hammer
smith Bridge the Cambridge was
clear of the Oxford. Under the
arch the Oxonians again spurted and
eacceeded in reducing the gain of their
opponents to half a length. A sharp
struggle followed in Corry Reach, hut an
they pained Isle of Air, two' and three
quarter miles,. the Oxonians began to
fade, and Ihe Cantabs. who were stilt
fresh, rapidly drew in front and won the
race. Tee spectators' euthusitistu found
expression in storms of screams and
cheers as the Cambridge men reached
thestakeboat.', The time of the race has
been variouely reported, but Is now
authoritatively stated at twenty minutes
and thirty seconds. The Cambridge
crew on the morning Of the race weighed
eleven pomade more than the Oxfords.
The winners owe in no email degree
their eucceme to the advice of Mr. Morri
son, who "vouched" the Oxford four last
year for their match with the Harvarde.
The TM/CS admits that as the evidence
stun& tete unable.to acquit the Captain
of the U,mbay of blame, and says that
the, American Government and people
have great cause for their resentment.
The Belgian , . have declined to send ar
ticle. to the Fele at l..ndou in 11371.
Advice"' from• Spain represent that little
I is known of the state or affairs at Same
lons, as the revolters have cut the tele
graph-wires. en every direction.
Lorrnorr,'Apt - 11 deputatien itifoi
saZeri is Colonial -trade have united in a
protest to Postmaster General against the
new postal regulations, so far as they
apply to the forwarding of printed mat-
ter through the teethe.
• Acevansea, Wsles, last evening, Cook,
champion at billiards, made the extraor
dinary break of 631.
The Carleton, from Greenock. for qua
bee. foundered st sta. Two of her beats,.
containing the crow, reached the north
comet of Ireland. A third boat .hateleot
yet been heard' of.
A fire occurred among the lace factories
at Nottingham last night. Dateage
In 010 Commons to-day the bill relative
to sites for place, of worship, gave rise to
an animated dieoussion. Mr. Nowdegate
and others opprined the bill, but it paused
to second reading and the House
adjourned. _ _
Xprll 6.—The Madrid Gazette
says that order has been restored at Bar- •
celona, but not without considerable lona
of life. The barricades were attacked by
the soldiers and taken without difficulty.
Many of the rioters were killed and
wounded. The whole province of Bar
celona has been declared in a state of
siege. The Governor of the province has
been•displaced, and the city occupied by
There are rumors • of serious disorders
everywhere, particularly at Valencia
and Cadiz, growing out• of the popular
opposition to the conscription law recent
MADRID, April 6.—Slight disturbance's,
growing out of conscription. are reported
at Malaga and Salamanca. Ind with the
exception of the fighting in Barcelona
nod vicinity, there has been no serioria
resistance to the law.
Paws, April & The Ecol de Medicine
has been closed until the first of May, on
account of the disturbances created by
the students soil insults offered to Dr.
Ulric de Fouvielle, before hie departure
from Tenni, was tendered a banquet by
the radicals, but declined. He Is now in
Lyons, where strong efforts ire being
made to elect him to the Corps Logic.
ST. PETERSOURG, April 6.--The Em
poror and Empress will aeon go on a tour
through the Crimea and Caucasian pro.,
sinews, and will subsequently aisit Darm
stadt and Ems. , .
(rsErwerows. Alien CI —Tho steamer
Virginia, (rota Now York, arrived yes
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Lormorr, April 6. —Consols 93n.
American securities steady: 650 90,v, 628
91.4, 67s 89g, 10-40 s ID, Erles 21g,
note 1149;. stocks firm: A. R G. W. 28%,.
FitansFonr.Aprll 6.—Monde firmer at
PARIR, April O.—Bourse firm at 7417 e.
'Lo N D O N, April G.—Tallow steady at
44s 11. Sperm oil 99(4915. Sugar 39s 3d.
Whale nil 38s. Lloneed quiet and ateady.
Lined oil firmer at 32s 10d ®32e lid.
Refined petroleum flat at le ;Nth
Devlin, April 6.—Cotton opened active
and firm a.. 13734 f on spot and 1341 afloat.
lavkaroot., April 6.—Cotton market
quiet and steady with middling uplands
at .11%'®lly‘d and 11% . 911Md for
Orleans; sales 12,000 bale& Bresdatuffe
quiet. California white wheat 98 2.1®9a
3d; rod western No. 2 7n 11d@80 and 8a 6d
for winter. Western Flour 19s 9d. No.
2. mixed Corn 28s Bd. Oats 28 Esl. Bar.
ley 50. Peas 37e 6d. Pork 93s 13.1. Beef
101 s 6d. Lard firm at 67e. Cheese 708
6d. Bacon sbs Bri for Cumberland cut.
N" ... tal stores quiet.
Connecticut Eteetion —Complete Iteturnr
EBY Telegraph to the rittsbarsh Ossetia.]
a majority . for English of eight hundred
and tea votes. The Vote for Jewell was
43,320, and for English 44,120. Total
87,470. The total vote Jut Year wad
90,575, including ten scattering: decrease
3,145. Republican vote 2,173100: Demo-
cretin vote, 9721ess. -
The Senate stands eleven Itepnbileluls
to ten Democrats. tut year it stood
thirteen RepUbllcans to eight Democrats.
The Dorm stands one hundred and
twentpseven Republicans to one hun
dred and twelve Democrats. Last year
It stood one hundred and thirty Be.
C lloans to one hundred and, eight
The latest revised returns give E ng .
lish eight hundred and thirty-two ma..
jority. Benda: eleven Republicans, ten
Democrats. Hones: thirteen Republi
RHODE ISLAND ELECTION
IteptibliCan State Officers Re-eiecte,t—
Legislature Largely. Republican.
(Hy Te leg raT4l We neubnnett Gazette.)
EitovimiNeS, April B.—The State alto:
tiento-day resulted in - the re-sleatlon of
the present Republican State
Toe chief interest was centered In the
choice of the General Assembly, which
elects a United States Senator. A
large majority of the Assemblymen are
understood to be in favor of the re-else.
lion of Senator Anthony. The Senate
probably stands twenty-three - Republi
cans and eight Democrats, ono citizen
and one no choice. The Rouse etands
fifty two Republicans, fourteen Damn
crate and four no choice. The Repubil •
can majority in the State is about 4,000-
—Tim Mississippi rlavr Is now • opon
to Like' Pepin.
—Caldwell, the New York draw-baok
forger, is at largo on 125,000 ball.
—.Pitok germ*le. the murderer, wilt he
executed at New York to-morrow.
—St. leitils colored citizens will cols
bran) tho rifloonth Amendment on Mon
—Tlio steamship City of Baltimore,
froth Liverpool, arrived at Halifax Tuea•
day afternoon. • - •
—The Uastings and Dokats Railroad
has sold out to the Milwaukee and St'.
—The threatened Indian troubles have
caused great activity in military antis
in the Missouri Dapartnient..
—The James Steam Mills, at Newbury
port, Massachusetts, have been bold at
auction for ;100,000; cost, 1400, 01 3 0 .
—Jem Man and his trainers, have sr.
rived at Mobile, and he ham gone into
training at the Magnolia race course.
—The warehouse of Donnelly &Sexton,
together with two thousand tons of hay,
was homed a St. Joseph, Ma , on Tura,
—J4 - 1; Lang, of Vern, Illinois, wbiln
hunting ducks in a bayou near that city
on. Monday, tot:Mentally allot himself
—Mr. Tweed, of the New York State
Senate, la dangorouelv ill, ns the result
of the recent excitement in Demo
cratic political circles.
—The Union Pacific Railroad Company
since loot July have sold 149,628 acres of
laud for 1678,429. The sales daring March .
were 13,242 acres for 151,920.
—Tito romaine of General Thomai
passed through Cleveland yesterday.
Minute guns were tired and hells tolled,
and .business generally suspended be.
twocn eleven and twelve o'clock.
-The Committee on Woman Suffrage
in the Massachusetts I louse of Representa
tives has reported iu favor ol a.meolution
submitting to the people an amendment
striking out the word "male" fr,m the
—The Dominion Minister at Washing
ton has advised hie government that he
hex received warelogs or a projected
raid along the Canadian frontier, from
Port lluron to St. Athena, to take place
on the 15th loot.
—On Sunday last, at Kaeson, Milne.
sots, two young ladles, Maws Stulth
and Ire's, were drowned In Sombno
rivor. While taking a boat ride the boat
got Into the current, bccmtle unman
noble and was capsized. •
—Recent Mild weather lust brought on
the farming ser-non In lowa, and wheat
sowing has been wounnonced in the ro .
glon about Des fdrritron. Gardening has
also very generally commenced, and
SUILIWOr. ENX./114 to have come to stay.
—A flutter has been mused in military
circles by the statement that a general
court-Inertial has been ordered for the
trial of an officer of 44;kh rank on several
charges,. - which, however, ' the War
Department does not with to make pub.
lie. The name In also withheld.
—After a number of day's' deliberation,
ithe coal mine:a at Lasalle, Kenosha anu
Oglesby mince, Illinois, on Tuesday ref
solved to strike and carried their resolve
lido .execution. Their Complaint is the
anbstitutien of monthly payments for
seml-monthly. The Secretary of 'the
American Miners' Union soya the ex
ample of these minors will be followed
by the coal minors of Illinois end of the
United States. . •
—The new' charter bill for flew York
city was preeentod to Govsreor Hoffman
for his signature immediately. after Its
passage. Ho at once read it through and
signed it about nine o'clock laid evening.
I Ile has also signed the election bilL
Tweed and Sweeney were both present
when the charter was algried. After
Governor Hoffman had put his name to
the instrunmouts, he vrewmted the nen
with which be signed thorn to Tweed.
Alleged Railroad Frauds.
(By Telegraph to tho rlttaborgh Oaaztte.)
CHEYENNE, April 6.—Notice of spoil.
cation for a receiver of the Union Pacific
Railroad has been given -by creditors in
the amount of a million dollars. A hear
ing he (Co be had boforo Chief Justice
Howe on the 9th of April.' The bill gives
a detailed statadout of the way in which
the road was bfilit, showing ilamenso
Additional Markets by Teles ph.
Ngw Ont.kAus, April 6. ' tton:
holders ere asking higher pri and
buyera operate with caution : Iddllog
uplands '41;(422%e; sales 3. bales;
rec.ipts 1.10 t bales; expOrta 9,815 bales;
stock 178,539 bales.
BUFFALO, April 6.—Cattle; receipts
2.720 head; shipments 23 cars to New
York and 43. to Albany: market active
and 14c higher; sales 948 head at B)4t'
B,qc for extra. 7 , ;;;@8o for good. 7,46!)7%0
for fair and B®7o for poor. Hogs; light
supply and unchanged.
367 Liberty Street,
PITTABITAG U. PA.
Iron and Wood Working
31 A-CIEFAILINT3O 4 RV".
Engineers' and. Machinists Tools
STEAM VIBE ENGINES.
Woolen 31Fhinerhilachine Cards.
/GP ltenttroeterers end RIM •op.
plied. • ' .
-A ronolont supply on bond and for.
nisbett on abort none.
For Sale or Hire,
DUNSEATIra' JEWELRY STORE,
66 Fifth Avenue
DU. SPII FEINER,
. MED 10AL IiLEOTIUOIAN.
li reunited to 251 PENN STQELT. •
H. 8.--Tbe. Waif 11611:11e t pat for treiitatent
are received at Ike olace bittern Saud 9
Or Lintel lint treatment. • • aoTiTuST ••,
DP O. pI'OCIMEWE
Las icaloved els <lke Od noldeacs Ago 'YIN.
THE WEEKLY GAZETTE
Bi THE BEN A.lO CIIRAPEST , •
Comniervial and Family .Nowspater
PUBLISHED IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA.'
No turner. rocettantr, or tocrolixot..hoo:O!
Cinbu of Em......
Clubs et' ten
A etrpy Is fornlstted gratuitously to the cj tier
op of • Clot. of ten. rainwaters are ree , i Mat
to act SA ,Ath
PENNIMAN, REED & CO..
ritortirsTu r s s.
tarivOTICES--./b-Ld.” ".I.'or.N , re,*
..Lote,t , "1rm0...V....F0und," "11.mi:tag,"
110 L t2tLfditig ,rat
fie it isertnt c.);:zawa and:. jM •
TWENTY-FIVL" C f d •
Line FIVE C.RNTS.
WAFTED / — L A PARTS Eli tv A •
ecabll and co!!!‘ 1” 1!!!!!,
knOit WWI. for • /taut C t W. fore,
with • tow Limited [ohm,. r!hlt 3•13 tent •
ANTED—EIIII9. O IV ?WENT in
or ear the cite by • $ TIC•11 EY:MN Y.Vli.
with perfe n ctly .stirfecto b ryt
Irchedy, or rear to gitilAH rii!itkat itcOt
AVANTED.—Fifty Coal aed
• • - Ore Miner, no omit eto pay, anti..
paid to the mines. &fe
rend tiol• are Wantol for
etty and country. Apply at tOoploysnentl.dnce.
No.l Sloth ctrentc aro, door Wm .nspenblon
WANTEP. - AGLN. •••••
430,900 to Losola large or
at a fair rote of InTerect.
TH.oIIAS N. C..= ^ •'i.
7111,11on . danil Boat trakr
No. 179 21.r. , t7a o!.1
• •• -
_j_p uoura. rurnlato 4 or UltfOrnt. w
unit clots boortt at 31 ANDE.IttOti OTitrirt ,
Allegheny. Day toordyte accotistmtlated. 3-7 -
rflo . - LET.—A tw o story lIIWUK ~
-1 DWELLIN.4 contatilnellat rctontr. Afro
oar Lot olth taro It4ty Oriel; SAW... sitn•to
Ong on tho A.ln Lowe Var., No IGO North" t
Apply at No. 111 WI tl) NTIIEAT, 4 Al- l
rKD LET. —IIOOIIIS.-- Parlor.
71 Icing Rotra Rri KitCh with Wig, hot
an cold nr.ter 1: at, no. Mt tin good urccr. Fur
particulars Inqulrt ltzfterr l y
Store. corner of Ft art!. Asccut: nail Lib
• i 6
Tel LET . -- RO M,- Furnished
tuuldralalted. toll DO , fern atallentsolo
• .01. g ro om. ISt VII 111711 .0... F.. 4.W .
rjlU-LET.-2 , St ry Mick Dwel
l.. 1.1104 11 , 13 AV. hap r . A,1.1r, Onto [:.bell )
btrect, 3* cOpd ward. Al .'abelly. t;ontalos foro
ro tn. and war.lt room, go.] add mat , r.
Item , low au kpply to
2 • W• P. VICICZ. -
1 11'meas.]. Alngbren
rra-LET.—Britk ., nowise
A. Iten•ma Gay, Pater, No. A 49 Alartn.
Stre-r, 6th 'Ward, *leg en!. •
Tir.L.ETr-Livek. Hoerr ol 6 Rooms.
Middle near Sampson a will . sr d.
Allegeeny. The above Hoes. be erne
lon nal pen .es elon gtvet Imecedlete•y. Apply let
W. . •
and II Diamond. Al eat! a.
LET —A new BOUM of 1
nvg ll nw.. U. It. If.. •nd Itr,ulre
FUR ItENT.—The Three Story
BRICK WM:811005K Iu Church alley.
byof No. 180 Want ewer, funneflY oeebllBo ,
by Wm. Mundotf A Co. lt , a . .t4 , rzen.Zar t gf.
1!-1 """ " V iTal and t . 14 Waod . 4l.
7_lo LNT.—une good Store room
NELLINO.I No. 45 01505Trat5., 3
dons from Diem... 1405 next door to Yuma
banlogs Bank. Dole if tbo bast If am
. dent modtrsto. Alto, 10/0118 In the
rof sold More Mani latulr• of
maralint W. CAusuri. 45 ,1150 le
TO LET.—A_Tavetn Stand, Igo.
• 1,13 'retni ar.nir e. err”ll Dere'llogs
fifth avenue. Fla! kieLltleue.2.Ou Mt. W141311711r
ion, Third *vent.: 11.11, i 10.1.3 and °Mere on
itarket street, Casement Noe: 71 and 19 third
HALE.—One pair No. 10
I'LA , YOIOI deALAS in good ender.
nlicuti. at No. 4 Laud_.
. - VOR SALE.--STOCE, LEASE
. .4 FIXII32IES of ito.e No. SE Diortiondi
. All ll
eghtny, now unenvied an , a guar and fa.
Tun men or ligation In ilia WA
MOOll. saloon ortta Rasya they nun. a.
Enquire on the v.. n • .
VOR SAL .— , AN ELEGANT
cargtll; ;• T1T.tt"74.1 , 1 11 %
- El/ AVEN UE.
4 1 Ind AC Jx.
iiNES or li h. CAItitTER.
FOR 8 ALE—A Ilegh en y County
WO/11: WIUME , BILSDY. 1150,00 U In
Bends of *I.OOU each, mum* thrto to •Itr.
Yeats. *Rh intern. at I torrent. Free tram
State and county tun!, ApPtylu__ _ •
Sit GM). ALM:EV..IW s`r..
Fun AVE.—Engine% and Boj
'IRO, New mealNeeond Hand, of ell ein6
es:insanely on Lend,
Orden Rona all ruts of the conntr7 prooVtlY
Corner Marlon Metiac =d r, F. W. a C. u. w.ll
FOR SALE:— Elegant BUICK
.t:,p ( !gari j ..3:lll f tit 9 r..s. I rmacretuieb.
bP 15T. ist foe .° 44lV,reTt. ' r; I :nu
opportunity . foe loose tleel ILI Imnetonte reel
damn • T. n it. HlLLrine%
YOB n LE.—Neve itour. rooms
modern 000. Minato on 4 tn suenty. rOn.a.
11011 elven let ul
YOR ISALIL—NeW YUAITE f 5
. g,tia",tlLo 3 . o t.TZA4.". n •
inb% T. R. SILL & BON.
Corner bet. and 33d fleet..
FOR BUILDING LOTS
IN ALLY.OHNNY oiler for sale
the most deltkh• rot hullillue lots situated In the
liccotol ward. ' , benne.). oh Cerrytvllle Claok
goat! and Onset sa tory avenue,. adioltilng tke
Ilbscryelory..grouods. Three Lots art isart Tt
dye and one-nail Mil acres. A plan or three
Lots can Ds tern at my store. No.' lia WOOD
WIRER l'. The plan hat also en rt corded.
loch Lot Is es trout lot. frontinif on PerrYssWo
road or Ohmrsatory &c.o. • dye. 44 fret wide
by 131 deep. Toe lota opoot . tte the re•ldence of
Washlegom and Watts r McClintock. lasts.. are
314 lir VIII feet. Most of the 1 eta ere seld.
Floe et nines hove been erected alreads. Ver
b./ d.'lo. to Wave the low srounds and
smoky tales can hero Had ol.Portootte. Nbi
lcality Is one of the 05,5150 tee two eltler. anis
hot four minutes' walk from the brad of Nerves
street; • hoard walk leads to the brew.... The
ir Teat beauty of scenery and sums outlines are des
Term taz , y; Vricci Nm5,1.rcir0f........
No 83 Wood itreet. l'ttaboriA.r No. NO
Avtntc. take:L.7ElW: 34
FOR -El- MA 30.
Tim mist extrasbea and subs , ant va' Min
• Allegheny county. .Itumed la lb luna
tics* portlon of the. ally. At th- Lint •or
WA I'si" sod g o "
The 'Myr...meats nee fn . ltAt.d gram d ow
Ter, valuable term , 111. lot In 305 ' feet '
Abraham. Raba. Railroad. nn• • ' f ."'
Spruce ..ley .o Itlarr bank OLO f • 55555
feet River /ending. AIM IRIO
VALUABLE BUMBLE MILL,
ifotytatito 'Cram Saw 11111. Fli at clasi Ba•ps awl
11001 Tani, Blacksmith hi en, ali:lni. etc. Fide
ars• on sheen any time , . I a r‘re upper a- •
n ty for an entstproang party toes` R' In • large
aro T . ..fit:rale Lumber 'tray Boat' baslaws. Cr:
totting Mit sma•l cau tot.
tor partleal arao:l3.lo Iry at the
—. I W. h I e•It.INTOI37. '
Foot o: Ts. en ty• aercutll street:
VALUARrE FARM AND ROLL
PBOPY.IteI PUN SA.T.E.-131thated at lian•
lan Station, Paultandoi ilattrowl. Censialus lOU -
rcres, 76 of snitch ate etearodt all under stood
enter 50 aryl. or Vo. The Imprortments .
• 3 store Viewing if with it tOn of tostes.lo
• rood order. Mali rat L large. Wow; to rrOl Op
era ton. Cottlge Mote, 0 rOomr,Tenarst. House
004 large Barn, yotaitirchard. Parties erbillagi ,
to go Into the 101 0100 awl coal baslitesw.the above
ptesenta arsea opoortualty• title low.
nis era Appl t licloAllt .1 CO..
ATALASARCE OA ILI.AN DPI LOR.
203 b et
Wet frone .on
Charles street by 203 twee, a neat' Coral*
or portico. w Ida ball. !arse parlor. 7 . 111 , a;
hie mantic. ODIUM reinn. Sitetori
three raamtg, tors* sotto Tearer,
titers and`brissat Water., trairgar ji,gort,
Concord gram vises. la doltst la I .
minutes ',six tr.. .I.e. Mantra, lad
teceas be t ounelThelg, iltpir i eN AßT
garg MAIM or .rareargorata tat ROC Yl•
eLC: will twee
0 , 7441... , ifinlf
letaraTic Ills given away - Mull/
or will be lent by mall 7:3 to n icutta
Persons commit WI to get catteo ant of the me!.
It cantata , . etturr
unlit. sr..] 9•tue .to,cupt , t, Ito, 139 roar*
~ B rackett4,, P endants,
FIXTURES OF All DESC R IPTIO NS
For Gas or-Oil. ,
W are nuts melting our BPJING !MOCK OP
FIXTURE'S or the latest era 1/111[11 Melva.;
trout Ito 1:1 Lights; embreet•a ova r 100 1111.. r• _
pltr lggze:reling at tIDOGED
itiji .dj : t
WELD.OE - & . KELLY,
rumbasoma this !Lien,
147 WOOD - 41111137, Bier: Flflh, - Otuae.
Orders Air Plumbing, Oat and Wpm Pi,
ling proretlly.atteadedL9.. ,a 15.7
trIMOVGII Ipi FORTY DAL 118„
' Aro Pita In noelpt of n moll Wrote,'
o'er', choice Japtio Too. imp op IA bandogio.•
lovisond Ut o=l4 coddles: oleo 'ova( pos?f4;
p r o •dig gko Jrouctoco for salt 97
&VT Clarsoi'Llborto 11126 Ninth strrio
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