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A a Ftp ? 15� so Nistl a i Jav ass Lri a amp us pm the see such 1 a a fac a lev a cd a a Fri r i or a a vib amp a a i a a a or so Ltd to f?rvvv3-v,4tv� 1 v h we Vvs w it a a c a it pop a 4? of j i 1 wow of it r a a v Ltd a a. Z r i it Silmi it a. Jux Jav 1 a a it in u i a. A a a i7 Imir a Hje la of i in we a a iut a a a a a a a or. A pm a Quot a rat Tyi y we pm amp Tymu Pittsburgh. Friday january tfx so Ber 76� a a u Ife ,�?~1�?~f&3��r�twb��,. Edito u and up it Metoka. Vanee. Weekly Sli Lars per year a in and i Pattona two Dol Lin riot Flat a one Dollar. Dogal affairs. Fei Emu of # Hight we tech la Allegheny. We Hove time and again alluded to the disagreeable a Tato of insecurity 4n which the Titi Zens of Allegheny Are compelled to live and fihe really urgent necessity which exists Foi i of tee too to Fife and property in that City Lecent depredations upon the latter during the past Welc again brings the matter before the Public and they now begin to demand of their officers that something done. Within a few nights a number of houses not less than a Doz Teny do ave been entered and robbed and As yet suspicion attaches to no one. True no articles of great value have been missed but the facility with which Small thefts Aro committed indicates the Case w i which Moree Erious by perpetrated and with what Little Chanco of detection. We venture to assert that there is not in the United states another Cit Veas populous us. Allegheny m which the citizens Are not 1>etier guarded. We Havu no word of complaint As to the Day police for a believe obey discharge their duties faithfully but every one will agree with us that More that to stay the hand of the tim ass amp in the Torch of the incendiary and to Stop to depredations of min night marauders burglars and thieves a night police is required. We hear of Many offence a we. Both persons and property which would easily prevented the employment y f co Force. It need not Largo a Dozlin men would a Good Protection add the expense would gladly borne the to payers of our sister City. We Are informed that some of the residents who have suffered from this Desidery in us Are making a move toward raising a subscription for defraying the expense of a in Tible police Force to patrol the City at night and protect themselves and their k a neighbors. Will to intelligent Coli Neil permit this will they allow a Beavy expense which divided among All the Tai payers would not Felt to borne afew for a the advantage of the Many ? or will they take a immediate measures to secure out of the City Treasury the Protection so much needed ? we Are blow to impute the blame of this deficiency to any one but we have reason to know that the mayor of Allegheny City is in a certain degree responsible for it. He has uniformly opposed the appointment of a night watch and is of opinion that the City is As Well guarded without it. This May very Well o. An indication of the Confidence reposed in the officers of his Day Quot police bet it is certainly very Olario Gish inconsistent with the Progress of the age and the necessities of the people and we Liopo to May reconsider his views on this a abject and advocate the guarding of those whom in his of heal capacity it is his duty to watch Over. We sincerely Trust that this matter May taken in hands the new councils and that the mayor May second their efforts. Lot the citizens who Are so much interested impress the importance of this measure upon both and we feel assured that their complaints of insecurity will soon cease. Hall Road Accident two men injured i locomotive. On thursday morning two men one of them named we. Kennedy were at work on the track of the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad near its Junction with the Pittsburgh port Jav Saard Chicago at Woods run. They were watching a train on the latter Road old did not observe an empty freight train Wilb locomotive attached which was backed in on the switch and came Down upon them. Ken Ned was knocked Down and the wheels of the locomotive passed Over his right leg above the. Ankle nearly severing to foot. We were unable to learn the name of the other Man or the extent of his injuries though he was less seriously Hurt than Kennedy. The latter was t on eyed to mrs. Hartman s Lavern where or John and Thomas Dickson were called to at tend him. It was found necessary to amputate the leg about four inches below to knee. Tipiere is now every Prospect of the recovery of Kennedy. He has been peculiarly unfortunate having broken the same leg in the same place once before which or. Dickson set and cured accidents on this Road have become very fre agent of late and we heard it intimated last night that the present was the result of carelessness on the part of Tho Engineer a a a a Abby Steb on a charge or on tuesday night a Man named William c arrived in the City Wittl two women i ii nil a child and put up at the mansion House Liberty Street. Next Day he Biro ofor a John Mekeown Grant Street through a hrs a to of the mansion House a horse and buggy in which he took one of the women to Troy Hill. Returning to took the other whom he said was his wife and Tho child and started in the buggy As said for the residence of or. Irwin Hays on the Field plan Road. Eight or nine Miles. From the City. Or Mckeown on thursday fearing would not return made information. Before the mayor charging Godfrey with Lar Cony a warrant was placed in the hands of officer Wray who started in Pursuit end found the party at a hotel six Miles from the City. I a they protested innocence of any intention of dishonesty but were brought Back to the City. Godfrey was consigned to the tombs where How Waits a hearing and his Wile and child were placed in a boarding House. Court of Oyer and jubilees Mcclure Mellon Adams and Paris thu Bedai january 12th, i860. John Straub Baptist Hauser and John Dethorn were placed on trial for burglary on oath of John Trautman. John d. Mahon and tons b. Hamilton Baqa appeared for the defense. Of Para prosecutor testified that on saturday november ath 1869. Be locked his store on Carson Street in Bir my Guam As usual and also the cellar. Mihn Nhav morning no was Aryl died. Al an in improve Meta la. The City. During Tho past year the spirit of improvement has been Manifest in our City and it was evident to every observer that the number of buildings mpg erected and additions being made was greater than it has been for year before except immediately after the great conflagration of 1846, when the reconstruction of burned buildings was a matter of Niceas it rather than Choice. Old buildings were porn Down and replaced new and finer ones old stores were refitted with new and handsome j fronts and improved both externally and in Tern ally. The character of the buildings too was Superior to what it had been of which we have instances in the Fine if on front buildings of we. Bagaley esq., Corner ipod water these of or. C Paulson Corner of Liberty and Wayne the self George w. Jackson Corner of Penn and St. Clair the Fine Iron front added to or. Bagaley a warehouse on. Wood Street that erected on Market Street the messes. Holmes the buildings on the Brewer property Corner fifth and Market mor tones buildings on fifth Street the dispatch building the Fine Stroetz of want Jyh. A on esq., on fifth Street and that Superb edifice the Bank Block Adjo Liing our office All of which go far to the improving of our City which now boasts some very Fine specimens or a ,. Y Bat spare amp tas those facts were we doubt whether any of our citizens will not astonished to learn the number of building a put up during the year. A the assessor or water Renta or. E. S., Wright has prepared a list from which it appears that Bare Wera put up during the year 186u, two Hundred and. L _1.___ 1 n j a a Jimi j ail Taxa my it vol a a a a we i. Swiss Bill ringers As will seen advertisement under our amusement head a company of or Swiss Bell ringers Tho Blaisdell Brothers will give a series of at masonic Hall com mending on monday next. This character of music is very pleasant Atid Haa always attracted Large audiences Here although we have not been a silk Duby a for tame years. The Blaisdel a Are said to Excel a a Tefr quaint and to hav6 no doubt they will meet with abundant Success. A Rev. Arthur. Toxi of Baltimore will lecture before the Young menus mercantile Library association on the 24th and 2ctn inst. The committee Are in correspondence with rift. Henry Ward Beecher and it is thought his services cad secured. A the care Are now runt ing a a the Pittsburgh and Manchester passenger railway and Are a great convenience to persons residing along the ii Lino. Trade Sale of Stock of clothing and gentle meow a furnishing Boa old this morning at ten o Clook or Large oods to a Ris at Besold this morning at ten Ocoor bar Pilavis at his ill action rooms fifth Street is Dir desirable Edtl Mast dosed regardless of once in quantities us thirty one buildings divided among the wards follows first Ward fourteen second War ii ten third Ward thirty five fourth Ward Twenty four fifth Ward Twenty one sixth Ward thirty nine 8evontb Ward Twenty one eighth Ward thirty five ninth Ward thirty two. Daring the year 1868 the number of buildings put up was one Hundred and ninety one thirty five Leas than last year while their average value was far below those erected last year. We in common with All citizens of Pitts Burgh Are pleased to see these substantial evidences of her Prosperity and though we Emonot expect for Many Vears to come to compete with the great fasten cities in the splendor of our architecture and the costliness of our buildings we can even now Point with Pride to some of our recently erected Oung menus Hecei tue Library Assoc 1- Fotion the annual meeting of the society was held at the rooms on fourth str Beti on wednesday evening when an election of officers for the ensuing held resulting As follows f. R. Brunot the late president resigning in favor of the gentleman elected to that position. President d. Ritchie vice president f. R. Brunot Secretary w. H. Kincaid Troia user George f. Townsend directors e. P. Darlington w. D. My Gowan j. A Kirkpatrick John r. My Oune Edward Campbelljr. Auditor r. A. George Charles Wade John commercial. Allegheny cattle Market. Allm Heht Lott Jet Duffy Lith i860. The Market was apply eupplie4th�� weekend though cattle Mold ova a to fought Good figures. Hogs Are Dull and Tefr set amp old wer a the a Eason for parking la no arty closed. Sheep were chiefly seat East Union drove Yards. John a amp Der proprietor. Cattle sold. Price. Riot Kcal a. Beatty. 18 a a Jaoma from 17 Copley. The receipts during to year were $2,019.86, and a balance Rotfus iii in the Treasury of $68.64.from the Jill report of the president it apis ears that the a Hundred and sixth it it volumes have Ben added to to Library during to year making a Tola of Throe thousand three Hundred and seventy nine volumes now on the shelves. The number of members reported the Barrian is three Hundred and Twenty six. The lecture course for 1869 was highly successful bringing into the Treasury $j,758 09 at an expense of $1,19 1 k7, leaving a balance of $664jff. It la i coup Udod. That a Yod of Mcketa Eisold next season or committee would a relieved of much anxiety if the expenses worn thus secured. It is a matter of congratulation that this institution is in such a flourishing condition Ai it shows that there is a growing taste for liter Ary pursuits among us and a disposition to encourage them. We Hope during the or sunt year to see the projected Enterprise of a literary Hall carried out. It has so far Mot with us Ocein handsome sums having already been subscribed and we Trust that enough More May out amp sued to warrant its commencement w not its completion during the current year thus placing the association on a permanent foundation. Neighbourhood news anus tron Day last week Tho distilling hous amp of the Pennsylvania Oil works owned or company in kit airing situated about one and a half Miles above that place was totally destroyed fire. An Appa Ratus for distilling the Crudo Oil thus preparing it for Market had been finished and or. He lugs we believe was engaged in testing its working condition when the Oil in the vessel suddenly formed up running into the tire Johnson t e l e Cra p my c a ,.cem t8, Fidfl Ludiye despite Les to the pms i a Post. By like a Iionka telegu Tel Ine the Lawrence Aci amp ent. Dupo Sutlon of it the dead 1 Ala Hama Moorati state convention. A. K the prk8idkst and thru b. For icel to cult society. Y Huntington county for birr Oki Aridge. Uni8n meeting it Bangor mine. John Beli. As a Union candidate for the presidency. From Buenos Ayres. Boston january 12.�?the sympathy for the Sun errs of the Lawrence massacre is All Perva Ding and Here assumes an Active form. The private subscriptions for their Benefit already reach $20,000. At the meeting yesterday of a new England society of and Mechanic arts it was voted to dispense with the animal dinner and appropriate the Money to the Relief of the Lawrence Suffle Piferi the members also made vip Otic the spotting additional pulse of five thousand Duars. Fate follow Hios a list of the killed wow did a hdm i Nissing the fall and conflagration of the Pemberton ills at Lawrence la a hdm a evening dead and a Mcdonnell Mary or Donnell John Dearborn Bridget Ryan Margaret a Sullivan a Morris Trier overseer Llyn col butt Ellen Boack Hannah Shay Bridget Loughley Margaret Fotey Bernard Hanfield Bridget Sullivan Catharine r Ballagh tii Annie Shay a a Iza Orr Michael of Brien Peter Calla Nafi Are. Job Jewett Dennis Leonard Margaret Hamilton Hannah Mullenax Joanna Cronan Martha Hugh Jann Manning William Keith Patrick Caj Lachan Marge ret Mccain Margaret Posley. Bichard a. A me ugly Hannah Febee Michael Sweeney Margaret Falland re Bertyl Owen Nash Matthew c. Van Bridges of a Der Bridget Riley Kitty Clark Alice Murphy William Metcalf Thomas Nice Samuel Rolf Jeremiah 0�?~hern, Job Mcnabb Martin hog spa John Hughes Garrett Sweeney re Len Kett Catharine cob no is Dorn Ryan a. Congressional intelligence v j Lac faster Dedo civic co. Cowes to 0�. By. A a smut of. Bridget Dougherty Augusta Ashworth no. A Ficro 81.John ladies. A c. Army. 12.m. W. Pm Wuy for. . Collier. 32. P k. Miller. 18.j. Braddock. 10.crouse a Vettor. 1&j a Der. 58.k. Fulk. 27. Paitoon a Wileen. 18.m. Clever. 18.p. E. 20.roi�rt Cochran. 2?. Freese a Fleming. 10.j. Job Aritoo. 8. H. B winks 7.d. Britmart. Lyon. L8jaa Johnton. Barker. 2tu. Johnston a ewall11h. A Meme. . Phu Upa. 13. Moore a Breckinridge. 13.j. K. Kennedy. a of Eitter 18.a. Beatty it. 14. We. Dunn. I . 2d.�?zj. Donahue. 18aamuel Allens. 10.wm. Jordan. 21�andrews a co. 32.emrick a Swart. 49.wm. Hazelwood. . 45.marks i Staarman. 4�.gr�enawalt Coon. 895 offered. Fifino sold. 245 left Over and sent East. Boob. 2.37 Bead offered about 1.800 head to it old at per al and the Rama Der w7 head eral Enst Bukky. 1875 head offered 216 head sold at $2.uu it Livia i or 3.00 v 0u do and Tho balance 16&w head shipped Kam. Holt ski. 12 head ship a a a Rast j b. Laxa Lior. Mark eth. Reported amp apr Emty for iks Imti homing Post pm Posoa. January 12, 1800 flour. Dull of Hale. 860 bal it a Mere .b., of file a store at the old figure t&�6if630 for superfine an ,ea0&eo for morn a farm frae ie�26c66v67 for Foamy. Granades Bush club wheat at 61.26 100 do corp from depot at Quot tic Uay sales 8 loads from City Sra los at fl8@21 i ton. Baek Wilert flour Sale 40 sack irem store at $10 100 . Sug�.8ale�12bhdb n. O at i 27 . N at 62i63c a 8d-Coffee. Sales 36 sack Rio at l 2>4<<pl-v v Dot tree sales 3 bids pome at 6c_ a it dried Prait it sales 120 Bosh apples at 62.0u a Bushel apples�?z.8aiea 80 Blu. Pome at 664 0. Butter Bales 4 roil at 17c $ s. Cheese. Sales 48 boxes w r. At 10c. Ftp Dant. Ados 1 Omega. No-1 at he. 9 of. 40 Bush Small White at 61,12 $ Bush from store. 6 Ai �16, from a ton 12 . Lard no. 1 at 90c. It Gal. 00 Dos. Al $2js5 �&00. F 47 rectified at 2@?jc$Gal Pennsylvania Levi spathe Khun Mexico Pottle Harry York Margaret amp Slaka William Jordan Margaret go temp a Mary Ryan Mary Griffan a to Zine town Alice cutting. L. F. Brough hex Beth Kimball Patrick Connor Ellen Connors we. Cram Ira g. Lycko John p Allen Bridget Kelley Lorinda Gimson William Packard John Huso Martin huge Catharine Conner Cora Hickes. Arrival of the Tennessee wit i $20,000 in specie. A thirty myth Colf press. A Bow in Cono free negroes banished from . Execution at . Death of Eftev. Or. Ryder of Philadelphia. Ac., a. Acac. Washington c Ity Jan. 12.�?snats.�? a communication Wax received from the Secretary of the Treasury in reply to a Reio Luton of Tho Senate calling for information As to the unexpended balance of the sino ont appropriated under the treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo to the claims of american Cili Zons. The balance is stated at something Over $211,1x10. Or dered to printed. 1 or. Davis of Mississippi Bill for the better organization of the army. Referred. Philadelphia Market. . January 13.�?-business continues remely Dull in All departments and in perfect unison .1 i a Ftp a. A a. On sunday hour a Young of Fife. Mann no re Imbat Bis Retlar door was open. He vent around his dwelling being in the rear land Loon the cellar door open the Loch broken in two nieces. Two tubs of butter containing one Hundred and Thirl v pounds of butter were missing. Suspicion fell upon the defendants and prosecutor Madem Oraa Uon against them before Esquire Symmes. He procured the Serries of officer Miller who rented St Sab s House tui him and there found fire to eight oils of butter which was identified pros Eulor Means of the cloths. In the Garret of Hauser a House they found seven Rolls of butter in a Basket which he also Iden fled. On going to Dethorne a Bouse they of craned him of the charge against him and med him to go to the magistral a office he slipped away from them hindi they afterwards found him secreted under a porch outside of to odious. La s shed outside under the Straw tour or fire Rolls of butter Weie found in a Crook one of the tubs was also found on the Miller the Constable corroborated the testimony of , As to the circumstances of the Effort was made to it drove an Alabi 9 to John Dethorn several Wlmes aes my called to show that on the night in question he was i a us Frame in bed. A Tea Cash was oof Corot used St adjourn men Sussi o is. A before court of Quarter judges Mcclure. Mellon Parke and Adama. To pm Buday. January 12th, i860. Commonwealth Yah. Matthew a. Met hell John Mclaughlin and we. Wool layer Char with assault kit Dealtery on a coloured Man John Mouin Tock who Mundul convicted of the same off Eow Matthew a. Mkt Cheh the evidence showed Oliai Mccintock went m a party where defendant were Ami they Llew to put Lam out id doing which the hedged offence to a a mfr netted. The jury found a verdict of assault and Battery and the court directed the defendants to come in on Baui Day for sentence. Mayor Wilson a appointments. A or. Wilson mayor elect has announced the following appointments mayor s clerk we. Barnhill or. Chief of police Robert Hague Day Policow Job. G. Patterson we. Hamilton Andrew j. Moon James Richardson Janies s. Riddle Hamlet Lowe Jerry gum Bert All except the two last Are occupying their respective positions at the present time. Fine As wednesday night John Clements a brakeman on a freight train of the Pennsylvania Railroad fell Between two cars at Altoona while the train was in motion Tho wheels passed Over his left hand a crushing two fingers badly. He was brought to Thia City for medical treat men the have just Recel Edthe december Man Berk tip Fitle late Eti to Valu a a a Fioril i�4�ou 14 in an instant the place was in flames and every thing combustible within reach fell a victim to Tho devouring element. Several Hundred Gallons of crude Oil were destroyed. The toss will reach Tiree Hundred dollars. No Insu Ranee. Blair Sabbath evening last a villainous attempt was made to Burn the dwelling House of or. William Ake of Williamsburg Blair county. Or. Ake and family had retired and a servant girl being rather late returning from Church discovered a burning mass stuffed beneath a portion of the weather boarding. She saw the scoundrel running away but could not identify him. Washington monday last maj. W. 8. Millinger brigade inspector was presented with a medal the Washington riflemen on saturday night last Twenty four valuable shop of the flock of Jonathan Martin esq., of South Strabane township were killed dogs and a number of others badly injured. Suit against the Borough of washing tour. Tho Washington review says John m. Herndon has brought suit against the Borough of Washington in the United states District court at Pittsburgh for interest on Bonds issued to the Chartiers Railroad the writ was served sheriff my Giffon on monday last and is returnable on the first monday of february next. The burgesses and Council have As yet taken no action in the matter but we have no doubt they will promptly pursue such course As will Provo advantageous to the interests of the Borough and the credit of the citizens. Hard Are having pretty hard times up in Washington canny since the first of june last up to the stat of december the people of Washington county have paid out about $40,000 for flour shipped Over the Hempfield from this Point this does not include of course the Large lots of other kinds of produce shipped in the same direction. The disaster of the june front were never thorough realized till recently. There was a most Complete Dost Rution of everything in the veg table Wheeling intelligencer. With the weather dark and gloomy. A a further sales of 3@400 Bosh. There 1� a fair demand for Clover eed and. _ were made a�$m2u�6�7w� a 64 for fair and ii ally and $6 for inferior 200 bags Rao feared sold second hands on private terms. Timothy in flaxseed is in demand at 6l67&l&0. Floux Market is Good quiet Rales of superfine at 6&3o@6,76, the latter rate for Uncasa a a fancy 47, a at $3,70, but there in either. There is not much wheat 1 Caster county 300 Bis extra at $6,76 6�87 and fancy $7,26. Rye flour is held at $4,26 and torn Deal House a there wan but n slim attendance of members on the opening of the House. A Call of the House was ordered or. Hherman desired to Call attention to the romark of or. Houston of Alabama yesterday reported in the g/o6e, to the following of a d0 rot moan to say that those gentlemen Adarin and Clamp re will vote fur it democratic candidate but i have no doubt that they will they will 1 True return to their first love and Cairn the agitation of the �?�toutitry7&Quot, wat<y4beho<i8mrovffthe smog withering curse and name of putting in the speaker chair Tho gentleman from Ohio or. Sherman inquired whether or. Houston designed to reflect upon him personally or politically. Or. Housmon replied that he would have sup posted the gentleman would not really have Proito coded this question to him. For there mid to no doubt As to to proper construction of the language. He did not suppose that any gentleman thought he meant or intended a personal application. The gentleman had Boon charged with having condors cd the seut menu of the helpers Book and never disavowed Zuj doctrines. The gentleman from Ohio had in Dorand doctrines of a Roost treasonable and in famous character and while made a state rant which some of his friends said was a Dis avowal yet homr. Houston contended that it was not a fair and candid disavowal of the doctrines contained in the Helper Book. In Stead of saying he did not know whal was to amp to Book he ought to have disavowed its Troa Honable and infamous doctrine. This did not relieve the gentleman from having endorsed the doctrines of that Book and until he a Bull relieve himself in a Manly manner which he has been called upon to do or. Houston would say to or. Sherman that to was subject politically to the remarks that he Houston had made. �?h0u8k a the offering and not much inquiry Sale 2400 Bush fair and prime red at $1,34@1,36 in store no Bales of White. A Small lot of Peona Rye brought 93c. Coro is Dull but Price Are unchanged Sale 1200 Bush pome dry new yellow at 76c in the car. Oat Are teas Active and Price hardly maintained sales 1000 Bush Ponna at 46c part delivered. But Little doing in provisions Sale 200 Mes pork at $17,60. Amp a pierces lard at lie and 200 kegs at 12c on time whisky Dull Sale of Ohio at 2cudz7c which a a Del Peona do at 25v�@2dc Hhd a at 24%&2and Drudge at 24c. Philadelphia Stock Market. Philadelphia january 12.�?stocks were again very heavy this morning Anu for the fancies with one or two ice Patton the tendency a downward. The Betush class of securities Are 7 members from Philadelphia presented eighteen petitions in favor of an extra appropriation of the training school at Media. Or. Strong torn Ridgeway presented a petition for a Law to regulate the assessment of taxes and the Sale of real estate for taxes and municipal claims. Numerous petitions of a local character were presented. Or. Of Neill offered a Resolution to print sex Ira copies of important Bills relative to the City of Philadelphia. It was discussed and agreed to Jmartin Mary Jewett Kate Maroney Mary i Ridge Tai Sampson Wabu Noton january 12�?2 of clock p. H. A most disgraceful scone has just occurred on Tho floor of the House a of bad names bad language bad temper and personal excitement if not direct collision. Clerk and orderly members called for the interposition of the sergeant at arms who appeared with Facein hand and finally restored partial order. The difficulty arose opt of a struggle for the floor off the part of novaral me embers. There were number of claimants and angry feeling and general disorder was the consequence. Second dispatch the attempt to restore order was partial and temporary Only and a worse excitement followed the first disturbance and the anarchy and excitement at this time is intense. A re Olver dropped from the pocket of one of the members and was picked up. Or. Harris american of Maryland got the floor and bogged that Ohler might restored to the House and personal collisions and 1 feelings Stoff Ped. He could not heard for the excitement. The difficulty started Between K. Clark of now York and Haskins of Westchester the last of whom has Boon voting for Sherman and acting As the Friend of Forney under the arrangement that one should speaker and the other clerk of the House. Or. Clark has voted steadily against Sherman and has been opposed to Bis colleague forgiving Over to the republicans under this arrangement. They have not oled or acted together for to past Ove weeks or 4 Rich Tho organization. Third despatch a new Eui Eute in expected and May occur at any moment. Or. Keitt of s. C., got mingled up in the excitement and has passed t note to mrha Kin growing out of the excite ment. Or. Conkling of new York has also parsed a Siote to or. Barksdale the scenes upon to floor have been crowded Galle Ira and have caused the most Intenzo excitement in and about the Cap ill. I amp Ruth despatch explanations Havo been made to to House messes. Haskin find Clark with whom the first difficulties arose and there is Hope now that order will soon restored to the Capitol fifth despatch Complete peace now reign upon the surface. The origin of the disturbance was an accusation from napkins that at the caucus of anti to Compton democrats in Philadelphia before coming to Washington. Clark had agreed to vote for Sherman. Or. Clark at once interrupted him and denounced to statement. Haskin was prevented from proceeding when the excitement became general and the Row occurred. Newark n. J., january 12.�?Patrick Maude who was sentenced to death on the 14th of october for the a Marder of i a _ sister in May last was executed in the jail Hilb Lff to Day on the same scaffold that Jaines a Mahon was executed just one year ago. The condemned was brought out. And spoke for half an hour. It was in part incoherent. He it in Ciudad a Brief Ano a of re it prayer to god to. Five mercy and1 pity in him and filet same time visit All a pm relations with song cps calling them jibe authors of at 11 45 of clock he was swung off dying a Mckay Ano without 8 sight for juggle. Aft of hanging about half Ancho Arthe body Vas let delivered Trifo. ,. A it us Bahor january 12.�?the Union meeting yesterday was largely attended the, the Hall a being crowded Edth. Ladies., , a j a w Hathaway presided. Speeches were Mado the hon. George Etrain amp and a Etters a read a in unison with the objects of the meeting from the hon Edward Eleyett Frank iii Pierce and other distinguished gentlemen. Strong Union Anil c 1sr��m�t��t�s a Fern prism do. New York january .12.�?advices from Montevideo,1o, november lamp the confirm the intelligence previously received of the treaty of Quot peace tween Buenos Ayres and the argon Tine confederacy. The treaty had been ratified the Buenos Ayr an government and i Steamer despatched from Montevideo of notify the contending fleets of the cessation of a of he amp Tili a ties. A 5. A a a Lancaster pa., january 12.-the ditto cratic county convention met a rate Rdby. And was fully attended fifty districts being Repter sen ted out of the fifty three. The resolutions which were adopted unanimously Fally endorse the policy of the National administration. Col. John Rankin or. A. Bare M. North or. and w. T. My Phail were elected delegates to the Reading state convention. 1 the delegates were unanimously instructed to vote for hon. Georger amp Anderson of Lancas or for governor. Railroad and River matters. 2d�.� departure and Arz Val of Pute oger train. 1 fori Wagne and Chicago Railroad. A from Corner of Liberty and Grant streets Pittsburgh leaves. Arrive. Mail and Kex Paras tnun., l60a.m. Kypri train. 1 1 45p. M. From Federe Street station Allegheny for new Brighton and Way stations 1 leaves. Arrived first train. 90 am. 8�o6 a. M second train. 4.40p. M. 2 10 p. M. Of a Railroad. A. From Corner of Liberty and Grant streets leaves. Arrives. Exp it a ram. -4 40 p. M. 1 40 p. M. Mam -6 60 a. M. 1 16 . Fat i.toe2jw a. M. 1 46 a. Is Johnst Owtis a it 3kj5 p. M. 1l0� a a. By 1 Turtle Creek a Llo a. M. 60 a. Domond a a a a a a. 4.-05 p. M. 1 10 p. Third a a a a. &20 p. M. 6 10 p. and Railroad. A from Liberty and Grant streets leaves. Am Vest mail Tantin. 7hj0 a. M. Fott p it Frain. 3rf 5 p. M. 8 46 k. M a a a a a a or but h its a Gui amp Lori amp go Van a Haaff Iafe no. 1, hfl0rtb>8 amp0nb0nm a. A rom Tmay min a 1a capital. Paid up capital Ani annual Bevenue a of a to Tae al endtogjsnn�rtmil8$��- a z 1#. Jug thi8 company Quot i is goes Aga Leo Aprl a a a to lond<m>4, Delphia for Paya ten Busca of Iasi us hrs aug not it i set a Burchfield Aco. Fourth my audless Means a co w of Kaaua wet ardts Street grf at Western tkv a a to Lefo it a and ii old a a pm in s�r/0��b. inampfuljyypeied$286,400 to. Fri marm 1859. A in honds.ofageij.vj.,. 0. 21.17 real .tt�ickanpapy Bonds and Morttz flab a bearing six and seven Bills Receiva Burfor Loans no yet mature do a a a few do All other securities. 16, m 0,00 a a a j7 1 i no to a a aothgpr�olv��./4 ado 000�0tf-»Vikd la a a to Sfax a Augull a a of a a a a a water it Seiffe Birgh. De crypt Ion of property or rates of Premium. Quot Robert p. King stage of water. J thirteen feet water in the Channel. Both Rivers arc High and still rising. Tie Allegheny i Ruo inc fifteen fool High very Swift and putting out ice rapidly. A in the Monongahela there is shiite in Leet Suiter in the Channel and still rising. Coal sudden Rise in the Moh ooga Helft has brought to the a a do in several boats Laden Vartui Noal which Are starting off for. Louisville an Ltd new it re Rizui a fast As they can get through the locks. A few pair got off yesterday and quite a number will go out to it it it Lay. A a. A a a amp boat belonging to or. Robbin came Over the dam yesterday and strip chg Ugan to h pier of Tho Birmingham Bridge was we edited. At Low water the Coal May recovered. I cry to. R0bth8on Teter cotrnmmdeidf1 tie Rochester has taken charge of the sir William u mid will a ave for St Lodi shortly Allegheny piss amp acc co. A Quot of ifs Bukchi to of fico not 37 Foffi stent tank bloc la. Quot Quot against All he of fire i Wizir Kra no Zeta 1 �?o7 Fayette Coutt a meeting of the stockholders of the Fayette Conn tvs Tail dad on monday last the following officers were elected r president hon. N. Ewing. Directors a hon. Samael Gilmore James Veeh Efey a. Patterson. Kje a or Jacob Murphy Henry jew. Fiddis. Robt. Hogsett Redding Buntine. E. B. Dawson Hho Isaac Wiggins John h my Clelland Wra. Beeson l>r3mith Puliti. Eben Bur and Cresson Railroad co at the annual election for president and directors held at the office of thei company on the 9th inst the Fol owing gentlemen were chosed a president Thomas Colima. I it a Rector a Edward Roberts. Abel Lloyd Matthew Adams. Robl Davis. Augustine Durbin. A. A. Baiter Johnston Moore Geo. A Rodgers Richard Jones or. Edward Shoemaker John William Jas. Clark. President d. Dean Bienem _ _ capt r. Gray John a. ,_ Dean Thos. M. A pave Bpck of Olock was set apart to draw a com a a to i Mittee on the contested election Caso of James Ken agent Money Market and Are lean firm. Slate Loans i a aaa a a if anything were a Shade lower. Kea Dlag Railroad j Donnelly trom the 14th District. Messes. Opened at on Advance of % Over the lowest quotation of i a Een Pennell my Curdy. Acker Wilson Abbott Ellmaker Coulter Aud Barnsley were subject of much discussion and if consummated it is i selected As the committee thought al will have a depressing effect upon the a Tock i Jar it Strong read a Bill containing a us nth Ltd a y Elm ii a sirs Ond is Ute it to an act incorporating the South wot Sage Bonds Are attracting More attention and sold free-1 Ern Market company Lyat 11. The Best bid for the Tost mortgage Bonds was i Abbott read a Bill containing a further a a supplement to Urov Lefor the belter regulation shares Are unchanged. There is an Active inquiry for i of building. Also to incorporate the Union Money on the Street att to v Bent for class paper i a oae compant it a mm.4 uti Antwi. $ Ruia january 12.�?tbis morn Jig at half past ten of clock at the episcopal mansion attached to St. Josephus Church died of inflammation of the Towel the Rev. Or. Ryder s. His death was Moat unexpected and is much regretted his Large concourse of friends and admirers. His body will Laid out in St. Josephus Church to Morrow afternoon and the burial service will take place on saturday morning. This Forenoon the body of an unknown White woman was found Frozen in the floating ice in the Schuylkill below Chestnut Street. Jeremiah Kavanaugh died yesterday at his residence in Montcalm Street below Catharine. The deceased sorted in the mexican War As a member of company h., second regiment of artillery. _ new Orleans january 11.�?the steamship Tennessee from Vera Cruz on the 8th inst., with $20,000 in specie arrived Here to Day. The Sloop of War Savannah sailed for Pensacola on the 6tii inst. The Brooklyn was at Vera Crua and the Saratoga at Sacri Firios. Miramon has taken several places on the Pacific but on his return to the capital the liberals recaptured them. The Paca Yunt s correspondent says the presidents views expressed in his message on our intervention with mexican affairs were Well received the liberals. It was reported that Tho British minister in tends removing his embassy to Vera Cruz and recognizing the Juarez government. And i $ cent for Good names. Renewed and suspended paper i generally rejected. New York Market new hoax. January 12.�?flour�?the Market is firm Sale at amp <�5,25 for superfine $5,30@5,40 of extra and $6,66@6,m0 for Ohio. Rye flour and Corn meal Dull and unchanged. Buckwheat flour full wheat steady sates 12p00 Bosh Milwaukee dub at$1,28 delivered Rye is quiet at 89@90c. Barley quiets Corn is in hotter demand at 8490c for new White and yellow steady at 46480. Pork a a l a a a 280 at $16.12126 for beef quiet Ana steady. Cut meats shoulders and for hams dressed hogs Are firm at%@6t� for Western and 7c for City. Butter in fair request at 12�17c for Ohio and 16@24c for Bacon steady Sale 100 boxes Cumberland middles at Luc and 60 do City Short Clear at 9%o. To Otton quiet Vito sales at lie for upland1 middling. Whisky firmer at z6>�@26o, chiefly the latter once. T a a i Flettre of tha Normal Soho. New and two on the Union county Bank Plainfield new Jersey fives on the Burlington Bank new Jersey twos on Tho Bank of Commerce Baltimore fives on the Lafayette Bank Bloomington Illinois fives on the Oneida Bank new. York lives on the Southern Bank of Kentucky twos on the state Bank Newark new Jersey. Another Man named Mavilon Norrris about fifty years of age and Long a resident of Ligonier Valley Westmoreland county was run Ever on tuesday night about 11 of clock at i at Robe the mail train going West on the Pennsylvania Railroad and instantly killed. Taken jailor Small yesterday conveyed to the Penitentiary or. Hover Senten to two years and Sti months imprisonment for grand larceny. _ mechanics institution the want of which a. Been so. 1 on Ufa t you Cit a the n a is now open under the Superino Andosco of messes a lob non to the a am fran Tornee a Wood Street a Todeal of Forte a of resort _ re web ranch of. Of Tod Stry Elton a Tyne Mem Ai clip amp fryre Thuy Lutitie to that a in of of Tiff products of the Hora and artisans a and of a Tija for tiros seeking hot i egg a number of years have elapsed since the introduction of . A Hostetter a Cerebra. Teu bitters to the Public. The prejudices Eris Hng in the mods of Many Persona against what Ara denominated Patent medicines at first greatly retarded its Sale but a it Virtues and merits became known his it Barrier of prejudice was overthrown and the Ethni increased no rapidly that m a few years scarcely Anvil stage existed in Tho United 9tates.m which Thea fitted had not experienced the benefits arising from thaduse of the u bitters a and at the present Day there Are to found in All parts of the world vouchers for the great merits of the article. No greater cure for dyspepsia can found. Sold druggists and dealers generally everywhere. H06tbtter a Smith manufacturers and proprietors jail no. 68 water and 68 front Straes. Having taken the business of my late husband Jacob i will carry it Sumall it various branches at the old established stand no. 26 fifth Street and would respectfully solicit a continuance of the former . B. A Oluster. Mrs. Jacob Colli ter ? a Bousal a sail Cigar manufactures and de amp it in All kinds of tobacco 8nuff and cigars no. »5 fifth St Pittsburgh keeps constantly on hand a Large Supply of All the various brands of imported cigars. Jaf claw 80.19 Che Shirliy a i Popiw Tiff he Oai to to Houte m. W. I a dib1 Charles Bayes e. B. English p. ,. C Sherman 8. Magargee y. Blase Oak secret jy40y a it de to a e. Or. Cup Geomar John Clayton. Coff la a. my kit a Taska pr6sidont John. Book Secre Tuy to Jonea Peai Duflot John me cob Rico re Cit. William Bxs i cab Jad Thraum. A amp Tea instr aka eco Mph a in a of Hartforod a �.�? Ncorporateb-1819 Chaste i Fer. Petal. A a a a i m in amp a cask capital it 1,000,000. Navigation at Aai Iberal Luhia a so Lenoy and air profit will permit ,. A v Ibdih Blib d Bho age its w. , us a jy22 6m Quot a a the Enterprise insumncec0. Phil a Delehia in a r insures agmn8t Eire on . Huri Dituro act try a a of pro Nisum. 1 , we. My Kee Coq Laltoo. A j a a Ilia a a. K Palt. Okay it _ Era Jyo. Mtg a Wood of Atwood a b6t�tteffioete�4ik�s�a�o4 d. Cash a a a yes Ian it. Chait Lisa w. Coxe Secretary. A a Pittsburg h was Hoines a to i Painter a co Thomam Howe pm ja.j<$rahau, Esquilin Kramer Esq Wilson my Elroy a sch Walls in Ryne a co Bailey Brown amp go a vhf la stowing Omelana a co Jameslyon a co Vij a. Say. . V w a -6ko. So betas a co.,, a at up is Johnv y. Logan amp Imam Teirs of h r Ewo. 52 Wood Street four boors a Heve a it a. �o2&6m Quot a Pitts Mab. Of or Trsar Oata i c quiet and unchanged i r mess and i for prime. I 3ut meats Are Dull at 6 a for b. T. . 8. Kennedy. Pearl steam Mill. Allegheny City r. T. Kennedy a bro., wheat Rye and Corn purcha8kiv i our Corn Mead and Hominy manufactured Ani delivered in Pittsburgh and Allegheny. �u7 terms. Cash on delivery Ose company. Or. Of Neill read a Bill to Amend the exemption Law. Quot or. Strong read a Bill reducing the capital Wejbe Howard insurance company. Nothing further of importance was transacted. \ the caucus for nominating a state treasurer meets to i amp error. Senate. �?5lua in place. Or. Yardley read a Bill relative to the Borough of new Hope Bucks county also to change the time of the manual meeting and election of the Hartsville Aud Centreville Turnpike Road company. Or. Parker Reaa a Bill to incorporate the Home insurance company of Philadelphia. Or. Smith read a Bill first Premium awarded the state fair to Graff a co. Fob the Best Ito ves. For the Best Range or families and beat Wood Cook stove diploma tor Best laundry stove. Also of hand a Large assortment of Healing stores Fralo and a fancy m. Via a Jam oort awl Riaff 1 or thu kilo for k a v Ity at aet a at the head of Wood Street. Ian Ubaldo hats a Vjra a a a Ledger hats Landau Tondalo. To found at s dodd�u9r a at. To 6f fifth pm Sonuia. To incorporate the America and India Chin Percial also a supplement to an act incorporating Howard tire and Marine insurance company. It was taken up and discussed some time and referred to the committee on corporations. Or. Ketchum read a Bill to enable the Goldsboro leather manufacturing company of hold lands in Titis state. Adopted. Tho House Bill allowing the managers of the Continental hotel to Issue Bonds passed. The Resolution relative to the organization of Congress was taken up and discussed. The Senate refused to adjourn at the regular hour one of Clook and Are still in session. The Senate was in Bession till half past three of clock. A an animated debate took place on the report of the committee endorsing the course of the congressmen of this state. A Huntingdon pa., january 12.�?the democratic county convention met Here last night Jacob Cresswell administration Democrat was elected state Delegate and instructed to support the Choice of Breckenridge delegates to the Charleston convention. A Resolution for Jacob pry for governor was lost. The hon. A it p. Schell of Bedford was chosen senator rial Delegate. Lipil a january .12-,-lthe Bill banishing free negroes from the Taroj under the alter a Montgomery Alabama january 11.�?9 o Clook r. the democratic state convention re assembling this evening the committee on organization recommended the Selea Tiosh of p. Lynn of permanent president Henry d. Smith and others vice presidents m. Van Hoose and others secretaries. The nominations being confirmed the convention or. Lyon on taking the chair made a Strong Southorn rights speech. Sex senator Yancy made a tremendous speech before the committee of credentials and it is believed that the Southern rights Wing of the democracy control the convention. Messes. Holland and Scott followed in similar speeches and the convention still remains in session. Lawrence 12.�?most of the dead at Tho City Hall have been recognized and removed. Others in which almost All resemblance to has been obliterated have been placed in boxes to await recognition if possible. Letters and despatches Are being constantly received from the friends of those recently employed in the Mills enquiring after their Fate. Kupreas ions of the deepest sympathy and generous tokens of compassion Are plentiful. Washington january 12.�?the president attended the meeting of the United states agricultural society to receive his diploma As an honorary member of that association. The president of the society in delivering it said that it was a strange coincidence that every president of the United states had either been called from the plough like Cincinnatus or else retired to it at the expiration of his term of Effifie. President Buchanan in his reply spoke of his taste for agricultural Pursuit though he had had but Little Opportunity to indulge in them. He paid a High tribute to the patriotic Worth of the tillers of the roil and anticipated with pleasure his return to Wheatland in less than eighteen Montos to enjoy the Independence and quiet of a Rural life. The speech Marble marbled John to a c a it g o has a Bia nmn. a monuments Grive stones enclosures posts &c., seo., plaster Paris Hydraulic Cement Ajtal no. 886 libel to 8treet. Railroad Spike company. Job Udworth a wac. Bidwell successors to Porter Rolfe d ottaus or Railroad spikes champs and boat spite ,. Cor. Or water at. And Cham if Ltd jays. it a. Chadwick. Chadwick Chas. C��adw1cx. Amp son commission merchants dealers in paper and r�c8,. I and Agente for too sole of Mahoning fire Brick and Fot Clay a Vos. 149 and 161 Wood St near sixth Pittsburgh. _ a j9�wrapptng paper at manufacturers prices. Paid for Raga. To a 1 no. 256.ubeirty s Ltd. I i Bank. Of discount Exchange and Deposit. Quot a Quot of Pittu burp re eted ovr.�?z.,ilj0i ,0,000 4-.8re�h0u tas Jia to a j l a five a funds and flu ency Iee blvd a on it All Man a cried we Fox Sale in sums to a do Jitou a Raj a Vamp a too or Cipal cities in Lio v�ut�3 slates Anco the Canada old a Toff eds promptly remitted Tommy ,.oniteyi-ipaterity. A Nix Coas a John Sci Jasiul. Alekx Xii or f�lm4h, a al it no it Yah Geo. A head j. w.m�?TStock Henry air Detroi Quot Rioa. o. Al. Warne Auff filyis it. 0. Schmo Cash Dynis g a out Sale of fail and Winter. Boots and shoj3s give me a goods marked Down 10 to 20 per cent a Call at the cheap Cash store cd fial Jos. He Borland is Market a Coad door from fifth Atreo. L. Hepburn att0ksey at life and conveyancer office with Hepburn owl vol. No. To fourth Atreo present a e0b i piano to Mote famil was frequently interrupted applause. Louisville january 12.�opposition a members of toe Xhu Firewo so Aitoro a a a a and Minato the hon Jody Dell As i llai1 to i unto Christmas w h at More suitable. Holiday Prasen than a and table cd Viper or a stat do of Liker to add to the comfor tand napping ass amp. A Roxo a Rioh velvet ifs Allin or Jessels i Giust ram vanity of a v a a Quot 15. Price a Force of a too old j wt�eroom8 of Papcun Rorek. Aa22, a a a a no. 118 Market a treet Wittal Tough pm it Homney tofs.�?ipo1 gothic Ciji Mno a is re ted. Day a sol cw�l5t�ir�jw �627 g s. Beisaw late of i Cater ii Gas Afao i to a commission merchants fir in Fol oohs?. Rom Mctoy a Yon Skorb. A Tel Wrob Jeringa in cd pm land 4co,�?T e to hid eat a Lancaster. Hon. Simon Gam Ero a Iyan Gardner a a. Yjtfs8.6m the Leois cdffamttjo., a its Dent Costner. , Stowe. It Aidif Faroe Winch Ca proc Eaffrom two veto thirty cat. Per foot. A a i Iacco �9 a Fly Hka air a Tircht for Solo who Leija a ? sea a Hemy 1>��ens, a warning 0i d osmi8slon Ink Cianfa and we pm aria Exilia to chi my , pish. A a and pts �u0e oirai4-y al nol 26 Wood . New dw0v c0r.East unennbohiqst.-1�?T a to 1�?~ajdiit�fe�sh�wv-clty�?� a no for Yurt Nav in a Large a offs blut Nino flurd3, assortment of al out Gene Assur own Tif �>antlfedlc1nes. D. For a .�ckr1 a ii a dipl a. Vii v-.v of a i it a Ltd my i a a. A of a a a i 1 of amp Jig \ Quot a a Cir re a i i a 4 v i get to a a Quot we at i 1 t a jct of it. A Vav al -. A j a or a Quot a Yia a it 4-0 Ifa Ufa a i sgt $4 Fol a a. L a a a i a a i. Of a Quot a a Ftp a a to my a q a 4. I r a a or a -. A a a a a a a a a or of \ \ s

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