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15 Mar 1861

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Pittsburgh Post (Newspaper) - March 15, 1861, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaA a %.%. A pfc sat. A. A a a in it a git c al a a a a us a a a a a v a al e Paris Post. James p. Barb., editor and prof Esetok nuts a daily five Dollar per year Banc try in Daranee. Weekly single Buben Tiona two dollars per year in clubs of fit a. Une Dollar. Pittsburgh. Friday morning. March local affairs. Of the Board of arbitration committee Trade for March and april. We. Mccroery v. P. B. Campbell a Savaii Dickey b. Preston a. B. Mos boy we Means. To lets for Hale at this office. Oil operations. Oil receipts a Tho Venango which arrived from Franklin Yoster Dav drought Down 172 barrels of Oil from the following Wells Raymond amp under Bill 50 Phillips Frew amp co., 27 Cornplanter. Nos. 2 and 3, 07 Horner Mccombs amp co., 2rv. The Noblestown Oil company intend to commence Boring this week on the farm of k. My Ole land one and a half Miles from Nobl town. The strongest 6urfaco indications Are said to be apparent another company has been formed with the intention of Boring on the land of m. Hastings one mile from Tho Village. The following item May be interesting to those making leases in Virginia All leases for a term of More than three years must be acknowledged like a deed and recorded within six months. To to valid All the names of each of the parties must to included in Tho lease and it must be signed by All of them. A company is about being organized at Smicksburg Indiana county Lor the purpose of Boring for Oil in that locality. Messes. Us boy Hall a roof Allegheny City organized a company Amon time since and Comroe cod Spur Arieus yesterday on a Mieir claim at new Waterford Ohio. Thev Havo Good Hope of tapping Tho a jugular vein a which runs through that Region on its Way from Mecca to Smith s ferry. Arrest of a mail Koi Aier on Friday last Lenry Morse who drives a stage Between Clarion and ked Bank a very illiterate Voung Man. About years Cul was arrested by Thomas m Cul Lough. Pustz ier and some citizens of Waterson s ferry. Clarion county charged with robbing the in ipod states mail at that place. He had been seen to take a package from Tho mail in his charge and secrete it in a stall of the stable where Tho stage horses Are kept. On examination the bundle waa found to have been opened and after his arrest a draft for $120, and a $2 Bill which had been Encl a a in two of the letters were Given up by him on being a it Kod for Morse was brought to this Ziy after acknowledging his guilt by some of to lips who arrested him and taken to the ferry hotel where to was delivered up to mayor Wilson s Chiff of police or. Patterson who locked him up for the night. On thursday morning be was taken before United states commissioner John h. Bailey by marshal Campbell and after a bearing at which the above evidence and defend ant s admissions wore Douai he he was Una Lay committed for trial at the May term of the United states court. The minimum punishment for this offence under Tho act of Congress is ten years no the Penitentiary _ or ,. A. 1 9 a a. New Reading and Columbia pa., Railroad has been put under contract and will to commenced As soon As the on Ginger can put it in condition for the workmen. Messes. Moore amp co., of Philadelphia have taken the contract at $600,000, and Are to Fin ish the grading masonry and superstructure prepare the Road for ballasting Croas ties and track from the East end of the Columbia Bridge to the intersection with Tho Lebanon Wiley Road the company to Settle Lor the right of Way. The work is to be ready for the track in fifteen months. Fire Relief boys have appointed a committee to make inquiries As to the probable Cost of a new team fire engine which they think they can raise the funds to Purchase. The Duquesne boy Bare also making an Effort to procure a Steamer and some $2,01 0 has already been subscribed for the the Allegheny fire company Are to visit Ireon Burgh on to 21st of Juno to participate in a Parade to come off there. They will be warmly welcomed by Tho firemen of old Westmoreland. sidewalks a another Feder. Al Street merchant was before mayor drum yesterday and was sentenced to a Fine of $2 and costs for obstructing the sidewalk with boxes. The mayor of Allegheny seems determined to explode this method of advertising and sometimes As yesterday when we saw a lady tear a Fine silk dress by coming in Contact with a Box we think our mayor might give the matter his attention. It the Bill at the Thea a for this evening Ems braces the a a three guardsmen a which is pro. Tie a serious family. Compromised. A yesterday a Man named James lamp Yden was before Alderman Jarat a Miller on a charge of assault and Battery on oath of John Mcclintock. Tho parties it appears had a difficulty when Laydon becoming excited struck Mcclintock a violent blow with a shovel. When the Case came up for a hearing before Tho magistrate a Compromise was effected by Tho prosecutor withdraw ing the charge and defendant paying costs. week to stated that a girl of fourteen Ada Brown had disappeared from the residence of or. Schooly Lawre Covillo with whom she bad been living and that fears of her having been drowned Wero entertained. It was ascertained on tuesday that the child had Onoto mrs. Wilkinsburg where she desired to remain. Her m. Ther who had come to the City to find her daughter immediately went to see Hor. Tin Kassas fed a who Loh Wix a Ltd tonal Coo Iri Bimont to Tho of Tomah fund Wero recite i at the Mottor office yesterday Lefernon Lodge a y. M now Allegheny by. $ 25 00 a i a Ysuf Kam i tarty. 1 00 three guardsmen diced in Fine style in it to Morrow evening die Lloyds their concerts. A �6gen. Jos. Mcmast amp a a highly respectable citizen of Blairs fue and Well known throughout the adjoining counties was stricken with paralysis on Fri urday morning last while sitting by the tire engaged in Reading a paper. The general buying a dangerously ill. Coal works . A. J. Raker has sold his Coal works situated at Webster Westmoreland county Toa German company for the sum of $33,000. To some two weeks ago bought Baynes Coal works adjoining for $16,000. The March number of this admirable school journal edited by key. S. Finley is on our table. It is an excellent periodical in its Way add should be in Over household where there Are children. , Talbot convicted of enter lug and rubbing the millinery shop of mrs. Fro rapid in Johnstown last fall has been sentenced to Foar years imprisonment in the Penitentiary. Hearing a Godfrey be Teschko charged with exploding the infernal machine at Tho residence of or. Hoeveler is to have a hearing before mayor Wilson at two of clock this afternoon. Later from Europe arrival of the steamship Etna. Wilmot elected. Washington City items. Decision in the Gaines Case. Decision in the Ohio fugitive slave Case. Senate proceedings. Or. Mason ineffectually proposed to amond the Resolution by making it read a a that the gentlemen named have ceased to be members. Or. Clarks substitute was adopted Voas 21�?nays, 10. A the Senate then adjourned fire in st. Louis. Missouri convention. Personal Liberty Law. Tout. Amount previously reported total contrib Rubias to Dale. Amount remitted. I 2�> 00 03. Ra�.�?T. 93. 4.1w� i divorce in the common pleas court the application of Isaac Gragg for a divorce from his wife Mary k. Gregg on the ground of desertion has been granted. Fresh amiable Bead quarters Fiill Street has just received a lot of delicious Froah Shad. Call soon. Or. St shins amp Munson dentists have formed a partnership and opened an office at 105 filth Street second door below the Cathedral. Boo their card. Dentistry a or. C. Sill no. 240 Penn Street attends to All branches of the dental profession. A Mira mho. aim. Joseph Meyer amp son manufacturers Tad wholesale and retail Peale a in furniture and chairs so s4 Penn Street above tha canal have on band a Large assortment of fancy and Plain r Umi Ture in Walnut and mahogany of their own unti Batum and warranted equal in Quality and style to any manufactured in the my and will sell at reasonable nominations and confirmations. Virginia convention. Peter Bubo Fob secession surrender of fort agreed upon. Brown Louisiana convention. Latest .11.1 it i. It reports. See., sec., &c., child suffocated a on wednesday evening last a Little child of a or. Garvin residing near Greensburg Westmoreland co., climbed upon the table where it Mother was cutting pumpkins and unobserved took up a seed and in attempting to oat choked. When noticed by its Mother it was too late to save its ufos. A Larue wednesday there was a family of thirty four at the National hotel in this City on route from fave to co. A to la Sailo co Illinois it comprised or Mau a and his wife a al Rcv clively 1 seventy and sixty nine year. Nine sons five a daughter and eighteen or Enid a Railroad. A a Man named Daniel Carroll was arrested Tho other Day a charged with obstructing Tho Pennsylvania. Railroad by placing in Iron Chain and pm he of of rail on to track near Coatesville with a View of throwing off Tho first train that might apr Roach. He was commit al for trial. Co a Ortii Erslie it. Undersigned have this it a Arlo a Raship mid Rihs name and aisle or Kank a in us Fly a in the Merit Hall tailor the a Lay Fonod a o my la Ltd Kank a i and clothing l>omaei�.-. Henry Kank w. 1>. Lumpki. Hatm Nam. J it a l�?~k1n i ing. Bock binding. Monono Ukla card Multi Lai. S the members of this society have elected the following officers for Tho cling year president d. Mccurdy via it Prem anti col. Joseph Taylor icon King w. Wickorham William Patton Juhn Wallae Yan Vooris. Secretaries w h Wilsn Chili hazzard. Treasurer w. .1 al under corresponding Secretary and librarian Ard Moore. Auditor Joseph Wilson c. E Beach. Board of Mann Ora Daniel Pierce Brisbon Wall James a Diann muses Scott Joh Storer to Bentley h m. Bentley Jas. Stogdale Dutton Shannon. The receipts Toste amp a were $017,18, mid the expenditures $ ld6,71. Whole num Ber of entries last fair l k�2 exclusive of voluntary contributions. Engineer killed a Robert Brisbane an Engineer in the employ of the fort Wayne Ana Chicago Railroad cum Pony was instantly killed at Alliance on tuesday last. He is standi g on the Sid track and of it is supposed was engaged at the time Ira counting the cars in his train preparatory to Slatting when a shifting engine backed three cars Over him killing him on the spot and mutilating his body in a shocking manner. Lie doubtless had no warning of the approaching cars As it he had to might have a heaped Liis friends reside in Columbiana Chiu whore his remains were brought fur interment Ltd sunday last. He was a most estimable Man and big terrible death has a no i a source id poignant sorrow to a Largo Rico of relatives and mends. Buk okd to monday afternoon the 4th it Hittle child Agod 17 months of Abijah a of Hanover township Washington county As 80 so Rioual burned by in clothes taking fire at it died on wednesday morning about four i clock. It was left by in Mother in charge of older child in a room where there was a lire burning in a Grato whilst she would attend to some work in the Kitchen. Unknown to Tho motor Tho older child Weot out by a a Root door leaving the babe alone in the room. By Semo Means unknown its clothes took tire and before they could be extinguished its breast Nock face arms and hands were to badly burned that it suffered on until tuesday night when it went into convulsions which terminated in death the next morning. Stock american Vuu. A re Jimiso a a y.�?~. Books Plain Panry p a p e r 8 a old and always on h a.jst2d 8tati<>n v Book printing always done to order. Oil it la. W. S. Haven Stati Onke Job Printki 4 Book Binder Corner or Wood and third streets. Marl amp tape s a p a n s i e r in Loriant to fam times save Tinc trouble and expense. Best article Market making Legal , part Lenur attention pled to the p. Tsinung of posters program Mes a. For conc tto and st ism. Urce add Plohs of hew types a Chinery a Corrie in Mam �0 san 0kabu a in work with pro pjs to Emend the Cocket this concert Hall this evening a rare musical entertain ment to offered and As it has been some time since to have Boon favored with such a one it win probably to Well attended. Already a Good of seats have been taken. The Prima Donna mad. Charlotte an a first class artiste Khu will be assisted by or. Clement tete Doux baritone Well known As one of our beet resident vocalists and or. F. Smith Tenor. Tho Murieal director is or. Edward Hoffman who will preside at the 1 piano. A Good programme is offered and the acres in a will to one of interest. We advise to n who have not secured seats to Call at Jieh Iris to Day and do so. Kaile Oad the report of the audit01, general of Pennsylvania we glean the foluowm8 interesting statistics the highest Railroad Bridge in the state is upon the Catawissa Railroad and s one Hundred and Twenty eight feta Hiffa. The Media Bridge on the West Chester and Philadelphia Railroad is one Hundred Ana 0de High. The Higake amp to Bridge on the Pennsylvania Railroad is at Colesville and is seventy a two feet a Job. The Bridge on the Huntington and Broad top a to amp a att tone town is ninety seven f00t High a while the celebrated Wisla Hickon Bridge on the Philadelphia and Norristown Railroad l but sixty eight feet High. We have received the annual report of the Young menus mercantile Library association soft soap one Pound equal to six pounds to t al. H a i for Halo al wholesale by Penn a. Salt manuf act a. Co. Pittsburgh a. And by All druggists is grocers in the United Bra team or. C. Baelz water cure and homeopathic physician. A1ao�?agent us Rainbow s celebrated truss for i tit March i i Kane Ltd i it Ukle merchant tailors and clo pliers. Keep constantly Ulhand Bonera ton meal of Coin. Cammen a a a it amp Tfir i Anil clot Lun where they would to pm of Robe old House of Henry h they we i they can a n. B a they will remove to Clau a Greet 00 the 21 it Insl f ask a ifs Tiok full table Nuie no 192 Liberty d to Piave the p Itron in Kive 1 hem a Call an e general fetauai motion. Air my store no. 46 8l to per present location Henry Kane. W b. Buffey. I chi building of a Aulne. It tit a flu 1nt any Are now prepared of a first class Jos. B. So int. Box 339. I it Bursh p. O. Raj tubes. Frog ocal for steam fir the specs al con yid a Tho eel of fire add Rem lha Bocre Lary Marla red Jons w Jim carte Bill poster will attend to the pm Tryc it a to or and posting of Bills circulars cards k programs Fok Amo Strainu Rall Rosaua team boat bbl a hotels sales Etc pitt8b0bgh, my orders not to the office of the Pittsburgh morn ave or Uit a Anutt Vii Reed Uvo prompt attention auction Sale of Bootie pc shoes by Cata Clotil A Large Stock of seasonable Kihei s Ani it shoes jul no ho<1 by catalogue to i the Btu a of the late Kubelt no Iota Market Burrei on March us 1 ski. Bale to commence at 1u o clock a. And Ron True Antil All u role. _ fe�?~28 lasts up Shiok top Dubu it tilt us ski Tinh works Park Ylo str lev a co., manufacturers of so eat in no Braziers and Bolt Copper Prehs de Copper both Toma raised Bull Bottoms. Spelter bolder Etc also imported and dealers in metal., i m plate Sheet Iron. Wire a. Constantly on hand 1 in men a machine and tools. Waro Boule no. 140 first and 12 second a treats. Pitta Birgh a. Special orders of Copper Cut to any tie cd _ Quap Fok hours 8h0e8 and , at the people s shoe store i. 8. Piffk.nbac11kr8, Marll _ in la fifth treat. Votice. Letters of administration upon to Kusue of John Bryak. Dec a late of the la Rrt in re it to Ltd of Pitts Burvet having been granted to the undersigned person knowing Ibe Mael Vea indebted to he in rotate will make immediate payment and those having claim will present them for settlement at the store no. 156 Liberty Street to al he Bryar Orf Lenky w. Beaumont fe20 6tw administrator refined Borax genuine hair Oil. Wistar�?T8 cough lozenges. Tincture myrrh. Charles h. Super druggist and apothecary. Corner Penn and st. Clair sts., Pittsburgh. A. Sipany Are now prepared. In lung of i or. Clingman. Of North Caroli to. Bad prepared a Resolution off rising the presi Washe Noton City March 14.�?Senate a or. Mason of a. Offered a Resolution calling on the Secretary of War to inform the Senate a whether any portion of the District of Columbia militia or any officers thereof since the first of january have been mustered into the service of the United states and whether any duty has been imposed on Thorn by the department if so whether they have received any or what allowances then amp Turo of the duties for what time employed and whether Tho same still Continuo to be performed Etc. Or. Sumner of mass., objecting the Resolution los Over. Or. Douglas of 111., moved to take up his Resolution offered yesterday calling on the Secretary of War for information relative to the Southern forts and other Public property Etc. Or. Fessenden of me said it was quite obvious that this was a matter on which Tho Senate could not act. It required legislation and they were Here Only As an executive session. He therefore demanded Tho yeas and nays. Or. Cantor of Virginia helped to Resolution would be taken up. It interested very deeply Tho people of us country who want to know whether they Are to have peace or War he did not agree wih tin senator from Maine that the Resolution was legislative in its character. Carolina said he a Kwh York March 14, steamship Etna has arrived with Liverpool dates to the 27th ult. The Etna brings �250,0001 n specie and Tho steamship Arabia to sail on the 2d int it waa expected would have �200.000 to �300.- 000. A the Etna famished no intelligence with re Gard to the missing Steamer Aust Rohslan the Bank of England had made no Altera lion in the rate 6f discount. C Trade was debated in the House of commons upon resolutions offered by or. Care declaring that the Effort to suppress it had hitherto been ineffectual and pointing to the introduction of free labor into the West indies As the most efficient Means. Lords Russell and Palmerston strongly deprecated the policy of Amenia in preventing the rights of search and permitting the prostitution of her Flag. 1 a a a or. Baxter feared that the Bouthern co Fedi Era lion would revive the slave Trade and hoped that the government would never recognise them without express stipulations against the resolutions were finally withdrawn. Flaw cd a or. Thouvenal officially assured the american minister at Paris that no de legs Tea from any seceding stale had been received by the emperor or himself. Italy. italian Senate by a vote of 120 to 2, adopted the project of a Law conferring the title of King of Italy on \ Ictor Emmanuel and Bis successors. The assertion is repeated that the piedmontese brigade will soon enter Rome and that the romans were secretly preparing to receive Victor Emmanuel. A amp is Sang amp go Tho 11th. Tho news Gays that will be Given up As soon nm.,thtnino� 1 tation could be found for Fhy troops nation two. _ David Webster. Of the a run amp Fujs it i Iba texan 4<wm iii Idun _ i psst a pfc found Tares the latter Lake to their to fast As two Light butteries of . In. A i v Cebator off Brazos it wafting Fotakis c it part will probably a be Elsp Sirohi minder. Constitution Iother people for Rii rejection was under my. Mention at Baton Rouge. A Reso Alion a fun. A a thong tag to Transfer of the st the provisional Gavern men l in volunteers to Elliat u n qty. Ern ment passed the House. A a to 9in� Nylon waa introduced into the Fioura unit the convention should eur mii the the confederated state to Othef Pietola in a see xkiby4h6 a a be to�4?� a r w. Richmond a. Pitini Qon. Tote that 6 i a i a a a Jet a Quot i i a 1 Del by is. 130 8mithk1ell8t Hirshfeld dealer in the Mala Job lured Poilu which we have already gents furnishing goods a and shirt manufacturer to. 83 Wood Street. The subscriber respectfully announces that 8h1rt8 made by him Are guaranteed to fit will be forwarded to any part of the Union on receiving from Tho parties heading the orders their personal measurement of inches Atoor Dingo the formula give below. Fotu size arond the neck. Second. Size around the wrist third. Sise around the Chest immediately below the Arm pita. Fourth. From the Middle of shoulder length of Arm to wrist joint. Fifth. Height of person from the shoulder to the for Large and convenient dwelling House no. 99 Peon Street. The House 1� arranged in the Bert manner with gis and water in All the apartments the lot a 24 Leet front by 1s8 deep of 15 feet Alley and the location is pleasant and agree Able. A stable and Wash House paved Yard. A apply to 8. Cuthbert son mar2 61 Market Street p what Welling House and four acres to situate on my Washington a Short distance from the City. Cottage House of about 6 roams stable up runs none fruit and Shade Trees shrubbery a. Bent $160 per year a Cuthbert a son mar2 61 Market Street. Constantly in Stock a full assortment of shirt of or manufacture. Any order addressed to me by mail will be promptly attended to. L. Hirshfeld no. 83 Wood Street. M a a b Oston paper hangings.�?10casea of Spring a Tyler now arriving and Lor Sale by w p Marhall. Marll Wood Street. , boxes first a Quality Lemons just raced and for Sale by key me r k Brothers in porn the 8t, Charles hotel. Mart cheaper than renting hand remainder at $l00,per year will Puro two Story Brick dwelling Ead Bye re fee hydrant valuable grape Nifte e., lot about 2 feet front 60 in depth situate on Comer of Margaretta and Middle alleys Alle then Cuy. I Rice $1x00. In a Are of a 8. Out Hoket a son real estate agents. Fey 61 Market Street. Í1utleky, guns <tc. attention of j those in search of Cut by Ato guns u directed to our splendid Stock of All kinds of table pocket and Towel cutlery guns Plato a rifles a. Cartwright a Vung fell no. U7 Wood Street Rallet and hips pock al font for aale by 126ii in print or y goods a a full Stock at c. Hanson love 74 Market Street. Dent to make a treaty with the seceded states relative to this very property whether Tia was proper or not everybody admitted that the president and Senate Are to treaty making Power and that whatever they do in that capacity is final without reference to the other House. He repeated Tuat the True policy was for the president by and with the advice and consent of the Senate to make such a treaty. Or. Douglas thought that the majority ought to permit the Resolution to be taken up in order that he might explain his object in offering it which waa for Tho Best of purposes. Or. Mason said that the Resolution Cau etl for information of very great moment and if Tho majority refused to take it up the inference would be that they desired to suppress information affecting the question of peace or War. Or. Fessenden said he had his objections to Tho Resolution. His opinion waa that it would be unwise to pass it hence he would not withdraw his objection. The question was then taken and Thesen amp the refused to proceed to the consideration of the Resolution by a vote of 10 yeas to 22 nays. Or. Fessenden moved to take up the Resolution offered by him . Douglas inquired what was the first proposition on the Calendar. The chair or. Fuote replied a the Resolution of the senator from or. Douglas remarked that As his Resolution was the first in order on the Calendar and it was the duty of the chair to say what was before the Senate without the formality of a vote to take it up he submitted that its consideration could not be dispensed with without the Senate agreeing on the question of postponement. The chair replied that the refusal to take it up was equivalent to a postponement. Or. Breckinridge of ky., thought the decision of the chair Correct although before the motion was made by or. Douglas it was the duty of the chair to announce that the re Solus lion was before the Senate. Or. Douglas by the request of Beveral gentlemen withdrew the Appeal he had taken from the decision of the chair saying that he could get at his object in another Way and open the debate. Tho Senate proceeded to the consideration of or. Fessenden a Resolution by a vote of 2g yeas to 13 nays. Or. Fessenden said he deemed it his duty to introduce the Resolution As exhibiting the position of the gentlemen therein a amp need. The Constitution provides that seats in Tho Senate May become vacant by resignation or otherwise. After declarations made by them and their withdrawal their beats had become vacant and there must to some time when the Senate must act. Or. Bayard of Del., moved the following substitute a that Albert g. Brown and Jef Ferson Davis of miss. Stephen r. Mallory of Florida Clement c. Olay of Ala Robert tombs of g-a., and Judah p. Benjamin of Louisiana having announced that by the secession of their respective states they were no longer members of the Senate and having withdrawn therefrom the Secretary be directed to omit their names in calling the Roll of the or. Mason was perfectly satisfied that the gentlemen named in the Resolution were not members of the Senate and therefore waa willing to vote for the Resolution endorsing the fact. He took it for granted that or. Fessenden meant no discourtesy by saying in the Resolution a a their names be stricken from the Rell a he suggested the substitution of the word the Resolution implied that the seats were vacant from these states. For this he could not vote. Or. Fessenden accepted or. Masons verbal modification. Or. Bayard moved to strike or. Browne a name from or. Fessenden a Resolution the latter not having made a declaration imputed to the others. ,. Or. Collamer of vt., said the modification of the Resolution required time for reflection. He moved to go into executive session. Car after a Short time spent therein Tho doors wore re opened and Tho consideration of the Resolution resumed. Or. Clark of n a offered a substitute for the Resolution which was accepted namely whereas the seats occupied by messes. Brown and Davis of miss., Mallory of fla., clan of ala., Toombs of ga.,&nd Benjamin of la., As members of the Senate have become vacant therefore be it resolved that the be directed to omit their names re from the feb 20.�? at 6d@ls decline. Wheat steady for Good securities. 8u Dull and declining paces for lower qualities Are gals lower. Coffee firm. Tea is quiet but steady. Rice is quiet. Tallow o9r go. The Money Markot is generally unchanged at a moderate demand. Prussia had not yet amp Isen ted to the French project in reference to the further occupation of Syria. Gen. Ciapka in a conference with the democrats at Turin spoke against any revolutionary attempts in Hungary representing that the country was unprepared. An insurgent body 5000 Strong supported by the montenegrin had pillaged and set fire to the City of Behar after robbing Over fifty mahome dans including several women. M my a Washington City March 14.�?chief Justice Taney delivered the opinion of the say Premo court to Day in the matter of. The Oom Moo wealth of Kentucky against the governor of Ohio Dennison deciding that a Case of original jurisprudence and m effect of Cue state against another and therefore the court has jurisdiction under the Constitution. It is amp Case to compel the governor of Ohio by a writ of mandamus to surrender a fugitive from Justice from Kentucky. The court says that the demanding state has a right to have every Buch fugitive deliver that the state of Ohio has no right to enter into the question As to whether the act of which the fugitive Standb accused is criminal or not in Ohio provided it was a crime in Kentucky and it is the duty of the government of Ohio to deliver up upon any proper proof that the at charged is a crime by the i amp we of Kentucky that the act of 1793 determines that evidence is to be submitted to the state of Ohio that the Doty of the governor a ministerial merely like that of sheriff or marshal and the court appeals to his Good Faith in the discharge of a cons Titu al duty for the reason that impose any Federal Auty on Tho officers of a state and that where such officers Are called upon by and act of Congress to perform such Auty it conceives of Good sense and Good Faith on their part and on these grounds the writ of mandamus is refused. The opinions in the Albany and new Jersey Bridge cases Are reserved for Tho next term in december to which time the court adjourned a a ice Proposki oils he d Yirgu Nia so Duff put Feck 6ehil&uh.um, demanding full and Witto Only. Condition it of remaining m u a Fontai. Ifo thought us a Security if a fully facing Back the Cotom Ste Ikiyo by i Ginia can hot exist in the Muaia them. He speech was Moder Story but unequivocally for Southern Rightor tuft propositions were referred to the comi Hitte amp the convention agreed to take up Ulm report on Federal relations to Corrova a a a a i. M a va., Larch 14 a the vote for and against instructing Tho delegates from thi City to vote for an ordinance wit continued to Day and extraordinary Ggut tint were both bides causing into Seex Cit ement. The vote stood this evening on. The closing of the polio of follows 1 Toyin Liruo Lions 740 against Jdstenctlons-67 instructions ,63. This is a gain pc us Alig a yesterday. The speaking is going on. To night with music and processions i the last Day of the contest and the secessionists Are sanguine of . Or. C a 1wrl no to Yoek. March 14. st feb ship Supply and gunboat Mohawk left the it nyy Yard this morning and have anchored at the quarantine in consequence of the Snow storm which . March 14 a River stationary with 9 foot u inches water in weather Cloudy indicating Snow 34 degrees. Tips / a Ajjia Boston March 14�?the Modifica Tithof the Massachusetts personal Liberty Bill gift passed the House. It had previously rain Tel the Senate stage at water. Nine feet water in the Channel. Quot Washington City Mach 14.�?in the supreme court to Day associate Justice Wayne announced his decision in the Case of mrs. C Gaines. He said it waa of Long standing and heretofore of doubtful result. The record covered 3,000 pages and at least eight or ten Points had been ruled by the court with regard to it. At last it had been brought to a conclusion. The decision was that she is the Only legitimate child of Daniel Clark and his Universal Legatee under his late will and an Inch entitled to All the property real and per. Tonal of which or. Clark died possessed and the defendant Hannings having purchased certain property with full notice of the Dull Ltd of the title under which he held it she is in it titled to recover immediately the Possession of it with the rents and profits. The court said that measures would be at once taken to enforce the decree and judge Wayne said in conclusion the future writer of the history of jurisprudence will be obliged to Register this celebrated Case As the most remarkable. Washington March 14�?the Charleston courier states that the batteries bearing on the ship Channel Are of the heaviest kind and Are now in a High state of preparation and ready for almost any Force. The same paper believes the reinforcement of Fot Sumter was an impossibility. It is. Timotes that there Are three highly disciplined troops in the various fortifications. Official information will Boon be a received that the Confederate loan of fifteen millions has been taken at a Premium probably of five per cent. Commissioners Forsyth and Crawford have received such assurances from High sources of the Pacific intention of the administration with reference to the Bouthern forts that at present they will make no official demands. Montgomery March 13. Tariff not has been published. It will go into operation on the 1st of May. As compared with the Tariff act of the United states most of the 80 per cent duties Are reduced to 26f per cent and the greater portion of the 22 and 19 per cent duties to 15 per cent. There is a Largo ten per cent schedule and a very Smalt free list. Pittsburgh markets by Porter Berc the a or on Douy Furre Spaah Ham Jcj utt . We note us bbl at tip to amp Fri for Spring and of is for Winter or Hest extra ,s2@o30 for Spring and $5.7g@aso a or tilted exr a Ana $6,00@6,2o of . A oraln.8ales 400 Bash Oate at24c 2.0baahcdmfrom store at 40@41c,. A loads from Balas at $9 Perfin Sagar Aalee 13 bids n. 0.st kouwies�?z8alee3b bbl n. Of at 37g38e 0 a _ Coffee Solm to Weka ufos at Job. Dlf Aalee 24bls3, la Rdv to rat s0o#t#ar Quot 2 bbl prime Rou at so a it. of4 Bola atut a a dos.--obeese.8aies 02 boxes w. Ilat Loc pc boo on sales 3.600 tb9, to lots at-$6 1b-Apple 8ales 70 bulb. At s2�2@2�5. .�.� beaus.8ales w Bush Small White sir90owc of 22 bbl at 171ba y a Cincinnati Mack tax amp Cravan March �4.�?erenidg�?wheat12o Lovoff. With a fair demand at the decline. Cora did Otis to changed with a moderate demand. Flour i�4a Fri Irda mad chiefly i rom the Southland this Market is st a do a at $fr,60@5,6o for a my Praldo. It in moderate demand at to Clover Eeedlsflellinnefc-$4.60 and prune Timothy at $189 per a Nib a Bash i preview padm a Mai ther Advance unchanged. Mess pork a hug shoulders. 88% and a tide Bacon ted Ige a and with Small a fest these rates. Lara uii at it which Ore tie a i for barrel and Keg. There Bjk Good den Cenes Hale of a ids at 5xi% Coffee at 1314 and bbl Mol Aisea i Market is firm particularly for molars Market is unchanged and the Duma West per cell Exchange on the East firm mum. A a it now York Market. A new l Oak. March 14.�?evening.�?cotton�?o�nn Salee 1400 Bales at wheat Arm aads of 6lu00 Buah at a 14@1.1s for Chicago Spring. 121 fal2sfor Mil $1,67 for White Kentucky and for red Jestenie Corn firm s900q a no a sold at 60@6$i for ol4yeuoy 68s 70 for White Bouthern and 68 for yellow Park Heavyn $16,16 for mess end 12.60 for Prive. A Hirter Tey aft executors Sot Cej undersigned Keseg Hob of a a a Jonah Todd late Olet Gey town. Ryphe under a i the estate of Jon snip. Aug fiery of july deed hereby Soi indebted to said estate ump us team Medlang those having fcla�m8 Gamst the Zameito j duly authenticated for settlement to the at the late residence of the Deo do on it uth Day of March next Enselm James t january 22,1861 let Jcj rat peso amps a a und Harri Busg March 14. legislature met in joint convention for the election of United states senator. David Wilmot of Bradford county received 26 senatorial and 69 representative votes total 95 votes. Quot a. H. Welsh received 5 senatorial and 29 representative votes total 34. W. W. Ketchum received i senatorial and 1 representative vote. Washington City March 14. Senate today confirmed the following nominations made by the president William r. Allen Nathaniel Green and Francis Blake lieutenants in Tho Navy Julius piece Alexander w. Slacks and d. M. Cohen As first lieutenants and James Tracy of Pennsylvania and Louis m. Goldsborough of the District of Colombia As second lieutenants in the Marine corps William Auen As postmaster at Auburn n. Y. Amos Frick As naval officer at Boston Rutus Hosmer As Consul general at Frankfort on the Maine Willard b. Phillips As collector at Salem mass John Russel Jones As marshal for the Northern District of Illinois Cassius m. Clay As minister to Spain. The nomination of or. Corwin for theme a ican Mission was not acted on his acceptance not being yet determined. The Only nomination sent in to Day was 1 hat of Jacob t. Haldeman of Pennsylvania As minister resident at Stockholm. Executors letters testament Baos the estate of Joseph. Holehan,.deoapmdt i. Franklin township Allegheny county per had or nuked to the Register of Abe signed. All Persona interested will take a Otic present their claims properly a or ment and those knowing themselves Index tidy alb make payment immediately. R iffy John y Franklin Tower help March 2.186t it . Administrator s r a letters of admin that Ion to i f t having been granted by tha Begia tat of 4lh�hw�5flkss county to the undersigned to Ibe estate of mkdc5io� r. T 6ybeb.t. Late e India not Toa Tuhill 4efe�a<.lu phase Persona having claims will Praseut them. Prol it for Letfie Umit. indebted Voll Cau woj tue be Bast. 1w1 Felc Dlila. It Inbur twi they 8ta�o0 to Bertest. Bubke amp Barot af18i again triumphant a a us Jack a bakes Quot is a. Bax a k Babel of he 22d of february a shops Wood. Maters vhf fun Hoseia Quillis Wareh Uaea of Tho southwestern amp Raoufa tory. All being Tibie Mote Niu. Were burned Down a. Punt Blip where the heat waa tda amp a in g of your it Kef Faafiu containing All of Flor Ranee a Ociea. Ac., amounting to Over fms to fees Jtj papa being Aken out. All were entirely Safe. To most cold it by recommend tube Rafoa As being very Superior. A Piatt Martin a the above Tafea of every afre on a but. To order by a it a we ml1 Buree i at the old e8t&blisheds$fa 129 h. Mar7 d2wawly final Grgo. Smtth Park s pop ninth Warp �op�7�? a pit38ri a a Ware Honda to. 14� Furu and of it a Manola carers of Alt by aet re def retort and Secretary b up actively 1 st. Louis March Ian the planing Mill of Bradford amp Hart Corner of ninth an Walnut was burned this morning. Loss $16 00f in convention to Day judge Gambie offered resolutions to appoint Del ates to the Virginia Conven Uon in accordance with an invitation from that state Wnm a a by request of the com Mitte on Federal relations waa ordered to be printed and offered with the original , yesterday Aud to Day were almost in Tif Cly devoted to we majority report. Jobbing and Don made to order. A we one Oast tois Iron wage coupling. Also jobbing and a a Fifine foundry All Noco Sory fitting a a Chmill fit Rich West go acc tired and . Marll a Fri. L to White Beans �?7 say a a of us to received and for Fok Fisk 1 Woodland Yater att Ata of Jal amp juried applies fti6 a in Taaka a of Wei a us to receive Oil and Lor wms Georoe. Wood mid Walar thu

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