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CORGB WBAVI-'.H.KI'ITOl'. A Nil PROPRIETOR CITY OF I.ANC.STKB. T.ietl;iy i: von ii sr. .rl 0. 1854 Toe Pittsburgh Poiroxixo Ce. S me developments have been trade which induce Hie appie!.eiis:oi tint (lie three cliililipii of Mr. Ch'IiI'KI were in I cut ii n it 1 1 y poisoned by a mm who h',d quarreled with Mr. C. Tin bodies w-cie lakon up mi Thursday by the Corouct, mid the st gov there being no tpp ratlin in Pittsburgh capable ol' analyzing the rnntenlg nf llie stomachs nf tint chil dren, they weie taken In Cleveland for lh 8 1 purpose. Ttte Ti. &() R 1 1 b i a i Tlio editor nl the Wheeling G iZ"tle liis lately seen several of Iho rontiictors on llie Bait: moie anil Oliin road, who agreed in soy ing tlint llie work on the mud ii progies' sing rapidly, and thai there can ho no donhl nf iheir finishing it in time fur run ning the firs by the fust of Jmiuary next. . ClIOI.FRA IN IIlfllll.AM) CoLvrv. Tho Pttirt amies that three men and one wn mnti, in the ueighiimliooil of New Mar ket, Higolu'td ('ti'ity. died, Inst week of a disease which thn physicians pro flounced cholera. Several others were attacked, lull nil recovered. Those who died had recently returned from (he West. nyWo. notice n statement In :he ef fect that Judge Thompson, nf Penn aylvania, haa lulrly decided, in the Ciiorl of Cnmmnii Plead, that the ten tntnf a finn, in 1 1 1 u l Slnto, c;innt re- ... ...ii ,1... . i..... ,... r - lllilkli III Gl" I inn iiiiiiiiiiiT iiipiii iiii7 imiiii no matter how prndnred. Tin ha heen long a vexed q'lealinn, and the Jude'a opinion ia of inteieai tnfaimera general. '7- , . Stanly's LrTTt.B Urn. Srott.TUe flos on Allaa thus it-feia In the letter of the lion. Ivlwanl Stanly, and the po-i linn and popularity of General clt. It tsyst "Mr1. Stanly puts his case airmie'y. and his logic is unanswerahle. Ilia leil-i will do much goud, but Ii Nmtli ami Smith, it -will to ini to phice the I'renideiitiul qiiominn in a propel lorm helmo the Whig- of the whole coiimry. Now. then, one word in roncln-ion Mr. Stanly anya that Gen. Scott waa in favor of thn "coin promise meaBurea." We have on donhl if thai tact, the Whig- oflhe Ninth have no doubt of thill fact; and yet they will henrily titppurt him if he is nnmiiiaied, and give him mich u vote aa I in not heen given for ti Wliia candidate nince the campaicn of 1340 The Whiganf the "vim Mi do not wihIi me L-oiiipruinwe measure- lobe dragged into the cnnviH Tliey do not nk for a camlidiitu who it opposed to them. The atiengtli of Gen. Scott upon theae point h, ia in the f tot that allhnugli ho waa in favor of the t mpriimisn himself, ho dnea not thete f - e repudiate and insult those who ilif lie is' ! from htm on these qnettioni lm' for intrriiwing llie Whi pint I'm in, fid crowding every good Whijj off of . It, who does not discern clemly the wis "doto and benificence of the Compromise mens'ires. ll Is the liheraliiy ol hit opin ion, it is the broad nationality of hi cliai actor anil his l.fri that ciuie men to e'eave to him, and which commutida from them ronfidr-nce and respect. " t S""Do tip the bnsiiiesa you were tent there to perforin -the people look foi it l he V want no trifling in the rase. If tho business cannot be ml through be twneti ihia and the fiiM of June, it can tjever he occompliidind hy llie smno -el ol lehislalors. Lither finish the icntk, or retiij anil go home!" The ahovo is from the Linriiater Ivi fo, (.ocoficn.) The Eagle teems di pxaed to he out of humor wil h its fi iemla. Have patience neighbor, "iho consiini lion is In the hnndt of its friends." and they are gelling St per day. Cirvlerillr llrral.l A visit tit Cohimhus of three days en abled our tieif-hhor to progress, and he is now of thn opinion that the "snme legialators" can "accomplish" the. work. This is t great wot Id. Tin New Yohk Tniuunv. This t. I nt ! per cTe '" clothed in new anil beau. . tlful lypu. s,i" ,"jy Rrat piosper ityand ttnlnW" ' rircuhiii Loorinii GiAsaef"" Nihm Acor respondent of the UttV.el', Chronicle ayt , "The following tilan is -terf.?' 'Tie- cious lor scarioa birdsTiom fiuit n),"'1' er produce. One of mv servants h.J'.H by chance broken a lookinn ulats. Ii f... peared m me that the broken pieue, suspended by a'atrino, an as lo turn free ly in every direction, would give the appearance ol something moving about. which would alarm the birds. 1 accoid !i!'y tiiod the plan, sod found that no bird, not evou the most foolljardv uf iheni dure Ci'itin itotu. - vu.-f" hair atlackeil my peas; on suspending a few bits of the Itiokiuit glaas Hmotiust them the maraud erslefl the place. The tomtit nttackod my set.kle pears, to wbirh they seem very patiiul, A bit of looking gluts mis peuded in front of the tree put a stop to . the rnitrhief. My granea waa then much damaged, before they were ripe, by thrushetand starlings; a piece nflnoking glass drove these away, and not a grape was touched atlerwurds. lad before tried many plant, but never found any an efT-ciual as the above." Dourrrian VRDicr.In an action brought for damages sustained by reason of the bite of a dog. and : tried last week in one of the Justices' Courts in that city, before a jury, the fid lowing curious verdict was rendered. namelyt "We find the plsntiff six cents '. dam-get, ami the dog In he giver; to the r'antifT, by 5 o'clock this alernonn, lo iiir Iron i eilieirttiA ultllcnlilt a - -Troublra t ra-ilr-from Nw York. Apiil 16. Tim SeirraNa vhiIh srilvril this ttiiernnnu. She biiug 2SG lassenger an I $400,009 in gold dut. 1 lie bit-tuner Winht'lil ScoM, Cu'ilnr nia, Tennessee, Oi lean ami Constitution were all at Panama anil hound ( San Fiaiiciscu. Pi ire of passage was exceed ingly low. California passengeie were lew. I 1'he ne wa from California it to the 20lli of Match, ami is rather interesting Our tin respondent at 'San Francisco wntet that there were tymptotis of neti oua difficulty at Sonnra. The French (Xpidilion which left San Fihiicisco a aboit time Bgo, professedly for the pui po-e of making lie w gold dis coveiies. Whs really html on revolution izing that rouniiy and estaiiliahtng an indepeioleiit g.nei nineiil , wi:h Do idea of being annexed In the United States I ha Cailfornians were much annoy ed at hit movement, and talked nf get Hug up' an expedition of a thousand A inei icaus to lake posession nf Sonora, lo drive out the 1 rei.ch. The inhabitants of that country were anxious to be inde pendent. A duel was fought at Sonnta Costa on the 1 Sih. between Pavid C. Uroder it-k and Judge Caleb Smith. They ex chnnged six shots, without doing any damage. No further teiious damage was appre hended by the floods. 'I ho papers is lllled with accounts ol disasters. Thtee men. one of whom was John R lioomas, ol Ol: io, died at Contra Cos ta, from loiling poison mushrooms An indignation meeting was held at Sacramento, to consider the bill recent ly passed in the House in relation to contract ol labor with the Lhinete eml granla. The bill is denounced aa in tended lo introduce a system of quasi shivety, and as an outrage upon the rights oflhe American laborers. Tho bill passed the House, after a violent opposition, by a vote of 30 In 20, It is thought the bill will not pass the Senate, or if it doea the governor will veto it Mr. Van B-iren introduced a bill in the Senate, approving the Compromise meus tires. Tho cliiiper ship Northern Light has been engaged to proceed to Aca'iulco for the passengers uf the Noith America Further intelligence makes it alinosi certain that the Schooner Exact from Oregon has been lost with all her crew. Since the departure oflhe last steam erthe weather has become favorable and business is improving. Prices have un dergone iii change of importance, but W'eie strengthening. Large tales of Chi li flower at $99 25, and more confidence exhibited. Whisky wanted at 30 cents Oilier articles selling in small quantities, at previous ratea. It is said Gen. Floret had been cn vettly, materially aided by the Peruvi ana and Euuhah.iu his movement against Ecuudot. The Ecuadorian charge had demanded his passports oflhe Peruvian govei loin-lit and left the country on the 25ih of March. The city of Guyaquil had been put in a stale of aeige, owing lo an expected alt ick from Floret. No vessels were allowed In approach the city iiftnr sundown. The English ship Lima having arrived there just alter sundown, waa fired at '""n ''1B ""'"'yi'"'1 luckily without of- li'lii. Exflmngn on Atlantic cities four pur cent, piemium. Muikels in the interior were impt'ov ing At Sacra nemo business was biisk; Urge sides ol flour, beef and polk. The Viiiilnncii Committee met at San Fianciaco on the evening of tho 19th M uch, Three bundled and fifteen mem he re were present; their proceedings were aecret Dates from Cnllno to the 25th ultimo are received. Panama buaiueas was iin proving. A Valparaiso vessel had ai rived from Baltimore wild 1000 barrels of flour, w hich she lauded at S3 per barrel with out paying the duly. The piisoners of the Galapagos Is lauds, a penal settlement of Ecuador, seized an Ameiican whale ship lying iheie Georgia ILiwIand, nf New Bed ford, captain and after killing the Gov ernor of the Island and putting the cup tuin and crew on shore, tailed lor 1 umbo- te. They subsequently fell in with a small schooner of r hues expedition, and cul the t'lrouls of twenty three of those on hoard, in hopes of thus making their peace will) the Ecuadoiian government. They were subsequently captured by a Swedish biig and taken into Guayaquil, ami ate being ttiej. Emancipate i) St.Aves. The steamer Editor, which airived yesterday fiomSt Louis, brought up twenty four negrnea, all of whom hail been emancipated by a Mr. Harper, who resides near St. Louis They are u hearty looking party, and ihey will, no dotioi, prove- good and use ful citizens in Liberia, which place is their destined home, Mr. Harper gen erously pays their expenses tn Baltimore. id the American Colonisation Society .jlirovide them with a conveyance to AfrieahU is true philanthropy Pitts tost. 0 - ' . l ,i t n of New York theV";" ''f l?m Emanuel and the lady were enged tn be married, ar.d- in auticipaliorrot ,. Miss L bought the furniture, Emsuiit iiroviding the funds to pay for it. 1 he panics were to be msrried, according tn agreement, about the middle of next May; but Emanuel not long since gave the fair one notice that hecould not marry her, pleading poverty nt a reason. She took this notice as a breach uf promise, and when the furniture was claimed, she refused in give it up, and suit waa bro'l In compel her uncle, who ia her guard ian, tn restore the chattle. The jury found a verdict for the defendanll So Miss L. remains in possession. ET'Dr. Pretty, an English physician, appears to have found a very simple means of arresting the hiccough. It ia sufli cient iu tqiirisze lh wrist, preferably that of tb right hand, with a piece nf airing, or with the fora-firjer nd thumb of the nfrohnd. . . Wikfi kld S TT Nut ttlay pusses Itui gives' us tome new evidence f the pnpul.tritj f Gen. Sttl ami of die l coil of tint people to place dim the Prrsidriitiul C'iair At llie Cnnve itin l Paiuesville. yesterday, every voice wa raised ! Scott, anil tin feeling scema universal, thai under be least ilie R--rvr w.mld 'izaiu mil ii" tint Whin iiinj.ui'iee of I SlU. -nil the p'irty itgniu tukethe pn ition of winch arclionnl jeirtiuay ami the schemes o! selti.u lender Imve deprived it. In new mm. reiiiinylvuuia ami Ulu.i. Iiw nunultriiy w men imi oilier nwn cuii bnnat, ami theie i no reason ahled.'uht that these three srent Stale will give liiin tlieir electoral vote. C7rt" Hr. Rats! Rats! R. B. Leach visited us last week, and with bis "Rat Exterm inator," cleared our house of these trouh lesome visitors in one nijjht - Clere. Dem . ll it were not for his name, we would say send the rat man to Columbus in stanler. llul there are leeches ecough there already.- Cin Alia: Aiioknda Ait Important Omiss!on Hv tome fitaliiy, we forgot to give an important item in Bf.ckki.'s speech, thai nreceiletl the Inmoua and never In be f.iigntten buttle of the saml bnxrs, in the House of Reptetenlatives of Ohio, on Thursday, the I5lh of April, A D. 1352. In speaking of the doings and sayings of the noted Kokhuth Legislative commit tee, of which Demagogue Wri.i.kr was a component part, B'CKRt. said that they held on to Koati'Tll like gum death; that they went further after him than they should have thine; they followed him all tho way to Cincinnati, when there was a committee here from that city to receive him; that they hung on to htm to light that, if rumor was true, some of them lost their coat tails in being pulled away from him at the U tier ti City! ll is supposed that this allusion to an accident of some of these committee men at Cincitmi ti, stirred up the chivalrous blood nf wki.lcr to the desperate deed of blood, of which ho was, very shortly iherealter, the dire perpetrator. The vindication of llie truth nf history required us lo add this item, that poster iiy may duly understand and appreciate all the causes anil provocations that led tn the famous battle of the land boxes. O. S. Journal. A Nkw Jockkv Cn'n The great Democratic parly of the Union has Je generated into a horse jockey club, and the organ of that parly, the Democratic Review, hat also degenerated into a mere register nf the latest speculations and exploits of the turf. The last number of that organ describes the present coiidi lion of affairs in the rlub, as follows. It is s dignified, truthful, and, withal, rath er amusing sketch of a very dilapidated set ol tndivdooalst "We stand on llie course ol lemo craliccore lakers; hut we will lake very good care, should tpaveneil nags, or lame ponies, like our beaten old fogy hacks, or ricketly cobs, present them s-lves for admission, tn tell them at once ilial they are humbug; that they are cal culated to injure the credit oflhe course, and our own individual credit as one of the keepers of the same; that ihey had better gut home ai d lie up: that what looks like strong legs in them ate merely windbags of chronic pufling; that they are 'no go;' that they cannut come it, "We actually met pnor Governor Mar ry, spavined, wind blown, strained, ring boned, and with a huge gray spot still sore on hit flunk, just ai the vety gaie as we came in, and merely out of re spect for his family and his fiiends, we advised him tn go home tn rural pasture, lo preserve his equine attributes a little longer, and not make an ass of himself." Rkmakk ni.K Case up Dio't'sv It is iluled that on less than 397 pounds weight of water have been taken from the chest n Mrs, N. B. Fairbanks, of Sterling, Mass., ut nineteen tappings oi operations peifomied upon her dining a period of about five and a half years, lusi putt, by Dr. P. T. Kendall. Mi'Hnun of a Fkmai.r in Viikiinia. Mr. Rains, sn old ludy who recently dit appeared finm the neighborhood of Har lisliurgh, Virginia, has benn found in the Shenandoah liver, about twenly miles below the place where she disappeared, in a hug, with her head cut off. Some time ago she received a check from her son, (who is now in Cnhfornia.) nn a Philadelphia bank, for St. 000, which she hud deposited with Gen. Lewis to draw for her. On the day she disappeared she had gone to Gen. L'a to see about the nun ter, and on her return home, she be ing partially blind and it becoming dark, lost her way, when some fiend in human shape, supposing she had procured hei money, (which she hud not.) butchered her in the manner abovo indicated. Pine On. Gar. A company has been formed in New York In manufacture pine nil gas, an article recently patented in England. It is suid a gallon of it costs hut 12 cents, and will be suflii ient for tho supply of twenty burueit for one hour. 1 hirty lights burning five hours per night will cost but $1,12$; while the city gat, for iheNiame number of burn-i t. would cost $2.23, making a difference in one year of $410 in favor of the new in vention. 1 he appnralut is said tn be veiy simple and occupies but a small space. A Hard Hit. The Michigan railroad has had tome very severe hits on account nf the tardiness ol the locomotive, but we think tho Erio toad catches it be low: Affecting Scene from an unfinished Flay. jbidgar. Adieu, my life, my love I Pauline, Sayest thou adieu? My "nil misgives me, Edgar strange fear uae a heavy dumpltn here, my life. AW! vrinW goaat thou in this strange battel A 6 Edgar. Vsy. atVina nor. You tack my soul with trTov., Pauline. Hp V ugar. 1 must know) Edgar. Welt, ti i mt p,ulino . Dunkirk! , ( Paulin. To Dunkirk! Vol Nl No! Edgar. Yea, by the Erie JUilrtvft Pauline, Nay, then, farewell AH ia over. i-artert journal. Parker' Journal. , . wm 430 reeruita left Newport (Ky.,' barracks, last weak, for Santa Fe. A long march! The gallant Post-Master General hat appointed Sarah Elizabeth McFad den, "poit-master" at Rock Run, Md. Wodtiesrtiit tven g, April SI, 18.V2 Locnrnco Lr.omi-ATioN. The article from a New Jersey paper occupies con siderable room, but it is lich and racy, an attractive narrative founded upon fact um! will repay a perusal. The Ohio Legislature has been somewhat cele brated in the woy uf fun, but we think the accidental Loco Legisljture of N.Jer sey outstrips its Buckeye contemporary- hy a long shot, and while we are very suxiout for the reputation of our own, we cheerfully accord the palm tn their breth ren of the East. As8ES8oii8'Dt.ANKs An Improvement. It is whispeted about that the Com missioners of the county, after claiming the power of controlling tho printing of Assessors' Blanks for several years past, concluded on Saturday last to throw the responsibility on the Auditor, ' It ia fur ther stated that the Auditor has contract ed for the same at the rate of about 35 cents per quire, effecting a fcaviugof about 65 cents each upon 120 quires or there abouts, in the aggregate some $75. Not being personally posted up in the matter, we publish the report as we get it, promising tn mete nut tn the Auditor exact justice with the Commissioners, should we hud out tn the contrary. We have no desire tnbe partial in this mat ter, and stand open to conviction. "Tub New Constitution &c."Tt was argued upon the stump and in the papers, in favor oflhe new Constitution, that it provided for "biennial sessions" aud"meetitigs in January" after the holi days. In the year one of the "glorious instrument," we have an extra session and that commences before the holidays. It will be re mem be id that a distinguibh ed member of 'he last Locofocn Con ventiou asked and was not answerer! "what does the Democracy care about Constitutions, when they stand iu the way of the party 1" Anothkr Sick It was intimated ihat the Senii r editor of the Cincinnati En. qvircr, Mr. Faran, did not agree with the Junior editor, Mr. Robinson, in his estimate of the Ohio Legislature and Mr Medary. Mr. Faran, upon his return from the east, promptly putdnwn this ru mor. He says; "The senior editor of this paper, on his return to Ins post, alter an absence ol some four weeks, was surprised to learn I hut attempts had been made at Colum bus, and other places in the Slate, to cre ate the impression I hut there was a dif ference of views between himself nd the junior editor, as to the measures and policy of our Dem ici iiic fiiends at Co lumlnis. It is proper to any that such a difference does not exist, and has imt ex isted between u-; th.it we concur iu opin ion us to the impropriety of iho course puisued on the piinting question, rxirn session, adjournment, ciiiniuul coiiil.aud Board if Public Woiks " It is simply necessary, tn do justice, to add that Citizen Med my is still "ulive and kicking," "ready cocked and prim ed" anxioiM to meet thn man who hut ted the bull off the bridge and willing to bark the men who are trying tn but the Locomotive nfl. A Louo.viotivk Exri.oiiKD An engine on tin Erie Railroad collapsed a flue on Thursday evening, near Chester, New Yoik, instantly killing the fireman, and ueut ly if not fatally scalding the engine man. Tho engine was nearly new and was considered one of the best on the road. Thn explosion was probably caus ed by ilie neglect of the engine man, iu allowing the w iter to get loo low in the boiler. No passengers or any persons except those on the engine were injur ed. EAni.y intiir Fikld. The Whigs of. Pieblu county are olieady in the field with o first rate ticket for county olliceis. and llie Register has no doubt of its sue. cess. Tho Locofocn Central Committee nf Fait field, on last Saturday, fixed llie 5th day of June for the primury elections of thai patty. Bold RnniiKiiY We copy the follow lowing from the Hancock Journal uf last week: "On Thursday night Inst, the residence of Dr. Gol'Clirii, of this place, was en lered by some one or more thieves, and 3200 taken from the pocket of bis puma loons which were hanging on a chair, and a gold watch. The rascals appeared lo have some knowledge of the ptemises, judging Irotn the manner in which they proceeded lo business, A drawer ol a bureau was taken In and left on the porch, and some other articles found re moved from their respective localities." Supposkd Drath from Etiirr A few days sgn a resilient of Chelsea, Mast, had ether administered to him previous to uiuleigoing a surgical operation, to removes toe nail which grew down inlo the quick. Tho surgeons had just com meticed tn use thn knife when the pa tient'a pulse rapidly declined. Restnra lives were applied in vain, and death en sued in about 15 minute. Cass iej EfffW Jnjiar. Tba Demo crots of CliiUU,iu Essex county, N.J, in appointing representatives to select delegates In the Baltimore Convention, instructed them tn vote for Cass men, and under nn circumstances to gn for thote who favored Commodore Slockton. They must have been reading the Com modore's late speech iu Trenton. Tin San Juan Linr to California. e steamer Pioneer has been chartered h(Va.d0,bilt &Co., of New York, to -Minn ihWvroute from San Juan to San Fhscison, and making the fifth ateamer mfniyed on th. line. . Sh will tail in a tew uys tor the Pacific aide. - From the tUule (N. J) Guzette. Might Seaslou of Ilia Legislature. Maiicii 25 1852. - The House met in the evening, and afierthe business had been ouetluough with, the members gave themselves up to a degree ol levity which it lies not been our fortune lo witness in any previ ous Legislature. It had leaked out that a demijohn of brandy, with crackers and cigars, bad been provided by the Secretaiy nf State for the proper reception of his fiiends, and in a few minutes, as might have been expected, the House was without a quo rum! The House was repeatedly called, and finally a quorum was brought together' and it was verv evident that they had imbibed a very lively spirit. A million uaa made in appoint a com mntee to wait on the Uovernor lo see whether ho' had any communication to make lo the House, A member rose to a "pint" of order. He wanted tn know whether there wasn't some other object in making this motion, and. requested the gent leman making it to give the fuels iu the matter. Mr. J. M Clink was in the chair; he requested the gentleman to explain. Iho memlier said that he helleved the principal object was to take a diiuk v.th thh uovemoi! rtoars ol laughter. J He had taken one drink with him this evening, and it was about time they had auolhei. The Chair thought the "pint" of or der was a proper one. The motion was eairied and llie committee retired. The Chair called the House to order, and said the gentlemen from Essex. War ren, Hunterdon, Camden, Gloucester, ftulem and Hudson have '.he floor ! A plausp.J Mr. Speaker, what's the question! The Chair -The tepoi t of the com mittee to wait on llie Governor. I thought the commitee was appint ted. The Chair. They were op pitted some lime ug Mr. Speaker, there t no eort of use in passing the incidental bill with the S30 approptiatiou to each member the Gov eruor will certainly veto it. Mr. B That uiii'i tn 1 don't believe a word of it I just look a drink with the Goveinoi! Mr.Speokei! Mr.Speukei! (rap-rap ) I ode!' the following resolution, which I trust will be adopted without a dissent ing voice. Resolved, That iho "bricks" in mem bera' bats be appropriated to the erec lion of an additional wing to the Luualic Asylum! Adopted with immense applause. The following resolution was then ofleied: Resolved, That the clerk infotm the Senate that this House is now ready logo into joint meeting for the appoint men! nf coionert to hold an inquest on the dead body of the Maine liquor law. Which was adopted The following was thou offered by the same gentleman: Resolved, That Messrs Sandford and Boyle be invited lo dunce the Fisher's hornpipe! The ('hair derided ihis leso'uiion out of order. An appeal was then taken l'ii-tn Ihis decision. The Chair All in favor of sustaining the Ciiiiii will say aye ihe ayes have il! Roars of laughlei, Mr. Speaker, I offer the following: Resolved. To ho tetious, that the Speaker ting a song! Mr. Speaker, 1 offer ihe following as a substitute: Resolved, Thut Messrs. Cline, Shay and May hew be appointed lo make ar rungemenlt for a "shin dig." In be had iu ihe. rotunda, and that the finnt seats heresetved for the ladies Mr, Cline to perform on the jews hap, Mr. Shay on the tiimhoiiue, Mr, Mayhew on llie bull hddle, and Mr. Young on ihe bone casti nets. The substitute was unanimously adopt ed Here a motion was made requesting Mr, Cbnk to vacate ihe chair, tool gio place to Mr. ('line of Warren The res olulion pievaileil, bi d Mr. Cline was coiiduclei! ri et aimis in the chair. Hav ing taken his seal, he said: "The House will come to oider " This ws followed by terrific applause. A minimi was made and rallied up pointing Mr. Mayhew Assistant Speiikei on ihe right and Mr. Young Assistant on Ihe left. The three speakers having tsken their chairs, n huge hummer was placed be fore them to be use as o gavel, Mr. Cline lifted the huge hammer with both bunds, and brought it down with considerable forco, calling the House at the same lime tootdei! while roars of laughter went up from every quuiter ol the House, A gentleman rose and offered tho fol lowing: Resolved, That a proper person be employed lo lake tho daguerreotype likenesses of the three Speakers. Adopt ed. The following resolution was then of ferod: Resolved, (hat a committee be appoint ed to ascertain whelher ihe p,entlrmun from lluliderilon ( Mr Burnett) has yet discovered the cat in the meal tub of the Dam bill. Criea of Hewitt." "He wit." The SpcaltrMr Hewitt will come firward and explain thia resolution, Mr Hewitt not appearing, cries..,f Mr Cooper followed iu quick succession. Mr. Cooper irt'tde a few very nppropri ate remarka explanatory of the bill to im prove thn navigation nf llie Delawaie. in, wliicn he said that inasmuch at ihe Ivuse had refused tn pass a special hill tornable them tn erect dams on the Del avlire, he thought they would rather pals i general law, as that was Demo cratic! food, good," and immense cheering follwed Ihis speech. he following resolution was then of- ler solved. That the thanks of the Hnlse be hereby tendered to Mr Coop- for lis masterly exposition of the princt ple4f the General Laws, and that he herafter have full privilege to damn the Delaware or any body else. Hire followed pause a number of members having retired lo take a drink. Durihg the pause eoma mitchievooa per son hail put a demijohn In lh desk ofi hi- ir..-.i ...i... i .i i .r. i.:- r - I on ouiioiiMu, tp-iit, iuu ten ins seal lor a I moment. Mr S. is . warm advocate of Ihe Maine law. The following resolution was then of fered: Resolved, That Messrs. Tatem, Bovle anil Feiiuumore be appointed a commit tee to search the desk of Mr. Saudford for any liquor secreted in contravention of the statutes of Maine. This set the House in a roar, and cre ated the suspicion in the mind of Mr. Ssndford that he was about tn be victim ized tn the ruling passion fur fun. He looked in his desk and found the demi- john, pulled it out. and with all his strength broke it mm a th oiisaud pieces Judge owan, at Columbus, will attempt by dashing it against the floor. While I '" judicial interference with the outrage ihis was going on the mars of laughter ous provisions, but simply shape their had reached an extravagant height, and immediately after a dead calm prevailed Here a member veiy gravely rose and hoke the silence by offering a resolution, leq-iesting Mr. Samlford tn deliver a temperance address! Mr. S nidford replied that whenlie ad dressed temperance meetings, be always preferred a sober audience A member here asked the piivilege of I'iving notice of the introduction of a bi I. Leave being granted, ho gave notice of the following; .- "A bill to pay for the contents of the bottle found iu Mr Saiidford's desk." The following resolution was thou nf fered: Resolved, That a committee of the third House be appointed tn inquire for the whereabouts of ihe par redemption bills. (,'ries for Hoxsey, Grover, Mairs, Sec. Mr. Hoxsey was seen in ihe lobby and brought up to ihe Speaker's chair by main force. He congratulated the House on having passetl the par-redemption principle. A resolution was hern offered to in vite Ihe Governor to address ihe House. A committee was appointed to request his presence. Mr. Young culled the "Previous Ques tion." Several members rose to their feet and asked the Speaker what the question was. The Chair The Previous Ques tion." "What in the il 1 is previous ques tion?" inquired another. "1 move the chair expluin," said a third. The chair, after several loud taps with his large hammer, siid if the House would come to order he would explain "Order, order, order let's have the chair's explanation." The Chair. As far as T am able to undeislaml the question, it is the Pre vioiis Question!! 'I his announcement was received with tremendous applause. Here a gentleman rose tn offer a res olulion which be thought would meet the whole difficulty. Severol members objected that it was not in order. The chair said that it was ulways in order to settle a difficulty! "Good,' said several voices. The resolution was than offered ! Resolved That the cbaii man person ally invite the Senate and House to a ten apin supper, where they can get thir teen hmtles of champaign lo drink. Re leu ing loan item in llie incidental hill of thirteen boltlea of chnmpaign for the House of Refuge Committee The resolution was adopted. The following resolution whs then of fered: Resolved, That it shall lie lawful foi the Camden Biid Ambny Railroad Com puny to pass any law. they please, any thing in the constitution to the rontraiy not withstanding. Adopted. At this point being after three o'clock the Governor's veto lo the incidental hill was received, ontl thai being a direct attork upon ihe pockets of the members, ihey were sobered and made serious nt once, anil tho night session adjoin nod. Kossuth's Bill. 'I he "Catholic Tel egraph" fuiiii-dies the items of Mr. Cole man's bill, for entertaining M. Kossuth and suite at tho Burnet House, ns fid lows: Flies SP4 r,n VVii-hiu" fi? 2fl Meil iron's 311 "ill Kx tin Meals f)4 on Cluinipiiiiiiie anil Sherry 51 I'd Cigars IVstnge, &c ' Kit 7-'i Ale. I'oi ter, Ac H ( Stationery, t, tit Ciiidectinnary Illl 00 I art iase o;, on Itarlirr's I ill, , I'rivaln I'ailor Piiv.itefW C .) Board ol'Cjov. Kos-uth and ntiiie. , I'urlors No. 43 ami 44 , 5!) (Ill S.i 00 '.'H flu .'il l Illl I 'ill lit) - tl347'.; The abovo amount (says the Tele graph ) was no mine than a lair comiien antion, we have no tloubl.for the expense, trouble and damage lo properly to which ihe Burnet House was subjected while the King of Gypsies, very dear M. Kos sutb, was slopping iheie with hi follow ert. Yet the Council reduced the hill nearly one half and then refused to nay. Bou-NTY Laniih A meeting was held in Philadelphia on the 13: h inst., anil lesolulions adopted requesting Congress lo , increase the grant offbtty acies of land to soldiers, who have set ved in the several wars, to ICO. DkOTof Indiasna. It it taid that the Slate of Indiana, by ihe sale of her stock in the M!isim ami lndiunlis Rail road, will be able to pay off $750,000 of her debt ihi ) ear. L7 Judge Parris. the new democratic mayor of Portland, Mo., wat sworn into i. (lice on Mo.iday, anil in his address stat ed that in the same hall tint he was then standing iu, he was inaugurated Govern or nf the State morr than thirty years ago. Ho also avowed his determination In enforce all the laws, the Maitie liquor law included. 7"Geueral Canales, after defeating Carvajal, returned lo Matamoras, was re ceived with rejoicing and honored with a grantl ball. HTThe Virginia Senate baa passed the bill from the House In elect magis tratet, sheriffs, clerks, &c, by the people. ' UtrA lot of ftesh green post were re ceived iu New Yoik on Tuesday, by the ateamer Alabama, from Savannah. Ey Green peas are only 91,50 per peck io Faneull Hall Market, Boston. Tut Efkrct. The intelligent editor . e . u u a r. r ''f.,h? 8Pr""?fi'' Gazette wr.t.ng from Cincinnati on Thursday, says: "The money market here, though rath er easier, bodes nt.t well fnr the future. The movements in Columbus are ex trenely prejudicial. The Life and Trust Company will soon give legal notice that its loans must be cancelled nearly two millions of dollars, and covering at least five millions nf property. The NevV York stockholders, governing the major ity of the Lafayette Bank stock, have long desired to close it up, and the pres ent tax law will satisfy them Ohio need' n" foreign capital. We are informed course sn as Inclose up their business. Praying in a Ball Room. Rather a queer circumstance, nut put down in the programme of the evening's amusements, occurred at the Hamilton House ball on Wednesday evening, which created nr htlle amusement and surprise. It ap pears that some one tent an invitation tr Elder Knapp, the famous revivalist, who holds forth in the city at present to crowd ed congregations, to Btlend the said ball. This he did, and entering the ball room commenced praying, to the vast number who went to pay their devolinna at the shrino of Terpsichore, instead nf attend, ing a prayer meeting; but before be had proceeded far, a voice waa heard "for ward four" The music commenced play ing.nnd the Elder's voice was drown ed by the "noise and confusion." He shoitly after retired. Chicago Adv. Tub Crystal Palace. The fate of the Crystal Palace has at last been de cided upon. Lord John Manners, the chief; commissioner of woods and forests, under the Derby administration, stated in reply to a question put to him in the House of Commons, that the Govern ment tlid not intend tn take any step for prtseiving it beyond May 1st. The ba. ance of the funds in the hands oflhe exhi bition commissioners, is to be expended in the erection of a national gallery at Ken sington, in which all the pictures and statues, capable of being removed, are to be placutl. Passage of Pknsyi.vania Bank Bilii. The Pensylvunia House nf Represen tatives, .mi Thursday, passed bills char tering the Commercial Bank of Pittsburg; Anthracite Bunk of Tamagu'; the Far mers' and Mecbanics'Bank nf Allentown; the Erie City Bunk; the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Carlisle; the Bank of Meudville, and the Bunk of Phceuix ville; and rejected the Newcastle Bank of Lawrence county, and the Bank of Potistown. This ia Pennsylvania Loco locoism. CP The Cincinnati Gazette says, it is proposed in that cily, "tn raise a large capital for the purpose of establishing a daily paper under the auspices of the M. E Church, and' that it shall aet its fare like a flint against theatres, liquor venders, et id nmnis geni. The editor of ihe Cincinnati Christian Advocate favors' the plan. We may remark that the cap ital ahonlil be very lurge." Tim PnrstDKNTiAL Campaign. Wr prereiv" that the Preaiileutial campaign has already opened in Kentucky. Hon. Thomas L. McCreery, the democratic candidate for elector in the third con gressional tiistr-ct of that Slate, address ed a large meeting in Christian county, few days ago. ITS It has been proposed to bold convention, of all persons who served in any of the war of the United Stales, in Philadelphia, o tithe third Monday of May. A Singular Testimonial. It is stated that 10,000 square feet of land in the Washington Cemetery, near New York city, have been deeded In trustees fur the erection ofa monument, 150 feet high lo Henry C ay, the cost of which ia tn be raised by snbscripiinns, from twenty five cents lo one dollar, from the ladiea of the United States. n?The emigration Irom Geiminy is said to he increasing, and resembles the Irish emigration, aa an exodus ofa na tion. Tlnough the cily of Cologne, there have passed in the course of brief peiiod, upwards of 20,000 per- 5" Another musical rival of Jenny Lind has been discovered in the female Seminary at LeRoy, New York by, the name of Mist Jay, who snng an echo song recently that surpassed ihat of Jen ny's, at least so say the New York pa pert. The ' Jay bird." for tuch the wilt be called, is destined to create a sensa tion in the musical world. tyThe Gazette says, there it at prot ein more interest taken by the people or Cincinnati in 'Spiritual Manifestations ihaii ever before. Besides the Misses Fox. there are 'scores of Mediums' in different families in various paita oflhe town. Fyitts said that John P. , Hale, U. S. Senatnr from New Hampshire, has concluded, after the expiration of hit Senatorial term, tn remove, lo New York. G? Th ere are 13,000 Cherokee emi grants near Fort Smith, Ark., where they are to receive each the per capita of SOS 05 from the United Slates Super intendent. , l-rHon. J. Clemena has been named at thn Union candidate for Governor oi Alabama. Take Notice. ALL pflnont Indebted to the late firm of FRANK & CO., n hereby notified tocill tnd settle the mo t the office of O. Steinmsn, J. P., Lane-iter, Ohio, no other pertoo Is authorized to give receipt, -All scrottnti, notes tnd duebills, hare been taaigned' to the subscriber, and left with the said O. Stninaian,. I P., for collection. L. H. SPRINGER. Ap.UM--3w61 Of Cincinnati. Ohio.. City Rent Estate for Sale. THE tubacriber offers for sale the Home and Lot,, situated upon Wheeling ttreet, t few days East of the roaidence of Dr. Bierstler, being a pan of Lot Ho. 6. in Square No. 19. Th House ia a two-atory tram ixl the Lot is 31 feet front. There la a aiaua & other out house, a cistern and well, upon the pre mises. I will also tell an out-lot of 4 acres, being a portion or out-lot Ho. 9, situated at the north t tnd ol Broad-street, either In whole or in part. road-street, either in whole or in part. The above propertY will be sold low and term madereaaonsble. ' SAMUEL SHERKICK. Us-uter, April SI, '869 3mU i te t t !. u: let at. am th tut It. t ra lis r- V a.. y. l-r. OI