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Yon ischoootatOottley or Femme lest*
leg the city during the stuniney Months
they out have the Gthryre watied to their
addroot. by Ordering the name ot the often,
for allot" trite how week tor mu week or
Hon. Taos. Wrmaars has our thanks
for valuable Public Doontoenta.
The Pittsburgh Post, the Philadelphia
Age, the Elarrisbug Patriot end Union,
the Lanaustes Intoiligencer, and proba
bly all the papers of that stripe in Penn
sylvania, gave publicity to an article mid
to have been copied from the" Salem,
(Hasa) JoUrnai, Radical," which in
tams of toarseemiltation, glories in the
nomination of Judge Williams as an ac
knowledgment on the post of the stolid
Duich'elementi &the superiority of New
England men," and aftemeards stigma
tizes Pennsylvakua sea "poor, ignorant,
stupid, old Dutch State," and much more
of each AWL
Quick upon the heels of the wretched
and overdone fabrication came a state
mentfrom the Salem Register that no
paper bearing the name of the Journal
is published to that city. In fact any
puma of common - discernment would
we at a glance that it vim Is fabrication,
a forgery, and wan never written by a
friend of Sedge Williams; - yet it has
taken the rounds of the Copperhead press
of this Mate,. and not one of them, m
far saWahave seen, has had the hmi•
esty or manliness to state the (het that
the journal from which .it mu said 'to
have been taken has no existence.
Judge Militias and his friends may
coo ratulate themselves upon his Intim
pesehable chancier and record when his
enemies are obliged In react to such
'tumoral expedients to excite the pre.
indices of our people against him. Now
will the Pod of this city state, for' its
own sate, not for his, that the article in
euesiloi; aid which It published, was a
fabrication—that no such paper as the
"Salem • (bass.,) Jeergut, Radial,"
'rn Istnnoomo betireen the Prod- !
dent, hir. Stanton and General Grant,'
relative to the removal of General Sher
idan, seems to be approaching a Culmi
nation one way ur other. The affair Is
alluding a rich harvest to gossip mong
era, especially such as communicate with
the world outside through the columns
of the New Tort Herald. If we may
believe these rumors, the President has
made up his mind that if be cannot PI
6,22teed the Secretary of War he will sus-
Pend bleillefase to bold official inter
course with him and exclude • him from
meetings of the Cabinet. In, the mean
time. rumor bas' it that Gen. Grant bar
assured Generals . Sheridan and Pope
that they will not be removed, and di
rects them to go .on In the discharge of
their . duties under the reconstruction
• 'arm Per warn, there are other 211:
mon that the President has ordered thin.
R 0112112121 to Washington, with the Mten.
Goa of couferiog upon him the command
of tlui Fifth District, which is Sheridan's.
„On Berrinnselaitoulyeixty , lbur feet
of the greet tunnel cuithe summit of 'the
- BlerraTiends, an the Central Pacific
Bailresd, remained to. be cut. On the
10th it is expected that the find. 1000/110-
tiveind train will run through. It will
be remembered that operations on that
road commenced at Stersunento and have
been * pushed eastward thus far. This
greet tunnel is very nearly a hundred
miles northeast of • finentetentoi and as
. the summit of the Sierra Nevada (7,000
feet high) lout been surmounted, a • com
munication between California and
vada bat been established, As the'latter
State is rich in minerals, especially sil
ver, and as it has hitherto been melt
• difficult of 11021:811, this opening up or a
railway communication is - a matter of
great importance. It is remarkable that
the greatest feat in engineering over
achieved in the world should be accom
plishedia a region whkh the feet of civ
ilized men have only trodden about a
• spore of years.
Trte Cowman. Ponvos of oar pop
ulation yesterday held a celebration at
Union Park, Allegheny, commemorative,
of, the Went India emancipation.. On
thelst instant was held a similar cele
bration at - Iron City Pare, this city.
Both affairs .were largely attended by
adored folk', sad pease off in a highly.
gratifying manner. , It: is worthy of
notice that not a siogle are of drunk.
minces or disorder turfed the enjoy
ment of either cehtbration,••nd that the
entertainments afforded ' at both , were
high-toned; intellectual and rational.
.The colored people hereabouts have over
enjoyed a reputatlon as peaceable and
law-abiding, and the order and dignity
of Molest two public Mfrs in which
they Participated so . largely, have added
much to their utuuleter.
iron Tuts nerisvrr of mir manufact u• jets who may desire to exhibit their
Wares at the forthcoming State and Pro.
Hanel fairs we publish a tabular list of
time and place of such exhibitions so far
Pennsylvanin...Pittebargb... • • -seot. 3 4 -27
' tlenada Wee....Elnoton Sept 3347
... Oct 14
Terre Dante—. Sept.3o-oct3
Keatramy loahurwe Sept 17-3 e
/CLUNY Lawremsa Sept 34-27
vet Drool s - mt 71t3
Den nammatraissanau seed lots
...........Provialenos,B.l. Sept 3-0
. 31. 3 1 3r1...,,...8arta10 October 1-1
OS 3II - Dayton Sept Dt47
rermont Jlrattleborca.....SePt 7043
eflaconaln.. .Dadlson nest am
weenier.% 'nits, October TS
far icen het the Republican Canyon.
lion for Lou - Aster (Meaty, Instructed the
County Committee to have tho local
candidates to be voted for at the next
election, ; nominated accoiding to the
"Cnolrfard Vaulty System;" that is, to
allow the Republican voters In the dif.
Went precincts to select by ballot from
the persons offering wißch Should be ac
cepted ati candidates. - The caunty com
mittee,, after • considerable diamesion,
have !ejected these instxuettona and
limed • call for a delegate convention,
after the old fOldoo•
posttonzinurr by Gssreaun of
of his projected movement against Rome,
may be taken' u interpreting what the
Emperor Nerciazow meant by hisreccot
note concerning tint old French fortikca•
don, surrounding that city. It also ex.
plains the citoldence maintained by the
Ripe, notwithstanding the menating at
titude of the Liberals. :Ile knew in
whom he trusted.
TRR POPMATIOR Oti MILWAUKEE, XS
billed Ott a new directory of the city, le
set down at .seeenty•aix .thousamL At
the rate of InCieme mule daring the
hot few years, the "Cream" city expecte
to audonlah the world intim 1870 ceases,
with a poymlation of an hundred thclus•
Tue. .flopobliesas of Perry county
Ism nominated Jontrn W. FIIAXF for
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VOLUME LXXX.II.:-rNO. 181,
-13alamoro Lae '73,480 bonecholdebt.. -
—TheCzar is inveetlng in noodle guns.
--Terneetendem thirteen cottorifticke •
—The principal gymnaet ut a 'Parte
circus L e a large monkey.
ltbdorl In stadyla^ Maria Aiuoineite
for tito ex.r.resn
purpose of billierdry9"
lout beggar..wallawldalong •
for — . a A L e
U. of bread , stole a set-of nose
teeth to eat lb •
—English ladies are adopting the Saab
lon of wearing belle with a email daft
—Mrs. Patellae, or Ithlgoield, °blot
hen reunited the ripe old Age of one hop-
—Thioira: both lairglarlow mud WO-
Way, abound In the northern region of
I ado and indium •
--A abort-halal reporterbasebnllenged
a local reporter la St. I.onl . Faeh hopes
to "take dowa?,the other.
—A Irma ninety yo old fell down
Mans in Wo.rren, Pe.. w few 41 .3% alto,
and erns Instantly killed.
—There 'ere no lees than are lawsuits
pending In the English Courts concerning
the stentruthipGron Eastern.
--A dour merchant in Ohio hicebis life
%Stared for 300,1X10. Ile Isn't anxious
about the fall of lireadstutlk.
--Thedog-kllllng .business to New
by five men. They
make about mss! each this mum.
Waablngton genlua *ants money
to curt an aortal mall line, to run from
nut city to Top• York In three Loon,
—They - ere mein carrier pigeons be
toren Cologne and linuaele. The fast
est time mode Is 110 adios In three 'tours.
—Fire romptualen are -mliaing silver in
Jaaksaa .antaw, Va. Thelainetpal vein
le about (oar hundred feetbelowthe sur,
—Tho summer revorta along the Ilud-
Dna are sparingly patronized this mason;
•w large proportion being comparatively
--Somebody is errdently determined
to born of till the breweries in. Chicago.
No lam than iburhare been burned with
in week. •
—Jordan Potter, of. Weavinwit, Me.,
recently drove nail hini lila glen head,
while partially our died linen
the restate a few days after.
—Fifteen hippopotanini hides were re
cently seat to a tannery In Boston, Maas-,
to he tanned.. They were In halves, aid
weighed together 3.400 pouude.
—When litmnieutt mid - he wanted to
treat every man like a brother, the I itch
nxtrul negrom crowded round. him glee
fully. They expected en invitation to
drink, but were ditoppolnteci. .
—The London Railway News says
"The extraordinary number ofadrcrtise
meats of properties to be sold now to
seen daily is proof of the aide' spread
ruin which bee followed the last round
of Indiscriminate St itch Exchange specu
lation, but which doesnot publicly show.
—Pope Adrhut SLath was talkie t with
the. Duke of Seim. Thu Ibuigel gave
great scandal, and that he would have
him thrown in the riier:P But Been an
sa-ered, "Do not, holy father, fbr then he
will turn frog; and whereas now he
chants but by day. he will then chant by
day and night."
—The Turks made an expedition into
Persia, an because of the etralt jaws of
the mountains of Armenia, the Bashawa
consulted long which way they should
get M. One, bearing the debate, said:
Is much ado how you shall get In;
but I hear nobody take cart how yon
shall getout." Which in fact they never
—enamel, the orator. had a fish which
the Roman called ••3turcna," that he
made very- tame and fond of him. The
fish died, mid Cr:teems wept fork: One
day, during a dispute with Dominus, in
she ..Saza4a, Domnina said, "Foolish
y d:il "That la mtre than you
did for both our wives!"
Kin g of ata.vdon, Would
at times retire from business, and give
himself wholly to plea/lures. On one ot
these occasions, giving out that_he-was
end:, his father,. Antigonua, came end
denly to visit him, and mete fairdadisel
coming out of his room. When Antigo
mut came in, Demetrius Raid: "Sir, Use
fever has Just left me." Antigone re
plied: "I think it was it I just met at the
dour." . . .
—The ileum= made a law mplinst the
bribery and extortion of the governor. of
the provinces. niece), in one of his
- speeches to the people, said "that lie
thought the provinces would. petition
Rome to have that law repealed. For
before, thegovemors did bribe and extort
as much as was !sufficient for themselves;
but now they bribe and extort as,much
as may be enough not only for them
selves, but for the judges, jurors and
Angelo, the famous painter,
painting - in Pope Clement's chapel the
portraiture of hell and damsel
made one of the dawned souls so like a
cardinal time wan his enemy, that every
body-knew it at first eight. The cardinal
complained to fire Pope, and asked that
It be defaciod. The Pope said to him:
"Why you know very well I have power
to deliver a eon] out of purgatory, but
not out of bell."
—There was one that died greatly In
debt. When it ism reportisl In company
where divers of bis creditors wre, that
be wail dead,une began to say 'Well, If
be be gone, then he bath carried tire
hundred ducats of mine into the next
world;" and another said, " And two
hundred of mine; " and a ‘ third spoke of
great • sums of his. libation said': "1
perceive now that though a man cannot
carry shy of 'his 9,113 with him into the
next world; yet he may carry sway that
which to anntherman's."
- .-tilionyslue, the (Treat, after he was
deposed and brought to Corinth, kept a
school Among those who visited, Mu;
wagon° who, when ho came in, opened
his mantle and 'shook his clothes, think
ing to give Dionyaius a gentle acorn—for
the tyrant, when In power, requiredthat
ceremony of every one who came in his
presence, that they might not thereby
carry, concealed weapons to do him hp
Jury. But Dlonyalue ante to him: "I
prithee do so rather when thou vest
out, the; we limy see thou 'double noth
--Cicelium being prosecuted by Oilier
for impiety; summoned Cicero est.
nem. Clodlue attempted- au alibi, bat
Cicero ntaintainoil otherwise. The jury,
however, composed of lifty-eierven, ac
quitted (Indies. Whereupon,one diw in
the Senate, Cicero and Clodlus being. in
Mae-cation, Clodluattpliroldnd him, and
mid: •`The Jury gave you no credit."
Cicero ans wered: "Five and twentygave
me credit; but there were two and thir
ty who gave von no credit, for they had
their trionerLefore hand." cloditis was
acquitted b a corrupt Jury, that had
probehlyteken ',hares of money. Before '
they gave in their verdict., they demand- ,
ed of the Senate a pled, as Manus was
a very sollitlorie young nobleman. Cant
les., the next day, seeing some of them
together, mild to them: "Whet made you
ask of us a weird. Were you afraid
your money 'should be taken from your"
—notion alien general of the Athe
nbui army, iused to dress coy mean, al
ways going barefooted and sometimes
without his upper garment, except it
happened to be intolerably cold; and
then his soldiers used to laugh end may:
"It in a sign of a lamp winter; Photon
has got clothes ott" The Athenians
once insisted on his leading them against
the enemy, and when be refused, that
told him nothing could be more dastard
ly and spiritless than his behavior. Ile
answered, "You can neither make me
valiant, nor con I - make you cowards:
however, we know one another very
welL" Having a difference with Iket-i
-mu, which they refused to settle by
treaty, and proposed to decide by the
"word, Procion old: "My good people,
keep to the method in which you have
the advantage—that to,talking and not
fighting"Lyeurgas the orator, .one
dayeahi many disparaging thlnp, and
animig the rest observed that when Al
exander demanded ten of their orators,
(polltielans,) Phoclon give It an his opin
ion Mat they should be delivered to him.
"it la tvtle:' sald Phocion, "I havegiven
the Athenians mach ;rood advice but
r e th u n e h d y t ed li d° ,
be t er h ro , ° ro p w are: . iiid A Arb uima wl th "Ci a,A hi t.; ei n a. M .
preelled them to declare war.
the lista mine to be made out, this swag
gerer appeared with hie urn bound up
and a match In his band. Photon, as
he eat upon the business fleeing him at
some distance, celled, "Put dow n Arts.
togiton, • cripple and. coward!" Atter
'ward, Arlatartma wile in prison, when
he sent for P octon to mum and acsltim
The latter's friends tried w dissuade-hi
f rom going, but Photon said: "Let me
alono, o good people. Where wouldno
rather wish to sp eak with Aitatogatin
than' in prison" " Alexander ITrOtt, to
the Athenians for a supply of shim, and
We orators opposing lt d the Senate asked
Pnocion his opinion. "1 *mot opirm o w
salt - he,-"that you should either have
the sharpest sword, or eine keep on term,'
with those who have."
THE PREUDENT LID TUB
SECRETARY OF WAR.
‘respofidence Between Tbelai
MR. ATANTON STILL AT HIS POST
The raki , :rineto the correct test or the
correspondenoe stitch recently pseud
Misch the President and Secretary of Wart
A - recants Sfaft•fon, Waskirfoloa, Awful 5,
tae:.--eir,Pubite eomtderatrona of a high
character constrain me to say that your ree
ls:Vol as escretaro r f y, War sa n t); ac.
di buoy or War.
-- - •
To which the Secretary replied as folloirc
War Department. August 5,1=..-tint: your
note of thts date ban been received, stating
that Imbilo oonehrerations of I blab char.
meter onnetraln yen to say that my.realgaa
tionas Secretary of War ilt' be an.
Cepted• reply, I boon tho w bOnor to
say that petite considerations of a
tdatteharaeter, which Rhino hare induced
ma to motion. at the head of this Depart-
Meat. Call•t2111% me not to resign the oflice
of Omiretary of War before the next
meeting or Congress.
g Very respecfully, your,
To eithe nd President . e EDWIN Srairros
'No frlyther Itetten Wu been taken . bp the
.I"teeldent, and the Secretary of War to.
meanest the Department Uantactlng
CHUM ON SHIPBOIRO.
BAD FOOD-BAD WATER-NO DOCTOR
-NO DEG STORE CN BOARD•
Twenty Passengers Murdered
Int Ts!amok setae riataLnga
Naar Tons, August
The report of the Committee of Commis-
Monona! Emigtatlene,relatlve to seventeen
deaths from cholera, aboard the Angriest
ship 11, Weep p liacearich, says the bread was
mouldy and Meg cr.ilug. There was neither
murar nor tom on board; We pedaloes were
Magicians in quality; the treatment of
thepassangers was met shocking, and the
great mortality among them was an conse
quence *Abed toed and Rater; there Rag
neither a doctor nor even • drag staiia
am MAY All these outrages rani onsedtlas
were committed to maw, alaw handrod dol
lars. The twenty managers who tains died
ma board Dave been murdered, the report
antes, by A. etranas a co., w
Antwerp. TO. surviving passengers have
bean informed_ of the legal remedy they
have *genet this Arm, for damages sus
tained. andthe dead theif.have, lost, and
several Davealready engaged conned.
EXCII:INGE OF PRISONERS.
Gen. Butler's. Report
ter Tel.grabb to the Pt Usbmm, Omen. t.
Neer Inez, August. 7.--Ttie mom.< Duff
Robes General Butler's report, •s- Comm!.
Mauer of tzebentle,,lming a poition of the
rebellion, from "'Mob it appears Mat to De
perober...lBo. itaneasurthereasembeste 9MP-
ends anxious to axed sago man Airman. but
the Confederate Government refitted to
trent witht: en. Butler on the ground that
he commanded negro troops. Notlecation.
to that effect was mint to our Gov.
ernmeet, which refugee' to adroit
the right of the Confederate author.
Mee to outlaw our <Oilers. Kt-chan
ge, continued until March, leGi. when Gen.
Batter had an latertiew with Cominission
er Geld, which convinced him that retell-
Mimi would nompel the rebels to abandon
their refusal to exchange colored toddlers.
The government, informed of these foots,
referred the matter to General Grant,
whoi in• April, directed lieuerel Buller
to eleellne, until otherwise ordered,
W fruitier nftotiatione, and chortle
after Instruct him to ;onside? 4the
determination of - the - rebels to Make
a Maim:Bon between white and cal
omel prisoners no rental on their part to
Spree he fartherh Gen.
mut also Instruct I
toced reco mure. ils all theß atter
and wounded the rebels aould give OP. bat
to lend DO more In exchange.. in 'August
the rebels offered to renew. the exchange,
man for team Gen. Grant thee telegraphed
the following Important order: - • -
It Is harden oar men to he held in simile
ern prisons and not to exchange them, tint
rE is humanity 10170.0 left In the oinks to
tight nor battles. Every man retaliate:l on
merole or otherwise becomes an notice
agitrut m at oneweltreetly or Indi
rectly. If we commence a eyetent -of ea
change Artilch liberate all Women
Caren. we will have to thelmon until the south'
la exterminated. If we held those caught,
they stuotmt, to no more than .dead men.
Al this particular time to release all rebel
prison. m north would insure Sher
mates d ef ea t , ' and would oomprocalse our
Mel/Ina et Seamier Ik Cs, T. Cslied
letates—The Army Worm its Jae Sea
[By Telegraph to the Phiabargh Gazette.)
Citastaerrow, August I.—The °mussel Of
Jed= Frasier & CO. have prepared a length,
answer to the bill of complaint Sled saatest
them by the Government In the United
Staten District Court. They deer the ails
raison that the Charleston firm were the
agents for the Confederate Government:or
the purpose sheged In the hill, and rest
their es. 119011 the pleadings made. by the
Liverpool Arm in England, and Oen the
settlement there agreed upon as a conclu
sion of the controversy. The Charleston
hones will move a dissolution of the in.
Janet rat restraining them from the use of
their property. The ease will probably be
heard by U. &Judge Dryers, now gluing In
Greenville. !Um. Jansen 11. Campbell witi
`A. J. ltaigrath are connect tor defend.
ants. It Is nadersbural lion. Caleb Cushing
will represent. the Governments The use
will probably go on appeal bete the U. B.
Supreme Court. - • -
The army worm has made Its appearance
among the octane On Advent of. the Sea
Islands betwicenhere and Savannah..
9UTRAGE BY INDIANS
Train Throws tress the ins* sod
Boma a—Teslie lass Sissghtered sad
• :Sit._. lots His
CRIOALIO, Award 7.A special front Otnabi
today, Nay. a freight train Oa the Unken
Feeble ligdirmul was thrown from the track
last night at Plum Croak Station to , tedium
The engineer. fireman and brakemen were
The meremoullte was Darned. It Is
also reported that three or four MOIL at tae
etetion were killed. • Tide outrage I. cup-
PO•ed to have been committed by "spotted
Tall's' , band. who hare been feeding at the
yobbo *roma* for some time. •
The steamer Silver Lake, arrived from
Fort Benton. wee bred Into by Indiana
forty ogle. ribose Fort Moe, and. one of the
Another dispatch says the InelLsns ea
Meted U2ll freight train near Plum Crook,
last nicht, and threw it from the treck
piling tiaa upon ins road, killed and sea m ed
seven train man set are to the train, es
titling. I , entire:ly, and threw the • slaught
ered bodice Dm the game..
FROM BALTIMOR E
Arrival at Atm Se= Darla—The Any
- Mae Deleaasion Ea Route v. mix.
Mg Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Geom.]
Darrtgoits, August 7—Yes.-Joe. Darla
arrived today from Charleston, and pro
ceeds to-morrow to Join her hoeteind to
Admiral Tegetbolf and tbe Austrian dele•
=to recover tee remains of Maxim.
tie here to-morrow for tnnetunatl;
.whore the', Mee toe steamboat for New Or.
lass, whams e an Austrian ship of war "el.o
Swindle by a rock racier.
Tetwouph to the tittiburgh Passive.]
gity4usize, August 7.—Yesers.',lqualirt
ton lb Armour, while shipping a quantity of
p e ek and LLid , yesuirdny, were sorprleed ►t
no leakage With the thermometer at SO.
Tee emetery was mind with an auger,
when the .barrele. were found to eaniatn
Send anlisalt. The Swindle was perpetrat
ed pp it pork packer last spring, whereby
he 'wafted some twenty thousand
turning WM arrested last night while re
trout 14 D/041/0.
Crops la Otue
py TNKnaG to toe rituberas Gaut WO
CLIIMMATI. An. 7.-:-Adyloor train the In,
tart= we Ivry un d triorlblefOr the vowing
crops, sad especiallycare, the roots Of
which had been tbrOfin . oi:tab/AO to the sot.
(tae. owing to Me canasta wet Weather to
Jolla and July. and now Tim the 'drought
comes it ls drying up at the most critical
=toothe It was teaselling. The late to.
wlll bo bad failure; the weather
continues dry and hot.
Dtasiler 'Wad Lou of MAI of Sea
tar Ealagrann to Os Elstobargh Gatedr•l
Bolton, Anli.E—Ttni bare Eva H.. Flak,
from New Y or Ir, bound tocadlz. put Inbar':
Lamm boon damaageed to a gale and Wasp
the mate, rook and 0120 seaman prorboaXd.
PITTSBURGH; THURSDAY, U q UST 8, 1861.
CBy Telegrap# to the Pltt.bargh Duette.,
final." mclaleitr. Yantratanr.
lirtattft, ingl2lli.—T4o adtmnd'ee•etoo of
the Parliament of the North German Con
fedenttlon srlll commence on the tith lnel.
In this city.
1141.11. I . ooCitticital ?et asrof at
flanixe.•ustist 7- , Erening. , -The Prussian
Government been licooree anxious for. the
Safety Of 'Mein Von Magnus, Min Liter reel•
dent at the Ciiy et Mexico.. At last'acconnts
the Mayon bad initoessitilly Intervened to.
save the life of Maximilian imd the hostility
of the Mexican leaders. Nodespatches from
him have been received foi a lima time. and
nothing is toown is to hit condition. The
Governmept has taken measures to meet
tom definitely whether the .ferret authorl.
tin tISVIS treated, tht Minister In a manner
contrary to the law of intim,.
A Prussian army trominiesloo, appointed
to tocitialne the tilimiseppt rite, the favorite
arm of the Freud/verde% utter subleettne
It to a series ot(pritaticai and scientific tails,
here repartee itolest its Adoption by the
l'ressLeat ti'ar Department-
ST . 1 . 041. RT. August 7—Eriniov.—A COT..
tion of the prominent member. of toe bib
end party of Southern Germany, held to
day, adorned resolnUons urging the south.
ern States at Germany to unite Mtn the
North German Confederation.
ili SIIIOSITIII RAO.
Limnos, ♦u¢. 7.—The 'emend day of tho
Brighton races was signalled by a naming
watch for the Brighton cup. It was won by
Sloulsey. Syndal was second and Lecturer
thIBI. Tbs. plenary stakes warn won 07
Coq. Persian second and Ulm:dilly third.
i,o;pox, -tacust •tcnmebtr st
Patrick, from Quebec, hax arrives.
FINANCIAL AND CONNERCIAI..
Loanoz, August 7—Noon.—Consol., 914,
jr“,...T.entina.l3!4; Minnie Contra!, 775dt
Erie, 16%1 A. Ana G. W.Borgo,
Arm; middling uplands, 11..%c; Orleans, 10 sia.
salmi today lAA balm Itread.tntr•—Corn
..Te OI for now tabula Vattern. Wheat Z.
100. Barley, not. and pen! al:lammed. Pro.
visions—Hawn advanced to 44e. Ace lira
Li. Pork =a. Produce—lptrita petrolaute
Fa...across. Augast 7.-61vning.—Lnited
States bonne, :N.
Mr Telegraph to mh Plusher= damns.)
Teleantoral Or liaclursalut PWANityk.
Nan Auguet 110,11cPs
to saYW The cortretary of War his retread
the President's, polite io,ltattion to retire
from othee. She Pfesidenpe note Is very
brief. only font Mum to length, and simply
elates that erase publui coudderations
constrain him to request Mr. Stanton'
resignation. Mr. Stanton's answer was
also rely brief,lnd intended to be sorme ,
and cutting. It is not decided what step
Mr. Johnson ortll next take, but I think he
will notify Mr, Stanton that he Is no longer
Saattary of Wax, Sad meet. vemte
with: After, the adionthment of tho Cabi
net meeting the President One closeted with
1,11 merethrtes until ten reek,ek theism.
i s = gel referenceee o t f o at e ntri;
removal hm -been th e & sorbing Sepia of
conversation today in •rilliT eras,. anti
there has been moth emaciation to (tern
hat will anext treneplre. Among proud•
sent oMmale It seems to be the general
opinion that the President haspower to re
move Mr. Stanton under the provulon of
the first section of the Munro of office 1,111.
Stantpla• kept , htinialt almostOompletely
stmt. op in his private adios today. It is
mid that Secrenuy Seward is not altogether
In favor of the President , . aexton la tido
matter, Ind that he tmd - Therlow Wend are
about to attire to save Stamina's hand again.
kienrago when there were lieriOns thoughts
dole:norms Stanton. Weed and Itaymond , e
influence, coupled with, Seward's entreeti es,
Ind need the President to abandon the idea.
tSIXV a tatUV . fil* n n g l eti nC t 446.- iffr
hiestolthalt the Prei
dent. In oteroon
telly every way,
and teentitht film repeatedly itt hoe *Mast
Intercourse. The Preelstat is claimed,
h determined tole/ I,tso -tenger,
and bee po yrie t his 4 01.
satiated thalliecar o % #'t
Milne phrase/Ye ,
to Tr ,
their Manes ger
odic° of the It ;
tgat r Ziff
Site, and oh'
. Cabinet am •
. - -
I.6=l , lent
to that effect. It Is probini7, s ,..
neither of those statementi%.
after consulting with the FreslL - P.,
known he wtill oerslets In his
remoTe btuirtilisi- Grant Orothat
V~ .. r. ..~ ..
asgagell , rt taw Attlee at ' Meat Da'
menu, whlob osonot bo totorfered
Irltnout detriment to the public en, toe.
Rumor connect+. the fact that kteettlent
Johnson has uderrsphe4 to pereon to lien.
hoomeam Mentos blot 'to Waehlegton,
with the removal Of Gencral rherldno. and
It I. sontreated he to to be unharmed to the
CV aanisnros, Atigtut
• :moue Tares La •
TIM et:oratory of. the Interior has deci
ded, in reapormetoappilontliniz, not to Oil.
thorise the sale of the residue of the trust
lands in Sansairvhot to &welt the action of
the tinate cm tlief treaties before it, which
provide tot the diaposlticni of the lends In a
dLgerent sway. •
ant ' rrIVVrVt I VeV, ran; Va t
Bate Course. tear Washlgton, the nth
of October. The pretalust lists In market
and medial attOent to twenty thousand
Dr. l'rederlok Wooeter Owen, chief t.lera
of the Proedaten•eßoreeo, bee reeleuett, to.
take etreet an thelSch taslaat.
The meant , . of Internal revel:l'oe umlay
were late than nen • telnlOn.
that harem - tor tratease tel eompateal by
the glorloot mote meant traveled, mileage
tO be yam by the Whom routes far ,four
nays to and tfOin Statloteroreet of the hocay
, Mountales, then either Of theies.routof
, deolgoatea to the Ostler for the Jobrney.
C111:10/.../ vo rettairseal :rearm:Toes.
Secretary McCulloch banal • el reeler DO
[hying local inspector, of steamboats that
they are required, under the inspection
leoa =Mt eltet7 year to inepect the hull,
boilers, machineryand repapenont, of each
steamer belonging to their district, And to
approve of the same before granting math
neat.: Thu inspection Includes the looked
safety valve as well as other curtly:made.
o.ollJan 10.0.1011.20. 001/IS.'7 ,
/trivet MAJor Ginseril A. Baba, Analainn t
In.pector Gelsersl.l.l an•no rod
done. In th e Lprpartoltnt at' the Laken.
FROM NEW YORK
A [ll6lor is current. with the appearance
of credibility, that the body of the man
found in the river a fortnight ago, with a
bullet hole through his howl. hat proved to
be that of a British detective, who had been
shot by mune Fenian, whose movements he
It i understood the ooldrOlor the MO ph
ma branch of the Fenian Brotherhood ,s to
be tendered to John Savage. The ltobarm
Convention will be held at Cleveland about
the 3d Or September.
TeIIOW !ever Altai!Mot Nettles—
pipsolsh (belle Ishtar Alarmed.
Telegnipb to th, Yhttetirph llasette.)
Sew YORE, About 7.—The rteamer Bien
ro Camila totem Llayazis advice. to the ad:
The yellow fever ergs beetle:zit to ettaok
The npanigh ship T. A. V., to the Coolie
trade took 'lre and was burned. to the
watet 4 a edge at Havana.
roar Sew', Dakota Territory, 'lcily 24.
The Indian Oommissom to visit the ortb•
west Indian uf which general bony
L President, la now on lu way by land down
the illosoarinver, en route to iyethoitton.
They expect:, to reach l there before the diet
of negternber. •
- Febbis NOOUSir iw Mew Jenny
f tl7 Teleelsett to the Pittetrorch gazette.)
Tazwrow. ,AUStleit 7.—At a largo Femine
McWilliams and Tan Eganmsi7o addreaaes,
In which It waa vaspbaUgailly denied Unit
President Roberta is now, or over ban been,
in laaava wild tho ftwoniseens of
Viirsire Oil Bellinery Burned
Mr Telegraph to the rlstabureb Onuses.]
CA " . • 00 ( AngtLit 7.—Fairbank, Peck .t
Co.'s oil tannery was destroyed by. Aro this
morning. Loss on - building stock.
513 0 ,i:? 3 ; ' , mused fotgle3,ooo.
. . Moor
Telegraph to the Pittsburgh ussette.t
Lol7llv6ax, Aug. 7.—The Wirer le rising,
with Wee het teursstatteg In the thutsS,
FOUR-O'OLOOK. A. M.
THE SURRATT CASE.
Charge of Judge 'Eishci
THE CASE GORE TO THE JURY.
WAIT' YO FOR i'WE VERDO.M.
Wasettarratg, August led.
hi the be rratt ease te.4,1, lifter lioiXe dle•
ea.stoti upon Immaterial itofitte, Judge
nailer charged the Pry lit pueitth conclud
ing eke follows:
Trani thh Observello4 *Melt I... Monad.
drerseti to yoU;you Snit ntfer.
Pnoir, That a cousinrser formed le . time
of Isar to Lase thu 1116 Of,Sho President and
N President or the P.ripublie, nsid the
heads of the Executive Depututents, for
the purpose or ste rn a' . 015 enemies of the
Federal dovernesent, bytihrotting It into
anarchy loud coatis:don t ihvresson, Bel,
sus 0.1141 hurtful to too people of this One.•
try en compassing th e deSth of the tang or
Queue of tirussilrlienl i 100 suldeCte of
iielna.l,i'lett even — p.. 4 engaged In
each conspiracy; a long aklie clintingea 0
mamba Of It, lit reaptipaiDle, nOl. 004 lb ,
the net of treason, but: Weeny. murder or
lent crime which may hot from It. •
taint, That the thrveretnent may Weir.
the charge of treaeon veinal my or all Of
the conspirator% aullitheneu against them
for the entailer crime of Manley, inclnded
An the greater crime of treas On.
Flonelli. That under an I ntlictmetti fete
mentor resulting from the prosecelnlin of
sorb conspiracy, eviranoe of the entire
entries of coneulracy may be maddened in
estimating the hamar. Character of the
etrence labile the ladicanterit
P.M, That It wait not lancessery to aver
In tne indlethient the hit that Abraham
Lincont, the victim of mirder. MM, at the
time or its Commission. President of the
/;tilted States, or to prat, 14 In order to
allow the jury to take Ott Malta° account
In determining the hearth. character of the
orimnot bang &hotel Whiehthe goat will
wk. Juanita eognimuthe..
N‘sta, That he who dept/. acts ymother,
does It by am self, and Id respaniltile for its
camequencee, ha cricrilny MI well on n
Vera That elthongLan etai.. when
clearly ettablished, form , a.. opuiptete mit
tntei•werelele defeat% In atm.@ from
he Inamealintoscene ot a ctlona. resulting
from en:mole-say norepeuted of and aban
doned be the party. wLII pot avail Ulm. If
he sere et tonic other
performing hl e part In too a teeoeeptrayhal.
• Llyagh. That telt plea Is, haloes clearly
meal out, stingys regard w ith tuatimon,
and' it' otraumeta.. Wag • against
him who attempted It, wait implies en
edmindon of the truth orate tact. alleged
legatiatt him and the cartmthess of We
afore ems drawn from tapir
:Antla, That the flight &OM the scene of
crime, the fabrication of sose accounts, the
concealment of Instruments of violence,
are elterimatances Ind Mugu gait.
Date, although a contagion tri the *light
est degree tainted with.. prOmito Of laver.
or by unmet or fear, la soaedecatted es eel.
dance against him who makes It. yet Unlade
'freely toil voluntarily is'tme of the serest
proofs of gent
Ali to the credibility of the witnesses yen'
too to be the excialve .jedges.' Yon .ebe
them Inc. to face. Yon ktan• whether they
are confirmed or nusupportod, or contra
dicted by 01Por whammed meat, Or Other
clreumstanoes. You are . .to lodge whether
their testimony has beet Impeached, and
consider every matteraltila will shied any
tight es to what hat been Iguthfully or faso
. 17 nebowel by my wheels. Yon will ale•
mp..and carefully weigh
otol consider all t.N
he tesiginony to the mule
on both tides. Yon will dlaregard or re-
J ett the. testimony Of w i th ewn mks.
be aut ham 500 Igo De onworthe
of pure elldeene.rrY r of /de want of
character, ler truth, his cOntrailictlng lam •
self or Italy contralleted by others of bet
tercredit, or by dlammely of purpose
minithated by as omelette and mama In
testifying before yon. ' • •
Di cOoclooloo, VW will take the cue with
the honed plar,geti to 40 Jail. to the
Vatted end. and thedefencant, bearing in
and that It is the °face eclat law to Nauru
th open tehrocnt of the aunty and protection
of the Muotent. If holux 11. Surma..
In_thennentitami tnecillintatetarrvieskin of
your Judgment 'OO4 emleolences,' Is not
guilty, to pronounce by your verdict, thus
giving a team of assurance that &coarser
Ditties it the asylum of thnocenra. art the
mintrary. II guilty, pronOttnoo aim guilty,
tall by peer t'otatet. fttrobilk ItgOlittlatOO to
the awaited victimiser gall. ann • teal
monist to the °ovary sed world that the
District of Vol amble. set apart by the Con
siltation of We United Statute S. a theatre
for the «scrota& of federal power, glen ju
dicial guanantles manila to the protection
, f the permna of public servants, Mamie
slOnsit by the people of the nation lode
lit work.esfe and *acme from the pren.
of unparilehed 'astiaselns Itittall ILS
~A .:Jury retired to their room. at twenty
l 'as:. mtheit..be fore twelve o'clOc.
, warnat Mt TVS TOILDICT.
.0*"4::* 7. al. Judge Slitter relation.. • '
noon are flying that the jay lanais 10
The prisoner was Jaime • from the
• dm at Ca • .
Judge Fisher returned st.G9O. but as no-,
plug bed been beard from the Jun be sub•
quentle left between Mooned ten o'eloek.
~SOlng was brought Into t h e Court. House
I - not e few sty nut asleep. Tuo ruin, la
with o nr lew AU,IOIIK the
peetators remaining were halt a dozen
lAt ton O'clock Judge Fisher again took his
ancrAttion upon the beech, and wen informed
,bv .one of the bailiffs that there *as no
prospect of tbe,lory agreeing.
The Judge stated be would go home. Ho
wonla not order recess, but It was , under
stood be would not bo hen to receive the
verdict until to-morrow Marring. 30m0 Of
the Jurors are comfortably disposal On pal
lets and other. strivuor In convince each
other to their 111611116
FROM - TENNESSEE.
1111111ary Millhdraero— by
.ed—llroetullear'e MaJorge: 40,000. .
(MI Telegrapb to the Clrobareh ilarame.)
Amnesl.7.—The- mlLLtary . Were
ttabdrawn frmu Fratalellti to GaT.
At charkaralp tee nut...N:l • night, rn.‘
Militate way allot dean or • young bar
keeper who recently killed: Nick Carney,
. lan guerrilla. •
Urt Sunday the mate of the steamer J. L.
Graham was shot atilt killed In ► Quilenity
with a young than In Clarksville.
The toll reterns an!, not yet In. Brown.
.low's majority will he over to,c,v.
FROM NEW ORLEANS
The Mew tier bletreewunist—lts lot.
glittery Acta Esealaregtog.
sate TelegraPlt to tie Plttsborga thsetts..l
"Kew 0 tttttt , Anima 7.—The Picayune
says the drat set or the new City Council is
enoonreging. A resolution has been sent
to the Piaume COMUuttee adopting and
legalising all outstanding city lemmas on
an equal footing sad pledging Connell to
arrest further:Vane and. do ell in their
power to relieve the etroulatlOn.
August 7.—Jtigge Under
wood him granted an Isdnnetion against
thu Junco ILlvor and Kanawha Canal Com.
pony to show cruise why it sitonin not be de-
Marna insolvent. Two action WAIA • oa. this
;union' of Omega llhatoca, United States
Commissioner, who represents aboat a
quarter million doUars of credits, ' •
rbe Estebade Lester Concernling
elsoers Prossoussesd n Foncl.7.
(By Talegnph to the riltaboirgh Gentled
Nine razz, Auguat 7.—Goneral
nal, to a letter Oaten Matamoras, July 47th,
to Corona General Naval.% Drouonuens the
mount .Cl eaeage. letter swot (wenn:tem,
attrlbutal to BeeObedo, a forgery.
pry TetegianiCto the tlttaeurin galeLW
&matrons.: August 7.—The ratta opened
to-day wttp a brilliant proelect- The lint
moo for the Traverse Stales, Soo and three.
fourth Mile, wad won by Malden, the ber-
Ington Colt being emend, and. Derrourey
In the second race, two tulle lentil, for all
ages. tour hones alerted, namely • Fleet
mg, Flora. Mclver, Connelly and * lnert.
me., metering won the lint and, third
beide, and Mira Mclver the second beat.
Time 3.143:41, and SAL Morrherry wed dis
tanced in the second bust.
Mb.l HI. IWII9 by 11110114.
fay Telegraph to the flueberat Ussette•3
araarnm. Aognet man 11191011
Wood, keeper of the Nary Yard boarding
house, while attotneting to shoot ono
Ilanall test night. sbotbL wife through the
heart. Ho was arroeted and la ann lor Jell.
CUT Telerraph to the rlttsborok tl&sett ]
T. ma:6Mo., Augnot 7—Th6lnd:on Coln
mundonnte azoluMd reporter' at their
visoutor ut4.7 and clothing la therefore
known of their proceedings
seredne Cutter Sold. • -
thy Teiesssehse the rttlaborgh UCtatte.l
Itoerntr, AVMISt 7 —The revenue cutter
Pawtucket was sold st stemless to-ray ibe
121.1Z0 to psitles In this city, and will be als•
listened to Chit. •
Title Amicably Settled.
(h. Toissrset, to the Pittsburgh Umette.l
I.lcOnsooa, lowa, Aut 7.—The gal
coutroYesSY lecoltiog the gus title to lan le d in
tuts city Les been atoleably settled,
Henderson's Vanelauktidre.—.lL certain
cur. for Diarrhea, 'Cramp in tho Btomsch
or Bowels, Cholera Morbas, aa, 'Contains
nothing Irritating or Warms to stio stem,
nob 11111 0 orit P cri t i 1 4 1 1 4 11 1 Te I k t 'V t e n r i y hund
ready torlmmeglata use: hold Py all drug
Cold 111parldless NodsAeleter at S. T.
Sereple'ellreg Store No. :8 TirUrea, street,
frOt . l'AUE.—Thafullud. and most relio•
t lx dluftrv, VU and Produee Market Rem*
ult-ro op luny roper in Ott pallt.dit
on our ?bora bug,
tolled !Italie. Conet,
Ilufuta Bon. Wilson IfcCandle., -
This Conn met Wcanesdoy morrltog •t
on motion of IC.II. Pattersoo, itsja, lb.
matter of U C
m petition of John . Moorhead,
of Ligonier, Westmoreland county, for a.ll.
Judleallon in bankropteir.an lop:motin was
allowpri ngainst Ilia Sheriff of Wea n : nor.
land county. and Robert Stouffer end A. A.
Johnston, plaintiffs in useontion, restrain
ing Minn from nnittng goOda 'of pnUtioner.
• case numesum. - • . •
The wso of the 'United States vs. Hugh
tiered& it W 1 timemed. Defendant was
indicted for travying od tho bintiness of a
disttllet 1.13 Armstrong Oettnty, vtithoni
vowing the license or special MI renalrect
by law. The taet.nn neared that dor oediDa
sok d istliting and 3150 tg . tl;benad net paid Li
toe tOf Sigh reneirqd not of Congrms.
Out 1; appeared th at hatatitt mainly
amen from tank Of end try Or raltnli
standing of &heir duties by the Government
agent}. Attlee, Boggs, I.mi, of Armstrong
torintyrornmvvl ! on behalt of the defend.
arit,•and District Attoriiiiy Carnehan Settee
Government. Teo jou Mondver.:ict of
not guilty, and tirtendant. ass dieptarged.
- • AfrOTlOrtt SIIStILLICIIT CA.; .
Tholiext case taken up (of a civil nal etc)
anig that of the United 'states vs. twenty
barrels of whisky, the distillery In which
it tons ntnineetercd, lot of ground, to.
with inachinery, In Prothers
Valley township, Somerset county, ....I
ity Denial Caniesi This was a pronee , ling to
rein-41nel tor thewandesonatlpn of property
for alleged violation of the Internal Bova
nue law. Tao ilhet sot feign that Ifr.Garai•
win the owner Of the distillery, and that he
bad not compile: with tile law to different
respects, such as providing a Nimrod ware
house; , slung Ltiond,• payment of tali 80.-
An answer was g pet in denin the 'MEWL
-1.101:1 contains,' in Illslibe y l., and henee, a
ria jury !t w e o r i " Of o ees t =retr th . ,e l, " a ' n ' :l .
A. Cerro:Kb, of Homeract; appeared for
the Clarendon', S. District Attorney Car.
nation representing the Lolled SLIMS. The
ease wee on trial at adiournnieni.
MVP:TaaI,. Wain. en.
The Grand Jury at Its. Nato., o'clock,
retnnied the following true butte
Meld Al'Oraelten. tire...county, first,
setting up a distllletT witheet gulag no
ttort to the ...sour. end *hulloing e l per
mit from' the • Coliectori second, making
wI isky and neglecting end refusing ni t irty
rho revenue duty of two dollars en a mt.
Jobs Tionesta Dream ariete, firs set.
Mug up a distillerywithout giving notice
to the Assessor and ohtelninda permit mm
the Collector; peened, making whisky and'
neglecting to pay the tax of two dollars per
Dr. JaMeti W. Robinson, of Fulton oat sty,
wag similarly Indicted; ohm for removing
whisky from distillery not to bonded wore.
William Johnston, .01 Blair musty for
havg In lio.thellori coriter f en. fro anal
currency and puling the name. • . 1
David McCracken. Omen. teuity, C
trig On ball nem. sea distiller Of spirits and
not giving bond, and not providing tiered
David McCracken, Greene a ll MITT.
ins on the initinelttnt a dictates wiliglat I
haring paid the special tag. i
- J. 6. Cone, ltenselaer ltedgely and 4 um
county, makg a nn- 1
turfed, brand and plate and using the ,
Mlles Mellott, Talton comity, corryln on
a distillery without notice, An. end
=skins whisky and refining to Spy the
Miles Mellott, thrrying on 'tiredness! f a
distiller without license.
George Hooch. tireene adman Settle up 1
a dlititiacy without notice, du, and ma Wg
whisky without paying the tax.
John glanouran, Greene county tarrying
on the beanos of a dlstillcr without flay-
' ins special tax.
false Pretence. r
Yrom the number of prosecutions _ for
1 false prettucts,'lL would seem that On& alt
Me community wore ciptinually Ito big
uponthe other half by false audlraud eat
representations. Not a few of these stai r
however, are merely traps for the
of extorting money from' delionnent debt- 1
Ora and many ethers aro entertainod by I
I rossistrates airmen the instioninte Moil
frequently base statements of prosecutors,
1 and in all such the officer before whom
'the iniormanno is maite shou'd have no,
' heed...ley In dismissing the eats at the '
cost of the prosthut is ors. . 1
I Tame pretence defined by the act of '
assembly to be ownore• swag hy tals&-asul-i
fraudulent. representhtlatorobtallis 011esey ',
or goods," and the felts raorcientAtlons '
1 meat be each ass. galatioted to detests
• Kn. of ordinary caution. 'ha meramillior I
of a naked Ile beteg insullielent to sus.. 1
the salmi. And further'. thOugh - a roan
makes have representations. such MI are
colculst.l to deceive. qui thereby .obtalus I
' =only Or goal., or obtains predit to Lay .
way, and afterwards oboes a dP9OSition to I
liquidate the debt. on notion sail not Its. i
TisoTatse representations must boatiamica. :
Died twat, evident Intention to defraud. 1
A hearing woo had 'adore Alderman Doe-
Mason yesterday Ina cue where, nerhaho, i
the prosecutor had &MUM'S for making the
tnformstlon, yet bad he stated the whole
case to the mthlstratO It would not hove ,
been entertalussl, and ho would thereby
have eased several dollars, as the cone was
dtliantandl at his moat_ The facie in the ease
are as follows: - Iran id Acor, us agent fir has 1
brother, told to 'William thspatrick, a
wagon, for Witch he cr►e to psy the aim of 1
1 lorty dollen.. At the tome of the transom
tloo Fitzpatrick reproscoted that hemmed
the house in which De 'toms resided, In the
I Ninth ward, rod Acor deeming-this tiein .
1 cletit Teatrlty let him hove the lessen. Will.
was to be paid for at theconrcolenee of the !
I poreti.er.Titspaulek having nO intim- I
[inn whatever to defraud his creditor, had !
paid two Instalments on the wagon, 1
amounting to twelve dollars, and evidently
intended to pay the balance q soots so par. 1
I mine. A few says sloes Anor called on him !
i for the balm.° or the purchase money. oud
was offered four dollars, Fitspatiick stating i
that oo r
w all the money he had. This he !
refused recelve, eans that he would
i have It all or none. Not boring the moot,,
and feeling a desire AO , mato ,err "aura
I Fttscsitricktold biro to takethe wagoaand
Ihe would allow him all dollars for the eve ,
of it. This won also afered nod an Infer. 1
I motion was Made before Aldernotm e tionald.
son, by AMC . afadnift rliapaulek, ara tag '
; hint with obtaining goods Cinder false. pre- !
1 tense. A warnint was Issued upon which !
I Le was arrested. on Tuesday and in dcfantt :
of tell woo committed tojall fora hearing..
which was had at four o'clock yesterday,
I when upon . Investigation ef the ease, the
I above foots were brought to lhcbt. Tint Al.
I derman very property dismissed the Case
at the tout of the prosecutor and dlsoharged
Macaques. This is only-one instant.,
and we have not the least doubt that •
majority of the cases tor folso pre.
Leona err so destitute of foundation as
i the onerulatal. proof of whine to afforded
' an the very limited number Kitsch teach th e
Them is material la the , above - rase
for soother prosecution, and Aoor
will be lucky 11 he espes befog: held an.
11 - aerobia for false. impricasonment., S eine
also true, we may add, that Seine
tringtStratne nOt nufrequently allow them
selves to be nod by prosecutors In false
pretense eases, the
dodge serving the pure.. of.frightening
debtors foto .payment of ollirus against
them, particularly after hating had •
taste of Imprisonment, the magistrates
-"oorering Oak tracks' , dismissing the
cane on second hearing, and the per tentage
received tor their service casing their eon.
science of compunctions at misdemeanor.
Mega. ,Velebrattoo at, Vales Park.
ThemdebraUon of or:ManelPation Pay",
by the colored °Blume of Allegheny and
rleitiltY, Which was to hare taken plea, on
Angus!, let, and which was postponed on
acooont of the weather; came off yeatorday
and was a perfect sursoes. At an °arty boor
In the afternoon a large concourse of people,
both while and black, bad congregated in
Union Park. Allegheny city, and alter an
eloquent and touablog prayer by a colored
minister, the "Star spangled Thinner" was
played by in excellent - brass band, which
was followed by several places of rood mu
sic. At the conclusion of thin Mt of the
mnemonics a meeting wan organism! by
milllng Mr. Ndwaid Parker to the chair.
who, Ina brief and appropriate speech. in
troduced the Orator Of the dey, Prof. b. A.
Neale: ThalProfessor entertained the loan
ing for over an bone. with an eloquent and
forcible addroaa tUe anbject, wTna
Mem end Improvement 'of the (Colored
Itai.,“ Was handled le an able manner, and
wail 'tenoned to with marked attention.
The Tournament, a special feature MUM
occasion, was. a grand some'. Pilteen
height*, Marshaled by Mr. Geo Lovett.;
Jacob Wearer and Allen William', took the
held at three o'clock. and after a severe cem
teat the honor ot crowning the (moon and
Heide ot Honor fell upon Mr. James Smith,
Knight of Baltimore, .0o prevented the
White Wreath to the 0111000, Miss Single
11111. Mr. John non, Kulghtof Boston the
second victor. crowned, all neat Maid of
Honor, Illsa Kelly Permit Mr: Gyros Ball,
.Knight of Sumbenvdie, the third rletor,se
leoted Mum Laura Lovett as Second Maid of
Honor, and Mr.., oseph Murree, Knight of
the Porter, selected Idles Jennie Lovett as
Third Maid of Honor. Tbo Jddgen were
Messrs. Wm. Lovett, l.'hillpe, and Wm. PO.
8. A. Neale, performed the Coronation
aeremontes. At night a Testiest was held
In Davis. Ilan, Water street. winch will sou
tinue Thursday and Friday eeentnas.
Mach credit le doe to tho Uncut - a Greys
sad their CILTIIIIIO t J caul W. Jenktns, forme
efforts mule to alve .dal to the celebration;
awl the soldierly conduct which marked
Terrible Boiler itephtelosst Washes
httri. Pek—lkott 13eet Kllletlmsd /m
Ity n special dlepatoh received through the
oourtosy of the Pacific and AUmitic Tele
graph Company, we hear of &fearful boiler
ezploelan wirlen took pleas yestenhty alter.
noon at ono o'clock '
at Waynesburg, Ps. As
men wore engaged in getting op steam at
the Iron foundry of Mr. Daniel Owen, the
bolter exploded, blowlog out both ends.
Mr. Owen, the proprietor, was thrown indite
tattoo of twenty•llre feet, and ht atltlitiOn to
torten. bruises rocorred was badly scalded.
Hie Injuries ere not of a necessarily fatal
chummier. A 00000 Marl named Meehan.,
eon of 0110000 /1.11:114111/t, E. 14.. IVY violently
thrown simnet a fence soma JO:IN:lye feet
distant. Ills. skull was fractured and arm
and leg broken. Ills injuries are of a taut
character. ho other person was Injured by
the ezploalon, although many Made very
narrow main. Tim bedding wee Ortnald-•
erably damaged. The cause. of the explo
sion Is Imp/awed tO have been from lack of
water In tee holler. •
We maritally call tail attention of Our
readers to tan advertisement of the Alle•
aneay Groom and Provlllon Company.
Delays In tall Me are very dangerous.
PRICE THREE CENTS
• -. A gagman ragjeltg Nee:
glee mode In formatiml before I
Alderman Donaldson, yesterday, 'egalnst
Jam. Gorman, charging him with owlet - Y. i•
The prosecutor alleles that several aeys
since the defendant mot hn worn On a
edritnir,” that, they made a, bet, and not i
haying any =May Khoo t him Ito went home
to got his welch to put no as •a forfeit.
"MOO he returned to the place with, he
had left the defendant, *bleb was In a boor
saloon In the Fifth ward, there were sev
eral where .presitMt, end Ville talking
the Metter Othr some one tools his watch..
Ito mewed (lcornsta with taking tilt, watch, i
but ho denied having seen It, and Offered 10
go before a Magiltrate and swear that ho
kneW nothing &bent It. , Tills propoettion, !
which wai Made Were' days litter Oita (
watch wee Miran, win ....VV./. and tor- 1
Man went before Alderman lYnnaldson.and
attar being placed upon hie rear dire stated
that he had not Seen thewatch MO
knew nothing concerning rte dhalaPeor
thee. thibeetriont to Ohio nice learn•
ad the , Gorman had said In the pros
once of seteral perstme, on the day
fonewing the dleappearanee of toe
atch, that, he .Ithew KU about the edam, t
end that If lilee would wait two or three
11. *mild get_hla waten.wnereuPOn he I
;sae the liflrtaattan, Upon Which a war.
rant was leaned, tra, - ./spamod arthabal. and, i
defeat , of m e lt ed o ar
rattled tojell, a bearing 672 beturday
' todr recluse. There May be V dncieut ,
°Triunes In liar emu to Justify the aCtit;,7 0 ,
the magistrate, but tre fail to see them.
Perjury, at common law, in denied to be
" the Mimic of a false oath, by min
who, haling lawfully foram by a competent
Wort to iteisnat, the truth in any Jac/feat
prom:ding, swears absolutely falsely 10 a
matter m a terial to the point Inquestion,
whether he belleval or not e This was
at common ley: and so It Is by the
otnelltoa Of Penney' vat; la. Under tit/inborn
ein:anion we fall to aeo,th the fthts of tuts
005, Nuffletent grounds (or detention.
Tim oath vom not taken In any Judiciel
proceeding, hat W. Merely voluntary on
she part of [ ho deportee t, cmdthough be may
nollry_of moral perjury, be has commit
led, no olgento hy whlett the laws of Penn
hoe. arry other etete in the Unloui
have been vlolated, There la still another
reason why he should not be held, oven ad
mitting the proceedtatta to ho ce.)adthiol
character. Thera le not s. particle of cal.
deuce that perjury was °emulated, and
the only grOund tor lite &mot was that he
had said Otte thing and giver° ior mother.
The proeecutor does not allege Di Ms Infer.
mitten that the defendant knowprove anything
about the watch, but expects to tha
by the parties to whom CiOrlnan had previ
ously admlttod the tact. Under eimum
stances of Gas kind ono-half the. men who
are put mime the witness eland might-be
proaecuted fog perjury with the same pro.
AeeldeolS by LS'lnning.
Accident. by lightning are of more fro.
orient occurrence thah moat people-cop
ra,- Of the octant esenalties from' this
cause we recall the following:
April loth an Irma teak belOoging to tho
larrtew 011 Cordpany, above bliarpsburg.
was struck, resulting' to the destruorlon of
a large quantity nof oll• and much other
property. During the roam stony a deal.
hog home at the corner of Pena and Pitt
atroetsylres struck. •
April Mth, Noon Armstrong, of I'err7.
township. Payette County. P., was killed
by lightning. as was,ato his cousin, bury
Armstrong, near Coo kstown. • -
May GM, the barn of Alexander Green, of
West Pmdley township, Washington roan
tyklr, struck and burned to the ground.
, tow warehouse of IL B. Archer,
In Brooklyn, Now York, was Arcing and con.
stoned, making a loss or three hundred
thousand dollars. in the seine dorm the
redden. of Madam Jame!, on 11l fleet
street, New lurk. was streak, Waring the
MA; the barn of James*Thompson
near Middietown. Washington county, Pa.
wen Week And destroyed. together with ,
the grain and farming machines therein.
ding. liaperfly, At Erie,
ectly p end at
roNetected b w Brigh y ton.
Ps-, beti iron
rods, sore struck and werlouslyiniured or
Near Altoona, the rosidenCe of Mfrs. !te
nths was struck and two of her daughters
The Catholic Chstrets FortYUrth Umet ,
New lock, was enrset on the lull of June
and to eariously interred Chet it will have to
be takers down. '
MaySthe dwelling of Mr. Inaanteas,
near . as tri•
I litanflir ng Otte little girl and serlonely
JuneVili, Lensing tell on the buthlitlia
the Pair Groan. at Springbeid, :Cur
Tort; &wenn hundred persons were stun.
ned. and in other pane of the grounds vat
; risen, stook was killed.
April Site, A dent/Ma at Jeuittgity. CL.
wu street and a lad muted PonnellY in
tette, oppoidte Shausebrugh, tide county.
t eat Units by lightning and Considerably
Lau last south] the barn of Lewis Moth,
tn Sranklin township, Heller county, nu
i streak and burned, together with his crop of
Inkunst of last year nO leis than five
persona were killed by lightning at differ
. set points near Whoelingf Weal 1 intinis,
I during the prevalence Of nebula storm. In
j the same storm the floe ban of W. D. Hose
wasdrUoyed by lightning; it um 2 lied
withgram and agricultural implements.
I These are bet a few of the lecent casual.
tics. Crary nelithbornood has its list of
lightning accidents, In slew oft/Use facts,
the undersigned again cell penile attention
to the =eriu of the lilidlsork , s Copper Tann.
lar Lfshttilos Hod, with epind flanges. We
On c e been eultitinal In the manunicture and
erectien of this conductor for nutty a
(loran year, post, and claim for it superior
power to any rod Weer invented. It pos
se:urn a capacity twenty tamp greater than
the common Iron rod and is equal CO o eedd
bar of copper an Inch and a half think. Tit,
on 01 ultras the ausnefectrirera,
Hum eerie Way, Pittsburgh, l'a.
We remarry poblishal a brief telegram'
from Paris, announcing the award to
Messrs. Wheeler 4. Wilson of the highest
premium, gold model. over eighty-tiro
competitors, for the perfection 61 their
enema machines, The following are copies
of the oMelsl documents confirming the
• . /C
No. 139 Repent Street. 1.011
Dian atai Replying to your inquiry. I
My to nate that the only Gold IfOlal for
the manufacture and perfection of Setting
Machines and Button-hole Machines, yr.
awarded to Messrs. Wheeler .t. W11;011. of
Mew York. ' yours, regretfully,
Raney I. Q. IPAMenr.
Member of International Jury's.' reporter
/notate. letter of the Name date
Dann 91st He! AMY to your I.quim
herewith glveyou the Mt of gold modals
anomie,' In my class •
Wheeler 2 Wilmo t Nen- 'lock.. for the
• annfactrae and perfection of their See log
=blues and Hutton-holeileclainee.
There la. also, m the Ilatof cowperuion,
Gold medal granted to Mr. Ell. Llown.le.,
pmmumr. ae Pronoteur of the newlng
&Me. EmEnlettolly, yours,
/I.3tv F.l). D , Amost.
.1 1 ? ` , ` ,417 ,
Extraet from Le lfoollteur Other., um.
end Journal of the French Smoke:
"the wheelers wuwa comvanr, Of New
York. manufacturers of American Bening
ihechtheo, hove into received the geld mele e }
at the Exposition thilverselle, far the good
construct on of their machines; the now
Movoment for making button • holm, MlOll
- to their sewing I...ebbe.; also, for
their machine espeoWly for making button
holes. This award la accorded for the great
develoent that Messrs. Wheeler
son have pm girth to the sewing machine in.
dostry, In bringing their combines to the
doors of ell, by their cheapness and solid
construction, which allows :their employ
ment With sattifactiOn In forobles,and with
great advantage in WOrk.rooms."—ths
Ihrlsles's Seminars for Tomos Ls-
Onr readers will be plumed to hoer that
thin model uminary for the education of '
Young ladies will be-thrown open for tile
reception of scholar on the eta proximo,
under new and 'favorable empires. .11-
though the Mends of education wore loth
to part with IL 01. Twilibig end Ids excel.
lent holy, who heretofore conducted the
Seminary, still they will rod folly owan..
Pommel in the feet that Mr. U. W. Bingham
and Ws gifted lads, together with several
talented inialgtents, are to sesame charge of
the echooL W. Bingham is it graduate of
Dartgooath College, a gentleman of deep
learning and ecoomplishments, and an In.
etruator of experkmce and decided ability:
Ho wife 10 equidly capable, being • grads,.
ate of a well known Stew Nagland College,
end having hail summand training
The melstants are ladles of cal
tors end knowledge t and altogether the
emelt, will oommend Weir 10 the highest
terms to those havingdaughters 'to educate.
The Seminary rooms, in the south- end of
the Seernid United Presbyterian church
Oppolite the Court louse, Dia
mond street. nave been thoroughly refitted
arid renovated, and in point of neatos.
comfort and convenienee are folly equal to
Th em e
of sny Acadiony la this nelgigorhood.
The Berge chapel of the church has been
aided to the clam moms and ample scram.
modations for an bevelled number of pw
plis have been afforded. The scholars will'
here revolve • therotilth and liberal educe..
Don, Mid will at the same time be norround,
ad with such Quinlan induen 'es as will
Drage highly benencill to etreng thening
their moral character. Physical develop
ment will not be neglected, se one Of the
nuistant lady teachers Is • graduate of the
celebrated Dr. Die Limb., and will devote a.
Donlon of her time to the Calisthenic Da
Pertt, in which pupils will practice tn
the science to promote etrength and grace
ful movement. See advertisement in
Death of I,ipeeted
TkOmaa Llttle.Eag, the senior member of
the well knourn . house of LltUe, Baird a
Patton, departed ills life neoterday, at hla
realdence in Oakaatid. 'Be had been anger
ing for a long time put with cancer On the
stomach, a disealle which bulled the beet
medical akill. Reeenhylie visited Europe
thinking that a °haggard' climate - would
prove beneental, Delmturned e i
dying wodltlon. Lie was a true g entl em an
and ehristlan and wilt be mourned by a
large Circle of Wend, and Sequahatanues.
bolter.' learlestial Convention. I ,
The ()road Forge of the Baited Mates
National It. Roller. , Eaton convened in t
this city on Welne,fay forenoon. 0. v. P.
Graham prodding. Thirty-fourrorget were
represented by One and In some butane..
tWertielagatos. No business see traneseted
further than the receiving or crealentisls
and appoudmrmt of Committee.. A fuller
reprmentation hi expected at the meeting
toqiny. Thu fidlowing 'delegate. worn re
on entitle/1 to adMlaelon by the Com.
mitten Credential.: .
Troy. New York—Pal. llamlllon, Jamie
licranton, PC—James blaLangldiU.
Fairview. Pal—E. Gang.
If orrhdown, Pa.—H.JI. Kano.
Birmingham, Pa.—D. Jonee,Jamos aut. I
Clevelrtnd, Min—George Mclntosh, P.l
Dungannon, Pa.—tetanal Teeter.
alanoneider,Pa—rolienb Chiverton. •
linadina, l'a.—Joiaaph Moore.
• Bethlehem. Pa.—M. O'Neil.
Benwood, nett irablia—Uunry Wit
Newburgh, Ohlit—Wtillam FOUL.
Now Castle. Pa.—Ephraim Hoover.
bl' WheolingWe.t Ennui,
Temnerancanilla—Pat Foley. .
Bmttmore.ll.l.—John L. Bennett.
Elbarpsburg. l'a.—The...B. Jones and Geo.
bt. Louis. Wm. A. Loads and henry
Covington. Mt.—dames Pacinard. and
Joan 0. Edwards.'
Columbia. Pa—W. 11. TT Union..
Sharon, ra.-4 ames Wttges, =id filch
Nile., °tan—David iirifilthe and TlikrMas
Danville. Pa.--Davld W. Lewis, John
Hollolaysbarg,Pa.-8. F. grenarner,
Kittanning, Pa.—.l. W. Jellison.
itiyannotte,.Micti.W. IL Lewin. ,
.Idtt.burgh—James Herron, I. V Ictiestem,
11. J. Thomas.
A Ileavy *wlimAlleg In
I. H. Hobinson has made information be.
fore Alderman Humbert. Of the Firm ward,
agahmt Miele! Ccitare,chanting him with
removing and secreting hlegebde with the
intention of defrsualng hmeredltors. The
parties are residents - of the city,. and nan
lately were , tnigaged; as partnere fa the
glees manufacturing beelines, their estab
lishment (burned down a short time sin Ce)
being ,located in East Birmlugham. There
was a of he p, and
by Mr. ot,llar n parnerebt that no raises
any of the effects of the late firm would be
considered rand without his approval. It
Is alleged that on the Ist snot
bad souls possession money and other of
leas of the firm to the amount of
belonging of right to Mr. Roblueon.vo x° ,
he removed I with the design stated. On
baturdey last Mr. O'Hara left for Pitilatel
: t'.74. f zgryt.T'enoir.::
a warremt issued by Alderman Hum.
bert,. booed on information made ay Mr.
liobLusou. We learn' that Mr. O'Mara made
• show of resietance when arrested. draw.
a.lvolve L ague adelp °Meer who
w. wi e
th Mr and was otheawlee eo
troublesome' then It was deemed neillessary
to plane him j 2 cOnnnement. /le Inns
brought, to the city jeateriniy morning. sad
after a Deanne beion3 the diderm. was
held to Dail In the sum of PON for his ap
pearance at Conn.
The Theory' for Dlacwees of 00 Mir
A WOOL ROM lAN OLD SCHOOL revenues A
TO MD WARM&
There are many eleteme of medicine by
which we attempt to heal the human boa) .
and make it tree of disease, ranging from
the science of Allopathy down to that. of
Ilydropetny. Ulm, far they have enceeeded
time has been abundentlyshown bythennm.
ber of their failure. as well as by the num-
Mr and nature of their cures.
In the cure of Pulmonary disease. Dr.
Ahern has stepped out of the old beaten
track, end adopted a vete= so simple. dl.
reef, and natural eel to recomend Itself to
all who are suffering fro m °Mem% and
disease of the loom, of a ammeter defying
mire by any of the old method. of treat
Although from childhood I have been
raised and also went LDTOOIOI angular
course and graduated no art Allalnthist,
yet • etnet lova of what Is right and beet,
at well as personal benefit received by the
new eystem of atomization, teaches me to
be. some testimony to Its merits for the
benefit of _stiffen:lg humanity.
The (following mane of surety of the
peace were before. Alderman McMaster's,
John Oliver made information against.
John McMullen and Ann McMullen. aileg.
Ing that they threatened to- knock his
Melee oat with a coal Adak. The parties
reside In the 010th ward, Allegheny, A
warrant was lamed.
Mary Harms , lodged as Information
againet John Nolen, In which she ellen.
shot John threatened to knock her brain.
out with aO.Ol O. atone. The diraculty no.
tarred on Shingles ,'!root. In the Eighth
ward, d'heva the parties rt".lddo. A warrant
Emann McHugh Madelttformati:Megenst
her husband, Hugh
le alleging that
threatened to take her life.
tatty Hall likewise charges ado mean7h
with using threatening laegaalro and mak
ing hostile demonstrations towarda her.
Haab wax held In bonds of three hundred
dollar. to keep the peace towards all clot.
tens of the Commonwealth, and espentally
toward the onesplainanta.
Aroma nine o'clock lest night lire was db.
covered In a frame building at the corner
of Water street ind ?diddle Alley, Alla
gbeeY. occupied tly Leash A Armor, as
carpenter shop, and by Fred. Deaner as a
makonquaker chop. The Ore which is sup
posed to have been the emcee* an Incemdl
my, ortgmated in the caspenter shop, and
In few minute , . the whole huddles .Wi34
enveloped. In dunes, which contnrni•
sated man adjoining bonding. ..4 as C
wairon.maker and blacksmith shop, by Jere:
mlah Johnson. A great portion of the
tool. and manufactured work an the betid
ing' was saved, but the hatlmege were both
burned to the ground. The Hope lire cora-
Duty were drat at the scene of caul:tura
tem, and were soon followed by several
others, some of our elty steamers being
present. The property woo owned by Ito.
Thomas Semple, of Allegheny. The lose is
varlonely estimuted at from three to Hove
thousand dollars, on which there is no in
surance. . •
Among the Grand Jurors In attendance
at the United kitten Court. now in . session
In the city, Is the lion. George Taylor,
President Judge of the district composed of
llamingdon, blur and Cambria. , counties.
Ile stands 'high In the ranks of the Judi
chary, being regarded Y one of the ablest
jurists intbe Siam He became isomesront
noted from having presided in eeverni
homicide cases. tried In
David M Wet, among other, that of B.
Dielilm, who was exeented at Dtoilidaye•
lisrsrlot •harvest home
thanksgiving celebration will b held to
deg, at Brown's (Iran, ldansgeld. The M•
trains, prayer, music and appropriate ad
dresses,, promise to be unusually entermia•
log. 100 ears on the Panhandle route,
hick will stop at the Drove, will leave the
Union Depot at half-pest ten (Oink . this
Ewioylog Tnernect•ce.—The Phllene!.
- phis Columbia ltre Company representa
tives now In Urn city we believe are Col.:g
ing thorned.. thoroughly. A hop Is said
to have taken place In their honor at City
Rail last night, width we pregame was
Moslems Neers.—Miniehester is rapidly
improving. The operation or laying water
and gas Pines la going on rapidly, and
and businessnausea are going np very
last in all parts of the city. Ali thosebaving
houses erected, and wanting hydrants or
their houses fitted up with hot and 0010
dwater,wonld do well by puling on N. S.lllO.
la it Bro,the well-known practical Plumb.
ors and Gas kitten • While May do their
work in e workmanlike manner, their
charges are extremely low. Their estal,
llshmant is on street between Frank
-110 and Chestnut.
Important Bietlce.—Dr. Spencer, Don
tint, ,O. 2.51 Penn street, MOW" oa to
state to his many friends and patrons that,
having removed hie fatally to the .corallrY
for the summer mouth., It will be news..
rY for those destrin t b o o n him toecall at
Ole oftze between the er seven o'clock
a. and six o'clock r. w. These will betas
ofhoe hours until about the 15th of Septem
when he will more back to the clty,ann
can than be found at all hours. U.
Coatr.neweas.—Persons who ruffor fp=
this painful condition of tho digoative or.
wane, will experience ittimediate and per
manent relief. by making nee of Wllionl
Pine, a medicine which has been thorough.
ly tented in Me and one hundred diseases
of the howols. Nold by an the leading drae
guita In the Untied States. j •
We can Dry Deeds both 8t atinlessla
and retell, and aro, as• consequence, en
abled to hew • larger and much better D
eemed elect, to 0011 cbesper, and giro the
goods to more aocommodialng quantities
than exclusivojobbing bosses. Retail mar
chants an invite
J to examine our stack.
. W. lisaamid
• 'l5O hbuket street-
Bleekbeterters—We ere toilet Them—
a. 31. Yonne, at, his Family Grocery Moro
corner of non and Second streets, haa ar!
rangeinenta for receiving daily, per Cod
mlll3,lllo Ilailreso, large quantities of !m
-elons blackberries from Fayette county,
which So !mutates to families at moderete
Deafness, Discharges from the Ears,
Catarrh, Dlsemes Of the Eye, sad all nese-
Dons of s chronic and obattaaSe character
successfully Masted by Dr. Alcorn. 1.31
Smithfield street. 011 ice Mean from 9
o'clock N. till S o'clock r. Jr. ,
Beet to the World, 00. says the Parts
lair, lad—the Weal sewing Emblem It
received ons the highest models. For
'shad being Jo ectly adapted to all
Ideas of work. t alland ezanibie It, &t in
Bollorint's Imptcl.l Whoa Wine Vine
gar, sold in lur•pnrrig at Mercer'. Drug
Stow, Ohio avenue mod Llooolo street, Alle
gheny mcy, • SC
c o w piina.lalmg Nod. at J. T
Nom Aa La Telessl etreel
THE WEEKLY QA 'F
WELISIBISDALY AND HATOSDA Y.
A. Into sheet. oontatniss THIST24I3. etYLe;
DlllO of tetereelles reeding matter. teeledleg
lending Zditortals. West News by Telegreoh
end Mall. 'rateable Nadine Muter for foe
end fullest and meet reliable mew.
dal and Conaneralal Yeats /lepers siren:lM
any yam- In tee ett) , Be FIT".
Uwe/. Shoo:dire wlllsout It. •
ren.e'Cl ens WILIZGY
—And one copy or yorer to the pen°.nott , ra
op Me Addllloaa to elite Meat Maar al
any Um!, at club rare.
Ilorict To hosaCruaras.-I.s. ordering 7 , nr
Ollee non evesify slut eettiee Too
want. la ore lime • Welneoday Milton for enbe
scribers:le:lns but apemen a wet.
soy money try Draft. 7svra.. Mosey Order..
or In seafarers d Lettem, Maybe sent at our Ad,.
aloNt BISDLET. Weelocid.,
Aorast 1 S 7. at "t-rotor. iltploo.-
" 1, 7 litmon ti , saoleof 1 Faller.
C•r:. 31e3fILLIN end Jalio MART
IINDLHI', .iavahter of J. C. ni.nei. tea..
Oil of ritt.baroh.
N PIM LS.—tre - W.negolaymoraloll. !Arra. ,
7th, ex two . ooer. MART. Itellaet
tort "Farr Hughes,
the funeral wilt tats place from the reildence
of her ;prom, No. = Vamps. etreet.
„ r a, A ec ey, at I o l oloolt Tame al/T1111I0ON.:
Ilk Ilot. Tee frlmola al the Wally •re rear.ct"
Lilly Inched to attend.
wiwy,• s—On'aretnesday noorinag • 7ll3 I 44
Mrs. r.LiZorr..rts L k ;
decd, agedse years..
Youhral on graIDAY, Pt 4 o'clork r. b., t,rte
the rCe 1 , 1•meo of John g. cu.., yo: s* W 1...
ern vapour, Alieghenf•
LITTLE..-1t bli•ne•ldepee la Cabblvd. en
Wcdnrc•fay nvenlpg..." 7 o'clock'. Xt.IXVXII4
LIT Mt. sand ,
Vec of funeral 1p ray.,
•/.1."1 . 0ti.-.At his redact/. at the tamer or
Oho/7 t..ne dud Voutitg shoat toot. sm dandy.
Ames: tth, AIiDLUCW YULSON. St, rod.t
I.2ll}ii from OM Mit no:l4mm* on TlMltorao
'SOX r. at I tee Oct m. COMM'. min Itme.
p r tt rt tutro Llvety Addl. and Mllllnato.
dermk Wt. Fuettlb.sirent.ol2.4o . oldek D...
CO dor of frnierdl..
ALES. AIKEN. VAI.DERTAILER,
ICG 7onsth .lava. Plititnivah.
Cii:7l2::: of CI kinds; Ci11k.17% BLAMES. oaf
every description of Mineral ropsistanst
forntsted. itootsopeneddaysaillitilii. Doom
>=o Carriages turniabecl. •
iislitanccs-liar. David - Errs. D. R. Stirs;
M. W. Jotoins, D.D.i "Dianna rWjni. Zs.. Jo
0, • RODGERS., WNDERT.4.-
riga /ow X.3.24ilthtlit. mosetsor to the .
tato Barone X. Bd4Rsn. Ho. 99 99a9
three doors from Bitter. AXllloollll.llty. z
-9911c, Rosewood. lttooriam, Walton sad Rose
wood Imitation Cortes, at the Haven iii4tiosd
pries.. boost opin at se twatrar nor aiinteh.
Reuse and Carrtaxes forldebat oD alms 'ow*
nod on most twasonable tern. .
EDWARD CZABNIMCKI, IDS
DERWCEIL. Mee, 444 Oarlo
Allegheny. 3letallle, neevrood aad other 'Cor
nea. adtl , a eothelete swan! funeral inraigihm
goods on hand, and furnlabsihs 'shortest hone.
at Imeret PrleeL Baae &Id Livery Stabla, ear
ner of llarF,Ann Noma Btam. ferlinCea
ltaronchte. Sneldle 80r.... a... Se..
far oh, .
R T. MUTE & CO., MOM
rq,E.rms A L N, ANBALMIXS, Manches
ter. Wood.nnan met Conic Beene at
loisccbcnic Livery Mani', corner 13nelnon6 and
Chaviltes Wats. Unman inail Curia e. tar.,
_ _ ••
V S. STEWART, Er:dertaluer .
••-••• career of MELTON bad Pll tSTIz&
liloth Wtrd. Coffins of 01l kinds. flobra b.
Coriloeve forntsbe4 on the stioneet
HASLETT & CO.'S,'
,No. OWL SMITHPIELD STEW. TOR lOUs .
18 KT. SOLID GOLD,
sor t wa,
DUNSEATE • er. Co.,
FINE MATCHES, OLOOKZ
suxr.n-pisTr.io waltz, ETC.
IT4 Li'Warn' er.. rrrrsatateu._
N3l-rtrtleulan attention givea.to topOri.lt
Watches. laden. and dcwelny.
C.4I,3MX 2 MIria,
A large assortment to select
from, at less than Invoice Prl-
ces, tp close consignment, at
wanumrs eu BEM
F. 11.-1 4 urnienre and Honse.
bold Hoods at Auction ereiy
SMITHSON, lIIIIII‘ : 6r, 00;,
tios. 53 & b 7 Fifth Street.
FOR SALE—aluat very value=
bit. and desirable propertl dote% on L.
beer/. otreet .d the •Ilegbeef rifer, La AU.
Ober , / GUY bY Meet, oP erldch la *teeth.
a very substantial neck Budding, Ore Noma
high. 1[0%19 feet, calculated an& Well adapted
for carmintt on almost any branch of Inettallaw .
tenor. It Is seldom a lot of these di:messier.,
within the cur. can be bad, and we wonid Layne
Um special a , tanUes of these dellrona of aeon.
Ina a place for teanalnetnrinn purposes local' at
%Da olllos of DICVLIN • !ILL, sal rotate and
iese new A[1,1111.1. Pet., wreet:Lalonnpresdlie.
ILIGII EST PREMIUM
WbOolork. Wilson Bening Nadine,
At We OBASAT PARIS ZXPOSMON. Joao
Saft anon area loagliad3horpaaa earaadlatrtrti
„n mapal wa rm
of tka warld-rrow
Cluramittra 0! Award Wag aaap t ..4 tb .
moot oompetmt aa4 Mtant.' jadgma,
mt. scam= & co.,
15.5nrirris rrurr, Pltiawit
MIK CUM & CO.,
Practical VimKure Elasofacturen
COR. PENN ACID WAYNE STS
01 . 1 ., YINILSITIISS mummy
HORSES FOR SAL AT
Illoward% Livery Stable,
0.. noun, Iwo lost% to wril sot.
leo toooosottoo. Rood &rivg mull.,
t out to trot. One Cbtap wort MLitt. Ow Ws
low. Homo tonortt wed HMI all Oolliartioll.