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TWELVE ONCIIICKMELS M.
THE ILIBIE TREATY.
The London Times and Lord
Stailie' y on Ilse Subject.
(By T.:l.mph to the Pituburia Gazette.]
NEW "Ftatur., April 19-The London
Times, in an article on the appointment
of. Kr. Motley. asi> Minister to England,
skis :n., .* '.
"The country has gone to the extreme
of concession In the matter of the Ala
bama claims. It has agreed to refer or
416i!tifiqr, except its own' honor, to arbi.
tratioi and to the Judgment of a mixed
ecoliainiesion. It has agreed to give
Americiuis, who profess to have been
'Wronged; rtery opportunity to assert
their claims, by providing that the Com
- missi on shall hold its sittings at Wash
baton. Except absolute submission to
overt' demand the Awed caw may choose
to make, there Is nothing further that
could be conceded— The Convention,
in.which all this is stipulated. has been
the work of their own Minister and Sec
retary Of State, and hre reoelved the as-.
sent' of their own Pre4dent. If they
now set it aside, our duty will simply be
to ftetsin altogether from further over ,
tures and let any proposals for a renew
al of .negotiations proceed from the
Ameia ~ G overnment. As for that=
down -right demand for payment, which
our Pigladelphia correspondent de
scribes as having been advocated in the
'United States, this country would of
course knowhow to treat it; but we have
not the *mailed -belief that President
Grantia Government contemplates a
course of action no unfriendly and of
fensive. . .
1 "It is likely , assuming the present
1 Alabam a convention' to• be set aside,
i Mr. Motley will be instructed to open
• negotiations for any .other, differing
ii,-, somewhat in machinery, but embodying
similar principles. Should -this be the
1 , case, our Gknuirnment will be - ready to
give the proposals a fair consideration.
Bheuld it, on the other hod, be the de
tim id re ofmi sti ll unsettled,
having fully manifested its good dispoiail.
i h n ow an ey y e me r, to ,
eally po hl w ot e l dw ey. not Ex o nly
' - as an old friend, but as one who has the
tive and of the most powerful party in
the United Mateo."
I' Lord- ,
ahudey. In a recent -,opritach-aP
Glasgow, said, is reference to the Ala
bama ireatyi ' - i , Ntotwi t— ' thatand:leg the fall--
are, of the late negotiations; ' Ido not
think I can bring myself to take a gloomy
iview of these relationer.-For my part, I
have very great faith in 'the good sense
• of the American people. I cannot think
a they can wish to increase their dffactd-
I ties by getting Into any • freeh Quarrels.
i Whatever happens, we *wive squired_ the
cea, ii r i l)
have - p ut
rfn r ur co own co.
try unmistakably in the P it. I will
only add,: that to my mind ques
tions affecting the external relations
of the country, questions, that is, 'Which
in their ultimate result may in
volve the issue of war or peace, are in
comparably greater-than any others
; ,t ; with which the polittians in our day
-i7 have to ' deal witb. We spay quarrel
among duraelves„ mid' wake it up again,
' f Ptobat/iY.tith net much damage on the
4.• one hand, not with much gain on the
~t other. Bat whatever may be our feel.'
)Inas, or the position in reference to new
internal Maputesl; it is the dtity . of all of
,t. us, as regards the outside world, to see
our country show a united front. Car
" tainir if any diplomatic difficulty
should arise, / should feel it my, duty, so
I far la I could conscientiously; to' en
1. -deavor to strengthen the hands of who.
ever might be tne foreign Minister of the
• day." -.
' Preparations for an Expedition from
- • New urlians. 9
I ter Telemrach to the Pittsburgh ciazette.t* -
New ORLE i ws, April 19.—A special
nays : Preparations are actively on foot
. t. in this vicinity fora formidable and well
-.., organised , . expedition to aid ' the Maur
' gent Cubans, and ;'no doubt will be of a
1.'.4 serious- tharacter. Men are being en*
, • A gaged nipldly and sworn to seeresy, , and
' numbers of brass howitzers have recently
: ••• I been purchased • here. And- ' sent to some
• 1 unknoWri destination. ' There seems to
.:: be no lack of money, but there being so
•••:* inn* blowing on the streets corners and
much; publicity' and , gtutcozusie that
„ . he matter may &rip through:from pure
. mismanagement. The .government otil.'.
oars either cannot or will not take steps
to prevent , movements, and no definite
inatrtictiolet limbo obtained. ..
~ •$7 From Washington It is stated that the
,t command wait tendered to Harry Hazen,
an ••_ totlikeloolitrate *Major .031enerali - ve•ho
. .*z thong= Ide persottal - poptdprity :thong
•., -old soldiers, and a knowledge of Spanish
0 4 wrat i Limld'oolbited etrumd • him in, av,
ri 4 a
tee' or three Montana Yet./
. 1 :, rens, and very considerable pecuniary
':. inducements have beep held out to him,
, but h.e., deft_ Pet on theiround that he is
too 01Q sad nes too good a law- practice
Ito siva); sp. tionaratSteadman remains
the Arab*** ieader.' Rs in Wive, but
'wanting in prudence and discretion; if
he gets off be will make either a_stin'inz
• "boa& - 1 telet template skiltitri. oar.
• . AotOt thitoP, 100 44 a brotbec‘in-law of
. e Prealdent, aaya , opeigy that he does
• , not want to hoar or know anything about
Minns of any , kind. and Mr. Mor- '
.fe- hie Oneida to Washington for
with Instrzunions are answered only
vague genaralitiss..- Msrshal Her
ron, who re c ently returned froth Wash.
digtou. - kWh. that he shall keep up sp.
Volo.enoce, but do li ttle. •
r - aVesatt, April 19.—The Marine Court
arendered a Anal decision, declaring
.. Altteriden. btig Mary • Lowell a legal.
4 7 - ealogired Prize. •
There are 'rumors of ' heavy fegaile•
-*tents - between troops and rebels near
,',-- selnedlos. - No particulars.
- The Spedsh war steamer Legated has
genet° Ban Jag°. - • ' 1
Sugar quiet and steady.
. . - tta.l*;"..a
Extraordinary Storm in the West—A.
Village, Conflagration Newspaper
CBI Telegraph to thellttabareh Gazette.)
emcee°, April 19.—The storm of yes :
terday was one of the severest and most
extensive that has occurred here for a
long time. It extended nearly the whole
length of this State, and west as far as
the Mississippi river. At Bloomington
the Catholic Church, not yet completed,
was blown down, involving a loss of /My
thousand dollars. The Church, when
completed, would have coat one hundred
thousand dollars. The Bloomington
Manufacturing Company suffered con
siderably. Ludington & Roads' ware
house was unroofed. Several others suf
fered more or lees from the effects of the
AtGirard and Verden. Matodpin coun
ty, hail atones fell as big as hen's egg.,
and nearly every pane of glass : was des
troyed on the northwest aides of the
buildings. The whole surface of the
count Ty Is covered with water.
At Elgin the house of Jerome Wilts'.
was struck by lightning, severely in
ing a man and a boy _who were sitting
near a stove. 'Considerable damage was
done at Ottowa, Peoria and other points
in this State.
'The Illinois River is overflowing the
bottom lands at a large number ofpoints.
Ick this city the storm was fierce and the
thunder and lightning - Vivid and almost
continuous for six or eight hours. •
At Dubuque a tornado passed over the
city. The residence of. Mr. Kniser was
blown down, be killed and his wife seri
ously injured. Several houses were un
About three o'clock yesterday morn
ing a fire broke out In an unoccupied
building, in Cherry Valley, Winnebago,
111., and before it was disoovered the
flames had spread so that the fire was
beyond control. Almost the entire' bus
iness portion of the village was con
sumed, including Messrs. Howe ift Ter
rey's brick block, the post office. the dry
rstore 'of B. B. Blame, Parley it
yt l y's grocery, Oscar King's drug
store, and Wm. Slator's saloon and an
unoccupied building fitting up as 'a gro-.
eery by Jno. McKee, J. B. ,
and an unoccupied building a oining,
owned by C. A. IlanwelL The , loss will
reach over $30,000, with an insurance of
less than One-half. .
The It'd of this evening says it is ru
mored that an entire change is. about to
.takiiiace is the office. of the Chicago
Republican, Mr. Leonard; of Spring.
fie d, who has for some time been finan
cial agent of Ur. Jacob Munn, the princi
pal proprietor of the paper, bectimlng the
business manager. and Kr. Higgins, of
the present editorial corps, the to anaffing
editor i Maitre. Smith, BafianO.
and WillistOr4 It is understood, end their
connection with the paper.
Ex-Senator J. R. Doolittle, of Wiscon=
'du, is now futhis city,snd it is rninentid.
that he is about to establish' himself in
tile practice of , law in Chicago.
• Hon. Schuyler Colfax, Vice President
of the Mitten States, and Wife, _ were in
this city today, stopping few
hours to do some shopng. They re
turned to South Bend tb sevening.
The Adjutant General Office of the
Military Division, Lieut. Gen. , Sheridan
commanding, Was removed to thin city
—The newspaper Crescent, at New Or
leans, has been merged in the Times.
—C. A. Dana has declined the Ap
praisership of the port ofXew York, to
which he was recently confirmed.
—Joseph Hamar has been sentenced to
be hanged ,on the 4th of Jane next, for
the murder Of his wife, in Penfield, N.Y.
—lmmense quantities of ice are pass-
Ing down the Niagara river. • The mont
warm rains have broken up the ice "on
Lake Erie., and navigation will open at
an early day.
—Win. H. Rice, of Quincy, Illinois,
was found dead in bed at the St. James
Hotel, at . Cincinnati, Sunday night. The
verdict • of the inquest was that death
was caused from appoplexy.
—On Saturday last, the last rail was
laid on the Louisville,Lexington and
Cincinnati Branch Rail road, making one
hundred and four miles between Cov
ington and Louisville. Cara will not run
for a week or two.
—Commissioners were appointed on
Saturday in Chillicothe, Ohio, to obtain a
charter fora railroad from Newark via
Lancaster and Chillicothe to Maysville,
and open books for subscription. A corn.
Inittee was appointed to confer with the
Pennsylvania Central. The meeting was
—A d i g
% t ptch from Atlanta soya: Dr.Ben
min one of the Georgia delega4
tion to &Islington, the oldest member
of the Georgia .ialature and a strtmch
Republican, was brutally and inhuman
ly murdered near his home in Jefferson
county, by the Ku Klux Klan, on Thurs
day last. Be -was found in the public
road shot" throllgh the head.. This is.the
first of the Georgia delegation who has
perished by the wayside, according to'
the expressed wish of . the New Era, •
4 -Two convicts, likhoonever and Har
vey, who attempted to escape from the
Indiana Penitentiary, were apprehended .
a short distance trom Loubrville, on Sat- ,
urday: Harvey was shot and wounded;
while .iv= to nuke the ' Kentucky
shore. arsonvict. Saltwell, scaled •
the wall, but was seen' and , ordered to:
return. He, however disregarded the ,
comaland and was ANA at twine, the'eW
and shot taking lad below the •
but he ran notwithstanding Until °apt
—At an early_ hour .ftundriF plonking,
burglars entered J. H . Cape jewelry
store, No leg North Fourth street, Si.
Lo ' and carried Offilibeetfhroe thou
sand Werth of property, Includ
ing two dozers; (gold spectacle% three'
dozen goldent six dawn . diver Odra'
bles, twenty nn old' watches left for re
label thirt. Weer Musing watches six
dozen gam pens, thirty sae Pb" a lot
of Role bracelets, an the finger
severalfinor rings in the show. dam,
including ftrw hundred fine goId.SAP,
several gold watches, sleeve
jewelry eetih`dhiniOnd sOtirtfdllSl kleketar
ems, and a number of meltable chain
bracelets. •. None of the plats was die.
turbot], ands show cane filled with seta
of ladies! jewelry wee not molested. An
attempt wiee made to epen the safe, but
It Allied. The thieves entered the
store throug h
_ the . skylight, - letting
themselves down by. a rope,. and left
by the back door. No clue to the robbers.
- -, -
point O'CLOCK A. 3t.
Proposition to Settle the Ala
bama Claims Question by the
Surrender of the British North
American Possessions -War
like Speech of Mr. Chandler,
-of Michigan -Appointments
Sent in and Confirmed-Spe
cial Cabinet Meeting.
(Bp Telegraph to the ?Manual& 6inette4
WASILINOTON, April 19,.1889.
The President pro tem submitted a
memorial of the American Emigration
Society of London, praying that amidst
ance be granted to persons who wish to
emigrate to the United Statba. The pa
' per had been sent to the Vice Prestaent
by the American Minister, at therequest
of its signers.
On motion of Mr. Rambo, it was tabled.
The President pro tem also submitted.
a petition of S. D. Sullivan for the re
moval of , his political disabilities, and it•
resolution of the Union League of Vb
ginia, entreating Congress to refuse all
applications for the removal of political
disabilities, unless such 'appliations
are endorsed by the regular ,Republican
o w rganizatlonties of the county In Which the
respectively reside. Referred to
Select Committee on Political disabilities.
In the Sena to. Mr. Chandler offered a
resolution that the President be directed
to open negodatiqns with Ragland for
the settlement of all open questions on
the basis of the surrender - of all the
British North Ameriesii poesessions to
the United States.
Mr. Chandler read a long extract from
S peeches to show' that he ori
ginated the position now assumed by the
Committee on Foreign Relations, and in
' slated that if his advice bad been follow
ed heretoibre, the Alabama and all other
claiMa would net now remain unsettled.
bat that if the resolutions he offered,
looking to the withdrawal of our-Minis
ter and non-intercom se, had been adopt
ed, such claims would intve been. paid in
thirty days. ' • •
Mr. Chandler concluded as follows: The
resolution he had Offintd to-0y afforded
the only peaceful ipolution of our Onion
ties. We have had • treaty and treaty,
and rejected timut. This leads to irrita
tion. He uttered the same sentiments
now that he did two yearsemd aiialt ago.
He would have required a mortgage for
She amount tine.. The mortgage was re.
worded )utd the- security 4121srhil
lbsTedwasi had -Mate Aim- this tnietter
on a isroper basis. If Great -Brit
ain should meet us in n friend
ly spirit, acknowledge her wrong
and cede all her interests in
the Canadas in settlement ,- of these
claims, we will have perpetual race
with Great Britain But ifahe dries not,we
must conquer peace. We cannot afford
to have any enemy's bees so near to us.
It is a national necessity that we should
Lavish the British nesessiens.','He - hoped
that such a negotiation WOuld be opened,
and that it will be araceful one; but if
: it should not be, and England insists on
war, then let the war be short, sharp and
decisive. If war should came. he would
say now that the six hundred thousand
veterans 'of Michigan would take
the contract to capture the Cau
stic's in thirty days, without a manor -
from any other state. But there will
be no war. Great Britain does not deldre
liar with the United States. When our
Ministers abroad proclaimed this govern
ment overthrown, .bee'ause they were
nearly all in the interest of lleCellei•
Con, it was not wonderful that it was
so thought abroad.. France thought it
was time to make up an Empire from
the late United States. Great Britain
and France were in accord with the re
bellion. If the United States had been
overthrowtt the Empire would have
been established: but the United States
were not overthrown, and therefore the
Empire was not established. Upon . '
the Emperor Napoleon being informed
that the occupation of Mexico would lead
to war with one million men, he with
drew his army from Mexico. He had
staked the cause of the Empire on . the
success of the rebellion. Great Britain
staked her Empire on the sea. She
knew the rebellion must succeed, or she
must abandon the continent. In con
clusion Mr. Chandler expressed the
hope t hat the resolution would be putted.
Mr. Sumner moved the resolution be
referred to the Committee:on Foreign
and it was so referred.
Mesars.Cole and Casserly denied hav
ing authorized the statement telegraphed
to the New York World,' that there would
be a called session of Congress. •- • -
Mr. Kellogg offered a resolution di
recting the exaudnetion of the bars at the
mouth of thB Miaalaat p p pi,= and a report as
,to the-best' mode of removing the ob.'
structionirto ooturneree. Agreedrto.
-•TheSenate then, at 1:80, proceeded to
the 00plideratiOntif executive business;
NOMMATZONS slim lN
in 0 4 11 ,::•-Rinwl . Vehgettflet. Minister,
td ForthW; Geo: .4t, of Rhode
Island, MMUW.Iff featiVlenna.
Postmasters: Samna T. Berbauer,
Marione O.: James L. 'Mises; Eastori,'
Pa., genbver• Pa.
• ; • zrospoe.Tioni ocurfnuum•
Senate,a to•day, oonflrineg the N.
New • • ,• ,
ToVaries-a, be :Consuls Bueno—Dexter s •B. V T IVA of
bridge, of Illinois. at Vere Twirl;
'Allent at . Moscow; G.
of Pennsylvania, e Henry.t Munich: Zdirard
Robinson, ofHey York, at Hantball A.
D. Shaw of New ,York at Toront% Chas.
Perkftisi of Conikedieut; at Baroelonsi
J.ltalmes Grover, of Booth Carolina, at
AnoonshßaeDell. ihuiout, of Booth Mr.
olina, at Minor% Jas. U. Fletcher,
Indhins, at •Part gambit aktirt; D. Jones,
of California. at Revel; Juo. B. Caldwell,
of Mains. at Valparailio; Henry C.Balleal.'
of Minnesota. at Hesse ,Cassel; .Alex.
Jordan, of' Pennsylvania, at Vanioe; Eli
T. She t3cu Savd_Of Ohlott Chin Siang.
- Utidasi—Wm. P. Webster, of
Assessor of Internal Revenue—Ed.
CyruswW•tit A1*(4140 .
Justice Utah ; W. W. - Brooking% AIM.
4,11,;1:1 - ;T
elate Justice ' ' Dakota; Lotus A. John
son, United States Marshal for South
Carolina; S. B. Packtrrd, United States
Marshal for Louisiana; H. C. Thatcher,
United States Attorney for Cplorado;
Joe. M. Huston, United States .ffitorney
The nomination of Edward Stephens/
Coneni at Leeds, was rejected.
DELEGATION OF Quartzes.
This afternoon a delegation of Quasera
from various pasta or the country, head . -
ed by Samuel M. Janney, of Virginia,
waited upon the 'President by invitation,
and had a half-hour's interview apon the
subject of moral reformation at the'
Sough It is proposed by them to appoint
a Superintendent whose duty it Alin be
to visit sections in 111,1 /bighorn States,
and endeavor to work some 'improve
ment in. the condllieuof the people. The
President received them cordially and
the interview was a very pleasant one.
A special Cabinet meeting, held to-day
to oonidder imtx)rtant matters, /WM
moat of the day. All of the members irwe
present, except Becretary,Borie, who is
absent from the city.
The Cabinet meeting to-day had refer
ence more especially to appointment&
A little lees than half a million cou
pons have been received at the "hem] •
to date, on account of May and July in
terest, under late orders of Secretary
Boutwell. The rebate amounts to about
51,700. It is expected a large amotuit
of this interest will be paid prior to the
maturity of tbe coupons. •
RF,J4OI" FOR E4Ed.
The U. B. steamer Galena, at Ports
mouth Navy. Yard, is reported ready for
sea and will probably leave tied place
to-morrow. tbr Hampton Roede r where
she - will waive orders prom the Nivy
Department. Tho' Saratoga, apprentice
ship, will soon leave ter a cruise is Cuban
Radical and moderate Eepttblinanenow
here are agreed that the eleothmin Mims.
eippi must not take plat:olmM MI,. mean
earlier period would materiilly intenfere
with. the planting operatimm
CLERKS TO BE REMOVED.
It b understood a large number of
elerhe In the general postoftlee • will
shorn" be removed, to provide for- neW
Convict!ton for Violation of Revenue Law
—Eztraordlhary Halt stormapeoaa
Hale,.-Damage to, Vegetation—Grate
ter reisarato so the Patet:2h Gazette.]
Sr. Laura, April 4 1,9:-.0e0.4-B. Rev*
liras 1,0414, Mudd.' Ouirkt u iti the:crotio
t3tittWriritriCeiMir of a viola tion of thli
revenue - 1.111;1qm =Wing - false returns a t'
manufactured tobacco, ,The jury toned
him guilty on all the , counts in the .in
dictment, fourteen in number. The ex
tent of the penalty Is one thousand dol
lars fine scra p e year's imprisonment on
each count. Thereis, also a civil , jtidg.,
ment against Pague for 0,300.
The extremely sultry weather of
yesterday-and this morning culminated
this afternoon in the sa,W . terrific bail
storm . that- has visited'. this - region
for many years. The hall ones fell in
meet unpreoe dented nuoinans and foree
and varied in size bons ling of a marble
to that of an English'ANnut. Thous.
ands upon thotetands df Wlndown were
broken, scarcely* building in She city
with a western.' 'exposure escaping
injury. • Hundreds' - of horses , ran
away, and a regular stampede oc-
curred on the levee, but no vm.y serious
results are yet reported. The damage to
vegetation in the country must -have
been very severe. The storm was fol
lowed by a heavy , fall of rain. A very
severe thunder storm occurred UV, night,
and rain fell very copiously . nearly al
the forenoon of today: These storms
have extended generally throughout the
west, but as telegraphic communication
is cut.off, the amount of damage, if any,
cannot be ascertained.
The Board , of Direetors of• - `
the , St.
Louis Grain Association. elected the Ibl
lowing °dicers: President, Hon. E. A.
Stallard; Vice President, Chauncey T.
bi ri o n rg eY an ' PEn mP ee rarY ntiVe r3ear eo e tn tal an tee kl
Eg _ U. B.
Homeyer, George P. Plant, John Wahl.
A call of fifty per cent. on the capita.
stuck was made payable on the 25th meal
Initiation of the Reform League.
(By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.] ,
Banal% April 19.-4 meeting will be
held to-morrow evening to initiate the Re
form League, having in view, Art, io se
cure a moderate • and -effective tariff,
Which may be collected : at the least cost
and interference with the industrial pur
suits of the eountryrseoond, to op all
special legislation intended to r
vide C.V. diass- intend; ' third, to secure,
semi-annual payment of principal of the
National ;debt, and removal 4i3 some of
the more onerous taxes;, fourth, to pro-
MOW of reciprocity with all.
North American States* dlih,,ta promote
refnfin In:the civil 0 44 7 10 0;fu1d virvoiptm,
MeAt of government ofßoaraou the sole
ground fitness and ability; and
to secure the *turn Uf t)inid-,
and of l es scoff ne'PMin!C le
AlBUSlRitillii 'ln 'Alabama. '
, ter Alevase usi ritisineit;bitiotear
cootalne the pettleulens of :theldiirdei. or
Wet the. Legislature, who was killed
near Mu), Vlaynsicie etetsr
Ayres wakk murdered and •Fobbed ..by
„. 11 V,na h '2,1 1 , 1 uckmblially
""--- -a n d on i nc'neY wire found in
—The inqikest at Bingluunton, / I t Mehl.
ate te of Warren Blandly% Murder.'
id a week' sug4 eleadd yesterday. " The
jury found that Thanohard Wed from the c
weans of two tot slo ts. -, JamestileW
witken Mrs. : of the do.
awai t held Pine pal 'and aceee.l
/m y, yrs, /31anehard is. not yet
teen rim ef INMand was brought : front:
pennitylittdi a *feW months ego- by De,
really ,hild ker6cried to, filarroliard,
wun : Ilhinekerd was
nearly =Y7 102111 4 2. audit la Supposed
he bid:'oesidderable money. The seed
ninny , fildleates , ntnlivwea the leading
motive 9f • the crime,
LET Telegraph to the Pit burgh essiette..l
GREAT, B •
LONDON, April 19. In the House of
Commons this evenin the coradderatiou
of the bill for the disestablisliment of
the Irish Church was resumed in ' Coth.
mitten. An amendment,' postponlarthe
time at which the bill shall go intoeffect
• until 1872, was lest- by the following
vote:: Fpr the amendment 194, against
801—Government's - majority 107.' The
clause illnque lifying Bishops of the ritsh
- Chunk from sitdng in the 'Rouse of
Lords was amended to allow prelatesap
pointed previous to the passage of tthe
bill to retain their titles and rights of pato
codenee for life, and was then agreed to.
Losnon_, April 19.--Actsiunts of tiler
satiny of Livingstone, the African trim-
eter, have been received. It is reported
he left Zanzibar in Arnssry forEngland r
Being overland via Cairo.
Pants, April 19. The French govern
ment refuses to modify Ito opinion as to•
what subjects sball be submitted for dis.
mission to the Conference of France and
NAPLES, April 11X—The Bblltns The 3
tre was destroyed by lire last night.
LomsoN; 'April 19 :—Effewiwg.—Consols
firm. Money 92. On &ovum, 93%. '5-20
b6nda quiet at 01W. Stooks dull--Erie,
2131‘; Jmnois, 9734.
FP.A.MDFORT, April lik--liondis firm. at
egg@ B7 34. ' • .
MARIS, April 19: 7 -Benrae steady. Bea%
tea 72( 20c.
LIVERPOOL, April 19.—COttou Market
quiet; nilddlinguplands, 12;012g'; do.
New Orleans, 12%@123 :falai of 8,000
bales. California white wheat, 9s. 2d.;
red W estern , 881 eth 4 llo 3 . Td. Flour, 22.
Corn, new r 2B. Olits, Bs. 54t Barley, 58.
Peas, 395. Pork, 105, Beef, 96. Lard,
72• Cheese, 80. Bacon, 62. Petroleum
Lotinces, April 19.—Tallow 465. 3d.@
45e. 6d. Sager, 39e.
A . :imams; Apra. 19:—Petroleum, 533
NEW YORK OAT.
Club Mouse for Womem....Pirm„ Raven..
mien—Grand Army of the Republic.
My Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
NEW Yoza, April 18i-The new club
house for women, on East Twenty-third
strata, Will be swampy on 'the 12tivof May,
be - occupied by .the , NZierosia,!!
Moe, the Rei ) oarttl 04,elsep
big apartments for women visiting the
city who may not desire to go alouoio a
The Express- says the stivenelon of
Frank Patterson & Co., Packers and' Pro'
vision merchants, WWI annonnoedtcuttay.
Gen. Logan, Commander-in-Chief of
the .Grand • Army .of the Repabiici has
leaned a recontmeidation for strewing.
with flowers the •gravem of de•
cOmrades on the 29th or 30th of May. •
Hon. E. B. Washburne, Minister to
France, is in the city.
_ —Wm. H. Stratford, &Canadian was
before United States Commisehoner
Gortim, at Buffalo, , yesterday,. charged
with smuggling a large quantity of mor
phine. • He waived an examination and
gave bail to appear at the next term of
the United States Court at Rochester.
Colledor Tyler haa possession of the,
most of the morphine.
Markets by Telegraph.
Cuicano, April 10 .—.Evenirag.--.5.1 the
open board in the afternoon there was a
fair business in No. 2 wheat, and g r n rices
were a trifle firmer, the sales ran gat
$1,02X0311,03 cash, and $1,04X 1 ,04,44,
seller for May; closing at 11,02 X cash:
other grains neglected. In the evening
about 2,000 bus wheat were sold' at $1,03
@1,04. seller for May: Provisions were
quiet. and mesa pork folly 250 per barrel
lower, 850 bblaselling at p 30,00 on spot.
Beef cattle steady, and fairly active and
Arm for the best, but ;dui/ and, easy for
low grades; receipts, 2,281 head; sales
ranged at 17,25@7,75 fox good to °hole*,
and 88,00118,37 X for extra to extra prime
steers. Hogs quiet and easier, not Alio.
tably lower; receipts. 2,082 head; sales
ranged at 9@)104 for fair to good.
NEw ORLEANS, April 19.-Cotton lassyp
middling at 28y0; sales 2,000. balm; re
ceipts 8,133 bales; exports 8,180 bales.
Gold. at • 133 X. Exbhange Sterling at
-41%- New York. Sight . yo Preminui..
Sugar firmer, with sales common att.9ol
Me, and pritne.at-14. • Molassei in- light
supply; prime retailed at 87%. Flour
dull and Lower, with sales superfine at
$5.85, double extra' at 18,18, and treble
extra at ilak% earn easier; white at 78.,
Oats Arm at 74. Bran muse at 411 1 40.
Hay firm; prime at 28. Pork dull at 882.
Biicon firmer; shoulders at 1834, sides at
170)17%. Lard lawer, with' sales ties so
at •18M, keg at.i9@20%..- Whisky Mid
Ooffe unchanged. • ••-• -
' AzattryT, 'April.' 12.—Oattle in brink
demand andMi§Mo_ higher, the range
being from 7o ha. lig h t common 10942"
930 tbr- prim fit - to extra tine - westerit
.corn Od.. , Mean WO tadsy sti,soo head,.
the eSlenett bot Ween New Yorklino
&Awn era being -pretty aherp; tho
image Mt ty Of the ate it . very good,
Sheep, in light request and Mitiliec
pound /smart Irbil. 200 head atleg fa ,
106 en a drove(averaging 167 pima
Hogg prime Illinois corn led 113(e)12041
Iltrystun,' Aplrlll9..;lfirliir nonilnal i'
at 0506.26. - - 0117:ground whist ' ,
myrantal. Ortely_drill t new on It'
to arrive, at 7 71‘cliktriMln; dried . dd at:
72079 e; old norminallyall2; Oabo, wall
lota ..et i* 4 Ail ung lll o i nie ry,„,
liarel7 1 ve,, - - Amu ae ons
11,211 tar. eenadli j. Pull marrow Ma latid....
,Seedi trout Ilan 6. - 1 1 be - 111120110 r, PloYee
950. -ANoter, -dill unoseged: ,
mally Tent.," Airit 19.-Cotto ns
Lop e =
dull atllB%;' , ll,Yieei WM& PtupprbreM.
Flour quint, Su PAW" - one
'61 1 €4,7,6y, .tiay 26 ~ Oats 764 and acerolli
reLL -- 32., - /8620. Bacon, am.r
Mumblers H.. Sides , 175 i; Bulk 1141,t 11,
.411141. shoulders 1935®1* " ea I°)S.
„I4vary, Aptil ,18. . ,
-Ebb 44 11 1 ..
doled dull at -147 tbr tree = .10EL_
spot, and 140 ' s °' 113T ' /°w middlings
NAmrviLmi l April 19.—Cotron dull;
low middling; 260; gbod ordizuwy; 24@
24 %°. • (
CITY AND SUBURBAN.
Western Tint:crafty—One Year's Pro:
. President George Woods, L.L. D., of
the Western University,,presented yes
terday afternoon. to the Trustees of that
institution, his annual , report. Atter s
brief but suggestive ammeter!' of a pol
icy in the mime of dnetniction, adapted
to the 'variety of the aims and °noun&
stances of the students,. nr, Woods as..
nounces the con s ummation of these iong
desired ohjeet, the premien* of a caper
ble army otheer to attend to. the. depart.
merat of Military &Ince and Civil and
Mechanical Erigineeringr, The tidiest•
satisfhction is expressed in the gentler
men thus detailed and for some month,
actually on deny—Col: W. 16 L. Nicode
mmt. Aoknowiedgments are made of'
the biendly influences at home and in.
Washington, which secured this assign.-
• mene t whenit seemed absokately hope
less. Ohe gentlemen has made himself
responsible .Ibr tweet). hundred dollars
for therhalrluty or - the professor, and has
given three hundred more. The con—
tribution of ninety-eight bound , wdrunes
of Congreasiortsl documents to , thn,fitr
bra.ry, *duo iw . the overtimes of ottr late.
Representative J. K. Moorhead.
The report pMeoedin “Stnoe the trans;
ler of the Observatory to the. Thterteefitif
the Western Univers:ly, nearly VA,
have been ' rxr:e oiled in repairing .the
*eliding and in p3reiT2B:l3g new inetrts-.
melds. 'These instruments Were all made
Minder by the best mannfacturersolnd
are of the best kind.. Thitoriglita; found..
035 have oeossiomfor pride st the reapit
o 4 their labors Prom the efecolopany
ing. statement or moneys. collected, it
will be seen 'that more than 139,000, ar
mors than tuts-half of all that has been
contributed to the trniversity, has beim.
expended osr the Observatory. Years,.
toot of laborhave been expended in ea=
complishing this. • ;
uSheresrith furnish a - detailed aocenat--
of all subscriptions and. donations to the.
University within the past eight yetrit...
It does not inslude books cabinet speci. -
mein or donationadei. Society libraries.
The whole amount 'will be seen to , be
"Eh concluding, this report I cannot re;
fraindkom congratulating the Board on
the continued pros perity of the Univer—
sity. tits regular and constant growth in
all • its departments, its resources ) its
course®, of study, the number and char;
actor of its- students b the; Increase its
faculty, the diminution of old preiudiceeb
and the inanasing favor with which it le
regarded. So quietly has this progresa•
been made that comparatively few of
ourzen:us - really know 'the.:privileges
bare offered. Even some of those who
espeedelly should know. the-condition
ii.:_loliLe . 06,2*, EiSfWelbanitc..---..:•..
btreleti • those who
.th. ir be ies wit its ,Merits
Par Hi nt urffertrahi.V"With` some distant.
:so adze:west . its- equal.' .Were it
'fiztiometromote loillage.lU praises would ,
be Intitiby nounderk.and •itti patronage
•these- verylpersons - now silent
only hal opposition, and this,
too, an institution ' generous
men are seeking to build up- for
the good and honor of our cities. But . -
here;. Where it is-falsely resumed that
nothing:but iron,'coal and sMoke can be
seen, where are mannkuittudng estab
lishments, costing hundreds , of thou
sandsokad wherelarge fortunes are rap
an educational institution_
,which , dpes not "coin money," Whose as—
sets are only 12001960, is almost unnotic
ed. !Ann choose the hazard of paying
sl,ooCoaly•ear. or resomniending others to.
d stead a distant- and ordinary school,.;
iof 1100 to a home institution. ,
Yet the work of endowing and in eversP
way building up a large and useful •
versitrgoes steadily on. It is moulding -
the minds which are to - direct the indus
tries destinies of these growing
cities. No doubt can now exist of its nl
titnate complete success. Furnishing
every advantage for the thorough train
ing in the professions, literature, science-)
andiart to the high and low, at a rata,'
which will exclude ' none."
sit the students at Work.
hiEssr43. Earrons: I notice in a city
jomrnal -T a communication appealing ibr
employmcmt in what we generally call.
lifikriorsory werk, for the many students.
who are just now completing their year's
studies in the Theological Seminarlectizt
Allegheny. Allow me through: your col
nriins to second that appeal. Some of 1,
these men, I happen - to know, can tell
touching • stories of struggles between.
worldly interest, on one luind, and item
conscientious Convictions on the °that. •
They have entered the lists against pow
erg' and the cold neglect of the - world
with a heroism all the grander,, that lb
looks Loa no, truinveting. They do. not_
receive at the hands of ,the,Church, nor
even other ministry, the encouragement,
and synapa from Which they are entitled.
And aside he cltiestion Op:sotto:et*
them, lethere not a vable c in no• sense
adequatelY retailed, in a having , . at our
command for Christian Worit., 80 /Pug
a tarsi, a body of
.educated and -devotm
ly earriest youngmen such ag, in only .11 ,
year or lwo, the *wherein be compe
ting for and argingSpon them her most
revoneible pewit -What gort of a hicua
poems le going to Se - multiply their valtie
to the church In so short a time P 'four
Intelligent ditisens, who hold their Wealth'
ooaseerated te hob' roes, feel that there
is a call fora fraction of it, they_ must sat
promptly, for these students will soon be
dispersed. " ,
BE are &few of the Sprhtt edicts' of
fashion: Everything:which lungs softly,
and fttitristleh se merinos,
de -I eta., is Tery.fiwitionehle, e.nd In
em po bei si n h g or t P or lc' e yeg oett i une llusl kir fre t illinga ng 'the c914'19 4:'
sou. • The dress muds* In allhettothos i ,
of t wo anis, of disthietir auntresit
tsa?—the under One enders of
ow satin er velvet* the Mier of
cl - merino. • 'With: t h ese we hare a;
Rita *Mkt Atkeket of, either 'yet
cloth, with co = Oka revers' ofroilta4 .
Ba u m la most oases the drawn wear -
.ranged era ' 6o l(lnknisbent the valet; Ina
th e powder, 'dkPOSed-bk.ma9Y fa 1;..
ways, still holds its mro, sit ilk aftelecktr
t o the: promenade Acillette:l l For ,tiidetit
home dreui trains;onstiiine la' tit
:Thetrial of Joie_ phixte Bower_ !to' thei...
murder OM's!, ticimark vaniatitio
is 67; obbiniiinced yostorda,y Hudson,
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