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Trial of Be*. .E. Cheney, of the,
Episcopal Church, at Ceicago, for'
1 . Violation of Churn Rules—The Court
Suddenly Interrupted by an 'wont,. On.
(ByTelegrupii to the Pittsburgh Gazette.] '
emcee°, Julyt—The Eocleshistical
Court engaged inihe trial of he Rev.
• Charles Edward-Cheney, recto ofchrist
Church, for a violation of th canons of
• the Protestant 4•Ephicepal/ Church in
omitting the • Word "ref; nerate" in the
- rite of infant baptism, assembled this
morning st , e Cathedral of
Salrits Pete/end Pa . .After religious
exercises the. Pr nt announced that
the exceptions. en yesterday after.'
noon: the ihe I. for the accused, and
Which had beW held - Ter' adviseMentlit
hir. Thompson.asked the reason for
such decisidn. •
• • Mr. Ot 'thought , such a requirement'
an null al proceeding, and - on ilia re
- quest, t e tkuirtlinSpounded the qiiestion:
Re . Charles Cheney, are you
ga y or notrillty?
• Mr. Thompson—Guilty of what?
The Court—Oulity of the charges con
• 'Dad in the presentment. -
Mr. Thompson—The charges are so in
1, congruOus and imperfect that our client
makes no response to this question.
• , Mr. Otia--ll'hen, in accordance with the
• • proceeding ea laid down in the canons,
I would ask that the defendant be con
sidered as pleading not guilty, and that
' it be so recorded,
; Mr. Thomps_oti•- - .Then, if the Court
detertnined to proceed - with the trial, we
- would ask what time the Court will ap
point for such trial. He then proceeded
to read froskthelanon, - which requires
that not less than twenty diyi shall be
, allowedfor such eases, and claimed that
• • , such would be but a reasonable notice
outside the canon. By right and - justice
. he held that a time and a place be now
axed, not less- than twenty days from
• this date. • -
Mr. Otis—Our canons provide that "no
tics of triid shall be served upon the per
' ' son to be tried with all due haste, and
.• , we are able to show that proper and re
', attired notice has been given defendant
. . . t: •in the present'trial: 'Yf any frtrther time
• .1... is required to subpreq witneseas, the
• Bishop should liave been applied to before
r or at-the opening of the trial. 'I ask that
the Court overrule the objections:
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Court. We then objected to the specili
cationsand charges, in, thp seine good
litfaith. each and eaerY case we have
been treated with a cold "no:" I wish
to ask if we are to he treated with fair
ness in this matter? _
Mr." Otis—l mast suggest that tbigen
tleman is out of order in aoanalog.the
Court of_anhirtlesS, but-the Coln& Is able
to defend itself.
The Court (after consultation; with
assessors) -IThePonft Must defenditself
from such language and bill be obliged
to call the gentleman to order.
Mr. Thompson—May it please the
Court, nothing disrespectful was intend
ed, and I simply intended to ask a ques
- Atter an absenee of ten minutes the
Court came in add the President-announ
ced that the objections had been over
ruled, they beingconsidered insufficient.
Mr. Fuller then rose, arid Said: We
have, up to this time, presented such ob
jections as we had to the jurisdiction and
to the various papers that have been laid
before you and to the Court of which
you. re ,the presiffirig officer, until we
have •reaebed this' , point at which we
shall go no farther. I - have applied to
the Superior- Court of Chicago,for an In
all farther,g, in this case. We
havettetermjqd that if our'client was
smitten: it;arida not be contrary to law,
and we haft bitanctitipelled to purske
this coutee.- liniSheritt of Cook county,
who is i priseuti . icill serve the gentlemen
whom be will titsi named in the writ.
. The Sheriff dt‘Cook county, Gustav
Fischer, then inteasded to serve :the
- writs In due form, his entrance being
greeted with loud and continued ap
plause by the audience. thus giving un
mistakable eildence,tif the sympathies
of a large msjorit of it. ; Assam as able
to be heard, the nt commanded
<miler, and said that if such demonstnie
ton should again *cc= he 'would order
the house cleared.
After the Injunction' bad been served.
the Court _retired for consUltation. and
on returning, shortly after eleven
o'clock, announced 'that an adjourn
meat would be had until two o'clock to-
morrow, and the Colirt accordingly ad
journed. . '
Tie Verger Trial Conetwlot-lU' Dent
I tits Telegraph tOs be 19524 tie.) =3
• SACKSOS, Juiy,22.7lhetrialtirrarPri
botote - the • Military eatambaston ' was
voialailigt to dap bat:the irerdletla not
Aftertlie trial was Coneluded Tenser
wail a nnia bc before. Judge MU, of
the United , Stitesellettit • Coors on
'.*O4ofgo ,c O / 0414 Indio Wa.
lisun 'Verger, on benalt . of -tato p s ia
oneri tititniittted -* PleN to which, the
Jnage449/oeitte, Cot. 'Thos.". Barri flub.
nritted ,- •ep return,' and Terser wee rs.
- inendeit'te Military Culitod ,3r# the Points
involved laving , Nett puma upon- by
Jualte Hill with the 'same result. Tho
t , eneb s will next be heard / from in the ihz
pr m. Court
TAdium: 22. 7 -Vbe Dent move..
ment is supported bY Mitt Rives of tbe .
Psceoluackbcrtii reeelhk geliSzt of
'-1 ) !et , rmorr: aucurof ail p#:l4.'
p~ ~ "3
N N YORK CITY.
1 Insurance Secretary—tfter
e—Raltroad Stoat Milieu*
1 d—Fenian W rongs—Roebling,
;.Bridge Engineer, Dead—Fire in
in t Telegraph to tbe Pittsburgh Gazette.) •
/ ' NEW YORK, July W., 1869.
Frank W. Ballard, for nearly three
yea l l ra Secretity of the Security Insurance
Clotiapan,y, is a defaulter to the amount of
863,000. Speculating is Wall street with
the company's funds is tine' Cause of the
It is stated that the Uni ted . States
steamer &Minnie,' which le ft Norfolk re
cently ovt.a,, secret expedition, has beexi,
cruisdpg in Ilaytituf•watere-for the dap= '
ti re..of the 'ollayttair privateer Hire,.
which has been preying on American
commerce in those - waters. Shi is to be
captured and taken to Washington.
Col. Warner, the Fenian, and J. B.
O'Connell waltedonSecretaries Boutwell
and /Wiese]] linclAttortsey General Hoar,
yesterday, and told them of the wrongs
Inflicted upon Fenian prisoners in Eng
land. They intend to lay the matter, in
dividually before every member of the
Cabinet. the Attorney General was not at
all gracious to them,'and intimated that
the invaders of Canada were a set of
thieves and robbers. -
The MI». en says' the Toledo and
Wabash difficulties have been amicably
adjusted and all suits` withdrawn. The
Company will only issue one million
new stock instead of four millions, this
stock to be equally divided between con
tending parties , represented by Jay
Gould and A. Boody.
John A. Roebling. the well-known
bridge engineer, died. today from lock
jaw. occasioned by his foot being crushed
while surveying grounds for the East
Crabble's Wine Factory, Eagle Lead .
Pencil Company's Works and Barnard's
Hoop Skirt - Factory, all In one building,
in Brooklyn, were burned today. Loss
Lawrence Conners, hurt by the fall of
the arch of a Catholic church in Hhdson,
yesterday, died to-day.
- . - • D. Bogars, the defaulting Naval
Paymaster. arrived to-day from Galves
ton in custody. of arMarabal. He will be
tried in September.
A man named Quinn is now thought to
be the murderer of watchunm Lawrence
of the Hoboken ferry.. - Quinn has fled.
The Cuban,patriota at FoFt Lafayette
will probably be released to-morrow.
Daniel Kelly luau , been. arrested for
killing his father yiniterday, while in
dulging in a family quarrel.
The emigranithip-Admiral, from Bre
' men,"arrived to-night with &large num
ber of cases of email-pox on board. No
deaths have yet occurred. -
Afire occurred this evening. at No. 75
Mercer street; occupied by M'Balde &
Co., dealers in hats, caps and fur goods.
and who sustained a lose of $lO,OOO.
wasbuilding, OWned hy
damaged MOW $
7 11re *Wand Army ail the Repablio, De
partment of New, York, which bas been
in ses s ion here for-the past two , days; be
ton° teal adjonnnzient this. _afternoon
passed resolutkam expressing sympathy
with the Ctiban patriots.
fispublican State Ceniietilicin=ainnint-•
tlows—litesolationa Adopted. •
By Teleigigott totem PAM:lin essiltte.l
SAzi r raa,XCISCO. July Repnb•
limn State Convention 'nOMlnated Lo
renzo Sawyer and 0. C. Pratt for. Judges
of Supreme Court. Also adopted resoin
tiolU. ' -The first pledges the , sapport of
the party to and endories • the acts of
urant's administration. The second as
serts that the negro question has ceased
to be an element of American politica
and that the ratification of the Fifteenth
Amendment sboUld be followed by an
act of universal. amnesty and enfran
chieement'of the Southern people. The
third regards with satisfaction •the in
creasediminigration to this State from
the Atlantic States and Europe ; but
while giving preference to the people of
- our own .race, holds inoffensive emi
grants lrom China entitled to the
cull protection , the law; op
poses Chinese suffrage in any form
and 'any• change in-the naturalization
laws of the' United States. The fourth
recognizes the power of the General Gov
ernment to restrict or prevent ,Chinese
immigration,• by terminating our (sim
mercial relations with China; but be-
Heves the closing of ourrts at present
against the Chinese wou ldbe injurious
to the material interests of the c iast,
a reproach upon the intelligence of the
American people, and contrary to the
a.piiit(ot the iige. The fifth apimoveis the
'elglit-tiOtir law. The Stith endorses the
action of Congrese rejecting the Ala
bama treaty, and considers it the duty of
the General Government to demand, full
reparation for the injury inflicted by the
British Government and people upon our
cominerce during the late rebellion. The
- seventh &Voris the - equalization of .taxa.
lion On all kinds of property in the State.
The 'eighth opposes grants of State aid to
railroads. . .
Legit from Cuba.
CBI Ts:seraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
HAVANA, Ally 0107.02111 of the
United States, named Puntado' and Ca
bles, Orb* have been In priaon sines Feb. ;
titiery. and Senor Gutierrez, a Mexlean,
have been released .thrMgh the inter-'
cession of the Aitneciosti 09UsUlGeneral•
The Splendid Abidetnaa k =stilton In
ttits plt9, sonascausi by the government,
has been turned ,tetq a caafruplopoillem
of the volunteers: '
Tbe total number of estates belonging
tO.Yebell *lda hate been ealblirgeett
the Government up to the present date Is
&LA o r represent
Otst; the 2bp oponefik there.are
Burrai.o, July 22.—The annual Fen*
tealleal di .431Inton forest, tn-dar, was a
grand demonstration. ThOmilitary end
0100 orgoliaticur lite ,Bratherigiod
n org o tt Oct swot ti,t i hg morning A itb
, an& Wine sod'suArnotiense
tArolrd WO l, l l l*Ogitigig i tt arvAta the
:it t einem', Wiens wit') aide by
Mr. Gibbons, of Ilidelph* and
'oro. all the, elevators 11 the
m eats! other businesses wid e o on/POPded
10 onl ao b niehlo - 0h15971 1 4* Parkt ol o lo ll l 8 .. h•
POUR 1 CLOAK,
NEWS BY CABiE.
The Crisis lb Englazd--Protracited Cabi
net Councils Over the .6Dead i Lock" in
Parlianient---Farther Consideration of
the Irish Church Bill in tee !House of
Lords—A Compromise Accepted—The
on'ilatrages in llreland—The
• Political Sltnatioit lbOrtinee—Uneasi
nessin Spala—Anotber Dreaditil Col;
Bevy Explosion—Thirty Persons Mille
eti Outright and Slaty Wangled.
CHTTelegraila to tbi3Vltfabereallsiette:7 •
LONDON, July 21.—The Cabinet Council
this afternoon was unusually protracted
and did not break up untlra' late hour.
No definite result was arrived at. The '
final discussion and future course of the
Ministry is reserved until to-morrow,
when another meeting 'Will be held.
The latest rumors afloat are that the
Government will s nake one list oiler for
a con:promise tidbits, it, resorts to ex-.
trona° . measures' by The - withdrawal of
'the bill. Lords Clarendon, Granville
and 'others, it is said , made earnest ap
peals for moderation, urging the rev
olutionary sentiment of the , masses. At
the present moment, notwithstanding
the petitions of the Ministry, a conflict
between the Peers and the people is in
evitable. The 'crisis wilt be delayed
only from knowledge of the momentous '
character of the undertaking. It 'is ru
mored a disruption of the Cabinet may
3ficinight.—The die is east and the
struggle has begun. The Lords and the
country have fluidly came to an issue in
consequence of the abrupt termination
of the debate last night. Internee excite
ment prevailed among political circles
during the day. =The Cabinet has been
in session all afternoon, and a report is
afloat that great dissension exists in the
. Beasts . Gladstone, Bright .' , Lowe, and
all the strongest members insist on the
immediate withdrawal of the Irish
Church Bill, on the ground of the obsti
nate resistance ofj the Peers to the prin
ciples, which renders a direct conflict
between the.two Houses of Parliament
Some members of the Cabiret, Lord
Clarendon among the number v advised
more moderate proceedings, such as let
ting the bill take its course, and only
abandoning it at the last moment. The
insulting laisguage used by Mg. Salis
bury towards Mr; Gladstone, joined to the
large majoritycast against the preamble,
however, shows,that all attepts to ef
fact a itininikei are useless. ' - There is
dimibt BIM , M.reGladatene swill cinry
his gelistolf sett....itsileserbes tise tffilluinte
distelyiti. !amid tly a
speddradjeektufihnl, tlitebilliffienf an
other session in August end creating a
large batch of new Peers, sufficient in
number to overcome the present Tory
Placards' have • been ppstad on , the
waUs trsday, beaded the People
or the Lords Rule," and calling a mass
meeting at Arundel Hall ibr to•morrow.
This will be followed by • monsteropen
air demonstration. 'A' rumor is" afloat
that the Duke of Cambridge has openly
expressed his indignation at the radical
ism shown by the Ministry, and he hopes
that the Queen will refuse tosanctiou the
coercion of the Peers.
present crisis promises well to
open the bail to sweeping reforms in
England, commencing with the virtual
destruction of hereditary legislation.
LONDON, July 2•.l.—The Times says the
Ministry resolved to preserve the Irish
Church bill In 'spite of the majority
against it in the House of Lo'rda. The
treosion is, the differences te e 311 the
Houle ‘a in respect to the preamble and
the sixty-eighth clause do not offer in
superable obstacles to the passage of the
LONDON July the House of
Lords to-night mere was a full attend
ance of Peers and spectators, and many
members of the House of Commons were
present. The comilderation or the
amendments to the. Irish Church Bill
was. ;resumed. Earl Granville opened
the debate .by= awing that Her
Majesty's Ministers regarded the
vote of Tuesday night as one of a ve y
grave character, but they were unwilling
to prevent consideration of the
other amendments td the - bill, and were
anxious to, conduct the discussion on a
spitjt of peace and copeillation., He pro
posed to Insert the original date of dlses
tablishment, namely, January Ist, 1871,
but should_not -insist on a division of
the Hone& lf the merlon wee , contrary
to the feeling of the House he would
Lord Cairns saidlance the adjourn
ment be had had a conference iritu Bari
Granville. He (Lord Cairns) thought
the amendments remaining" tbw and cap
able of solution. He,. was to tiud
that Earl Granville was actuated by a
similar spirit. Nothing , could be
more culpable on either aide than
to encourage or , protract' the con•
troveray on a MOSSuce of this kind,
where materials for a solution were at'
hand. With that view and that aenti-,
znecit eiterighlnit which took at the
Conference accorded. He agreed nun
the question ot date was of secondary Im
portance, and declared that , he was ready
to accept the original. 'HO advised' the
LOrdd not to Inaba on their aaeitdments
in regard to curates, eeeleshistical
deuces, or the commutatlon'of annuities.
The question with respect to the.. dm*
position of the earplug 'thigh; be left
over, but power shonki be given to Par
'lament to apply le portien , of :the fund
to the alleviation of unavoidable oa.
, * sin 4 g 7 ;Did . 94ciagpx, ► ( yagogggir
"that tie Anil had strong obfeotlonifto - the
bill, but if it was to pass at all, It wad
not.lbr the 'intedeiteor "ttierbbublry or.
gtkoroh.. to ..a 01 9. 1 %.,14, 1 .0TAWM 1 - 8 4 1-
Tbe tad 800.
sal otlierleading rar l i_aoogeW the
oomProoll3B .11114 Praioed g tlyt fi ao
Loral:hart - a Ita` the,present
T i r I rk / Poor 49,:votorotoop the
ow a date of tonastabiltditaant _wad
*treed to, sod otbor;toggidmouto were
1 0 1014 01 .0,4K:'0 1 0 5 0 10 $4,1.0k004 1r)
that none of the surplus shall be ap.olisd
wititotit the separate and distinet ti Unc
tion of Parliament.
The Bit' of Bendon and' tire 'Blair of
Torun protested against titer:where ism
-Earl; Granville thanked Irord Catena
for the trankneior with which he had
tered. into. - confidential; communicatVn
with'the Government, %order So af
down'the diftleeltlealn the way o
litoniSoN, July 22.—The 'Pharr, alluding,
to die *scent agrarian outrages. in Ire.
landoltays: siCenturiei of misrule have
planted perverse viewain • the Irlh peas
ant's breast, which. disappear under •
benifitemt and enlightened legislation.
Per this reason we trust in such meas.
urea :of justical , as the" Irish. Church
bill, which should.ot be left unsettled ,a
moment lenges . then can. be avoided.
Until:lX% settledthere is ;little hope-of
tranquility in Ireland, and the gravest,
- results are to' be apprehended from :tern.
IPorarY:,postponement..; gettYY, indeed,
is the responsibility of those who' have
poWer to. rescue Ilte 11/ 6 =re 'figni ' de
r . . .
The ._,Tfarvard . crew, are at Ptitney.
They - decline tha,challenge of the Lon.
don Oluh. ' - • •
Another dreadful 'Cialiery explosion ,
ocotirft& yeste•rday' RV Helens, a small
place east of Liverpool. • Thirty persona
were WI led outright and , sixty injured.
The itehole sectidu ,of country 18 in
mourning. , .
, Parris, July 22.—The Ministerial Conn
'ell have prepared and presented to the
Elnperor the basis of a Elmatua Conant,
tun. giving effect_to the political ritterms
Proposed . In the. Emperor's message to
the Corps Legislatif. Since the proroga
don of, the Corps Legislatit the Deputies
of the Left have held a meeting to• con
sider what action they should take tin
der the' clrannistiuMes. M. alters pre
sented and explained a protest against
the attitude of the Government towards
the Chamber. and then proceeded to de
velcpe the programme of •palitical,•re
form, but his propositions: were consid
ered too monarchial by the Delnotrals
and were rejected. , M. Julie Fevre• ad
vocated silence fig the present, and'
of hers favored a dissolution of the Chain
her. The meeting adjeurnad without ar
riving at - any conclusion.
The' cifilcial" newspaper to-day says
Victor Doril end Adolpho"Vintry have
been appoin ted Senators. • • -
Etats, July 22.—The amount of specie
in the vaults of the Rank of France has
increased 7.000,000 franca since the last
`report. _ •- •
Itanntn, July 22!" . .—Tbe entry of Don
Carlos in the provinte or Navarre is con
firmed. Great precautions are being
taken by the Government.
• Bnossnr.s, Ju1y . 22.-4. Russell Tories,
the near American Minister to Belgium,
. . .
• WI IV 14 .7 EVir
goIOVITAPE.LiZ22,4pIibet abiam Clow- .
o_b oskitir 4thiugawiurfai,
ed., 1 44,Y.f,!; 7. • - • .
PINANCI4I4 AN Deo.ll2lliEliPtilft
LONDON, July . 22.—Evening.—Consols
for money 93k; ort account 03X. Amer
scan securities : 5.20 bonds : . At London
quiet and steady at 83X. ' at Frankfort 8734
488: Eriel 19; Illinois 95.
LivEnPoor., July 22.--Cottop 'market
steady; middling nplanda 12340; Orleans
13d.; sales 10,000 bales. - California white
wheat 10s. 6d; red western No: 2N. 10d.
Waiter* Flour • 235. Corri-;;No. 2
mixed 40s. for old, and 2916 for new. Oat*
3s. W. Fru Ws. 6d. Pork 995. Beef 905.
Lard 69a. 6d. Cheese els. Bacon 625. Spir
its Petroleum 7d.; refined Is. 6d. Tallow
45a. 3d. Linseed 041 £33. Linseed oakes
lOwnow. "July W..— Tallow 45s 6d.
Linseed oil £3t Is. Sperm oil Ms. Su
gar 39e. ecir spot; afloat tirmer at 283 @2Bs.
3d. Whale oil £4O. Calcutta Linseed
624. Turpentine 283. 3 , 1. Petroleum a t
Antwerp 50 f. And easter. Specie in
Bank of England 469;000 pounds.
FRANILVOUT, July 22.--IL 5. bonds
olosei buoyant at gs!./.
Yams, July 22.—Bourse strong; Rentes
HAVRE, July 22.—Cotton market closed
quiet and steady.
Dartmouth Colleen Uommencement.
Dr Telegraoh to the rittaburgh (iesette.)
HaigovEn, July 24.—Commencement
Day proper at Dartmouth College was
celebrated to day and the exercises hair°
passed oil with more than usual eclat.
A large meeting of the Alumni was held
this morning, at which resolutions were
adopted, with a view to obtain 8200,000
for the College. of which 112.5.000 were
subscribed on the spat. At the close of
the literary exercises, honorary de
grees were conferred as ' 4 follows
D. D., Rev. Edmund O. Iloviy, of
Wabash ‘^'Oollege, Indiana, Rev. D.
Hopkins EMerson, of Philadelphia. Rev.-
Horan° A. Eaton. / of Palmyra; LL. D.,
lion. Jim F. Joy,of Detroit, Michtgan,
Ron. Henry A. Bellows, of New Hemp
shire. Hon. Jonathan E. Sargent. of Mas
sachusetts; A. N., Rev. John. W. Allen,
of Notthampton, ktassachusetn l / 2 ` ,Oasain
Ray. of Lanes:der. New Ilampshire,
J. H.' Benton; of Lancaster,
New ' Hanipshire, Josiah H. Benton,
Jr.. of.Laucaster, N. IL, Gen. John Bar=
tell, of Bath; .N.- tr. . Jno.. Ward Dean, -
Esq.. of Cambridge. Mast, Dr. Wm: X.
hluzzay, of Cinchutati t -0-. Eon. Ryland
Fletcher. of Uttvetidielt•Nl.
Abort severibundred sat down to dln
tier with the invited "guests' and others
who increased the number to nearly a
thousand. After dinner the company
repaired tO the tent. where spembee were
to tattoplace.. Judge... Chaim dell'
And apeephes were mode by. 00% _
of N. IL. 1r,4611- Sherman, •Tol? nrs of
est p mm
VtA HOP. . Ilarrty:'lewetl,. pea, er of
the So l ute of ItepreM'ptatly of MSS*.
ohilllol3. ' • IfOn. Joint WentwOrth, of III:,
tanif *metal' Others: A promenade con
!esti Was itistea 'Which" was'lttritety at
•tendect, • , - -- !i - • , ..•!.., .
'74 l azditsaltdvic'en 41 112 th.iltais
.0 1 0,79lirlth o .Ttil7 wa s quietly °mem
eabY Stdaent . 4meroana. Gov .Rubel
Weini'iinwitti, Mot bisSiorstaiy !Awake
• the dal - codmediatory Veit to' 'tne
'Attie NM Consul." Vhe tatty seitison had
eotntnetthedi The 'Mines Ot °male; °O
ohs. and .Veritsno..-Were, yielding large
quantifies of silver. , •Clend Vega , is mill
• liti,Toplaa tbc_itnext- of, Loud*. It . Is
lOWA "v. calk wi ll certqloty , carry- out; his
' p ai t tc: t. th narthwestern . north:oo=V
ti a for. Misitits at the farthest. his
' . A t thetlPPo 4l bf , X#4fitalli
' polo fitiniatototbifi; ' - ,
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tHy Telegrtibh to the Pittsburgh Gazette:J .
CHICAGO, July 22.—The following
formation is obtained from Lieut. Gen.
The War Department at ' Washington
has issued orders for the transfer of
troops from points in the east to various
miktary posts near the Upper Missouri
riser; along the frontier, which have be_
cock greatly reduced in the numbers of
thettoops left there to defend them.
The Superintendent of general recruit
ing service at Cincinnati is instructed to
forward, without delay, all disposablere
crafts-At NeWport : Barracks, Kentucky,
to reinforce tbe/Sth lnfitut.y..
TheSverintendent of recruiting ser
vice at MW York will 'forward all die
p.mblerecruits at the depot; to the 13th
infantry, one hundred to be serit, via. the
Ctunagoand :Northwestern Ran e: to
Sionr,Oty, /oway-and Ahem* by bristle'
Babird,,,Dakouth e • the balance hot the
cheapest Mute to Corinne on the Union
Pacific Bkilroad, from which point they
Will be 'marched to such' a post occupied
hy the ISthlnfentry as may be designat
ed by the CommandbuttGeneral.
The Superintendent of the mounted
recruiting service, at Carlisle Barracks;
Pennsylvania, will forward a detatch
meat of one hundred recruits to Fort
Ellis, Montana Territory, to be assigned
to Companies F, G., H, and L, Second
United States Cavalry. In each case the
Qclattermasteei4 Department will furnish
the necessary transportation. ,
Generals Sherman and Sheridan have
telegranhed their congratulations to
General E. A. Carr of. the army, on his
recent dashing military expectition
against hostile Todians of the far wait,
General Parker, Co:nmlssioner of Indian:
affairs, gives it ass his opinion that the
effect of General Carr's recent success
over the savages will be to stop the
dian raids and outrages on the western
THE CAPITAL. -1 -
By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
WORLD'S EXPOSITION- .
Bleasurea.have been instituted for the
organization of a company having in
view the holding of a World's ,E,xpord
tiOn of manufactures, &o.; in Washing
tom a year hence.
Nikita proclamation is trade of the
recent convention between the. "United
States and Pern for the adjustment of
claims of the citizens of either Country
against the other. They are tf:k sit at
-Itettirns.from the Land Mike at Salt
Lake City show that during the first two
weeki. of June last eight hnndted and
eighty-three declaratory statements. cov
ering ens hundred and forty thoneand
acres, were filed In that office under the=
_ Edward MOPhensin •satted for
England ozl Wednesday.
—The receipts from customs from .3:tify:
10th toJnly 17th were>d3,1003,549. - •
—Geo. Peabody lett Baltimore miter-.
day for White Suiphar Springs. . -
—The - Northern - Pa.atc Railroad ex
ploring expedition arrived safely at Fort
Abercrombie July 19th. • • •
---Commodo . re 8. 8. Lse, brother of .
Gen. IL E. Lee, died at hls home In
Stafford county, Va., yesterday.
—The damagg done 1:13 , the rains of last
week. In Appanoose oiaunty, Inwa;, says
the eihrin, will not Till short of 1200,000.
—An Italian narned , Louis Montt/Ilse
baa been arrested at idemphts, and com
mitted to jail, for raping a girl eight years
of uge. _ •
—San Francisco Custorns'officers seized
over fifteen thousand dollars' worth of
opium on the China steamer. for vio
lation of the revenue laws. „
—Prof. Studer. of Newport, Kentaolo%
Is in Boone county, digging for mastodon
bones for Can/bridge Univeralty.jle
has exhumed a large quantity. ",
—Commander F. W. Ramsey, of the
United States tlavy, was married, re
cently, at Buenos Ayrea, to Misa Annie
McMahon, a sister or the Minister.
--Wm: Edwards, colored, will be hubg
in the jail yard, at St. LOlliPi about ! noon
today, for killing another tailored man,
named Wilson, at a ball last winter.
A card, signed by numerous citizens
of Crittenden county, Ark., appears in
the papers, setting'fOrth that the killing
of Cant. Haynes; some days since, was
unjustillable. . •
—M. A. Galbraith, of Erie, has - been
appointed Chairman of the Demoeratie
State Executive Committee, by ex Sena..
tor Buckalew, Preaidens of the late
—The eastern bound train-.of the Can•
ti al Pacitio-Hoad was delayed five hours
Wedniukchty night near Humboldt I.lke
bY a wale- spout washing SW/17 a portion
of the road bed. - "
—Four 412 • .
egro men and two women
have been arrested at liscoriab Bottom,
Tenn.; and lodged In jaltatlfempble on
aeharge of murdering a German Wiest
some months since.
—Among the passengers by theatestne
Japan' frourChitii, wnioh arrived at Sad
Francisco, were one hundred and twelve
Chinese womenesent -there for the put
fasaaf,prostitution. .1 • c, as a
-eThe first rail on.the along , ()Hy and
of tite Dubuque anci Sioux City ; railroad
Wal laid on WedlloBoo.;Tae track , will
be put 'down at the rate, or one two.
:mir e s per day until completed.. '.
. The ilpecial (kimmittee of the ii
-. 0 . 0 4 •
Supervisors of 'Cook chunk% Illinois,
appointed to locate the County rroosna
Asylum, have decleed the lodation will
•be on the farm of D.S. ihnnticind *lteq
- —John CtimMin4 - %Wirer* the
, Hingsland Iron 'Works, at ilemidolet,,
Mn., tell from'the top of an eleritiont
'yesterday, a diattuiceaseventy-tivelbet,
and broke his ski/11, him :14-
atantlye., • • 7 , • , :.•
Lad" - Thursday,- luring a Reda'.
thunder shower, two children of M; " , W.
Cook, reeldintr:about. nve saes south.,
,weal of /ow*, while ala,efdag
togetherr ch? Um goer, were
* struck emu
instantly k lied lfghtnlng..
—lieutenant Commander H. B;See•
1ey,.0 - 410 'United Stites • ! , teatner-1/4W4
mokhiut , been arrested Portsmouth,
• alid held to bail on two Warrants,
e.harging him with unwarrabted cruelty
to several seamen of that vessel.
- . -The Canadian Press Ites6e - lation arr.
rived yesterday at Syracian„ New York,
and :were entertained by the. Sy . racuse
Pre with a reception and dinner. They'
proceeded to Owego in a Special train.:„
The excursionists number ene hundred
—A:dvices from various parts of the
west are to the effect that the weather -
for the past four days has been favorable
to . the ripening of the groitdng grain.
.crons. There have been occieumtal
:showers at some points, but 7 no, heavy
:rains since last Sattirday.
the jail: at Ohio, knocked -the
turnkey down and shell:00d ;irk' releasn
iGriffm; who is sentenced - to li6 Inns fat'
murder on next Ttairsdity: The alarm
*as given and `the pletrbired. Sour of
the prisoners who .escaped were rear
—Another sum:4l*A trial of. the `laza
ship Avttor was made-at San Franotsco.
on Wednesday, in thepresence of rnettkr
t hereof the press, a perffor ofthe Chlcagio.
excursion party, and a: number . of Goal
peers. • Several of:the. latter expressed
the opinion,that a larger machine, now:
under construction; will Ws a success..
—A Buenos Ayrea letterof June 14th,
:tikes that Lopez was about - to torture
his prisoners in retaliation for the refusal,
of the Count D'Eu to prevent the Para
guayan: battalion in the allied army_
from carrying the Paraguayan:tang, when - .
Mutates. McMahon interfered, and' de-:
dared ail under the protection of the-
United States: ' '
.-The official * , ote of Washington Ter-,
sttor3g is fifsy4l4o` that:mild and thirty-'
eight; increase in two years sixthotiaand
and ninety-eight. iatfieldfs, Republi
can, majority I for Congress is one hurt
died aim fort y=eight. The.-vote au tuts-
State'ConVentiim wits small, being -four
hundred for and six hand; est and eighty..
Wednesday. if Beloit, Wis. widla;
Deputy Sheriff Johnson and Co nstable.
Hawley.were quietly conducting a stran
srer, whom they had arrested, to the eal--
aboose, he sriddenly drew areyolver and
shot Johnson threngh rho shoulder and;
Hawley, in 'the - abdomen. The letter
-wound will probibly prove' fatal. - _The
prisoner made his escape.
•-4%. Kanawha river raftsman; named
Burns, very drunk drunk. in.the hotel kept by
Ed. L. Quinton, in CLucituzati,.grew bola
teronti Wednesday afternoon, and was 20:
quested by the landlord to keep quiet-
Re refused and stabbed Quintmein Beffirl
pl sees when the latter attempted to put
him out. Wm. Thomas, who interfered,
was cut up badly. The citizens arrested
and took • Burns to .the station house:.
Quinton is dangerously injured.
—lt to reported that the Per. Paths!".
McMullin will be appointed administra
tor of the Roman Catholic Diocese of
Chicago, Bishop Dugyan's restoration to
sanity being considered hopeless. Arch-.
Bishops Spaulding and Kendrick held a
conference with the Roman Catholic &li
~, - ,Taeadipetirening, when, it
is gated , : . rep clergymen were named
fora° tlon , ofAottpgkft&th
If; ew - 101
likelybe -appointed. t
mored that Rey. Father Roles will be re
ininated in • fdaT Shriner charge. Father
McMullin, daring the contest= between
Bishop Daggett and cotainaf hismiergy-:
men, maintained a steady opposition to
that prelate: • , . ,
Addlllonal ll:targets by . Telegraph.
Burrxt,o,. Julys 22. 7 -Flour quiet and
steadY with sales 275 bbls. city grotuxl.
Spring atia;so©6,7s. Bye Flour nomi
; 5,75. Wheat opened with an ad
vance =did fair demand, and closed
quiet and easy, with tales 8,500 btishels-
Green Bay at 7.500 bush. red win
ter.at 8l 43; 7,500 bush. No. 2 Chicago at
$1,39, 7,1100 bush. N0..3 de. at Bi,a2, woo
bush:N.6. l Milwaukee at 81,44, 15,000
busif.'No. 2 do, at 11,40, 20.000 bush. No.
2 do. at . Si t - 29;5; 15,00 d. bush. No. 2 Mil
waukee rhab at 51,41 to arrive, 7,200.bu5.
No. 2 Chicago atvl,4o; and one car white
Michigan at 51,70; Chicago and Milwau
kee spring. held at $1,40(41,41 at the
close. Corn in fair demand, excited and
firm At an advance, with - early sales
-20,000 bush kiln dried and vacuum cured
at 92c and 88c; later sales 8,000 bnah; No.
I western: 95c asked ih the afternoon:
also sales 8.000 bueb. Nos. l and 2 western.
and 8,000 bush. *vacuum cured at 850;
No. 2 generally held at 97c at the close.
Oats opened easier but closed at 77c,witli
early sales 23,000: bush, _western at 75
in the afternoon sales 3,300 bush.- do at
77c. • Rye; smali parcels sell at 81,81). •
Pork 533,50: Lard steady at 19c. Freights
12%123130 on Wheat, Ito on coin, and 7.34 e
on oats to New York. ReCelpts-10,000
bush: .wheat; corn, none; 30,000 bush.
oats; 4.000 bbLs.dour. Shipmentsl-50,000
bush. wheat. .
Dewsoo, July22...Flour steady with
a demand; sales 1.800-bbls. at $6,75©7 for
No. 1 spring; $7,25117.50 for double exti
Wheat: ther e . is light demand;„ salts)
9;000 bush. No. 1 MI waukee Club, $1,45;
1,000 bush: do. sold at $ 448; 1,000 bush.
amber Mi chigan at $1,54, Cornscame arkd
firm; sales 10,000 bush. Ner. 2 Illintda:
90e.; 800 bush. kiln dried at 98e.; it tid•
4,000 bush. No. 1 at 95e. Millteed steady.
Shorts 20e. Ship Stuffs 4 23 e.: Middling&
$26@28, per- ton. Canal freight*: wheat
*are 7 1 fe. to. New :York. dumber
53,50 to Mideon. Railroad fretglats: flour
to,BostonBBo., to NeW York; Oa to Al
13aay 50: Lake Imports; 1,188,000 feet of
lumber. : . Canal eiTorts: 600 ' Dols. flour,
28.20tbusit; wheat, 5,500 bueb. corn, 2e
000,000 feet ofatimber. ' • •
' Nit* ti d e s , W Y 2 t — Clittat sow
ival; 1t "3230 1 for ' middlings: sales'
biles; receipts 11;` '.ex Ny e Gold
111694.,. Exchange—Sterlinit-: 160; New
York . Sight 3rprentium. Flour.. Mune?:
#inpertitte iti 3 0n16,90; double tra MSS
0f 3 . 50 ; rebte - *Etre 26,78. C o rn :, white
oats - 71k. Bran 1405. HIV
- 1134,78. dam; shoulder* is o :elear
rib sides IllNereleatt aides - Info. tiara:
tinny 1234%20er her 22 c.:Sugar nn
,changed : Ittalitaser. no Wait fermenting
'noluttleket-fantd Whlsh7.-1141X Coffee
Cluttaaoi July, 22.-7ln the Afteracon
Ao. 2 Wheat was a shade higheneloldnit
ir,r4ttir, l ;mr a t ii,
c, :6 Corn, were made at 900. Atelier
4u net . ' In the evening Wheat sold to
a limited extent at the aiming . rateS
the ;atternakt board: " Corn quiet awl
nobninal. Nothing was done in Lake
f eights or Provisions ~
N.k.suvitit,o, July W.—Cotton dull:
to* middling,, 8 0 .110, good; , ordinary.
iftej Wheat advancing; red ' Slab@ 4 20 ;
1111 Pbeit $ 1 1 20 @t"„ white, 11.2400.
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