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NEWS BY CABLE.
London limes on Spaillsh Affairal—The
"Eve of Serious Events' —A “War of
ItacesP- 7 Gen. Sickles' Official Note to
the 'Spanish Cabinet—Earl Clarendon
in Paris--Ditlicitities Between Spain
and the U. S. Will Soon be Adjusted.
tßy Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.]
Sept., lb.—Evening. —Two
Spanish irott•clad frigates have been or•
dered by the Government to proceed to
Cuba with troops. Three thousand men
have already sailed for the island. and
Beveu thousand more will leave Spain for
the same destination during the present
LONDON, September 15.—1 t is known
here to-day that Major General Sickles,
United States Minister at Madrid, trims
milted to the Spanish Cabinet an official
note protesting, in behalf of the Amed-
can people and the Government ,of the
United States, against the outrages re
cently committed on American citizens
in Cuba, insinuating at the same time to
the Minister that belligerent rights
would soon be accorded to the Cubans
by the government in WashingtOn
should Spain persist in her barbaritiesiw
the it•land, audio her refusal of the terms
' of a compromise with the people. The
members of the opposition to the Ser
rano Overriment assailed the Sickles
dispatch With, the ebject of embarrassing
the Regency, - as 'well as to prevent; if
Ipossible„ any arrangements with the
.Bxecutivein 'ffashington. • ,'
Telegrams troin Spain, addreisged to
and en route for the New York Ilerald,
relative to Cuban affairs; were stopped
at Madrid on Monday, .13th• inst., by or
der of the Government.
A. statement which- has been pretty
extensivelycircniated here, to the effect
that England, France and Austria will
coalesce, with the intention of sustaining
the rights of Spain in Cuba, is denied.
General Prim has telegraphed to. the
Government from Parts to use all dilli-
Fence•in sending troops tofflaba. •
Lextox, September • 16.—The Timm
bas an editorial to.dar on the Sickles
note to the Spanish Government on the
Vahan question, wherein it says: It was
#oterally, believed that President Grant
would not interfere or allow interference
IA the Cuban question until Congress
could vote upon ' it. —IS he less resolute
that formerly, or has a pressure forced
bim to sanction the demands upon Spain
for the abandernment of Cribs, There is
z doubt that. the alternative offered
Spam is the abandonment' of the Is
land er Americrui, recognition of-, the
insurgents. The probabilities are that
we are- on .the eve of serious
events. The struggle will be hope
so far as Spain is concerned.
But the, Government cannot resist - the
impulses of the people. The flame ,of
Spanish pride Is fast kindling, and the.
tioverriment in striving to check it will
be extinguished. From the !float tran
quil provinces of Spain come offers of
men and arms, in order that the regular
troops may go to Cuba. The aggressive
- policy of the United States cannot be
justified by the attltudeof Spain toward ,
Cuba. It is not a question of slavery, for
the abolition of slavery has already been
decided upon. ,It is not a determina
tion of Spain to resist the demands of
Cuba, for negotiations have been open
ed to allow the, severance of the
Island. Setting . aside the question
whether the means to set Culla free are
fair to Spain, it is dcnibtrul if a war of
races might not ensue. If the insurrec.
don is not mixtingiiished before the ces
sion of the Island under the present crit
ical circumstances, the Cones, on reas•
sembling will have to turn, their whole,
thoughts and attention to the difficulties
and dangers of Cuba.
MADRID, Sept. 16.—The difficulty with
the United States on account of Cuba is
I in a fair way, of settlement.
PARTS, September 16.—The Gaulois to.
day states that the majority of the Prince
Imperisi wilt be- announced at his next
birthday, March 16th.
The bullion in The Bank of France has
decreased four million francs since last
Gan., Prim. will have his second audl-
Slice with the Emperor today or to-mor
Pants, September 18.—Mr. Burlingame
and the Chinese Embassy depart for
Stockholm early riext week.
'the Brillion Minister of Foreign Affairs,
the Earl of Clarendon, is in town, and
yesterday had an audienoe with the Em.
The Le Public reports that at a recent
interview with Gen. Prim, the Emperor
renewed his declaration of absolute non
intervention in the affairs of Spain, and
declined to accede to his request that
France should maker representations
against the recognition of. the Cuban in
surgents as belligerents by the United
Duumw September 16.-The Synod
bas decided against the admission of
ex.ofticio members to future Conyen•
tions. , -
The Archbishop of Armagh died to,
day, aged 68. -
Treyne, a balliffo was shot dead at
Abbey Bevy; to day. The culprit, it is
upposed, was a Fenian.
BdiYP'P. , ~
h.rxxstc matt:. 844: - 1 0:4Tbe prospect
of the cotton crop In Egypt is favorable.
MARINE 'I I iIEW B.
QUEENSTOWiA, Sept. 15.—The'Bt0141110r
Ydnglaud arrived ouit
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
LONDON, September 16— Evening,—
'Conbols for money 92g, account 92%.
'Five-Tweny bonds62s, 83; '655,82%; '67e,
.6130 ',62s at Frankfort 87.- Erie, 273.1.
.ElMots, 9434. Atlantic and Great West
ern; 2834. ranch rentes 70f. 500.
'LivEupoot.' :September 16.—Cotton is
./a allUde firmer at 13d. for middling tip
/ landk and 13301. for Orleans; sales 8,000
balep; Breadstuffe dull. California white
whßeit lis..2d.i red ' , tortoni 9s. 9d.001.
101 Western Sour 26k VorriBos. Oats
35.6. Peas 445. Provisions quiet. Pork
104 s. Beef 90s. Lard 765. Cheese 61s.
6d. Bacon 66a. Naval Stores dull.
LONDON, September 16.—Linseed ofl
£3l 78. Common Rosin 65665. 3d; fine
do 17s. 6d. Tallow 465. 6d. Petroleum
atAntwern 563 4 /. Specie in the Bank of
England £198,000. Cotten at 'Havre 156.
Further Proceedings iof the Episcopal
Convention—First Activator Tea Prom
China by Rail. •
(By Telegraph to the ?Moue' stette.3
CHICAGO, Sept. le.—ln the Episcopal
Diocesean Convention this Morning the
Committee on Legislation, to whom was
referred the revision of canon 20, unani
mously recommend the adoption of the
following preamble and resolution
WHEREAS, An ., Ecclesiastical Court
was recently organised' in' thin diocese
under the lower the church in pursuance
of the Droyislonsof canon ID of the diocese
for the trial of a presbyter present.
ed for trial ; and whereas, the
proceedings of ,said gout-were, enjoined
by Civil Court; and the CoriVention hav
ing duly considered the official acts of
the Bishop, and the proceedings, order
ings and decisions, as published, of the
said Ecclesiastical Court,, in said' ease,
and also the published opinion of the
lion. Murray Moira:tan, respecting the
proceedings in such case, do resolve as
First—That the acts and proceedings
of the Bishop in - said case were in ac
cordance with the law and usage of this
Second—Taft said Ecclesiastical. Court
was lawfulf3r and properly organised un
der said canon XX, and all its rulings
and decisions were substantially correct
and were In accordance with the usages,
rules and canon§ of thts,Churott, and as
we believe were .wrongfully `interfered
with by . the civil count.
The report of the Committee was de
bated at length, and after, attempts to re
fer it to various commiities,the Rev. Dr.
Rylance offered the following substitute:
Resolved, That this Convention, hav
ing no doubt as to the waning and pro
vision of certain eel:Loris called in ques
tion in' the case of a clergyman in this
diocese, rettlssia to take any tetioh in the
matter,lest it sholci seem open to the
imputation, in . We' popular mind, that
they thus sought to preJadice the
course of We proceedings now pending.
This ,CotiveMion claims the right to
interpret its own canons at any time
when it may•,seem expedient to do so;
but siinplty deem Sic inexpedient to do so'
at this juncture, lest their action should
seem to be celled forth by motives of
which its members would not even be'
Ater extended remarks On thesubjecri
by Rev. Dr. Wallace, Rev. Dr. Pierce, of '
Springfield, offered the following as a sub
stitute for the whole: , -
WomitEas, canon twenty having been
variously constructed, this Convention
declare that the meaninlit of the portions
in dispute bee relieve: _
First—Section two of canon twenty, of
the diocese of Illinois, is mandatory, not
restrictive Indio force, and,iicep nee ex
clude the Bishop _from Instituting an
inquiry into the conduct of any minister,
whenever he shall -think it necessaryto
Second -Section two of said canon does
'not provide for or allow any challenge
of members of the Court, save in so far
as the right to select from the right pres
bytery named by the Bishop, may be of
the nature of a challenge. -
Third—Section eight of the said canon,
does ,not provide for another citation
than that mentioned in section four, but
is designed to 'secure to the , accus ed at
least twenty days to prepare for trial, by
'ensuring to hiln that period of time over
and above the time required to travel to
the place of trial.
Alter a long debate, participated in
by the Bishop, Rev. Drs. Pierce, Ryland
and others, the substitute of Dr. Pierce
was adopted with but four dissenting
The Chicago Presbytery have voted on
the overture from the General Assenably
as follows: Against reunion of the two
branches of the church, 4; for reunion,
The first direct importation of tea made
by Lun Wo t'Co., and Cny Lung & Co.,
of San Francisco. Invoiced to. Messrs.
Wm. A. Batters & Co., of this City, Ar
rived this morning via the Chicago,
Rock Island & Pacific. Railroad. having
left California Augiist - 80th, and the tea
distriqt . of Foa Chow, China, August SA,
th us "bit rig forty-four dayii on the way, a
much longer time than will be consumed
by future shipments. It was received at
the depot by Nevins &Dean's brass band;
who preceded the cortege of Union
State Express wagons through the prin
cipal streets. -
San Francisco News Items.
My Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gasette.3
SAN FRANCisco, September 16.—The
eastern tnembers.of Abe United States
Grand Lodge Odd Fellows reached here
to-day. The San Francisco brethren
turned out in force and escorted them to
the California theatre, where the Grand
Representatives formally received , them.
The-Mexican residents to-day celebra
ted the fifty-ninth anniversary of the
independence of Mexico. SitilliEe Were
fired from Fort Alcatraz and Ware Is
land. At the navy yard:the national flag'
of Mexico was displayed • beside that of
the United States.
•,General Thomas and star have re
turned from Alaska. -
The first through freight -train from
Chicago arrived at Alameda tn.day.
- The base ball clubs are preparing for
the reception of the Red Stockings, of
Shipments of treasure to New York
the past week by railroad. were laus,pog.
I The Pioneers excursion • left -Sacra
-1 niento for r New York to-day.
Mai Murdered by Burglar
(Br Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette.)
DETGOiTsl3olGoillber 18.-1-Thb &mite of
Henry Willetts, on Limburg street, was
entered last night hurglars.• Willetts'
wife, aroused by the noise, called her
husbandrwhoosprangiMtof be& aridran'
against the burglar, grappled . with him
and threw him, when the burglar drew
a anife and stabbed- Milano six times,
killing him instantly. The murderer
then jumped through 'a' wlud6w. The
alarm was soon given, and a man was
found hidden this morning near the
place of the crime and safely lodged
the station house. It is rePerted th at
Willcitts, the previous night, had effected
an bleurtmoe for 15,000 upon his life.
rirrsutmou, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1869.
VO flt , 0' CLOCK. - .~i. ./Pi.
r Tettviol to 00 ritotturgn ustotta.)
WAstittioTorr, Hopt. 10, 1809.
NNW DISMOCRATIAI rArnit.
It lm atindinced by the Publishing , AN
'lodation that lho,Natdditgtort E.tprcaa
will be Issued on Monday in connection
with the Nationag Infeltigencer as a Dem
ocratic morning journal.
TIII•PARTITE TIMATY iturson:
The dispatch from Madrid, represent
lug the completion of a sort of tripartite
treaty on the parts, of England, France
and Austria to,profect Spell against the
United States, creates quite an excite
ment here, and it is surmised that the
usual eecresy at the Slate Department
has something to do, with the matter.
Senor Lelus and a member of the Cuban
Junta bad an intervievE with Secretary
Fish yesterday, and as a result of It it is
said important developments in Cuban
affairs will be blade:in a few days.
A special telegraM to a northern paper
states that a recent lettet from Minister
Motley expresses dissatisfaction at the
policy he Is instructed to pursue In re
gard to the Alabama claims, &c. On in.
gutty it is ascertained that no such let
ter has been received at the Department
of State, nor any communication which
exhibits such a spirit.
ADDITIONAL REVENUE ASSE&SORS.
Commissioner Delano has determined ,
to sift the income assessment, and to this.
end has appointed a large number of as
sistant Assessors, whose special duties
Rill be to -reassess incomes. The com:.
missions have already been issued: and
the work will commence in the large
THE TES AS ELECTION.
Gen. Sherman has ordered the election
in Texas, which was originally fixed for
the 30th of November, to be extended
through four days, on the suggestion of
General Reynolds that a fair election
could not be held in one day. Some ex
tension will be given Mississippi, if re•
Hon. Giles A. Smith, Second Assistant
Postmaster General, left this evening for
New Yerk State, to be absent a week or
ten days. ,
Accounts from Richmond gate, that
'during August, there were shipped from
that city 1471,000 pounds of chewing,
And +1;000 pounds of smoking tobacco.-
Custom' reeelPts hot week atnounted
NEW YORK CITY.
(By Teb slam to the I'ltt-barea Gazette .1. ''
NEW 'YORK, September NI 'With
. , . -
The investigation of the chargese against
Sheridan Spook and others, was contba
ued to-day, and Mr. Spook was honor
ably discharged. ' • ' ~.
The Nciw' York State ' Ilemeepathic
Medical Society. now in session in this
city, have Inaugulateds, movement for
the erection of a miondmend to EL kit:
Green; hi. D., Father of ,Homceapathy
in America. .
'Reddy, the blacksmith, will be tried
in the Court of General Sessions.On Vies
At the meeting of the Carpenters, and
Joiners National Convention; in Brook
lyn, to•day, a resolution was offered that
the prejudices of members of the Union
against colored people art such that it is
inexpedient to admitt
em as members.
This led to an angry bate, and the res.'
olution was filially : aid on the table.
Secretary Boutwell today had numer
ous callers, among them were Collector
Grinnell, lioraceGreeley and Gen. But•
terfield: He also received delegations of
steel Importers and sugar refiners, who
desired a modification in the method, of
assessing and collecting the duties at the
Sub-Treasury. He met a deputation of
bank presidents relative to the issue of
additional amounts of one and two dol
lar notes, and was also interviewed by a
number of brokers and business men.
This evening he dined at the Union
League Club by invitation of Collector
Grinnell and about fatty .merchants and
bankers of-this city.
The papers to•day publish Cuban let
ters fully confirming the accounts pre-
viously received of the battle of Los
The Remit in Maine.
By Telegraph to the Pittsburga GaZette.)
AuatlsTA, September 16.—Returne
from two hundred'and eighty-three cities
and towns show tab total vote to ;be 79,.
981. Chamberlin received 38,988, Smith,
28,259, Hiohborn, 3,754. Chamberlin's
majority °vat both is 6,955. The Repub
licans have carried every county on the
local ticket except Aroostook and Knox.
AtratEiTA, SeptoMber 16:—Returns
from 331 cities and towns gives Chatiber-.
lain 41,671; Smith 80,70ILlatohborn 8,V9,
and Chamberlatn's Majority will "be
7,600. The Senate. stands 27 Republi
cans, 3 Democrats 'and one doubtful.
The House wit prebably , • stand 126
Republicans and 24) Demosarats.
ST. Lorts,'Elepten43er I.6.—An Omaha
dispatch says: The elecdon on Tuesday
was peaceable. though• excited. The re
turns indicate the election of three Re
publicans and one Democrat to the Leg
islatuta.:and Republ Clerk s :l
Assessor and Commissioner. The Dew.
oasts elected a p robate Judge and Treas
urer, who ran " Oti the Peeples' ticket.
Pueblo, Los and Quinanw , muntles give
increased ' majorities, and
Clear. Creek county, as far as heard from,
Wives a Iteput4lan_maioriV. ‘, .
—There is a report from Sant's Fe,
N ew Mexico, of oontitrued litdian depre
dations in that Territory. Women and
children tisk been , murdered and much
stock ,was driven: away. Colonel Green
had returned from his expeditions into
the Whiteidountsinse having killed and
captured twenty -two „Indians, •and des•
troyed several camps and a large amount
he Forest Git,v base ball club of
tlinveland hbat the Niagara club, of Buf
—The Cincinnati Democratic Conven
tion yesterday nominated a ticket half
Republican and half Democratic.
—The base ball' match between the
Nationals, of Washington, and the Mary-
land, of Baltimore, resulted in favor of
the latter, by a score of 23 to 12.
—The attendance yesterday at the
Kentucky State Fair was the largest
since the opening, and numbered fully
fifteen thousand people. '
—The Olinton House, at Saratoga, an
old wooden building, and two . houses
adjoining, were' barbed last evening.
Loan 510,000 - partly insured.
—At the base ball match to day the Ath
letic% of Philadelphia; were beaten by
the Eckfords in a game of seven innings
the score standing 89 tp 16.
—lt has been ascertained that 15,000 to
.20,000 children in New York do not at
'tend school. The Board of Education
have appointed a committee on the sub
—A Dannolnes despatch says, the Lee
County, Illinois, RepublOan Convention
tits passed resolutions endorsing Judge
George EL Wright for United States
—George D. Prentice and other prom
inent cltitens of Louisville, repudiate
the unauthorized use of their names in
the case of Col. Jesse Bayles' application
for the Mulaville postmastership.
—Discussion was continued yesterday
in the Pomological Convention, in ses
sion at Philadelphia. To-night tha Penn
sylvania Horicultural Society entertain
the members of the Convention et a ban
quet. • ..
—Two daughters of Mrs. 'Midi:lan, of
Fewark, N. J., arrived at Castle Garden,
from Europe, in, charge of their grand
mother, last week, and have disappear
ed. There is reason to believe they were
carried oft by Mormon emigrants who
came over; in the steamer with them.-
—The New York Tribune of yesterday,
says: "We are authorized by Mr. Mat+
well to say that there is no.truth in the
statement that any personal' difference
existed between himself and the
late Secretary of War, in reference to phe
recognition of Cuba, or Upon any other
subject. The relations between General
Rawlins and Mr. Boutwell were never
for a moment interrupted by excitement
and unkindness." : .
—The case of Chas. , Mellen. and Chas.
H. Ward, convicted of the abstraction of
fonds from the United States Sub Treas
ury' came before, the United iill,stes Cir
cuit Court In Boatosp.lytei , • derday:e*tt mei;
tton for a hew sentenep. 'Testlixteny.was
offered and arguments made against the
legality of thsconvic.lon, on the ground
that defendent's confessions 'influenced
the verdict. Case was reserved for future
The Coining ,Fiiiir.4..Caase of John
Clements-11 ime Sall Game.
arTeligraph to the Plttetiortli
STAMM September 16.—Among the
noted horses , that will come to the iair'
to be held herti during the first week in
October, anu_ 4
compebe f or the two thou
sand dollars prize are Jim. Rockey,
Ida, Billy Barr, Kirltyrood, Rolla H.
Rosa; Golddnst, Anydibe, Pilot s Temple,
W. R. Thomas and Twable.
The case of John H. elements, a Fourth
street shoe dealer, charged with de•
bauching the wife of. John H. Edwards,
and listing with her in open adultery,
'came up,to-day. The defendant , plead
guilty an the court fined film three hun
The Red Stocking's biat the St. Louis
Empires to-day, , by a score of 31 to 14.
Further *Toni the' iyomenlii Connell.
CBy Telegraph to the 'Pittsburgh Gazette.)
CINOINNATI, Sept. Vi.--The Woman,'
Suffrage Oanvention- adopted a Constitu
tion to-day and elected officers of the
State Association—President, Mrs. IL M.
Tracy: Cutter, Vice President, Mrs. M.
deLongley. "Recording. Secretary. *S.
M. H. Downek.- Corresponding Secreta
ry, Mrs. M. M. Cole. Treasurer, Mrs. L.
H. Crull. Warden, Mr. J. . B. Quimby. -
The following.resolutiona were passed :
WHEREAS, This Convention, - einem
bled without diatinction of sect or party,
in pursuance of a oalhupon all persons
in favor of demanding suffrage for the
women of Ohio, and of the nation; 'there
fore,' . . !
L.Reioivect, That every 'human being is
endowed with inalienable rights to life,
liberty, and the pursuit of Rappini3si;
that to secure these rights governments
are Instituted among men, deriving their
just power from t e 'consent of the griv-i
erned, and that t o ation without repro
sentation is . tyr riny;, that!' suffrage,
in our Governme t is the inalieniable
right of every in ividual.capable of in
dependent ratio 1 choice; .that dental
'to women of their rights of franchise is
contrary to the ge ins of our institutions
and subversive f its principles, be
cause it deprives ode half of our cit
izens of the ,b easing% .;;of a repre
sentative Govern ant; that, as‘ we deny
the right of one class of men to define
the rights and du4ies of another class of
inen, so we deny the right of one sex to
define the rights and duties of another
sex; that women as a•clais 'have special
interests as wites, mothers, and widows;
and that these interests should be direct
ly represented In the Gwernment; that
wt men as a olass.bave peculiar men
tal and moral characteristics, and are
lavorablo ,to peace, purity, leziperance,
economy, religion, benevoletca and pub-,
ito order;. that we invite the roeveration:
of everyman end iyOmen, irrespeCtlyt.
of party, ' , Creed, plar or nationality In
securing' dutentltAeliti tei. , fheVotifistit*
Lions of States; thltotthEtUnitestetaten,
conterring suffrage pow women nnlthe
' same terms as,; men; .that :We feel Justly
prqqtl , of. theiacilun of those '.-Repreaent
ntives - ILL the LegialatgOtt 1 00 .Beedee..
' who endow:vied to aware ,ti amendment;
striking, tht; ;word. male Irout the Qin
ttitution of 'Ohio; thatioallot t *mina bread
'to working weal= es,Well at to working,
med;;;that. we t iYinpath!ss with the la.
boring blaiSillf of our country in their
struggle agsinstlhe enonischmenti of
-capital;. that are demand suffrage for the
daughters 'of tail as the only means of
obtaining equalpay for equaLwork; that
we recommend the friends ,of woman
suffrage \ to.„organise in _every county,
tonnship and ward,in the State,:to ore
ate 'slid , concentrate poll sentiment
In behalf of, wont !KUNIO: 'lrrentsect•
lye of existing~ party divisions.
CITY AND SUBURBAN.
Councils will meet on Monday after
noon to take into consideration the pro-,
posed location of the new water works.
A meeOng of the Republican voters ef
the First- ward. Allegheny, will be held
at the School House; on Saturday even•
log. VigilanCo Committee will meet on
Thirty Days.—Michael Dean and Bar
ry O'Donnell, charged with disorderly
conduct, were committed to jail for thirty
days by the Mayor yesterday, and this
morning they will leave for Claremont
The attention of " members of Henry
Lambert, bodge 10.475, I. 0. of 0. Ir., is
directed to a notice oh onr sth page an
nouncing the death of their Brother P.
G. Wm. H. Huish. Funeral to-day.
For particulars see notice.
Smashup.—Two freight trains are re
ported to have collided on the Panhan
dle railroad at New. Market, thirty miles
west of Steubenville: We were Unable
to ascertain_ any riarticulars, further
than that there were no lives lost.
Ten Milian, anis coats.—Neely Biwa&
and Tim McAverney, who were arrested
cn a charge of disorderly conduct, bad
a hearing yesterday and were fined $lO
and costa each. which they paid and
Thepame of Base Ball announced to be
played on Saturday between the Atlan
tics and Olympics. is unavoidably post
poned until Saturday, 25th inst., on ac
count of "Broeey," the pitcher, who is
unable to play, having a felon on one of
his fingers. •
Disorderly House.—Michael Egan, a
resident of Virgin alley, yesterday made
information before the Mayor - charging _
Mrs. Swineberry. Mrs. Doulgiass, Annie
Smith and Kate Smith, also residents of
Virgin with keeping disorderly
houses. Warrants were issued.
Sunday. Liquor Selling.—Ohli3f Hague
yesterday made informations before the
Mayor charging Dennis Golden, Charles
Steffuer. H. , A. Bruggeman 'and a Mr.
Weaver with Selling liquor on Sunday.
The actions are ' brought to iecoVer the
penalty of fifty dollars, and summonses
were, served upon the scowled.
Lawton and Monroe., a brace of lively
fun-makers and care litspellers.
Personal.-Lieutenant C. J. Powers,
Fglitith 8: Cavah7l 3 iiLoLitt.Ja.Pow
est% , -..".3-Vrliiiirtiome yesterday from
St. Paul, and will remain a few weeks,
previous to joining hid reglinent in
Texas. }Ala numerous friends will be
unified to learn that theolinutto of Min
nesota has greatly improved hie health.
Lecture.—Rev. GeorgeW.-tilamson, the
able and intellectual President of the
Columbia College, Washington; - D. C.,
will deliver a lecture Ili the :Union Bap
tist Church, — Grant street, 'to-morrow
evening on "The Disett cities - and the
routes of the India trade, from the pint
up to the prtitent." The them:e - is an in
teresting- one and those of our readers
who can appreciate a rare intellectual
treat will do well i fcqe in attendance.
Dropped pead.—Williano Cullenburgh T
a resident of Woods RIM, dropped dead.
on the street Wednesday' evening. A .
post mortens examination , developed the
cause of his death to be heart disease.
Alderman Donaldson held an inquest on
the remains yesterday morning. The
deceased was about forty Years ot age
and leaves a widow and, several children
in indigent circumstances.
There will be :a meeting of the Soldier's
Monumental Committee on Monday .
September 20th, at 4 o'clock P. 31, at
Major Kilgore's office, City Hall. It will
be for this meeting to say whether the
site shall be subjected to a vote of the
people, and if so, shall they. pay - for the
privilege of voting.
By order of President,
• Mrs: Samuel McKee.
Come early if you want eligible seats
at the Circus and Menagerie. • -
Jefferson Clue' of 1839.
.of the - Washington.
Examiner gives an account of the re:
union of this class in connection ;with the
commencement of Washington and •Jef.-
ferson Gallege,• Of forty.five• members,
the niimber of the class at the period. of
graduation, but five responded•at , this
meeting, viz.: Rev. James Coulter, of
Coultersville;, Pa-; Rev. S. F. Grier, of
North Cumberland, West-Va.; Bev. A.
C. WClelland, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Rev.
W. W. Woodeng l of Saltaburgh, ;
of New Hagerstown, -
Ohio. •Proqi a historical sketch read on
the occasion, by -Rev. IsliClelland, it ap
pears that fourteen members are known :
to be dead, and twenty-four or twenty,
The enariletS ,ItsUway,
- TheWashbigton.,Exansiner says:. ”We
learn that in.those sections of the Char
tient Valley Itillway. betVreen Mansfield
and Canonsburg work is beinir pt shed
forward with.:great vigor, a very laiite
number of lsboters being aotirely em
ployed. So faVno opera ti rtionons have been
commenced - on that. po lying be
ttieen Canonsburg and Washington
'Some few releases have notyet been oh.
tained,ibut we believe the priucipai trots-,
lies in determining the route from,
.Swing's to ihis.platle. 'lt le :hoped,
,however that matters will be satisfactor.
illy arra i nged Within - a conpla of weekei
.see Lengel,',the only i tiger king - In
eitner hemisphere.: - A.- •
United States Court. •
In the bankruptcy branch of the IPM.;
ted States , Court yesterday morning,
John F. Tiffattny, 'of Crawford ObtuitY,
tiled a petition for adjudication in bank
Petitions for final discharge wore filed
by John Edman, of Centre 0 0 nnP9i Moat
Downs, of Potter county, And B.
Triviels, of Clinton county.. The usual
orders were made..
liteinenlber Ames '' Oren' Imo Mesas
este opens in Allegheny city to-clay.
An Informer's Operation—Magistertat
Cuplaity--Intcresting to our Direc
A _small transaction of a paufessional
"Informer" and his Aldermanlo col
league, which has just come to light,
pertinently illustrates the • method by
which these gentleinen '(?) manage to
make the linsiness ; profltable.,- It' some
is likely to, do so in thepresent case
fore it is finished. •
In the latter part of May lasit4l. Dier- • •
etein L a saloon keeper, having an estab
lishment on Spring Garden avenue,
enth ward, Allegheny, 4as brought
before a Pittsburgh Ald erman on theist
formation of a 44 professlonal," forselling :
liquor on Sunday. 'The prosecutor duly •
testified and the case was decided against
the defendant., And le• WU mulcted to
the sum of fifty dollars • .and coats,: •
amounting in all to 058,15. Aocording
to law half this !hie, twenty.five dollars,
should ' be . paid' the .-pliectors of
the Poor of - fog t the'
Fund. It'dldn't-go, hOwever, In that di
rection. Other uses were had for it;
it 801311114 according to the following,
• copy of . gie. original receipt
given in the case by• the ; prosecutor, and
drawn up by the Alderman ;
"Received from X. Miranda' the, 1111111 '
of fifty-eight dollars and fifteen cents for
debt and hosts of• an execntion issued '
from docket, ComnionWealth of - '
Pennsylvania ' and Guardians" of the Poor
of Aileghenycity, as for • informant, • "..
issued to Constable julls 9,- l&5. • •
._ -- --1— Constable, '
Pittsourgh s tune 12;1,869..
There is a - 'little ' discrepancy -of l -. •
.dates here, showing &slight di ff erence of r:
four years. This might have been done '
as a blind to cover up subsequent-fiction* •- '
or it might have been a , slip of the pen.).
The case is nUttle doubtful. • ••,. ,
The next alai th-. which the, nnfortu
nate victim 'was subjected Was. a."c
nal suit'for the simieffense, brought by
the same- prate:inter, - which resulted in:
his commitment to jail for ten days; and.
an addttioaal ffiati- of fifty dollars end ' '
costs imposed lay the 'Court. -hir. 'Toler- - - '•
stein went tojalhon th e first of-August s
and when released, commeneed-_an in.
vestigation of the proceeding. In the
progress of this Work he 'halted at the -. .
office of thi•Dlrectors of thii Poor, Alla- - •
gheny City;' . With'the receipt as given
due the. Board had , never been paido er. '
The Secretary; testified to this by wri
on the receipt:: , .; . • • -
"This money was not paid intp be
Poor Fund of the city of ~.is-11.egh ~ . .
• - -1- 10... - hiCtion•Rinit, Sec?y- to the'
' -Board - of Directors of the or:
September 16, 1869. • - •'- •
An ,interval of three months vlng
elapsed Eine* the money has been paid
to the Alderman - aiiil the, informer, the
charitable supposition thatthey had been
pressed for , time -is
'deprived' of 'lse
weight. Such' istbe...hietery of a trans- •
action" which ' Is' 'only one . of,
,many instances of the-trandulent Chime-, '
ter of this nefirldui - blisineas. -- It is; how-
ever, not likely that thie•case will beef-
lowed to rest hire. ..,71X "Delistein• evens
his determination tevbavel the :iit.t. - Iti" "
thoroughly sifted and•:the- oriminale ex- •
posed. For that reason we have refrain- '
ed from giving Any names until further
progress ii mad& - - - • ' '
An Endorser's Trimbleir.
Rodert Fianklin brought information
before Alderman Shore against Henry;
Slagle for false pretense. Ihe trouble
arises out of some, endorsements. Frank
lin alleges he' was - induced to endorse
two notes, emotuiting in the aggregate
to FOO, for Slagle, who carried on the
tinning business and who reptesented he
_could easily extend his business, so as to
pay the notes and make a handsome pro
fit besides. After. then securing .the
money, according to • Franklin's state
ment, Slagle bought material; but rapid
ly turned it into cash again, allowed one
pf the mates: to go to .protest, - and was
about clearing out for Kansasimhen in-
formation was made egainschim. The
accused Was arrested, and held for a
hearing. t: •
New Goods and Great Bargains At the
Poptilar Corner Dry Goods Store. •
Our worthy and enterprish" frtend,',
Mr. Richard Dsaker, propri etor of the
popular Corner Dry Goods S rei Fift h
avenue and Grant street, ; has, juet
opened one of the finest stocks of getter- ,
.al fall and winter goods that h lials ever
brought to the city, and this is saying a:: -
areat deal in. Its favor,: It has ;been .se.; ,
lected with great carefulness • .. with the
.'sole view of pleasing the onto' , directed -
towards this old established ;Souse", It ;
embraces everything' in the line of 'theism
goods, and hat been Purchaidd at :snob, •
reasonable prices that Mr; Deaker pro=; - .
poses to sell at nearly fifty perdent.'lesa ll:
r i .
in prides than what prevail e d last sea -'-'
BOIL We earnestly urge • ourreaders to
favor,.Mr. Deaker .with- a . phratardag
visit, as we feel assured that his elegant
new -stock at specially reduced priceit;'
will please all no call. • .
_., , . • ~
• See Harry one; the great and Inn.:
-rivalled somersault. rider. 1.. • •,.
President Grant, While driving • down
Fifth ayenne, in an open carriage, and:,
denly dried out to the driver:, to- halt at.
the cOrner . of Wood etreet so 'that lie
might take a look at the prosperons and.
extensive trunk roantifacuny i r Joseph
Liebliit. He was anxious,lik e every
body else, to see where tb -hest and
cheapest trunks, valises and carpet-bails
are made and sold.'
MY. A. Glideufenny e 45 Fifth avenue,
haa received the October number.of the:
"Ladies' Priem!, Min Peterson:e Monthly
:Magazine of Literature and Fastiiiin—
good end cheap:
Wool Shawls, long and scliaret fan
A.raba, of all varieties. at ..Batea Ben%
11. Warner,`.s s Fourth , Avenue %
corner of Market street, will _open Fall,
Hats and Bonnets In his Rebut r6Part
ru• t; Tuesday, September
t'Happ* .Titole,Y l Is th e
quintessence of wit and heammo,
g u itsheimer. next aoor to the_ Postof.
lice, on Fifth avenne t seryes 33p4he best
meals in the cleanest. meaner, and at
Millie Tamar bewilders and astonish'.
es yon with her daring.