Last Saturday a stranger of slick suit, polished style, two-story collar, and lubricated tongue, struck the city with a letter of introduction to President Angelí, alleged to be from a gentleman of the president's acquaintance. He intended to enter college. Pursuant to this purpose, he went to Moore's drug store and made some purchases to the extent of about $6, offering in payment a New York check for $25. He received his change very graciously and went over to Moore & Wetmore's book store and worked them for about the same sum. It is understood that urgent business has called this gentleman out of the city, but the dealers have the paper he left with them.