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PHILADELPHIA, MONDAYJULY 13, 1868.
VOL. X-Ho. 10.
i DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS.
JttnU Dates to Juno 30.
Tfco Departure of Ex-Tjiinis
ter Adams frorji
Inauguration of the Lullier Monn
mcnt at Worms -Tlo
Mt:, KtH t., Kta, Mt;
By the arrival' at "?w York of the steam
ship Bremen we I'av European advices to
GR BAT BRITAIN.
Kral' Adrm' I)prlr-Futu Re
lations c f i ' UokalriMi
j-nm the Land on Jteu, Jun 30.
On Saturday Mr. Adams sailed from Liver
pool lor Am ei lea, after having tilled for more
than seven years ihe office of Kuvoy from the
Tinned BU'.es to the British Court. Wishes a
k ndly s 'the friendly welcome wblon awaits
Liui in hi' ownouuiry will speed hlmaoross
tbe ocean. Mr. Adams has. during the past
elabi seara, been most strictly mat wnioa nr.
h anmetlmes Deeu called aa la.
lerDRlloual man. The services which hehasreu
deiod to toie own country daring his term of
office -were scarcely Inferior to tuose
which tt owes to Lincoln and Urant. They were
leas conspicuous; history, perhaps, will take
Irsa account ol ibeni; but they were as rel and
as essential. Mr. Lincoln's single-minded
BtalfsroanHhip, Gram's military genius and
dogged Saxon persistency would nave fallen
suoil of lue success which they were me prime
Bit ttla In achieving, If the Northern States bad
become embroiled in a war wlin England. That
tnis eatasiropbe to botu countries and bom
hemispheres, and, Indeed, to the whole human
race did not befal, was mainly owlug to Mr.
Aoatas, The feeling on botn sides of tue Atlan
tic was such that it needed only occasion and
Slight stimulus to bring about a collision
and war. Mr Adams mediated between
the angry passions which raged in Eaglaud
and America. In dolug so he exercised
What diplomacy has aflVoted to be, bat hs
seldom proved Itself a ministry of peace. To
the tialnlng of a lawyer, tbe experience of a
politicl-n. and tbe bigu breeding of a cultivated
gentleman, Mr. Adrms Joined a conciliatory
Temper, and mat rare gift of moral prudence
Without wulcb genius aud capaoity are ofien
only sp endldly mischievous, it may be rea
sonably expected that In America Mr. Adams
Will flud scope forserl;s analogous, if not
Ttre tsely slmiiorto those wbicb he ns rendered
in England. The work of keeping the peace oe
twi eu the two countries will be easier in future
ih n it bas been In trie past. Mr. Adms has
p en greatchHiig. a effect taemselves In Eogiand
durli.g bis residence among ui; auuBUil greater
changes have been brought to pass in tbe
Unlud 8'ates. Tbe free and Industrious people
Of the Norlb and West have become tbe on lef
political power la America; aud la Kagland
the working classes have louud a po'ent, If not
a predominant H flui-nce in public affairs. Toe
two nam ns will understand each otner better
than it elr ru ers sometimes do. Tne England
Of Oladsiorte and the Uuiled States of Adams
are little likely to renew tbe Jealousies of tne
Kntl niof Casllereagh and the United Sta.es
After Bishop Coleaso.
A deputation iromtbe English Church Union
he ded by Durd Nelson, walled on tbe Arcn
bisbopof Canterbury aud presented bis (irace
With an address declaring tbat tney renouueed
ail Christian communion with Bishop Oolenso
until be repented of liis errors. Tue address
u sluned bv upwards of twenty lb.ou.snnd
cleilcal and lay oommuuloanls of tne Church of
England. The Archbishop, In reply, was of
opinion that tbe BIshod ot iNaiui naa been
spiritually deposed from bis functions. Like
the deputation, be was careful to designate his
right reverend but heretical brother "Dr." Co
lenso. The Bosi of Theodoras.
' Tbe London Star, speaking of tbe son of the
late Emperor Tueodorus, no en his way to
England, sa a: t'lieodoi us' Bin Is tbe mater
nal grandson of a former Frluce of Tlgre, wbo was
deieaed aud c-murou by the Abyssinian King.
His mother. It will be remembered, uled of
conbuoipllou a lew days after ber arrival la tbe
British vamp, "be prayed that the guardian
sblp of ber son might be entrasted to Captain
Speedy, for wboiu, years ago. Tneodoru enter
tained a high rexpecu Hir Hubert Napier hits
complitd with tbe dying requestor the poor
Oneen. and the lad Is uow on uis way to Eaer-
lund. all Ab sslnian sornames have a disilact
meaning. "Pure gold" Is tne meaning of tne
Queen's Dame, and singular to say, the young
Prince's name Dejaiou Alamalo is translated
'ilas sten tbe woria." .
Iaanguratlon of turn Luitair Mosuaist
as Warms Am Iiaposiag Hcmm.
Berlin (June 27) Correspondence of London Times.
Tbe city (Worms) in which Lutber, pleading
belore bis sovereign aud Hie assembled estates
of tbe Ho.y Kouiau empire, vindicated the
(impel against Sctcerdotal encroaunmeut 817
year a. o. lias just wiinessea iue lnauurauou
of a mui uuimt to bis bonor. Froia otner
Staines previously erected to him tbe new one Is
aixtlugnisiiea iu more man out) respeui. xi is a
tribute uald by all Froiestanl Uermaay, sub-
scilptlons having come in from every oouuty la
wbiun tbe reformed lalta has gained a footing.
It is a memoilal dedicated, not to a man, but to
a ix riou. ne. petuatlng alke tue emv of Luiber
and bis astoclat-s lu tue sacred exploit; audit
bas been uuveiied at a lime wuen tuere are
s in plums of auotuer religious rnovemeut,
wblvb, wba'ever its lmmeaiate result, will
n t matey exerolse considerable Influence on
IbeueslluKS 01 miner s country auu couniry
In klee abd rich variety of design the monu
men l bus no equal, lu ibis respect It is an Im
provement even upon Haucn's Frede lok tue
Ureal, with Its host of generals ranged around
the Lase. It is nota statue, but a oomoiualiou
oi eleven btslueo grouped arouuu and sur
Iiioubteo by ibegigautlo llkenessof tbe Tau-
riuglau miner's u. Asceuaiug a lev steps you
ire. a on a graune Dase tony teet Bquare, en
closed on tnetnieeotber slues by aoattiemeaied
baini-traue. In lis ctulre Lulaer stands pre
emiiieut. Beated on tbe lonr Dinars Droluciluii
from tue ooruei s of Lutber's pedestal you see
clustering about the master mind bis four
precursors, wbo aiiempted what he aoooua
plisbed. To this uouis array the EngiUb,
French, Iullau, aud Slave nations nave
eucu furnlsbed a mensber John Wloklifl'e,
Petrns Waldus. Jerunlmo eiavouarola, and Jan
Hohs. Tuen turning lo the oirsumferenoe, you
notice seven more statutes uis riuuieu arouuu.
Occupjli.g tne toor corners ot the balustrade,
and sepaialed from the centre group by tne
Inner space, are ine veueratile figures of two
regal and two clerical allies of tne reformatory
hero. Kiaderlo tue Wine, Elrclor of Maxony
snu Philip tbe Ueuerous, Landgrave of Uejstt.
Imperbouatlng power and prudeuoe, watcu tne
front; Puliip Meianchiuon ai d Juun Ueuobllo,
wllb ibeir solid erudition, are at tbeir rear. To
these lonr, or, adulog tbose la tbe ceutre group,
nine gieut men images of real beings are.
With questionable taste, untied tbe symoolloal
Slatutes ol three cities, celebrated lu tbe history
of the time Augsburg, Magdeburg, and
(spires, three msjestlo women take
op the oeutre of each side of tue
balustrade. Healed, aud looking up to Luther,
they pleasingly relieve the four oorner statues,
nihicb are standing, and have their faces turned
In tbe same direction as tbe central flure. To
s dojustlte to the many places wnloh bave like
wite at served well of tbe cause of rellgiuus
liberty, the battlements of tbe enclosure
are on the Inner side decorated with tbe
fsentcfteona o weniy-four other Uormaa
ties. These are Brnr;4W0it Bremen, Con
stsnor, KlMDRcn. iirtfben, Kmdea, niTuri,
Frankfort, Halle, Hr.mbQrg, Unlibronn, Jen,
Konlssberg, Ilpslc,, iindao, LabeoK, Marburg,
Memlmgen, Nor-jllngen. Klga, Boomaikal e i,
B raebnrg,wlttonber and Worms, Tnus stands
tievonuerful struotare before us, a pelrlaed
piece of blBiorv, silent, yet eloquent to any one
wbo knows wnat hasonoe agttated mankind,
and bas a preseaUmsnt of what will agitate
On a fcleuile pedestal of subdued color, sur
mounted with two bronze squares, stands
Lather. It Is the etout, sturdy share familiar
to every eje. It is tbe dear old .veil known form
with lis bouesi features, and calm, Imperturba
ble eye. as painted by cranaob. Wltb faoe
turned p wards, be rests his ell nob ed flit on the
oloeed Bioie, ss If altering the famous verse of
bis beaaiiful ettorale 'Dot Wortvit eollen leuten
tttm, From an artistic point ot view It mlgnt,
peibaps, bare been better to give bis bead a
more iDcllned position. In a statue of ten and
a toelf feet in befgbt.on a pedestal ot sixteen feet
a lace llfud up to heaven cannot be well seen
from belo-w. A belter view, however, la ob
tained from the side than from the front.
A despstch dated Worms, June 25, says: The
Xnost important part of the Lai her celebration
vis., the unveiling and dedication of tne
memorial took place to-day. Tne weather was
very rlne.Bnd a great number of people were
present. Tbe preliminary celebration yester
terday ecDMsted In speeches and sermons,
liub were deliveied la three churchex, and a
soiree in the evening, at which Dr. Eioh, of
Worms, In the name of the Celebration Co ra
mi! tee, madeaspeecn to the guests, wmcU was
followed by several otbers.
Livlne service being over, a procession was
formed, "which arrived at tbe place where tbe
celebration was to be held at 1P.M. Imme
diately afterwards the royal party arrived, and
were again loudly cheered as they took their
places la the pavilion whloh had been
erected for their recepilon. Tne large open
space wbeie tbe memorial Is erected Is an elon
gated square, surrounded by flue buildings.
On tbe southern Bide of the sqnare a large
covered saloon, capable of seating some 1100
people, bad been put up, while on tbe other
three sides other stands bad also been ereoted.
Opposite tbe memorial was the stage for the
speakers, rather on one side of the royal pavi
Iiod, and close to a balcony where were tbe
rojsl suites and thehlarn officials. The royal
party comprisea tne iting ana tne crown
Prince of Prussia, the Uranl Dukes of Hesse
and Baxe-Welmar, Prince William of Baden,
all In full ODlform, and the Princess Karl of
Hesse. The urand Duke of Baden, who had
been expected, was unable to attend, tnrougn
Tbe celebration commenced with a chorus
for male voices, accompanied by wind instru
ments and composed by B. Lacunar, the words
Irom tbe 6tub Psalm.
Dr. A. Oppermann or the zittaa. the brother-
in-law and biographer or the late Heir ltlets
che), the sculptor of the monument, then as
cended tbe platform and made astirlng speech,
in wbicb be narrated the history of the origin
of the memorial.
This speech was followed by the "Halleluiah
Cborns:" after which Dean Kelm. who was one
ot tbe originators of the monument, spoke at
some lengt n. w Den ne naa nnisaed, tne statue
was unveiled, and tnewnoie assembly joined
In tbe srand old chant "Elne feste Bum." Tne
trumpets sounded, and at Intervals salvos of
artillery were aiscnargea.
.After the hymn was nnisnea, uerr zimmer
maDD, from Darmstadt, made a speech. In
wbicb be explained tbe object of tbe memorial.
and formally delivered it over to the authori
ties or tne town or worms. Another nymu
was sung, and the Burgomaster of Worms then
formally accepted the monument. At this
point tbe royal party left their pavilion and
ascended tbe platform la order to better hear
tbe speakers. This step was received wltb load
enters, ana mespeeenwas interruptea by toe
Prussian national hymn, "Hell dlrlm Sieges
krauz." whloh was sung by the whole ai-
stmoiy. 'ine singing over, tne tsurgimMier
unianta uis Bpeeon, wiva wuiou tue actual cele
Q,n Victoria's Greatlma;.
Queen Victoria sent tbe following telegram.
naiea juue li, to ine ning oi crussiu, at worm:
Prav. exDresa to tbe committee for the ernnilnn
of the Lutheran Memorial my most heartv
congratulations upon tbe successful completion
oiibeirtasK. rrotestant uugianaoora'auy sym
pathizes with an occasion which unites tbe
Protestant princes and peoples of Germany.
Vbe Trial of Coast Cfsorlaskjr.
At Munich, on Saturday, June 27, Count
Chonnsky was found guilty of oomplioity In
tbe poisoning of the Countess Chorlnsky, and
was sentenced to twenty years' Imprisonment
In a fortress, and to exile It he survives. Few
persons will consider the sentence too severe.
Lhorinsky's gnilt seems to have been of a
deeper shade tnan even that of his wicked
mistiess. He was a coward and a hypoorlte as
well as a murderer, and he does not appear to
bave bad one quality mat was noble or chival
rous, or that could have ever become so.
Tbe Papal Allocutlam Plus IX aad
Tbe following is a translation of the Papal
Allocution delivered In the secret consistory,
held on the 22d June last:
Venerable Brethren We should never have
imagined that, alter the convention agreed to
nearly thirteen years ego between ns and the
Emperor and Apostolic King of Austria, to tbe
great Joy of all well-minded men, we should be
obliged to lament over the miseries and serious
miBiortunes which, by tbe machinations of evil
disposed met-, now afflict and annoy in a de-
tilorable manner the Catholio Churoh In the
'.mplie of Austria. In fact, the enemies of our
divine religion have been uuoeaslag la their ef
forts lo destroy the said convention, and to do
tbe great eel barm to the Church, to ns, and to
tbis Apo4tollo Bee. On tbe 21sl of December
last the Austrian Government passed an odious
law, to be carried out aud strictly observed
in every District of tbe empire, even In
those districts where tbe Catholic religion
exclusively prevails. That law establishes free
liberty for all opinions liberty of tbe press, of
every faith, and no matter what confession or
doctrine; It grants to the members of every
coolession tbe right of establishing publio
schools and colleges, and members of every con
lession are allowed to be admitted on tne same
footing, with ibesauctlon of ibeBlate. Alihouga
we lei l treat grlet on being Informed of the fact,
and wished to raise our voioe againBt It, we
nevertheless gave proof of forbearanoe, and we
deemed It advisable then to keep silent, culerJy
supported by the hope that the Austrian Gov
ernment, lending a doolie ear to the just com
plulbts ot our venerable brethren (the holy pre
lutesof Austria) wouldreturniomore wholesome
ideas and adopt a sounder determination.
But our hopes have been lrustraied. la faotl
tbe same (iovemmeot, oa tbe 25th of My of
tblspieheot year, Issued another law, which
extends to all the subjects, even the Catuollo
ones, of tbe empire, deciding tbat sons bora of
a mixed marriage, must follow tbe religion of
the lather, and the daughters that of the
mother. Moreover, tbe same law suppresses
entirely tbe validity of tbe promises wnioh the
Caihoilo Cbnrob, with reason and with the
gieatest Justice, enacts and prescribes abso
lulely beiore the oelebratlon of mixed mar
riages. It makes apostasy Itself a question ot
civil law, both as regards the Cathouo religion
and tbe Christian religion generally; it
suppresses all authority of the Churoh
over cemeteries, and Catholics are
beund to allow the bodies or
or heretics to be burled In their churchyard. If
they bave not any of their own. Moreover, the
same Government, on tbe said 25th day of May
of this ptesenl year, did not hesitate to promul
gate a law ou mardrtges which entirely cancels
all tbe enactments agreed lo in the convention
already alluded to.
Yiu see, conaequenty, venerable brethren
bow necessary It U strongly to reprove and con
demn those abominable laws sanctioned by the
Austrian Government laws which are lu fla
grant aonlraalotlon with tbe doctrines of tue
Cstbollo religion, with its venerable right, lis
sui uorlty, and Its divine Institution, with our
power aud tbat of the Aposiollo Bee, as also
with our Concordat, already quoted, and
with natural rights Itself. In virtue,
then, of the care of all onurahes entrusted
to us by tbe Lord Jesus Christ, we raise
our voices In your most illustrious assembly;
we reprove and we condemn, by our Aposiollo
authority, tbe laws which we have enumerated,
and everything, general or special, In those
same laws or in matters whloh refer to eccle
siastical right, which bas been decreed or at
tempted unjustly, In any manner whatsoever,
by Ibe Austrian Government or Its subordi
nates, whomsoever they maybe. In virtue of
tbe same authority whloh appertains to us, we
declare those decrees null and powerless in
themselves and In their effect, both as regards
the present and the future.
Terrible Explosiem of Nltro-Glyesrlae.
A ParlB letter of tbe 29th of Jane reports:
A teirlble ex plot-Ion of nltro glyoerlue has
occurred at Quenast, In Belgium. A wagon,
accompanied by M, Urlllet, who manufactures
this dangerous article, brought 2000 kilogram
mes (llllpounusi to the quarries belonging to
M. Zaroan, where It was to be used In blast! a g
operations. The wsgon arrived at toe quarry,
followed by M. Grillet, already men Honed,
three soldiers and two work meu to unload it;
two carpenters were working at a little dis
tance, and a young girl was close by gathering
shavings. At 4 In tbe afternoon a tremendous
explosion occurred. The personsjust mentioned
disappeared in an lDstant, having been blown
to pieces, and tbe shock was felt at Loth, eight
miles off.; A store close by was quite destroyed,
and the bouses, trees, and fields within a circle
of five hundred yards were devastated. Neother
lives have been lost.
Vbe Polar Expedition.
The Swedish Polar Expedition was to sail
from Got ten burg on the 1st of July. The offi
cers and gentlemen appointed to accompany
tbe expedition include two officers of the Hoyal
Navy of Bweden, Captain Baron von Otier,
Lieutenant Palander, Professor Nordensviold,
Dr. LemBtronl (who under his title of "Physl
ker," will take charge of observations In physi
cal science); next, four soologists. Drs. Malm
gren, Bmltt, Nystrom, and Mr. Holmgren, and
wo botanists, Drs. Fries and Bergren. Beside
these theie will be a geologist a nd conservator.
THE EXPRESS BOBBERY,
Additional Particulars of tbe Last Iadl
asia Outrage Iligbwaymem oat tbe
Tbe Cincinnati Timet, of Saturday evening,
gives the following additional particulars ol the
daring attempt to rob the Adams Express Com
pany's car at Seymour, Indiana:
For some time past the conductors and other
officers of trains bave noticed a lot of well
known scoundrels of Beymour lounging around
tbe depot, and entirely too inquisitive about the
Srlvate affairs of the Adams Express Company,
o well convinced were they that another guer
illa attempt would be made, tbat one of tbe
engineers, James Flanders, went to the Express
Company and desired to be allowed to work tbe
matter up, by remaining off for some time at
Beymour. To this proposition the Company
readily consented, as they knew Flanders to be
one of the gainest and most reliable men on
By an unusual amount of cunning, Flanders
had not been in Beymour but a short lime be
fore he became intimate with Vol. Elliott,
Frank Sparks, John Moore, Charles Roseberry,
and Henry Jerreil. It was not long before they
imparted to blm the Important secret that they
would "Morgan" the train, leaving St. Iiouls at
8 P. M. of Thursday. At once la ormlog the
E press officers of the knowledge gained, a
Btrong guard was placed in tbe car, and Flan
ders, having left Beymour, took his place as the
engineer of tbe train, making an unusual stop
at Brownstown, tbe place designated for the
robbery. As soon as the train stopped Flanders
Jumped down and commenced his usual exami
nation of the machine, to see tbat It was all
right, after which be got up, and was almost
instantly confronted by three of the gang with
cocked revolvers, whloh they plaoed In done
proximity to his head, one being Jammed
against the eye hard enough to make a severe
He surrendered at discretion, but, before
Jumping oft, requested to be allowed to start tbe
pumps, so tbat tbe engine would not be burned
up, which was granted. When tbe locomotive
and car elarted off the thieves pushed the fire
man overboard, and then fired several pistol
shots up into the air, as a signal of vlotory.
After moving three or four miles the engine
was stopped, and tbe villains started to exa
mine tbe booty In the oar, whloh they sup
posed to oe aireaay tneirs, wuen, to their
amazement, they were confronted with the
armed guard heretofore secreted bshinl some
baggsge. This was tbe signal for a general
battle, both Bides firing wltb great rapidity, and
the battle seemed about even, until Vol. Elliot,
the most daring, as well as the acknowledged
leader of the gang, was seen to fall, when the
rest beat a hasty retreat, but not before two of
them were sten to fall, supposed to bave been
mortally wounded; but this Is not certain, as
their companions managed to secrete them In
the darkness, and the train left before the
result of tbe search, at once commenced, was
George Flanders was brought to the olty, and
bad his leg amputated. Vol. Elliott received
two shots one In tbe breast, and the other In
the back and although it was at first intended
to leave blm In the Brownstown Jail, It was
finally concluded to bring him ou to this olty,
and place him In our county Jail, where there
will not be any possible chance of his escaping
Ibrougn tne connivance oi uis associates.
MIKE M' CO OLE.
Released from Durastce Vile, be Is as
Combative as iuvsr.
Fiomthe SI. Louis Democrat, July 10.
Mike McCool, the noblest "old Roman" of all
Wbo bave appeared in tne ring in in is aay auu
oi-notation, returned to the city yesterday
morning, and re-established htuiseif at his
heud quarters, oorner of Fifth and Wash streets,
whlou were crowded most of the day by the
champion's admiring friends and those anxious
to get a look at the representative of tbe mod
ern P. R. Mike and Coburn were both released
ou the tiib, and went to Cincinnati on the same
train, though not In company. From the time
they turned their backs upon their prison
prison only In name to them they were an
tagonists, and intercourse between them cease i.
Mike remained In Cincinnati a couple of days,
during which, although kindly treated by ah
men of gentlemanly lustlncis, he was pursued
by bis eDemles. While walking on the street,
some fellbw approached and Insulted blm. He
told tbe man be wanted nothing to do wltn
him, and shoved blm one side with tbe palm of
his band. For tbis, he stales, he was arrested,
but nothing came of it.
Tne champion looks bale and hearty; weighs
215 pounds, aud says be never fell better in uis
life could go into the "ring" to-morrow If his
honor were at stake. "He must see tbis thing
out," be avers; "has suffered and saorldoed too
much to let it drop," and only awaits tbe deci
sion of McQueen, the stakeholder, to enter into
arraugemeuis for a detinue settlement of the
q uest Ion as to who is tbe best man with Ooourn.
He will meet Joseph In Kentucky, or anywhere
else, on equal greund, but be never intends to
leave the United States, and does not consider
it advisable to go to "another man's dunghill
to fight blm." Mike bas evidently "got his
back up," and means to tight It out on any line
where the chances are any ways equal. From
bis manner it would seem that a decided "un
pleasantness" exists between himself and Co
burn, aud it is probable however much the
practice may be deprecated It will never be
arranged outside tbe rope.
More Kuk-Klux Pleasantries Brutal
Vrsatmsut of a Colored Mast wbo
Worked for a Yankee.
From the Memphis Vast, July 9.
A few days since, some ruffians from Ran
dolph, Tenn., passed over to the Arkansas
shore aud ktiltapped a colored man and took
blm lo the Tennessee shore, and cow bided him.
until bis back was cut up, and then covered
blm with turpentine. They charged him with
bavlng stolen a revolver from some one or them,
of whlcn, however, there was no proof what
ever. He bad no pistol, bad not had any, and
there was no trace of any In connection wltb
blm. Tbe fact Is, he was cowbided and turpen
tined because be had worked for a Yankee, who
was planting corn on the Arkansas shore. In
stead of some of them, wuo tried to hire him.
Whether the colored man bo outraged by these
Democrats will survive or not is very doubtful.
Hucb is the "proper degree ot guardianship"
vouchsafed the colored people by their friends.
Two cases of so-oalled baby farming were
recently investigated by the Coroner of Bt.
Panoras, London. In both tbe verdiot was
death from natural oaoaes, accelerated by want
of proper food and attention,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Grand Hunt after the Adams
A Horrible Murder in Wisconsin
and Another in Chicago.
Bte Kte.t Kte.( Bte., Kte.
, FROM CHICAGO.
Dtatb of Judge Blather A Frightful
Bpecial Despatch to The Evening Telegraph.
Chicago, July IS. Judge Hiram F. Mather, a
prominent citizen of Chicago, died yesterday.
He was at one time a member of the New York
In Oakland, Wisconsin, on tbe 11th, a man
named Babb married girl of fifteen, some two
months ago. Tbe nnlon obt proving bappy he
cut bis young wife's throat, nearly severing bet
brad from ber body, and then attempted to cut
his own throat, but had not courage to make
the knife effectual. Be is confined in jail, and
there are threats of lynching him.
Anotber Desperate Murdsr.
Chicago, July 13. Marcus Donaue, a consta
ble, was shot by the proprietors of a bagnio on
South Clark street at an early ho it yesterday
morning, and died during tbe day. A quarrel
over a game of cards was the cause.
Dr. Bishop, rector of St. John's EpUcopal
Cburcb, bas resigned.
Two Methodists, a Spiritualist, a Bap'ist, and
an Infidel had quite an argument on the street
yesterday, in reference to which creed was
right, much to tbe amoaeaaentof the lookers-on.
Democratic Demonstration Union Pact
Ac Railroad Progress Vbe Indian
Bpecial Despatch to The Evening Telegraph.
Omaha, July 13. Tho Democratic meeting, on
Saturday night, was tho greatest political
gathering ever wituessed in this city. There
was an illumination and a grand torch-light
procession. The meeting was addressed by Hon
A. J. Popllton, James M. Wools worth, Judge
Wakely, and otbers.
The Government Commissioner accepted forty
miles of the Union Pacific Railroad ou Saturday.
Six hundred and eighty-five miles of the road
are now complated.
The Indians continue troublesome between
Forts Bettou aud Bulord.
FROM BALTIMORE TO-DAY.
Special Despatch to The Evening Te'egraph,
Testimonials to Revetdy Johnson,
Baltimore, July 13. Beverdy Johnson ac
cepts the invitatiou to a grand banquet, which
takes place here ou Wednesday, the 15th inst.
The British Minister, resident at Washing tou,
and others of the diplomatic corps, with Mary"
land Senators and Bepresentatlves about
two hundred and fifty la all are expected to be
present. It promises to be a grand affair.
Mr. Johnson is complimeutarily entertalnel
at Annapolis on the 21st. lie is uncertain
if be will have time to accept the banquet prof
fered by theXew Yorkers, as he sails from here
on the 1st of August in the Bremeu steamer
Tne intense beat interrupts business Lar?e
numbers are leaving for Cape May and other
THE EUROPEAN MARKETS.
By Atlantic Cable. '
London, July 13 A. M. Tbe weather is warm
and fine. Consols, 94i94; for money, and 912
for account. United States 5208, 72J; Erie, 46;
Illinois Central, 101.
Frankfort, July 13 A. M United States
LivERfoot, July 13 A. M. Cotton quiet ;
sales ot probably 10,000 bales. Other articles
The Adams Express Robbers
Special Despatch to the Evening Telegraph.
Seymour, Ind., July 13. Great efforts have
been made to day to capture the three remain
ing express robbers, but without success. A
force, numbering from 300 to 400, have been
scouring ihe country for miles around. There
seems to be a determination on the part of our
citizens to secure them. If they do there is not
much doubt but that they will stretch them
upon tbe first tree.
It is supposed that the robbers made their
escape out of the thicket, which they had been
in for twenty-four hours, last night, however
well it was guarded, and from last accounts
they were making their way northwards. It
seems tnipo:8ible for them to hold out much
longer, it is expected that their capture will
be ttlected to-day.
The Stamp Robbery.
Special Despatch to The Evening Telegraph,
New York, July 13. It is ascertained, this
morning, tbat the messenger boy George Hicks,
in the employ of Hoxton & Dotzer, stock
brokers in Broad street, who was arrested on
Friday last for embezzling revenue stamps, took
stamps to the amount of over $1800. A bank
book in the boy's name shows an account of
money deposited to his credit to tbe amouut of
over $700. Tbe revenue stamps were dispoaej
of by Hicks to a woman wbo sells newspapers
on the corner of Wall and Nassau streets. Bath
persons are under arrest.
roruana jn. hJ
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THE NEW YORK STORM.
Disastrous KfTseta of the Zils;btnlna; In
range County Over a Dozen Persona
Nkwfuro. July 11. Extraordinary reaorts
are In from all parts of Uiange county relative
to terrible tbunder storms In different sections,
dniiog wbicb twelve persons were killed by
lightning. On Friday afternoon, July 8, a seve e
inunaer-storm passed over tne country near
Mldtlletowu. Tbe bouse of James Wade, a
colored man, was struck by llghtnlbg. Instantly
siuing ine wne or wade, and two or bis four
children. Tbe bouse was entirely consumed.
Oliver Ktrby, employed as a brakeman oa tne
Hawley Branch Railroad, was Instantly killed
tbe same afternoon by the electric fluid.
Tbe lightning entered Just behind the ear of
deceased, passing down his side, and tearing
off the soleof bit boot. On Bundiy afternoon,
July 5, at Port Orange, three children of Mr.
William Sherry were killed by llgntning. They
were sitting on a bench under a lliao bush,
Tbe electric fluid descended from the telegraph
wires. A little brother seated with them
escaped nnbarmed. Two miles from Port
Oranaea man was struck dead byllgntntng.
On the North Plank road, near Bhawangunk,
two men and a team were killed by lightning
tbe same day (Sunday). Tbe same afternoon a
hurricane visited Montgomery. General devas
tation was left in its track. Near Baalce Hill
t wo men were killed Instantly by tbe lightning.
Fences were ripped np everywhere, while huge
IreeB were uprooted and thrown la every direc
tion. Thomas Col Iyer, a carman of Port Jer vis,
was also killed by llghtnlcg. W. Y. Times.
' Cotjrt of Quarter Sessions JudeePetrce.
Tbe Jury in lue case of Edward Walton, charged
witn tne seanciion or jsuen u. uudd, came Into
Court at 10 o'clock this morning, and Informed
the Judge of tbe inability to areeupon a ver
dict. Judge Peiroe hoped they had made a
Iiroper endeavor to agree. Tbe Jury bave ben
ockednp since Friday night. Tne Judge dis
charged them, and in consideration of their
long imprisonment gave them leave of absence
till to-morrow morning.
Nearly tbe whole morning was occupied with
an argument by counsel la the oaie of Ernest,
Hopp, lndloted for the crime of adultery with a
Mrs. Guentber, for tbe postponement of the
cae by reason of the absence of a material wlt
ness. The Judge granted a postponement.
Prison cases were then heard. Michael Qdlg
ley and James Donnelly were charged with the
robbery of an umbrella stand and a door-mat.
When arrested by tbe offloer at Beventh and
Bedford streis, they had the articles la their
bands. The mat bad the number of a house
upon it, from which It bad been taken. The
property was Identified by the woman; This
case was by an error sent to tbe Jury before the
examination of all defendant's witnesses. Oa
application of counsel for defendant, the Ju Ige
agreed to consider the case at the close of the
dav 'b business.
Tbe counsel for Samuel Wadlow, lndloted for
assault and battery with Intent to steal, moved
to bave tbe case postponed, on acoouutof the
absence of witnesses. Motion granted.
James Gross, charged with the theft of a pair
of pantaloons, tbe property of May Gallagher,
was convloted. Tbe pan Is were found upon
him, nnder his other pants, by Offloer Camao.
Mary Glenn, charged with assault and battery,
Gustav Hartung was charged with a bass as
sault on Caroline Heller. The defendant repre
sented himself as a physician who cured rheu
matism by "laying on of hands." To perform
this be said it was necessary that she should be
nndi eased alone la a room. It ws then that he
made the attempt. When she discovered
bis Intention she gave the alarm, and tuna had
bim arrested. The counsel for the defense
brouKht no witnesses, but argued that there was
no assault and battery, and tbat tbe free action n
of tbe woman were proof that the prosecutor
was "no better than she should be."
Ex-Hovcrnor Urr's Address.
Ez-Governor Orr has published an address to
tbe people of South Carolina, reviewing bis ad
ministration. After giving tbe reasous which
influenced bis public conduct, and adding a
future policy, be says it would bave been wise
for tbe white people to accent the Reconstruc
tion acts, and tbat if the new constitution Is
obnoxious, it is the fault of the intelligent white
mea wbo took no pari in the uonvenilon elec
tion. He sgala avows himself In favor of quali
fied colored suffrage. He says it is idle to ex
pect any relief in regard to universal suffrage
from the Democratic party. If the Soathera
governments, In 1870, are declared void, tne
Htates will be left In a condition of anarchy.
If tbe Supreme Court aeolares them to be un
constitutional, be asks what constitution will
be in foroe, and what officers reinstated? He
says tbat they should depend oa themselves
only, and speaks of tbe harmony existing
between himself and tbe dlstriot commander.
In conclusion, he says the principles and pur
poses avowed by his successor, Governor Soott,
with refeience to tbe Interests of tbe State, are
wise and patriotic: and he invites the people to
give his administration a full and lair trial
On tbe occasion of a reoent visit paid by
Alexander Dumas to the offioe of the Figaro of
Paris, the staff of that paper seized him, ani
locking him up with a plentiful supply of
pens and paper, stated that they wonld release
bim on his prod nolo g an article of his own
composition. After remaining imprisoned for
an hour he presented them with five articles
on various subjeots, and was immediately set
ri - .
Sew York Stock Quotations 1 P.M.
Received by telegraph from Glendlnnlril -A
Davis, Block Brokers, No. 48 S. Third streets .
N.Y.Cent. K............liWgiOhl. and K.JL B I07?i
N. Y. and E. R.... 8j , Pitts. F.W, and Chi.
Ph. and Rea. K.. 91 I R. R 107
Mlch.H.and N. I. R. 9112 Pad no M. 8. Co......l00?
Cle. and Pltt.R.......80 West. Union Tel.- 812
Chi. and N. W. oom.79 iGold Ul
Chi. and N.W.pref.811 Market very dull.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Ornoa or sa kVHMixe Tklkobapr,
Monday. July IS 8.f
The stock market was extremely dull this
morning, and prices generally were weak and
unsettled. Government securlttej were urmly
held. City loaus were unchanged; the ne
issue sold at 103.
Railroad shares were inactive. Beading sold
at 471. s decline of 4-; Pennsylvania Uaiiroal at
62, a slight deoliue; aud Philadelphia and
krle at 26 j, no change. 130 was bid for Cam lea
andAri)boy;83 for North Pennsylvania; 64 lor
Lebierb Valley; 30 J lor CatawUsa preferred, and
484 for Northern Central.
City Passeneer Railroad shares were dull.
Hestonville sold at 104. no change; 49 wai bid
for Second aud Third; 36 for Fifth and Sixth;
64 lor Tenth and Eleventh; 25 for Uerinantown:
31 for Giecn and Coates; aud 25 for Glrara
Bnnk shares were firmly beld at full prices.
68 was bid for Commercial; 68 for Penn Tovn
ship; 31 for Manuluclurera'; and 120 for Central
In Canal shares there was very little move
ment. LeblgU Navigation sol I at 214. no change;
74 was bid for Morris Canal preierred; 15 tor
Susquehanna Caual; and 50 lor Delaware Divi
sion. The Insurance Company of North America
have declared a semi-annual dividend of six per
cent., payable ou Ueruan I.
The following are this morning's gold and
foreign quotations, reoor'ed oy Whelen Bro
thers, Gold, Stock, and Exchange Brokers, No.
lua a. TDira street:
9-30A.M. . 1411.10 50 A.M.
10-00 ". . . 14Ullo
10-00 . . 14111130
10-15 " . 141J U 16
10-24 "... 14lf;i2-30
lira " . . J..i' ,
Foreign Eanae on Londoui 60 days, 1101
(rJU'iitSdavs, 1104failM. Ou Paris: 00 days,
51. mbf. 124; 3 days. 5f. 11435f. 10. '
PHILADELPHIA BTUK II0BAKUK BALKS TO-DAI
Reported by De Haven A Bro No. 40 8. Third street.
lono cures, nev..iiK
IKnwO fa R t m luu
tmv A Am St. '69.1s V7
1(KI sh Phil A K....UW. StfM
o sa in n ..is- si'J
ivosu ilst'rl..... 10
iauo W Jersey a..ls.
Messrs. Jay Cooke A Co. quote Govern
ment securities, em., as foiiowsi U. 8. 6s. of,
HR1, 113Jf$U34; old 5-20s, 113iH31t new 5 20s.
18C4. llOfailOi; do.,1885.111KH14; 5-20s. July,
108rJlol5 do., 1"67, 108109; do., 1868. 1081
aiOO: 10-408, 1O7J01O74; 7-SOs. June, 108ia
109; do., July, IO84O I 9. Gold, 141.
Messrs. De Haven 4 Brother, No. 40 Bontft
Third street, report the following ' rates of ex
change to-day at 3 p. M.t -U. 8. 6s ot 1881. 113
113t do. 1HR2, 113 01134; do.. 184, 1101(3
110; do.,M llliut, 40. 1865, new. lOrtlrj
108J; do., 1867. ne, 1tl8J (OtUR; do., 1808, 1081
109; do., 6s, 10-40n 107 41074. .lo. 7-30s, June!
U8jUl08i; do. July. 1 8i( 'o 108, ; Due Com
pound Interest Note. 1191; A twist, 1865.
1184 118J; do., Bf ptember, 1805. - U8,aU81t do.
October, 186 1174(3118. Gold,, 1411Q141.
Silver, 1334(01135. .
Messrs, William Painter ft Co., bankers',
No. 30 8. Third street, report the following
rates of exchange to-div at 12. o'clocst
United States 6s. 1881, 113'ail3; IT. 8. 6 20s,
1862. 1131134; do. 1804, HOjllOJ: do., 1865,
111 811141 do. J11K 1865, lOHjl08; do.
.Inly, 1867. 108Jai08I 6s, ' 10-40s, ' 1071
(31074: U. 8. 7-30s, 2d BereB, 1081ai08l; 8d
series, 108$1C8; omnoumi Interest Notes, De
cember, 164. 119-40; Ma, U65, 119.40: August,
165. 1184(3)118$; S-ptombr. 1865, 11711174;
October, 1865, 1171174. Gold, 1413141.
Philadelphia Trade Report.
Monday, July 13. Tbe Hour Market remain
In tbe same letbarglo condition noted on 8atur
day, and only 600 barrels were disposed of la
lots, for the suoply of the wants of the local
trade, at l7-608'25 for superfine; 18 509 23 tor
extras; S9-50ll for spring Wheat extra family;
11001175 for Pennsylvania an J Ohio do, do.; and
$ 12g 14 for fanny brands, according to quality.
Rye Flour commands IU9 25 ft bbh No change
to notice in Corn Meal.
Tbe offerings of prime Wheat particularly are
small, and tbis Is the only description for wnloh
there Is any Inquiry. Sales of red at 12102 42 J
and 800 bushels new Delaware at 12 4& Rye is
selling, in a small way, at 1180. Cora is la
moderate requt-st at a further ad vanoe. Sales
or ww ousheis western mixed ai i il 17.
Oats are without material cnange. 8-ties ol 1000
bushels Pennsylvania at 88c; and 600 bushels
Boutbern at 90c . ;
Nothing doing In Barley or Mult.
- Bark The market Is poorly supnlled wlOt
Quercitron, and No. 1 is in good demand at f 64
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
Monday, July 13. Tue Cattle market wag
moderately active this week, but prices were
unsettled and lower. About 1600 bead arrived
and sold at tbe Avenue Drove Yard at OlOJo.
for extra Pennsylvania and Western Steers; 8
9o. for fair to good do., and 6V7o. per pound,
gross, for common, as to quality. Tue following;
are the particulars of the sales:
60, Owen Smith, Western, 79V. gross.
. 70, A. Christy & Bro., WtMteru. 80. gross. .
24, Dengler & MoUleefie, Westeru, 7si8, gross.!
60, P. McFlllen, Western 9,0)10, gr.ss.
66. P. Hathaway, Western. 8J$fllO gross. . T
66, J.S. Kirk, Cheater ooun . 6914, gross
20, B. McFlllen, Western, 89V. groiw.
80, Jas. McFlllen. W si eru. Hoi gross.
80, E S. McFlllen, Wrsiern, 8 Wi grnss.
133, Ullman fe Bacbman, Wesieru. 9(g)9'. gross.
118, Martin Fuller A Co., Western. 89& gross.
145, MooneyA Smith, Western, 7 10 grost.
40, Cbas. MooneyA Bro.. Wt-a'eru. 6H814, gr.
SO, II. Chain, Western P..77. gro-s. -120,
John Smith A Bro., Western. 710, gross;
65, J. & Li. Frank, Western. 7(38, gross. .
94, Frank ASchomberg, WeMro. 7 lAii, gr.'
122, Hope A Co., Western, 7a'4 gross.
84, Blum & Co.. Western, 7ig)8. gross.
80, Chandler & Alexander, Chester co 810, gr,
24, B. Baldwin. Chester county, 7o)8, gross,
17, A. Kemble, Chester co , gross.
88. J. Seldoorldge, York co., 910, gross.
Hogs were in demand at an advance. 2000
head sold at the dlflnrent yards at from
tl3(ai3-75. including a few extra at SU Der 100
Sheep were unetf.led. and ra'her lower. 6009
head sold at 45jo. per lb., gross, as lo conll-
Cows were unchanged. 156 head sold at
(45(g;60 for sprlugers, and 150175 per head for
Cow and Calf.
LATEST SIlIPTUtCJ UtTELUttEyCE. 1
For additional Marine News see Inside Paget.
PORT OS PaiLADgLyHlA...............,w,wJrjxJr ij'.
STATS Or THKBMOKSTUa AT TBI IVBNINe TBU.'
7 A. M.....M......85ll A. M 861 J P. tt.,,..
CLEARED THid HORNING. '
Bsrqse Msaco, Xsoraiuger, Uientaegos, Madeira A Ca
bana. Brig Escort, Baker, Gibraltar for orders, I Wester.
Bctir J. K. Oiement, Garwood, Newborn, N. C., J. si
teorebead A Co.
BcbrW. tk Tbomas, Wlnsmore, Charleston, B. C. n'
Bcbr Jubn Joouson. McBrtde, Boston, J. Romtnet lr
tcbr W. O. AlMUir, fc'eutou, Bristol, tU I., do?
Bcbr Jonatbao May, eL eaieai. Tyler A Co. I
t-i'r A. U Htlmers. Knox, New Yorg. W, f.Clvd&frrv,.
TogTbos JetWson, Alien, tor Baltimore, wlihmtlii
01 barges, W.P.Oiyae AOo. . I
Tug Lookout. Alexander, for Baltimore, with
tow of barges, W. P. Clyde A " wutt
ARRIVED THH MORNIWO, ,
N. O. barque M alb tide, mover, b4 days from Bra.
men. wltb tudse. 10 Karats Bio.
Brig Isabel Beuroian. B'own. 16 days from Ponoe
P. K., wltb sugar and moiass 10 Jodq Moo a Co'
N. to. brig T. Kleiners. Mlnctt. I d-ys from w
York. In ballast to U Wesieraard A Co. "
fccbrOieogarry. Yates II aays from Cardenas, with
Xnolasies to Isaac Uoagb A Morns
Hcbr Addle Puller, Usudersoa. 10 days from 8t,John.'
N fl wltb lumber to l 1 rump, Sou s Co.
Bcbr Willis Mowe, Hllioa. ly irons Hlilsboro
N. (4 , wltb plaaiwr to IS. A Huuder A Uo.
Bcbr Mary and Carolina. V wier. 1 day from Lalo.
Sic, bel , wllb grain to Jos. K Piuier. r
Bcbr Bertba Bouder, Wooat-r. irom Wilmington.'
Pel , In bailaol toK A. Souder A Co '
Bcbr J. W. Halg, Brower 6 days 'mm Washington.
N. C , wltb lumber lo Laiobury Wlckersh,u Uo.
Bcbr M, B. Kd. Benson, S days I ruin MewBednrd.
Wltb oil 10 Bnobxr A Co
Bcbr Jobn Jobnson Mo Bride, from Providence,
Bohr F. Mom eroon Kelly, (rum Bxlon,
Bcbr 8. Gllmore. Keny. irom Boaion.
Bobr Jonathan May. Neal irom Portland. " "
Borr Potomac, Eldrldgo, troin Alexandria.
Bteamer Brunette. Fieema. 24 bwurs from New
York with no's to Jono F. Ohl.
Hieamer Allda, Lnnig. ti Hours from Mew York.
Wll u 01 Mne. to W. M. Balrd A Co.
Tog Thos. Jefferson. Alieu. irom Baltimore, with a
low r barges to W. P Otyae 1 o
Tug Lookout. Alexander Irom Balttmors, with
a tow of barges to W. P. Clyde A Co.
Bcbr Msbel Hall, arrived on Satnrday front Mataai
sas, is consigned to Jt O K wbt A Co.
MB HO HA' DA.
Ship Martha Ann Palmar, Maltiewi, hence, at Aatr
WBMama"n' Norman. Crowell. for Philadelphia,'
cleared at Boston I lin lost.
BobrKradie. tirieie, bencs for Lubeck, was off the
Btart. Bnx am. Mid ul'
Bcbr Henrietta dlmmons, Godfrey, hence, at Balem'
9tBobr cobasset, Glhbs, for Philadelphia, sailed from
Kew Beord 'ih lost.
Bobrs B. 8. tl dsnleeve. Carroll, from Portl&nd: HV
Law tork. bom Btonlngion; and No'lWn LigbX
Harper, from New Haven, all tvt jM!adeipbla. at
iiew York 10th inst. L
Bcbra Aid, Bmltb; M. A. MoGahan. Callyt and B. BV.
Franklin, hence lor Boston; aud l. 4 Shier, HuoUar
heuoe for Portsmouth, at Holmes' Hole Bin
tY tkLHiaAM.l . v
n.oTaSlTa'nw'"" '2,-pi np tor Bait!.
KhtrJZ- ,1'n V Na,e- n1 br' William
i 'B Cardenas; soor Jwt-un Begor. from
S.f"T' "8"d out-Bit p Jobauua. WLhsimlna, for
(By Atlantic QW)
QrjEBNUTOWW. jui 11 Tue autamshlp city of
Washington, from New York Juas ta. arrived yester.
BooTHAMPTOif. Jii'y IS. AM. Tbe steamship
Union, from New York July a, arrived at 4Wuus
wewYobk, July U Arrived, steamship Olty of
Boston. Hoasell from Liverpool.
Hteamsblu Minnesota. Price, from Liverpool,
BleamsblD Cella, Ulea-lell. irom Loudon.
Bteanisblp BoruoMa, Fransen frotn Hamburg.
Bblp Alexander Marsoali. Marshall. frotuUverpoo,'
Bblo John Bright i'owart. Irom Liverpool,
bblp Pblladelpbla. Ponla. from Liverpool,
rblp Harvest Uueen. Hutchinson, from Liverpool.
Bblp Bcreamar. Young, from Liverpool
Bblp Llxsie Moses. Ctx. from Newport. Eng.
Barque Fearlsaa, Patrick, from Newport, ang,'
Barqus Aruiouia, Uooaaxds, from alaagow,