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THE DAILY EVfllNQ TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY", JULY 5, 1870. SECOND EDITION LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. IROLI EUROPE BY CABLE. The British Cabinet Changes. Ocean Yirelit Itiice. Disturbances In Madrid. Shocking Murders in Seville. Lutrst Calilo Quotation. Etc., i:ic. Etc. Etc. Etc. FROM EVROPE. ENGLAND. Fnrllninrntnry Pros reus. London, July 4 In the House of Lords to night the Marquis of Clanrlcarde moved for the production by the Government of a letter from the Rev. Mr. Corbett, a traveller in the Red River district, Riving a detailed account of the causes of the rebellion. Earl Granville stated that the expedition sent to that territory was not for conquest, but to ffcct the transfer of the country Iroin the Hud eon's Bay Company to the Crown. The motion was withdrawn. The Ecclesiastical Presentments bill was read a second time, and after the passage of various ocal measures their lordships adjourned. In the House of Commons Sir C. V. Dilke pave notice of a motion to abolish the Binecure of Lord Privy Seal. Mr. Gladstone moved the postponement of the Parliamentary Elections bill until the 14th instant, when the possibility of considering that and other important measures this session could be ascertained. lie said several bills had already been abandoned for want of times. The University Tests bill was taken up in com mittee. Mr. Bentwick moved an amendment that rothing in the bill open office to any person not ft member of the Church of England when such oflice was intended for a member of that com mission. The amendment was opposed by the Solicitor General and lost. The Cabinet. The London Times is eloquent in approval of the appointment of Earl Granville to the Foreign Oflice, and of the Earl of Klmberly to the Colonial Department. The place of Mr. Treve 3yat), the Junior Lord of the Admiralty, who re signed, is to be left vacant for the present. A Grand Retrospect. Thirty years ago to-day the steamship Britan nia sailed lrom Liverpool for America. The shipping ai Liverpool is gaily decorated to-day in commemoration of the event. Finance and the Currency. Baring Brothers advertise the issue of Balti more and Ohio Kailroad sterling bonds. According to the city article of the London Times, American railroad mortgage bonds at Frankfort ceasing to attract buyers, city and State bonds are being tried. Those of the city of Havana have been introduced, and those of the city of New York and State of Illinois aro to follow to the extent of a few millions, at seven per cent, interest. The writer add that the transactions of the Erie Railway Company and the bribing of the courts of law acocunt for the fact that New York city bonds can liud no home market. There is a noteworthy communication in the Economist, which anticipates the report of the Paris High Council of Commerce on the inter national coinage. The correspondent states that thirty out of thirty-seven witnesses who ap peared before the Council urged strongly the adoption of the twenty-five franc coin as the unitary gold piece, and the discontinuance of the five frane silver piece. The Council will recommend that these views be carried into practical effect. Art. The Messrs. Wells and Ansdcll replace Maclise ncd Creswick, deceased, in the Royal Academy. Death. Stephen Blaire, a prominent Freemason and formerly member of Parliament for Bolton, is dead. Another death has resulted from the falling of tte Liverpool foundry, making three in all. American Affairs. A correspondent of the Manchester Guardian predicts the early recall of Minister Motley, on the ground that '"his Inactivity defers the ad justment of the Alabama question.'' The brothers Seitze, tobacconists, of New York, were arrested on board the steamer Ottawa, on her arrival from Quebec. They are charged with forgery. Arms, it is said, were found on their person. ' SPAIN. The Throne Question tier many nntl the Crown Paris, July 4. The Constitutionnel says it has reliable information that agents of General Prim are now in Prussia to offer the throne of Spain to a prince of the House of Hohcnzollern. The Constitutionnel adds that if Prim does this without the consent of the Cortes, it Is a mere intrigue; if with their consent, the affair must be inspected. London, July 4. The negotiations In Prus sia for a Hohenzallern prince to take the Spanish fcrone have been abandoned. W hat's to be Done ? Madrid, July 4 The Impartial reports that a council of ministers was held on Saturday, and was wholly occupied with the question of the throne. Illot. Disturbances occurred in front of the Carlht dub-rooms on Saturday night. Firearms were discharged. One man was killed and several wounded. Many arrtols have been made. Lynch taw, London, July 4. The Standard has a report of a horrible tragedy in Seville. A K5P8y. suspecting a policeman of criminal intimacy with his wife, first killed the woman and her child, and theu assassinated the officer, accompanying his revenge with circumstances cf tnusual atrocity. GE It MANY. The American Festival. Stuttgabt, July 4. The Americans sojourn ing in this and in neighboring cities had a grand celebration here to-day. At the banquet Consul Young-, of Baden, presided, and patriotic speeches were made by Consul Klauprecht, of ttitigwt, Co!oc4 Todd, and, Messrs. Ajn.o!J Kaichcr, Joseph Bcckel, Charles Rouih, and Others. The nvntinn w.a n crp.it niifrfa. 1 The Infallibility Debate. Rome, July 3, via Paris, July 4. The Coun cil yesterday voted on and adopted the form of the prcface.and chapters i. and ii.of the ichema of primacy and infallibility. The extreme par tisans of infallibility refused to concede any al terations, and demand an immediate vote. Should the opposition remain obstinate and prevent the vote from being taken, the discus sion inny last a month longer. Iloinrwnrd Hound. Puns, July 4. The bishops are leaving Home, especially those from the neighborhood of the Danube. It is thought that the debate on infallibility will close before the 10th instant. FRANCE. The Libel on Napoleon. TKis, July 4 The ground for the last prose cution against the Figaro is an article declaring thiit Lord Clarendon, when Secretary of Foreign Affairs for the first time, made a loan of foOO to the Emperor Napoleon, who was then Presi dent of the republic, for which accommodation the conclusion of the Anglo-French treaty was a oonsideration. Tlmt the story is a fabrica tion is proved by the fact that Lord Clarendon was not Foreign Secretary at the time alluded to, but Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. The llonnpnrte Family. The Imperial Court went into mourning to day for the death of Jerome Patterson Bona parte. Trince Napoleon will extend his voyage from the coast of Norway to Greenland. Need of the Press. London, July 4. A city journal has 'autho rity'' for announcing that censorship in France over foreign papers is terminated. The American Anniversary. Paris. July 4 There was a meeting of Ame ricans to-day on the grounds of Dr. Thomas W. Evans, to celebrate the national anniver sary. Ex-Governor Washburn, of Massachusetts, presided, and remarks were made by Consul Gcneral Bead, Colonels Hoffmen and Moore, of the United States Legation; Mr. Murat Halstead, of the Cincinnati Commercial; Dr. Evans, and others. Minister Washburn was nnable to bo present. The assemblage was a very large one. The American Club held a reception during the day, and illuminated their building at night. SCOTLAND. The tllnbiirh University. Edinrvrgii, July 4. Alexander Simpsou, nephew of the late Sir James Simpson, hai been elected to the chair of midwifery in the Univer sity of Edinburgh. The third reading of the bill was fixed for the 5th Inst. The Education bill was taken up in committee. Sir C. W. Dilke moved as an amendment that the rate payers, and not the Town Councils, shall choose the School Board. An animated debate followed, at the conclusion of which the amendment was negatived by a vote of 159 to 145. Mr. Forster accepted an amendment that the rate of payers and not the vestry, 6hall choose the School Board. After further discussion of an unimportant character the Hotfsc ad journed. FROM CHINA. Shipments of Ten. London, July 4. Advices from China an nounce that the first tea ships of the season, the Erl King and the Diomed, sailed from Woosung on the ath of June. THE OCKAN RACE. The Dauntless and Cambrln Start The Daunt less Apparently the Faster. Qveenstown, July 4. The yachts Cambria and Dauntless have started on their ocean race. They reached Daunt s Rock in tow at 2 o'clock this afternoon, where they found the yachts Sappho and Gwendolin awaiting them. The weather was fine, and a strong V. by N. breeze was blowing. At 2J a P. M. the first gun was fired, and the Cambria and Dauntless dropped oil from their tugs. Two minutes afterwards the Dauntless shot ahead, keeping the lead for twenty miles, when the Cambria tacked with the wind and seemed to get ahead of the Dauntless. The wind had changed and was strong from the southwest. The general opinion Is that, with quiet sea and favoring wind, the American will win the race; but if the weather should turn rough.victory for the Cambria is certain. Much interest is felt in the contest, and the betting on the result is active. Queen stowvn, July 4. Both yachts started under a main and foresails, and jibs, the Cam bria carrying in addition her gaff topsails. The Cambria was placed a cable's length on the weather quarter of the American. Both started on the starboard tack. The Cambria sailed badly, and the Dauntless made much leeway, 6howing superior weatherly qualities. At the expiration of twenty minutes the Cam bria went round on the port tack. The Daunt less held on the starboard tack five minutes lonirer, and then followed the Englishman. The weather now became thick, and when last seen the Cambria had again crossed the Daunt less. The latter appeared to be the fastest of the two, but the Cambria showed better weath erly qualities. Yesterday's Quotations. Havre, July 4. Cotton closed quiet at 113,'rf. on the spot. Bremen, July 4. Petroleum closed quiet. llAMiii Ko, July 4 Petroleum closed quiet at 13 marc buncos 12 schillings. This moraine's Uuatatlons. London, July 611-30 A. M Consols, 93 for money and account. American securities steady. United States 8-20s of 1862, 90,'i ; ot 1805, old, 90,'; aDtl of 1S67. R9'i ; 10-408, bSV. Stocks steady; Erie, 19; Illinois Central, 114; AUantic and Great West ern, 2b. Liverpool, July 211-30 A. M Cotton firmer; middling up'.ands, 9d. ; middling Orleans, lOd. bales will probably reach lo.ooo bales. Breanstuil'a quiet. Paws, Julys The; Bourse opened dull. Rentes T2f. 45C Antwerp, July 5. Petroleum opened firm. This Afternoon's Quotations. London, July 81 -30 P. M American securi ties quiet. Stocks quiet. Illinois Central, lis. Liverpool, Jaly 61 30 1. M Cotton quiet. C. lifornia Wheat, 10s. 4d. ; red Western, 8s. 7d$ 6s. fed. ; red winter, 9s. 0d. ; Corn, 80s. 0d. ; London, July 61 -30 P. M Linseed Oil firm ; Tur pentine dull. Paris, July B. The Bourse closed declining. Rentes. Tiif. 22c. II ay he, July 5. Cotton opened heavy. FROM WdSaiA OTOJV. The North Atlantle Fleet. hpecioX Despatch to The Evening Telegraph. Washington, July 5. Commodore J. F. Green, commanding a squadron of North Atlantic Fleet, has been ordered to proceed without delay, in his flag-skip Congress, from an Domingo to Key West, and receive from Admiral Poor the temporary command of that fleet in Spanish waters. Upon the arrival of Commodore Green at Key Wet, Admiral Poor will proceed with the Severn to Hampton Roads, and turn over his command to Rear Admiral S. P. Lee. Commander Willluiu II. Da.ua, United States navy, has been granted leave of absence for six months, wilh permission to visit Europe for his health. Commander William D. Whlilac has received orders to proceed with the Mianto nomah from New York to Boston. Nay I Sppoladuen's. Is g,CCCC&iic wiUi iccUom Hoe. W and. 10-J of the "Orders, regulations, etc., for the admin istration of law and justice In .the navy," Secre tary Robeson has appointed First Lieutenant William B. Remcy, United States Marine Corps, to act as Judge Advocate of all general courts martial and courts of inquiry, and in all matters appertaining to that office which shall concern the Marine Corps at all naval stations in the United States. Secretary Robeson has appointed C. J. White Professor of Astronomy and Navi gation at the United States Naval Academy. Marine Court of Inquiry. The Navy Department has Instructed Admiral Poor to convene a court of inquiry to investi gate the case of the recent collision of tho United States steamers Terror and Severn, in the harbor of Key West. No damage of conse quence was caused by tho collision. Commodore John It. (ioldaborowrh, at present commandant of the Navy Yard, Mare Island, California, was yesterday transferred to the list of retired commodores. Tho Irounols. at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, is to be put In readiness for immediate service. A Naval General Court-Martial has been ordered to convene at the Navy Yard, Boston, on the 7th of July, for the trial of Charles Smith and Walter C. Reynolds, alias W. H. Ransom, on the charges of "Desertiou' and "Scandalous conduct tending to the destruction of cood morals." The court is composed of Captain A. Bryson, Lieutenant-Commanders G. II. Perkins, A. Kantz. G. F. F. Wilde, G. II. Wandleigb, and First Lieutenant L. P. French, Judge Advocate. The Fourth at the Capital. Special Despatch to The Evening Telegraph. Washington, July 5 Yesterday was ob served as a general holiday. All places of busi ness were closed. The Sunday-schools held celebrations in the woods near the Capitol. Several thousand colored childrer. enjoyed the day in this way as well as the white scholars. There was a small parade of colored Zouaves, but, beyond this, no military observance what ever. The Cherokee Indians. Special Despatch to The Evening Telegraph. Washington, July 5 A joint resolution has been agreed upon by the Committee on Indian Affairs, providing that the Cherokee Indians in North Carolina shall be removed to the Indian territory. Tho resolution provides for the pay ment, with interest, of $53 to each individual. This is intended to satisfy an old claim for lands Eold under the treaty of 1835. CON IS ENH, FOKTV-FIltST TKRJI-MECONU WEW3ION. Menate. Washington, July 4 Immediately after assem bling a motion to adjourn was voted down by a tie vote ayes 20, nays 20. The Funding bill was received from the House, referred to the Finance Committee and ordered to be printed. Mr. Ross, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, reported a joint resolution to provide for the re moval rf the Cherokees in North Caroliua to the Cherokee lands west of the Mississippi river. It pro vides for the payment to each Indian of 153, with interest thereon, as stipefeted in the treaty of 1835. Mr. Morrill, of Maine, from the Committee on Ap propriations, reported without amendment the bill making appropriations for fortifications. Mr. Williams, frum the Committee on Public Lands, reported, with amendment, the bill granting lands in aid of the Bear River and Salt Lake Canal Company. Mr. Carpenter Introduced a bill to regulate ap peals in proceedings in bankruptcy. Referred to tho Committee on the Judiciary. Mr. Harris offered a resolution calling upon the Secretary of the Treasury for information relating to the removal of James F. Casey, Collector of Cus toms at New Orleans, us to the manner in which said Casey has discharged the duties of his office, the number or employes in said Custom House dur ing each month from April, 1309, to February, 1810, inclusive, and if any persons were employed during said- time without authority of law, the amount paid, etc. ; also, concerning the management of the Custom House in each month from isos to 1S8S, and the amount of Imports and exports at said port dur ing those years. Adopted. An amendment to prevent encroachments upon Indian reservations by any land grauts to the com pany was discussed, without action. TUB NATURALIZATION BILL. At twenty minutes past 12 o'clock the Naturaliza tion bill was taken up. Mr. Sumner's amendment striking the word "white" from the naturalization laws, making them apply equally to all foreigners, having been adopted, the question recurred on Mr. Williams' amendment to exclude the Chinese from the benefits of the pending legislation. Mr. Stewart, of Nevada, continued his remarks against the admission of Chinese naturalization upon an equal footing with all other foreigners. While lie would protect the Chinese la their per sonal rights he never would sanction the Introduc tion of a system of slave labor in competition wiUi white labor in the country, which was the question at Issue in the amendment. He would not interfere to prevent the Immigration of Chinese who came voluntarily; but he would never agree to Invest with political power imported coolie slaves, brought 'here nnder contracts, and who, as pagans, could nut take our oaths. There was no necessity for legisla tion, as the bill to enforce the fifteenth amendment had secured the Chinese in every right to which they were entitled. Mr. Conkhng (N. Y.) appealed to Mr. Sumner to withdraw his amendment, which could be done by unanimous consent. He regarded It as jeopardizing the whole bill, the importance of which to the coun try in preventing naturalization frauds in any city and elsewhere could not be overestimated. Mr. Trumbull (I1L) said if the Chinese were to come here at all they should not come as slaves, but be Incorporated with the body politic. The policy of the Republican party having been to make freemen, he could not understand how that party could refuse to admit them to citizenship. Mr. Sumner declined to withdraw his amendment. He read a number of letters from colored residents of the United States from abroad, complaining of their exclusion from naturalization. He argued that his amendment was to cover these cases as well as those of the Chinese. He argued that the restriction of the privilege of naturalization to white men was in derogation of the principle of the Declaration of Independence that all men are created equal, lie then read from the New Testament relative to Peter's denial of his Master, aud remarked that a Republican Senator (.meaning Mr. Stewart) had thrlje denied the principles of the Declaration of Independence, and that, like Peter, he might weep bitterly. Mr. !Ste wart replied that the charge of aoostacv applied with much greater force to the Senator from Massachusetts, as lie had read from the Christiau Bible in support of his proposition to commit our institutions to me control oi ragaus, me enemies or Christianity, who could not be bound by a Christian obligation or oath. Mr. Williams contended that the Declaration of Independence did not mean that the wild man of South America, the heathen, and the canuibal were to be allowed equal political rights under the Gov ernment with the citizen of the United States. He regarded Mr. Sumner's interpretation of that instru ment as foolish aud absurd. Its authors had de clared all men created equal; but they bad also de clared that it was the right aud duty of a nation so to orguuize the powers of the government as should seem most likely to effect its safety and hap piness. If it was the judgment of the American people ttiat it was to their safety to exclude Chinese from participation in our Government, it was their duty so to decide. The framers of tlm Constitution had created a political distinction among citizens by preventing a foreigner frum becomiug President, and in regard to eligibility as Congressmen; and would the Senator from Massachusetts assert that that distinction was a violation of the principles of the Declaration or Independence? Did not every man know that if the Government was to destroy every political distinction between native and for eign born citizens it would be overthrown by ab sorption of political power in the hauds of its ene mies, the subjects of foreign governments? Mr. Sumner, in reply to an Inquiry on the polnt,a1 mitted Congress could refuse to pas any naturaliza tion law, but Insisted that such law, If passed, might be In harmony wilh the Declaration of indepen dence, that there could be no distinction of color. Mr. Williams said he understood the Senator to admit that Congress bad jurisdiction over the ques tion of naturalization, but that the Declaration of Independence came la and controlled the judgment Of Congress, and therefore left no discretion. Mr. Sumner explained that he meant no discrimi nation on account of color. He was uot prepared to say Congress might not shut down the gates and re fuse to naturalize anybody, but If it did naturalize then the law must be in harmony with the Declara tion of Independence. He considered that instru ment as paramount to the law; not to be set aside or questioned in any respect, but Irreversible and one which all the Senate was IkjuwI to respect. Air. Wii.'ium aiuud that Mr. Samner io..;tl3a UMificgwiittai withiuei, The wimem u the Senator when npon the floor had been that all men were equal and therefore all were entitled to equal political rights and privileges; but now he conceded that Congress had the power to exclude from natu ralization every person born In a foreign country. Mr. Williams maintained the power of CoDgress in this respect sets the right to discriminate for the best Interests of the Government in ad mitting foreigners to political rights. He said, when the Uurlingame treaty with China was made It was amended on his own motion to pro vide nothing therein contained should be held to confer naturalization npon Chinese in the United States. The Chinese were not a desirable popula tion. The Mongolian never would amalgamate with the races of European descent. He never would lose his identity, and we would have a separate, dis tinct people among us an empire of China within republican America conflict and bloodshed be tween races having no affinity, and, as in the cose of the Indian, gradual extermination would be the fate of one or the contending parties. With what pro priety could we talk about liberty, virtue, and intelligence as the palladium or our liberties while opening the door to an overwhelming tide of pollution and paganism? The propo sition of Mr. Sumner to invito here a mighty mass of ignorance was but mere stuff and nonsense, and deserved the contempt it had re ceived. He sympathized with the efforts of tho workingmen of the country to stay this tide or pen ury and degradation now beginning to pour In upon us from across tho Pacific, lie would have the workingmen of Massachusetts understand that their Senator (Mr. Sumner) was proposing to issue a proclamation to the Chinese hordes to come here and drive them out of employment. He (Mr. Sum ner) was content to dream of tho triumph of his theory, although the workingmen of his S'.ate were being reduced by it to beggary and starvation. LC'oifiniuf in later Editions, FROM MEW 1QRK. Celebration of "The Fourth." New Yokk, July 5. Despatches from a great number of places in all directions report that the day was generally celebrated quietly. The terrible accident list was smaller than usual. Excursions by steamers from here were well patronized, and there was but little intoxication. The fireworks at the parks were better than usual. The weather was fine, the theatres were open, and no business was done. Buffalo, July 5. The day was celebrated in the usual way. Among the features was a bal loon ascension hy Professor King. He was accompanied by the reporters of the Commer cial A dcert iser and Boston Advertiser. It was a great success. They landed at Lockport. Three thousand people assembled to witness the rowing match. There was no accident. Fire at Rochester. Rochester, July 5 The National Hotel stables and Wood to Walbridge's livery stables, on Fitzhugh street, were burned to-day, and the Union Building and Elwanger Barry's block was somewhat damaged. Alderman Vv hitconi, pro prietor of the National Hotel, in attempting to remove a valuable horse from his stable, was kicked in the face by the animal and somewhat injured. The loss by the fire is about $23,000; insurance, $15,000. Hew York money and Stock Markets. New York, July 5 Stocks dull. Money 3i5B per cent. Gold, 111?;. 6-20s, iw2, coupon, 1UJ,; do. 1864, do., 1U; do. i860 do., ill?; do. do. new, 110',-; do. 186T, 111; i. 1963, ill; HMOs, 108,; Virginia 6a, new, 69; Missouri 6s, 92; canton Company, 67; Cumberland preferred, 35; New York Central and Hudson River, 99 '4 ; Erie, 22; Heading, 107 V, Adams Express, 63; Michi gan Central, 120 ; Michigan Southern, 101 jrf; Illi nois Central, 140$; Cleveland and Pittsburg, 109','; Chicago and Rock Island, 117 V: Pittsburg and Fort Wajne, 95; Western Union Telegraph, 84 . FROM THE DOMINION. Release of a'Fenlnn. Montreal, July 4. Orders have been sent to Sherbrooke for the release of the 6o-called Fenian, General McNamara, there not being sufficient evidence to warrant his detention. FROM MEW ENGLAND. Norwich, July 5. The President is still here. He returns to Washington to-day. CITY l.lTELLIUIinCD. The Visiting Firemen. The New Orleans firemen will have good cause to carry away with them a lively appreciation of the hospitalities of their brother firemen of this city. Yesterday the visitors were escorted to the different places of interest, a handsome banquet was tendered them in the morning, and in the afternoon they visited the Athletic Base Ball Grounds and wit nessed the defeat of the Mutuals, of New York. This morning both of the New Orleans com panies proceeded to Broad street, on which thoroughfare they gave an exhibition of their skill. The Hope Hook and Ladder made a run of a quarter of a mile, and threw up their ladders with surprising quickness. The Mecha nic Engine also made a run of the same dis tance, and forced water. A large crowd of spectators witnessed the efforts of the New Or leans boys. This evening a short parade will be made, and to-morrow the visitors attend a picnic. United States Commissioner's Case. Frank Deal, whom the United States authorities have been endeavoring- to capture for some months past, was at last taken in charge on Saturday morning last at Ninth and CalUwhill streets. Deal was a clerk in the employ of John McManus, whose distillery, at Mascher and Thompson streets, was seized about three months ago. At the last se-slon of the grand jury a true bill was found against the accused, lie appeared this morning before United States Commissioner Biddle and entered bail for bis appearance at court. The hearing before the same Commisslonerjln the case of John Moore, a resident of Lower Darby, who was arretted on lastSaturday morn ing by Deputy Marshal Kidgway for peddling liquors through the county without a license, was postponed until Friday next. Board of Health. At a special meeting of the Board of Health yesterday, the following oflicers were re-elected for the ensuing term: President Pr. Eliab Ward. Secretary Charles B. Barrett. G. Morrison Coates, Thomas Stewartson, M. D., and Charles B. Barrett presented certificates of re-election. At ft meetinar of t.Tin Rnnrd this nft.firnonn f h 1 Secretary was"notified to withhold the warrants ot a number ol the street contractors, they not having complied with the terms of their con tract. Death of a Former Journalist. George Thomas, Esq., proprietor of the Sunday Atlas, published several years since, and formerly con nected with the Eceuing Argus, was suffocated last evening at the American Hotel. He was partaking of supper in the dining-room, and ou taking a piece ol meat into his mouth, attempted to swallow it as it was. It lodged in his throat, and before medical assistance could be rendered him, he died. The deceased was about forty years of age, and recently was la the lumber business. The Coi.t'MiiiAN Archer CLrn. At the celebration of this organization held yesterday at Sleepy Hollow, the following ollieers were elected: Mr. William II. Main, President; Mr. George Wallace, Vice-President: aud Mr. Frede rick W. Fisk, Secretary and Treasurer. Tna club Indulged in the practice of archery during the greater part of the day. 1 he Declaration was read in the morning, and in the afternoon a dinner was served to which full justice was done. Dishonest Employes. Charles Hill and John MefJliuehey have been held by Alderman Pancoast to answer the offense of larceny. These lads were formerly inmates of the House of Refuse, and at the expiration of their term of imprisonment were employed in the boot manufacturing department. They slept outside. The allegation is that they have been carrying shoes out of the Institution and selling them. Open Lewdness. Maria Sinclair and Maggie Williams, who were arrested on Saturday on a charge of open lewdness and maintaining a dis orderly home, had a final beariDg before Alder nii'P Ke-i" vetterddv. and were held In li00 I bail for trlaj. A Doriii.E AfAvi.i and Battert. -Alexander Peed has been bonud over for a double assault and battery. It is alleged that he assaulted a man passing his place, No. 2120 Callowhill street, aud then when remonstrated with by a policeman turned on him. His son Hugh has also been held for Interfering with the policeman at the time. The Fourth at Eigle. At Eagle, Pa., the day was celebrated by the reading of the Declaration, nnd a patriotic recitation from H. V. McCully, F.sq. Music and fireworks were the features of the entertainment in tho even ing, which was of the most interesting charac ter. A House Robkery About 4 o'clock yester day afternoon a thief climbed up a latticework into the second story of the house of Harry Bloomer, at Thirteenth and Silver streets, and ransacked the upper part of the dwelling. He escaped with 00 in cash, aud clothing to the amount of $40. Assaulting nis Mother. James L. Barrett (colored), ai.,ed fourteen years, was yesterday arrested on complaint of his uncle, John F. Proctor, and taken before Alderman Kerr, where a charge of assault and batterT on his mother was preferred against him. He was held in $500 bail lor trial. Cruelty to a Horse. A. L. Williams, the agent of the S. P. C. A., yesterday arrested Bichard Hutton tor having a horse with sore shoulders attached to a wagon laden with coke. Hutton was taken before Alderman Kerr and fined $10. Found Drowned. Tho body of an unknown woman, dressed in the garb of a Quakeress, was found yesterday in the Schuylkill. Coroner Taylor held an inquest. The body had been in the water for several days. Accident Tnis Morning. Thomas Gorman was run over this morning at Palethorp and Norrls streets by an omnibus, and so seriously injured that his life is despaired of. He was taken to St. Mary's Hospital. Drowned. A little girl about three years of age, name unknown, was drowned jesterday by falling into tho Delaware off the Wilmington boat. Her body has not been recovered. Death; from Relating Fever. An un known man died, yesterday, at No. 521 South Seventh street, of'relapsing fever. Dog Captures. During the past week 07 unmuzzled dogs were captured, and but 11 were redeemed. lpqal irrTSLLiQnrjca. Opening of the Term. Court of Quarter Senions Judge Paxiton. This morning tho July term of this court was opened by Judge Paxson, who appointed Charles Spencer, Esq., foreman of the Grand Jury, instructed that body generally as to the duties required of Grand Jurors, organized the petit jury, and then adjourned until to-morrow. A.VI t'On.UEKVC4 EviNlsa Teleobapr Omoc,l ... Tiie-uiay, July 5, 187U. The condition ot the money market is such as to afford perfect satisfaction to borrowers. The demand for money is rather lively after the holiday yesterday, but the wants of trade are very limited, and the amount oi business paper corresponds with this dullness. The supply of loanable funds in the banks is still beyond the average at this period, and there Is a prospect ot a very dull and easy loan market during the month. The rates are about 4 per cent, on call with good collaterals, and prime discounts under sixty days may be quoted at 0(?7 per cent. Paper of longer dates ranges between and 7j per cent, ns a rule. Gold is quite active and steady, but barely so strong. Sales up to noon fluctuated between 111 and 111, opening at 111 and closing at that figure. Government bonds are in good request, and prices are firm wilh a slight allowance in a por tion of the issue. Stocks were active, and the market firm. City Sixes, new, sold at 101. Lehigh Gold Loan changed hands at 88. Beading Railroad was neglected but strong, selling at oo-OOfS ooJ a'. Sales oi Pennsylvania at 58K; Camden and Amboy at 119,'j; Lehigh Valley at 57,1; Oil Creek aud Alleghauy at 4 47, b. o.; Norristown at 82; and Catawissa preferred at 38,Y, b. o. Canal shares were In request, with sales of Lehigh at 35, b. o., and Schuylkill preferred at 18. Among the miscellaneous shares we notice sales of McClintock oil at 6i 81-100. PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE SALES. Reported by De Haven A Bro., No. 40 S. Third street. Iiooo city es, New, 106 sh Penna RR.13. 5r XVt f9 53 82 67. 2days 101 flOCOO do ls.101 fsooo C A A m 6s, '89 94 V 10ti0 W & Frank 7s 80i 10 sh OCA A R.ls 4SM 800 do is. i(y, 200 do b60. 47 200 do Is. 47 iOO do Is. 47 13 sh Cam A AmR.llJt 85 do li9)tf 160 sh Mcllheny.sS. V 300 do ! 3 do 102 do is. 120 d0....1S.D5. 273 (JO 59 dO 18. 15 sh Norrlst'n.b5. 12 shLen V R 10) sh Cata Prr..b8. 3SV 100 sh Reading K. . .53 9 400 do 63-69 loo sn sch n p.d:io. is 100 do .... D60. 13 Messrs. D Bavin & Hrothkr, No. 40 8. Third Street, Philadelphia, report the followlDjr quotations ; U.S. 88 Of 1881, 115(1151,; do., 1868, 1124112 .,'; do. 1S64, lll'4oil2: ao. 1866, in?i112; do. 1866, new, lio,?;lil','; do. 1667, do. ill 4111 v ; do. 1868, do., iio;,($ui'.'; 10-408, loaiosv; D. 8. 80 Yeai per cent. Currency, mjiia ; Due Com p. Int. Notes, 19; Gold, lllMlU: Silver, 107109, Union Paciflo K. K. 1st Mort. Bonds, JS4S4S55 ; Cen tral Pacific R. R., J900K910: Union PaolOo Land Grant Bonds, I7S0&790. Nark & Ladneh, Brokers, report this morning Gold quotations as follows: lotio A. M Ill V 10-59 A. M lll?i 10-13 " 111?; lllf ' luv 10-15 " 111V 12-00 M 111.' 10-19 " 111,'. 12-07 P. M 'y. 10 w) " my Philadelphia Cattle Market. Monoay, July 4. To-day being a national holiday the attendance of huyers is quite limited, and the offerings, although light, are in excess of the de mand. We quote choice at 9g(.i;i0o. ; fair to good at 7(5c. ; and common at eitic. per lb. gross. Re ceipts, 1437 head. The followiug are the particulars of the ales: Heaa. 48 Owen 8mith, "West Virginia, 6(97. 6(1 John Smvth A Bra, Western, 8.a,'Jj. 86 liejrnis Smith. Western Penna,, 7(;9V- 14 Dengler At MeCleese, Chester co., 8 '4io-9jtf 76 P. ItleFillen, Western, 8yM) 35 P. Hathaway Western, 8j(t0. 32 J. 13. Kirk, Chester co., 84wJ,9j'. 40 B. F. McFillen, Western, 8r9V. 60 K. S. McKilleu, Western, 9(10. 76 Uliman A Bachmau. Western, Oi.-g'. 200 J. J. Martin A Co., Western, 1svyj. 65 Mooney A Miller, Western, h'-Jiio. 84 Thomas Mooney A Bro., Western, 7iS9. .60 H. Chain, Western, 8)$a!9 V- 40 Josenh Cham, Western, 6ji8. 88 J. & 1- Frank, Western, 7 iaia.s.. H5 (ius. Sehauiberg, Western, 8ju;uv- 60 Hone A Co., Western, 7V49.&. 20 H. Frank, Western, 7Xv 4. 17 J. Clemson, Chester Co., 8V9.,Si'' 11 A. Kimble, Viiginto, 8ca9)i. 10 L. Home. Chenter co., OIV 86 Thomas Duffy, Western, m8V 40 John McArdle, Texas, 89 V 25 R. Mnyne, Texas, 6s'. 88 U Welker, Virginia, 6V;7. 28 Elkon A Co.. Western. 7n;s. 85 Laneston. Western, OWsilV I ows aud Calves are steady. Sa'es of springers at 40(a75, and Cowi and Calves at 50:ah0. K9- celpU, 1.5 heud. Mieeo meet a limited demand, with sales of 70(0 head at the ditferent yaiUs a; 4.60 per lb. gross. Hogs are less active at an Advance, Sales of 2000 head at Ii2-70ial2 75 per luo lbs. net, for corn fed. Pblladelphlo Trade lteport. Qi'Ibday, July 8. tSeeds Cloverseed is dull, and sells in a small way from second hauds at f9o9'2'i. Timothy is nominal. Flaxseed is !n demaud by the crushers at 12-25. Bark In the absence ol faoes we quote' No. 1 Quercitron at f 27 per ton. The Flour market is quiet, bat prises remain with out change. There Is no demand for shipment, and the 1 erattous 1 tr.e . " 'iir.i: 1 a-e i'tr.'i J to their Immediate wains. The sales loot up 4004 I 600 barrels, Including superfine at3Stvffvas; extras Bt!6-2Na5-60; Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota ex tra family at 5-76(t6-75, the latter rate for choice; Pennsylvania do. do. at tK4-80: Ohio do. do. at 6-25(6-75; and fancy brands at 7-60a8-60, accord iDg to quality. Rye Floor may be quoted at 6-25. In Corn Meal nothing doing. The W heat market presents no new feature, tha demand being chiefly for prime loti, which are in small supply. Sales of 8500 bushels prime Pennsyl vania red at l-46ai-46: and part on secret terms. Rye Is steady at tl for Western. Corn is quiet, but prices remain without change ; sales of 1200 bushels Pennsylvania yellow at tl-09, and 400 bushels Western do. at turn. Oats are unchanged ; sales of Pennsylvania at 62w63c ; and mixed Western at 60?. Whisky has declined; sales of 60 barrels Western iron-bound at 11. LATEST SHIPPING LNTELLIQEXCeT For additional Marine Kew see liinUH Pags. Hy Cable.) Queknstown, July 6 The steamship Malta, from New 1 ork for Liverpool has arrived here. The City of London, also from New York for Liverpool, arr. jesteiday. Londondekrv, July B The steamship Prussian, from Quebec for Liverpool, arrived yesterday. (By Telegraph.) Fortress Monroe, July 4 Arrived, ship Uncle Joe, from Callno. for orders. lasscd In for Baltimore, barks M. Bird, from Cal lao, and U. Palmer, from St. Thomas; brigs A''iu!d neck, from Havana; Francis, from Mavagues; Faust ina, from West Indies; and Glance, from R:o; sent Sophia, from San Andreas. I'assed out, steamer Cuba; bark Mani-oj; br!gg llarrv, Romance, and Alagdall; and s hr Ada F. Whitney. PORT OF PHILADELPHIA : ...JULY 5 BTATK OF THKRMOMKTKR AT THE EVENING TELITGRirH OFFICE. 7 A.M.. ...... 70 1 11 A.N 79 I 2 P. M 64. ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Steamship J. W. Everman, Hinckley. CO hours from. Charleston, S. C, with cotton, etc., to Soader & Adams. tsteamer Norman, NIckerson, 45 hours from Boston, whh nulse. to II. Winsor A Co. Below Brandywine passed an unknown bark; on fourteen-feet bank, a Bn-men bark and a three-masted schooner; a brig at anchor above the Ledge; bark Emll, from Liver-" pool, below Bombay Hook; below Reedy Island, brig Proteus, from Matanzas; and an unknown baric at New Castle, all bound up. Passengers : Mr. Mil llgan and brother, W. S. Wild, J. W. Mahoney, G. W . Hubbard, J. Head, J. W. Reece, George A. Hen derson, George E. Tllge, J. A. Steiner, J. Pee, and Mr. Hale and wife. btearaer E. N. Fairchild, Trout, 24 hours from New York, with mdse. to Win. M. Buird A Co. Steamer Anthracite, Green, 24 hours from New Y'ork, with mdse. to W. M. Balrd A Co. Steamer Fanita, Freeman, 24 hours from New York, with mdse. to John F. Old. Brig Velocity, Darren, 9 days from Sagua, with suvar and molasses to Isaac Hough & .Morris vessel to Lennox A Burgess. Schr Helen, I'errv, 2 days from Newark via Wil mington, Del., in ballast to captain. . CLEARED THIS MORNING. Ship Nimbus, Kelly, Hamburg, Workman fc Co. Steamer Chester, Jones, New York, W. F.ClydeACo. Bark W. E. Anderson, Drummond, Stetten, Work man it Co. Br. bark Dr. C. Tupper, Chambers, Antwerp, C. C. Van Horn. Nor. bark Aladdin Evanson, Stockhoim, L. WeBter gaard A Co. Brig Iris, Hatlield, Wilmington, N. C, do. Br. brig Attle Durkce, Murphy, Stetten, C. C. Van Horn. Brig L. M. Merritt, Eaton, Gibraltar, orders, Work man A Co. Schr Richard Peterson, English, East Cambridge, J. C. Scott & Sons. Schr James H. Moore, NIckerson, Boston, do. Schr J. R. Manning, Gandy, Boston, do. Tug Hudson, Nicholson, Baltimore, with a tow of barges, W. P. Clyde A Co. Tug G. B. Hutchtr.R, Davis, Havrc-de-Grace, With a tow of barges to W. P. Clyde A Co. ARRIVED THIS MORNING. Br. ship Portlaw, Rice, from Liverpool via Ber muda (where she repaired), 14 days, with mdse. to Peter W right A Sons. Steamship Whirlwind, Sherman, 30 hours from Providince, with mdse. to D. .S. Stetson A Co. Steamer Hercules, Colburn, from Portsmouth, N.. 11., In ballast to J. S. Utiles. Steamer Mount Vernon. Kerst, from Bridgeport, Conn., In ballast to captain. Steamer Jas. S. Green, Vance, from Richmond and Norfolk, with mdse. to W. P. Clvde A Co. Steamer New York, Jones, from Georgetown and' Alexandria, with mdse. to w. P. Clyde U Co. Steamer Beverly, Pierce, 24 hours from New York, With mdse. to W. 1. Clyde A Co. Bark Rebecca Carnana, Llesigung, 10 days from Matanzas, with sugar and molasses to John Mason A Co. Brig Courier, Lcind, 65 days from Paiermo, with, fruit to N. Hellings A Bro. Schr M. A.Tyler, Tyler, 4 days from Providence, in l allast to Lennox & Burgess. Schr It. S. Corson, Corson, 0 days trim Bath, with ice to Knickerbocker Ice Co. Schr J. Al. Fitzpatrick, Smith, from Kid's Rock,, With Ice to Knickerbocker Ice Co. Schr Express, Frodwell, from Easton. Schr J. H. Wainwright, Abrams, from Boston. Schr J. F. Carver, Norwood, from Boston. Sbhr Gcean Wave, Nowe, from Boston. Schr Henrietta. Linden, from Hartford, Conn. Schr Ceres, Trider, from Dover, N. 11. fchr Stephen S. Lee, Springer, fioiu Harwich. Schr Decatur Oakes, Berry, from Boston. Schr Dolphin, Rose, from South Creek, N. C. SchrS. Wilson, Walls, from Gardiuer, with Ice to Johnson & Co. Schr Mary Haley, Haley, from Gardiner, with ice to Johnson & Co. Schr Hiawatha, Newman, from Newb iryport, with mdse. to Knight & Sons. Schr Saliie smith, from Georgetown, Md., with grain to Christian & Co. Schr E. English, C ruel, 7 days from Richmond, Me., with Ice to Lyons A Myers. Steamtug America, Vlrden, 12 hours from Dela ware Breakwater, having in tow Bhip I'ort'.aw, from Liverpool. Tug Thoa. Jefferson, Allen, from Baltimore, with a tow of barges, W. P. Clyde A Co. Tug Chebapeake, Merrlhew, from Ha. re-de-Grace, with a tow of barges to W. P. Clyde U Co. Special Despatch to The Evening Telegraph. Havkk-de-Gkack, July 6. The following boits left this morning In tow : Neptune, with grain to Hoffman & Kennedy. John Hetzell, Edwin Uomewood, B. C. Shaefl'er, and Casco, with lumber to Craig &. Blanchard. O. llortniun, with lumber to Norcross & Sheets. R. H. Wicgart, with lumber to S. K. Ilo itz & Co. Eleven Brothers, with coal, for Wilmington. D. Hawalaghiri, with lumber to M.ilvain Ac Bush. Atlantic, with lumber to Patterson & Lippmoott. Yankee Spy, Middleton, and Orlando, with lumber to Taylor & Betts J. J. Fausnaught and Wabash, with lumber to Saylor, Day & Morie. J. R. T. Ryan, wilh lumber to R. Woolverton. MEMORANDA. Port, bark Marinna VII, Gonsalves, for Piiiladel phia, sailed from LiBbnn 8d inst. Port, bark Marianua HI, Palpas, for New York, sailed from Lisbon 8d Inst. F IRE 8TAT10 IViC II V, ASMS, MONOGRAMS, ILLUMINATING. HTO, DRKKA, 1033 OUK8NUT HtiHt, Card K UK rarer and BUtiooar 0 31 tv'c REFRIGERATORS. Every one Invited to call and see "THE DAVIS' REFRIGEKATOK freezing water :&!) eo.iid Ice every day this week, at 12IVrAIU I. AV1I.I.I 41 Great Ceatrol House-fam.niug Ssore, 4 7 etuth ltfp No 915 MA".EST Street.