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COAT.. COAL! COAL! IL Heflstroi I Go,, golf Accnta at oil point* for ' (Lchltfl* fftllcy It* Co.) asi-stf bith ° WILKESBARRE, PA., , ... market rates at retail, orb,carload nr „Ci»'"» t X,S,V l isiMri» the brat wo oror handled, gra rat.Srdlx.ao' rare, and from tUo 1.1 'nib“cite Goal-Mda. Wo prarantoo por g*&ul lion lll » u E Xi. SEDSTE.OM & CO., **' office, 71 Wasliington-st. ( 160 X\lnff»bnrT-«t* ) Vnrtt Koai ?>»xtecnJn-at. jiSDS:j near Cuicago-aT. FRANKLIN COAL.! m.* bast prepared Anthracite Coal shipped market. It ie free from Slate and '“’t dinker. We are prepared to fur- V P.alers and Consumers this Coal in any BLOSSBUHG. km., and ILLINOIS COAL. eo&ers & CO. ■ OFFICES: l<i EitM., 100 Bearlioni-st., cor. WasMiigton. TABDS-772 Clark-st., 144 Market-st. COAL! COAL! AHRENS & BEHRENS. nATTNEL CO A r., for the low- MAPLE and BEECH Vrfe’sWMllcfntral Park Station, Ans- Oat Part, will do well to call on us, S'we rfl deliver fuel oat there cheaper Slniifone eUe.ou wagon or by car-load. Office, 561 West Madison : st., . Near Aahland-av. 296 West Yan Bnren-st. AHB.ENS & EESEENfI. DBY GOODS. GREAT FIRE ' SALE Gmtinned until every article is sold. COME EARLY in tlie morn ing and avoid tlie BUSH. liBlL BMTiIEi 63 & 65 WasMngton-st,, Between State and Dearborn-sis. T.aKE navigation. wmm ffiiiis. ‘ fe Bfietafc. Sheboyffan,, Slanlto j. »e,etc., daUyfSnndayaeioepted). f| rSfSitaniaj’* boat don’t leave nntil 8 p.m. ’] h Grand Haren. MnaJcepon. Trarerae City, Uctinac, etc., daily (Sundays excepted) bsu Joseph dally (Sunday excepted) fcaturday'a Boat don’t leave nntil 11:30 P- tn« h Manistee and Tuesday and Thursday 9 a. m. , JsGrsen Bay and Intermediate porta, Tneeday n4 Friday .. Tp.m, : laS«ttaaba and Lake Superior ports, Won oi Thursday P*6£»agd Dock?, foot MlchJjrao-ar. MISCELLANEOUS. EXPOSITION. inu the persons who were on duty at the btsfßtoto Industrial Exposition on the hill of Inly 14, and have Watchman’s litres ITos. 15,18, and 19, call and oxchonßo Junior the-money appropriated lor their unices.' < J. H. OSGOOD, toSloe! H 5* ®di*bthU device forhorae happiness; neither Beech f•* lUtoa eret bought one. Sold at Tot Stores and at fe»7. Ganwt., pp*r Prairie-*v.. ana Thirtieth-st. wc. hfg. CO. UEIBOI ILLS! ill “SuMM” CDIMD. “lift You TM of Ttaf Stn^ the rooms I occupied at the PAJtIS liefestMad»«oo-Bt., are the mustclc » airy of any to be found on the West tin!! aiwajg stay there in future.” for S-AJEiB. ißalf Interest in “The Land-Owner.” B. V. MOFFATT. ' • ■ ■ 41 Portland Block. LAUNDRIES. *t-XT Pff Gr 33 n. ? ® laundry. —126 Dcarbom-et., I£6 Michigunt., 139 West •BIB? STEAM- LAUffIRI «mCES- r 100 iUiulison-*t., *( 210 >Vc»t Madiaon-st. Notices. it la mind that you can ffet your 'filiHft&tdooe for ?l per dox. (dresses extra) at the Lai?SDRYP* rear 572 CanruU-ftT. STATIONERS. &o. blank books, oX£jjy t PRINTING fumfahed promptly and 41 fair prices bj Sl. -VST. JOKTEB, 101 Sc xoo JIAUXSOX-ST. STUHEBAEER BROTHERS, 263 & 265 Wabast-av. /y d&a i \lspss Carriage, Buggies, Koua *» agoas. Express, Grocery, and i’.v:n Wnuvn.. of our own manuiacture, la every •gric, al«r*>s on baud. All work wsrrarrod. STI DKBAKEU HKOS., SPECIAL iom Bnrlsy & fpll Announce the removal of their entire stock of CHINA, CROCK EBY, GLASS AND SILVER PLATED WARES, and PAN OV GOODS, to Nos. 83 & 85 State-st, One door north of Field, Leiter & Co.’s Retail Store. We invite the attention of all classes of purchasers. WHOLESALE ANF RETAIL GOODS BY. THE PACKAGE OH REPACKED. PLEASURE EXCURSIONS. PtefBElCRiS T.ATTF, SJJPEEIOE. Lale Sinai® PetlS lie it Steamers, Pock between Madison and Waahlnston-sta. iBBr OSIT IDTE OF- EBSNCLASS PASSENGER BOATS ' EBOE CnfCAGQ'TO LAB SUPMB:' ~ Steamer “J. L. HURD "will leave on THURSDAY, Ana. 13, at 8 p. m. Steamer "PEERLESS" will leave on TUESDAY, Attg. 18, at Bp. m. .. . .. Staterooma accnred and alUnfomation obtained b/ ap nlvineto LKO-OLD «s AU>>i KlA.’i) 72 Market-**.. cim*r \S a>hlo«ti>n. WATCHES, JEWELRY. &c. DIMOIDS, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Fine Pebble Spectacles, Marine Glasses, Opera Glasses, Barom eters, at very LOW PRICES. ROSEBEEEI & FILCH, 68 MDISON-ST..COR. STATE. 7 p. m. ,10 a- m. 9aa dime SAmr^BANi ctaiM tir m Exclusively a Savings Bant. 105 CLAEK-ST., Metnoflist GUnrcli Blocfc in 3 tows rt 10 J»r «« interest ; no charg. to fender for ob.tr.ctor ftoeldent. . Wk. Reed, Cashier. . 11 . 1 „ M .n NOTE— Darin* ih® recent panic, this Bank baa paid all deposits on demand, without notice- . —— Superintendent, |! ASSIGNABLE Furniture. W.-W. STRONG ' HJRNITTJEE CO, 266 & 868 Wabash-av.- - ' BHLPHtTB. VAPOB,- . BHSSIAN VABOE, • __ MBECUBIAL VAPOB. '. And WATEB BATHS. 101 South Desplames-st, J. PRT'-SCOTT.M. D- Proprietor., REOPENING. GBAHD YQCAL AND ffiSTBDMEMTAL CONCERT! ; TUBE CLAM CHOWDER. ' A.TX-jftJNT’X'IO on c-Mth riirkjt. odd.' Old Court House, MONDAY. f 9 /w IK4 PP h: TUCK HORN. Proprietor. Au*. 10, J. G. OAKJJSY. Manager. _ WAHTBD-fO LEASE OR BUY a int #<>r mAnufftcforjng purpose?. lw)xli>oor -00 ft. ; one glsSssa^^'a^K d*#cxiptioaoX property, S 60j Xnbane office. CARRIAGES. &o, REMOVAL, FINANCIAL. FURNITURE. BATHS. REOPENING. WANTED. CHICAGO. SUNDAY AUGUST 9, 1874—SIXTEEN PAGES EIRE INSURANCE. NORTHWESTERS Moil Ins. Coiw OF MILWAUKEE. Cash Capital,-$600,000 Assets, June 30,1874, $830,096.39. IT. S. Bond*, 5-20's of '65. .9*3o* 150.23 “ “ 6’* 85,573.00 “ •• Carrencye 1 * 101,860.00 M •• 6-30’aof•€!.. 20,301.25 M. A St. P. R. Ist Mon. Bond* 10,200.00 MU. City Water Bondi... 133,300.00 Cihboc hand and la Lank 122,713.02 Loans on Bond and Mart* gegn 87,750.00 Loans on Collateral 68,106.73 Bills Receivable (Marine Prems) 64,570.C0 Proms in coarse of collec tion 58,233.44 Duo from Ins. Cos 11,501.04 Salvage Claims on Losses Paid 0.650.00 Office Furniture, and Sup. plies 2,300.00 NOTICE. TO MERCHANTS AM) OWERS 0? BUILEIRRS. The WESTERN” has very small lines of Insurance in Chicago. The Company is the largest west of New Yo<*k. We are prepared to write fair lines at cur rent rates. Please examine the above statement, and if yxm"desli*b'lnsurance call at tho BEANCH OITIOE or THE OOHPAHT, 108 LaSal2e-st., Chicago. ALFRED JAMES, I«pr. mourn! THE Boston IMemiißrs, 035’ BOSTON, COMPOSED OF THE FOI.I.OTTrNG WELL- KNOWN CO-Ui’AMES: ELIOT IHEUPiAIiCB CO., WSIEtfS FEE mSffiKCE CO, iM WiSOEiGMHP.EBIAPjHEBIS.CII, Gasli Assets, $1,500,000 Policies issued on Dwellings, Stores, Merchandise, and the better class of Fire Bisks gen erally. APPLY TO FRED’K S. JAMES. 144 LaSalle-st„ Chicago. PIANOS. HALLETT.IIAVISI CO.’S Grand, Square, and Upright • - PIANOS. SEVENTT-TTVR first premiums award ed for KEST PIAXOS. # . 30*000 bare boon manufactured ana are now in IJ.s 12, These Planoe, in all rarietlea of •tylre, with a largo assortment of other manufac turers. can bo aoen at the Piano and Organ Ware rooms of W. W. KIMBALL, Cor. State and Adams-sts, NEW PIANOS to rent or for «il. hr paying a *maU amount down and the bal ance in ißstaUmeDta. BEAL ESTATE. ’ FOR SALE. PACKING HOUSE SUES At the Stock Yards. We have Just made a subdivision of the 40 acres lying south of “ The Bicker Packing House.” The Blocks are 300x400 feet, con nected by Kailioad with all tracks centering at Cattle Yards and Chicago. Wo will offer special inducements both in price and terms to those who will improve at once. Apply to WI. D. KERFOOT & CO., 85 East Washington-st. CLARENDON ILLS! See iiifliicßißDts ill‘‘SM^’cslnm BUSINESS CARDS. THE CHICAGO .STEAM- CIIFif CLEANING and feather RENOVATING CO.. WABASH-AV. BARKER i PHILLIPS. 043 ELLIS & YOUN&, !09 ‘ STATE-ST.. COM OF ASM HO.. 21 Is. Mm ani Sis. Wmi am owparod to rewire tbelr former Pfttxoa* aad other UdhS who require drei'inakiu* dooe. Latest styles. Work and finUn *730 WAB^3-=a°-A.V- BEECHER-TILTON. Moulton's Statement to Give a Full History of the Scandal. Tilton Colds Another and More Im portant Letter to Support Bis Case. Correspondence Between Mrs. Tilton and Her Mother in 1870. Confessions of Gailt Said to Dave Been Frequently Hade. Mr. Tilton’s Suit to Be Brought to Trial as Soon as Possible. Special Dispatch to The Chiasm Tribunt. MOCI.TOX’S STATEMENT. 5530.000.30 New Tons, Aug. B.—No events of importance in the scandal have occurred to-day. llonltpn has finished his statement, but does not submit it until Monday, when it will at once be made public. It is very long. A full history is given of the Bowen-Beccber difficulties as the origin of the scandal. Had B'eooher and Bowen not quaircled, the scandal would never have been agitated. Moulton attributes to Bowen con st ant agitation, which haa made it necessary ior Tilton to reply. has lost so much character by the partisan lan guage which it has used that their delay to ex amine Moulton until Monday haa caused a rumor tnat they are making efforts to compromise. I cannot learn that there have been any snob over tures, but cerfaiulv the consultations as far as can bo learned (and the Committee is by no means air-cieht j and their private conversations indicate that they are IN AN UNHAPPY FBA3EB OP HIND. Everywhere their delay is considered as looking to compromise, and tlieir conduct of tho exam ination and denunciation of witnesses are de clared to be damaging to Beecher. Among the raper-a which Tilton has in reserve, there ase, as'l*l earn from one of his meet inti mate counselors, who bio been aiding him to prepare 1 evidence for his Kwycr, letters of tho existence of which Beecher and his lawyers have no knowledge whatever. They are said to ho more cempiomhung than thoso of Beecher himself. As xnv informant put it. if ho had trouble •in explaining hia own letters, those of Mrs. Tilton and Mrs. Morse, her mother, will overwhelm him. I un derstand tliat these letters are from correspond ence looking to an anangemeut for separation in 1870, and are from airs. Horse to Mr. and Mrs. Tilton, irom Mrs. Tilton to her mother, and from both tho ladies to Mr. Tilton. They contain rnXQUZHT PLAIN ADMISSIONS OF GUILT on the part of Mrs. Tilton, and Mrs. Morse seems to have known of her guilt. Very little news need bo looked for until Moulton s state ment is published. , iZb the Associated Frees. 1 ‘ ' New Yost, Aug. 8.-—licpor* s of interviews, with little in them, and speculations, are poly made public to-day about the Brooklyn scandaL 3lr. Beecher has gone to Peekskill, and the Committee and counsel ore oat of town. Gen. Butler has arrived in tho city. and. to a re porter who called on him, he said ho did not de sire to talk about tho case at all, and didn't. Mr. Moulton has concluded hi? statement. It, is said to be very long, and to contain allusion to the DIFFICULTY BETWEEN THE BET. HENRY WARP BEECHER ARP 3fR. KERRY 0. BOWXN. ‘ Mr. Moulton was caught in hla hone© by an interviewer, and asked; -Was your reference to Mrs. Hooker, in your letter to Mr. Beecher, in tended to create presumption of the guilt of the latter, or designed simply to indicate the charac ter of some of tbe documents in your posses sion ? I ask this because come of Mr, Beecher’s friends charge tho former object. . • Mr. Moulton said, in reply: “Tbe letter re ferred to in your inquiry was regarded by mo at tbe time it was written as a private note, which I never supposed would be pub lished. It has been published through no instrumentality of mine, and, such being the case, I decline to say anything further about it than that the reference ailuaed to was not in tended to create the-presumptlon of Mr. Beech er’s guilt, nor was it designed to indicate the natui© of tbe documents m my possession" MOULTON AND THE COMMITTEE. ' A gentleman connected with tbe case being asked what tbe Committee proposed to do if Mr. Moulton should offer a statement, hut should decline to submit to cross-examination, said the Committee would then decline to receive Moul ton’s statement at all; and, if Mr. Moulton should then make public his statement, they would simply have to go before the country on such a state of facts, and let the people de cide the question. It is certain the Commit tee would receive from Moulton tho documents if he should elect to turn them over without any statement, but should be weave those documents into a statement in which be should characterize those papers and draw conclusions front them, and then decline to au emit to a cross-examina tion, tho Committee would certainly refuse to accept such statement. ' s waa captured' thrice by reporters -while* on hia way from hia residence to his lawyers office, and stopped long enough to say in answer to a ques tion, Was not tbo fact of Moulton making bis statement in advance of Beecher an advantage to the latter? that I (Tilton) ~ neither desire -nor need an advantage. I do not * wish to humiliate Mr. Beecher needlessly. If the • statement of my case first will save Mr. Beecher one heedless word which he might wish to recall, I am very glad to render him this service. He needs all the char ity which it is in mV power.to bestow, ,lam re ceiving vindicatioa every time that any real fact in the matter comes out, and I am so rear my full and final vindication that lean affoid to wait a little longer. - • 'To the question, “Bid'yon ever see the letter which Mr. Beecher wrote to your wife after the Woodhall di'idofcurc—the letter that alludes to ‘ Theodore still loving her ?’ 3lr. Tilton answered, “ Whv, I carried it to Elizabeth. It waa written for her, that she might short it to her friends and'eatisfy herself.’' TItTON’S SPIT AGAINST ISEECHEB. . Ex-Judgo Morris, counsel for -Mr. -Tilton, save: The suit which Mr. Tilton proposes to bring a'-aiust Hr. Beecher hie no reference to the action of The Committee whatever. When Mr.. Tilton . announced his intention not to. appear before the commute again,, and his, instructions acre - given to his, counsel to begin suit against Mr.Beecber,ho meant exact ly what ho said. The action of the Committee will neither hasten nor delay the commencement of. tba suit, which will be brought in tbs Suprenie Court. It-will bo an action against Hr. Beecher for criminal connection with Mrs. Tilton. The amount of damages claimed will be in accordance with’ the magnitude of the suit, Lut,Mr. Tilton a purpose in bringing action is not to receive anv pecuniary benefit, bat simply to vindicate his good name against the atrocious slanders to which ho has been subjected. So far us Mr. Tilton- is concerned, the case will bo pressed for trial at the earliest possible day.” Henry C. Bowen telegraphs that he has had no interview with any person on the Brooklyn scandal and characterizes the alleged interview with him, published in the Brooklyn paper yes terday, as a stupendous fraud from beginning to ehei. pi/raiotrTH chits ch not a joint stock' comp ant.- Te tKe Editor of Ttie Chicane Tribune: ' 1 - Silt: Having been told by an acquaintance wbo was very positive on the eobjectthat Plym outh Church is a -joint-etock company, and that ita shares are bought and sold in the hen Xork THE COanriTTEE UR. TILTON DENIAL FliOM BOWEX market in the same way as other stocks; and baring also seen numerous newspaper articles referring to that church as such a company; and believing that such statements were made for the sole purpose of creating a public Impression that the Investigating Committee of that church, before which Mr. Beecher is now on trial, would have a pecuniary interest in his acquittal, thus impairing the confidence of the public in their verdict should the Committee find him innocent, —although personallv a stranger to the party in question, 1 took the liberty of addressing a let ter of inquiry to a member of that Committee, who is well known to the public, and whose per sonal character is without taint or siiapicion, and by return mail I received the following reply: Kew York, July 27,1874. Dtm Bra: I hive your* of the 31th, and would say, in reply to your question, that there is no stock in Mr. Beecher’s Church for sale in Wall street, or anywhere ciae; that the Church Is all paid for, and owned by the Society. The pews are rented every year, and bring about 560,0C0 per annum, with which not only his own Society is supported, but two other largo churches have been built, and are mostly supported by Mr, Beecher’s Church. Respectfully yours, •••••••. Although the foregoing loiter was quite satis factory to myself, yet, as the acquaintance be fore alluded to said, Ob, yes! but he does not say that it is not a joint-stock company after all; he only says that the stock is not for sole. That is the caeo with other good etock, I ven tured to pureuo the inquiry still further, and have received the following reply, which is about as explicit as possible: Kkw York, Ang. 5, 1874. Dead Ses : I have to say, in reply to yours of the SOtb ult., that there Is no joint stock about Plymouth Church. "When the Church waa built, about twenty five years since, scrip was Issued io parties contribut ing the money to build It,—the interest on the scrip pay ablein pew-rents, until the scrip could be paid from the income of the Church, or otherwise. The rental of the pews was so large that, beside paying the rent expenses, the debt of the Society represented by the scrip was soou paid ofl*, so that the Society is free from debt, and the Church belong - * to the Society. If the Church could be sold to-day for $1,000,000, no individual of cither Church or Society could get the first dollar of the money, and it could only be used for another church or churches, in which no Individual would have any pecuniary interest whatever. Rcsj* c> folly yours, I-omit the gentleman’s name simply because I do not know that it would be agreeable to him to have it made public. . I presume that, having seen the original let ters. vou will certify their genuineness and re liability. ■ Qceuist. “ DOES HE LIVE DOWN TO QHO3U3 f» From the Lrvoklyn Aravs. Ex-Judge James Trov has been on a visit to the east end of Long Island. While at Good Ground tde Judge sprang on & stage, and, seat ing himself beside the driver, opened up conver sation in this fashion : *• Well, how’s Beecher stock an here ? Stage-driver—“Beecher stock ! Beecher stock! What's that ? ” “ Henry Ward Beecher,” explained Judge Troy, thinking that a repetition of the name in full might brighten the roan’s memory. • Stage-driver—“ Henry Ward Beecher! Who the deuce is Henry Ward Beecher ? ” “ Have von never beard of Henry Ward Beech er ? ” in ft tone of surprise. Stage-driver (meditatively)—“ Well, now you mention it, I don’t know as I have. Does be live dosn to Quoguo ? ” THE WISCONSIN LAW. Arguments in the Injunction Gnses at Jladison. Special Dispatch to The Chicago Tribune. Maui eon, Wis., Aug. B.— The arguments in the injunction cases were resumed this morning in tho Supreme Court. Tho Hon. B. C. Cook and ex-Judge C. B. Lawrence, counsel for tho North western Bold, presented their views at great length. The points heretofore made by tho railroad lawyers,—that tho Legislature has no ri"bt to delegate to Commissioners the power to fix rates; that tho roads cannot be deprived of the privilege of regulating their own charges, and that the present suit should have been in stituted under common law practice instead of by chancery, were ably sustained bv both speak ers. The arguments will probably close on Tuesday. ~, , , [A comprehensive report of-the arguments or Messrs. ‘Cook and Lawrence will bo printed in Monday’* Xjuecne.J CASUALTIES. Fatal mine Accident* • TTilkesbarre. Pa., Aug. B.—Two men wore killed at tho Pennsylvanian Coal Company s mines yesterday,' by tho fall of top coal. Three Servants Killed by the Careless Use ot Paris Green. ' New York, Aug. B.—The Coroner’s inquest in the case of John and Annie Powers and Ellen Burke, the servants who died about two weeks ago from the effects of poison, as alleged, in chow-chow which tbev had used at dinner, has resulted in a verdict that they came to tneir death from, tho accidental introduction into their food of Paria green. which had been freely dia tiibuted throughout the kitchen to kill insects The Ohio Rim Disaster* Bisi>*o Sun. Ind., Aug. B.—Niue bodies are here unhuried, and of these that have been buried the following have been identified: Christian Konner, Madison, Ind; David C. lunny. Patriot, Ind; Mrs. Mary Gib bons, Indianapolin; Mycr Goldman, New Or leans, and a cNdohid fireman known as “Jock. The friends of all except Goldman have arrived. George Vogt, Louisville; Sally Gaumer, Madi son ; Mrs. Tuttle. Louisville, and two wmte bove, one 17 and the other 7 years old, have been found above, the two latter on the Ken tucky shore. One body was landed in Switzer land County this morning. Officers of the mail lino take charge of tho unknown bodies and keep them as long as possible—generally not more than a day. There is much excitement along tho shore, and numerous skiff* are on tho look ° Tho disaster grows in magnitude. Over £0 bodies altogether, it is believed, have been re covered- ■ * Accident on the .tlisslßaippl Four Lives Lost - New Om.EAKS, La., Aug. 8.-Tho Ptemuer Hemy Ames, with a full cargo, from St. Louis for New Orleans, struck a snag last night near Waterproof and sunk in 25 feet of water, ina Henrr C. Yaegor is alongside the sunken steam er. ■ Only three lives or* known to have been C Xbo Ames had about 1.200 tons of assorted merchandise The value of the boat and cargo is estimated at .5131.000. The boat was owned and insured in Sr. Louis. The Amos had a frfll tnp, about 1.500 tons through, 300 tons way freight, consist! ar pnnet oally of gram, bacon, lard, flour, . potatoes, mid hav, and 15,000 packages of sundries. Her sinking was caused by .striking a hidden ob struction. ' ~.. - A Gorman woman and two children, going to Bavou * Sarah, and a French woman, going to Cook'a'Landlug. were lost No oaam passengers are missing. The books and papers were saved. The boat was insured for 425,000. Killed by tlg-htnlns. KassXs City. Mo.. ! Aug, B.—A special from Pcnc-a Kan., says during a-thunder-storm to day 13 miles west of this city, two men named John -0. Heddo and Edward A. Kcsse, were killed hr lightning. There were in other-persons in the wagon, all of whom escaped ininry except a Mrs. Huddltvon. who waa badly hiirnedAboiit the lower limbs. 1 The party were returning from Bussell County to their old home in Lucas County. lowa. They had abandon ed tiietr homesteads oo account of toe grass hopoers. The bodies were brought to bencca. and will bo intened there. BELIEF FOB IOWA SETTLERS. , Wasjnsoios. Aug. B.—Adjutant-General Eak- e w lowa, vrritea to Commissioner Buruett» of tie General Land Office, representing that there ia great suffering among the homestead settlors mtho northwestern counties of the SLate, ow ing to the risitation of the grasshoppers, and setting forth the hardship of requiring settlers to go sometimas 50 and sometimes 200 miles to make' 'final proof of the occupancy of their farms at. the . local Land Offices. Tie suggests that hereafter Tcpal land cCicera he required to yiat county seats on certain days to take depositions in order to sayo the settlers the expense they Ca CommiS3ionerßurdett is disposed to grant the relief asked for, and U inclined to rule in this particular ease that settlers bo allowed, if they prefer, to make their deposition before a Clerk of a Coart of Record at the county seat. CRIME. Arrest of a Suspected Robber* New Yobk, Ang. B.—Jacob Rosenborg was ar rested to-day od suspicion of being implicated in the robbery of $23,000 worth of jewelry from the store of John Brennan, in Philadelphia, on tho night of Feb. 19,1874. A large quantity of the jewelry has been recovered. The-Charlie Ross Abduction Case* Philadelphia, Ang. B.—The Chief of Police has issued a proclamation, stating that the po lice will forego any claim to the wbolo or part of the 620,000 rewaid offered by the Mayor for in formation that will lead to the arrest and con viction of tho abdnetora of Charlie Robs. The Chief invites communication, secret or other wise. from persons who may have the needed information. tynchlng Cose at no* HSvrcinl Dispatch to The Chicago Tribune, St. Louis, Ho., Am;. B.—A Woaaoshurg special to the Republican to-day aaya a mob, aai;po*od to.be composed of negroes and partly of white men, last night hang a negxo named Mnnro Divers, charged with outraging a white child 6 years old, daughter of a respectable citizen of Warreneburg. Tue negro made a foil confession, when the noose was placed round his neck. An inquest was held to-day, and a verdict rendered that the deceased came to hia death at tho hands of persons unknown. There is no excitement over the mutter whatever. Ten. Uroclc© the Horse Fancier Shot in Louisville* Louisville, Ky.. Ang. B.—Col. Richard Ten Brock?, the well-known horse-owner, was shot and reoorted mortally wounded at Gilman’s sta tion. this city, thisnveaing, by Walter Whittaker, a lawyer of this city. The particulars of the affair are not known. Whittaker has already killed two men, and is regarded as a desperate character. It will he lemfcmbcrcd that Ten Broeko sent a number of American horses to England some years since, and matched them agairst English runners. . Louisville, Kv., Aug. B.—Col. E. Ten Brocke, shot by Gen. Whittaker, is not dangerously wounded. Whittaker i hot at him four times, the last shot hitting Ten Brceke in the centre of the forehead, but fortunately glanced upward, cutting a ridge through tho forehead and hair, bat not penetrating tho skull. Ten Brooke’s escape is regarded aa verv extraordinary. Whittaker was arrested and admitted to 625.000 bail. His attack seems to have been unprovoked. Ten Broeke was un armed. There is much excitement in the city over the affair. Tlie Kato Dartwell JTlnrdcr in St* Louis* Bt. Louts, Ang. B.—Tuo only new develop ments in tho Katj Hartwell murder is the arrest of John McNairnev, a cousin of Kato s, who in vited her to take ice-cream the night of the murder, and who got into the wagon with her. The other two men in the wagon are not known. Tim Hartwell, tiie husband, is still in custody, bat the theorv of the police is that he had noth ing to do with the murder. The murdered woman was the daughter of Timothy Bncklcy, of Now York, an employe in the Twenty-third street gas house. She was married’to Hartwell when 14 years old, but had not lived happily with him for a num ber of years, and finally drifted into a life of prostitution. She had two cousins, named McNuimey and Connors, respectably connected, by whom eho had been taken out of brothels three times and sent to Now Yora, but after staying there a short time returned here, and relapsed into her old ways. Tho police authori ties tbiuk she waajmurdercd by some of her rela tives to end a career which they regarded as a disgrace to them. harder In Wayne County, 111. Fjrvm tht Wayne County ( III .) Pres*,.Au#.s. On Wednesday evening. July 29. a brutal mur der was committed in Hickory Hill Township, in this county. Francis Marion Garrison and Thomas L. Las- Icy, generally known as “Mote.” farmers and neighbors, had a misunderstanding about tho payment of 6G or $8 difference in a horse-trade. Some days before the tragedy. Easley sent word to Garrison that ho would como over to Garri son's house on Wednesday, and settle. He came according to agreement, and they talked tho matter over. They could not reconcile their con flicting opinions a.* to who should pay the amount in question, and Garrison is reported as saying that, if Easley did not pay tho money, ho would “scalp hipi,” or that he would “whip that amount out of him.” Shortly after tliis. Garri son loft Easley standing with two other neigh, bow who were present during the quarrel, and went: some 40 yards to his house, got his gun,, and deliberately walked within 10’ feet of Easley and shot him. The weapon used was a shot-gun heavily charged with shot, and the whole load entered Easley’s right side, killing him almost instantly. He exclaimed that he was killed, and died immediately. Tho two men who witnessed the murder are reported to have made no attempt to arrest Gar rison, who immediately loft for his brother’s farm, in tho same vicinity, and got a horse on which to escape. Garrison remained hidden iu the neighborhood of tho crime nntil Thursday evening, when bo left and traveled eastward. Thursday night ho stopped at N. C. Alexander's. 2 miles east of Fairfield, and asked to stay all night. He was drunk, and Mr. Alexander refused to receive him. bnt it seems that he slept that night in Mr. A-'fl corn-crib. > • On Friday evening Hiram Easley, brother or tho murdered man, accompanied by fire other residents of the vicinity of the murder, through Fairfield in pursuit of Garrison. Garri rison has an uncle residing in one of the river counties of Indiana, and it is supposed that bo will go there to secret© himself, and tho resi dence of bis uucle was the destination of tho searching party. SAN FRANCISCO HEMS. Sax rn.AScwco, Ang. B.—Milton 8. Latham, one of the .defendants in Ibo cose of Michael Reese against tho California Pacific Railway, publishes Vcard to-night denying Reese’s al legations of frond, saying, farther, that ail his re lations with the Company were such as any business man or banker might honorably assume.. THE WEATHER. • VyASHTKCr7ON< X>. C., Aug. B.—For tho Lake re gion slight changes of barometer and tempera ture!'winds mostly from tho west, and Partly clondv weather. For the North .vest, lower bar ometer, slightly higher temperature, and winds mostly from tbo cost and south, and partly cloudy weather. Witro-dyccriTir—A JTlan JUorsc filown to Atoms* The terrihlo effects of the explosion of six cans -of nitro-glvcerino (150 pounds). Dear Parker’s Landing, Pennsylvania, ■by which a young man named Joliu Oaborno was blown to atoms, are thus descriocJ: - _ “Obborae started from Emlontoo for FctroUa, where b© waa to fill eevotal ofUern. When he reached Parker it was too dirk to proceed farther with any degree or safety, and ho was peniaaded by a relative to remain over Sight Ho *ao called early in the morn ing and, obtaining a horse • and back board. started tfom Parker over the roughest road that w<w possible, although u is conjectured Uo went that way to make time, as it is the neat est route. Ho had crossed Boar Creek, aod was over 100 feet np the sooth slope of the bill .when the explosion occurred. Osborne’s bodv was horribly mangled. The head and body, from above the liins. and portions of the arms, were thrown over 300 feet from the scene. Por tions of his body and clothing could be seen lun'nng in the tops of trees, though they were ovgrlQw feet high. The head and portions of the stomach were found in Bear Creek, over 100 feet distant. The right band was found nearly a half-mile away, and in a radius of a mile numerous other portions were found, but it would bo utterly impossible to dis tinguish them from portions of the horse, whoi'e body was scattered ;a all directions by the tei -. rifle concussion. The shoes were ton> from the horse’s feet, which may be termed the most singular incident of the dreadful disaster. The seat of the buck-board and part of the struc ture wore found scattered over lull and ravines, aiid could not be distinguished except by a pre vious knoweJedgo of what it was. The trees were shipped of the foliage for rods around, many Of them being barked. The excavation in the road caused by the explosion waa i or 5 feet | deep, and most of it was from solid rock." NUMBER 351 FOREIGN What It Cost the Prince of Wales to Sow His Wild Oats. Parliament to Be Asked to Pay l&e Debts of the Bankrupt Prodigal. Germany Will Soon Recognize tha Independence of the Spanish Republic. GREAT BRITAIN. New York. Aug. B.—A London letter nays: “ A report has suddenly gained currency that tbs long-expected crisis has occurred in the financial affairs of tho Prince of Wa]es t and that tbt Ministry have made up their minds to propose u> tho douse of Commons, at tho next session, to pay his debts. The sum named is X40.00U sterling, four times the sum that was voted in 1787 to appease the creditors of that pattern of royalty who afterwards became George IV. About paying the bills there are certain to be two powerful and contradictory sentiments, one that tho honor of the nation is concerned in providing for the debts of its future King; the other that these debts are of a character which ought to be paid ont of the accumulated fox tone of tho Queen. The latterview rests on tho well known fact that the Queen has been receiving, ever since the death of Prince Albert, tho whole of the income calculated at her deceasion to sup port the expenses of the Coart in the usual de gree of splen dor; that Her Majesty has, however, lived during this period, for the most part, in re tirement, and the cost of the drawing room lovers and other royal pageantry has, in fact, fallen upon the Prince ana Princess of Wales, whoso income has been unequal to sych a burden. Too existing debts, or a consid erable port of them, have, according to this the ory, been incurred in the discharge of these du ties ; hence it is urged that the Queen, who has bad and kept money given to her hr the State for such purposes, ought to pay them. The Prince of Wales has X 40,000 a year, plus the rev enue of tho Duchy of Cornwall, which no« amounts to over XIOO.OOO per annum.” London, Aug. 8. —There was a serious riot in Portsmouth to-uighfc in consequence of the pier authorities closing a thoroughfare. A mob of several thousand persona destroyed the ob struction, when the police charged upon them repeatedly, and many policemen and rioters were severely injured. A renewal of the noting is feared. Paths, Aug. 8. —It is reported that the German Government has notified its representatives abroad that the time has coma to recognize the Spanish Republic. BEttLm, Aug. B.—Tho Cologne Gazette says tho French Government has agreed to recall tho war ship Overoqne from Civita Vocchi, and that ves sel will probably quit the station she haa so long occupied on tho 15th iust., or before, Tho Emperor William has approved the ver dict of acmilttal in the case of Capt. Werder, who was tried by court-martial for his conduct in tho Mediterranean at the time of the Intransi gent© insurrection at Cartagena. The German mon-of-war Nautilus and Alba tross sailed from Kiel to-day for Spain. They will tonch at Plymouth. Rome, Aug. B.—The Pope has declared his in tention to create four new Cardinals. Last night an armed band of forty persons quitted Imola and proceeded to Bologna, de stroyinfT-the telegraph lines and disarming rail way watchmen as they went. The party was pursued by a military force, who arrested nearly all of them, and seized their arms and ammon> tion. There has beon some excitement in Bologna, caused by the organization of revolutionary so cieties, hat these have been dissolved, and the town is now tranquil. Paris, Aug. B.—The relatione between France and Italy are very satisfactory. Paris, Ang. B.—The report that Germany ia negotiating for the cession of Santonais denied. Ex-President Thiera ia unwell. CHINA AND JAPAN. Bar Fea>*cisco. Aug. B.—The steamer Colorv do brought 830 passengers and 1,030 fcona ol freight for New York via Panama. The Japan Gazette of July 2(P says: ** The great subject of interest still continues to be the Japanese expedition to Formosa. The Japanese have quite succeeded in the primary object of the expedition, and might retire with good grace. Indeed, they have nothing else to do there un lessit bo true that they think-of colonizing, and that to all foreigners and to many among them selves appears mere folly.” The Hikado has no public appearand during the mouth. The fimperor pays out of his own privy purs* the expense of a foreign doctor to attend the troops in Formosa. The deliberate assembly commences its sit tings in September. There is a report that the Japanese have left the Island of Saghalion and gone to Yeso. It has beon publicly montionedfor soma days, and not contradicted, that tho would-be .assas sins of Iwakura, lately Japanese Ambassador to foreign powers, have been decapitated. The Japanese Government has appealed to lha Circuit Court of California against, the adverse decision given by the United States Consol in its last suit against the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, for damages of $10,250 for breach of contract. Shipments of tea from here continue to be od a scale larger than in former seasons. In consequence of excessive competition among buyers, prices rule too high to leave a margin of probable profit to exporters. • The Government is evidently opposed to lha circulation of foreigners m the interior, unless they will agree to he subject to Japanese law. Tho command of the British China squadron, which will shortly to the completion by Vice-Admiral Sir C. F. A- Shadweil, C. 8., F. R. 8., of hie prescribed period of service, will, it ia believed, be conferred by the Admiralty on Vice-Admiral H. Chads. » Tho steamer Canton was lost near Foochow, with a full cargo of tea. Her Mftjcbtv’s Consul at Saigon baa been noti fied that, unices provided with clean bills cf health, all vessels taking cargoes of passengers at Saigon will be placed in quarantine at Hong Kong for coven days. The Chinese authorities have concentod to a telegraph being erected between the Pagoda an chorage and the foreijp settlement of Foochow, ami the Viceroy is desirous of having a wire to bis own yamen in the city. Tho Peruvian treaty seems to be very unpopu lar with tho Chinese, who are said to have re fused to do more than come to a provisional ar rangement until tho report of the Coolia Com miuiionor is received. and Gift St. Peteusbcro, Aug. 9. —The Odious says the Czar has invited the son of the late Emperor, Napoleon to witness military manoovres. OCEAN STEAMSHIP NEWS, Next Toes, Aug, B.—Arrived Steamships Gaelic, from Liverpool, and Frankfort, from Bremen. Liverpool, A tig. B. Steamships Abyssinia and Minnesota have arrived out. London', Ang. B.—Steamship Franklin, from New York, has arrived out. Liverpool, Ang. B.— Steamship State of Min nesota, from New Orleans, has arrived out. VESSELS PASSED PORT HURON. Poet Hraos, Aug. B.—Doww— Prop. St. Joseph, Concord, Yoaeznlta; scUrs Bsvrden, Helvetia, Lucerne, Thomas Gawn, Flagstaff, Major*, Champion, Dan fclrlt. Ur—Props Empire State, Passaic, Cleveland, Vienna, with Verona; scars M«T Jennie Matthews, Thistle,' Gladstone, Two Fannies, Magill, Wrong, Maumee Valley. Warn—Sortheut; good breeze. Post IXueo.v, Mich., Aug. B—Evening.—Dows-™ Props City of Toledo, India; schra Wave, Orert, OoW. Hunter, Pandora, T. E, Bich, Soa-OnU, Ontario Blcbards. Window. _ Ur—Scbn tloouiigbt. Tumor and Kellaa. Alma das. China. DEBUTANT. ITALY. FRANCE. BX7S3ZA.